Quantum-well laser array packaging: nanoscale packaging techniques

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McGraw-Hill, 2007 - Science - 428 pages
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Quantum-well lasers offer the promise of lightning-fast data communications - 10-to-100 times faster than broadband. While the architecture for these devices already exists, they suffer from material packaging problems. This book addresses this critical issue. It offers screening and packaging techniques useful for researchers.

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Jens W. Tomm (Berlin, Germany) is currently on the scientific staff of the Max-Born-Institut für Nichtlineare Optik und Kurzzeitspektroskopie where he serves as project leader. His work is focused on spectroscopic aging analysis of high-powered diode lasers, optical spectroscopy in such optoelectronic devices as high-powered semiconductor lasers, thermal analysis of optoelectronic devices by means of Raman-spectroscopy and Microthermography, device-related near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM) and Fourier-Transform (FT) spectroscopy, transient photoluminescence spectroscopy in III-V semiconductors/structures, and optoelectronic device development, and IR-LEDs for the 3-5 µm spectral range.

Juan Jiménez (Valladolid, Spain) is a Full Professor at the University of Valladolid, R&D where as group leader, he researches optical characterization of semiconductors and devices using microscopic techniques. His research has been carried out in the frame of different academic and industrial projects around the world and funded by such institutions as the Spanish government, European Union, EOARD (European Office for Aerospace Research and Development), Alcatel Optronics, and Avanex among others.

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