TC20 : Optoelectronics

TC20 focuses on glasses finding their application in optoelectronics and photonics. All the aspects of research & development are considered, going from design and fundamental properties to characterization and applications. In the recent years much attention has been devoted to new materials (glasses and glass-ceramics) for Lighting and Solar Energy. TC20 promotes international collaborations and sponsors international Workshops and Conferences relevant to the field.

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2017 Activity - a short report

The main activity in 2017 has been constituted by the organization of PRE'17, the Seventh International Workshop on Photoluminescence in Rare Earths: Photonic Materials and Devices, which was held in Rome, Italy, from 29 November to 2 December 2017. PRE Workshops are the flagship event of TC20; usually, they are held every other year. An exception was made when passing from PRE'16, in June 2016 in the USA, to PRE'17: the exception was due to the decision to return to the odd years, as in the beginning (the first PRE Workshop was held in 2005), in order to avoid the overlap with larger conferences.

PRE'17 co-Chairs were Dominik Dorosz, Maurizio Ferrari and Laeticia Petit. Giancarlo C. Righini was Honorary Chair.

PRE'17 was very successful, both for the technical content and for attendance: we had 140 participants from 28 countries. The technical program included 2 plenary lectures, 14 invited lectures, 61 oral communications and 60 poster presentations. Several TC20 members attended the workshop and contributed to its high scientific level. The sponsors included, besides ICG, the Italian Society of Optics and Photonics, the Italian Society of Physics, and other public and private institutions (Centro Fermi,, FBK, CAEN, IFN CNR, ENEA). Thanks to the support by and the Japanese "Mixed-Anions" MEXT project, 3 awards were assigned to as many students for best poster presentations. At the end, it was communicated that, for unanimous decision of the Steering Committee of the PRE Workshops, PRE'19  will be held in Nice, France, in the Spring 2019.

The TC20 Committee meets at least once per year. The 2017 meeting was held in Rome, on 2 December 2017, just after the closing session of PRE'17.  The meeting was attended by Rolindes Balda, Dominik Dorosz, Ciro Falcony, Maurizio Ferrari, Laeticia Petit, Giancarlo Righini, and Setsuhisa Tanabe; Joaquin Fernandez was a guest. The update of TC20 membership and the Committee activities, both ongoing and planned, were discussed there.

A summary of the main 2017 activities by TC20 members is presented here:

Special Publications

G. C. Righini, S. Jiang and F. Prudenzano were Guest Editors of a Special Issue of the journal Fibers entitled "Advances in Optical Fibers II". The issue included, among others, an important review paper authored by some TC20 members (J. Ballato, H. Ebendorff-Heidepriem, J. Zhao, L. Petit, J. Troles, Glass and process development for the next generation of optical fibers: a review, Fibers 5, 11 (2017); doi:10.3390/fib5010011). 

J. Ballato was Guest Editor, with D. Milanese and F. Sorin, of a Special Issue of Optical Materials Express entitled “Advanced Multimaterial and Multifunctional Optical Fibers”.

J. Ballato and L. Jacobshn were Guest Editors of a Special Issue of Optical Materials entitled “Photoluminescence in Rare Earths 2016: Photonic Materials and Devices”.

G. C. Righini completed the editing of a book on "Glass Micro- and Nanospheres: Physics and Applications", which will be published by Pan Stanford in 2018. TC20 members were collaborating.

Collaborative Research Projects

Some TC20 members keep participating in the European Action COST MP1401 “Advanced fibre laser and coherent source as tools for society, manufacturing and life science”. S. Taccheo is chair of the action, and L. Petit is Management Committee (MC) member; J.-L. Adam and D. Dorosz are MC substitutes.

M. Ferrari was participating in the European project RECOLA (Recovery of lanthanides), which proposes the development of methodologies for extracting rare earth (and other metals) from e-waste to enable efficient waste management and the reintroduction of the economy of secondary raw materials. RECOLA also involves groups from Argentina, Brazil and Peru. 

Conference Organization

J. Ballato co-organized several international conferences, including the "Rare-Earth Doped Glasses and Ceramics for Photonic Applications" symposium at the 12th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology (PACRIM 12, Waikoloa, Hawaii, May 2017) and the 5th Workshop on Specialty Optical Fibers and Their Applications (WSOF2017, Limassol, Cyprus, October 2017).

D. Dorosz was chair of organising committee of the 17th International Conference on "Optical Fibers and Their Application", Suprasl, Poland, 23-27 January 2017.

S. Jiang served as OPTO symposium co-Chair at Photonics West (San Francisco, January 2017) and General co-Chair of the Advanced Solid State Laser Congress (Nagoya, Japan, October 2017). 

The participants at the 2017 TC20 Meeting in Rome, during PRE'17  (from the left: J. Fernandez, D. Dorosz, S. Tanabe, R. Balda, M. Ferrari, G.C. Righini, C. Falcony).

The participants at the 2016 TC20 Committee Meeting in Kyoto, during CerSJ-GOMD Joint Symposium (fro

A view of some of the PRE'17 participants in front of the entrance of the Engineering Department, Università di Roma La Sapienza (via Eudossiana complex), on Saturday 2 December, at the end of the Workshop.

One of the two PRE'17 poster sessions held in the late afternoon in the cloister designed by Sangallo inside the complex of the "La Sapienza" University.


A session during the CerSJ-GOMD Joint Symposium on Glass Science and Technologies in Kyoto, Japan.

Prof. Setsuhisa Tanabe presenting his plenary lecture at PRE'17 (G.C. Righini was the session chair).

Aims and planned activities

The main goal of TC20 is to keep monitoring the international trends in optoelectronic/photonic glasses, contributing to the advances of scientific knowledge in this area and disseminating information on photonic glasses. Outreach will be an important part of the Committee's activity. The global aim is to maintain the centrality of glass in the next generations’ optoelectronic devices; particular attention is therefore devoted to advanced and novel materials, such as glass ceramics, hybrid glasses, nanostructured glasses.

TC20's research activities are very much concerned with materials for “Green Photonics”. In the next years the following topics are anticipated as of particular interest:

  • Glass Ceramic Phosphors for Solid-state Lighting,
  • Persistent phosphors,
  • New glasses and fibers for fiber lasers and nonlinear optics,
  • New materials and process for infrared imaging and sensing,
  • Optical computing becoming more practical based on new materials.
  • New materials for Lighting and Solar Energy.  

2018 Planned Activities

ICG Annual Meeting 2018: TC20 proposed to organize a special session on "Glasses for 21st century photonic technologies" in the frame of the ICG Meeting in Yokohama (23-26 September 2018). Setsuhisa Tanabe and Giancarlo C. Righini will chair the session; other TC20 members will actively participate. All of them will also solicite contributions from other experts in the field of photonic glasses.

Inter-TCs Collaboration: Contacts have been taken with TC03 "Glass Structure" and TC28 “Glass fibres for reinforcement and insulation” in order to explore the possibility of common activities. A joint small workshop could be organized in 2018, to start the discussion on a few topics of common interest.

Committee Meeting:  The main meeting of the TC20 Committee in 2018 will likely be held during the ICG Annual Meeting in Yokohama. TC20 is also verifying the possibility of a joint meeting with TC03 and TC28, and possibly with TC16 (Nanostructures).

Journals' Special Issues:  

A Special Issue of the journal Optical Materials will be published, that will include selected, peer-reviewed, papers presented at the PRE'17 Workshop. The Guest Editors are Dominik Dorosz, Maurizio Ferrari, Laeticia Petit and Giancarlo C. Righini. The deadline is 15 February 2018, and submissions on the subject of photoluminescence in rare earths are welcome from authors not participating in PRE'17, too. Prospective authors are invited to contact Laeticia Petit (

A Special Issue of the open-access Journal Applied Sciences with the title Rare-Earth Doping for Optical Applications will be published, too. The Guest Editors are Laeticia Petit, Dominik Dorosz and Wilfried Blanc. Submissions are open, and the deadline is 28 February 2018.   (

Submission opens on 1 January 2018, with deadline on 1 February 2018 for the Feature Issue of Optical Materials Express on Mid-Infrared Materials and their Device Applications. Guest Editor is Laeticia Petit, jointly with Juejun Hu, Luke Mawst, Steven Moss, and
David Ting. (

Another open access Special Issue is being managed for the journal Micromachines, on the subject of Glassy materials based microdevices. The Guest Editors are Giancarlo C. Righini and Nicoletta Righini. The Journal is open access, but a printed book with the papers in the Special Issue (if the number is > 10) is also under consideration. The deadline is 1 July 2018 and submissions are welcome. (

Special Publications

A tetralogy of papers will be published by John Ballato in the International Journal of Applied Glass Science on the theory, modeling, and materials road-map for intrinsically low, possibly zero, nonlinearity optical glasses and fibers. The four papers appeared in December 2017 as early view articles:  A unified materials approach to mitigating optical nonlinearities in optical fiber.

I. Thermodynamics of optical scattering

II. A. Material additivity models and basic glass properties

II. B. The optical fiber, material additivity and the nonlinear coefficients

III. Canonical examples and materials road map


Maurizio Ferrari and Giancarlo C. Righini will be editing a book on Integrated Optics: Advances and Future Prospects, to be published by IET - The Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK, where glass materials, technologies and devices will play an important role.


Organization of Conferences

Members of TC20 are expected to actively participate in numerous conferences worldwide as chairs, program committee members, invited lecturers and so on. Particular mention has to be given to two large-scale conferences:

SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, Jan 27-February 3, 2018, the world's largest annual event for the photonics, laser, and biomedical optics industries. S. Jiang is co-chair of the Opto 2018 Conference, with some 2000 papers and presentations. S. Jiang is also chair of the track "Optical Components and Materials XIV", where J.-L. Adam, R. Balda, Y. Ohishi, G.C. Righini, S. Tanabe are members of the program committee [PC].

CIMTEC 2018 (14th International Ceramics Congress and 8th Forum on New Materials, Perugia, Italy, 4-14 June 2018). M. Ferrari is member of PC and chair of the symposium on "Inorganic Materials Systems for Advanced Photonics", where J.-L. Adam, J. Ballato, S. Jiang, G.C. Righini, S. Taccheo, S. Tanabe are members of the International Advisory Board.

Some other examples (just limiting to chairs and PC members), in time order:

  • 28th Meeting on Glasses for Photonics (Kyoto, 23 January 2018); S.Tanabe - chair
  • Optical Fiber Communications Conference (OFC, Optical Society of America, San Diego CA, March 2018); J. Ballato [PC]
  • Fiber Lasers and Glass Photonics: Materials through Applications (SPIE Photonics Europe, Strasbourg, France, 22 - 26 April 2018); M. Ferrari and S. Taccheo - cochairs; R. Balda [PC]
  • GOMD (Glass & Optical Materials Division, ACS) Annual Meeting (San Antonio, USA, May 20-24, 2018); some TC20 members are organizers of different sessions.
  • 15th Conference on Physics of Non-Crystalline Solids (PNCS,Saint-Malo, France, 9-13 July 2018); X.H. Zhang - chair of Advisory Committee.
  • The International Conference on Optical, Optoelectronic and Photonic Materials and Applications (ICOOPMA, Maresias, Brazil, 26-31 August 2018); M. Nalin is co-chair; A. Jha and S. Tanabe are members of the Steering Committee; R. Balda, M. Ferrari, M. Nalin are members of PC; J. Ballato, J. Heo, A. Jha, M. Nalin, S. Tanabe are members of the Advisory Committee.


Following the success of IYL2015, the International Year of Light, the General Conference of UNESCO proclamed 16 May as International Day of Light (IDL). TC20 members will participate to IDL2018 events.


ICG Annual Meeting 2018 will be held at PACIFICO Yokohama (Yokohama, Japan) on September 23-26, 2018. The deadline for abstract submission is March 1, 2018.

TC20 is organizing a special session on "Glasses for 21st century photonic technologies", co-chaired by S. Tanabe and G.C. Righini. Call for papers:

Photonics is at the roots of many technologies of daily life, from smartphones to internet, to medical instruments and therapies, to lighting technology. It has been asserted that the 21st century is depending as much on photonics as the 20th century depended on electronics.

Glasses and the emerging glass-ceramic materials play a central role in photonics, and this Session aims at providing a forum for researchers, students and entrepreneurs to present and discuss the advances in this area of physics and materials science.

Contributions are invited on different aspects of science and engineering of glassy and glass-ceramic materials, from the fundamental physical phenomena to the wide range of optical and photonic applications.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

Transparent glasses and glass-ceramics for uv, visible and IR radiation

Modeling and numerical computation

Novel processing

Photoluminescent glasses

Photorefractive glasses

Optical components

Fiber and integrated optics

Optical microcavities

Photonic crystals

Optical amplifiers and lasers

Scintillating glasses

Storage phosphors

Optical sensors



Deadline: March 1, 2018.

A view of Yokohama, the venue of ICG 2018 Annual Meeting


TC20 members are regularly contributing to the most important journals in the areas of glasses and optical - photonic materials. Invited contributions to glass books are also frequent, and sometimes books on different aspects of glass science and technology are authored or edited by TC20 members.

Though far from exhaustive, the present list includes a selection of papers published in 2017 by some members of TC20. 

A. Poudel, I. Dmitrieva, R. Gumenyuk, L. Mihai, D. Sporea, O. Mureşan, I. Rusen, T. Hakkarainen, N. Boetti, T. Niemi, L. Petit, "Effect of ZnO addition and of alpha particle irradiation on various properties of Er3+, Yb3+ doped phosphate glasses”, Applied Science, 7 (2017) 1094.

H. Nguyen, M. Tuomisto, J. Oksa, T. Salminen, M. Lastusaari, L. Petit, “Upconversion in low rare-earth concentrated phosphate glasses using direct NaYF4: Er3+, Yb3+ particles doping”, Scripta Materialia, 139 (2017) 130–133. 

P. Lopez-Iscoa, T. Salminen , T. Hakkarainen, L. Petit, D. Janner, N.G. Boetti, M. Lastusaari, D. Pugliese, P. Paturi, D. Milanese, “Effect of partial crystallization on the spectroscopic properties of Er3+ doped phosphate glasses, Materials, 10 (2017), 473.

A. Mishra, L. Petit, M. Pihl, M. Andersson, T. Salminen, J. Rocherullé, J. Massera, “Thermal, structural and in vitro dissolution of antimicrobial copper-doped and slow resorbable iron-doped phosphate glasses”, Journal of Material Science, 52 (2017) 8957–8972.

M. Fokine, A. Theodosious, S. Song, T. Hawkins, J. Ballato, K. Kalli, and U. Gibson, “Laser structuring, stress modification and Bragg grating inscription in silicon-core glass fibers,” Optical Materials Express 7, 1589 – 1597 (2017).

C. Baker, E. J. Friebele, A. Burdett, D. Rhonehouse, J. Fontana, W. Kim, S. R. Bowman, L. B. Shaw, J. Sanghera, J. Zhang, R. Pattnaik, Y. Chen, M. Dubinskii, J. Ballato, C. Kucera, A. Vargas, C. Mart, A. Hemming, N. Simakovg, and J. Haub, “Nanoparticle doping for high power fiber lasers at eye-safer wavelengths,” Optics Express 25, 13903 – 13915 (2017).

M. Cavillon, P. D. Dragic, and J. Ballato, “Additivity of the coefficient of thermal expansion in optical fibers,” Optics Letters 42, 3650 – 3653 (2017 (2017).

P. Dragic, M. Cavillon, and J. Ballato, “On the thermo-optic coefficient of P2O5 in SiO2,” Optical Materials Express 7, 3654 – 3661 (2017).

G. Gorni, J.J. Velázquez, G.C. Mather, A. Durán, G. Chen, M. Sundararajan, R. Balda, J. Fernández, M.J. Pascual, “Selective excitation in transparent oxyfluoride glass-ceramics doped with Nd3+ ”, J. European Ceramic Society 37, 1695-1706 (2017).  

R. Morea, T. Teddy Fernandez, J. Fernandez, et al., “Synthesis of transparent Er-doped fluorotellurite glass-ceramics through controlled crystallization”,  J. Materials Science 28, 7000-7005 (2017).

G. Gorni, R. Balda, J. Fernández, L. Pascual, A. Durán, M.J. Pascual, “Effect of the heat treatment on the spectroscopic properties of Er3+-Yb3+-doped transparent oxyfluoride nano-glass-ceramics”, J. Lumin. (2017) 

J.J. Velázquez, R. Balda, J. Fernández, G. Gorni, L. Pascual, G. Chen, M. Sundararaj, A. Durán, M.J. Pascual, “Transparent oxyfluoride glass-ceramics with NaGdF4 nanocrystals doped with Pr3+ and Pr3+-Yb3+”,  J. Lumin. (2017)       10.1016/j.jlumin.2017.07.034  

G. Gorni, R. Balda, J. Fernández, I. Iparraguirre, J. J. Velázquez,  Y. Castro, L. Pascual, G. Chen, M. Sundararajan, M. J. Pascual and A. Durán,  “Oxyfluoride glass–ceramic fibers doped with Nd3+: structural and optical characterization”, Cryst. Eng. Comm 2017. 10.1039/c7ce01380a

M. Kochanowicz, J. Zmojda, P. Miluski, T. Ragiń, W. A. Pisarski, J. Pisarska, R. Jadach, M. Sitarz, D. Dorosz,  “Structural and luminescent properties of germanate glasses and double-clad optical fiber co-doped with Yb3+/Ho3+ ”, J. Alloys. Compounds, 727, 1221-1226 (2017).

J. Żmojda, M. Kochanowicz, P. Miluski, A. Baranowska, W. A. Pisarski, J. Pisarska, R. Jadach, M. Sitarz, D. Dorosz, “Optical Characterization of Nano- and Microcrystals of EuPO4 Created by One-Step Synthesis of Antimony-Germanate-Silicate Glass Modified by P2O5”, Materials, 10, 9 (2017).  

P. Miluski, M. Kochanowicz, J. Zmojda, D. Dorosz, “1,4-Bis(2-methylstyryl)benzene doped PMMA fibre for blue range fluorescent applications”, Spectrochim. Acta. P. A.,  198, 88-92  (2018)

T. Ragin, J. Zmojda, Marcin Kochanowicz, Piotr Miluski, Piotr Jelen, M. Sitarz, D. Dorosz, “Enhanced mid-infrared 2.7 μm luminescence in low hydroxide bismuth-germanate glass and optical fiber co-doped with Er3+/Yb3+ ions”, J. Non-Crystalline Solids 457, 169–174  (2017).

P. Miluski, M. Kochanowicz, J. Żmojda, D. Dorosz, “Properties of Eu3+ doped poly(methyl methacrylate) optical fiber”, Optical Engineering 56, 027106 (2017).                 

Le Coq, David; Cui, Shuo; Boussard-Pledel, Catherine; et al., “Telluride glasses with far -infrared transmission up to 35 µm”, Optical Materials 72, 809-812  (2017).

Lucas, Pierre; Coleman, Garrett J.; Cantoni, Christopher; et al., “Chalcogenide Glass Sensors for Bio-molecule Detection”, Proceedings of SPIE   Vol. 10058, 100580Q  (2017).

Huang, Yan; Liu, Zijun; Chen, Hua; et al., “Research on structure and mid-infrared photoluminescence of Ga3+/Er3+ co-doped As-S glasses”, J. Non-Crystalline Solids  471, 456-461   (2017).

J. Xu, J. Ueda, S. Tanabe, "Toward tunable and bright deep-red persistent luminescence of Cr3+ in garnets", J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 100, (2017) 4033-4044.   

J. Xu, D. Murata, J. Ueda, S. Tanabe, "Near-infrared long persistent luminescence of Er3+ in garnet for the third bio-imaging window", J. Mater. Chem. C 4, (2016) 11096-11103.  

Y. Katayama, T. Kayumi, J. Ueda, P. Dorenbos, B. Viana, S. Tanabe, "The role of Ln3+ (Ln = Eu, Yb) in persistent red luminescence in MgGeO3:Mn2+" J. Mater. Chem. C 34 , (2017) 8893-8900.  

Lidia Zur, Thi Ngoc Lam Tran, Marcello Meneghetti, Thi Thanh Van Tran, Anna Lukowiak, Alessandro Chiasera, Daniele Zonta, Maurizio Ferrari, Giancarlo C. Righini “Tin-dioxide nanocrystals as Er3+ luminescence sensitizers: formation of glass-ceramics thin films and their characterization” Optical Materials 63 (2017) 95-100.

Chiasera, A.; Vasilchenko, I.; Dorosz, D.; Cotti, M.; Varas, S.; Iacob, E.; Speranza, G.; Vaccari, A.; Valligatla, S.; Zur, L.; Lukowiak, A.; Righini, G. C.; Ferrari, M.; “SiO2-P2O5-HfO2-Al2O3-Na2O glasses activated by Er3+ ions: from bulk sample to planar waveguide fabricated by rf-sputtering”, Optical Materials (2017) 63, 153-157.

Araceli de Pablos-Martin, Davor Ristic, Alicia Durán, Maurizio Ferrari, Maria J. Pascual, “Crystallization and optical properties of Tm3+/Yb3+- co-doped KLaF4 glass-ceramics”, Cryst. Eng. Comm 19 (2017) 267-274.

L. Minati, A. Chiappini, C. Armellini, A. Carpentiero, D. Maniglio, A. Vaccari, L. Zur, A. Lukowiak, M. Ferrari, G. Speranza “Gold Nanoparticles 1D Array as mechanochromic strain sensor” Materials Chemistry and Physics 192 (2017) 94-99.

Anna Lukowiak, Lidia Zur, Thi Ngoc Lam Tran, Marcello Meneghetti, Simone Berneschi, Gualtiero Nunzi Conti, Stefano Pelli, Cosimo Trono, B.N. Shivakiran Bhaktha, Daniele Zonta, Stefano Taccheo, Giancarlo C. Righini, Maurizio Ferrari “Sol–Gel-Derived Glass-Ceramic Photorefractive Films for Photonic Structures”, Crystals 7 (2017) 61_1/7.

Ali Albalawi, Stefano Varas, Alessandro Chiasera, Hrvoje Gebavi, Wedad Albalawi, Wilfried Blanc, Rolindes Balda, Anna Lukowiak, Maurizio Ferrari, and Stefano Taccheo “Determination of reverse cross-relaxation process constant in Tm-doped glass by 3H4 fluorescence decay tail fitting”, Optical Material Express 7 (2017) 3760-3768.

Duccio Griffini, Massimiliano Insinna, Simone Salvadori, Andrea Barucci, Franco  Cosi, Stefano Pelli, Giancarlo C. Righini, "On the CFD Analysis of a Multiphase Taylor-Couette System Dedicated to the Fabrication of Nanosensors", Computational Fluid Dynamics (2017) 2, 8 (20 pages) 

F. Enrichi, C. Armellini, S. Belmokhtar, A. Bouajaj, A. Chiappini, M. Ferrari, A. Quandt, G.C.Righini, A. Vomiero, L. Zur, "Visible to NIR downconversion process in Tb3+-Yb3+ codoped silica-hafnia glass and glass-ceramic sol-gel waveguides for solar cells", J. of  Luminescence - Available online 17 August 2017 -      10.1016/j.jlumin.2017.08.027

F. Enrichi, A. Quandt, G.C. Righini, "Plasmonic enhanced solar cells: Summary of possible strategies and recent results", Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, in press (2017)     10.1016/j.rser.2017.08.094

Farnesi, Daniele; Righini, Giancarlo; Nunzi Conti, Gualtiero; Soria, Silvia; “Efficient frequency generation in phoXonic cavities based on hollow whispering gallery mode resonators”, Scientific Reports (2017) 7;   doi: 10.1038/srep44198

Andrea Chiappini, Cristina Armellini, Alessandro Carpentiero, Laura Pasquardini, Lorenzo Lunelli, Alessandro Vaccari, Stefano Pelli, Anna Lukowiak, Cecilia Pederzolli, Giancarlo C. Righini, Roberta Ramponi, Maurizio Ferrari, “Glass-Derived Photonic Crystal Structures”, Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 98, pp 17-25 (2017).


Jiang Shibin, Luo Tao, Wang Qing, Pan Lei, US Patent 9,812,837, “Ultrashort pulse fiber amplifier using rare-earth doped gain fibers.” 

Jiang Shibin, Luo Tao, Wang Qing, Pan Lei, US Patent 9,780,520, “Ultrashort pulse fiber amplifier using rare-earth doped gain fibers.” 

Jiang Shibin, Luo Tao, Wang Qing, Pan Lei, US Patent 9,653,871, “Rare-earth doped gain fibers.” 


Giancarlo C. Righini and Silvia Soria, "Advanced Sensing with Micro-optical Whispering-Gallery-Mode Resonators", SPIE.SPOTLIGHT SL-28 e-book (2017) (40 pages)  ISBN: 9781510610897    10.1117/3.2272482

Committee Members: back to top

Adam, Jean-Luc
Balda, Rolindes Committee Position: Secretary
Ballato, John
Dorosz, Dominik
Falcony, Ciro
Ferrari, Maurizio
Heo, Jong
Hewak, Daniel
Jha, Animesh
Jiang, Shibin Committee Position: Vice Chair
Kondo, Yuki
Nalin, Marcelo
Ohishi, Yasutake
Petit, Laeticia
Richards, Bryce
Richardson, Kathleen
Righini, Gian Carlo Committee Position: Chair
Taccheo, Stefano
Tanabe, Setsuhisa
Zhang, Long
Zhang, X-H.

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