TY - JOUR

T1 - Modification of the radiation of a luminescent dye embedded in a finite one-dimensional photonic crystal

AU - Moctezuma-Enriquez, D.

AU - Castro-Garay, P.

AU - Rodriguez-Viveros, Y.

AU - Manzanares-Martinez, J.

PY - 2013

Y1 - 2013

N2 - A numerical modeling of the radiation emitted by a Luminescent dye embedded in a finite one-dimensional photonic crystal is presented. The Photonic Band Structure and the Photonic Density of States are obtained using a classical electromagnetic approach, and the Finite Difference Time-Domain formalism is used to calculate the electromagnetic field distribution. It is found that the periodic modulation provides an effective way to control the Spontaneous Emission under certain circumstances. We find the conditions where a large amount of light can be enhanced on the vicinity of a photonic band edge due to the presence of a high density of states. This phenomena opens the possibility to design new Lasers sources.

AB - A numerical modeling of the radiation emitted by a Luminescent dye embedded in a finite one-dimensional photonic crystal is presented. The Photonic Band Structure and the Photonic Density of States are obtained using a classical electromagnetic approach, and the Finite Difference Time-Domain formalism is used to calculate the electromagnetic field distribution. It is found that the periodic modulation provides an effective way to control the Spontaneous Emission under certain circumstances. We find the conditions where a large amount of light can be enhanced on the vicinity of a photonic band edge due to the presence of a high density of states. This phenomena opens the possibility to design new Lasers sources.

KW - FDTD analysis

KW - Meep

KW - Photonic crystal

KW - Spontaneous emmission

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=84880192688&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.12988/astp.2013.3438

DO - 10.12988/astp.2013.3438

M3 - Artículo

AN - SCOPUS:84880192688

SN - 1313-1311

VL - 7

SP - 707

EP - 716

JO - Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics

JF - Advanced Studies in Theoretical Physics

IS - 13-16

ER -