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Author Jahns, Jurgen, 1953-

Title Introduction to micro- and nanooptics / Jürgen Jahns and Stefan Helfert.

Published Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2012.

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 UniM ERC  621.369 JAHN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxiii, 425 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Physics textbook.
Physics textbook.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Preliminaries 1 -- 1.1 Complex Numbers 1 -- 1.2 Fourier Transformation 3 -- 1.3 Maxwell's Equations 11 -- 1.4 Boundary Conditions 13 -- 2 Light Propagation 19 -- 2.1 Wave Equation 19 -- 2.2 Solutions of the Wave Equation 21 -- 2.3 Vectorial Description of Plane Waves 24 -- 2.4 Time-Independent Wave Equation 29 -- 2.5 Paraxial Wave Equation 30 -- 2.6 Gaussian Beams 31 -- 2.7 Angular Spectrum 34 -- 2.8 Light Propagation in Terms of the Angular Spectrum 36 -- 2.9 Evanescent Fields 37 -- 2.10 Free-Space and Waveguide Propagation 41 -- 3 Light as Carrier of Information and Energy 47 -- 3.1 Poynting Vector and Flow of Energy in a Wave Field 47 -- 3.2 Flow of Information in a Wave Field 57 -- 3.A Appendix: Minimal Value of the Space-Bandwidth Product 66 -- 4 Light Propagation in Free Space 69 -- 4.1 Transmission of a Wave Field through an Object 70 -- 4.2 Propagation Between Objects 75 -- 4.3 Diffraction at a Single Slit 81 -- 4.4 Near-Field Diffraction 84 -- 4.5 Examples for Near-Field Diffraction 87 -- 4.6 Far-Field Diffraction and Optical Fourier Transformation 90 -- 4.7 Examples of Far-Field Diffraction 93 -- 4.8 Optical Imaging 100 -- 4.9 Lens Performance 104 -- 5 Refractive and Reflective Microoptics 115 -- 5.1 Refractive Optics 115 -- 5.2 Refractive Microlenses 117 -- 5.3 Microprisms 127 -- 5.4 Reflective Microoptics 129 -- 6 Diffractive Microoptics 137 -- 6.1 Phase Quantization 137 -- 6.2 Linear Diffraction Gratings 143 -- 6.3 Diffractive Elements with Radial Symmetry 149 -- 6.4 Subwavelength Gratings and Rigorous Diffraction Theory 164 -- 7 Micro- and Nanofabrication 173 -- 7.1 Structuring and Pattern Transfer 173 -- 7.2 Lithographic Process 174 -- 7.3 Exposure 177 -- 7.4 Pattern Transfer 184 -- 7.5 MEMS Fabrication 192 -- 7.6 Nonlithographic Fabrication 196 -- 7.7 Examples for the Fabrication of Multilevel and Blazed Structures 198 -- 8 Tunable Microoptics 207 -- 8.1 Spatial Light Modulators 208 -- 8.2 Tunable Microlenses Using Microfluidics 217 -- 9 Compound and Integrated Free-Space Optics 225 -- 9.1 Microoptical Imaging 225 -- 9.2 Microoptical Beam Homogenization, Beam Guiding and Steering 235 -- 9.3 Integrated Free-Space Optics 241 -- 9.4 MEMS-Based Integrated Free-Space Optics 241 -- 10 Light Propagation in Waveguides 249 -- 10.1 Overview About Waveguide Mechanisms 249 -- 10.2 Dielectric Waveguides 251 -- 10.3 Slab Waveguides 262 -- 10.4 Determining Eigenmodes in Slab Waveguides from Maxwell's Equations 265 -- 10.5 Step-Index Fibers 281 -- 11 Integrated Waveguide Optics 289 -- 11.1 Analysis of Waveguide Circuits 289 -- 11.2 Waveguide Couplers 295 -- 11.3 Rectangular Waveguides 305 -- 11.4 Arrayed Waveguide Gratings 312 -- 12 Plasmonics 325 -- 12.1 Drude Model of Electrons in Metal 325 -- 12.2 Surface Waves at a Metal-Dielectric Interface 327 -- 12.3 Finite Height of the Metal 334 -- 12.4 Three-Dimensional Plasmonic Waveguides 348 -- 12.5 Enhanced Transmission Through Tiny Holes 350 -- 12.6 Final Remarks 352 -- 13 Photonic Crystals 355 -- 13.1 Introduction 355 -- 13.2 Floquet-Bloch Modes 359 -- 13.3 Two- and Three-Dimensional Periodic Structures 366 -- 13.4 Waveguides and bends with Photonic Crystals 378 -- 13.5 Photonic Crystal Fibers 381 -- 14 Left-Handed Materials 385 -- 14.1 Introduction 385 -- 14.2 Mathematical Description of Plane Waves in Arbitrary Materials 388 -- 14.3 Wave Propagation in Homogeneous Media 397 -- 14.4 Practical Realization of Left-Handed Materials (Metamaterials) 407 -- 14.5 Left-Handed Materials in Time Domain 415.
Other author Helfert, Stefan.
Subject Free space optical interconnects.
Light -- Transmission.
Optics -- Mathematics.
Optoelectronic devices.
ISBN 9783527408917 (paperback)
3527408916