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Physics of Photonic Devices

 
 
 
 
Physics of Photonic Devices
Author: Shun Lien Chuang
ISBN 13: 9780470293195
ISBN 10: 470293195
Edition: 2
Publisher: Wiley
Publication Date: 2009-01-20
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 840
List Price: $180.00
 
 

The most up-to-date book available on the physics of photonic devices

This new edition of Physics of Photonic Devices incorporates significant advancements in the field of photonics that have occurred since publication of the first edition (Physics of Optoelectronic Devices). New topics covered include a brief history of the invention of semiconductor lasers, the Lorentz dipole method and metal plasmas, matrix optics, surface plasma waveguides, optical ring resonators, integrated electroabsorption modulator-lasers, and solar cells. It also introduces exciting new fields of research such as: surface plasmonics and micro-ring resonators; the theory of optical gain and absorption in quantum dots and quantum wires and their applications in semiconductor lasers; and novel microcavity and photonic crystal lasers, quantum-cascade lasers, and GaN blue-green lasers within the context of advanced semiconductor lasers.

Physics of Photonic Devices, Second Edition presents novel information that is not yet available in book form elsewhere. Many problem sets have been updated, the answers to which are available in an all-new Solutions Manual for instructors. Comprehensive, timely, and practical, Physics of Photonic Devices is an invaluable textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in photonics and an indispensable tool for researchers working in this rapidly growing field.

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A text-reference that provides a systematic review of important topics in semiconductor electronics, physics, and electromagnetics-- information essential to understanding the design and operation of optoelectronic devices. It begins with fundamentals such as Maxwell's equations and semiconductor physics, then explores a wide array of theoretical issues concerning the propagation, generation, modulation, and detection of light. It demonstrates how these issues apply to the operation of various bulk and quantum-well semiconductor devices. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)