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From Photonic Crystals to Photonic Glasses through disorder

Otros títulosDe los cristales fotónicos a los vidrios fotónicos a través del desorden
AutorGarcía Fernández, Pedro David
DirectorLópez Fernández, Ceferino
Palabras claveMultiple light scattering
Photonic Crystals
Random lasers
ZnO
Photonic Glass
Light diffusion
Fecha de publicación3-ago-2010
Resumen[EN] This thesis is the result of a four-year doctorate on light propagation and emission though complex systems, done in the Materials Science Institute of Madrid (which belongs to the Spanish National Research Council, CSIC) and Unidad Asociada CSIC-Vigo University under the supervision of Prof. Ceferino López. All the samples studied so far in this thesis have been grown at the ICMM laboratory as well as the static optical measurements and the experiments on resonant random and ZnO lasing. ZnO refractive index contrast was measured by ellipsometry with the help of Dr. R. Serna, from Institute of Optics-CSIC. Dynamic measurements performed with the streak camera were done in the laboratory of ultrafast spectroscopy at the Materials Physics Department-UAM with the collaboration of Prof. L. Viña. Dynamic measurements performed with the optical gating technique are the result of an international scientific exchange of four months in the Laboratory for non-linear spectroscopy in Florence (LENS) under the supervision of Dr. D. S. Wiersma. The quantum dots used in chapter 4 were provided by Dr. N. Gaponik from the Technical University of Dresden, also as an international collaboration. Scanning electron microscopy from ZnO inverse opals was performed at the Vigo University with the help of Prof. Luis Liz. The international collaboration with Dr. D. Wiersma and Dr. N. Gaponik are result of the fruitful scientific European Network of excellence Phoremost.
DescripciónTesis Doctoral elaborada en el Departamento de Materiales Fotónicos del Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (ICMM-CSIC) y presentada en el Dpto. de Física de Materiales de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid el 27 de marzo de 2009.
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