Planar photonic crystal nanocavities as functional microparticles

B. Wang, T. Siahaan, M.A. Dündar, R. Nötzel, S. He, R.W. Heijden, van der

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Abstract

Planar photonic crystal nanocavities, made in a thin semiconductor membrane and suspended by breakable tethers, are released after fabrication. The cavity spectrum can be read out remotely by detecting the photoluminescence of embedded Quantum Dots. Both transfer printing and deterministic positioning of the cavities on foreign substrates by individual micromanipulation is demonstrated. The microscopic environment of the particles, including their bonding to the substrate, determines the cavities' resonance spectrum, which can be exploited in applications. As the first application, we demonstrate a novel fiber-optic sensor with a PhC cavity chiplet attached to the tip of a single-mode optical fiber.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 16th Annual symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, 01-02 December 2011, Ghent, Belgium
EditorsP. Bienstman, G. Morthier, G. Roelkens, xx et al.
Place of PublicationGhent, Belgium
PublisherUniversiteit Gent
Pages265-268
ISBN (Print)978-90-85784-67-8
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event16th Annual Symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, December 1-2, 2011, Ghent, Belgium - Ghent, Belgium
Duration: 1 Dec 20112 Dec 2011
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Conference16th Annual Symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, December 1-2, 2011, Ghent, Belgium
CountryBelgium
CityGhent
Period1/12/112/12/11
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Wang, B., Siahaan, T., Dündar, M. A., Nötzel, R., He, S., & Heijden, van der, R. W. (2011). Planar photonic crystal nanocavities as functional microparticles. In P. Bienstman, G. Morthier, G. Roelkens, & X. et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th Annual symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, 01-02 December 2011, Ghent, Belgium (pp. 265-268). Ghent, Belgium: Universiteit Gent.
Wang, B. ; Siahaan, T. ; Dündar, M.A. ; Nötzel, R. ; He, S. ; Heijden, van der, R.W. / Planar photonic crystal nanocavities as functional microparticles. Proceedings of the 16th Annual symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, 01-02 December 2011, Ghent, Belgium. editor / P. Bienstman ; G. Morthier ; G. Roelkens ; xx et al. Ghent, Belgium : Universiteit Gent, 2011. pp. 265-268
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Wang, B, Siahaan, T, Dündar, MA, Nötzel, R, He, S & Heijden, van der, RW 2011, Planar photonic crystal nanocavities as functional microparticles. in P Bienstman, G Morthier, G Roelkens & X et al. (eds), Proceedings of the 16th Annual symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, 01-02 December 2011, Ghent, Belgium. Universiteit Gent, Ghent, Belgium, pp. 265-268, 16th Annual Symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, December 1-2, 2011, Ghent, Belgium, Ghent, Belgium, 1/12/11.

Planar photonic crystal nanocavities as functional microparticles. / Wang, B.; Siahaan, T.; Dündar, M.A.; Nötzel, R.; He, S.; Heijden, van der, R.W.

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Wang B, Siahaan T, Dündar MA, Nötzel R, He S, Heijden, van der RW. Planar photonic crystal nanocavities as functional microparticles. In Bienstman P, Morthier G, Roelkens G, et al. X, editors, Proceedings of the 16th Annual symposium of the IEEE Photonics Benelux Chapter, 01-02 December 2011, Ghent, Belgium. Ghent, Belgium: Universiteit Gent. 2011. p. 265-268