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High-Performance Thin-Film Garnet Materials for Magneto-Optic and Nanophotonic Applications.
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  • Mikhail Vasiliev, Edith Cowan University
  • Mohammad Nur E Alam, Edith Cowan University
  • Viacheslav Kotov
  • Kamal Alameh, Edith Cowan University
Publication Date
1-1-2010
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publisher
IEEE
Faculty
Computing, Health and Science
School
Electron Science Research Institute (ESRI)
RAS ID
10423
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This article was originally published as: Vasiliev, M. , Nur E Alam, M. , Kotov, V., & Alameh, K. (2010). High-performance thin-film garnet materials for magneto-optic and nanophotonic applications. Proceedings of COMMAD 2010 Conference on Optoelectronic and Microelectronic Materials and Devices. (pp. 91-92). . ANU, Canberra, ACT, Australia. IEEE. Original article available here
Abstract
Since the 1960's, Magneto-optic (MO) garnet materials have been studied extensively. These materials can possess world-record MO performance characteristics in terms of Faraday rotation and optical quality. Among the rear-earth-doped garnets, the Bi-substituted iron garnet is the best candidate for use as a functional material in different integrated-optics, imaging/image processing applications and also in forward-looking applications e.g. the design of metamaterials with non-reciprocal properties. We have established a set of technologies for fabricating ferrimagnetic garnet films of type (BiDy)3(FeGa)5O12 and also garnet-oxide nanocomposite (BiDy)3(FeGa)5O12 : Bi2O3 layers possessing record-high MO quality across the visible spectral range using RF-magnetron sputtering and oven annealing. Our MO garnet films possess excellent optical and magnetic properties, which make them very attractive and promising for a large range of optoelectronic, photonics-related and MO imaging applications.
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Citation Information
Mikhail Vasiliev, Mohammad Nur E Alam, Viacheslav Kotov and Kamal Alameh. "High-Performance Thin-Film Garnet Materials for Magneto-Optic and Nanophotonic Applications." (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mikhail_vasiliev/24/