High-Q Microresonators as Lasing Elements for Silicon Photonics

@inproceedings{Borselli2006HighQMA,
  title={High-Q Microresonators as Lasing Elements for Silicon Photonics},
  author={M. Borselli},
  year={2006}
}
Although the concept of constructing active optical waveguides in crystalline silicon has existed for over twenty years, it is only in the past few years that silicon photonics has been given serious attention as a displacing technology. Fueled by the predicted saturation of “Moore’s Law” within the next decade, universities and industries from all over the world are exploring the possibilities of creating truly integrated silicon opto-electronic devices in a cost effective manner. Some of the… CONTINUE READING

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