Novel Doubly Nano-Scale Perturbative Resonance Control of a Free-Suspending Photonic Crystal Structure
The impact of developing nanophotonic components have proven to be a promising research on the future optical integrated circuit complementing the current scaling of semiconductors for faster board-board, chip-chip interconnect speeds. Essentially photonic crystals (PhC) symbolize an emerging class of periodic nanomaterials that offers flexibilities in achieving novel devices. Based on the investigations of the high-Q resonance mode energy distributions, we optimized the nanoscale tip for optimal perturbative effect with low loss resonance control in the optical near field regime. In this study to achieve larger spectral resonance, we proposed using a novel doubly nanoscale perturbative tip to achieve optimal accurate photonic crystal resonance control. Such method may be driven by a nano-electromechanical (NEMS) system that may be fabricated with monolithic approaches.
Abdul Nassir bin Ibrahim, Meor Yusoff Meor Sulaiman, Wan Saffiey Wan Abdullah, Mohd Reusmaazran Yusof, Amry Amin Abas and Khairiah Mohd Yazid
X. Y. Chew et al., "Novel Doubly Nano-Scale Perturbative Resonance Control of a Free-Suspending Photonic Crystal Structure", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 83, pp. 147-150, 2011