Evidence of near-infrared partial photonic bandgap in polymeric rod-connected diamond structures.

Abstract

We present the simulation, fabrication, and optical characterization of low-index polymeric rod-connected diamond (RCD) structures. Such complex three-dimensional photonic crystal structures are created via direct laser writing by two-photon polymerization.

To our knowledge, this is the first measurement at near-infrared wavelengths, showing partial photonic bandgaps for this structure. We characterize structures in transmission and reflection using angular resolved Fourier image spectroscopy to visualize the band structure. Comparison of the numerical simulations of such structures with the experimentally measured data show good agreement for both P- and S-polarizations.

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Citation

Chen, L., Taverne, M.P., Zheng, X., Lin, J.D., Oulton, R., Lopez-Garcia, M., Ho, Y.L.D. and Rarity, J.G., 2015. Evidence of near-infrared partial photonic bandgap in polymeric rod-connected diamond structures. Optics express, 23(20), pp.26565-26575

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