|Authors: ||A. Malik, G. Roelkens|
|Title: ||Mid-IR Photonic integrated circuits|
|Format: ||International Conference Poster|
|Publication date: ||11/2012|
|Journal/Conference/Book: ||Proceedings of the 17th Annual Symposium of the IEEE Photonics Society Belenux Chapter
|Volume(Issue): || p.151-154|
|Location: ||Mons, Belgium|
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The Mid-IR wavelellgth range is particularly interesting for spectroscopic sellsing applicaJiOIiS.
Inregration of Quantum Cascade Lasers with a photonic integrated circuit will pave the way for providing a tunable laser source along with a possibility of Lab-oll-achip applications. A major challenge in reaJi~ation of these devices is identification of
a suitable waveguide platform. [n this paper we will discuss the design andjabrication strategies of the possible waveguide platforms and will propose a generic concept of realizing a widely tunable integrated QCL using wavelength selective feedback elements implemented on a silicon photonic chip.