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Overview of the second order optical nonlinearity in GaN waveguides for use in devices for optical communication

Ahmed, Md Shakil and Glesk, Ivan (2015) Overview of the second order optical nonlinearity in GaN waveguides for use in devices for optical communication. In: Sixth Annual SU2P Symposium, 2015-03-23 - 2015-03-25, Medical and Biological Science Building, University of St. Andrews.

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Abstract

The purpose of this poster is to show how second order nonlinearity of GaN is used in realization of advanced optical devices in telecommunication.