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Computational electromagnetics (Professor Sailing He)

Period: 1996-01-01

Various numerical methods, such as the finite difference time domain (FDTD) method, the boundary integral equation (BIE) method, method of moment (MoM), and beam propagation method (BPM), etc., are » more
Design of optoelectronic devices (Petter Holmström)

The project concerns theoretical investigations of low-dimensional semiconductor heterostructures, especially design of optoelectronic devices. So far our emphasis has been on optical modulators, » more
Methods for applied inverse electromagnetic problems (Professor Sailing He)

Period: 1990-01-01

To develop analytic, semi-analytic, or iterative methods for various applied inverse electromagnetic problems such as identification of cracks/flaws in conductors, localisation of lightning » more
Negative refraction in two-dimensional photonic crystals (Srinivasan Anand)

Period: 2007-01-01 - 2009-12-31

The project is in the area of photonic crystals, a rapidly evolving field, and focuses on the novel physical phenomenon of negative refraction. The project addresses the physics and potential » more
Optimal design of planar lightwave circuits (Professor Sailing He)

Period: 2000-01-01

Planar lightwave circuits (PLC) are obtained by fabricating the designed circuits on the surface of a silicon wafer or other substrates. The fabrication procedure is quite similar to that for » more
Optimal designs for photonic crystals (Professor Sailing He)

Period: 1999-01-01

A photonic crystal is a low-loss periodic dielectric medium which is used to control and manipulate the propagation of light. The discovery of photonic band-gap materials and their use in controlling » more
Slow and stopped light - Coherent Matter and Light Interactions for Optical Control (Mauritz Andersson)

Period: 2006-03-01

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Studies of electromagnetic meta-materials and their applications (Professor Sailing He)

Period: 2001-02-01

A photonic crystal is a low-loss periodic dielectric medium which is used to control and manipulate the propagation of light. We also study a new type of meta-material (also called left-handed » more
Two dimensional photonic crystals in III-Vs for optical communication applications (Srinivasan Anand)

Period: 2000-02-01

The research activities focus on the physics and applications of photonic crystals (PC) in InP- and GaAs-based materials, in particular on providing active functionality such as gain and tuning. 2D » more


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