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Organic Molecular Films as Light-Emitting and Light-Confining Material in Rolled-Up AlInP Semiconductor Microtube Resonators

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Organic Molecular Films as Light-Emitting and Light-Confining Material in Rolled-Up AlInP Semiconductor Microtube Resonators. / Kietzmann, Stefanie; Strelow, Christian; Tavares, Luciana; Penttinen, Jussi-Pekka; Hakkarainen, Teemu V.; Schramm, Andreas; Osadnik, Andreas ; Lützen, Arne; Kjelstrup-Hansen, Jakob; Mews, Alf; Kipp, Tobias.

julkaisussa: ACS Photonics, Vuosikerta 2, Nro 11, 27.10.2015, s. 1532-1538.

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Kietzmann, S, Strelow, C, Tavares, L, Penttinen, J-P, Hakkarainen, TV, Schramm, A, Osadnik, A, Lützen, A, Kjelstrup-Hansen, J, Mews, A & Kipp, T 2015, 'Organic Molecular Films as Light-Emitting and Light-Confining Material in Rolled-Up AlInP Semiconductor Microtube Resonators', ACS Photonics, Vuosikerta. 2, Nro 11, Sivut 1532-1538. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsphotonics.5b00349

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Kietzmann, Stefanie ; Strelow, Christian ; Tavares, Luciana ; Penttinen, Jussi-Pekka ; Hakkarainen, Teemu V. ; Schramm, Andreas ; Osadnik, Andreas ; Lützen, Arne ; Kjelstrup-Hansen, Jakob ; Mews, Alf ; Kipp, Tobias. / Organic Molecular Films as Light-Emitting and Light-Confining Material in Rolled-Up AlInP Semiconductor Microtube Resonators. Julkaisussa: ACS Photonics. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 2, Nro 11. Sivut 1532-1538.

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@article{f22357768265423693847b67bb04b338,
title = "Organic Molecular Films as Light-Emitting and Light-Confining Material in Rolled-Up AlInP Semiconductor Microtube Resonators",
abstract = "A hybrid inorganic/organic microcavity system is presented in which an AlInP-based rolled-up microtube resonator is combined with a thin film of naphthyl end-capped bithiophene molecules. The film is laterally structured into stripes on top of the AlInP layer system before the roll-up process. During the process, the strained bilayer together with the organic molecular stripes rolls up, and a hybrid microtube is formed. The stripes act as visible-light emitters inside the otherwise passive microtube. Furthermore, they induce a light confinement in the axial direction of the microtube, additional to the radial and azimuthal confinement that is intrinsic to a microtube. As the organic material defines the cavity and represents the emitter at the same time, an efficient light coupling into the three-dimensionally confined optical modes of the microtube resonator is ensured. The hybrid microtubes open up the opportunity for novel experiments on the light–molecule interaction as well as their application in optical components.",
author = "Stefanie Kietzmann and Christian Strelow and Luciana Tavares and Jussi-Pekka Penttinen and Hakkarainen, {Teemu V.} and Andreas Schramm and Andreas Osadnik and Arne L{\"u}tzen and Jakob Kjelstrup-Hansen and Alf Mews and Tobias Kipp",
year = "2015",
month = "10",
day = "27",
doi = "10.1021/acsphotonics.5b00349",
language = "English",
volume = "2",
pages = "1532--1538",
journal = "ACS Photonics",
issn = "2330-4022",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
number = "11",

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T1 - Organic Molecular Films as Light-Emitting and Light-Confining Material in Rolled-Up AlInP Semiconductor Microtube Resonators

AU - Kietzmann, Stefanie

AU - Strelow, Christian

AU - Tavares, Luciana

AU - Penttinen, Jussi-Pekka

AU - Hakkarainen, Teemu V.

AU - Schramm, Andreas

AU - Osadnik, Andreas

AU - Lützen, Arne

AU - Kjelstrup-Hansen, Jakob

AU - Mews, Alf

AU - Kipp, Tobias

PY - 2015/10/27

Y1 - 2015/10/27

N2 - A hybrid inorganic/organic microcavity system is presented in which an AlInP-based rolled-up microtube resonator is combined with a thin film of naphthyl end-capped bithiophene molecules. The film is laterally structured into stripes on top of the AlInP layer system before the roll-up process. During the process, the strained bilayer together with the organic molecular stripes rolls up, and a hybrid microtube is formed. The stripes act as visible-light emitters inside the otherwise passive microtube. Furthermore, they induce a light confinement in the axial direction of the microtube, additional to the radial and azimuthal confinement that is intrinsic to a microtube. As the organic material defines the cavity and represents the emitter at the same time, an efficient light coupling into the three-dimensionally confined optical modes of the microtube resonator is ensured. The hybrid microtubes open up the opportunity for novel experiments on the light–molecule interaction as well as their application in optical components.

AB - A hybrid inorganic/organic microcavity system is presented in which an AlInP-based rolled-up microtube resonator is combined with a thin film of naphthyl end-capped bithiophene molecules. The film is laterally structured into stripes on top of the AlInP layer system before the roll-up process. During the process, the strained bilayer together with the organic molecular stripes rolls up, and a hybrid microtube is formed. The stripes act as visible-light emitters inside the otherwise passive microtube. Furthermore, they induce a light confinement in the axial direction of the microtube, additional to the radial and azimuthal confinement that is intrinsic to a microtube. As the organic material defines the cavity and represents the emitter at the same time, an efficient light coupling into the three-dimensionally confined optical modes of the microtube resonator is ensured. The hybrid microtubes open up the opportunity for novel experiments on the light–molecule interaction as well as their application in optical components.

UR - http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acsphotonics.5b00349

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DO - 10.1021/acsphotonics.5b00349

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SP - 1532

EP - 1538

JO - ACS Photonics

JF - ACS Photonics

SN - 2330-4022

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