Quantum Photonic Interpretation of Dispersion for developing Attosecond Optical Devices
Paper ID : 1297-ICNS
Hassan Kaatuzian *
Professor of Electrical Engineering Dept., Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic)
In this paper, we use Quantum Photonic (Q.P.) theoretical analysis to describe why dispersion occurs in dispersive media. This justification is necessary for development of ultrafast photonic devices in atto-second nano-scale optical integrated circuits. Q.P. is an authentic concept. It is based on Bohm theory. Bohmian mechanics, with intuition physics belief, based on Causality and not Duality, has been mostly ignored and even boycotted during last 70 years. Q.P. corpuscular viewpoint, states that flight route of photons at different colours of light in first few atomic layers from the interface of a dispersive transparent material is not abruptly refracted. As in the case of Snell’s law. But instead, it gradually refracts step by step and asymptotes to output angle. This gradually refraction for Blue photon is considerably higher than Green or Red photons. We’ve used time-domain statistical dynamic Montecarlo method for simulations. Errors in our predictions, compared with experiments, always are much less than or at most five (5) percent.
Dispersion, Refraction, Quantum Photonics, Bohmian Mechanics, Montecarlo Method, Attosecond Time Scales.
Status : Abstract Accepted (Oral Presentation)