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Modelling leaky photonic wires: a mode solver comparison

(2006) OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS. 38(9-11). p.731-759
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Center for nano- and biophotonics (NB-Photonics)
Abstract
We present results from a mode solver comparison held within the frameworkof the European COST P11 project. The structure modelled is a high-index contrast photonic wire in silicon-on- insulator subject to substrate leakage. The methods compared are both in-house developed and commercial, and range from effective index and perturbation methods, over finite-element and finite-difference codes, beam propagation methods, to film mode matching methods and plane wave expansion methods.
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substrate leakage, waveguides, photonic wires, optical mode solvers, LAYERS, BEAM-PROPAGATION METHOD, OPTICAL WAVE-GUIDES, FINITE-ELEMENT SCHEME, BOUNDARY-CONDITIONS, EFFICIENT, FORMULATION, GRATINGS

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Bienstman, Peter, S Selleri, L Rosa, HP Uranus, WCL Hopman, R Costa, A Melloni, et al. 2006. “Modelling Leaky Photonic Wires: a Mode Solver Comparison.” Optical and Quantum Electronics 38 (9-11): 731–759.
APA
Bienstman, Peter, Selleri, S., Rosa, L., Uranus, H., Hopman, W., Costa, R., Melloni, A., et al. (2006). Modelling leaky photonic wires: a mode solver comparison. OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS, 38(9-11), 731–759. Presented at the International Workshop on Optical Waveguide Theory and Numerical Modelling.
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Bienstman P, Selleri S, Rosa L, Uranus H, Hopman W, Costa R, et al. Modelling leaky photonic wires: a mode solver comparison. OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS. 2006;38(9-11):731–59.
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Bienstman, Peter, S Selleri, L Rosa, et al. “Modelling Leaky Photonic Wires: a Mode Solver Comparison.” OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS 38.9-11 (2006): 731–759. Print.
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  abstract     = {We present results from a mode solver comparison held within the frameworkof the European COST P11 project. The structure modelled is a high-index contrast photonic wire in silicon-on- insulator subject to substrate leakage. The methods compared are both in-house developed and commercial, and range from effective index and perturbation methods, over finite-element and finite-difference codes, beam propagation methods, to film mode matching methods and plane wave expansion methods.},
  author       = {Bienstman, Peter and Selleri, S and Rosa, L and Uranus, HP and Hopman, WCL and Costa, R and Melloni, A and Andreani, LC and Hugonin, JP and Lalanne, P and Pinto, D and Obayya, SSA and Dems, M and Panajotov, K},
  issn         = {0306-8919},
  journal      = {OPTICAL AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS},
  keywords     = {substrate leakage,waveguides,photonic wires,optical mode solvers,LAYERS,BEAM-PROPAGATION METHOD,OPTICAL WAVE-GUIDES,FINITE-ELEMENT SCHEME,BOUNDARY-CONDITIONS,EFFICIENT,FORMULATION,GRATINGS},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Varese, ITALY},
  number       = {9-11},
  pages        = {731--759},
  title        = {Modelling leaky photonic wires: a mode solver comparison},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11082-006-9025-9},
  volume       = {38},
  year         = {2006},
}

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