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Silicon-nanocrystal-coated Microsphere Thermooptical Switches


Stanford Reference:

05-245


Abstract


An optical switch includes a microresonator comprising a plurality of nanoparticles. The microresonator is configured to receive signal light having a signal wavelength and to receive a pump pulse having a pump wavelength. At least a portion of the microresonator is responsive to the pump pulse by undergoing a refractive index change at the signal wavelength.

This technology is available for licensing through Stanford's exclusive licensee.
Please contact Dennis Fortner at: Dennis.Fortner@ngc.com for more information.


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Date Released

 4/4/2013
 

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