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5PMNBOG1 : Guided wave simulation project - WPMNDBO9

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : ?
    • Tutorials : ?
    • Laboratory works : 16.0
    • Projects : ?
    • Internship : ?
    • Written tests : ?
    ECTS : 1.0

Goals

The goals of this labwork are the following ones :

  • provide a theoretical background for the use of the BPM simulation method
  • use a modern optical design BPM simulation tool
  • design of an integrated optical device (choice between a Mach-Zehnder integrated sensor, MMI wavelength multiplexer/demultiplexer, asymmetric Y junction...)
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Content

Labwork session 1 -tutored

  • Tntroduction to the BPM simulation method: approximations, trade-offs and applicability to the design of planar lightwave circuits
  • introduction to Optiwave OptiBPM simulation software

Labwork session 2 -tutored

  • Tormation of the groups (2 or 3 students) and assignment of the simulation projects
  • Simulations

Labwork session 3 -tutored

  • The groups of students are now expected to have understood the theory behind the projects assigned in the second labwork session. The available bibliographical resources will be discussed.
  • Simulations

Labwork session 4 -untutored
Students may access to the workstations at PHOG during the opening hours of the laboratory.

Labwork session 5 -tutored
Final discussions about the projects and the simulation results.



Prerequisites
  • electromagnetic optics
  • propagation modes in a slab dielectric waveguide
  • basics of guided optics

Tests

The students will be asked to provide a 10-15 pages report for each group, one week after the last labwork session. The report should present clearly the device which are being studied, theoretical behavior, the simulations results. A bibliography should be provided.



N1=100%Rapport
N2=N1

Additional Information

Curriculum->Master->Semester 9
Curriculum->Master PhSem->Semester 9
Curriculum->IPhy->Semester 9
Curriculum->Double-Diploma Engineer/Master->Semester 9

Bibliography

Scarmozzino, R. and Gopinath, A. and Pregla, R. and Helfert, S., "Numerical techniques for modeling guided-wave photonic devices", IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Volume 6, Number 1, Pages 150-162, Jan.-Feb. 2002

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Date of update March 18, 2019

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