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Theoretical Designs for Novel Photonic Crystal Nanocavities with Si (111) Interfaces

Theoretical Designs for Novel Photonic Crystal Nanocavities with Si (111) Interfaces
Theoretical Designs for Novel Photonic Crystal Nanocavities with Si (111) Interfaces
Dataset supports: Prasmusinto, A. (2017). Theoretical designs for novel photonic crystal nanocavities with Si (111) interfaces. Photonics and Nanostructures - Fundamentals and Applications, 26, 1-7.We designed a series of photonic crystal (PhC) nanocavities using atomically flat silicon (111) interfaces and examined the impacts of the surfaces on the optical confinement. The nanocavities were simulated using the 3D finite-difference time-domain method and assessed against existing PhCs. Despite the design restrictions, we showed that a Q value up to 115,800 and Q/V values of 103-105 ?-3 are achievable. The results suggest that silicon (111) surfaces can be used for fabricating PhC nanocavity-based devices in a practical and economical way with high manufacturing tolerance.
Etching, nanofabrication, photonic crystals, silicon-on-insulator
University of Southampton
Prasmusinto, Alyssa
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Sotto, Moise, Sala Henri
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Al-Attili, Abdelrahman
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Debnath, Kapil
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Saito, Shinichi
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Prasmusinto, Alyssa
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Sotto, Moise, Sala Henri
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Al-Attili, Abdelrahman
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Debnath, Kapil
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Saito, Shinichi
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Prasmusinto, Alyssa, Sotto, Moise, Sala Henri, Al-Attili, Abdelrahman, Debnath, Kapil and Saito, Shinichi (2016) Theoretical Designs for Novel Photonic Crystal Nanocavities with Si (111) Interfaces. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/401306 [Dataset]

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Dataset supports: Prasmusinto, A. (2017). Theoretical designs for novel photonic crystal nanocavities with Si (111) interfaces. Photonics and Nanostructures - Fundamentals and Applications, 26, 1-7.We designed a series of photonic crystal (PhC) nanocavities using atomically flat silicon (111) interfaces and examined the impacts of the surfaces on the optical confinement. The nanocavities were simulated using the 3D finite-difference time-domain method and assessed against existing PhCs. Despite the design restrictions, we showed that a Q value up to 115,800 and Q/V values of 103-105 ?-3 are achievable. The results suggest that silicon (111) surfaces can be used for fabricating PhC nanocavity-based devices in a practical and economical way with high manufacturing tolerance.

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Published date: 2016
Keywords: Etching, nanofabrication, photonic crystals, silicon-on-insulator
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, ORC Research, Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology

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Local EPrints ID: 401306
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/401306
PURE UUID: 1ca5a51f-f6ab-43e6-bc6f-6730cb38cd55
ORCID for Shinichi Saito: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-1539-1182

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Date deposited: 11 Oct 2016 14:54
Last modified: 08 Jun 2018 00:30

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Creator: Alyssa Prasmusinto
Creator: Moise, Sala Henri Sotto
Creator: Abdelrahman Al-Attili
Creator: Kapil Debnath
Creator: Shinichi Saito ORCID iD

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