Engineering the optical response of nanostructured silicon

J. Diener, M. Fujii, D. Kovalev

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Abstract

The preceding miniaturization in microelectronics connected with the application of optical signals for information transfer demands siliconbased optical devices. Almost all the various photonic devices integrated on silicon wafer: e.g. silicon based optical waveguides, splitters, couplers, modulators, photonic crystals, detectors, etc. have already been demonstrated. These advances are based on welldeveloped silicon technology such as lithography, selective etching and silicon oxidation. This chapter describes another approach of engineering different silicon-based optical devices: it is based on indepth and in-plane nanostructuring of silicon wafers. In-depth variation of the refractive index is performed via porosification of silicon wafers aiming to achieve the desired spectral response of these devices while in-plane nanostructuring results in their polarization-dependent optical properties.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSilicon Nanophotonics: Basic Principles, Current Status and Perspectives
EditorsLeonid Khriachtchev
Place of PublicationHackensack, NJ
PublisherPan Stanford Publishing
Pages245-266
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9789814241113
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2008

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engineering
silicon
wafers
photonics
information transfer
miniaturization
spectral sensitivity
microelectronics
optical waveguides
couplers
optical communication
modulators
lithography
etching
refractivity
optical properties
oxidation
detectors
polarization
crystals

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Diener, J., Fujii, M., & Kovalev, D. (2008). Engineering the optical response of nanostructured silicon. In L. Khriachtchev (Ed.), Silicon Nanophotonics: Basic Principles, Current Status and Perspectives (pp. 245-266). Hackensack, NJ: Pan Stanford Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4032/9789814241137

Engineering the optical response of nanostructured silicon. / Diener, J.; Fujii, M.; Kovalev, D.

Silicon Nanophotonics: Basic Principles, Current Status and Perspectives. ed. / Leonid Khriachtchev. Hackensack, NJ : Pan Stanford Publishing, 2008. p. 245-266.

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Diener, J, Fujii, M & Kovalev, D 2008, Engineering the optical response of nanostructured silicon. in L Khriachtchev (ed.), Silicon Nanophotonics: Basic Principles, Current Status and Perspectives. Pan Stanford Publishing, Hackensack, NJ, pp. 245-266. https://doi.org/10.4032/9789814241137
Diener J, Fujii M, Kovalev D. Engineering the optical response of nanostructured silicon. In Khriachtchev L, editor, Silicon Nanophotonics: Basic Principles, Current Status and Perspectives. Hackensack, NJ: Pan Stanford Publishing. 2008. p. 245-266 https://doi.org/10.4032/9789814241137
Diener, J. ; Fujii, M. ; Kovalev, D. / Engineering the optical response of nanostructured silicon. Silicon Nanophotonics: Basic Principles, Current Status and Perspectives. editor / Leonid Khriachtchev. Hackensack, NJ : Pan Stanford Publishing, 2008. pp. 245-266
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