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    Szukalski, A. Sahraoui, B. Kulyk, B. Lazar, C. A. Manea, A. M. and Mysliwiec, J. 2017. Chemical structure versus second-order nonlinear optical response of the push–pull type pyrazoline-based chromophores. RSC Adv., Vol. 7, Issue. 16, p. 9941.


    Buckley, Laura E. R. Coe, Benjamin J. Rusanova, Daniela Joshi, Vishwas D. Sánchez, Sergio Jirásek, Michael Vávra, Jan Khobragade, Dushant Severa, Lukáš Císařová, Ivana Šaman, David Pohl, Radek Clays, Koen Depotter, Griet Brunschwig, Bruce S. and Teplý, Filip 2017. Tunable Chiral Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Chromophores Based on Helquat Dications. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, Vol. 121, Issue. 31, p. 5842.


    Buckley, Laura E. R. Coe, Benjamin J. Rusanova, Daniela Sánchez, Sergio Jirásek, Michael Joshi, Vishwas D. Vávra, Jan Khobragade, Dushant Pospíšil, Lubomír Ramešová, Šárka Císařová, Ivana Šaman, David Pohl, Radek Clays, Koen Van Steerteghem, Nick Brunschwig, Bruce S. and Teplý, Filip 2017. Ferrocenyl helquats: unusual chiral organometallic nonlinear optical chromophores. Dalton Trans., Vol. 46, Issue. 4, p. 1052.


    Irudaya Jothi, A. and Alexander, V. 2017. Organic NLO material with H-bonded 1D helical self-assembly: synthesis, X-ray crystal structure, DFT calculations, SHG measurements and thermal studies of (5Z,6E)-1,10-phenanthroline-5,6-dione dioxime. CrystEngComm, Vol. 19, Issue. 35, p. 5251.


    Heni, Wolfgang Kutuvantavida, Yasar Haffner, Christian Zwickel, Heiner Kieninger, Clemens Wolf, Stefan Lauermann, Matthias Fedoryshyn, Yuriy Tillack, Andreas F. Johnson, Lewis E. Elder, Delwin L. Robinson, Bruce H. Freude, Wolfgang Koos, Christian Leuthold, Juerg and Dalton, Larry R. 2017. Silicon–Organic and Plasmonic–Organic Hybrid Photonics. ACS Photonics, Vol. 4, Issue. 7, p. 1576.


    Lee, Seung-Heon Lu, Jian Lee, Seung-Jun Han, Jae-Hyun Jeong, Chan-Uk Lee, Seung-Chul Li, Xian Jazbinšek, Mojca Yoon, Woojin Yun, Hoseop Kang, Bong Joo Rotermund, Fabian Nelson, Keith A. and Kwon, O-Pil 2017. Benzothiazolium Single Crystals: A New Class of Nonlinear Optical Crystals with Efficient THz Wave Generation. Advanced Materials, Vol. 29, Issue. 30, p. 1701748.


    Elder, Delwin L. Haffner, Christian Heni, Wolfgang Fedoryshyn, Yuriy Garrett, Kerry E. Johnson, Lewis E. Campbell, Rachael A. Avila, Jose D. Robinson, Bruce H. Leuthold, Juerg and Dalton, Larry R. 2017. Effect of Rigid Bridge-Protection Units, Quadrupolar Interactions, and Blending in Organic Electro-Optic Chromophores. Chemistry of Materials, Vol. 29, Issue. 15, p. 6457.


    Lee, Seung-Heon Kang, Bong Joo Yoo, Ba-Wool Lee, Seung-Chul Lee, Seung-Jun Jazbinsek, Mojca Yun, Hoseop Rotermund, Fabian and Kwon, O-Pil 2017. Terahertz Phonon Mode Engineering of Highly Efficient Organic Terahertz Generators. Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. 27, Issue. 14, p. 1605583.


    Jin, Wenwei Johnston, Peter V. Elder, Delwin L. Manner, Karl T. Garrett, Kerry E. Kaminsky, Werner Xu, Ruimin Robinson, Bruce H. and Dalton, Larry R. 2016. Structure–function relationship exploration for enhanced thermal stability and electro-optic activity in monolithic organic NLO chromophores. J. Mater. Chem. C, Vol. 4, Issue. 15, p. 3119.


    Kim, Jongtaek Lee, Seung-Heon Lee, Seung-Chul Jazbinsek, Mojca Miyamoto, Katsuhiko Omatsu, Takashige Lee, Yoon Sup and Kwon, O-Pil 2016. Terahertz Phonon Modes of Highly Efficient Electro-optic Phenyltriene OH1 Crystals. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Vol. 120, Issue. 42, p. 24360.


    Lee, Seung-Heon Jazbinsek, Mojca Hauri, Christoph P. and Kwon, O-Pil 2016. Recent progress in acentric core structures for highly efficient nonlinear optical crystals and their supramolecular interactions and terahertz applications. CrystEngComm, Vol. 18, Issue. 38, p. 7180.


    Lee, Seung-Heon Lee, Seung-Jun Jazbinsek, Mojca Kang, Bong Joo Rotermund, Fabian and Kwon, O-Pil 2016. Electro-optic crystals grown in confined geometry with optimal crystal characteristics for THz photonic applications. CrystEngComm, Vol. 18, Issue. 38, p. 7311.


    Lee, Kang-Hyun Lee, Seung-Heon Yun, Hoseop Jazbinsek, Mojca Kim, Jun Wan Rotermund, Fabian and Kwon, O-Pil 2016. Multi-functional supramolecular building blocks with hydroxy piperidino groups: new opportunities for developing nonlinear optical ionic crystals. CrystEngComm, Vol. 18, Issue. 31, p. 5832.


    Yamada, Toshiki Kaji, Takahiro Aoki, Isao Yamada, Chiyumi Mizuno, Maya Saito, Shingo Tominari, Yukihiro Tanaka, Shukichi and Otomo, Akira 2016. Terahertz time domain and far-infrared spectroscopies of side-chain electro-optic polymers. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 55, Issue. 3S2, p. 03DC11.


    Kim, Jun-Yeong Lee, Seung-Heon Choi, In Young Choi, Jae-Young Lee, Seung-Chul Jazbinsek, Mojca Kim, Woo-Sik Kwak, Sang Kyu Huh, Yun Suk Kang, Jeong Won and Kwon, O-Pil 2016. Stereoselective Inhibitors Based on Nonpolar Hydrocarbons for Polar Organic Crystals. Crystal Growth & Design, Vol. 16, Issue. 11, p. 6514.


    Chen, Honghong Ma, Qi Zhou, Yuqiao Yang, Zhou Jazbinsek, Mojca Bian, Yongzhong Ye, Ning Wang, Dong Cao, Hui and He, Wanli 2015. Engineering of Organic Chromophores with Large Second-Order Optical Nonlinearity and Superior Crystal Growth Ability. Crystal Growth & Design, Vol. 15, Issue. 11, p. 5560.


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Book description

This definitive guide to modern organic electro-optic and photonic technologies provides critical insight into recent advances in organic electro-optic materials, from the underlying quantum and statistical concepts through to the practical application of materials in modern devices and systems.• Introduces theoretical and experimental methods for improving organic electro-optic and photonic technologies• Reviews the central concepts of nonlinear optics, focusing on multi-scale theoretical methods• Provides clear insight into the structure and function relationships critical to optimizing the performance of devices based on organic electro-optic materials.Serving as a primer for the systematic nano-engineering of soft matter materials, this is an invaluable resource for those involved in the development of modern telecommunication, computing, and sensing technologies depending on electro-optic technology. It is also an indispensable work of reference for academic researchers and graduate students in the fields of chemistry, physics, electrical engineering, materials science and engineering, and chemical engineering.

Reviews

'The book is very clearly written and is beautifully illustrated. It deserves to be read by anybody working in photonics.'

Mircea Dragoman Source: Optics and Photonics News

' … very useful comparisons of organic and inorganic materials and the impact of competing technologies. … This book is useful as a reference book for researchers and graduate students interested in all aspects of organic nonlinear optics.'

Thomas M. Cooper Source: Materials Research Society Bulletin

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