By Andrea Cusano, Marco Consales, Alessio Crescitelli, Armando Ricciardi
This e-book specializes in a learn box that's swiftly rising as some of the most promising ones for the worldwide optics and photonics group: the “lab-on-fiber” expertise. encouraged through the well-established "lab on-a-chip" idea, this new know-how basically envisages novel and hugely functionalized units thoroughly built-in right into a unmarried optical fiber for either verbal exchange and sensing applications.
Based at the R&D adventure of a few of the world's top experts within the fields of optics, photonics, nanotechnology, and fabric technology, this ebook presents a vast and exact description of the most advancements and achievements within the lab-on-fiber expertise roadmap, additionally highlighting the recent views and demanding situations to be faced.
This publication is key for scientists attracted to the state-of-the-art fiber optic know-how, but additionally for graduate students.
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