2 edition of Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices found in the catalog.
Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices
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The 14th conference on photorefractive effects, materials and devices will be held in the UK for the first time, and will offer the opportunity for presentations on photorefractive nonlinearities, new applications and directions including structured, hybrid and photosensitive materials. Photorefractive Effects in Organic Photochromic Materials. (source: Nielsen Book Data) This second volume of the series on photorefractive effects focuses on the most recent developments in the field and highlights the parameters which govern the photoinduced nonlinearity. Besides reviewing conventional electro-optic crystals, this book deals.
Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena III comprises contributions explaining new topics, relevant theories, novel methods, and the developmentof instrumentation in this active research area - information that is otherwise not available in a single volume. Particular emphasis. "Three-dimentional optical memory using photopolymer, photorefractive crystals, and photochromic materials", Conference Digest, Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting (ODS97), IEEE Catalog #97TH pp. (Tuscon, ). L (L8) S. Kawata, "Near-field optical microscope and its applications to chemical analysis,".
This text covers the fundamental aspects and the recent advances of photorefractive optics. Since there is a huge market potential for developing photorefractive (PR) optic devices for the needs of information infrastructure, the book will provide an intensive background and the state-of-the-art technological applications for these needs: for example, for accessible high-speed CD-ROM, 3-D. Resources Check out a tutorial on physics and applications of photorefractive organic materials, developed by environment for the tutorials was developed by Thomas Gilray and supported by NSF (CAREER) DMR Check out a youtube video summarizing our results on fungi-derived electronic materials by Greg Giesbers (supported by NSF CBET).
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Get this from a library. Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices: summaries of papers presented at the Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices Topical Meeting, August, Los Angeles, California. [Optical Society of America.; United States.
Air Force. Office of Scientific Research.;]. Get this from a library. Photorefractive materials, effects, and devices: summaries of papers presented at the Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices Topical Meeting: July, Beverly, Massachusetts.
[Optical Society of America.;]. P.-A. Blanche, Ph. Lemaire, C. Maertens, P. Dubois, and R. Jérôme, ”Temperature dependence of the photoinduced birefringence and the diffraction efficiency in an azo dye doped polymer”, in Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices (PR’97) Nihon Aerobics Center, Chiba, Japan, ), pp.
How is Advances in Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices (topical meeting) abbreviated. APMED stands for Advances in Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices (topical meeting).
APMED is defined as Advances in Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices (topical meeting) very rarely. Tenth International Conference on Photorefractive Effects, Materials, and Devices.
July,Sanya, China. (Oral) 7. Jianlin Zhao, Peng Zhang, Dexing Yang and Bili Li. Light-induced photorefractive waveguides in iron-doped lithium niobate crystals, Acta Optica Sinica23 (supplement): Cite this chapter as: Sturman B.I.
() Space-Charge Wave Effects in Photorefractive Materials. In: Günter P., Huignard JP. (eds) Photorefractive Materials and Their Applications by: 7.
Abstract. Oxygen octahedra ferroelectrics are important materials because of their electrooptic and nonlinear-optic properties . In this group, the perovskites BaTiO 3 and KNbO 3 crystals are especially promising materials. These two crystals are interesting for nonlinear-optical applications because of their large value of the spontaneous polarization at room temperature and the high Cited by: 2.
solutions in photorefractive media”, Sixth Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices, (Chiba, June, ). A.V. Mamaev and M. Saffman, “Fourier plane filtering for control of nonlinear optical patterns”, OSA annual meeting (Long Beach, October, ). Ryf, A.
Lötscher, M. Wiki, G. Montemezzani and P. Günter Proceedings of Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices (PR '97), Chiba, Japan, () Photorefractive effect in LiNbO3 enhanced by stoichiometry control.
Sutter K., Hul iger J., Günter P., “Photorefractive effects in the organic crystal 2 - cyclooctylamino - 5 - nitropyridine (COANP) doped with 7, 7, 8, 8 - tetracyanochinodimethane (TCNQ)”, Société Francaise d’Optique technical digest, Topical meeting of Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices II, Jan 17–19Aussois.
Photorefractive dynamic optical interconnects. Meeting on Photorefractive. Materials, Effects, and Devices (Optical Society of America. The photorefractive effect is a nonlinear optical effect seen in certain crystals and other materials that respond to light by altering their refractive index.
The effect can be used to store temporary, erasable holograms and is useful for holographic data storage. It can also be used to create a phase-conjugate mirror or an optical spatial soliton.
Optical Terahertz Science and Technologies Topical Meeting, Orlando, FL, invited, 10th International Conference on Photorefractive Effects, Materials and Devices, Sanya, Hainan, 9th International Conference on Photorefractive Effects, Materials and Devices, Nice, France, June M. Hisaka, Y. Kawata, and S.
Kawata, "Three-dimensional optical recording by the ferroelectric domain reversal technique in a Ce-doped SBN crystal," Proceedings of Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices (PR'97),Cited by: 1.
This chapter discusses light-induced charge transport in photorefractive crystals. The well-known one-center, two-center, and three-valence models are developed to describe the transport properties of lithium niobate and lithium tantalate at high light intensities, as well as perovskite, sillenite, and tungsten–bronzetype by: 3.
P.M. Lushnikov, and A.V. Mamaev. Hexagonal patterns in photorefractive crystals with feedback for scattered light. Proceedings of "Seventh Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects, and Devices".
Elsinore, Denmark, kov. Dynamical criterion of a collapse in the nonlinear Schroedinger equation. Program Committee, Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices, Beverly, USA: TEACHING, SUPERVISION: Taught numerous courses in physics and math at the City College of New York, New York Institute of Technology, Clarkson University, Texas A&M University, and University of.
Laser diode made single-mode by a self-adaptive photorefractive filter. Seventh Topical Meeting on Photorefractive Materials, Effects and Devices,Elsinore, Denmark, paper WA 23 PD. "Dispersion Compensation for Subpicosecond Pulse Transmission," [postdeadline paper], C.-C.
Chang and A. Weiner, IEEE/LEOS Topical Meeting on Optical Networks and Their Enabling Technologies, Lake Tahoe, NV, July We report an optically addressed multiple quantum well spatial light modulator with large modulation gain which can be used in applications such as amplified incoherent-to-coherent conversion.
The novel device design utilizes separate detector and modulator regions to obtain large gain. The design also incorporates low-temperature-grown quantum wells in the modulator region to reduce the Cited by: 8.
International Conference on "Photoinduced Phase Transitions, their Dynamics and Precursor Phenomena", Nov.(Tsukuba, Japan) Title Irreversible Photoinduced Insulator-Metal Transition in Charge Ordered Pr Na MnO 3.Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Adaptive interferometry with photorefractive crystals Journal of Applied M.
Atlan, A. C. Boccara, and M. Gross, in OSA Trends in Optics and Photonics (TOPS), Photorefractive Effects, Materials, and Devices, edited by G. Zhang, D Cited by: This is a collection of papers presented at the Topical Meeting on Optical BistabiJity (OB3) held Decemberin Tucson, Arizona.
The increase in attendance to almost shows that interest continues to grow in the sub ject of optical bistability (OB) and its wider implications both in application to "optical digital computing" and to basic physics, notably instabilities and spatial.