Author Of 4 Presentations

TuC1.1 - OPTICAL BIOSENSING WITH SILICON-NITRIDE MICRORESONATORS

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Silicon-nitride (SiN) microresonators have become versatile tools of linear, nonlinear, and quantum optics. In this talk, we will describe the design of SiN microresonators with adjustable dispersion and Q-factors, and will also discuss the experiments on sensing biological neurotransmitters using SiN microrings.

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HMB - Humanstate Measurement and Biosensing

WF1.4 - INVESTIGATION OF NEUROPEPTIDE Y DETECTION BY A SILICON-NITRIDE MICRORING RESONATOR

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We fabricate and functionalize silicon-nitride microring for detecting attachment of Neuropeptide Y (NPY) molecules, commonly associated with human stress. For 4 µg/ml NPY concentration in aqueous solution we experimentally observe ~0.4 nm resonance shift.

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OEDDIP - Optical Emitter/Detector Devices and Integrated Photonics

TuE4.4 - MID-INFRARED DETECTION USING A MICROWAVE RESONATOR PHOTOCONDUCTIVE ARCHITECTURE

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In this paper, we present the microwave resonator photoconductor (MRPC), a photoconductive detector architecture which couples an active mid-infrared pixel to a Ku band microwave resonator. We compare the room temperature sensitivity of our MRPC to a standard photoconductor, and discuss the potential advantages.

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TuC3.3 - DEVELOPMENT OF A CASCADED UNIT-CELL CONSISTING OF CAPACITIVE GAPS AND CONDUCTING CYLINDERS

Presentation Type
Contributed Submission
Date
08/20/2019
Time
01:15 PM - 02:45 PM
Room
Emerald C
Duration
15 Minutes
Lecture Time
02:15 PM - 02:30 PM

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An experimental study on a sub-unit cell for leaky-wave antenna design is presented. Though, one unique aspect of this cell is the potential for embedding magneto-static responsive particles into the substrate to control the surface reactance. This new control is studied in this paper.

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