Organic electro-optic materials

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Author(s)

  • Larry Raymond Dalton
  • Bruce H. Robinson
  • Philip Ried
  • Bruce Eichinger
  • Sei-Hum Jang
  • Sen Liu
  • Yi Liao
  • Kimberly A. Firestone
  • Nishant P. Bhatambrekar
  • Denise Bale
  • Marnie A. Haller
  • Sanchali Bhattacharjee
  • Jessica Schendel
  • Philip A. Sullivan
  • Scott Hammond
  • Nicholas Buker
  • Field Cady
  • Antao Chen
  • William H. Steier

Detail(s)

Original languageEnglish
Journal / PublicationProceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Volume5621
Publication statusPublished - 16 Dec 2004
Externally publishedYes

Conference

TitleEuropean Symposium on Optics and Photonics for Defence and Security
PlaceUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period25 - 27 October 2004

Abstract

The potential of organic electro-optic materials for large electro-optic activity and fast response to applied electric fields (leading to 100 GHz device bandwidths) is important and increasingly well-recognized. In this communication, we demonstrate how quantum and statistical mechanical calculations can be used to guide the systematic improvement of both molecular first hyperpolarizability (β) and macroscopic electro-optic activity (r). Femtosecond time-resolved, wavelength-agile Hyper-Rayleigh Scattering (HRS) measurements have been used to measure β values relative to chloroform and to avoid confusion associated with two photon contributions. Electro-optic coefficients have been characterized by simple reflection (Teng-Man method), attenuated total reflection (ATR), and Mach Zehnder interferometry. "Constant bias" modifications of these techniques have been used to permit investigation of optimized poling conditions. Organic electro-optic materials also afford unique advantages for the fabrication of conformai and flexible devices, for the integration of disparate materials, and for exploitation of novel manufacturing technologies such as soft lithography. Both stripline and ring microresonator structures have been fabricated by soft lithography. The integration of organic electro-optic materials with silicon photonics (both split ring microresonators and photonic bandgap circuitry) has been demonstrated.

Citation Format(s)

Organic electro-optic materials. / Dalton, Larry Raymond ; Robinson, Bruce H.; Jen, Alex K.-Y.; Ried, Philip; Eichinger, Bruce; Jang, Sei-Hum; Luo, Jingdong; Liu, Sen; Liao, Yi; Firestone, Kimberly A.; Bhatambrekar, Nishant P.; Bale, Denise; Haller, Marnie A.; Bhattacharjee, Sanchali; Schendel, Jessica; Sullivan, Philip A.; Hammond, Scott; Buker, Nicholas; Cady, Field; Chen, Antao; Steier, William H.

In: Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, Vol. 5621, 16.12.2004.

Research output: Journal Publications and Reviews (RGC: 21, 22, 62)22_Publication in policy or professional journal