The Moscone Center
San Francisco, California, United States
2 - 7 February 2019
Conference 10912
Physics and Simulation of Optoelectronic Devices XXVII
Tuesday - Thursday 5 - 7 February 2019
This conference is no longer accepting submissions.
Late submissions may be considered subject to chair approval. For more information, please contact Matt Novak.
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Abstract Due:
25 July 2018

Author Notification:
1 October 2018

Manuscript Due Date:
9 January 2019

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This conference targets existing and new physical and mathematical methods as applied to optoelectronics, as well as recent advances in new materials and devices. Its objective is to bring together experimentalists, theorists, computational specialists, and development engineers to provide an interdisciplinary forum to discuss physical understanding and state-of-the-art computational analysis of active and passive optoelectronic materials and devices. Theoretical and experimental papers are solicited on the following and related topics:
  • optoelectronic device modeling: lasers, light-emitting diodes, photodetectors, modulators, solar cells
  • materials for optoelectronic devices: wide bandgap materials; band structure, band offsets, gain and recombination in II-VI and III-nitride structures, materials for mid-infrared optoelectronic devices, photonics synthetic matter
  • plasmonic materials and structures: theory and application in optoelectronic devices
  • 2D materials and their application in photonics: electronic band structure, luminescent properties, device strategies
  • photovoltaics modeling: simulation models and modeling results for solar cells
  • physics of nano structures: quantum well, quantum wire, and quantum dot lasers and surface plasmon devices; hybrid nano structures, lattice mismatch and strain effects; Coulomb effects and macroscopic theories; carrier and quantum transport, capture, and dynamics; hole burning, gain suppression and non-equilibrium effects; coherent effects; polarization phenomena
  • micro- or nano-cavity effects and photonic crystals: applications for LEDs and lasers; thresholdless laser; novel VCSEL structures; polariton lasers
  • quantum communications: semiconductor quantum bits; single-photon devices; entangled states; quantum cryptography; optically-probed spin dynamics; cavity quantum electrodynamics, superconducting optoelectronics
  • dynamics and noise in diode lasers and systems: gain switching; passive and actively mode-locked diode lasers; self-pulsations; chaos and instabilities in diode lasers and laser arrays; bistability and multistability, effects of injected light and optical feedback; coherence of lasers and laser arrays
  • numerical simulation methods: heterolayer transport simulation; ab-initio and multi-scale simulation of materials for optoelectronics; computational electromagnetics; multi-scale and multi-physics methods; photonic circuit simulation, code parallelization techniques
  • modeling techniques for fiber and integrated optical devices: eigenvalue techniques, finite difference, finite element and Fourier transform methods, high-order propagation methods, wide-angle and vector wave equations, models of guided-wave reflection
  • advances in waveguides and waveguide devices: pulse propagation in active waveguides, waveguide structures for routing, switching and high brightness devices; tapered waveguides; waveguide-fiber coupling; nonlinear and high-power effects in waveguides and fibers; gratings; soliton propagation.
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