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    Integrated Nanophotonics

    Dr. Dmitry Yu. Fedyanin
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    Email: dmitry dot fedyanin at phystech dot edu

    Three-line description:
    The ability to control light at the nanoscale and manipulate photons in the same way as electrons gives the possibility to replace slow electronic circuits by high speed photonic ones. This course for fourth-year bachelor students and first-year mater students will cover the basic concepts of deep-subwavelength waveguides and cavities necessary to understand the nanophotonic circuits design, starting from Maxwell’s equations to modelling of light propagation in complex structures, classical and quantum optics circuits. 

    Lecture 1: Introduction

    Lecture 2: Historical Aspects

    Lecture 3: Fundamentals of Light Propagation

    Lecture 4: Guiding Light (Part 1)

    Lecture 5: Guiding Light (Part 2)

    Lecture 6: Photonic Resonators and Filters

    Lecture 7: Finite Element Method

    Lecture 8: Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method (FDTD)

    Lecture 9: Electro-optic Modulators

    Lecture 10: Integrated Photodetectors

    Lecture 11: Optoelectronic Microprocessor

    Lecture 12: Quantum-Optics Circuitry

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