[Legacy Report] Resonant optical lab-on-a-chip

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On chip optical microresonators [1, 2] are compact, robust and can be integrated with micro electro-mechanical components as well as microfluidics. They can efficiently sense acceleration [3], forces [4], gases [5], refractive index of liquids [6] and living cells [7, 8], and bacteria [9]. During the presentation I will give an overview of projects exploiting this new avenue (sensors and tunable devices based on different types of optical microresonators). In-plane Fabry-Pérot microcavities integrated on chip will be specifically highlighted through several different applications.

[1]       R. St-Gelais, A. Poulin, and Y.-A. Peter, IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology 30, 1900 (2012)

[2]       S. Bergeron, S. Saïdi, and Y.-A. Peter, Optics Express 18, 16797 (2010).

[3]       K. Zandi, J.A. Bélanger, and Y.-A. Peter, IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 21, 1464 (2012)

[4]       A. Poulin, R. St-Gelais, A. L. Eichenberger, L. Thévenaz, and Y.-A. Peter, IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 22, 884 (2013)

[5]       R. St-Gelais, G. Mackey, J. Saunders, J. Zhou, A. Leblanc-Hotte, A. Poulin, J. A. Barnes, H.-P. Loock, R. S. Brown, and Y.-A. Peter, Sensors & Actuators B: Chemical 182, 45 (2013)

[6]       R. St-Gelais, J. Masson, and Y.-A. Peter, Applied Physics Letters 94, 243905 (2009)

[7]       A. Leblanc-Hotte, J.-S. Delisle, S. Lesage, and Y.-A. Peter, Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Workshop, Hilton Head, 327 (2014)

[8] A. Leblanc-Hotte, J.-S. Delisle, S. Lesage, and Y.-A. Peter, IEEE International Conference on Optical MEMS and Nanophotonics, Singapore, 167 (2016)

[9]       H. Ghali, H. Chibli, P. Bianucci, J. L. Nadeau, and Y.-A. Peter, Biosensors 6, 20 (2016)

 



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  • Quebec City, Quebec
  • Canada