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1. Introduction; 2. Basic facts from optics; 3. Basic facts from electromagnetism; 4. Slab waveguides; 5. Linear optical fibre and signal degradation; 6. Propagation of linear pulses; 7. Optical sources; 8. Optical amplifiers and EDFA; 9. Semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOA); 10. Optical receivers; 11. Finite difference time domain (FDTD) formulation; 12. Solar cells; 13. Metamaterials; Appendices; Index.

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A comprehensive manual on the efficient modeling and analysis of photonic devices for graduate students and researchers in engineering and physics.

About the Author

Marek S. Wartak is a Professor in the Department of Physics and Computer Science, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. He has over 25 years of experience in semiconductor physics, photonics and optoelectronics, analytical methods, modeling and computer-aided design tools.

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'The book is highly topical in treating meta-materials as well as staples such as optical waveguides and semiconductor lasers.' K. Alan Shore, Journal of the Optical Society of America
'... if you have a solid background in photonics and Matlab and want to be able to employ Matlab to simulate photonic systems and model photonic devices then this book is highly recommended. If you want a textbook for an introductory photonics course then this book would make good supplementary reading.' Charlie Ironside, Contemporary Physics
"The book is highly topical in treating meta-materials as well as staples such as optical waveguides and semiconductor lasers." K Alan Shore, Journal of the Optical Society of America
"... if you have a solid background in photonics and Matlab and want to be able to employ Matlab to simulate photonic systems and model photonic devices then this book is highly recommended. If you want a textbook for an introductory photonics course then this book would make good supplementary reading." Charlie Ironside, Contemporary Physics

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