Advances in Optoelectronic Technology and Industry Development : Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Photonics and Optoelectronics (SOPO 2019), August 17-19, 2019, Xi'an, China book cover
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Advances in Optoelectronic Technology and Industry Development
Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Photonics and Optoelectronics (SOPO 2019), August 17-19, 2019, Xi'an, China

ISBN 9780367246341
Published October 7, 2019 by CRC Press
252 Pages

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Book Description

This book presents recent and important developments in the field of Photonics and Optoelectronics, with a particular focus on Laser Technology, Optical Communications, Optoelectronic Devices and Image Processing. At present, Photonics and Optoelectronics Technologies are pivotal to the future of laser, displays, sensors and communication technologies, and currently being developed at an extraordinary rate. This book details the theories underlying the mechanisms involved in the relevant Photonics and Optoelectronics. Devices such as laser diodes, photodetectors, and integrated optoelectronic circuits are investigated. The reviews by leading experts are of interest to researchers and engineers as well as advanced students.

Table of Contents

Image Processing

Electrically-modulated optoelectronics-based infrared source enabling ground surface precision deflectometry
H. Quach, L.R. Graves, H. Kang & D.W.Kim

Adaptive learning rate and target re-detection for object tracking based on correlation filter
J. Xiang & P. Shen

Calculation method of infrared temperature on the natural ground surface
C. Shan & M. Jun-chun

Research on gesture-recognition method in video based on the sparse representation theory
Y. Lei, L. Feng, L. Zhenglong & W. Shiliang


Laser Technology and Applications

Technical and analytical note on the performance maximization of spin lasers by optimizing the spin polarization
R. Walia & K.N. Chopra

Field-free orientation dynamics of CO molecule by utilizing two dual-color shaped laser pulses and lower intensity of THz laser pulse
W.S. Zhan, H.C. Tao & S. Wang

54 ps Q-switched microchip laser with a high modulation depth SESAM
L. Gong, H. Zhang, Y.S. Wang, Y. Wang & P.F. Chen

Microstructured fiber hydrogen-sensing based on optimized Pd-Ag film
X. Zhou, M. Yang, K.F. Liu, X.Z. Ming, R. Fan & Y.T. Dai

Synchronous photoelectric scanning imaging in underwater scattering environments
X.Y. Song, Z.Y. He & Y. Huang

Influence analysis of mixing efficiency of optical heterodyne detection of partially coherent light
R. Jianying, S. Huayan, Z. Laixian & Z. Yanzhong

Mode competition and cavity tuning characteristics of a new integrated orthogonal polarized He-Ne laser with Y-shaped cavity
J. Chen, G. Xiao & B. Zhang

Effects of pressure on the femtosecond filamentation with HOKE in air
X.X. Qi & C.R. Jing


Optical Communications

Performance investigation of 16/32-channel DWDM PON and long-reach PON systems using an ASE noise source
D.S. Sundar, T. Sridarshini, R. Sitharthan, M. Karthikeyan, A.S. Raja & M.F. Carrasco

A comparative selection of the low-loss optical fibers designed for FTTH networks
F.E. Seraji, A. Emami & D.R. Rafi

Enhancement of fidelity of quantum teleportation in a non-Markovian environment
Y. Zhangy & X. Wu

A 2×2 optical switch based on semiconductor optical amplifier cross-gain modulation technology
S. Zhou, Z. Qi, D. Ding & D. Deng

A PSK quantum-noise randomized cipher simulation system model based on standard commercial devices
Y. Chen, T. Pu, Hua Zhou, H. Shi, H. Tang, Y. Li, H. Jiao & H. Zhang

Propagation characteristics of Super-Gaussian pulse in dispersion-decreasing fiber
S. Shi & Q. Zhang

Time-delay measurement of optical-fiber link based on time-frequency simultaneous transmission method
J.C. Guo, L. Lu, H. Wei & X.Y. Zhao

SNR uniformity optimization for LEDs ring alignment in visible light communications
F. Li, J. Xiao, X. Li, J. Xia, Q. Zhou & G. Hu


Optoelectronic Devices and Integration

Highly efficient and wide-color-gamut organic light-emitting devices based on multi-scale optical design
A. Mikami

Plastic optical fiber chemosensor for mercury detection in aqueous solution
J. Hong, H. Lee, J. Park, T. Ryu, M.S. Noh & Sang-Won Park

Research of distributed weak fiber Bragg grating sensing system under the action of temperature and strain
P. Ding, H. Gu, J. Huang & J. Tang

Demodulation method for dynamic and static parameters of phase-modulated fiber optical sensor
S. Wang, S. Wang & M.Z. Feng

An improved circulating interferometric integrated optical gyro design method by using graphene-based optical switch
Z. Chen, J. Xu, Y. Gao, C. Yang & Z. Zhou

A simple frequency-tunable integrated microwave photonic filter based on sideband selective amplification effect
X. Zhang, J. Zheng, T. Pu, Y. Li, J. Li, X. Meng, W. Mou, G. Su, Y. Tan, H. Shi, Y. Chen, T. Dai & S. Ju

Strained SiGe layer grown on microring-patterned substrate for silicon-based light-emitting devices
Y. Li, X. Qiu, C. Cui, J. Song, Q. Huang, C. Zeng & J. Xia

A low-cost and compact fiber-optic sensor based on modal interference for humidity sensing
Y. Liu, P. Li, N. Zhang & X. Li


Photonics and Optoelectronics

Designing and numerical modeling of surface plasmon resonance temperature sensors based on photonic crystal fibers with emphasis on plasmonics and nanophotonics optical quantum metamaterials
R. Walia & K.N. Chopra

Ultrafast quantum random number generation based on quantum phase fluctuation unlimited by coherence time
W. Liu & W. Hong

2D light confinement in a MOSFET structure based on near-zero permittivity
S.Y. Sun & W. Hong

A square metal-insulator-metal nanodisk sensor with simultaneous enhanced refractive index sensitivity and narrowed resonance linewidth
X. Liu, G. Cui & J. Wang

Design and nanofabrication of subwavelength grating-based polarizer for visible wavelengths
Z. Yang, B. Feng, C. Xu, B. Lu, Y. Chen & W. Li

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Prof. Jose’s research interests are in the areas of photonic glasses, femtosecond pulsed laser deposition and plasma implantation, planar waveguide devices on glass, silicon and polymer platforms, and photonic biosensors. The ultrafast laser plasma doping (ULPD) process in glass that he invented has been the core technology behind novel optoelectronic applications that he is developing. He is leading a large EPSRC-UK functional materials manufacturing research project for developing ULPD for application in advanced integrated photonics for optical data communication ( Glasses functionalised using ULPD are attractive for non-invasive biosensing, integrated photonics, anti-counterfeiting/printing in glass bottles ( and toughening of glass for displays. A number of researchers and industrial partners are involved in these research and development activities of his group.

Mário F. S. Ferreira was born in Ovar, Portugal. He graduated in Physics from the University of Porto, Portugal, and he received the Ph.D. degree in Physics in 1992 and the Aggregation in Physics in 2006, both from the University of Aveiro, Portugal, where he is now a Professor at the Physics Department. Between 1990 and 1991 he was at the University of Essex, UK, performing experimental work on external cavity semiconductor lasers and nonlinear optical fiber amplifiers. His research interests have been concerned with the modelling and characterization of multi-section semiconductor lasers for coherent systems, quantum well lasers, optical fiber amplifiers and lasers, soliton propagation, nanophotonics, optical sensors, polarization and nonlinear effects in optical fibers. He is the leader of the Optics and Optoelectronics Group of the I3N – Institute of Nanostructures, Nanomodelling and Nanofabrication. He has written approximately 350 scientific journal and conference publications, and several books, namely: "Optics and Photonics" (Lidel,2003, in Portuguese), "Topics of Mathematical Physics" (Editora Ciência Moderna, 2017, Brazil, in Portuguese), "Optical Fibers: Technology, Communications and recent Advances" (Ed., NOVA Science Publishers, 2016), and "Nonlinear Effects in Optical Fibers" (John Wiley & Sons, OSA, 2011).