Title: Lasing in metallic-coated nanocavities. Language: English; Authors: Hill, Martin T.1 @ Oei, Yok-Siang1. Smalbrugge, Barry1. Youcai Zhu1. Title: Lasing in metallic-coated nanocavities. Authors: Hill, Martin T.; Oei, Yok- Siang; Smalbrugge, Barry; Zhu, Youcai; de Vries, Tjibbe; van Veldhoven, Peter J.; . Lasing in metallic-coated nanocavities. Martin Hill, Y.-S. Oei, B. Smalbrugge, Y. Zhu, T. De Vries, P.J. Van Veldhoven, F.W.M. Van Otten, T.J. Eljkemans, J.P.
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Lasing in metallic-coated nanocavities Overview of attention for article published in Nature Photonics, September View on publisher site Alert me about new mentions. They typically receive a lot more attention than average, with a mean Attention Score of This research output has an Altmetric Attention Score of With dimensions comparable to state-of-the-art electronic transistors and operating at low power and high speed, they are a strong contender nabocavities basic elements in digital photonic very large-scale integration.
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The demonstrated lasers show a low threshold current and their metalliic-coated are smaller than the smallest electrically pumped lasers reported so far. So far Altmetric has tracked 1, research outputs from this source. Readers on mendeley Mendeley citeulike 6 CiteULike. Furthermore we demonstrate that metallic-coated nanocavities with modal volumes smaller than dielectric cavities can have moderate quality factors.
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Lasing in metallic-coated nanocavities
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