## 43 Citations

### Wave-dynamical properties of dielectric resonators investigated with microwaves

- Physics
- 2010

The aim of the experiments described in this thesis was the investigation of different aspects of dielectric resonators with microwave experiments. Dielectric cavities have received much attention in…

### Spatial structure of lasing modes in wave-chaotic semiconductor microcavities

- PhysicsNew Journal of Physics
- 2020

We present experimental and numerical studies of broad-area semiconductor lasers with chaotic ray dynamics. The emission intensity distributions at the cavity boundaries are measured and compared to…

### Model for chaotic dielectric microresonators

- Physics
- 2008

We develop a random-matrix model of two-dimensional dielectric resonators which combines internal wave chaos with the deterministic Fresnel laws for reflection and refraction at the interfaces. The…

### Theory of the Spatial Structure of Non-linear Modes in Novel and Complex Laser Cavities

- Physics2007 9th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks
- 2007

A new formalism [1,2] for calculating exact steady-state non-linear multi-mode lasing states for complex resonators is developed and applied to conventional edge-emitting lasers and to lasers with…

### Coherent Perfect Absorption in Chaotic Optical Microresonators for Efficient Modal Control

- Physics
- 2022

Non-Hermitian wave engineering has attracted a surge of interest in photonics in recent years. One of the prominent phenomena is coherent perfect absorption (CPA), in which the annihilation of…

### Directionality and vector resonances of regular and chaotic dielectric microcavities

- Physics
- 2004

Directionality and Vector Resonances of Regular and Chaotic Dielectric Microcavities Harald Georg Leonhard Schwefel 2004 Dielectric microcavities/ microlasers are a key component for novel…

### Mode competition and output power in regular and chaotic dielectric cavity lasers

- PhysicsSPIE LASE
- 2005

We use the multi-mode lasing equations of Haken to analyze the stationary state lasing patterns of two-dimensional dielectric microcavity lasers of different shape, including the circle and various…

### Inverse design of all-dielectric parallel-plane mirror optical resonator

- PhysicsPhotonics and Nanostructures - Fundamentals and Applications
- 2020

### Progress in Asymmetric Resonant Cavities: Using Shape as a Design Parameter in Dielectric Microcavity Lasers

- Physics
- 2004

We report on progress in developing optical microresonators and microlasers based on deformations of dielectric spheres and cylinders. We review the different semiconductor and polymer dye…

### On the modelization of optical devices: from dielectric cavities to radiating structures

- Physics
- 2014

In this essay, we will develop different modelization techniques valid for bidimensional dielectric cavities having arbitrary geometries and refractive index profiles and provide a way to accurately…

## References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 80 REFERENCES

### Wave chaos in dielectric resonators: Asymptotic and numerical approaches

- Physics
- 2003

Wave Chaos in Dielectric Resonators: Asymptotic and Numerical Approaches Hakan E. Türeci 2004 Dielectric optical micro-resonators and micro-lasers represent a realization of a wavechaotic system,…

### Ray and wave chaos in asymmetric resonant optical cavities

- PhysicsNature
- 1997

OPTICAL resonators are essential components of lasers and other optical devices. A resonator is characterized by a set of modes, each with a resonant frequency ω and resonance width δω= 1/τ, where τ…

### Quantum chaos in optical systems: the annular billiard.

- PhysicsPhysical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics
- 2002

An S-matrix approach to open optical cavities is introduced which proves very suitable for the identification of resonances of intermediate width that will be most important in future applications like optical communication devices and it is shown that the Husimi representation is a useful tool in characterizing resonances.

### Gaussian-optical approach to stable periodic orbit resonances of partially chaotic dielectric micro-cavities.

- PhysicsOptics express
- 2002

The quasi-bound modes localized on stable periodic ray orbits of dielectric micro-cavities are constructed in the short-wavelength limit using the parabolic equation method. These modes are shown to…

### Ray chaos and Q spoiling in lasing droplets.

- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 1995

In the ideal sphere these resonances are only broadened by evanescent leakage (“tunneling”), hence their enormous Q values.

### Semiclassical Theory of the Emission Properties of Wave-Chaotic Resonant Cavities

- Physics
- 1999

We develop a perturbation theory for the lifetime and emission intensity for isolated resonances in asymmetric resonant cavities. The inverse lifetime $\Gamma$ and the emission intensity $I(\theta)$…

### Quantum phase-space structures in classically mixed systems: a scattering approach

- Physics
- 1997

The structure of quantum wavefunctions is discussed for a billiard system with mixed classical dynamics. Using a scattering formalism, we introduce a Husimi-like distribution for S-matrix…

### Dynamical tunneling in optical cavities

- Physics
- 1997

The lifetime of whispering gallery modes in a dielectric cavity with a metallic inclusion is shown to fluctuate by orders of magnitude when size and location of the inclusion are varied. We ascribe…

### Quasinormal-mode expansion for waves in open systems

- Physics
- 1998

An open system is not conservative because energy can escape to the outside. As a result, the time-evolution operator is not Hermitian in the usual sense and the eigenfunctions (factorized solutions…

### Observation of emission from chaotic lasing modes in deformed microspheres: displacement by the stable-orbit modes

- Physics
- 2000

By combining detailed imaging measurements at different tilt angles with simulations of ray emission from prolate-deformed lasing microdroplets, we conclude that the dominant contribution to the…