Optics, Photonics and Laser Technology 2018

Paulo Ribeiro (Redaktør) ; Maria Raposo (Redaktør)

Serie: Springer Series in Optical Sciences 223

This book includes both theoretical and practical aspects within optics, photonics and lasers. The book provides new methods, technologies, advanced prototypes, systems, tools and techniques as well as a general survey indicating future trends and directions. Les mer
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This book includes both theoretical and practical aspects within optics, photonics and lasers. The book provides new methods, technologies, advanced prototypes, systems, tools and techniques as well as a general survey indicating future trends and directions. The main fields of this book are Optical scattering, plasmas technologies and simulation, photonic and optoelectronic sensors and devices, optical fiber sensing and monitoring, image detection and Imaging solid state lasers and fiber lasers, and optical amplifiers. A wide range of optical materials is covered, from semiconductor based optical materials, optical crystals and optical glasses.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Optics

general optics

optical physics

optical instrumentation

metrology design and techniques

vision, colour and visual optics

adaptive optics holography

spectroscopy

surface optics

optical microscopy

imaging

biomedical optics



2. Photonics

nonlinear phenomena

electo-optics

quantum dots

photonics for energy

optical amplifiers and switching

silicon photonics

optical signal processing



integrated optics

ultrafast phenomena



3. Optical Materials

optical featured materials and characterization

semiconductor based optical materials

optical energy harvesting materials

methamaterials

nanophotonic materials and 2D optical materials

optical glasses

organic and bio-photonic devices

imaging devices

photorefractive materials

thin film optics.

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4. Optical Devices and Systems

optical photonic and optoelectronic devices

optical storage devices

displays and imaging devices

micro optical devices

optical MEMS

waveguides, fiber optics design and fabrication technologies

polymer fibers

optical sensing and sensors



5. Lasers and Plasmas

high field phenomena lasing

high intensity lasers

ultrafast laser systems

laser spectroscopies and lasers for industry and medical applications

plasma physics

technologies and applications

plasma beams and filaments

plasma medical applications

Om forfatteren

Paulo Ribeiro received the PhD degree in Materials Sciences and Engineering by Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is Professor at Department of Physics of NOVA School of Science and Technology of Universidade Nova de Lisboa, since 2000, where he has been dedicated to lecturing applied optics and photonics and organizing didactic sessions and expositions in the field of optical sciences. He is college ambassador since 2016. He is founding member, in 2008, of the Functional Molecular Systems research Group at Centre of Physics and Technological Research of NOVA School of Science and Technology of Universidade Nova de Lisboa, where he is engaged in the development and characterization of thin films of organic functional molecules for applications in optics and photonics. Since 2013 is conference chair of PHOTOPTICS, an international conference series on photonics, optics and laser technology. As a result of his research activities garnered about one hundred papers and communications in international journals and conferences, half of which published in international peer review journals.

Maria Raposo received the PhD degree in Materials Sciences and Engineering by Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1999 and, since 2000, is professor at Physics Department of Faculdade de Ciencias e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, lecturing Solid State Physics, Surface and Interfaces Technology, Conducting Polymers, Molecular Electronics and Physics of Functional Macromolecular Systems. Since 2008 is head of the Functional Molecular Systems group which research interests include the electric and optical properties of ultra-thin films of polymers and biomolecules, interfaces and nanotechnology, colloids, molecular architectures for electronics, photonics and magnetism, biomimetic membranes and radiation effect in biological systems. She has over 100 research papers and 1 book to her name. She serves on Editorial Boards of internal journals and has been program chair of PHOTOPTICS, an international conference series on photonics, optics and laser technology.