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Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) and Plasmonic-Organic Hybrid (POH) integration

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Silicon photonics offers tremendous potential for inexpensive high-yield photonic-electronic integration. Besides conventional dielectric waveguides, plasmonic structures can also be efficiently realized on the silicon photonic platform, reducing device footprint by more than an order of magnitude. However, nei-ther silicon nor metals exhibit appreciable second-order optical nonlinearities, thereby making efficient electro-optic modulators challenging to realize. These deficiencies can be overcome by the concepts of silicon-organic hybrid (SOH) and plasmonic-organic hybrid integration, which combine SOI waveguides and plasmonic nanostructures with organic electro-optic cladding materials.
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SLOT WAVE-GUIDE, ELECTROOPTIC MATERIALS, MACH-ZEHNDER MODULATOR, HIGH-SPEED, OPTICAL MODULATORS, ULTRA-COMPACT, POWER, INTERCONNECTS, CHROMOPHORES, TECHNOLOGY, Electro-optic modulators, nonlinear optical devices, photonic integrated circuits, plasmonics, silicon photonics

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Koos, C, J Leuthold, W Freude, M Kohl, L Dalton, Wim Bogaerts, AL Giesecke, et al. 2016. “Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) and Plasmonic-Organic Hybrid (POH) Integration.” Journal of Lightwave Technology 34 (2): 256–268.
APA
Koos, C., Leuthold, J., Freude, W., Kohl, M., Dalton, L., Bogaerts, W., Giesecke, A., et al. (2016). Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) and Plasmonic-Organic Hybrid (POH) integration. JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY, 34(2), 256–268. Presented at the Optical Fiber Communications Conference and Exhibition (OFC).
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Koos C, Leuthold J, Freude W, Kohl M, Dalton L, Bogaerts W, et al. Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) and Plasmonic-Organic Hybrid (POH) integration. JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY. 2016;34(2):256–68.
MLA
Koos, C et al. “Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) and Plasmonic-Organic Hybrid (POH) Integration.” JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY 34.2 (2016): 256–268. Print.
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  abstract     = {Silicon photonics offers tremendous potential for inexpensive high-yield photonic-electronic integration. Besides conventional dielectric waveguides, plasmonic structures can also be efficiently realized on the silicon photonic platform, reducing device footprint by more than an order of magnitude. However, nei-ther silicon nor metals exhibit appreciable second-order optical nonlinearities, thereby making efficient electro-optic modulators challenging to realize. These deficiencies can be overcome by the concepts of silicon-organic hybrid (SOH) and plasmonic-organic hybrid integration, which combine SOI waveguides and plasmonic nanostructures with organic electro-optic cladding materials.},
  author       = {Koos, C and Leuthold, J and Freude, W and Kohl, M and Dalton, L and Bogaerts, Wim and Giesecke, AL and Lauermann, M and Melikyan, A and Koeber, S and Wolf, S and Weimann, C and Muehlbrandt, S and Koehnle, K and Pfeifle, J and Hartmann, W and Kutuvantavida, Y and Ummethala, S and Palmer, R and Korn, D and Alloatti, L and Schindler, PC and Elder, DL and Wahlbrink, T and Bolten, J},
  issn         = {0733-8724},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY},
  keywords     = {SLOT WAVE-GUIDE,ELECTROOPTIC MATERIALS,MACH-ZEHNDER MODULATOR,HIGH-SPEED,OPTICAL MODULATORS,ULTRA-COMPACT,POWER,INTERCONNECTS,CHROMOPHORES,TECHNOLOGY,Electro-optic modulators,nonlinear optical devices,photonic integrated circuits,plasmonics,silicon photonics},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Los Angeles, CA},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {256--268},
  title        = {Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) and Plasmonic-Organic Hybrid (POH) integration},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JLT.2015.2499763},
  volume       = {34},
  year         = {2016},
}

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