Rare-earth doping for advanced materials for photonic applications - 2011

symposium held April 25-29, 2011, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
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Materials Research Society, Cambridge University Press , Warrendale, Pa, Cambridge
Semiconductor doping, Optical properties, Materials, Congresses, Photonics, Rare earths, Optoelectr
Statementeditors, Volkmar Dierolf ... [et al.].
SeriesMaterials Research Society symposium proceedings -- v. 1342., Materials Research Society symposia proceedings -- v. 1342.
ContributionsDierolf, Volkmar, 1960-, Materials Research Society. Meeting
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LC ClassificationsTA1520 .S967 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 119 p. :
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Open LibraryOL25231300M
ISBN 101605113190
ISBN 139781605113197
LC Control Number2011276240
OCLC/WorldCa769470116

- Rare-Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings Volume Edited by Volkmar Dierolf, Yasufumi Fujiwara, Tom Gregorkiewicz and Wojciech M.

Jadwisienczak Frontmatter More information. Rare-Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications — Volume   This book brings together more than specialists from around the world to examine the status and emerging trends in the field of rare-earth-doped materials. These materials are used and/or are potential candidates for applications as lasers, light-emitting diodes, phosphors, displays and other photonic applications.

Symposium V, "Rare Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications" ( San Francisco, Calif.). Rare-earth doping of advanced materials for photonic applications Warrendale, Pa.: Materials Research Society, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.

Rare-Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications. Volume Rare-earth doped Si-based materials for photonics and lightning. One of the bottlenecks for the widespread application of Si photonics, and for the merging of electronic and optical functions on the same chip, is the lack of efficient light sources in Si.

The material itself is known to be a poor light emitter because of its indirect fundamental band gap. Wuhan University of Technology, Laboratory of Living Materials at the State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan, China. The University of Namur (FUNDP), Laboratory of Inorganic Materials Chemistry, 61, rue de Bruxelles, Namur, Belgium.

Search for more papers by this author. This work demonstrates the potential of rare-earth doping of titania nanoparticles for photonic applications. Cited By Advanced Functional Materials21 (16), DOI: /adfm Although several applications are there in the aerospace sector, the emphasis of the review is on applications of these advanced materials as stealth materials where they will reduce the aircraft signature both in microwave regime and in IR regime.

MRS Symposium D: Rare-Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications. Rare-earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications Symposium ( Boston, MA) Ed. by V. Dierolf et al. Materials Research Society pages $ Hardcover TA Specialists discuss the synthesis, characterization, and application of semiconductors and insulators doped with rare-earth ions in the form of bulk crystals.

The photonic crystal materials are new generation advanced materials with various application areas. One-dimensional (1-D) photonic crystals are one kind of that can be produced easily. High quality structural colored surfaces could be obtained by high dielectric.

Within this scope, rare earth elements such as Cerium, Samarium, Europium, and Terbium have been used for doping of photonic crystal [, ].

For example, Dong Yan et al. show that rare earth Ytterbium and Erbium doped photonic crystals can be used to adjust photonic crystal color for solid-state color display applications [ 53 ]. Although the number of luminescent materials in different matrices (crystalline, amorphous and glass ceramics; oxides, fluorides, chalcogenides, organics, etc.) or contained in molecular complexes has increased, there is a constant increase in demand for new rare-earth doped materials to extend their practical applications.

This book brings together more than specialists from around the world to examine the status and emerging trends in the field of rare-earth-doped materials. These materials are used and/or are potential candidates for applications as lasers, light-emitting diodes, phosphors, displays and.

Rare-earth doped photoluminescent (PL) materials are of current interest for applications in numerous high-tech optical devices [1], being that for lasing purposes, displays, LEDs or sensors [2e4.

Electronic Materials Conference Technical Program University of California • Santa Barbara, California • June 23–25, ; Published: January ; Session Rare-earth doping for photonics. Journal of Electronic Materials vol pages A20 – A22 ()Cite this article. Study of RE ion–doped oxide glass materials for photonic applications 8.

Advanced research on oxynitride phosphors 9. Highly luminescent ZnO based upconversion thin films grown by sol-gel spin coating Luminescence properties of rare-earth doped oxide materials Rare Earth and Transition Metal Doping of Semiconductor Material explores traditional semiconductor devices that are based on control of the electron’s electric charge.

This book looks at the semiconductor materials used for spintronics applications, in particular focusing on wide band-gap semiconductors doped with transition metals and rare earths. Doping with heteroatoms is being used as an effective way to change electronic structure of electrode materials for advanced storage systems.

Herein, β-MnO2 and rare earth (cerium) doped MnO2 cathode materials have been successfully prepared for aqueous zinc ion batteries. Cerium doping induced structural transformation of MnO2 from β- to α-phase, along with the evident improvement of.

Dear Colleagues, Nowadays it is manifest that glass photonics are crucial in a multiplicity of human activities. The clever exploitation of glass photonics provides a large spectrum of applications covering scientific and technological areas critical both for the improvement of everyday life and for future needs such as structural engineering, health and biology, environment monitoring systems.

Glass-ceramics are nanocomposite materials which offer specific characteristics of capital importance in photonics.

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This kind of two-phase materials is constituted by nanocrystals embedded in a. Therefore, doping the rare-earth oxide is a way to improve absorbing properties of absorption materials, and the absorbability of Al-alloy foams can be improved by coating with composite powder of Polyaniline in reasonable proportion to the rare-earth oxide in is available to be improved.

Rare earth perovskites ABO 3 are used recently as photocatalysis 1,2,3,4,5 and these class of materials are key type of oxides due to their unusual.

Symposium D, "Rare-Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications" ( Boston, Mass.). Rare-earth doping of advanced materials for photonic applications.

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Developments in Strategic Materials and Computational Design V: A Collection of Papers Presented at the 38th International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites January 27–31, Daytona Beach, Florida, Volume This Research News article reviews recent progress in the development of rear‐earth (RE) ion doped up‐conversion materials for solar cell applications.

In addition, new trends for RE‐ion‐doped phosphors are briefly discussed, among them trivalent RE‐ion‐doped up‐conversion materials for organic solar cell applications.

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High-T c superconductivity induced by doping rare-earth elements into CaFeAsF. Peng Cheng, Bing Shen, Gang Mu, Hideo Hosono et al Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 16 prospects for new materials and applications Jamie M.

Cameron et al Chemical Society Reviews 40 Application Areas. Micro/Nano Electronics From Silicon Nanostructures to Rare Earth Ions.

Fabio Iacona, Maria Miritello, Simona Boninelli, Gabriele Bellocchi, Reactions and Mechanisms in Thermal Analysis of Advanced Materials.

Defects in Semiconductors. Lucia Romano, Vittorio Privitera, Chennupati Jagadish. Nonlinear optical and multiphoton processes for in situ manipulation and conversion of photons: applications to energy and healthcare (Conference Presentation) Author(s): Paras N. Prasad.The combination of photonics and silicon technology is a great challenge because of the potentiality of coupling electronics and optical functions on a single chip.

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Silicon nanocrystals are promising in various areas of photonics especially for light-emitting functionality and for photovoltaic cells. This review describes the recent achievements and remaining challenges of Si photonics with.MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit.

April| San Francisco Meeting Chairs: Ping Chen, Chang Beom-Eom, Samuel S. Mao, Ryan O'Hayre Symposium V—Rare-Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications (?) Symposium VV—Future Directions in High-Temperature SuperconductivityNew Materials and Applications.