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CLEO: Science & Innovations
08:00–10:00 CF1A • Organic Emitters and Absorbers Uriel Levy, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Presider
Invited CF1A.1 • 08:00 Delayed Fluorescence by Reverse Intersystem Crossing and Applications to Organic LightEmitting Diodes, Kenichi Goushi 1;  1Kyushu University, Japan. Organic donor and acceptor interfaces give rise to a small energy gap between the singlet and triplet exciton levels (ΔEST) of generated exciplexes. We demonstrate that the small ΔEST can lead to efficient electroluminescence.

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08:00–10:00 CF1C • EUV Metrology Jason Jones, University of Arizona, Presider 08:00–10:00 QF1D • Engineered Plasmonic Surfaces Cameron Smith, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Denmark, Presider
QF1D.1 • 08:00 Dynamically routing surface plasmon polaritons along arbitrary trajectories, Peng Zhang1,2, Sheng Wang1, Yongmin Liu1, Xiaobo Yin1,3, Changgui Lu1, Zhigang Chen2,4, Xiang Zhang1,3; 1NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center, University of California, Berkeley, USA; 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, San Francisco State University, USA; 3Materials Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA; 4TEDA Applied Physics School, Nankai University, China. We show how surface plasmon polaritons can be routed along arbitrary trajectories by forming nondiffracting Airy beams on metal surfaces. The dynamic computer-based control over such plasmonic Airy beams is demonstrated in our experiment. QF1D.2 • 08:15 Plasmonic-based techniques to generate and detect optical vortex beams, Patrice Genevet1,2, Jiao Lin1, Nanfang Yu1, Francesco Aieta1, Mikhail A. Kats1, Romain Blanchard1, Zeno Gaburro1, Marlan O. Scully2, Federico Capasso1;  1Harvard University-SEAS, USA;  2Texas A&M University, USA. Ultra-thin and integrated photonic devices based on optical phase discontinuities can generate optical vortices with a variety of topological charges, as well as sort out vortex beam topological charges by means of holographic gratings.

08:00–10:00 CF1B • Novel Application of Nonlinear Optics Shekhar Guha, US Airforce Research Lab, USA, Presider
CF1B.1 • 08:00 Pump-probe microscopy of pigments used in historical art, Prathyush Samineni1, Adele deCruz1, Tana Villafana1, Martin C. Fischer1, Warren S. Warren1,2; 1Chemistry, Duke University, USA;  2Radiology, Biomedical engineering, Duke University, USA. We have developed a nonlinear microscopy technique that uses sensitive modulation transfer to extract excited state dynamics with high spatial resolution. Here, we use this technique to characterize several pigments used in historical artwork.

CF1C.1 • 08:00 Femtosecond Enhancement Cavity EUV Source with High Energy Resolution, Matthew H. Lam1, Arthur K. Mills1, Egor Chasovskikh1, David J. Jones1; 1Physics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia, Canada. A table-top EUV source based on a femtosecond enhancement cavity is seeded by a 1040-nm Yb-doped fiber amplifier system with 185-fs pulses and produces >10 microwatts/ harmonic at 80 MHz out to 55 nm.

CF1B.2 • 08:15 Three-Dimensional Mapping of Transparent Objects Using Kerr Nonlinearity Measurement, Alexandre Goy1, Demetri Psaltis1; 1Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland. We report a technique to produce three-dimensional maps of transparent objects using the Kerr coefficient as a contrast agent. The method is based on the spatial modifications of a probe pattern focused into the medium.

CF1C.2 • 08:15 Optical Coherence Tomography using broadbandwidth XUV and soft x-ray radiation, Silvio Fuchs1,2, Alexander Blinne1, Christian Rödel1,2, Ulf Zastrau1, Vinzenz Hilbert1, Martin Wünsche1, Jana Bierbach1, Eckhart Förster1, Gerhard Paulus1,2;  1Institute of Optics and Quantum Electronics, University of Jena, Germany;  2Helmholtz Institute Jena, Helmholtz Institute Jena, Germany. We report on the extension of Optical Coherence Tomography using extreme ultraviolet and soft x-ray radiation and demonstrate an axial resolution of nanometers.

CF1A.2 • 08:30 Enhanced photostability of aqueous solution of Rhodamine 6G with gold nanoparticles in lasing process by silica coating, Lin Dong1, Fei Ye1, Adnan Chughtai1, Sergei Popov1, Ari T. Friberg1,2, Mamoun Muhammed1; 1Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Sweden;  2Aalto University, Finland. Gold nanoparticles are mixed in aqueous solution of Rhodamine 6G to modify the lasing output intensity. The photostability deterioration of the gain medium by gold nanoparticles is successfully compensated by silica coating on the nanoparticles.

CF1B.3 • 08:30 Homodyne Near-Degenerate Four-Wave-Mixing Microscopy for Graphene Imaging and Biomedical Applications, Baolei Li1, Congwen Yi3, April S. Brown3, Martin C. Fischer2, Warren S. Warren2,4; 1Physics, Duke University, USA; 2Chemistry, Duke University, USA;  3Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University, USA;4Biomedical Engineering, Duke University, USA. Homodyne detection of near-degenerate four-wave-mixing with a single laser pulse is used to imaging graphene in biological samples.

CF1C.3 • 08:30 Thin film characterization using third harmonic generation microscopy, Cristina Rodriguez 1, Reed Weber1, Duy Nguyen1, Luke A. Emmert1, Dinesh Patel 2, Carmen Menoni 2,3, Wolfgang Rudolph1; 1Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of New Mexico, USA;  2Department of Electrical Engineering, Colorado State University, USA;  3Department of Chemistry, Colorado State University, USA. TH microscopy is applied to determine susceptibilities of films and image nascent, laser incubated, and laser damaged dielectric coatings with unprecedented contrast. The relative contribution of signals from film and surroundings is analyzed.

QF1D.3 • 08:30 Demonstration of a new type of two-dimensional nondiffracting surface plasmon polariton, Jiao Lin1,2, Jean Dellinger3, Patrice Genevet1,4, Benoit Cluzel3, Frederique de Fornel3, Marlan O. Scully4, Federico Capasso1;  1Harvard University, USA;  2Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, Singapore;  3Institut Carnot de Bourgogne, France;  4Texas A&M University, USA. We introduce a new type of nondiffracting surface plasmon polaritons: the cosine-Gauss beam (CGB). We prove both theoretically and experimentally that CGB is a nondiffracting solution to the twodimensional wave equation.

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CLEO: QELSFundamental Science
08:00–10:00 QF1E • Quantum Optics Using Quantum Dots Ranojoy Bose, University of Maryland, USA, Presider
QF1E.1 • 08:00 Charge switching dynamics and optimal excitation wavelength of single NV centers in ultrapure diamond, Anton Batalov1, Katja Beha1, Neil Manson2, Rudolf Bratschitsch1, Alfred Leitenstorfer2; 1University of Konstanz, Germany; 2Laser Physics Centre, Australian National University, Australia. Photoluminescence excitation spectra of single NV centers in diamond are studied and an optimal wavelength for NV− is found. The physics of bidirectional switching between NV0 and NV− charge states of the defect is elucidated.

CLEO: Science & Innovations
08:00–09:30 CF1F • Coherent Communications Christian Malouin, Juniper Networks Inc., USA, Presider
Invited CF1F.1 • 08:00 The Age of Optical Coherent Communication, Kuang-Tsan (KT) Wu1, Han (Henry) Sun1, John McNicol 1, Matthew Mitchell 2, Vinayak Dangui2, Mike VanLeeuvan3, Jeff Rahn2, Steve Grubb3, Radha Nagarajan2, Mehrdad Ziari2, Scott Corzine2, Pete Evans2, Masaki Kato2, Fred Kish2, Dave Welch2; 1Infinera Canada, Canada; 2Infinera, USA; 3Infinera, USA. Recent emergence of coherent optical modem has solved a number of difficult problems in optical transmission, resulting in 10x increase in capacity. The latest research of superchannels further increases spectral efficiency and network flexibility.

CLEO: QELSFundamental Science
08:00–10:00 QF1G • Spatial and Temporal Solitons Matteo Lab, INRS-EMT, Canada, Presider
QF1G.1 • 08:00 Higher-order Modulation Instability in Optical Fibers, Miro Erkintalo1,2, Kamal Hammani3, Bertrand Kibler3, Christophe Finot3, Nail Akhmediev4, John M. Dudley5, Goëry Genty1;  1Tampere University of Technology, Finland;  2University of Auckland, New Zealand; 3Université de Bourgogne, France; 4The Australian National University, Australia;  5Université de Franche-Comté, France. We report on theoretical, numerical and experimental study of a new form of instability in a nonlinear fiber. This process of higher-order modulation instability arises from the nonlinear superposition of elementary instability dynamics.

QF1E.2 • 08:15 Engineering of radiative and non-radiative channels in colloidal nanocrystals: towards Room-temperature efficient colloidal quantum sources, Godefroy Leménager1, Ferruccio Pisanello2,3, Luigi Martiradonna2, Luigi Carbone3, Pascal Desfonds1, Jean-Pierre Hermier5, Elisabeth Giacobino1, Roberto Cingolani2, Massimo De Vittorio2,4, Alberto Bramati1; 1ENS, UPMC, CNRS, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, France;  2Center for Bio-Molecular Nanotechnology, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy;  3Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Systems @UNITN, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy;  4CNR-Nano, Università del Salento, Dipartimento Ingegneria dell’innovazione, National Nanotechnology Laboratory, Italy; 5CNRS UMR8635, Université de Versailles, Saint-Quentinen-Yvelines, Groupe d’étude de la Matière Condensée, France. Blinking effect and multi-excitonic emission can be independently addressed by tuning both core and shell dimension. By confocal techniques measurement, we show dot-in-rods as blinking-free sources of single photon on demand at room temperature. QF1E.3 • 08:30 Single Quantum Dot Locked to Atomic Transition, Nika Akopian1, R. Trotta2, E. Zallo2, A. Rastelli2, O. Schmidt2, V. Zwiller1; 1Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft, Netherlands; 2Institute for Integrative Nanosciences, Germany. We tune and lock the exciton emission energy of a single quantum dot to an atomic transition. The locking precision of few micro-eV can allow for single charge sensing, spectral diffusion counteraction, and energy stabilization schemes. CF1F.2 • 08:30 Frequency Offset Estimation in M-QAM Coherent Optical Systems Using Phase Entropy, Stefanos Dris1, Ioannis Lazarou1, Paraskevas Bakopoulos1, Hercules Avramopoulos1;  1School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Greece. A novel approach for Frequency Offset Estimation in coherent optical M-QAM systems using the received symbol phase entropy is investigated. It is accurate, non-data-aided, oblivious to modulation format and requires no gain control.

QF1G.2 • 08:15 Plasma-induced soliton self-frequency blueshift in gas-filled hollow-core PCFs, Mohammed F. Saleh1, Fabio Biancalana1, Philipp Hoelzer1, Wonkeun Chang1, John C. Travers1, Nicolas Joly1, Philip S. Russell1;  1NPN, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany. We present new equations describing pulse envelope propagation in a hollow-core PCF filled with an ionizable gas. We describe for the first time the recently observed plasma-induced soliton self-frequency blueshift.

QF1G.3 • 08:30 Experimental investigation of dispersionmanaged soliton interaction, Alexander Hause1, Philipp Rohrmann1, Fedor Mitschke1; 1Institut fuer Physik, Universitaet Rostock, Germany. Dispersionmanaged solitons can form stable molecules. Systematically mapping out parameter space using a flexible pulse shaper, we investigate the binding mechanism and confirm predictions. Phenomena off equilibrium are also described and explained.

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both technically and from a business perspective for this very rapidly developing field. USA. and is a member of the IEC/IEEE Joint Project Team (JPT) 62659 (IEEE 1784). Robert Keil1. Mickael Tanter2. He is the Managing Editor of Progress in Photovoltaics published by Wiley Interscience. 2Department of Physics of Complex Systems. Multiheight phase recovery and pixel super-resolution enable lensfree on-chip holographic imaging of dense and confluent Papanicolaou smears over a large field-of-view (24-30mm2) with sub-micron resolution. Technion. Raffaelle is the Vice President for Research and Associate Provost at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Harvard University. 1Code 5613. 11 May Room A8 Room B2 & B3 Room C1 & C2 Room C3 & C4 CLEO: QELSFundamental Science 08:00–09:45 QF1H • Disordered and Random Media Ayman Abouraddy. His career includes working as a visiting scientist at the NASA-Glenn Research Center. Yoav Shechtman3. USA. USA.6 μm is extended to 107°C. Kongju National University. 2Optical Engineering. USA. self-imaging via phase-segmentation is inherently insensitive to such an off-diagonal disorder. As a professor. Chulsoo Kim1. Luca Dal Negro3. The Weizmann Institute of Science. he has been responsible for more than $20 million in research grants in photovoltaics. USA. Boriskina3. USA. Felix Dreisow1.9. 204 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday.  2Bioengineering Department. Alexander Szameit1. The cell-phone based flow-cytometer was used to measure the density of white-blood-cells in blood samples. USA.3 • 08:30 Lasing in Thue-Morse structure with optimal aperiodicity. Charles Merritt1. Mattias Beck1. Imaging Science. Sai Siva Gorthi1. CLEO: Science & Innovations 08:00–10:00 CF1I • Optofluidics: “Lab on a Chip” Michael Previte.  3Electrical and Computer Engineering.S. respectively. Marcel Rattunde1.3 µm and 8 µm regions were tuned over 277 wavenumbers and 445 wavenumbers respectively using an external-cavity set-up. Boston University. based on spatial and frequency resolved wave front shaping with a nonlinear feedback signal. Presider CF1I. NIST. is a member of the AIAA Technical Committee on Aerospace Power. Israel. He is also the Emeritus Director of the NanoPower Research Laboratory. Germany. Joshua Abell1. 4. Igor Vurgaftman1. Aydogan Ozcan1. The devices were HR and AR coated and operated in pulsed mode.  2Sotera Defense Solutions. Yoav Lahini2. and at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. USA. he served as the Director of the National Center for Photovoltaics at the National Renewable Energy Lab of the U. Michael J. and nanomaterials research. We will review some of the major discoveries of the past and trace how the industry came to be where it is today. Alon Greenbaum1. He has a Ph.6 μm. USA. Jochen Aulbach1. Tino Töpper1. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena. 1Rochester Institute of Technology. USA. Germany. how to achieve optimal spatiotemporal focusing through a complex scattering medium.1 • 08:00 Lensfree Imaging of Dense Samples using Holograms Recorded at Multiple Heights. Arnaud Tourin2. Using the system. the NASA Lewis Research Center.2 • 08:15 External cavity tuning of broadband quantum cascade saser active region designs around 3. Jin-Kyu Yang1. Stéphane Blaser1. Presider Tutorial CF1J. We demonstrate fluorescent imaging flowcytometry that is integrated on a cell-phone. We will also provide an overview of some of the latest discoveries in the field and what are the current hot areas of interest. QOE. IQE. Yale University. Ethan Schonbrun1.000 cells per second.  1Physics. Texas A&M. USA. Solomon4. Canedy1. Linköpings Universitet. 08:00–10:00 CF1K • Short Wavelength Quantum Cascade Lasers Alexey Belyanin.1 • 08:00 Tutorial on Solar Energy. University of California.  1FraunhoferInstitute for Applied Solid States Physics. Naval Research Laboratory. Sebastian Kaspar1. Presider QF1H. The cw operating temperature of ICLs emitting at 3. Dr. Los Angeles. Dr. The solar industry has grown at an astonishingly high rate over the past decade. Broadband-Quantum-CascadeLasers around 3. we will discuss what these current trends industry may hold for the future. CF1K. USA . We demonstrate. Sabine S. Heeso Noh1. He currently holds appointments as a Professor of Physics. Switzerland.  1Electrical Engineering Department. Presider CF1K. Republic of Korea. He is currently serving on the organizing committee for the IEEE Photovoltaics Specialists Conference. CF1I. Hui Cao1.1 • 08:00 Single-Frequency kHz-Linewidth 2-μm GaSbBased Semiconductor Disk Lasers With Multiple-Watt Output Power. and 48°C.2. Rooks1. Rami Pugatch2.3 • 08:30 Diffractive Optofluidic Imaging Flow Cytometry. Joachim Wagner1. France.3 µm and 8 µm. batteries. QF1H. Netherlands. Los Angeles. CF1I. Diane Schaak1. A 1-W output power single-frequency 2. 2Institut Langevin. Department of Energy. USA. Sweden. This growth has been both in what one could consider the “traditional” areas such as flat panel crystalline silicon arrays. 1Applied Physics. QF1H. Therefore. Before joining NREL. we demonstrate imaging with submicron resolution at throughputs surpassing 10.2. Alfredo Bismuto1.05-μm semiconductor disk laser with a linewidth of 20 kHz (60 kHz) by Pound-Drever-Hall wavelength stabilization (without active wavelength stabilization) is demonstrated.  1Rowland Institute. Meyer1. Raffaelle has authored or co-authored over 200 refereed publications and books.  3Physics Department and Solid State Institute. We demonstrated lasing in two-dimensional ThueMorse structures fabricated in InAs quantum dots embedded GaAs membrane. ESPCI ParisTech.  1Institute of Applied Physics. Matthias Heinrich1.2 • 08:15 Optimal Spatiotemporal Focusing Through Complex Scattering Media. 1Center for Nanophotonics. Bewley1. as well as in “new” technologies such as thin film CdTe arrays on glass. Chadwick L. CREOL. Aydogan Ozcan1. Prior to his current position.  1UCLA. 08:00–10:00 CF1J • Photovoltaics Fundamentals and Concepts Mikael Syväjärvi. FOM Institute AMOLF. Riedi1. Ryne Raffaelle1. Klaus Köhler1. Hongying Zhu1. Mijin Kim2. Stefan Nolte1. a laboratory which he founded at RIT in 2001. Glenn S. from 2009 through 2011. Israel. Christian Manz1. Svetlana V. Alice Bretage2.2.2 • 08:15 Fluorescent flow-cytometry on a cell-phone.7 and 5. Raffaelle was the Academic Director for the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at RIT.  4Joint Quantum Institute. 60°C. and Sustainability. William W. CNRS. The threshold powers range from several tens to several hundred mW at 25°C.Friday. ETH Zurich. Jerome Faist1.indd 3 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Andreas Hugi1. and Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Physics from Southern Illinois University. Ryne P. We integrated a diffractive lens array into a microfluidic channel array to produce a parallel flow-based cell imaging platform.D.3 • 08:30 Improved Interband Cascade Lasers for λ = 3-5.1 • 08:00 Self-Imaging through a Disordered Waveguide Lattice. Illumina. in Physics from University of Missouri-Rolla. Andreas Tünnermann1. Dr. We demonstrate that the eigenmodes of a waveguide array with disorder in the coupling between adjacent guides are pairwise conjugated. University of California. providing a decent match to the hematology analyzer. He was a Professor of Physics and Space Sciences at the Florida Institute of Technology from 19921999. Finally. Mathias Fink2. Jerry R. We optimized structural aperiodicity by gradually changing the relative size of two scatters for the strongest light confinement. Invited CF1K. Microsystems Engineering.

2. Please review all four pages for complete session information. Shu-Wei Huang1. National Chiao Tung University. USA. Japan. Shunsuke Adachi1. Japan. Universidade de São Paulo. PRESTO. Brazil. Austria. Kyung-Han Hong1. Invited CF1N.3. Presider Invited CF1M. Franz X. University of Colorado at Boulder. 08:00–10:00 CF1N • Ultrafast Fiber Lasers Shinji Yamashita. France. USA. 1MIT. We validate this picture with experiment and theory.2. Alexander Sell1.3Grupo de Investigación en Óptica Extrema. Peter Lodahl1. Giedrius Andriukaitis5. Germany.  1Chair of BioMolecular Optics. Ginzton Laboratory. We present a comparison between theory and experiment for the generation of short pulses from FDML lasers. Nagoya University. Taiwan. Germany. Perez-Hernandez4.1 • 08:00 Scaling of High Harmonic Generation with Visible Driver Wavelengths. combining both microscopic and macroscopic physics. P. Presider CF1L. Toshinori Suzuki1. University of Tokyo.  2CFEL. 3Basque Foundation for Science. Henry C. Takuya Horio1. Thomas Klein1. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. 1Niels Bohr Institute.1 • 08:00 Picosecond pulses from an FDML laser.3. Spain. Universidad de Salamanca. Colorado School of Mines. Eigenwillig1. CF1N. Robert Huber1. Siao-Shan Jyu1. We present a unified picture of phase matching of high harmonic upconversion spanning the electromagnetic spectrum from the VUV to keV. CLPU.Marriott San Jose Salon I & II Marriott San Jose Salon III Marriott San Jose Salon IV Friday. A 90-nm singleorder harmonic pulse with a 100-nJ pulse energy was realized by the frequency-tripling of 35-fs Ti:Sa third harmonic in a krypton gas cell. Agnieszka Jaron-Becker1. Margaret M. Denmark. We confirm that this is an incoherent phonon-mediated process. Siqueira2.1 • 08:00 Cavity QED with Anderson-Localized Cavities in Disordered Photonic Crystals. Stanford University.2 • 08:30 Off-resonant Coupling Between a Single Quantum Dot and a Nanobeam Photonic Crystal Cavity.9 scaling relation for the efficiency is measured. Japan. CF1L. Kaertner1. Ming-Chang Chen 1. A new method for fine-controlling the mode-locked laser repetition rate without changing the cavity length is proposed and demonstrated on a 10GHz asynchronous mode-locked Er-fiber soliton laser through the EO modulation strength adjustment.indd 4 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Phillip D. L. Technische Universität München. Japan. 1Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Keathley1. CEA/INAC/ SP2M. Skirmantas Alisauskas5. We review recent experiments on the use of disordered photonic crystals for enhancing light-matter interaction. We demonstrate off-resonant coupling between a single quantum dot and a nanobeam photonic crystal cavity.  1E. RIKEN. Christoph M.3. Spain. Spain. Coupling single quantum dots to Anderson-localized modes enables cavity quantum electrodynamics with random cavity modes. Dimitar Popmintchev 1. The highest output power of 114 mW and pulse energy of 3. Arka Majumdar1. 08:00–10:00 CF1M • Photonic Crystals I Jean-Michel Gerard. A lambda-5. USA. 2Instituto de Física de São Carlos. Audrius Pugzlys5.  5Photonics Institute. Armand Rundquist1. Murnane1. Germany. University of Copenhaguen. The wavelength scaling of high harmonic generation efficiency and cutoff is studied with different visible driver wavelengths from a tunable optical parametric amplifier.3 • 08:30 Intense vacuum-ultraviolet single-order harmonic pulse by a deep-ultraviolet driving laser. The theory predicts that in the future bandwidth limited pulse might be possible. Jose A. Giovanni Cirmi1. CF1M.  1Kyoto University. Norihiko Nishizawa1. David Garcia1. Tenio Popmintchev1. 1JILA. Luis Plaja3.  2Japan Science and Technology Agency.3 • 08:30 Modeling and Power Scaling of CarbonNanotube Mode-Locked Fiber Lasers. CF1L.  1Photonics.5 nJ were achieved by optimization of cavity. Andrius Baltuska5.2 • 08:15 Pulse Repetition Rate Control of Asynchronous Mode-Locked Fiber Lasers without Changing the Cavity Length. Christian Jirauschek2. 11 May CLEO: Science & Innovations 08:00–10:00 CF1L • High Harmonic and Diffractive Imaging Charles Durfee. DESY and Univ of Hamburg. Jeffrey Moses1. Dynamics of Er-doped ultrshort pulse fiber laser with carbon nanotube were investigated both experimentally and numerically. Chien-Jen Lai1. Japan. Kapteyn1. Benjamin Biedermann1. Presider CF1N. Wolfgang Wieser1.2. Vienna University of Technology. Jonathas P.  2Institute for Nanoelectronics. Andreas Becker1. 3Advanced Science Institute. 205 CLEO2012 Friday. under resonant excitation of the dot or the cavity. Eduardo Granados1. Sebastian Todor2. USA. 4Centro de Láseres Pulsados. Jelena Vuckovic1.2 • 08:15 Unified Microscopic-Macroscopic Picture of High Harmonic Generation from the VUV to the keV X-ray Region. Carlos Hernandez-Garcia3. Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversity München.

Shining Zhu2. 206 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. Japan.  2EECS. We demonstrate an EO polymer based travelingwave MMI-fed directional-coupler modulator.  1Tampere University of Technology. QF1D. SPP Airy beams and broadband focusing were realized. USA. The 7. Egle Molotokaite1. Wachulak2. CF1B. Netherlands.6 • 09:15 Experimental demonstration of bosonic quantum interference of single surface plasmon polaritons.  1Electrical Engineering. Byoungho Lee1.3 • 08:45 Nd3+-TFA:HPDA Polymeric Microchip Laser. McGee1. Taerin Chung1. Anton Nolvi2.7 • 09:30 Transmission enhancement with the array of faced folded metallic rods embedded in a metallic slit. Ltd.. CF1C.indd 5 4/9/12 1:28 PM . High-speed and linear operation is demonstrated with bandwidth-length product of 125GHz*cm.  1Microelectronics Research Center. Malm1. Using Z scans employing 4. Army Research Laboratory. Nobuo Miyadera2. Michael Vasilyev 1. Christopher G. Kei Yasui3. Germany. Finland. Air Force Research Laboratory. CF1B. Inc.6 • 09:30 Highly Linear Electro-optic Polymer Based Traveling Wave MMI-fed Directional Coupler Modulator. We proposed a new approach to modulate the beam phase of propagating surface Plasmon polariton (SPP) wave by in-plane diffractions. combining background-free detection with the absence of non-resonant background and linear dependence on sample concentration. Cesar Jauregui1. Invited CF1C. Bingguang Zhang2.  1Electrical and Computer Engineering. Poland. Three-dimensional characterization of MEMS with 7 micron axial resolution is demonstrated. Kyushu University. USA. Alan Wang 2. 2School of Physics. We present a compact. Colorado State University. USA.5 dB/cm loss at 1550 nm. Michele Casella1. Kjeld Eikema1.2.  1Seoul National University. and high-spatialfrequency enhancement for “higher-order-pump. The laser threshold was reduced to 334 μJ with a new solid-state host matrix and a short laser cavity. 2Oxford University.6 • 09:15 Frequency-doubled Supercontinuum for Scanning White-light Interferometry. Timothy M. Beomsuk Lee 1. Yongjun Lim1. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität. David J. We study phase-sensitive image pre-amplification versus pumping conditions and number of signal modes. Vrije Universiteit. United Kingdom.  2National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. 1Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering. Padma Gopalan3. USA. The result indicates the bunching of two SSPPs. Seung-Yeol Lee1. University of WisconsinMadison. CF1A. Lin Li2. Nihon University.00μm2 were examined for frequency selective signal tansfer.V. 1Physics. CF1B • Novel Application of Nonlinear Optics—Continued CF1B. Republic of Korea. 1Electrical Engineering. Mario Marconi1. We demonstrated a Nd3+ complex doped solid-state polymer laser. Muthiah Annamalai 1. CF1A. USA. Thomas Gottschall1.5 • 09:00 Balanced-detection Raman induced Kerr effect microscopy.  1U. The films were poled to a stable d33 of 35 pm/V. USA.4 • 08:45 Fiber Optical Parametric Frequency Conversion: Alignment and Maintenance Free All-fiber Laser Concept for CARS Microscopy. USA. We demonstrate a method to eliminate Doppler effects in femtosecond pulse excitation using coherent control. The College of New Jersey.6 eV isomeric transition in the 229Th nucleus is currently the sole candidate for such an extension.  3Materials and Manufacturing Directorate. Germany. Devices with planar footprints as small as 1. Hiroaki Yoshioka1.  1Institute of Applied Physics. Jorge Rocca1. Jens Limpert1. The extension of coherent state manipulation and precision laser spectroscopy and metrology from atomic to nuclear states would be a tremendous advance in fundamental physics research. Canada. Daisuke Maeda3.S. USA. Italy. Mario Chemnitz1. Benjamin Dietzek2. Michael Nielsen 1. Amir Hosseini 3. China. Tobias Meyer2. Japan. Andreas Tünnermann 1. Xingyu Zhang 1. Its low threshold enables LD pumping operation. Carmen Menoni1. Ltd. Wataru Iwasaki2. Itan Barmes1. Ivan Kassamakov2. Japan. Akito Fujikake1.” “nonzero-wavevector-mismatch” cases. Beuth University of Applied Sciences. Oregon State University. Wenfang Sun2. 2Physics. Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. QF1D • Engineered Plasmonic Surfaces—Continued QF1D. Ray T. Che-yun Lin 1. broadband source with tunable repetition rate working in the visible/near-infrared for scanning white-light interferometry. USA. so as to steer SPP beam property. both pulses are emitted from a single fiber end with intrinsic synchronization. CLEO: QELSFundamental Science CF1C • EUV Metrology— Continued CF1C. Jürgen Popp2. We see image improvement by pre-amplification. 1Physics. Giulio Cerullo1. Finland. This enables high-precision direct frequency comb spectroscopy using significantly simplified setups and is compatible with XUV applications. We introduce balanced-detection Raman-induced Kerr effect microscopy as a new powerful coherent Raman imaging technique. Yunjing Li2. Goëry Genty1..Friday. which is the evidence that the quantum interference of SSPPs is bosonic. Pritchett1. Edward Haeggström2. Naoto Namekata1. Since the pump and Stokes wavelengths are generated by four-wave-mixing.  3Nissan Chemical Industries. USA. Dario Polli1. Nanjing University. We propose that the array of plasmonic faced folded rods (FFR) enhances transmission of light in a narrow metallic slit. values of 4. Go Fujii1.4 • 09:00 Z-scan Measurements of the Excited State Absorption Cross Sections of a Benzothiazolylfluorenylethynyl-Substituted Terpyridyl Platinum(II) Complex. Philipp Kukura2.4 • 08:45 Table-top Time-resolved Extreme Ultraviolet Nano-holography Scheme. Martin Baumgartl1.1-ns and 21-ps pulses. 2Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. CF1A. The functionality is shown by the use of optical microscopy which provides far-field intensity images. We present the development of a parametric all-fiber laser source for CARS microscopy. Vikas Kumar1. 3Materials Science and Engineering. Military University of Technology.  3Omega Optics.2 × 10-17 cm2 were obtained for the singlet and triplet excited-state absorption cross sections of a novel terpyridyl platinum(II) chloride complex at 532 nm. 2Institute of Optoelectronics. USA. and the SFDR of 110±3dB/Hz2/3.5 • 09:00 Toward a Nuclear Optical Clock. Stefan Witte1. Yuta Saito3. We describe the implementation of a time-resolved high resolution Fourier holographic imaging system. Yuji Oki1.6 • 09:30 Doppler-Free Two-Photon Direct Frequency Comb Spectroscopy With Coherent Control. 1Institute of Quantum Science.7 • 09:30 Impact of Phase-Sensitive-Amplifier’s Mode Structure on Amplified Image Quality. China. University of Texas at Austin. Abdul Y.  2University of Helsinki.0 × 10-17 cm2 and 4.  1LaserLab.  1College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Joy E. QF1D. Yukihiko Yamashita2. Spatial resolution below 100 nm and temporal resolution of 1 ns may be achieved utilizing a compact table-top extreme ultraviolet laser.2Hitachi Chemical Co. University of Texas at Arlington.5 • 09:00 Frequency Selective Vertical Nanoplasmonic Interconnects. Japan. A nanoscale silicon plasmonic device was examined for vertical integration of nanoplasmonic circuits through vertically coupled ring resonators.. Marco Marangoni1. Haley3. Daiji Fukuda2. Germany. Tao Li1. We have demonstrated the quantum interference with single surface plasmon polaritons (SSPPs) excited via single-photons. Prem Kumar2. Chromophore-functionalized polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane (POSS) was blended with a polycarbonate host and spin cast into films with < 1. Japan. Politecnico di Milano.4 • 08:45 Steering Surface Plasmons on Metal Surface. CF1B. Cristian Manzoni1. Chen1. Johannes Schleusener2. Erik B. Brown1..  1Georgia Tech. Elezzabi1. Corey Campbell 1..  2Institut für Photonische Technologien e. the 3-dB electrical bandwidth of 10GHz.  2School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. Nanjing University. USA. University of Alberta. Northwestern University. Przemyslaw W. QF1D.5 • 09:15 Nonlinear Optical Characterization of Chromophore-functionalized POSS Nanoparticles in a Polymeric Host. North Dakota State University. Shuichiro Inoue1. 11 May Room A1 Room A2 Room A3 Room A4 CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1A • Organic Emitters and Absorbers—Continued CF1A. Piotr Ryczkowski1.

Aephraim Steinberg1. Masaya Notomi1. Ni3. Amir Feizpour1. Falk Eilenberger1. Shinji Matsuo2. Japan. Takahide Sakamoto2. This nonlinear spectral reshaping is measured and analyzed.indd 6 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Spain. 2UC Davis.k. We spectrally resolve the light scattered by a single InAs semiconductor quantum dot and analyze the relative contribution of elastic and inelastic scattering processes. Sylvain Combrié1. CF1F.6 • 09:15 Nonlinear Spectral Symmetry Breaking of Light Bullets in Waveguide Arrays.  1CORE/TPN. 2Telecom ParisTech. Université d`Angers. Technion.7 • 09:30 Bright single photon emission from a quantum dot in a circular dielectric grating. Erwan Pincemin 1. Kay Schuster2.7 • 09:30 Incoherent Embedded Solitons. 4Institute for Systems based on Optoelectronics and Microtechnology. University of Rochester.5 • 09:15 A Novel Double-Sided Multiband DirectDetection Optical OFDM System with Single Laser Source. Ulrich Röpke2. France. 1Physics.  1Thales Research & Technology. Hideaki Taniyama1.  1University of Toronto. M. Israel. Please review all four pages for complete session information. Oren Cohen1. 1Natl Inst Info & Commctn Tech. USA. Edilson L. He3. Yuan-Wei Chang2. Stefano Minardi1. Z. Vladimir Skarka2. NTT Corporation. Japan. 3Chinese Academy of Sciences.  1Institute of Photonics Technologies. The experimental results match the simulations well for all the signal bands. Thomas Pertsch1. Luca Sapienza1.5mm-long) Photonic Crystal waveguides.  2Universita di Ferrara. demultiplexing ultrafast and high-spectral-efficiency OTFDM signals with improved orthogonality.55 μm from a biexciton of a single quantum dot coupled with a photonic crystal nanocavity. The picosecond and picojoule pulses used here and the absence of Raman-induced frequency shift are peculiar of this new nonlinear material. J. de Araujo 1. Niu3.  2Maryland NanoCenter. Y. Japan. Yves Jaouën 2. University of South Florida. Marcelo Davanco1. Maxim Kozlov1.55-μmtelecom-band single photon source. Herve Leblond2.  2Laboratoire de Photoniques d’Angers. Alex Hayat1.Room A5 Room A6 Room A7 Friday. Purcell enhancement of five times is demonstrated. Cid B. Shih2. QF1G. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Muhammad Danang Birowosuto1. Jhih-Heng Yan1.  1Institute of Applied Physics. Stefano Trillo2. Canada. Tradeoffs between suppressed multi-photon probability and Purcell enhancement are investigated. Abbe Center of Photonics. Hisashi Sumikura1. 11 May CLEO: QELSFundamental Science QF1E • Quantum Optics Using Quantum Dots—Continued QF1E. Eindhoven University of Technology. Raphaël Le Bidan3. QF1E. and demonstrate it theoretically on quantum dot electron spins by mapping the state including energy and spin into a photon. USA. Institut Telecom.5 • 09:00 Three-dimensional spatial solitons in CS2. CF1F.6 • 09:15 Resonant biexciton quantum-dot cavity coupling and its potential for a fast 1. France. NTT Corporation. Fu-Lien Cheng2. H. Hartmut Bartelt2. USA. M. Cherenkov radiation and Soliton Self Frequency Shift are reported in (1. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität.4 • 08:45 Enhanced Probing of Fermion Interaction by Weak Value Amplification. We investigate the wavelength dependence of the diffraction on Light Bullets. QF1G. Germany.1. We report a fast and Purcell-enhanced single photon source at 1. USA. Serkan Ates1. Jens Kobelke2. Julie Karaki1. Coherent mismatching between signal and local combs is mitigated. Antonio Badolato3. Andreas Tuennermann1. Yu3. Andreas Muller1. 1NTT Basic Research Laboratories. France Telecom. Stefan Nolte1. Incoherent embedded solitons display distinctive power spectrum and coherence properties. France. Kai-Ming Feng1. We propose here a simple method to estimate carrier frequency offset (CFO) in a polarization-multiplexed coherent OFDM (CO-OFDM) system. Orange Labs. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Taiwan. 3Telecom Bretagne. This dependence gives rise to spatiotemporal coupling and spatiotemporally modified spectra. J. China. Peiris1. Alexander Szameit1.  1Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology.4 • 08:45 Raman-free Soliton Self Frequency Shift in Photonic Crystal Waveguides. USA. QF1E. We demonstrate a single photon source based on a single quantum dot in a circular grating microcavity and measure a collection efficiency of 10%. We investigate optical coherent matched detection with MIMO equalization implemented. 1Physics. National Tsing Hua University. We proposed and experimentally demonstrated a double-sided multiband DDO-OFDM system requiring only half of the total signal bandwidth in the receiver.  1Departamento de Fisica. 2Institute of Communications Engineering.2. France. University of Maryland. Peter van Veldhoven3. Li3.4. Netherlands.5 • 09:00 Elastic and Inelastic Light Scattering from a Quantum Dot. National Tsing Hua University. Richard Nötzel3. QF1G.. Georges Boudebs2. Walker1. Three-dimensional spatial solitons excited by near-infrared femtosecond pulses in CS2 are demonstrated. Taiwan.  3Department of Physics and Astronomy. Falcao-Filho1. We show that a partially coherent beam can be self-trapped into an incoherent soliton with all its coherent components embedded in the continuum. C. Germany. 2NTT Photonics Laboratories. USA. Brazil. 3COBRA Research Institute. Universidade Federal de Pernambuco. CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1F • Coherent Communications—Continued CF1F. We propose a scheme for weakvalue amplification of probing a single-fermion interaction. QF1E. CLEO: QELSFundamental Science QF1G • Spatial and Temporal Solitons—Continued QF1G. Kartik Srinivasan1. 2University of Texas at Austin. France. 207 CLEO2012 Friday. Technical University of Madrid. Pierre Colman1. Italy.3 • 08:45 Frequency Offset Estimation in a PolarizationMultiplexed Coherent OFDM system stressed by chromatic dispersion and PMD. Alfredo De Rossi1. Kumarasiri Konthasinghe1.4 • 09:00 Coherent Matched Detection with Multi-InputMulti-Output Equalization for Demultiplexing/ Demodulation of Orthogonally Time/Frequency Domain Multiplexed Signal.2.  2Institute of Photonic Technology. The propagation of such stable solitons is allowed due to the presence of the fifth-order nonlinearity which prevented the catastrophic collapse. Institut Telecom.

  3Dept. Chang-Hong Shen1. we report a self-powered TFT panel (30X40cm2) by integration of sputtering/non-toxic Se vapor selenization CIGS solar cell (conversion efficiency of 8%) and high electron-mobility (172 cm2/V-s) micro-crystalline (uc)-Si TFTs.  1Applied Physics. Hao-Chung Kuo 2. Ori Katz1. France. Pedro J.4 • 08:45 Digital Petri Dish for On-chip Cell Monitoring. Stefan Nolte 1.2 • 09:00 CIGS solar cell integrated with high mobility microcrystalline Si TFTs on 30X40 cm2 glass panels for self powered electronics. The devices operate in continuous-wave mode near 3254nm with a total light output of 7. 1Department of Electrophysics. Simon Stützer1. Tien-Chang Lu2.  2Department of Physics. Eran Small1. Inc. A new concept for focusing light through a randomly disordered media is demonstrated. of Electrical Eng. We design and fabricate an on-chip spectrometer based on random arrays of scatterers. University of Waterloo. Narrow ridge waveguide (5um) laser diodes were fabricated using type-I InGaAsSb/AlInGaAsSb quantum well active regions on GaSb. optofluidic microscopy and self-imaging digital Petri dish platform. Barrios1. INSA.4. KaungHsiung Wu1. Hui Cao1. Christian Vanneste2. Tsung-Ta Wu1. Huang2. USA. Tutorial CF1I.2. Brandon Redding1. degree from Zhejiang University. We demonstrate random lasing emission in AlGaAs suspended membrane randomly perforated with subwavelength circular holes.Friday. Currently. Geunmin Ryu1. CF1J • Photovoltaics Fundamentals and Concepts— Continued CF1K • Short Wavelength Quantum Cascade Lasers— Continued QF1H. Industrial Technology Research Institute. and Computer Science.3 • 09:15 Ultrafast Pump-probe Spectroscopy of Carrier Relaxation Dynamics in Cu(In.  4UPS. Ultrafast pump-probe spectroscopy of Cu(In. Guoan Zheng1 1 1 and Changhuei Yang . QF1H. boosting the spread of a wavepacket. We report an output power of 62mW in an interband cascade laser operated cw at room-temperature (T = 20°C). France. Ksenia A. Antoine Monmayrant3. USA. and a threshold current density as low as 320A/cm2. CNRS. For the first time. Takayoshi Kobayashi1. Wavelength tuning of 85nm between 3190nm and 3275nm was achieved at room temperature. Tsampikos Kottos2. CF1J. all in electrical engineering. Jia-Min Shieh1. University of Maryland. Taiwan. Room temperature. Caltech. allowing us to dramatically reduce the device size without sacrificing spectral resolution. Fu-Liang Yang1. National Chiao Tung University. Asher Friesem1. Changhuei Yang1.  1Institute of Applied Physics. Olivier Gauthier-Lafaye3. In his PhD career. ESPCI Paristech.  3College of optics and Photonics. Fedorova 1.2LPMC. James Gupta1. Canada. 1National Nano Device Laboratories. Sophie Bonnefont3. Results show how by placing the randomly scattering media directly into a laser cavity tight focusing is accomplished in less than 600ns. Physics and Mathematics. China in 2007 and his M. Alexei Baranov 2. USA. Andrew Bezinger1. We observe superballistic transport in optical lattices where a finite disordered region embed. CNRS. Yong-Hang Zhang1. Shivakiran Bhaktha2. CF1J. His expertise is in biomedical optics and micro/nano technologies. CF1J. Yu-Hsiang Huang2. Taiwan. external cavity Quantum Cascade Laser for the use in compact spectroscopic gas sensing system. Taiwan. Multiple scattering of light increases the effective optical pathlength.S. Jing-Jing Li1. Spectrallyresolved imaging of the lasing emission allows identifying lasing modes in the diffusive regime. United Kingdom. including the digital Petri dish. Andreas Tünnermann 1. Roland Teissier2. A pulsed voltage bias method is used to accurately measure the external quantum efficiency (EQE) of multi-junction solar cells by controlling the electrical and optical coupling between subcells. including digital in-line holography. Taiwan.5 • 09:00 Ultra-compact High-resolution On-chip Spectrometer Based on Random Nanostructures.Ga)Se2 thin films was performed. CF1K. We will discuss the design strategies and recent developments of chip-scale microscopy approaches. Room-Temperature Operation. with an internal loss of 4.Ga)Se2 Thin Films.6 • 09:15 Observation of super-ballistic transport in hybrid ordered/disordered photonic lattices. USA. Philip Waldron1. France. Seung Ah Lee1. Hsueh-Ju Chen 1. USA.2Department of Photonics and Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering. Taiwan. Nicolas Bachelard1. Demetrios N. National Chiao Tung University. 11 May Room A8 Room B2 & B3 Room C1 & C2 Room C3 & C4 CLEO: QELSFundamental Science QF1H • Disordered and Random Media—Continued QF1H. Inc.S. Tomasz Kruczek1. Christodoulides3. USA. Patrick Sebbah1.7 • 09:30 Random laser in totally disordered 2D GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructures.  3Maxion Technologies. Jeyran Amirloo1. University of Central Florida.Ga)Se2-based solar cells. degree from California Institute of Technology in 2008.5 • 09:15 62 mW Output Power. Guoan Zheng received his B. 1Weizmann Institute of Science. he is a PhD student in the Biophotonics Lab at Caltech.4 • 08:45 Focusing through disordered media inside a laser cavity. We demonstrate the ability to image confluent cell cultures with 6 mm × 4 mm filed-of-view and ~0. Nir Davidson1. Simarjeet Saini2. USA. Micha Nixon1. 208 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. Edik Rafailov1. Che-Hsuan Huang2. QF1H. Bau-Tong Dai1. Mario Dagenais1. Alexander Szameit1. 1Electrical Engineering.  3Compound Semiconductor Solar Cell Department.3275 nm tuneable. France.ded into a periodic structure acts as a light source of constant flux.9cm-1.  1Arizona State University.indd 7 4/9/12 1:28 PM . CW Interband Cascade Laser. Shih-Chen Chen1.  1National Research Council of Canada. 2Agiltron. Canada.4.  2Institut d’Électronique du Sud. Wesleyan University.7 µm resolution by using the proposed platform. Germany. University of California. CF1K. University of Dundee. It could correlate to efficiency of Cu(In. CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1I • Optofluidics: “Lab on a Chip”—Continued CF1I..  3LAAS. USA. CNRS / Université Montpellier 2. France.  1Electrical and Computer Engineering. CF1K.  1Institut Langevin.4 • 09:00 Continuous-Wave Operation of Type-I GaSbbased Narrow Ridge Waveguide Lasers near 3254nm. he developed many innovative tools for biological imaging. Guoan Zheng1. external cavity InAs/AlSb Quantum Cascade Laser. He was the recipient of Lemelson-MIT Caltech student prize in 2011 for his contribution on cost-effective microscopy solutions. Université Toulouse. We have found the non-radiative recombination dominated at room temperature.4. Israel. Yale University. USA.4mW at 20°C (uncoated facets). We demonstrated a room temperature. Yaron Silberberg1. Chenming Hu3. Next Generation Solar Cell Division. Green Energy and Environment Research Laboratories. We report a digital Petri dish platform for on-chip cell monitoring. His current research interest is to use computational optical sensing and imaging methods to develop cost-effective high-throughput microscopy modalities. Caltech. Yu-Kuang Liao. and has over 18 peer-reviewed publications and 6 patents. USA. National Chiao Tung University. 1School of Engineering. tuneable. Jung Y.5 • 09:00 Chip-scale Microscopy Imaging.  2Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Waterloo Institute of Nanotechnology. Xiaoze Ou1. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität.4. subpixel optofluidic microscope and plasmonic darkfield aperture.4 • 09:30 Accurate measurement of the external quantum efficiency of multi-junction solar cells. Jing Ma2. Françoise LozesDupuy3.6 • 09:30 3190 . Fred Towner3.  2Department of Photonic & Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering.

France.  2Institut Carnot Cirimat.6 • 09:30 High Energy Amplifier Similariton Laser Based on Integrated Chirally-coupled Core Fiber.5 • 09:00 Complete spatio-temporal characterization of collimated high-power femtosecond lasers. Chi-Hung Liu2. Jan Petykiewicz1. Gary Shambat1. We show how to correct phase fluctuations in the fiber interferometer. John L.2. Adams2. Such saturable absorber offers advantages such as ease of fabrication and robustness to optical damage under high intensities. USA.  1Physics department. Dennis Gardner1. Alexis Fischer 1. USA. Arka Majumdar1. and show lasing with high output efficiency (>0. 1Central Research Laboratory.3. Ian A. Simon Lefrancois1. Takahiro Sugiyama1. Japan. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages.3 • 08:45 Efficient Lasing with Nanocrystal Quantum Dots Using Purcell Effect to Overcome Auger Recombination.  2Berkeley. CF1M. Mahmoud Chakaroun 1.6 • 09:30 Lasing action from organic two-dimensional planar photonic crystal microcavity. CF1M • Photonic Crystals I— Continued CF1M. Kapteyn2. We theoretically investigate the use of small mode-volume cavity in overcoming Auger recombination in NQDs by Purcell enhancement.  1Physique haute intensité. Richard L. Wise1. Bosheng Zhang1. JILA. Margaret M. CF1L. Susumu Noda2. Alejandro Giacometti2.9).2Laboratoire de Photonique et Nanostructures 6 LPN / CNRS. Andrea C. USA. Kazuyoshi Hirose1. Daniel E. We demonstrate increased accuracy and precision in the reconstruction of the multidimensional phase of electromagnetic fields based on multiple spectral shearing interferometry measurements made with shears of an arbitrary magnitude. Francois Gourdon 1. USA. University of Colorado at Boulder and NIST. Valentin Gallet1. Fabien Quéré1.  3Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. we apply SEA TAPDOLE to collimated beams. 209 CLEO2012 Friday. CNRS. Emmanuel Flahaut2. University of Maryland College Park. Matthew E.25 fJ/ bit energy consumption. France.5 • 09:15 Stretched-Pulse Mode-locking using a Mechanically Exfoliated Graphene Saturable Absorber. Gregory Barbillon1. Lasing in organic 2D photonic crystal microcavity is investigated under optical pumping of Alq3:DCJTB as a gain medium. the lowest of any optical transmitter to date. We fabricate double-wall carbon nanotube polymer composite saturable absorbers and demonstrate stable Q-switched and Mode-locked Thulium fiber lasers in a linear cavity and a ring cavity respectively.  2Insitut de Ciencies Fotoniques.6 nJ/pulse.  1Applied Physics. Tawfique Hasan1. We present an amplifier similariton laser based on chirally-coupled core fiber. Azzedine Boudrioua1. Sosnowski 2. ultrafast images.  3Theoretical Division. USA. James Harris1.Marriott San Jose Salon I & II Marriott San Jose Salon III Marriott San Jose Salon IV Friday. Zhe Jiang1. USA. Los Alamos National Laboratory. Japan. Walmsley1. Seaberg2. CF1M.6 • 09:15 Generalized Multishearing Interferometry for the Complete Multidimensional Characterization of Optical Beams and Ultrashort Pulses. Dennis Gardner2. Almantas Galvanauskas 3. United Kingdom. Murnane1.75) and high spontaneous emission coupling factor (>0. Barber3. USA. Daniel E. We present a novel analysis and demonstration of Fresnelregime (near field) CXDI with a tabletop 13 nm high harmonic generation source. United Kingdom. France. Tomas Sarmiento1. Martin1.indd 8 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Marie Mayer2. Spain. Clarendon Laboratory. Cambridge University. CF1L.  1Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers. Université de Toulouse. CF1L.  1Engineering Department. Shilpi Gupta1. We demonstrate stretchedpulse modelocking using a saturable absorber fabricated by mechanical exfoliation of graphene. Felice Torrisi1. CEA. Sophie Bouchoule 2. Cornell University. Margaret M.  1Center for Integrated Nanotechnology. Please review all four pages for complete session information. Edo Waks1. Sandberg1.. We demonstrate coherent diffraction imaging (CDI) using the projected image of an aperture as a support. Hamamatsu Photonics K. Japan. Los Alamos National Laboratory. Adam S. Kyoto University. Matthew E. Fengqiu Wang1.2. UPS. CF1N.4 • 09:00 Ultrafast Direct Modulation of a Single-Mode Photonic Crystal Nanocavity Light-Emitting Diode. Henry C. Shinji Yamashita1. 1The University of Tokyo. France. Seaberg1. Jeanne Solard1. Jens Biegert2.5 • 09:15 Effects of Non-Lasing Band in 2D Photonic Crystal Lasers. USA.. K. Leigh S.  1Stanford University. We demonstrate an integrated pump-signal combiner for chirally-coupled fibers.  3Institut Carnot Cirimat. which is essential in this configuration. Ferrari1. CF1N • Ultrafast Fiber Lasers— Continued CF1N. Wyatt1. Henry C. 11 May CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1L • High Harmonic and Diffractive Imaging—Continued CF1L.7 • 09:30 Fresnel-regime coherent diffractive imaging with with a 13 nm high harmonic source. Yoshitaka Kurosaka1. We demonstrate an electrically driven single mode photonic crystal cavity LED with record speed of operation (10 GHz) and 0. Eugene Haller2. Murnane2.4 • 09:00 Double-wall carbon nanotube Q-switched and mode-locked two-micron fiber lasers. Nathalie Fabre 1. Kapteyn1.  2Arbor Photonics Inc. France. Jelena Vuckovic1. which leads to the generation of weak dual-veined beam patterns. Frank W. Daniel Popa1. The resonant mode of the microcavity was measured at 662 nm with a threshold of 0. This method is strikingly simple and allows CDI imaging of non-isolated objects in transmission and reflection. University of Colorado at Boulder. USA. Materials Physics and Applications Division. INP.4 • 08:45 Coherent Diffraction Imaging with an Apertured Illumination Support. Thomas S. USA. CF1M. Adams1. Wonbae Cho1. University of Michigan. Bryan Ellis1. Chirped pulse energies up to 60 nJ are obtained with compressed durations below 90 fs. Akiyoshi Watanabe1. 1Electrical and Computer Engineering. CF1N. We found that the non-lasing band may scatter the laser beam despite wavenumber mismatch. We investigate the effects of a non-lasing band in photonic-crystal lasers.  2Department of Physics and JILA. Zhipei Sun1. 2Department of Electronic Science and Engineering. To obtain complete spatio-temporal characterizations of high-power femtosecond lasers. Coherent x-ray diffractive imaging (CXDI) is a powerful technique for wavelength-limited.  1Departmet of Physics. Amos Martinez1.

  1The Edward S. Nanyang Technological University.  1Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Spain. Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1.7 • 09:45 Excitonic energy transfer dynamics in hybrid organic/inorganic nanocomposites at high loading levels. Hilmi Volkan Demir1.6% rms over 14 hours using intracavity frequency-doubling in opticalparametric-oscillator synchronously pumped by a Yb-fiber laser. Yan Wang1. University of Neuchâtel. Burak Guzelturk1. 10:00–10:30 Coffee Break. Turkey. Vladimir Dolgovskiy1. The structure consists of a planar antenna-array that facilitates super-focusing due to “radiationless interference”. Temperature dependent exciton migration in the hybrid nanocomposites of conjugated polymers chemically integrated with quantum dots is studied at high loading levels.  1LTF.  3School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. We demonstrate a tunable picosecond source providing up to 3. George V. Nikola Bucalovic 1. Pedro Ludwig Hernandez Martinez1. Switzerland. Rogers Sr. ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences. Tunable. Canada. QF1D • Engineered Plasmonic Surfaces—Continued QF1D.Friday. Turkey.7 • 09:45 Experimental Validation of a Simple Approximate Relation Between Laser Frequency Noise and Linewidth. Gianni Di Domenico1. We propose an optical probe configuration capable of 2D sub-diffraction imaging at a large working distance at visible frequencies. Ossi Kimmelma1. Spain.  2Chemistry. Helmy1. University of Toronto.2.8 • 09:45 Plasmonic Antenna-Array for 2D Sub-Diffraction Focusing Beyond the Optical Near-Field. Stéphane Schilt1. 11 May Room A1 Room A2 Room A3 Room A4 CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1A • Organic Emitters and Absorbers—Continued CF1A. Donus Tuncel 2. Suddapalli Chaitanya Kumar1. Amr S. Singapore. 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CLEO: QELSFundamental Science CF1C • EUV Metrology— Continued CF1C.3. Eleftheriades1.indd 9 4/9/12 1:28 PM . with a power stability of 1. Bilkent University. Pierre Thomann1. The underlying interplay between the exciton transfer and diffusion is revealed.8 • 09:45 Watt-Level.  2Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA). agreeing within the experimental uncertainty with the actual value over a wide range of linewidths. We present an experimental validation of a simple geometrical approximation of the laser linewidth calculated from its frequency noise spectrum. Bilkent University. Fiber-Laser-Pumped Picosecond Parametric Source For The NearInfrared. 1Nonlinear Optics-Optical Parametric Oscillators. Christian Schori1. CF1B • Novel Application of Nonlinear Optics—Continued CF1B.5 W over 752-860 nm.

CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1F • Coherent Communications—Continued CLEO: QELSFundamental Science QF1G • Spatial and Temporal Solitons—Continued QF1G. We present an analysis of nonlinear coupling between fibers. Skolnick1. We propose a device architecture for an in-plane network of optically connected quantum dots. Aarhus University.8 • 09:45 Planar Waveguide Architecture for the Implementation of a Network of Optically Controlled Quantum Dot Spin Qubits. Keiding3. Carsten L. Ole Bang1. Gopal4. Sørensen1.3Department of Chemistry. 10:00–10:30 Coffee Break. Univeristy of Sheffield. Wills Physics Laboratory. University of Bristol. Thomsen2.  1Physics and Astronomy. Søren R.Room A5 Room A6 Room A7 Friday. Wasley1. France. 3CRHEA-CNRS. 2NKT Photonics. Denmark. Andrew J. Each dot resides at the intersection of two orthogonal waveguides which transmit the full polarization of an emitted photon to another node. Christian Agger1. United Kingdom. Ramsay1. Achanta V. United Kingdom. We will also present simulated supercontinuum from concatenated fiber systems.Continued redshift between silica and soft-glass fibers. 4Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.8 • 09:45 Nonlinear matching of Solitons . India.indd 10 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Simon T. We introduce the nonlinear coupling coefficient and investigate solitons coupling from one fiber into another. 2H. Maxime Hugues3. Thijssen2. Sachin Kasture4. 211 CLEO2012 Friday. Arthur C. 11 May CLEO: QELSFundamental Science QF1E • Quantum Optics Using Quantum Dots—Continued QF1E. Maurice S. Denmark.H. Department of Photonics Engineering. Luxmoore1. Please review all four pages for complete session information.  1DTU Fotonik. Isaac J. Denmark. Mark Fox1. Concourse Level NOTES ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Nicholas A. Technical University of Denmark. Ruth Oulton2.

Xiang He 1. A new method has been developed to fabricate chirped grating for type-II optically pumped tunable DFB lasers with a reduced longitudinal variation. S.Friday. USA. R. University of Michigan. Alumina reflector shows angle selective scattering overcoming transparency vs photocurrent tradeoff in transparent photovoltaics. Concourse Level NOTES _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 212 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday.  1CHTM. Pei-Cheng Ku1. USA.  1Electrican Engineering and Computer Science. Air Force Research Laboratory. High scattering is obtained at 45 degree incidence giving high photocurrent maintaining transparency.indd 11 4/9/12 1:28 PM . CF1K • Short Wavelength Quantum Cascade Lasers— Continued CF1K. Over 80 nm of continuous tuning has been achieved around 3.1 micrometers.7 • 09:45 Widely Tunable Optically Pumped Mid-IR DFB Laser.5 • 09:45 Angle Selective Transparent-Photovoltaics using Anodized-Alumina. Nanditha Dissanayake1. Steven Benoit 1.  2Directed Energy Directorate. University of New Mexico. 11 May Room A8 Room B2 & B3 Room C1 & C2 Room C3 & C4 CLEO: QELSFundamental Science CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1J • Photovoltaics Fundamentals and Concepts— Continued CF1J. 10:00–10:30 Coffee Break. Brian Roberts1. USA. Brueck1. Ron Kaspi2.

Aaron Maxwell Andrews1. Japan.indd 12 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Takahide Sakamoto1. Elvis Mujagic 1. We report the first reflection-mode coherent diffraction imaging using a tabletop short wavelength light source.7 • 09:45 High Peak Power Pulse Generation Using Mach-Zehnder-Modulator-Based Flat Comb Generator Combined with Chirped Pulse Amplifier. University of Colorado. 10:00–10:30 Coffee Break. We demonstrated generation of ultrashort optical pulses with a peak power of 2.8 • 09:45 Tabletop Reflection Mode Coherent Diffractive Imaging of Periodic Nano-Structures with 100 nm Resolution. Adams1. Yasuaki Tamura2. Concourse Level NOTES ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Japan. 1Institute for Solid State Electronics. Daniel E.Marriott San Jose Salon I & II Marriott San Jose Salon III Marriott San Jose Salon IV Friday. Vienna University of Technology. Matthew D. CF1N • Ultrafast Fiber Lasers— Continued CF1N. Sang Il Ahn 1. Ltd. A novel imaging scheme can probe metalic nano-pillar arrays with ~100 nm resolution. Kapteyn1. Peter Reininger1. Isao Morohashi1.7 • 09:45 Increased Detectivity and Operation Temperature in Photonic Crystal Slab Quantum Well Photodetectors. Bosheng Zhang1. Please review all four pages for complete session information. Werner Schrenk1. This enhancement is the combined effect of increased responsivity and noise current reduction. CF1M • Photonic Crystals I— Continued CF1M. Shusei Aoki2. Tetsuya Kawanishi1. Seaberg1. Margaret M. Detectivity enhancement up to 20 times is achieved by fabricating a quantum well infrared photodetector as a photonic crystal slab. Gregor Lasser2.  1National Institute of Information and Communicatinos Technology. 1Physics and JILA. Austria. Vienna University of Technology. Hermann Detz1. Austria. Masahiro Oikawa2. 11 May CLEO: Science & Innovations CF1L • High Harmonic and Diffractive Imaging—Continued CF1L.. 213 CLEO2012 Friday.  2Optohub Co.  2Institute of Telecommunications. Roman Gansch 1. Iwao Hosako1. Murnane1. Henry C. Tobias Zederbauer1. USA.. Stefan Kalchmair1. Gottfried Strasser1.5 kW by combining a Mach-Zehnder-modulator-based flat comb generator with a chirped pulse amplifier.

Martin E. Michel Lefebvre1.2 • 11:00 Rainbow-colored photonic bandgap structure fabricated by holographic lithography.  2Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA). Leindecker2. Saïda Guellati-Khélifa1. Kelley Rivoire1.  14th Physics Institute. Kavita Devi1. Katsuhiko Miyamoto1. Diederik Wiersma1. Sweden. 10:30–12:30 CF2B • Optical Parametric Oscillators Valdas Pasiskevicius. Presider CF2B. Israel. frequency purity are studied and compared to the specifications for spectroscopy. Rym Bouchendira1.  3IMRA America Inc. Gilad Lerman1. Marco Marangoni2.2. The results show the great potential of slow-light waveguide for enhanced light-matter interaction and quantum information processing. Baolai L. CF2A. Fermann3.  1ICFO-Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques. Martin E. Jianfa Zhang1. Georg Kobiela1.L. Haakestad2. Jean-Baptiste Dherbecourt1.  2Politecnico di Milano. USA. providing 2. Chee Wei Wong1. Invited CF2C.1 mJ was achieved. Hayden2.1 • 10:30 Trapping the Light Fantastic. 214 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. nested cavities OPO for spectroscopy in the 3. Japan.or Tm-fiber laser. Haifeng Hu1. Stanford University. We report a novel architecture for cw OPOs based on antiresonant ring interferometric cavity coupling. Interferometrically Coupled Continuous-Wave Optical Parametric Oscillators. Jean-Michel Melkonian 1. Avner Yanai1. François Biraben1. and simple to realize.2 • 10:45 2D metallic photonic quasicrystals.Friday. Kavita Devi1. isotopic CO2. Pierre Cladé1. USA. Harald Giessen1. The comb is based on a Raman shifted Yb:fiber laser and difference frequency generation.1 • 10:30 Frequency Comb Synthesizer Tunable from 3 to 10 μm. Spain. All-optical Switching in Phasechange Metamaterials. frequency tuning.indd 13 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Netherlands.2. leading to a unique rainbow-colored reflection image in the same viewing angle. CF2B. Inc. Italy. Italy. Japan.95 W of idler. Alfredo De Rossi2. Sonia Buckley1. Axel Ruehl1. Norway. Maximum 2 μm optical vortex pulse energy of 2. We measured the angle. CF2B. fiber laser pumped. Presider CF2C. Strong coupling between single QD and PhC localized mode is observed and theoretical modeling is performed.1-5. Nick C. Germany. Antoine Godard 1. traps for light waves for solar energy applications and innovative lighting. USA. for 23.  1Columbia University. Adolfo EstebanMartin1.2. all-optical switching in a phase-change metamaterial delivers high-contrast transmission and reflection modulation at visible and infrared wavelengths in device structures only ~1/8 of a wavelength thick. University at Buffalo. Presider Invited CF2A. Jie Jiang3.3 • 11:15 Chalcogenide Glass Photonics: Non-volatile.3. We will discuss the possibilities offered by disorder in photonics to create extremely efficient.2 • 10:45 Fiber laser pumped.3 • 11:00 New determination of the fine structure constant and test of the quantum electrodynamics. Takashige Omatsu1. Sylvain Combrié2. Spain.8 µm. single frequency. We present experiments as well as theoretical modelling for 2D metallic photonic quasicrystals. and CNR-INO Complex Photonics Group.4 • 11:15 Milli-joule level 2μm vortex pulses from an optical vortex pumped optical parametric oscillator. Behrad Gholipour1. Fermann3.5 µm range. We demonstrate a mid-infrared frequency comb of unprecedented tunability covering the entire 3-10 μm fingerprint region. USA. Francesco Riboli1. This result is deduced from the h/m ratio measurement on Rb atoms. We report a mid-infrared optical source based on a microsecond. 1Chiba University. University of Stuttgart. together with 2. Sachio Miyagi1. QF2D. providing two pairs of signal/idler waves with independent tuning and arbitrarily close wavelength separation. nested cavities.  1Electrical Engineering. United Kingdom. Hebrew university of Jerusalem. 1ICFOInstitut de Ciencies Fotoniques. Alireza Marandi2. Meir Grajower1. Feras Al-Saab1. Matteo Burresi1. Qiaoqiang Gan1.  3University of California at Los Angeles. France. KTH. Spain.6×10−10. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. The State University at New York. Gaelle Lehoucq2. 1Applied physics. 2Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA). Jelena Vuckovic1. Venkata Ramaiah-Badarla1. France. Yu Tokizane1. USA. Uriel Levy1. We report a holographic photopolymerization technique to fabricate a polymeric photonic bandgap structure whose period varies gradually along the length of the structure. Stanford University.2.1. optical parametric oscillator. Jie Gao1. Huffaker3.  2School of Chemistry. Taximaiti Yusufu1. Diana L. Presider QF2D. We report a new value of the fine structure constant with a relative uncertaintity of 6. Masaki Yamada1.3 • 11:00 Multiply Resonant Photonic Crystal Cavities for Nonlinear Frequency Conversion. Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1. Bi-directional. CF2C. in the corresponding spectral ranges of 2. We demonstrate successful use of antiresonant ring interferometer for optimum output coupling in a continuous-wave singly-resonant OPO. 10:30–12:30 QF2D • Plasmonic Gratings and Photonic Crystals Martin Husnik. Alexander Cartwright1. Brian E. Alessio Gambetta2. Kevin Vynck1. We study light transmission through circular metallic grating under radial/azimuthal polarization illumination and observe strong polarization selectivity and a resonance behavior making it attractive for applications relying on radial polarization. 2Thales Research and Technology. Dan W. We show characterization of structures with two resonances nearly degenerate in frequency and demonstrate structures with resonances separated by up to 592 nm.  1European Lab for Nonlinear Spectroscopy (LENS). 1Laboratoire Kastler Brossel. Ingmar Hartl3. Magnus W. Non-volatile. University of Southampton.and polarization-dependent optical properties. CLEO: QELSFundamental Science 10:30–12:30 CF2C • Optical Combs and Spectroscopic Applications Chad Hoyt. Suddapalli Chaitanya Kumar1. We demonstrate high energy 2 μm optical vortex pulse production from an optical vortex pumped hemispherical optical parametric oscillator. 1Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology.. France. McGill University. Bethel University. USA.2 W of pump power. Germany. François Nez1. CF2B.  2E.7-3. 2CREST.. MacDonald1. Zheludev1. Ingmar Hartl3.  1ONERA. United Kingdom.3 • 11:00 Dual-Wavelength. 11 May Room A1 Room A2 Room A3 Room A4 CLEO: Science & Innovations 10:30–12:30 CF2A • Light Trapping & Resonators Zetian Mi.2 • 10:45 Broadband Intracavity Molecular Spectroscopy with a Degenerate Mid-IR OPO. Canada. Christina Bauer1. Myriam Raybaut1. QF2D. USA. 1Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. CF2A. We describe a photonic crystal nanocavity with multiple spatially overlapping resonances.7 and 3.0 . Adolfo Esteban-Martin1. University of Florence. 1FFI (Norwegian Defence Research Establishment). and methane is performed inside the cavity of a degenerate OPO pumped by an ultrafast Er. Konstantin Vodopyanov2.28 W of signal.  3IMRA America. Kevin F.1 • 10:30 Light Transmission Through Circular Metallic Grating Under Broadband Radial and Azimuthal Polarizations Illumination. University of Southampton. microsecond. confirming our model based on spatial Fourier-transformation and dispersion. Suddapalli Chaitanya Kumar1. Ginzton Laboratory. bi-directional. Jessica Barrientos-Barria1. Spectroscopic detection of water. Nikolay I. USA. Huina Xu1. Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1. QF2D. Hewak1. Power. Liang3.4 • 11:15 Strong coupling between single quantum dot and localized mode in photonic crystal waveguide. 1Optoelectronics Research Centre. Kjeld Eikema1. Spain.1 • 10:30 Interferometrically Output-Coupled Continuous-Wave Optical Parametric Oscillator. Ke Liu1.

Mario Napolitano1. We demonstrate a reconfigurable quantum photonic circuit with eight phase shifters. Ding1. Morgan W.4 • 11:15 Single Shot Two Dimensional Spectroscopy of Photo-bleachable Molecules. Armando Perez-Leija1. Tai Tsuchizawa 3. QF2F. Germany. France. Ronald Holzwarth1. Our optimized solutions demonstrate volume reduction of up to 6. Stefan Weyers2. Alberto Peruzzo1. Thomas Udem 1.6dB of metrologically-relevant squeezing. Sewell1. violate Bell inequalities. Harald Schnatz2. Weizmann Institute of Science.2 • 10:45 Monolithically-integrated polarization-entangled photon pair source on a silicon-oninsulator photonic circuit.1 • 10:30 A Reconfigurable Photonic Chip for Generating. QF2G. Sang1. Dane E. Sei-ichi Itabashi3. Randolf Pohl1.2. Parthey1. INRS-EMT. Universite Paris Diderot et CNRS. Presider 10:30–12:30 QF2F • Integrated Quantum Devices Andrew White.  1NTT Basic Research Laboratories. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. France. Israel. compared to the best current design for three-photon microscopy. 2Aeronautics and Astronautics. Peter Shadbolt1. Yehiam Prior1. United Kingdom. We present a new approach for optimizing a 3D non-paraxial volume for multiphoton florescence microscopy. Robert T. Japan. 2Physics. thus gaining in simplicity and speed. QF2F. Australia. QF2E. Jonathan Matthews1. Ido Kaminer1. Christian G. 2ESPCI ParisTech. Alexander Szameit2. Nobuyuki Matsuda1. Weizmann Institute of Science. CREOL. E. Marco Koschorreck1. USA. QF2E. Janis Alnis1. Presider QF2G. 215 CLEO2012 Friday.2. O’Brien1. We present a polarization-entangled photon pair source fully integrated on a silicon photonic circuit.3Department of Plant Sciences. Stefan Droste1. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Mitchell1. We present results for controlled optical collisions of cold neon atoms in the (3s)3P2 metastable state trapped in a magnetooptical trap (MOT). USA. Kinast1. Wu1. Kun Huang1.4 • 11:15 Generating polarization entangled photons onchip using concurrent type-I and type-0 processes. QF2E. Presider QF2F. QF2G. Israel.1 • 10:30 Two-dimensional infrared imaging by frequency upconversion at few-photon level.2 • 10:45 Spin-squeezing of a large-spin system via QND measurement. Anthony Laing1. we demonstrate a generation of polarization-entangled photons.4 • 11:15 Atom Interferometry via Raman Chirped Adiabatic Passage. Haifeng Pan1. 1ICFO Institut de Ciències Fotòniques. Xiaorong Gu1. Christodoulides1. Inc.2. We demonstrated few-photon-level infrared imaging at 1040 nm by coincidence frequency upconversion with a high conversion efficiency of 31%. Demetrios N. University of Cambridge. Thompson1. and ground. 1CQP.  1The C.2 • 10:45 Phase conjugation based on backward difference-frequency generation: a novel scheme. We show that backward difference-frequency generation can be exploited to achieve phase conjugation in a second-order nonlinear medium.  2PTB. Griffith University. Amr S. We demonstrate coherent transfer and interference using RCAP.3 • 11:00 Optimization of the 3D non-paraxial illumination volume for multiphoton florescence microscopy. S. Jonathan Nemirovsky1. 10:30–12:30 QF2G • Nonlinear Optical Processes Lucia Caspani. Saleh1.3 • 11:00 Observation of Anderson co-localization of spatially entangled photon pairs. David L. generating −2.indd 14 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Laban1. Toshifumi Watanabe3. Israel. Hanna Le Jeannic1.3 • 11:00 Highly stable remote clock comparisons via 920 km optical fiber for precision spectroscopy of atomic hydrogen. Lane Martin1. Robert Keil2.  1University of Toronto.3. Japan. Perfect entanglement is achievable through appropriate epi-structure design. Ayman F. Alberto Politi1. Rohan Glover1. Andrey Shalit1. Hiroki Takesue1. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena. Theodor Hänsch 1. James Clavert1. Naeimeh Behbood1. Vibrational spectra of highly photo-bleachable molecules are measured. Laboratore Kastler Brossel.3Laboratoire Mate riaux et Phe nomenes Quantiques.  1State Key Laboratory of Precision Spectroscopy. Johnson1. Technion.2. The full imaging was implemented without any scanning devices. 1Chemical Physics Department. Our calculation shows that a reflectivity of close to 100% is achievable from a 1 mW laser. Weizmann Institute of Science. Canada.2Institute of Applied Physics. Arthur Matveev1. Timmons1. Richard E. Brian P. We demonstrate spin squeezing and entanglement in a large-spin system. Heping Zeng1. A novel technique to generate polarization entangled photons using concurrent type-I and type-0 processes in a monolithic chip is discussed.1 • 10:30 Optical collisions in a metastable neon MOT. USA.A. 1Electrical & Computer Engineering.Room A5 Room A6 Room A7 Friday. 1Physics Department. Jeremy L. Alexander Brandis3. Lehigh University. We reference high-precision spectroscopy on atomic hydrogen measured with an uncertainty of 4×10-15 to a remote Cs-fountain clock using a 920 km actively noise-compensated fiber link. Israel. 1The college of Optics and Photonics. Yujie J. Using two silicon wire waveguides connected with a silicon polarization rotator. Manipulating and Measuring Entanglement and Mixture. Radojevic1. Spain. Maria Rodas Verde1. China.. Katharina Predehl1. David M. East China Normal University. Robert J. Giovanni Di Giuseppe1. Butts1. Joseph M.5. Helmy1. Germany. Mordechai Segev1. Iddo Pinkas2. University of Bristol. and generate singlephoton mixed states. USA. Hiroshi Fukuda 3. 11 May CLEO: QELS-Fundamental Science 10:30–12:30 QF2E • Cold Atom Jakob Reichel. Australia. Axel Beyer1. Mirko Lobino1. We make projection-noise-limited QND measurements of laser-cooled rubidium atoms in the f=1 groundstate. Please review all four pages for complete session information. Gesine Grosche2. Yasuhiro Tokura1. 2Department of Chemical Research Support. Dongpeng Kang1. France. Germany. We use this device to generate and characterise maximally entangled two-qubit states. QF2E. 1Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics. 3NTT Microsystem Integration Laboratories. Mark G. Draper Laboratory. QF2G. Abouraddy1.and excited-state dynamics is observed by single shot four wave mixing enabled using a novel geometrical mapping of the delay times in the beams. Bahaa E. Krish Kotru1. Canada. Koji Yamada3. Antonije M. Practical atom interferometric sensors may benefit from robust atom optics based on Raman chirped adiabatic passage (RCAP). and discuss expected enhancement of interferometer stability. We report the first observation of Anderson colocalization of spatially entangled photon pairs propagating through random optical waveguide lattices with controllable off-diagonal disorder. Nikolai Kolachevsky1. Stoner1. Brice Dobust1. Burghard Lipphardt2. QF2F. University of Queensland. United Kingdom.  1Centre for Quantum Dynamics.

Nikola Alic2. Liu1. Ningfeng Huang1. As solar cells exceed 25% efficiency. CF2J. Gnauck1. Marco Secondini 1.  1Mechanical Engineering. CF2J. Technion . T0 and T1. We present experimental observations of self-collimation effect in photonic crystal superlattices consisting of photonics crystal region and homogeneous media. the key behind the recent single-junction efficiency record of 28. Jeremy D. Surprisingly. USA.  2Center for Energy Nanoscience. Inclusion of gain is shown to modify the underlying dispersion law. Asger Mortensen1. Denmark. University of Wisconsin-Madison. USA.P. University College London. Taiwan. 50-MHz supervisory channel for chromatic dispersion monitoring of variable-bandwidth flexpaths. The approach yields a structure with a 40. The magnetic field induces highly degenerate Landau levels and band gaps in between them. USA.  3AdTech Optics.and Nanotechnology. Simultaneous wavelength conversion and channel drop operation for 112 Gb/s polarizationmultiplexed QPSK signals is demonstrated by using a single SOA-MZI controlled by an optical gate signal. Berkeley. Sciences Dept. A guided random walk algorithm is used to obtain optimized aperiodic structures. Chung-Jen Chung2. Myriam Raybaut1. Stojan Radic2.. thereby degrading the slow-light enhancement. Owen D. P. Bill P. University of California.  3University of Delaware. CF2I.2.  1Department of Photonics Engineering. Luke J. Mohammad Reza Chitgarha1. S. Cai 1. Presider CF2K.  2Tel Aviv University. USA.8 absorption enhancement factor. Columbia University. 2Department of Mechanical Engineering. Antti-Pekka Jauho 3. 216 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. 1Physics.3 • 11:15 Fundamental limitations to gain enhancement in slow-light photonic structures. ETHZ. Kuo2. 2Intraband. National Chen Kung University.  2Center for Micro/Nano Science and Technology. CLEO: Science & Innovations 10:30–12:15 CF2I • Optical Signal Processing Michael Dennis. We propose and study the design of a tunable optical infinite-impulse-response filter based on conversion/dispersion delays.2 • 11:00 Near-field observations of self-collimation in photonic crystal superlattices. Using a novel transport model based on density matrix. Chee Wei Wong1. a new injector design for Mid-IR quantum-cascade-lasers is presented that improves laser performance. David J. Tom Earles2. Owen D. Serdar Kocaman1. Pin-Chun Hsieh1. Sciences Dept. Germany.  3Department of Micro.  2Electrical Engineering & Comp. of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Shin1. Chenxi Lin1. USA. Longitudinal stress reduces the stimulatedBrillouin-scattering threshold in a silica-fiber parametric amplifier. Yamac Dikmelik1. Design guidelines are presented to alleviate the effects of the inherent system propagation delay. Presider Invited QF2H. Nyan L. DTU Mekanik. Denmark. Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.2. Two different ultrastrong coupling Quantum Cascade laser designs and their modified versions with two taller electron exit barriers are compared experimentally to study the influence of such taller electron exit barriers on the device performance. Chun-Chieh Chang1.4 • 11:15 Tunable Complex-Weight All-Optical IIR Filter Design based on Conversion/Dispersion Delays.4 • 11:15 Limiting Efficiencies of Tandem Solar Cells for III-V Nanowire Arrays on Silicon Substrates.1 • 10:30 The Opto-Electronics which Broke the Efficiency Record in Solar Cells. Jae C.  2Institute of Applied Physics. Haney3.3 • 11:00 Effect of aperiodicity on the broadband reflection of silicon nanorod structures for photovoltaics.4 • 11:15 Time-resolved spectral characterization of a pulsed external-cavity quantum cascade laser.  2UCSD. Fengwen Wang 2. 1University of Southern California. We introduce computational inverse design to optimize nano-scale surface textures for light trapping.4-Gbaud 16-QAM Signal using Highly Nonlinear Silica Fiber. Eli Yablonovitch1.1 • 10:30 Comparison Study of the Influence of Taller Electron Exit Barriers on the Device Performance for Ultra-strong Coupling Quantum Cascade Laser Designs. USA. Presider CF2J. low OSNR penalty is measured. 10:30–12:30 CF2K • Quantum Cascade Laser Design & Characterization Claire Gmachl. N. USA. Claire Gmachl1.2. The characteristic temperatures for threshold and slope efficiency. J.2.. 1Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. Mikael C. Technion Israel Institute of Technology. Salman Khaleghi1. United Kingdom. Xinran R.1 • 10:30 Strain-induced Band Gap and Effective Magnetic Field in Photonic Crystals.  4Center for Functional Nanomaterials. Aung1. US Army Research Laboratory. allowing ditherless pumping.  1Dept. Italy. Xiaojun Wang3. USA. Berkeley. France. R. USA. Dan Botez1. 1Material Sciences Division. QF2H. Povinelli1. Numerical results reveal that randomness is beneficial for small nanorod sizes.2. Alcatel-Lucent. Brookhaven National Laboratory. Antoine Godard1. Ningfeng Huang1.4%.  1ECE. Yawei Yin1. LLC. Michelle L. USA. Mawst1. QF2H. Yilmaz1. CF2K. Kirch1. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena. DTU Fotonik. USA.  1Princeton University. USA. USA.indd 15 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Omer F. Results on automatized optimization of laser design using genetic algorithms are also shown. Jesper Mørk1. Rechtsman1. Miller1.3 • 11:00 Tapered Active-Region Quantum Cascade Lasers for Virtual Suppression of Carrier-Leakage Currents.6-dB penalty. Dinu2. J. 11 May Room A8 Room B2 & B3 Room C1 & C2 Room C3 & C4 CLEO: QELSFundamental Science 10:30–12:30 QF2H • Periodic Materials Phenomena Meir Orenstein.  3Photonics Group. The time-resolved spectrum of a pulsed external-cavity QCL is obtained thanks to sum-frequency mixing with nanosecond pump pulses with a variable delay. Eli Yablonovitch1. We use electromagnetic simulations and detailed balance analysis to calculate limiting efficiencies of tandem solar cells consisting of III-V nanowires on silicon. Jean-Michel Melkonian 1. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.1 • 10:30 Wavelength Shifting of a 21. USA. A. We study the effect of aperiodicity on silicon nanorod anti-reflection structures. Claudiu Biris3. Johns Hopkins University. Italy. photon management becomes far more important than electronic properties.  1Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering. Moshe Tur2. toward the genetic optimization of the laser design. Gianluca Meloni 1. Denmark. Geisler 1.  1Bell Labs. Results show monitoring optimization tradeoffs and dispersion measurements for a 400-GHz flexpath with up to 100-km link lengths. Luca Potì2. Alfredo Bismuto1. Scott1. the highest reported for a high-index material in the full-wave domain.2 • 10:45 Novel injector schemes for Mid-InfraredQuantum-Cascade-lasers. University of California.  2Electrical Engineering & Comp. 1Onera. reach values of 231 K and 797 K over the 20-60oC range CF2I. Nicolae Panoiu3.4-Gbaud 16-QAM signal with less than 0. 1Material Sciences Division. CF2I. Israel. 1Solid State Institute. Michel Lefebvre1. M. Evgeny Myslivets2. Frequency chirps and mode hops spanning over 30 GHz are observed. 2CNIT. Presider CF2I. Peter Q. Johns Hopkins University.2. CF2J.Friday.2. Alan Willner1. Michelle L. UC Davis. Israel. Solid Mechanics.Israel Institute of Technology. We exploit an inband. Princeton. Roberto Proietti1. USA. Winzer1. Jen-Yu Fan3. Ole Sigmund2.2. We optimize the nanowire structural parameters and provide general design guidelines. A quantum-cascade laser design for effectively suppressing carrier leakage is demonstrated. We present a non-perturbative analysis of light-matter interaction in active photonic crystal waveguides in the slow-light regime. This enables phase conjugation of a 21. We show that a certain inhomogeneous strain induces an effective magnetic field in photonic crystals that have Dirac points. Chenxi Lin1. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. USA. Johan Petit 1. University of Southern California. Antonella Bogoni2. Ming Lu4. Giampiero Contestabile1. 10:30–12:30 CF2J • Next-Generation Photovoltaics I Meredith Reed. Jure Grgic1. Claudio Porzi 1. Jopson1. Mordechai Segev1.2 • 10:45 Inverse Design of a Nano-Scale Surface Texture for Light Trapping. DTU Nanotech. University of Southern California. Israel.3 • 11:00 All-Optical Switching for Dynamic Wavelength Routing of 100G Pol-Mux QPSK data. Pierre Bouzi1. USA.2. Miller1. Vidya Ganapati1. USA. Ben Yoo1. Switzerland. USA. H. USA. M. USA. CF2K. CF2K. Ryan P.  1University of Southern California. maximizing external fluorescence increases efficiency. Alexander Szameit2.2 • 10:45 Spread-Spectrum Chromatic Dispersion Monitoring Technique for Flexible Bandwidth Channels. After coherent detection. Povinelli1. Michael W.  2Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Johan Raunkjær Ott 1. USA.

USA. USA..3 • 11:00 Clad-Pumped YDFLs Operating in the 11501200 nm Range. Bartoli1. CF2M. Hiroshi Murata1. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. This work demonstrates homodyne and heterodyne phase-locking. Moti Fridman1. Chunte A.  1Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. White3.  1INRS-EMT.. Kuang-Yu Hsu1. Yongkang Gao1. Beibei Zeng1.3. 10:30–12:30 CF2N • High Power Fiber Lasers and Beam Combining John Minelly. Suguru Akiyama1.  2Department of Electrical Engineering. Michal Lipson2.2 • 10:45 Optical Cross Correlator in a Silicon Waveguide. George Rakuljic2.4 • 11:15 External-Cavity Cr4+:YAG Double-Clad Crystal Fiber Laser. Vadim Smirnov 2. Yoshitomo Okawachi1. California Institute of Technology. USA. Osaka University. Dong-Yo Jheng1.3. Amnon Yariv1. Canada.4 • 11:15 25-Terahertz-Bandwidth Optical Temporal Differentiator Based on a Wavelength-Selective Directional Coupler. Howard W. is imaged using SNOM. Rapidly chirped optical waves reduce SBS in fiber amplifiers. Junichi Takahara2. CF2L. Josuke Ozaki1. Presider CF2N. Lee1. Masahiko Imai1. Dvoyrin1.  1Department of Physics Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). We report the first experimental demonstration of active coherently combining of fiber laser arrays with multiplexed volume Bragg gratings up to 70W combined output power with diffraction limited beam quality achieved at 82% combining efficiency.3. Yasuyuki Okamura1. 217 CLEO2012 Friday. Medvedkov2.3.3. Russian Academy of Sciences. France. New electro-optic switches composed of Au/LiNbO3 coupled structures with slot-antenna arrays are proposed. guided on a gold nanowire incorporated in a PCF. Hengameh Navirian 2.  1Institute for Physics and Astronomy. Mona Jarrahi1. Japan. Graduate School of Engineering Science. The near-field profile of a quadrupolar plasmon mode.3. Germany. Graduate School of Engineering. An optical temporal differentiator with a record operation bandwidth of ~25 THz is demonstrated based on a wavelength-selective directional coupler.  1Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics. CF2N. new plasmonic switches are obtainable.3. Sheng-Lung Huang 1. Leonid Glebov3. 3Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science. USA. Japan. CF2M. 1Department of Applied Physics and Materials Science.  2National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. 2Chosun University.3. CF2N. Hiroyuki Takahashi1.2.2. Japan. We developed a high-speed Mach-Zehnder modulator with the shortest phase shifter (100-μm length) reported so far. 1160 and 1180 nm wavelengths at 35.1 • 10:30 Phase-Locking and Coherent Power Combining of Linearly Chirped Optical Waves. Germany. National Taiwan University. 1Systems Innovation.5 W of output power. Our modulator exhibited 25-Gbps eye-openings with an extinction ratio of 4. Taiwan.3. Roman Shayduk2. Presider CF2M. Schmidt1. Ying-Jie Chen1. Takeshi Akagawa1. Hideaki Okayama1. Plasmonic grating electrodes enable ultrafast. Arseny Vasilyev1. Germany. Cornell University. Russian Federation. A photoconductive terahertz emitter based on a long-carrier lifetime semiconductor is demonstrated experimentally. CF2N. Marc Herzog1. Leak-free focusing is proposed using nonsymmtric double nanorings. Angel Flores1. An optical Gaussian pulse with a bandwidth of ~500 GHz is successfully differentiated. USA. Irina T. Naoki Hirayama2. Markus A.3. University of Michigan. Tatsuya Usuki1. Yevgen Goldshteyn2.3 • 11:00 Leak-free Focusing of Propagating Surface Plasmon Waves Using Non-symmetric Double Nanorings. of linearly chirped optical waves using acoustooptic frequency shifters. CF2M. CF2L.  2Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie. Sorokina1.3 • 11:00 25-Gbps Operation of Silicon p-i-n MachZehnder Optical Modulator with 100-μm-Long Phase Shifter. Osaka University. José Azana1.  1Air Force Research Laboratory. Wolfram Leitenberger1. A 100 ps synchrotron pulse of hard X-rays is shorted to few picoseconds by exploiting coherent phonon dynamics in a thin metallic SrRuO3 layer. Please review all four pages for complete session information. USA. We demonstrate clad-pumped YDFLs operating at the 1147. Republic of Korea.3. and no any polarization-controlled element was used. 2OptiGrate Corp. USA. operation at 1200 nm was realized for the first time. Japan.4 • 11:15 New Electro-Optic Switch Using Symmetric Five-Layer Plasmonic Waveguide with LightCoupling Slot-Antennas.1 • 10:30 Plasmonic Photoconductive Terahertz Emitters Based on Nanoscale Gratings. USA. Dimitry Khakhulin 3. University of Potsdam. CF2L. Cornell university. USA.  1Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Chien-Chih Lai1. Matias Bargheer1. Oleg I. University of North Carolina at Charlotte. A first pump-probe experiment with the shortened X-ray pulse is presented. 11 May CLEO: Science & Innovations 10:30–12:00 CF2L • Ultrafast Devices Presider TBD 10:30–12:30 CF2M • Plasmonics and LightMatter Interactions Vasily Astratov.2 • 10:45 Coherent Beam Combination of Fiber Laser Arrays via Multiplexed Volume Bragg Gratings. We present a technique for performing single-shot optical cross-correlations in a silicon waveguide and show that it can be applied to the cross correlation of two 300-fs signals. Michael Wulff3. Japan. Tae-Jung Ahn2.  1applied physics. Filbert J. Tsuyoshi Horikawa2. National Taiwan University.3.3 dB and on-chip insertion loss of 4. USA. Peter Gaal1. Masashi Takahashi2. Norway. CF2L. Taiwan. Cornell University.  2Fiber Optics Research Center.1 • 10:30 Ultrafast switching of hard X-rays.  2School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Yoshiji Noguchi2. Russell1. USA.  3European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF). André Bojahr1. Coherent Inc. Jeffrey O. USA. Alexander Gaeta 1. enabling higher output powers. Lehigh University. USA. Yen-Sheng Lin1. 2Applied Physics. Philip S. Berry1. Michael Menard2. Hoe-Seok Jeong2. Vladislav V.Marriott San Jose Salon I & II Marriott San Jose Salon III Marriott San Jose Salon IV Friday. Naresh Satyan1. 1Russell Division.2 • 10:45 Direct SNOM of quadrupolar plasmon mode selectively excited on gold nanowire in PCF. Christopher W. Uebel1.1Photonics Electronics Technology Research Association. William Roach 1. Utilizing selective coupling to the SPP even mode by antennas and its control by electro-optic effects. Patrick S. A single focal spot could be obtained at the geometric center through the constructive interference of two anti-propagating SP waves by breaking the geometrical symmetry. Takeshi Baba1. 3CREOL/UCF. respectively.7 dB. and coherent combining. without need for a short-carrier lifetime substrate. Erik Bochove 1.  2Telaris Inc. Stephane Clemmen1. The mode is excited by phase-matched coupling from an adjacent glass core. An external-cavity and laser-diode-pumped Cr4+:YAG double-clad crystal fiber laser was demonstrated with a threshold pump power of 69 mW. It was polarized with a 30:1 extinction ratio. 21 and 10.  3Army Research Laboratory. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light. high quantum efficiency operation. Lu1. Ming Li 1 .indd 16 4/9/12 1:28 PM .3.  3Institute for Photonics-Electronics Convergence System Technology.2.

The three-cornered hat method was used to calibrate the stability of fiber-based frequency.3. Marko Loncar1. Ronald L. Germany. and high frequency pulse train engineering in synchronously-pumped optical parametric oscillators based on synchronized retro-reflected pumping. Chih-Hao Li2.2 (Experimentalphysik). Janine Riedrich-Möller 1 . The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.6 • 11:45 Tolerance and Tuning of Diffraction-Grating Narrowed Synchronously Pumped Optical Parametric Oscillators. Kaertner1. Poitras1. Yohei Kobayashi1. G. Jan Meijer2. Robin Hegenbarth1. 2Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA). We demonstrate the collimation of Raman scattering by a SERS substrate consisting of optical antennas. György Tóth2. University of Stuttgart. 11N-223. and demonstrate that these polymer cavities are outstanding refractive index sensors (FOM=9190). USA.000 in 410 μ m-circumference ring resonator. 2Department of Experimental Physics. Sindy Tang2. Eden2. We study light scattering by one-dimensional arrays of coreshell nanospheres and reveal the existence of polarization-independent Fano resonances due to the interference of degenerate magneto-electric Mie resonances with Wood’s anomaly of the array. Arpin1. We demonstrate high-Q factor and high confinement silicon ring resonators fabricated by a local oxidation of silicon (LOCOS) process. Germany. the approach can be applied for sensing enhancement and perturbation immune NSOM measurements.2. Israel. Spain. Christian Hepp 1 . Andrew Szentgyorgyi2. Miroshnichenko1. Walsworth2. Coralie F. We demonstrate the use of a genetic algorithm based inverse design technique to target and fabricate helical structures via PnP. Spain.8 • 12:15 Milliwatt-level Mid-infrared Difference Frequency Generation with a Femtosecond Dualsignal-wavelength Optical Parametric Oscillator.3. USA. USA.  2Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. We show that this effect is due to resonant beam geometric adaptation within the cavity.  3Xlim Research Institute. Germany.  1Fachrichtung 7. Burgess1. QF2D. Kansas State University.5 • 11:45 Conjugate Fabry-Perot cavity pair for astrocombs. Yizhuo Chu1. USA. Kevin A. Carl B. Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum. Myriam Raybaut1. Simulations suggest that this scheme improves astro-comb accuracy in the presence of errors from nonlinear fibers. Guoqing Chang 2. Giessen3.6 • 12:00 Coherent dual-comb spectroscopy with frequency combs stabilized by free-running CW lasers. output power enhancement. James W. Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1. 1Cornell University. CF2C. Dutin2. Australian National University.3. Jaime Cardenas1. University of Bath. USA. Jean-Michel Melkonian1.7 • 12:00 High-Q. Li-Jin Chen1.indd 17 4/9/12 1:28 PM . CF2B. University of Pécs. France. Ilya Goykhman1. CLEO: QELSFundamental Science CF2C • Optical Combs and Spectroscopic Applications— Continued CF2C. Chenchen Wang 1 . Australia. 34. Dragomir N. Paul V. Rinne1. We fabricate photonic crystal microcavities in a single crystal diamond membrane and actively tune the cavity modes into resonance with the emission line of color centers in diamond to enhance the emission rate. David F. Harald W.  3Experimentalphysik IV. We experimentally demonstrate locking of a laser frequency to a resonance line of a micro disk resonator. University of Tokyo. Andrey M. Guoqing Chang1. France.5 • 11:30 Actively Mode-Locked Optical Parametric Oscillator Using Low-Frequency Phase-Modulation. Brian R. CF2A. Daniel Dregely3. We report on mid-infrared difference frequency generation with a dual-signal-wavelength femtosecond optical parametric oscillator. 1Applied Physics. Gabor Furesz2. 4University of California Santa Barbara.1 pm shifting detection. 1EECS. Germany. Akira Ozawa1.7 • 12:15 Accurate Fiber-based Acetylene Frequency References. Tom Bradley2. generating 533ps and 230ps pulses at 80MHz. Nick Langellier2. Crozier1. CF2B.7 • 12:15 Self-referencing Multimode Photonic Microresonator. Webber2. Corwin1. Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1. 2Stanford University. 1ISSP.  1ICFO-Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques. Pierre Wiltzius4. 2Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA). We achieved up to 1. MIT. respectively. Phillips2. CF2A. Low Index-Contrast Polymeric Photonic Crystal Nanobeam Cavities. Kaertner 2.5 • 11:30 Photonic Crystal Microcavities in Single Crystal Diamond for Color Center Coupling.6 • 12:00 Frequency Locked Micro Disk Resonator for improved Sensing resolution and overcoming perturbations in NSOM measurements. Qimin Quan1.3. Liron Stern1. Franz X. Griffith1.4 • 11:30 Spectrally flat. Jinkang Lim1.  2Massachusetts Institute of Technology. J. Kristan L. CF2B. Daniel Floyd1.1° FWHM angle perpendicular to the strips is measured. Neshev1. DESY and University of Hamburg. Hung-Wen Chen1. 1ONERA . broadband visible-wavelength astro-comb. USA. and a 2×10-12 stability at 0. USA. Wheeler2. 1Harvard. Naoya Kuse1. QF2D. Uriel Levy1. Germany. USA.  1Physics. USA.the French Aerospace Lab. 12:30–13:30 Lunch Break (on your own) 218 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday.8 • 12:15 Polarization-independent Fano resonances in one dimensional arrays of core-shell nanospheres. We demonstrated coherent dual-comb spectroscopy with two Yb-fiber lasers phase-locked to each other by using free-running CW lasers. Franz X. Nathalie V.  1Harvard University. 14th Physics Institute and Research Center SCOPE. Physikalisches Institut. We present the realization of high-Q (Q=36000) polymeric photonic crystal nanobeam cavities made of two polymers that have an ultra-low index contrast. Christoph Becher1. Universitaet des Saarlandes. We propose a new mode-filtering scheme for astrocombs using two Fabry-Perot cavities: a “conjugate Fabry-Perot cavity pair”. A ~6. USA. Universitaet Augsburg. We achieve an intrinsic quality factor of 525. Matthias Schreck3. Fetah Benabid2. Kavita Devi 1. Sebastien Pezzagna 2 . Ronald L. CF2C.Friday.7 • 12:00 Synchronized retro-reflection-pumped femtosecond optical parametric oscillator. We report active mode-locking of a continuous-wave optical parametric oscillator in doubly.1 s is obtained. Université de Limoges. Ian B.  1Harvard UniversitySEAS.  1ICFO-Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques. An all-fiber based acetylene frequency reference is achieved with ~100 kHz accuracy. Laura Kipfstuhl 1 . USA. Line-narrowing of a synchronously-pumped OPO using an intracavity diffraction grating leads to a fivefold increase of the resonator-length detuning tolerance. The relative timing/ phase jitter was strongly suppressed. QF2D • Plasmonic Gratings and Photonic Crystals—Continued QF2D. Harvard University. 3Center for Free-Electron Laser Science. Adolfo Esteban-Martin1. Here we report that a self referencing mechanism can be achieved by simultaneous excitation of both fundamental and 2nd order micro disk optical resonance modes. Stefan Gsell3. Boris Desiatov1. David F. QF2D.5 • 11:45 High quality factor and high confinement silicon resonators using etchless process. Germany. János Hebling2. Phillips1. We demonstrate a practical technique for pre-oscillation threshold reduction. Austin G. CF2A.2 mW average power at 42 MHz at wavelengths tunable between 11 and 18 µm. United Kingdom. Suddapalli Chaitanya Kumar1. Michael Grogan2.  1Department of Materials Science & Engineering. Kivshar1. Achieving 1±0. Wei Liu1. Alexander Glenday1. Spain. We furthermore show their inversion into other functional materials and their application as chiral metamaterials. USA. Galvin2. resulting in comb resolution after coherent averaging. Japan. Yasha Yi1. Harald Giessen1. Andy Steinmann1. Walsworth 1. Antoine Godard1.and singlyresonant configuration using direct low-frequency electro-optic phase-modulation. We demonstrate a broadband visible-wavelength astro-comb enabled by: (1) dispersion-managed FOCR for green-to-red source-comb generation and (2) complementary chirped-mirror pairs for constructing broadband Fabry-Perot filtering cavities. Hungary. CF2B • Optical Parametric Oscillators—Continued CF2B. 1Nonlinear Physics Centre and Centre for Ultrahigh-bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS).  2RUBION. CF2C. Chih-Hao Li 1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Braun1. Washburn1. Alexander Glenday2. 11 May Room A1 Room A2 Room A3 Room A4 CLEO: Science & Innovations CF2A • Light Trapping & Resonators—Continued CF2A.3. Martin Fischer3. USA. Thomas C.2. 3University of Hamburg. Universität Stuttgart. a metallic reflector and a 1D grating of metal strips. Matthew W. Germany. Michal Lipson1.4 • 11:30 Design and Fabrication of Helical Structures via Proximity-field Nano-Patterning (PnP) for Application as Chiral Metamaterials. 2Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Dongxing Wang1. Venkata Ramaiah-Badarla1. NYU and CUNY. 2Physics. Cédric LaPorte1. Yuri S. Sidhartha Gupta1. Wenqi Zhu1.6 • 11:45 Collimation of Raman scattering with plasmonic structures. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. Spain. JeanBaptiste Dherbecourt1. Kenneth B.

Dmitry Fishman1. they have been driven optically and electrically. unwanted background from degenerate 2PA outweighs this advantage. USA. of California. We experimentally demonstrate and theoretically explore a spectral imaging system where two spectral sidebands produced through an optical parametric process always have reversed spectral profiles with respect to the center frequency of the pump. in order to prove their potential for highly efficient single-photon emitters. Eric Van Stryland1.5 • 11:30 Large area Sagnac interferometer based on laser-cooled atoms. QF2F. Ido Almog1. Clausthal University of Technology. University of Central Florida. Reversed pyramidal GaAs microcavities with embedded InAs quantum dots have been fabricated.indd 18 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Gerd Leuchs1. 1Institut für Angewandte Physik and DFG Center for Functional Nanostructures (CFN). The competition between multi-frequency Raman generation and four-wave mixing is investigated by studying the spectral properties of the high-order.2. with a Compton frequency higher by a factor of N than a single atom. Matthias Florian1. Christoph Marquardt 1. anti-Stokes orders. Martin B. Germany. We compare GaAs and GaN for IR detection using extremely non-degenerate two-photon absorption. University of Cambridge. University of Waterloo. and demonstrate its fractional self-similar scaling in both space and time. USA. Marcus Eichfelder2. Michael J. QF2G • Nonlinear Optical Processes—Continued QF2G. Ian Farrer2. 11 May CLEO: QELS-Fundamental Science QF2E • Cold Atom—Continued QF2F • Integrated Quantum Devices—Continued QF2F. Jason Ackert1. College of Optics and Photonics. Resham Sarkar1. Jay E.2. Guy Bensky1.  1Northwestern University. We present measurements on electrically generated photons from a quantum dot in an LED structure. USA.5 • 11:30 Tunable Giant Multi-Photon Absorption using Seeded CdSe/CdS Nanorod Heterostructures. For a single quantum dot under excitation with short electrical pulses the dependence of the photon anti-bunching on pulse width and excitation strength is studied in a theory-experiment collaboration. From the inferred spectrum we predict the performance of some dynamical decoupling sequences. Michael Jetter2. QF2E.  1Max Planck Insitute for the Science of Light.2. 2Institut für Halbleiteroptik und Funktionelle Grenzflächen. Germany. Information und Photonik.6 • 11:45 Ultra-High Compton Frequency Atomic Interferometric Gyroscope Using Collective States. Please review all four pages for complete session information.7 • 12:00 Measurement of the system-environment coupling and its relation to dynamical decoupling. Schulz2. Heinz Kalt1. University of Stuttgart. Selim M. Germany. Germany.  1Physics and Astronomy. Peter Berg1. Israel. USA. Singapore. University of Bremen. Ritchie2. 2Institute for Energy Research and Physical Technologies. Nir Davidson1. Contacted via tiny bridges. We observe spatial anomalous diffusion of ultra-cold atoms in one-dimensional dissipative optical lattices. Himansu Pattanaik1. widely tunable in wavelength and bandwidth using resonator enhanced spontaneous down conversion in a crystalline whispering gallery mode resonator. Christian Schubert1. Salter 1. Daniel M. Jonas Nilsson1. Germany. Christian Kessler2. Sharping1. Boaz Ilan1.  1Institut für Quantenoptik. Israel. Shahriar1.  2Cavendish Laboratory.8 • 12:15 Spectral Mirror Imaging in Ultrafast Optical Parametric Processes. Yanfei Tu1. 12:30–13:30 Lunch Break (on your own) Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. showing high entanglement fidelity and two-photon interference visibility. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Christine Silberhorn 1 . United Kingdom. National University of Singapore. QF2E.  1Univ. QF2E. QF2F. David A.7 • 12:00 IR detection in wide-gap semiconductors using extreme nondegenerate two-photon absorption. Sabyasachi Chakrabortty2.  1Division of Physics and Applied Physics. Yoav Sagi1. Guichuan Xing1. Nanyang Technological University. QF2G. making a supersensitive gyroscope. QF2F. Rami Pugatch1. Schaadt1.3. Gunnar Tackmann1.6 • 11:45 Pyramidal Microcavities for Improved Optically and Electrically Driven Single-Photon Sources. We show that a cluster of N atoms can be split and recombined as a single particle. Wolfgang Ertmer1. While the small gap material has larger ND-2PA and hence better sensitivity to IR. QF2G.6 • 11:45 Looking at the Spectra of the Individual Orders Produced in Multi-frequency Raman generation. We present a direct measurement of the bath coupling spectrum in an ensemble of trapped ultracold atoms. W. 219 CLEO2012 Friday.7 • 12:00 Photons on demand from an electrically driven single quantum dot under pulsed excitation. Shields1. QF2G. Dmitry Strekalov 1. QF2E. David Hagan1. both necessary requirements for scalable quantum communication and logic. Fabian Hargart2. Matthias Reischle2. Germany.8 • 12:15 Continuously adjustable narrow-band heralded single photon source. Mayank Chaturvedi1. We present a high resolution atom interferometer gyroscope based on stimulated Raman transitions of neutral atoms. Zheng Cui1. Cameron L. Sven Abend1. Nir Davidson1. Ido Almog1. Giant σ 2-3 orders larger than QDs were achieved. 1Weizmann Institute of Science. Bennett1. Singapore. We present the high efficient generation of narrow-band heralded single photons.2. 1Weizmann Institute of Science. Tze Chien Sum1. Leibniz Universität Hannover.2 . Gershon Kurizki1. Frank Jahnke1. Foertsch1. Fraser Turner1. Scott Webster1.2Institut fuer Optik.2. Cheng Hon Alfred Huan1.Room A5 Room A6 Room A7 Friday. 2Department of Chemistry. Andrea Aiello 1. Ernst Rasel1. Employing three separate interaction zones allows to enlarge the signal while maintaining high compactness. Baolin Tian1. Anthony J. Chenji Gu1. Paul Gartner1. Peter Michler2. Robert Rossbach2. United Kingdom.2. Ward1. Daniel Rülke1. Goren Gordon1.  1Institute for Theoretical Physics. Christopher Gies1. Michael Hetterich1.  1Toshiba Research Europe Limited. by applying a spectrally narrow-band control field.2. Josef Fuerst1. Christoffer Wittmann1. 3Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Mark Stevenson 1.8 • 12:15 Anomalous Diffusion and Fractional SelfSimilarity of Ultra Cold Atoms in One Dimension.5 • 11:30 Electrically generated indistinguishable and entangled photon pairs. Andrew J. Germany. A clear strategy to enhance MPA cross-sections whilst independently tuning the emissive wavelengths of semiconductor QDs using seeded CdSe/CdS nanorod heterostructures is presented. 1CREOL. Yoav Sagi1. Yin Thai Chan2. May Kim1. Donna Strickland1. Canada.

University of Toronto. 1Technion . The University of Sheffield. Army Research Laboratory. Benjamin J. USA. Alexey Belyanin2. Enck1. Marko Loncar2. Switzerland. Simone Borri1.Friday. Our experimental and FDTD analyses also guide our design of a colorimetric indicator for organic liquids. Du3. Bartoli1. Michaël A. Evidence of a strong electric field aiding carrier collection is observed in an n-GaN/i-InGaN/pGaN inverted polarity solar cell structure. and wide-angle absorption enhancement could be obtained. 3Swiss Light Source. Israel. USA. Filbert J. Qiaoqiang Gan2. Philippe Lerch3.  2Institute for Theoretical Physics.  1Laboratory for Micro. Anna V. CF2K. Gallinat1. We show the existence of surface states on both zigzag and bearded edges. USA. Université de Neuchâtel.Israel Institute of Technology. Using this device we implement a DPSK and DQPSK demodulator and an all-optical discrete Fourier transform filter. Harvard University. Dmitry Revin1. 1Columbia University. Arthur J. Kenneth Kennedy1. Nguyen1.3. Lionel Tombez1. Demetrios N. University of Pennsylvania. I-Ping Liu3. Nicolae Panoiu2.  2School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Canada.19% is measured. Switzerland. We examine the properties of multimoded PT-symmetric optical potentials. Jones 1.  1U. Alexander Szameit2. United Kingdom. Peter Friedli1.2.5 • 11:30 Temperature Dependence of the Frequency Noise and Linewidth of a Mid-IR DFB Quantum Cascade Laser.  3San Francisco State University. Australia. Hieu P. Greece.5 • 11:45 Bio-inspired tunable disorder in a 3D photonic crystal via highly controlled partial wetting and drying. USA. detected by pump-probe electroabsorption and THz spectroscopy.S. Andreas Hugi2. CdS. We have demonstrated a coherent-detection architecture for an OCDMA system using only linear optical devices that successfully distinguishes between different users at record-low average power levels of ~30μW. 3Chemical Engineering. We further show that our approach can be used to design multi-level tunable filters. University of Crete.  1Centre for Ultrahigh-bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS). Taiwan. Ryan W.3. Peter Delfyett1. Natalia Malkova3. Joanna Aizenberg2.4 • 11:30 Integrated optical filters based on negativeindex photonic crystals. Eggleton1. Broadband light absorption enhancement is numerically investigated for double plasmonic nanostructures in thin-film OPVs using Ag. USA. 2Institute for Quantum Electronics.1eV) transmission measurements of quantum cascade laser devices based on quantum wells and quantum dashes to determine qualitative and quantitative intersubband gain and waveguide losses. Italy. Zhigang Chen3. 2physics. QF2H. Republic of Korea. QF2H. National Cheng Kung University. CdSe sensitized solar cells were investigated with excitation-wavelengthdependent. complex mode organization.3. Matthias Heinrich2. QF2H. Jochen Schroeder1. We demonstrate a novel spectral pulse shaper based reconfigurable interferometric filter with multiple output ports. A strong increase of the linewidth occurs at low temperature. and display their dispersion-free nature by tilting the input beam. John Cockburn1. Chris Atkins1. 1CNR-INO. Burgess2. time-resolved photoluminescence technique and charge transport model. Harvard University. Monash University. Pablo Cancio1. United Kingdom. Daohong Song3. 1College of Optics and Photonics. Mikael C. Connelly1.3Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering. Joon-Young Kim1. Zetian Mi1. vortices in the transverse power flow. 1Electrical Engineering. large area InGaN/GaN nanowire solar cells on Si. Myeong gyun Kye1. University of Central Florida.2. Taiwan. Texas A&M University.  1Materials Science and Technology Department.7 • 12:00 A Method of Noise Suppression Using Feed Forward Loop for Injection Seeded WDM-PON with Low Injection Power. the required injection power is decreased by 8 dB.  1Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. We present the observation of dispersion-free edge states in a honeycomb lattice.6 • 11:45 Multi-output-port spectral pulse-shaping for simulating complex interferometric structures. Paul Scherrer Institut.5 • 11:30 Polarization Enhanced Carrier Transport in a p-down n-GaN/i-InGaN/p-GaN Solar Cell Structure. A room-temperaturemid-infrared QCL is injectionlocked by a narrow-linewidth comb-linked nonlinear source. Woodward1. Zakya H. Harvard University. Aras1. CREOL. Lowery3. 1Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Germany. Sharad P. University of Central Florida. Canada. Metcalfe1. CF2K. National Taiwan University. Al. USA. CF2J • Next-Generation Photovoltaics I—Continued CF2J. Beibei Zeng1. Andrey Krysa1. Ming Lu3. 11 May Room A8 Room B2 & B3 Room C1 & C2 Room C3 & C4 CLEO: QELSFundamental Science QF2H • Periodic Materials Phenomena—Continued QF2H. Switzerland. Serdar Kocaman 1. This approach is helpful to design semiconductorsensitized and other types of solar cells. which can be drastically improved by reducing the carrier localization and nonradiative surface recombination. Hongen Shen 1. for the first time. McGill University.  1Institute of Physics. CLEO: Science & Innovations CF2I • Optical Signal Processing—Continued CF2I. USA.  1Department of Physics and Astronomy. Pierre Thomann1. Kung-Hsuan Lin1. Multiple PT-thresholds. Vienna University of Technology. Switzerland. Nathaniel T. This current is found to contribute more than 65% to the threshold at room temperature. Chad S. Konstantinos Makris 1. 3Physics Department.  3Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering.8 • 12:15 Direct link of a mid-infrared quantum cascade laser to a frequency comb by optical injection. Valeria Liverini2. Joab Di Francesco1.  2Department of Electrical Engineering. USA. with a frequency noise reduction of 3-4 orders of magnitude. Ramy El-Ganainy 3. An efficiency of ~0. Kafafi1.7 • 12:15 Multimode PT-symmetric optical structures.2Department of Physics and Astronomy.  1Physics. We have demonstrated. Christodoulides4. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Michael Wraback1. Stéphane Schilt1. Academia Sinica.  3Brookhaven National Laboratory.indd 19 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Roelens2. USA. Randa Hassan1. Paul Scherrer Institut.7 • 12:00 Charge Transport of CdS/CdSe Co-sensitized Solar Cells. 3Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering. Bhooplapur1. CF2K • Quantum Cascade Laser Design & Characterization— Continued CF2K. Mathias Kolle2. USA. Sang-Rok Moon1. The State University of New York at Buffalo. Australia.6 • 11:45 Synchrotron Microspectroscopy of Quantum Cascade Laser Devices based on Quantum Wells and Quantum Dashes. We propose a noise suppression method using a feed forward loop for injection seeded WDM-PON to enhance cost effectiveness. ETH Zurich. Liang B. polarization-insensitive. 2University College London. Au. Yonatan Plotnik1. Qimin Quan2. Taiwan. We demonstrate chipscale flat-top filters at near-infrared wavelengths using negative index photonic crystal based Mach Zehnder interferometers.  2Finisar Australia. Chee Wei Wong1. Kenneth A. Blair C. Hans Sigg1. Chang-Hee Lee1. Australia. Temperature dependent transparency current values have directly been extracted from the transmission spectra for the mid infrared quantum cascade laser. CF2J.6 • 11:45 Large Area InGaN/GaN Nanowire Solar Cells on Silicon. USA.6 • 12:00 Observation of dispersion-free edge states in honeycomb photonic lattices.  2Center for Condensed Matter Physics. CF2J. USA. CF2I.5 • 11:30 A Linear Technique for Discrimination of Optically Coded Waveforms Using Optical Frequency Combs. Institute of Applied Physics. Daniel Hofstetter1. We apply synchrotron-based Infrared broadband (0. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität. CF2I. We use highly controlled partial wetting in chemically encoded 3D photonic crystals to study tunable disorder in structurally colored systems. CF2J. Yuh-Lang Lee3. Yongrui Wang2.and Nanotechnology. 12:30–13:30 Lunch Break (on your own) 220 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. The QCL reproduces the injected radiation within [|#24#|]94%. Austria.8 • 12:15 Thin-film Organic Photovoltaics With Double Plasmonic Nanostructures: the Metal Effect. Jerome Faist2. We present the frequency noise and linewidth of a quantum cascade laser measured for the first time with the same device from cryogenic to room-temperature. 4College of Optics and Photonics. are few of the exotic characteristics of multimode PT-Optics. USA. Lehigh University. Shneidman1. 1Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. CF2K. Ian B. Mordechai Segev1. Grace D. A broadband. Yukun Li1. and phase singularities. Yu-Ming Chang2.By using this method. Mehmet S. Rechtsman1.08 . Shuai Zhou1.7 • 12:00 Direct Determination of Transparency Current in Mid-Infrared Quantum Cascade Laser. Randy Tompkins1.

Institute of Applied Physics. Yasushi Fujimoto1. We demonstrate fast switching between picosecond and femtosecond pulse durations from a Cr4+:forsterite laser.1 radians to maintain coherence. Eric Shaner1. 2HelmholtzInstitute Jena. Stephane Calvez2. Stephen M.2. USA. Karl Unterrainer1.  1SUPA School of Physics and Astronomy. 2OptoNet Inc. 3EPSRC National Centre for III-V Technologies. Edward Gonzales1. CF2M. Andreas Tünnermann1. Tapashree Roy1. Shiyong Zhang3.5 • 11:30 Transparent Conductive Oxides for Effective Low-Refractive-Index Ohmic Contact to Nanophotonic Devices demonstrated with Fabry-Perot Lasers.  1Fiber. Wilson Sibbett 1. CF2M. CF2M • Plasmonics and LightMatter Interactions—Continued CF2M. John Reno1.7 • 12:00 Dynamics and Origin of Mode Instabilities in High Power Fiber Laser Amplifiers. United Kingdom. in particular. Philip J.8 • 12:15 Transformation Optics with Planar Metamaterials: Diffraction Grating and Lens. 1EECS. 1Sandia National Laboratories. Crombie1. Ziyang Zhang3.6 • 11:45 Widely and continuously tuneable liquid crystal lasers.  1Electrical and Computer Engineering.6 • 11:45 Intrinsic Speed Limit of Graphene-based Photodetectors. Alexander Urich1. we present measurements of the intrinsic speed limit of graphene photodetectors using ultrashort laser pulses. Yingyan Huang2. Leonid Glebov 1. Weisheng Lu2. The effects of phase errors on lasers coherently coupled by a passive spatially filtered cavity are experimentally measured. United Kingdom. Brown 1. Vadim Smirnov 2. USA. 12:30–13:30 Lunch Break (on your own) Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. CF2N. Morris1. Harry J. Fabian Stutzki1. These results support the thermal origin of this effect. Tatsuhiro Sato3. Florian Jansen1.3Research and Application Laboratory. Northwestern University. Walsh1.5 • 11:30 Measurements of Phase Error Tolerance in Passive Coherent Beam Combining. Tino Eidam1. ShinEtsu Quartz Products Co.  2Faculty of science and Engineering. stable. University of Cambridge. Coles1. University of Sheffield.and Waveguide Lasers. We show that the phases must be kept within approximately ± 0. University of Southampton. An InP based coplanar electrode Fabry-Perot micro-laser utilizing indium oxide as the N-type cladding electrode is demonstrated.indd 20 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Nikolaenko1. Christine Spiegelberg2. of Minnesota. Highly efficient. University of Central Florida. Univ.. We report combining efficiency of >90% for two channels and demonstrate channel scalability to four channels. Dispersive and focusing devices are reported for the first time. University of St Andrews. the creation of a thermally-induced long period grating by the beating of two transversal modes. whilst utilizing a common pump source. Fei Yi1. Seng-Tiong Ho1. Kenneth Kennedy3. In this contribution. We show the possibility of using transparent conductive oxide for the current injection into nanophotonic devices. Erik Bochove3. David A.Marriott San Jose Salon I & II Marriott San Jose Salon III Marriott San Jose Salon IV Friday.5 • 11:30 Electrically-controlled Rapid Femtosecond Pulse Duration Switching in an Ultrafast Cr4+:forsterite Laser. Zheludev1. Please review all four pages for complete session information. Leger1. Cesar Jauregui1. CF2M. Damian Gardiner1. We present a new concept of planar-core optical fiber and show a fabricated planar-core fiber and a laser oscillation demonstration. Takanori Matsumura1.  1Optoelectronics Research Centre. Thomas Mueller1. Igal Brener1. Jens Limpert1. 1Photonics Institute. Hands1. using an electrically-contacted GaInNAs SESAM whose absorption is controlled via the quantum confined Stark effect. Ltd. Hitoshi Nakano2. 221 CLEO2012 Friday. CF2N. CF2N. We obtain a bandwidth of 262 GHz. Christine E. The planar-core fiber will work as a medium of high power fiber lasers. Japan.8 • 12:15 Efficient Coherent Beam Combining of Fiber Lasers Using Multiplexed Volume Bragg Gratings. USA. 1CREOL. 11 May CLEO: Science & Innovations CF2L • Ultrafast Devices— Continued CF2L. The temporal behavior of mode instabilities is investigated. CF2L. Germany. and.  3Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering. Young Chul Jun1. This electrical tuning can find novel applications in chip-scale active infrared devices.. USA. Vienna University of Technology. University of Strathclyde. Kinki University. 2Institute of Photonics. Nikolay I. Austria.. We demonstrate electrically-controlled thermal mid-infrared metamaterials using depletion-type semiconductor devices.6 • 11:45 Conceptual study on planar-core optical fiber for high power fiber lasers.3. Liquid crystal lasers offer continuously tuneable emissions across the visible and near-infrared in simple and compact architectures. Andrey E. James R. and scalable passive coherent beam combining of fiber lasers using multiplexed volume Bragg gratings is presented. Qasim M. We use the resonance properties of elemental building blocks of metamaterial array with spatially variable parameter to control the phase and intensity of light beam. 1Department of Engineering. showing the great potential of graphene for highspeed optoelectronics. United Kingdom. 2OptiGrate Corp. Japan. Förster transfer techniques have extended the tuning range to 450850nm. USA.2. Chenhao Wan1. United Kingdom. HansJürgen Otto1. The College of Optics and Photonics. Rogers1. USA. Edward T. Apurva Jain1. United Kingdom. Japan. 3Air Force Research Laboratory. Malik1. Alon Gabbay1. Timothy D. Christian T. Fang Ou1. Germany.7 • 12:00 Electrically-Controlled Thermal Infrared Metamaterial Devices. Osaka Univeristy. Chunhan Hseih1.  1Institute of Laser Engineering. Motoichiro Murakami1. CF2N • High Power Fiber Lasers and Beam Combining— Continued CF2N. Wilkinson1. Germany. USA.

and feedback damping of mechanical response by a factor of >1000.3 • 14:15 Surface Plasmon Polariton Raman Microscopy.. The University of Arizona.indd 21 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Reider3. Nisar Ahmed1. Fejer1. 1NIST. Yongxiong Ren1. JST. Yang Yue1.2. Angie Lin3. With a 2050-nm Tm-fiber femtosecond laser pump.3BAE Systems. We use a degenerate OPO pumped by an ultrafast 2050-nm Tm-fiber laser to generate a broadband mid-infrared comb. Konstantin Vodopyanov1. Jeng-Yuan Yang1. Baris Erkmen2. and longer fluorescence lifetime. Fabrizio R.3-triazole moieties.2Jet Propulsion Lab. Nathan R.2 • 14:00 Tunable Mid-Infrared Source Based on Difference Frequency Generation of a Femtosecond Tm-fiber System in Orientation Patterned GaAs..2IMRA America. Results indicate that the latter has the stronger impact on the amplifier small-signal gain.6 fm/Hz1/2 displacement sensitivity for sub-µW input power. Daniel Lumpi1.  1CIC nanoGUNE. The effective frequency excursion is 1 THz.  2Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. California Institute of Technology.  3College of Optical Sciences. Alireza Marandi1. The phase-matching properties of borate crystals were investigated for vacuum ultraviolet light generation. USA.3 • 14:00 Energy-transfer processes in Al2O3:Er3+ waveguide amplifiers.. The influence of migrationaccelerated energy-transfer upconversion and fast luminescence quenching on Al2O3:Er3+ waveguide amplifiers is investigated. Johannes Fröhlich1. CF3C. Takatomo Sasaki1. Jie Jiang2. Kansas State University. Japan.  1IOMS group.  1Div of EEIE.2. BAE Systems Inc. Presider Invited QF3D. Ingmar Hartl2. CF3A. Japan. We have studied Nd3+-doped Bi2O3-B2O3-TeO2 glasses for solar pumped lasers.4 • 14:15 Demonstration of OAM Mode Distortions Monitoring using Interference-Based Phase Reconstruction. USA.  3Photonics Institute. Georg A. Stanford. Phillips1. We demonstrate a FMCW Lidar with a frequency-calibrated laser modulated over 1 THz at ~1 kHz modulation frequency. David Bliss4. Stanford University. Monitoring of distortion caused by misalignment and atmospheric turbulence are successfully demonstrated. Jun Tsunoda1.  2Department of Physics. 2University of Maryland. CF3C. Michaels1. Applications such as nanoscale-resolved infrared spectroscopic imaging will be demonstrated. Houxun Miao1. University of Twente.and Near-Field Spectroscopy Mario Hentschel.7 μm via difference frequency generation in orientation-patterned GaAs. USA.Friday. Vodopyanov1. Hae-Wook Yoo2. 1Ginzton Laboratory. Naresh Satyan1. Markus Pollnau 1. 13:30–15:30 QF3D • Nano. USA. USA. Yan Yan1. Amanda Bozovich1. Osaka Univ. QF3D. We show that mid-infrared light can be focused to nanoscale spots (“hot spots”) by employing plasmonic antenna structures and tapered transmission lines. Christian Hametner1. John Choi2. University of Stuttgart. Systematic investigations towards a novel class of quadratic NLO materials.1 • 13:30 Infrared Nanophotonics. the OPO instantaneous spectral span approaches 3-6 μm. and compared with silicate glasses and YAG ceramics.1 • 13:30 Novel 1. 13:30–15:30 CF3B • Mid-infrared Parametric Sources Peter Schunemann. USA. Laura Agazzi1. Japan. 222 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. tunable readout gain. Austria. Schunemann3. Miao Zhu5. We present OAM distortion monitoring by using an interferometer with 90-degree phase-shift for phase reconstruction without spatial scanning.3. Presider CF3A.4 • 14:15 189-nm Wavelength Generation with Borate Crystals.  2Telaris Inc.  2IMRA America. Agilent Technologies.L.  1 Applied Physics.  1Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry. USA.2. We produce broadband frequency combs using degenerate sync-pumped OPO based on orientation-patterned GaAs pumped by an ultrafast laser. USA. George Rakuljic 2 . based on the application of 1.2. Jie Jiang2. CF3A. corresponding to a free-space axial resolution of 150 micrometers.  1NIST. Chen Qu1. Kerstin Wörhoff1. Yushi Kaneda1. Markus B.. 1Material Measurement Laboratory. Byer1. We demonstrate 4. 1Stanford University. Fermann2.7-12.3 • 14:00 A MEMS Controlled Cavity Optomechanical Sensing System. Yuya Shimada1.. Japan. University of Colorado. 1E. 5Agilent Laboratories. Ernst Horkel1. USA. Arseny Vasilyev1.2.2 • 13:45 Nd3+-doped Bi2O3-B2O3-TeO2 glass for solar pumped lasers. A 189-nm output of 8. Bi2O3B2O3-TeO2 glasses show broad band and large absorption compared to YAG ceramics. Konstantin L. Robert L. Hee-Tae Jung2. Peter G. Nick Leindecker1. CF3C. Yusuke Mori1. Hao Huang1. Mamoru Imade1. Presider CF3C. Asahi Glass Co. Jones2. Ltd. Giorgetta 1.9µm. CF3B. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. USA.5 ms intervals with 150 um resolution and ~1 um precision. Kevin Birnbaum2. 1Reseach center. Range to a diffuse target is measured at 0. We stitch the frequency chirps of two vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers in a frequency-modulated imaging experiment at 1550nm.3 mW average output power. Chris A. CF3A. Newbury1. Raschke1. Ian Coddington1. Carsten Langrock1. Amnon Yariv 1 .3-triazole based compounds as quadratic nonlinear optical crystals.2. Vienna University of Technology. USA. Vienna University of Technology. are outlined to afford organic crystals displaying SHG nonlinearities of more than 9 times the value of KDP. We report surface plasmon polariton (SPP) mediated Raman microscopy on dielectric films in contact with a Ag layer at 785 nm with spatial resolution approaching the optical diffraction limit and reasonable spectral acquisition times. Austria. USA.  2CREST. 1University of Southern California. Seiki Ohara1. Ingmar Hartl2. USA. Martin M.  1Physics.2. USA. Republic of Korea.  3Solid State Photonics Laboratory. USA.2 mW was observed with CLBO while new phase-matching property of CBO was found. The input pulses are generated from a femtosecond Tm-doped-fiber laser system.2. Rainer Hillenbrand1. Kevin Knabe1.1. Michael Snure4. Austria. 4Air Force Research Laboratory. with 1. Germany. 11 May Room A1 Room A2 Room A3 Room A4 CLEO: Science & Innovations 13:30–15:30 CF3A • Nonlinear Materials and Devices Sunao Kurimura.. Fermann2. Andrew C. USA. NIST. CLEO: QELSFundamental Science 13:30–15:30 CF3C • Precision Imaging and Sensing Brian Washburn. We report an integrated MEMS sensing platform enabled by cavity optomechanics. USA. KAIST. Stanford University. Lee Richter1.2 • 14:00 Thermal Near-field Optical Spectroscopy. USA. A GaAs gain element and dispersion management access an ~octave-wide output spectrum extending from 3.1 • 13:30 Mid-IR Frequency Combs Based on Subharmonic GaAs OPO. National Institute for Material Science. USA. Vladimir Aksyuk1. Sam Dolinar2. CF3B. USA. Kartik Srinivasan1. Scattering near-field microscopy with heated tips is used to characterize the spatially and spectrally distinct IR thermal near-field demonstrating for the first time the resonant enhancement of the underlying electromagnetic local density of states.2 • 13:45 High-resolution Ranging of a Diffuse Target at Sub-Millisecond Intervals with a Calibrated FMCW Lidar.  2Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics. Ginzton Laboratory. USA.3 • 14:15 Nearly 3-6µm Spectral Comb Derived from Tm Mode-locked Laser using GaAs-based Degenerate OPO. QF3D. We demonstrate a mid-infrared source tunable from 6. Inc.2.1 to 5. Martin E. Martin E. Christopher R. Presider Invited CF3B. Berthold Stöger2.1 • 13:30 Terahertz Chirp Generation Using Frequency Stitched VCSELs for Increased LIDAR Resolution. Vienna University of Technology. Spain. Grad School of Eng. Inc. Masashi Yoshimura1. Esther Baumann1. Netherlands. University of Washington. Florian Glöcklhofer1. Alan Willner1. James Harris3.

1 • 13:30 Photon Extrabunching in Twin Beams Beams in the Femtosecond Range Measured by TwoPhoton Counting in a Semiconductor. Spain. Jonathan Hodges1.  1National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). USA. 13:30–15:30 QF3F • Entanglement Nobuyuki Matsuda. Sorbonne Paris Cite. Thomas Diehl1. Ding1. USA. Matthias Stappel1. 3Laboratoire Kastler Brossel. We have demonstrated that terahertz pulses at 1. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Lior Cohen1. Gord3. Antoine Godard1. This scheme makes entangled pairs insensitive to birefringement effects and thus has application in fiber-based quantum memories. QF3F. For small area beams. France. the two-photon spectra of atoms diffusing in hot buffer gas approaches a universal. USA.indd 22 4/9/12 1:28 PM . QF3F. The interplay of χ(1) and χ(3) processes in a double-ladder system is investigated to demonstrate controllability of cross-talk between two probes propagating through the medium.2. Mitchell1. Eisenberg1. Lehigh University. Assaf Halevy1. James R.  1Electrical & Computer Engineering. Matthias Sattler1. Fabien Boitier1. We experimentally demonstrate that electromagnetically-induced transparency in a vapor of alkali-metal atoms can be strongly enhanced via a specific shaping of the atomic velocity distribution. Eli Megidish1. Wright State University. Lehigh University. Pu Zhao1. logarithmically-diverging shape. Ioulia B. USA. Daiji Fukuda1. Stephen Pappas1. QF3E. Liat Dovrat1. Morgan W. The University of the Basque Country.4. Japan.  2Helmholtz Institut. Hagai S. Germany.2. Nicolas Dubreuil2. Rami Pugatch1.  1Laboratoire Kastler Brossel. Presider QF3E. We analyze polarization-entangled photon pairs using detectors that can or cannot count photons to discuss accuracy of the fidelity estimated by quantum state tomography. 3Air Force Research Laboratory.2. Using photon-number resolving detectors. 13:30–15:30 QF3G • Nonlinear Frequency Mixing Phenomena Yujie Ding. CNRS. Laboratoire Materiaux et Phenomenes Quantiques. Johannes Gutenberg-Universität. Germany. Patnaik3. QF3E. Srinivasa Ragam1. Brice Dobust1. USA. Robert Sewell1. Welch2. Yujie J.2. Hsu1. Travis Humble2.3 • 14:15 Triple resonant four-wave mixing: A microwatt continuous-wave laser source in the vacuum ultraviolet region at 120 nm. Israel. Yaakov Weinstein1. Giorgio Colangelo1. We report on an experiment for generating singlet states in a cold atomic ensemble. We present two schemes for generating four-photon states: one for direct GHZ state generation and another yielding an entire class of polarization-entangled states. France.  3Physics and Astronomy. photon extrabunching at the fs scale is unambiguously and precisely measured. George R.2. we directly measure the two-mode photon-number distribution of parametric down-conversion for different degrees of correlation.  2Laboratoire Charles Fabry (Institut d’Optique. Johannes Gutenberg-Universität. Zotova2. QF3F.the French Aerospace Lab. Jochen Walz 1.3. Geza Tóth3.2. Spain. USA. Andreas Koglbauer1. 11 May CLEO: QELS-Fundamental Science 13:30–15:00 QF3E • Quantum Optics of Atoms and Solids Sergey Polyakov. Israel. Presider QF3F. USA. USA. Daniel Kolbe1. Julien Laurat1. Emmanuel Rosencher1. Correlations of twin beams generated by parametric down-conversion are quantitatively determined by two-photon counting interferometery. Yoav Sagi 1. France.  2Computer Science and Mathematics. Anil K. NTT Basic Research Laboratories.2.1 • 13:30 Logarithmically Diverging Two-photon Spectrum: Anomalous Scale Symmetry Breaking in Two Dimensions.2 • 13:45 Interplay of χ(3) and χ(3) processes in a doubleladder system. 1Weizmann Institute of Science. Japan. France. The use of four photon-numberresolving detectors presents best accuracy.  4Physics Department. France. QF3G. 1MITRE Corp. 223 CLEO2012 Friday.2.  1Computational Sciences and Engineering. QF3E. connected to anomalous scale symmetry breaking of with a delta-function potential. We present two quantitative measures for the degree of non-classicality. 4Physics. Akio Yoshizawa1. Mishina1. Presider Invited QF3G. Pietro Lombardi1.1 • 13:30 Four-Photon Polarization-Entangled States with Minimal Spectral and Spatial Entanglement. USA.  1Racah Institute of Physics. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Ariel Amir1. Jason Schaake3.  2Physics. We use quantum non-demolition measurement and feedback control to produce a macroscopic spin state with total spin zero and reduced spin fluctuations.3 • 14:00 Polarization/Time-bin basis conversion of entangled photons. Both begin with photon pairs having minimal spectral and spatial entanglement. Oxana S. USA. Gerry Gilbert1. Elisabeth Giacobino1.  1Institut für Physik. Nir Davidson1.4 • 14:15 Direct measurements of the non-classicality degree in photon-number correlations. 3Theoretical Physics and History of Science. Daniel Istrati1. Dipankar Bhattacharyya 1.2 • 13:45 Quantum state tomography using photon number counting to evaluate entanglement generated by spontaneous parametric downconversion. France.  2Univ Paris Diderot. LLC. Michael Bakstein1. Hidemi Tsuchida1. Compared with incoherent light.  1ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences. USA. Warren Grice1. Silvana Palacios Á lvarez1.  1ONERA . Oak Ridge National Lab.3 • 14:00 Generation of a macroscopic singlet state in an atomic ensemble. Ruth Steinborn1. Univ Paris-Sud. Philippe Delaye 2. 1Spectral Energies. Please review all four pages for complete session information.65 THz can be generated by mixing dual-frequency pulses emitted from a compact broadband Q-switched Yb:YAG laser.2 • 14:00 Generation of Terahertz Pulses by Mixing Dual-Frequency Pulses from Yb:YAG Laser. We describe a scheme for interconverting photonic entanglement between time-bin and polarization bases.Room A5 Room A6 Room A7 Friday. We present a vacuum ultraviolet laser source by four-wave mixing in mercury vapour based on solid-state laser systems.2. Texas A&M University. Ecole Polytechnique. 2ArkLight. Oak Ridge National Lab. Claude Fabre 3. Naeimeh Behbood1. Maximum powers of 6 µW were achieved with an increase of four orders of magnitude in efficiency.4 • 14:15 Enhancement of electromagnetically-induced transparency in a multilevel broadened medium. USA. Paul S. Ecole Normale Supérieure and University Pierre et Marie Curie. Michael Scherman1. Mario Napolitano1. QF3G. NIST. University of Tennessee.4.

Sriram Vishwanath1. Selective Focusing and Scattering Pattern Analysis. Johnson2. Crystal IS Inc. Jianke Yang 4. France. Chen Wang1. non-linear optics.1 • 13:30 Graphene Photonics and Optoelectroncs. even through an aberrating layer. 2Homer L.3 • 14:15 Design and Fabrication of Polymer-Fiber-based Luminescent Solar Concentrator Fabrics. Large-area. Eric Williamson1. Paul Chaikin3. CLEO: Science & Innovations 13:30–15:30 CF3J • Novel Materials and Approaches for “Green” Photonics Leo Schowalter. photoluminescence. CF3I.  1School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. University of Oklahoma. Tetsuya D.  1Materials Science and Engineering 6.1 • 13:30 Design and Modeling of Novel Fibers for Space Division Multiplexing. Santos2. Graphene has great potential in photonics and optoelectronics.. Ayman F. Tetsuya D. Mikael Rechtsman5.2 • 14:00 Application of Printable ITO/PEDOT Nanocomposites as Transparent Electrodes in Optoelectronic Devices. Michael B. USA. Popoff1. Ilja Maksimenko1. USA. We characterized the performance of sampled-grating distributed Bragg reflectors (SG DBR) quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) and demonstrated a wide wavelength tuning from 4. Catherine Caneau1.indd 23 4/9/12 1:28 PM . USA. United Kingdom. Hinkey1. Seth Bank1. Abdou S. QF3H. USA.48 to 4. lightweight. Sagi Zisman1. CF3J. USA. and filtering of electromagnetic wave in disordered photonic band gap materials. Fini1. Kumar Appaiah1. Liu1. filtering.  Engineering Department. Zhigang Chen 1.. Yingquan He1. California Institute of Technology. USA.2 • 14:00 Dynamic Detector Selection for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) Multimode Fiber Links. Changyu Lin1. 11 May Room A8 Room B2 & B3 Room C1 & C2 Room C3 & C4 CLEO: QELSFundamental Science 13:30–15:30 QF3H • Photonic Crystals II Hui Cao. China. 2Advanced Technology Institute and Department of Physics. We report the first experimental demonstration of guiding.4. China.3 • 14:00 Wavelength Tuning of Sampled-Grating DBR Quantum Cascade Lasers. 1Institut Langevin . University of Illinois. Sebastien M.  1Laboratory of Optical Physics. USA. Princeton University. and splitting of EM wave in 2D disordered PBG materials. New York University.. and flexible fabrics constructed of such fibers are a low-cost solar-energy alternative useful for mobile applications. USA. 224 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday.4 • 14:15 Cavities without confinement barrier in incommensurate photonic crystal superlattices. United Kingdom.4 • 14:15 Post-fabrication wavelength selection and spectral narrowing of Quantum Cascade lasers via application of a shallow distributed Bragg reflector.  1Electrical Engineering. respectively. Feng Xie1. San Francisco State Univ. USA. CREOL. USA. Nankai Univ. Robert T. San Francisco State University. Weining Man1. and 10. Marian Florescu2. 3Department of Physics. CF3K. Hao Ye1. Diba1. USA. along arbitrarily curved paths. 1The University of Texas at Austin. Xinyuan Qi1.2.69 μm (100cm-1) by injecting current into the SGDBR sections. QF3H. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy. We report on the optical measurement of the backscattering matrix in a weakly scattering medium. Chinese Academy of Sciences. Lu Li1. around sharp bends of arbitrary angles. Alexandre Aubry1. Mishima1. Application of a shallow distributed Bragg reflector ion-milled on a tenth of the laser ridge leads to spectral narrowing. We demonstrate by simulations that four independent LDPC-coded 80Gb/s QPSK OFDM signals can be transmitted by mode-multiplexing over 1000km of few-mode fiber using coherent detection with a powerful channel estimation technique. Germany.  33TEDA Applied Physics School. Israel. Northwest University. 13:30–15:30 CF3K • ICLs and QCL Waveguide Design Dan Wasserman. University of Oklahoma. USA. 1OFS Labs. CF3J. We report the demonstration of InAs-based interband cascade lasers in a temperature range from 80 to 260 K operating in pulsed and continuous wave modes at wavelengths near 6. near 5. 4Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Peter Q. and ultrafast lasers. USA.2 • 13:45 Interband Cascade Lasers at Long Wavelengths. yet they exhibit a bandgap. CF3K. Institute of Physics. John M. Printable transparent hybrid composites consisting of ITO nanoparticles and conducting polymer PEDOT as matrix material were developed and used as transparent electrodes in all-printed flexible electroluminescent lamps and electrochromic displays. University of Vermont. Yuchao Jiang1. Arash Sadeghi1. Claire Gmachl1. Yang1. Sylvain Gigan1. New fibers carrying spatially multiplexed signals will drastically increase capacity per fiber in long-haul communications. The City College of New York. Seyed Hashemizad1. University of Oklahoma. 1Physics and Astronomy. Santos2. Fiber irregularity and length variation will ultimately determine the performance limits of SDM fibers. Presider CF3K. 5Physics Department and Solid State Institute. Abouraddy1. The experiment confirms a resonant mode showing up in the pass band of waveguide and the Anderson localization within photonic bands. Simulations reveal that ~90% of capacity is achievable from only a small subset of photodetectors.  1School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.  3Jet Propulsion Laboratory. USA. We propose a dynamic greedy selection algorithm to reduce computational requirements in multimode MIMO fiber links employing a photodetector array. Zhiyuan Li1. An1 1 drea C. Mishima2.2 • 13:45 Experimental demonstration of guiding. Presider Invited CF3J. China. A. and support linear and nonlinear defect-state guidance. Peter Wellmann1. Chung-en Zah1.  2 Institute of Particle Technology. Brian Leung1.3 • 14:15 LDPC-Coded Mode-Multiplexed CO-OFDM over 1000 km of Few-Mode Fiber. I will review the state of the art in this emerging field of research. CF3K. University of ErlangenNuremberg. Esmaeil-Hooman Banaei1. Claude Boccara1. USA. 7. Michael B. University of Cambridge. Christian Mehringer2. We report the demonstration of InAs-based interband cascade lasers at temperatures up to 315 K and 253 K operating in pulsed and continuous wave modes. Bert Basch. Michael Voigt2. 1Electrical and computer engneering. USA. The College of Optics & Photonics. 2Homer L. Daniel Kilian2. Peigen Ni1. We fabricate cavities without confinement by combining two incommensurate photonic crystal superlattice waveguides. Kamjou Mansour3. Yuchao Jiang1. Sean Coleman1. Rui Q.. Herve LeBlanc1. University of Oklahoma. USA. bending. 2Electrical Engineering. QF3H. USA.3 microns. QF3H. A decomposition of the time reversal operator allows selective and efficient focusing on individual scatterers.. Matthew B.1 • 13:30 Room-Temperature InAs-based Interband Cascade Lasers. bending.  11Department of Physics and Astronomy. University of Central Florida. Johnson2. a 10-fold reduction in full-width-half-maximum and ~12dB side mode suppression. Zhaobing Tian1.  2Department of Physics and Astronomy. University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. photodetectors.0.3. We present the design and fabrication of all-polymer optical fiber luminescent solar concentrators. Mathias Fink1. Ferrari . USA. CF3I. Peng Zhang1. Weining Man1. Corning Inc.3 microns. Presider Invited CF3I. University of Arizona.Friday.1 • 13:30 Specular amorphous photonic bandgap lattices. We show theoretically and experimentally that photonic lattices constructed from random components residing on a ring in momentum space are amorphous. Zhaobing Tian1. Ding Zou1. Djordjevic1. Yale University. Ivan B. USA.3 • 14:00 Exploiting the Time-Reversal Operator for Adaptive Optics. University of Surrey.2. Yang1. Presider 13:30–15:15 CF3I • Space Division Multiplexing (SDM) E. Geoffroy Lerosey1. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy. focussing on flexible and transparent conductors. Germany. Mordechai Segev5. Verizon Communications Inc. Rui Q. Matthew B. 1Science and Technology.2.  1CREOL. and through Y shape junctions. of Fabry-Perot type QC lasers. Wolfgang Peukert2.ESPCI ParisTech. Lu Li1.

13:30–15:30 CF3M • Nonlinear Optics in Nanophotonic Structures III Shayan Mookherjea. observing three characteristic periods of the birefringence variation. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. CF3L. University of Tokyo.  2ONERA. Kresten Yvind1. Enbang Li1. Australia. 2School of Mathematical Sciences. DESY and University of Hamburg. Technical Univ.3 • 14:15 Distributed Birefringence Measurement of a 500-m Polarization-Maintaining Fiber with a 20-cm Resolution Based on Brillouin Dynamic Grating. Ekaterina Burov4. Palle Jeppesen 1. Minhao Pu1. Akira Ozawa1.1 • 13:30 Stimulated Brillouin Scattering in Specialty Optical Fibers: Importance of Material. The spectrum width is 10 nm around 1050 nm with the output power of 13. 11 May CLEO: Science & Innovations 13:30–15:30 CF3L • Ultrafast Mode-locking Dynamics Gunter Steinmeyer. Hvam1. CF3L.  1Physics.  1DTU Fotonik. have low peak powers. Alcatel-Lucent.32-GHz repetitionrate. CF3N. USA. USA. The influence of material doping profile and geometrical structure on Brillouin gain characteristics has been investigated. and high bandwidth.  2The University of Hong Kong. New Zealand. Xiaoyi Bao3.  1Telecom ParisTech. Denmark. Yohei Kobayashi1. Hung-Wen Chen1. We demonstrate an Yb-fiber oscillator consisting of both polarization-maintaining (PM) and non-PM fibers. 3.  3Laser Physics Centre. We report the first demonstration of on-chip tunable slow. Photonics Engineering. University of California San Diego. Daniel J.  1School of Physics. Renaud Gabet1. Yongkang Dong1. Barry Luther-Davies3. CF3N. Adam Byrnes1. Max Born Institute. Wong2.  3Center for Free-Electron Laser Science. Laurent Lombard2. Jørn M. Hua Ji1.  4DRAKA Communications. Michael Galili1. Presider CF3L. Eggleton1. Guillaume Canat 2. Please review all four pages for complete session information. USA. Franz X. France. China.1 • 13:30 Microresonator-based Optical Frequency Combs. Harbin Institute of Technology. Based on a FEM modeling. Madden3. Passively mode-locked quantumdot diode lasers are very difficult to characterize because they are typically unstable.  2Department of optics information science and technology. Christopher G. Guoqing Chang1. Y. Duk-Yong Choi3.3. University of Auckland. We demonstrate an over sixty-times increase in the Brillouin threshold of a short length fiber ring cavity through careful selection of the fiber length. 1The Institute for Solid State Physics. CF3L. A femtosecond Yb-fiber oscillator at 12-MHz repetition-rate with 10-nJ pulse energy is implemented employing this hybrid cavity. We observe group-index ranging from ~-44 to +130 in a 7cm long chalcogenide waveguide at a low gain of ~23dB. We developed a laser-diode pumped.Marriott San Jose Salon I & II Marriott San Jose Salon III Marriott San Jose Salon IV Friday. Stuart G. Australian National University. CF3M.3.  1Institute of Opto-Electronics. Germany. USA. Zhiwei Lu1.3 • 14:00 Nonlinear-polarization-evolution mode-locking in a hybrid cavity: a route toward low repetitionrate fiber lasers.2 • 14:00 Strong Brillouin suppression in a fiber ring cavity.  1EECS. CF3M. Yb:KYW Kerr-lens mode-locked laser with a bowtie cavity. Canada.3. Japan. Liang Chen3. Jang1. University of Ottawa. Poulton2.2 • 13:45 Kerr-lens mode-locked Yb:KYW laser at 3. Leif K. Kane1. France. Murdoch1. We propose a novel scheme to realize distributed birefringence measurement over a 500-m polarization-maintaining fiber with a 20-cm resolution based on Brillouin dynamic grating. Structure and Manufacturing Parameters. universal dynamics that influences phase noise is described.5 mW. Mid and near-IR optical frequency combs generation in ultra high Q crystalline and integrated SiN microcavities is presented. Tobias Kippenberg1. importance of internal residual stress induced by fiber drawing conditions is also pointed out. France. Bell Labs. Harbin University of Science and Technology. Po Ching Chui2. University of SYdney. Germany.and fast-light via stimulated Brillouin scattering. Hao Hu1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 13:30–15:30 CF3N • Fiber DFB’s and Nonlinear Effects Robert Jopson.indd 24 4/9/12 1:28 PM .3 • 14:15 Broadband Polarization-Insensitive Wavelength Conversion Based on Non-Degenerate Four-Wave Mixing in a Silicon Nanowire. Sheila Nabanja1. Switzerland.4 • 14:15 Large Area SBRs for Ultra-short Pulse Generation.2 • 14:00 Photonic chip based tunable slow and fast light via stimulated Brillouin scattering. Ravi Pant1. Hong Kong. of Denmark.1 • 13:30 Characteristics and instabilities of mode-locked quantum-dot diode lasers. Yolande Sikali Mamdem 3. France. Moreover.3GHz repetition rate. 3Department of Physics. China. Steve J. Australia. 225 CLEO2012 Friday. Benjamin J.  3EDF R&D. University of Technology Sydney. USA. Oxenløwe 1. Mamoru Endo 1. Kenneth K. of Quantum Optics (MPQ). Presider Invited CF3M. Hongying Zhang2. Jae K. Measure data indicates these lasers are not typically mode-locked. 1Mesa Photonics. Australia. Kaertner1. Yves Jaouën1. 1Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Max Planck Inst. Fabrication and characterization of ultra-broadband III-V/AlxOy Saturable Bragg Reflectors as mesas as well as inverted mesa structures for ultra-short pulse generation is presented along with a physical model of the oxidation process.  1Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Yue Zhou1. Presider Invited CF3N.2. We experimentally demonstrate broadband polarization-insensitive one-to-two wavelength conversion of a 10-Gb/s DPSK data signal based on non-degenerate four-wave mixing in a silicon nanowire with bit-error rate measurements.

Germany. 2Royal Institute of Technology.Friday. QF3D. Taiwan. Hee Joo Choi4. 3Nanyang Technological University.6 • 15:00 Broadband 6 µm OPA Driven by Yb:CaF2 DPSSL System. The University of Texas at Austin. Carsten Fallnich1. Giedrius Andriukaitis1.5 • 14:45 Plasmonic Nano-protractor Based on Polarization Spectro-Tomography.8 • 15:15 Reconstruction of tightly focused beams using Mie-scattering.. Suddapalli Chaitanya Kumar1. which measures the noncollinear first-order cross-correlation. Jennifer L. Eldar5. Spain. Michael Zibulevsky1. 1Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology. University of California. Japan. C. 6-µm pulses compressible to 1. Fu2. Carlota Canalias2.. Technion. Chu2. 11 May Room A1 Room A2 Room A3 Room A4 CLEO: Science & Innovations CF3A • Nonlinear Materials and Devices—Continued CF3A. University of Twente.4 • 14:30 Tip-enhanced photoexpansion nano-spectroscopy using tunable quantum cascade lasers. providing ~600 µJ of output energy over entire signaltuning-range. Ankylography is a newly developed technique for 3D imaging of small objects from a single view. 4Pusan National University. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena. Ltd.indd 25 4/9/12 1:28 PM .7 • 15:00 Sparsity-based single-shot subwavelength coherent diffractive imaging. USA. Israel.2.  1Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light.-w.2.  1NLO. Peter G. Matthias Baudisch1. 4Department of Biomedical Engineering. Spain. Hirochika Nakajima2. position.  3Laser Physics & Nonlinear Optics Group. Technion.5 optical cycles are generated in a multistage OPA driven by 500 Hz Yb:CaF2DPSSL. Lithuania. Nan Ei Yu1. Widely Tunable. C.-l. L. Germany. 4Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co. CF3B. University of Colorado at Boulder. Chris Lee3. Shy Shoham4. LTD.  4BAE Systems. MESA+ Research Institute for Nanotechnology. C. QF3D.  3Cluster of Excellence “Engineering of Advanced Materials”. France. Hua-Wei Jonathan Lim2. We report a high-energy picosecond opticalparametric-generator tunable over 6153-6732 nm in mid-IR.2. 2ICREA. Michael Hemmer1. Eliyahu Osherovich1.1264-1286 nm in near-IR. Nobuyuki Mase1. Pulse shaping techniques combined with nanoplasmonics obtain spatiotemporal control of optical excitation in metal nanostructures. Sunao Kurimura1. Herman L. Japan.6 • 14:45 Multiple-Shell Ankylography. Petra Gross1.2. Kiyofumi Kikuchi1. USA. Sweden. Frank W. Karolis Balskus4. Elaine Li1. C. Seaberg2. S. Gerd Leuchs1.2.  2Waseda University. Taiwan. 3Institute of Applied Physics. Klaus Boller3. Vienna University of Technology. Wataru Inami1. Andrejus Michailovas4.-h.. Andrius Baltuska1. 2Department of Applied Physics. University of Twente. K. ISL. Yasuaki Tamaki1. We will present second-order NLO susceptibility of non-electrically poled NLO chromophore-doped PMMA copolymerized with polyacrylonitrile. Nicky Thilmann2.-h. Chen2. USA. Zawilski4. USA. UT Austin.  2National Taiwan University. which had 34. Byoung Joo Kim4. Heng Li1. Shaul Mukamel3. Frank Schmidt2. Sunao Kurimura1. Hirochika Nakajima2. USA.2 times broader spectral bandwidth than periodic one. Do-Kyeong Ko1. CF3C. Using a donut-shaped control light field for population transfer results in sub-diffractionlimited spatial resolution CARS microscopy. Mikhail A. Thomas Bauer 1. Israel. University of California at Los Angeles.The Institute of Photonics Sciences. Republic of Korea.. University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Shigeru Tasaka1. USA. We recorded the maximum channel conversion efficiency of +11. Ju Won Choi1. Kubecek3. respectively.  1National Institute for Materials Science. Schunemann4. Marten Richter1. T. Yoav Shechtman 2. Poh Boon Phua2.2. Matthew D.>25µJ of idler energy over 55% of the idler-tuning-range. Yoshimasa Kawata1.8 • 15:15 Development of efficient broadband green light source by tandem quasi-phase-matched structure. Spain. Here we demonstrate that ankylography can in principle be extended to image larger 3D objects by incorporating multiple views. USA.2. CF3A.2. Alexander Szameit 3. Technische Universität Berlin. The system is favorable for examination of λ-scaling laws of photoelectron wavepacket dynamics and for atmospheric sensing. Germany. Martin1. Beeker3. CF3B.  1Physics Department. Andrius Zukauskas2. Spain. KTH.. QF3D • Nano. V.  1ICFO . CF3A.  2Waseda University. Israel.-s. Japan. Broadband green light source using a 5. 1National Institute for Materials Science. Offerhaus2. We present a sparsity-based method for subwavelength coherent diffractive imaging: an algorithmic approach for reconstruction of subwavelength images from a single intensity measurement of their far-field diffraction pattern. Singapore.  1Department of Physics and Astronomy. Republic of Korea. We report on the self-compression of 10-cycle mid-IR optical pulses to ~5 cycle duration at 3. Japan. Ulf Peschel 2. Kai Kruse3. M.2.. 226 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. Technion. 3Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co.-y. Germany.12µm with high-spatial-quality beam and the pulse energy of 0. Chihhui Wu1. Wise2. The measured wavelength and temperature bandwidth were 13nm and 100°C. Myoungsik Cha4. Technion. Kaori Sugiura1. CF3C. Information and Photonics. Mario Schoth1.3. Japan.  3Department of Chemistry. Lihao Tan2. Netherlands. Andy Kung3. Oren Cohen2. 2DSO National Laboratories. Singapore. Jens Biegert1. This diagnostic can directly retrieve the temporal phase when transform-limited reference pulses are available. Sergej Orlov 1. MESA+ Research Institute for Nanotechnology.4 • 14:30 Mid-infrared cascaded parametric source in 6 µm region for medical applications. Israel. Chien-Chun Chen1. Georg Stoeppler1.2. 2Institucio Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avancats (ICREA). Yusuke Muranaka1. QF3D. and length of a small optically dark object using the polarization-resolved dark field microscopy. High sensitivity and spatial resolution are obtained using local intensity enhancement below a metal atomic force microscope tip. 3TOYO GLASS Co.5 • 14:30 PMMA copolymerized with polyacrylonitrile as novel host material for host-guest type second-order NLO polymers. Andreas Knorr1. Using these methods we modify a coherent spectroscopy method to reveal new information about coupled nanosystems. Ho2. Cornell University. Junichiro Ichikawa4. Snir Gazit2.  1Shizuoka University. Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1.5 • 14:30 Direct optical phase retrieval from a threedimensional interferometer. Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Willem P.6 dB gain in DFG using an efficient QPM adhered-ridge waveguide.6 dB in DFG with 330 mW CW pump using Mg:LiNbO3-based QPM adheredridge-waveguide wavelength converter and discussed theoretical conversion efficiency for nonlinear optical effects. 1Physics. Japan. Suppression of CARS signal generation is demonstrated via ground state depletion in a theoretical investigation. Irad Yavneh1. 1Photonics Institute. Belkin1.  1Institute of Applied Physics. Absorption is detected by measuring associated sample expansion.  2Physics Department and Solid State Institute.  1Computer Science.-m. Peter Banzer 1. 1Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.7 • 15:00 Achromatically Coupled Wavelength Conversion Module with SILICAGRIN® Lens. 5Department of Electrical Engineering.3. Jelínek3. We report a novel mid-IR nanospectroscopy technique. Near. Felix Schlosser1.and Near-Field Spectroscopy—Continued QF3D.  2Konrad-ZuseZentrum für Informationstechnik. Rai Kou1. 2Optical Sciences Group. Carsten Cleff1. Elad Bullkich2. Kaori Sugiura1.2. Netherlands. Feng Lu1. Herek2. CF3A. Adams2. Gennady Shvets1. W. We report temporal phase retrieval from a three-dimensional interferometer.5-mm-long tandem PPLN was demonstrated.6 • 15:00 Coherent Nonlinear Spectroscopy with Spatiotemporally Controlled Fields. Czech Technical University in Prague. Leigh S. Czech Republic.5 • 14:45 High-Energy. Germany. CF3B • Mid-infrared Parametric Sources—Continued CF3B.9 mJ is demonstrated. The second-order nonlinear coefficient of 2 pm/V was obtained without conventional poling procedure. Cornell University. 6-µJ. Farboe Shafiei1. Jianwei Miao1. Matthias Baudisch1.  1French-German Research Institute of Saint Louis. Alexandre Thai1.  3Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering. Japan.2.and Mid-Infrared Picosecond Optical Parametric Generator Based On CdSiP2.  2Institute for Optics. Jens Biegert1.2.  2Department of Physics and JILA.6 • 14:45 CW-pumped +11. CF3B. Hsu2.  3National Tsing-Hua University. 4EKSPLA Ltd.. Ltd. Yusuke Muranaka1. Audrius Pugzlys1. Sven Burger2. Daniel E.  1Institut für Theoretische Physik.2. Marc Eichhorn1. We develop a parametric wavelength conversion module with low chromatic dispersion using SILICAGRIN® optical fiber condenser.2. CF3C. Valdas Pasiskevicius2. All-diode-pumped parametric source generating 5ns pulses tunable in 6. By using a subwavelength nano-particle as a field probe and a tailored detection scheme we are able to reconstruct the electric energy density in the focal plane of a high numerical aperture focusing system.1 μm center wavelength with up to 3 μJ energy in Yttrium Aluminum garnet (YAG). Peng2. Germany. Mordechai Segev2. Austria. USA.7 • 15:15 Mid-IR Self-Compression to Few-Cycles in Bulk Material. Atsushi Sugita1. ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences. Yonina C. Inc. Wang2. Kiyofumi Kikuchi1. The device exploits large-aperture PPRKTP MOPA for pumping ZGP OPO in a RISTRA cavity.7 • 15:15 Sub-diffraction-limited spatial resolution in CARS microscopy by ground state depletion. Germany. Japan. Heejong Kang1.27µm8.2. Less than 1 dB of the insertion loss difference between wavelength 780 nm and 1550 nm is achieved. CLEO: QELSFundamental Science CF3C • Precision Imaging and Sensing—Continued CF3C. We propose and experimentally realize a “plasmonic protractor”: a spectroscopic device capable of detecting the orientation. Pavel Sidorenko2. Junichiro Ichikawa3. Ernst Bernhard Kley3. Skirmantas Alisauskas1. Taro Suzuki3.2.

Carsten Schuck 1. Tang 1. Malte C. Benjamin J. Princeton University. Republic of Korea.University of Sydney. 3Physics and Astronomy. Clark 1. Germany. Johns Hopkins University. Andrew Houck1. Jamy Moreno1. Emanuel Gavartin1. which improves the photon statistics of correlated pair generation only in the frequency range close to the pump (Δf < 3 THz). We report the first experimental realization of an approximate partial transpose for two-qubit systems. Joonwoo Bae2. Chunle Xiong1. Chi Xiong 1.8 • 15:15 Experimental Implementation of an Approximate Partial Transpose for Two-Qubit Systems.  2School of Computational Sciences. Tobias Herr1. Yoon-Ho Kim1.indd 26 4/9/12 1:28 PM . Yoon-Ho Kim1.4. Ke-Yao Wang1.7 • 15:15 Universal Dynamics of Kerr-Frequency Comb Formation in Microresonators. Andreas Buchleitner2.5 • 14:30 The evidence of phase memory in induced coherence without induced emission. Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg.Room A5 Room A6 Room A7 Friday. QF3G. QF3F. Michael L. Hyang-Tag Lim1. 3Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik.2. Jens Koch2. Johann Riemensberger1. Institute of Photonics and Optical Science (IPOS). 4Moscow State University.  1Physics. University of Delaware. Gorodetsky4. Germany. Pohang University of Science and Technology. Denmark. Will Shanks1. QF3G. To ultimately study phase transitions of light.e. Germany. Wolfram Pernice 1. 227 CLEO2012 Friday.3. Florian Mintert2.2Menlo Systems GmbH. QF3E. Ralf Menzel1. 11 May CLEO: QELS-Fundamental Science QF3E • Quantum Optics of Atoms and Solids—Continued QF3E.3. This source’s spatial mode is well matched to fiber-based quantum information networks. Germany. Yale University. Germany.  2Menlo Systems GmbH.2. Switzerland. Lorenz1. Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH). Devin Underwood1. is also demonstrated. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg. Phase matching is achieved by engineering waveguide modal dispersion. QF3F. USA. Hyang-Tag Lim1.3. Germany. Osung Kwon1. We experimentally investigate the initial dynamics of Kerr-frequency comb formation in crystalline MgF2 and planar Si3N4 microresonator and present a universal.  1Ecole Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. 1Electrical Engineering. USA. Sarah Fritsch1. Korea Institute for Advanced Study.. QF3G.  1Electrical Engineering. Virgina O. Christine Wang2. USA.6 • 14:45 Minimizing Random Disorder in a Kagome Lattice of Superconducting Resonators. We demonstrate nonlinear frequency conversion in hydrogenated amorphous silicon (a-Si:H) with conversion efficiency of -13dB at telecommunication data rates. USA. We experimentally demonstrate the non-monotonic dependence of many-particle interference signals on the particles’ mutual distinguishability. QF3F. using the partial transpose operation.7 • 15:00 Demonstration of non-monotonic quantum to classical transition in multiparticle interference. i. Eric C. Klaus Hartinger1. arrays of superconducting resonators must be made with low disorder in individual resonator frequencies. platform independent condition for low phase noise performance. Conversion bandwidths of 150nm are measured in CW regime at telecommunication wavelengths. Ronald Holzwarth2. by the phase delay between the pump beams. without performing quantum state tomography.3. The effect of phase memory allows to control the first order interference of two signal beams. We demonstrate the generation of polarization-entangled photon pairs in a standard polarization-maintaining fiber using a Sagnac interferometer. Collins 1. Tobias Herr1. Offir Cohen1. Johann Riemensberger 1.3. Eggleton1. QF3G • Nonlinear Frequency Mixing Phenomena—Continued QF3G. 2Physics. Yong-Su Kim1. Republic of Korea. Germany. Mägi1.  3Max-Planck-Institue for Quantum Optics. 4Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies. Young-Sik Ra1. Amy Foster1.  1Physics. Alex S.  2Physics and Astronomy. Emanuel Gavartin1.  1School of Physics. Centre for Ultrahighbandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS). Tobias Kippenberg1. 1Electrical and Computer Engineering. Matthew J. Republic of Korea. Switzerland. We report on measurements of phase noise dynamics of microwave beat notes observed in low repetition rate silicon nitride based Kerr-comb generators and relate them to results from dispersion simulations and measurements. Bin Fang1.3.6 • 15:00 Continuous-Wave Frequency Conversion in Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Waveguides. Tichy2.5 • 14:45 Phase Noise and Dispersion in integrated Silicon Nitride based Kerr-Comb generators. Tobias Kippenberg1. We fabricate and measure such arrays. minimizing disorder to a few parts in 10^4. University of Aarhus. QF3F • Entanglement— Continued QF3F.6 • 14:45 Impact of Cooling on Raman Scattering in a Chalcogenide (As2S3) Correlated Photon Pair Source.5 • 14:30 Polarization-Entangled Photon Generation in a Standard Polarization-Maintaining Fiber. USA. Russian Federation. Direct detection of entanglement. Please review all four pages for complete session information. Hong X. We show a reduction of spontaneous Raman scattering in chalcogenide at 77 K.  1École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Second harmonic generation is demonstrated in aluminum nitride (AlN) ridge waveguides on silicon substrates pumped by continuous wave telecom wavelength light. Ronald Holzwarth2. Northwestern. Klaus Hartinger 1. Australia. Axel Heuer1. Such non-monotonicity is a generic feature of the quantum to classical transition in multiparticle systems. Young-Sik Ra1.  1Physics and Astronomy. generated by two simultaneously pumped parametric down converters.  1University of Potsdam.4 • 14:30 Second harmonic generation in aluminum nitride waveguides on silicon substrates.

Yoshiaki Oku2.4 • 14:30 Plasmonic metal nanoparticle enhanced thin film organic solar cells. by means of speckle contrast.3. 1Department of physics. Ying-Lung Daniel Ho1. Kevin Birnbaum2. USA. For the specific system under consideration. USA. Taiwan. Huai-Shiang Shih1. Mathias Fink1. We optimized this structure by simulation method and find it has good omnidirectional antireflection effect. CF3I. We discuss optimized silver gratings to enhance absorption in organic solar cells. 3Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering & Photonics Center.7 • 15:00 Localized photonic band edge modes and orbital angular momenta of light in a golden-angle spiral.6 • 14:45 Enhanced light localization in modulated optical Bloch arrays.6 • 15:00 Turbulence-Induced Crosstalk in MultipleSpatial-Mode Optical Communication. USA. 4Department of Physics. Wanlu Xie1. Doping and interfaces are characterized. Hao-Chung Kuo1. Di Qu1. Yidong Huang1.8 • 15:15 Frequency-Domain Model of Longitudinal Mode Interaction in Semiconductor Ring Lasers. France. hybridization band gaps and spoof plasmons. Yan Yan1.8 • 15:15 Dispersion in media containing resonant inclusions: where does it come from? Fabrice Lemoult1. Heeso Noh1.We study light propagation in disordered modulated Bloch arrays. USA.  2ICFO. Xiaojun Wang2.Friday. Tsinghua University. USA. Claire Gmachl1. The simulation results show that this method can efficiently improve the mode purity of OAM modes up to 50%. Gottfried Strasser1.. Kyle Montgomery1. Demetrios N. We demonstrate one-dimensional heteroepitaxy of InxGa1-xAs nanowires in the entire composition range on silicon substrates without dislocations.89dB. CF3J. Jianxin Chen2. Geoffroy Lerosey1. Samuel Gresillon1. 2Interdisciplinary Devices R&D Center. We propose the optimized three-dimensional spherical signal constellations (3D-SSCs) for few-mode fiber-optic communications. This technique is relevant for spatiotemporal control in complex media experiments. China.4. Beijing jiaotong univerisity. Baris Erkmen2. This generalizes various approaches such as metamaterials. USA. Yang Yue1. Boston University.1. Special attention is put on substrate emission and methods for favoring one single emission direction. USA. 11 May Room A8 Room B2 & B3 Room C1 & C2 Room C3 & C4 CLEO: QELSFundamental Science QF3H • Photonic Crystals II— Continued QF3H. Spain. Boston University. Peter Q. Fang Liu 1. USA. Jianyong Zhang3. Jen-Yu Fan2. Vienna Univ. QF3H. University of Toronto.  1Research Laboratory of Electronics. Youichi Aoki2. Riccardo Sapienza 2. Shin1. CF3K. Several SRLs are fabricated and tested. Hui Cao1. Nivedita Chandrasekaran1. The idea of integrating an asymmetric Mach-Zehnder interferometer in Quantum Cascade laser cavities to introduce mode selectivity is proposed and analyzed. 1Department of Electrical Engineering. We find the main challenge for narrowing wet-etched ridges of long-wavelength Quantum Cascade lasers is surface plasmon mode coupling at the insulator/metal interface of sloped sidewalls. CF3J. Inc. 2AdTech Optics. 3ICREA.7 • 15:00 Substrate Emission of Ring Cavity Surface Emitting Quantum Cascade Lasers. Sam Dolinar2. University of Southern California. Werner Schrenk1. A novel plasmonic enhanced OSCs with MNPs located at the interface of PEDOT:PSS anode layer and P3HT:PCBM active layer has been proposed and demonstrated theoretically and experimentally. CLEO: Science & Innovations CF3I • Space Division Multiplexing (SDM)—Continued CF3I. Preliminary results show narrowing of the laser spectra with such cavities. USA.. CF3K. The Gerchberg-Saxton algorithm based phase retrieval technique is used to correct the wavefront of distorted OAM modes. Luca Dal Negro2. Alan Willner1. Yale University.  2Department of Electrical Engineering. USA. University of Bristol.5 • 14:45 Three-Dimensional Spherical Signal Constellation for Few-Mode Fiber based High-Speed Optical Transmission. National Chiao Tung University. Hau-Vei Han1.indd 27 4/9/12 1:28 PM .  1Institute of lightwave technology. USA. United Kingdom. Applications including solar cells will be presented. Seng Fatt Liew1. Jae C. Gabor Mezosi2. USA. HermiteGaussian. We developed a technique to measure the temporal spread of a femtosecond optical pulse through a scattering medium. Khai Q. Andrea Alù1.  1Photonic & Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering. resulting in extra waveguide loss and hence high threshold. Jacob Trevino2. USA. William Charles1.  3Key Lab of Alloptical Network & Advanced Telecommunication Network of EMC. Peichen Yu1. France. Clemens Schwarzer1. Le1.  1Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. for Solid State Electronics. Marc Sorel2. Pierre Bondareff1.7 • 15:15 Heterogeneous Integration of III-V on Si: overcoming the lattice-mismatch barrier via the 1D route. Canada. 2Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Hsin-Chu Chen1. Hao Huang1. Ramy El-Ganainy1. Shapiro1. Christodoulides2. Elvis Mujagic1. Siyuan Yu1. Hiroki Tsujimura2. Japan. Xue Huang1.5 • 14:30 Measuring the optical traversal time of a thick complex medium.6 • 15:00 Design of Highly Absorption Structure by Flatted ITO Patterned Substrate for Thin Film a-Si Solar Cells. or Laguerre-Gaussian modes. Yu-Lin Tsai1. Princeton University. China. University of Central Florida.4 • 14:30 Correction of Phase Distortion of an OAM Mode using GS Algorithm based Phase Retrieval. Xinlun Cai1. Free-space optical communication at 10 bits/photon and 5 bits/sec-Hz requires hundreds to thousands of spatial modes.  2Phononic Devices.  1Princeton University. CF3J. A frequency-domain model for semiconductor ring lasers (SRLs) is presented. QF3H. and to their optimized coupling over broad wavelength ranges. Ivan B. Ltd. The efficiency enhancement up to 25% is observed. QF3H. Stephanie Tomasulo2. 1Princeton University. Parsian Mohseni1. Research and Development Headquarters. United Kingdom. The patterned substrate is a flatted structure which composed with two materials to enhance the absorption of a-Si solar cell. Yale University. Jeng-Yuan Yang1. Claire Gmachl1. USA. Nisar Ahmed1.ESPCI ParisTech & CNRS. Claire Gmachl2. The results show that the 3DSSCs outperform the previously proposed constellations and improve the OSNR by up to 3.  1ESPCI PARISTECH. This paper compares turbulence-induced crosstalk for such systems using focused-beam. 228 CLEO: 2012 • 6–11 May 2012 CLEO2012 Friday. John Choi2.  2College of Optics & Photonics-CREOL.5 • 14:30 Quantum Cascade Lasers Employing a Wavelength-selective Asymmetric Mach-Zehnder Interferometer. Good agreement between theory and experiment is demonstrated. Jeffrey H. of Technology.6 • 14:45 Surface Plasmon Mode Coupling to the Insulator/Metal Interface of Sloped Sidewalls of Wet-etched Quantum Cascade Lasers. ROHM Co. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mohammad-Ali Miri2. 2Yale University. China.5 • 14:45 Plasmonic gratings for enhanced light-trapping in thin-film organic solar cells. Mathieu Leclercq1. 2Division of Materials Science and Engineering. our analysis predicts a 5 fold enhancement in light localization over that expected from a corresponding uniform lattice. Yongxiong Ren1. Spain. The enhancement is attributed to generated surface plasmon (SP) polaritons and localized SP resonances. CF3J • Novel Materials and Approaches for “Green” Photonics—Continued CF3J. Djordjevic2.3. Xiuling Li1. University of Glasgow. Austria. CF3I. Yenting Chiu1. USA.  2Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. Niek Van Hulst2.  1Department of Electronic Engineering. Qi Xu1.  1Electrical and Computer Engineering.  1Department of Applied Physics. 1University of Illinois. Beijing Jiaotong University. Liu1. Minjoo Lee2. 1Inst. Sylvain Gigan 1. Every aspect of the lasing characteristics of SRLs can be reproduced. Nathan Curry1. University of Arizona. CF3K • ICLs and QCL Waveguide Design—Continued CF3K. The University of Texas at Austin. In this talk we demonstrate that a far field type of coupling involving Fano resonances can explain dispersion in media containing resonators. We show that the band edge modes are spatially localized and possess discrete angular momenta.  2Jet Propulsion Lab.. CF3K.  1Institut Langevin . USA.2. A golden-angle spiral lattice can posses an omnidirectional photonic bandgap despite the lack of translational and rotational symmetries. USA. We report studies on bidirectional emission of ring cavity surface emitting quantum cascade lasers.

Simultaneous occurrence of a dark line repetition rate resonance is observed in the 87Rb vapor cell. Photonics. Julien Carrier1. Moss4. USA.3W-CW at 1064nm and exhibits single-frequency performance with a linewidth <2. Xiaoping Liu1. 1OFS Laboratories. Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie / MACKPESQUISA. USA. de Oliveira1.22 W at the first Stokes order wavelength of 2231. Nicholson1.7 • 15:15 Proposal of two-input. Saturable absorbers exhibiting complex recovery are shown to affect strongly the dynamics of vector soliton interaction.2. Veselin Aleksandrov1. Hristo Iliev1. Zhang Huaijin2. The study demonstrates that soliton bunch can be compressed by attractive forces generated by a saturable absorber. Marco Peccianti2. Réal Vallée1.7 • 15:15 Watt-level fluoride glass Raman fiber laserm Vincent Fortin 1.  4Max-Born-Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy. Okhotnikov1. A maximum output power of 1. Italy. Westbrook1. We report on the first watt-level fluoride glass Raman fiber laser. Buchvarov1. Canada. Nd:LuVO4 laser using second harmonic generation in LBO is demonstrated. We report on the strong coupling between a single quantum-well and guided Bloch Surface Waves.4 nm was produced out of a nested cavity Raman fiber laser..  1Grupo de Fotônica. We theoretically demonstrate flipflop operation by phase modulations of the inputs. University of New Mexico. USA. Oleg G.  2National Laboratory of Crystal Materials.. Brian A. CF3N. Institute for Complex Systems . SP. 3Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering. Italy. 1University of Southampton.5 • 14:45 Twisted Hi-Bi Fiber DFB Lasers with Controllable Output Polarization. David J. Marco Liscidini1. 1Physics. USA. University of Southampton. Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. University of New Mexico. 3Istituto di Nanoscienze. Finland. Richard Wilmshurst2. Regina Gumenyuk1. China. and Lasers (COPL). Junhai Liu3. University of New Mexico.3dB conversion efficiency without need for external compensation of nonlinearityinduced resonance shift. 229 CLEO2012 Friday. and pump-to-Stokes conversion efficiency of 27% is shown. Qingdao University. Michal Lipson2. Dario Gerace1. University of Pavia.1 W at 110 MHz are achieved. Please review all four pages for complete session information. 11 May CLEO: Science & Innovations CF3L • Ultrafast Mode-locking Dynamics—Continued Invited CF3L. The Brillouin laser operates over a pump frequency detuning range exceeding 1 GHz. Canada.2.5 • 14:45 Electrically Controlled Silicon Nitride Ring Resonator for Quasi-phase Matched Secondharmonic Generation. Externally applied birefringence-axis twist is shown to provide accurate control of the output SOP in hibi fiber DFB lasers. 2Ultrafast Optical Processing Group. CF3N. CF3N. CF3M • Nonlinear Optics in Nanophotonic Structures III— Continued CF3M. with PER of ~40dB has been demonstrated.  2SPI Lasers. Govind P. United Kingdom.5 • 14:30 Vector Soliton Control by Saturable Absorbers with Complex Recovery. CF3L.2. Université Laval. CF3L. 1Department of Physics. Rafael Euzebio P. Optoelectronics Research Centre. Roberto Morandotti2. China. Chu3. Jeffrey W. Germany. generating a highly monochromatic radiofrequency modulation. Cornell University. 3College of Physics. Alessia Pasquazi2. Kazi S. United Kingdom. 1Center for Optics.7 ps and average powers reaching 3. We demonstrate a mode locked laser based on a integrated high-Q microring resonator that exhibits stable operation of two slightly shifted spectral optical comb replicas. 2π pulse self-induced transparency in rubidium is reported for the first time inside a mode-locked laser cavity. The laser is pumped with up to 1. University of Pavia. Jean-Claude Diels1. de Matos1. 4CUDOS and IPOS. CF3N • Fiber DFB’s and Nonlinear Effects—Continued CF3N. We propose using two input beams to a bistable Kerr resonator for overcoming the thermal limitation to the switching speed between stable states. Daniele Sanvitto3. Daniel1. CNR. USA. Michalis N. 1UOS Montelibretti. alloptical flip flops. Christiano J.6 • 15:00 Single-frequency Raman Distributed-feedback Fiber Laser.7 • 15:15 In-band Pumped Nd:LuVO4 Laser Mode-locked by Negative χ(2)-lens Formation in an Intracavity LBO Crystal. Self-starting χ(2)-lens mode-locking of an in-band pumped. Dominic Faucher1.  1The Institute of Optics. USA. Jiyang Wang2.  1Physiscs Department. Continuous tuning from circular to linear polarization. Zervas1. INRS-EMT.6 • 15:00 Intracavity self-generated 2π pulses and coherent population trapping in a mode-locked laser. Shandong University.  3Infinera Ltd. A single frequency distributed feedback Brillouin fiber laser exhibiting a threshold of 30 mW. Ladan Arissian2. University of Rochester. phase-switched.3. Ivan C. Jindan Shi1. Results predict -24. Paul S. We report a 30cm-long Raman Distributed-feedback laser with ~450mW threshold in a commercial Ge/Si fiber.1. Louise Walker2. Italy. Shaif-ul Alam1. Australia. Jerome Porque1. Agrawal1.  1Optoelectronics Research Centre.4 • 14:30 Distributed Feedback Fiber Laser Employing Brillouin Gain. USA. S. Italy. Bulgaria. Brazil.CNR. São Paulo.indd 28 4/9/12 1:28 PM .Marriott San Jose Salon I & II Marriott San Jose Salon III Marriott San Jose Salon IV Friday. Valentin Petrov4. Sai T. Sofia University. Daniele Bajoni2. Pulses as short as 4.5nm.4 • 14:30 Stable Dual Mode High Repetition Rate ModeLocked Laser Based on an Integrated Nonlinear Microring Resonator.5kHz at 1109. Abedin1. CF3M. United Kingdom. Brent Little3. 2Electronics. 2Cornell Nanophotonics Group. 1Optoelectronics Research Centre. Koji Masuda1. This results in a guided polariton that may serve as a component for the realization of “polaritonic integrated circuits”. Martin Bernier 1. Tristan Kremp1.6 • 15:00 Guided Bloch Surface Wave polaritons: a route towards polariton circuits. CF3M. Morten Ibsen1. We propose and simulate an electro-optical ring resonator for second-harmonic generation that is controlled by a dc field. CF3M. 2CHTM.