Photonics Modelling and Design - Optical Sciences and Applications of Light (Hardback)Slawomir Sujecki (author)
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Photonics Modeling and Design delivers a concise introduction to the modeling and design of photonic devices. Assuming a general knowledge of photonics and the operating principles of fibre and semiconductor lasers, this book:Describes the analysis of the light propagation in dielectric mediaDiscusses heat diffusion and carrier transportApplies the presented theory to develop fibre and semiconductor laser modelsAddresses the propagation of short optical pulses in optical fibresPuts all modeling into practical context with examples of devices currently in development or on the market
Providing hands-on guidance in the form of MATLAB ® scripts, tips, and other downloadable content, Photonics Modeling and Design is written for students and professionals interested in modeling photonic devices either for gaining a deeper understanding of the operation or to optimize the design.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 410
Weight: 748 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 28 mm
"I think the main strength of this book is the detailed discussion of fundamental equations as well as the in-depth comparison of numerical methods. ... The author obviously knows what he is writing about from first-hand experience with advanced modeling and practical design of modern devices."
-Joachim Piprek, NUSOD Institute, Newark, Delaware, USA
"I like the use of MATLAB (R)-based example codes. ... I like the fact that the material is all based on the author's own personal research. This brings a level of detail and understanding. ... The author has considerable experience in developing original BPM and thermal models in the context of high-power laser diodes simulation. He brings both subjects to light with his considerable insight. ... The book draws upon the author's wide experience in photonics modelling and simulation. It is rigorous in approach, insightful, and very well written."
-Prof. Trevor Benson, University of Nottingham, UK
"Design and modeling of photonic components is of great importance to the continued expansion of the utilization of photonics devices and systems...the author makes a strong play for a "hands on" approach to modeling by eschewing detailed theoretical foundations in favor of practical content, including sample MATLAB code."
-K. Alan Shore, Bangor University, UK