Publications: Journal Articles


  1. Tan, A., Wang, Y., Zhao, Y., Wang, B., Li, X. and Wang, A.X., 2022. Near infrared spectroscopy quantification based on Bi-LSTM and transfer learning for new scenarios. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, p.121759.
  2. Badamchi, B., Hsu, W.C., Simon, A.A.A., Chi, Z.Y., Manzi, J., Mitkova, M., Wang, A.X. and Subbaraman, H., 2022. Ultra-compact hybrid silicon: chalcogenide waveguide temperature sensor. Optics Express30(16), pp.28470-28478.
  3. Zhang, M., Liao, J., Kong, X., Yu, Q., Zhang, M. and Wang, A.X., 2022. Ultra-Sensitive, Rapid and On-Site Sensing Harmful Ingredients Used in Aquaculture with Magnetic Fluid SERS. Biosensors, 12(3), p.169.
  4. Hou, X., Sivashanmugan, K., Zhao, Y., Zhang, B. and Wang, A.X., 2022. Multiplex Sensing of Complex Mixtures by Machine Vision Analysis of TLC-SERS Images. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, p.131355.


  1. Shakya, J.R., Shashi, F.H. and Wang, A.X., 2021. Plasmonic color filter array based visible light spectroscopy. Scientific reports, 11(1), pp.1-8.
  2. W.C. Hsu, C. Zhen, and A.X. Wang, “Electrically Tunable High-Quality Factor Silicon Microring Resonator Gated by High Mobility Conductive Oxide,” ACS Photonics, Vol. 8(7), pp.1933-1936 (4 pages), 2021.
  3. S. Liu, X. Tian, J. Guo, X. Kong, L. Xu, Q. Yu, and A. X. Wang, “ Multi-functional plasmonic fabrics: A flexible SERS substrate and anti-counterfeiting security labels with tunable encoding information,” Applied Surface Science, Vol. 567, p.150861 (7 pages), 2021
  4. Hsu, W.C., Zhou, B. and Wang, A.X, 2021. MOS Capacitor-Driven Silicon Modulators: A Mini Review and Comparative Analysis of Modulation Efficiency and Optical Loss. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics.
  5. Zhang, B., Hou, X., Zhen, C. and Wang, A.X., 2021. Sub-Part-Per-Billion Level Sensing of Fentanyl Residues from Wastewater Using Portable Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Sensing. Biosensors, 11(10), p.370.
  6. W.C. Hsu, E. Li, B. Zhou, and A. X. Wang, “Characterization of Field-Effect Mobility at Optical Frequency by Microring Resonators,” Photonics Research, Vol.9, No.4, pp. 615-621 (7 pages), 2021
  7. J. Song, S. Yuan, C. Cui, Z. Li, A. X. Wang, C. Zeng, J. Xia, “High-efficiency and high-speed germanium photodetector enabled by multi-resonant photonic crystal,” Nanophotonics, Vol.10, No.3, pp.1081-1087 (7 pages), 2021
  8. Wang, S., Guo, J., Ma, Y., Wang, A.X., Kong, X. and Yu, Q., 2021. Fabrication and application of sers-active cellulose fibers regenerated from waste resource. Polymers, 13(13), p.2142.


  1. E. Li, B. Zhou, Y. Bo, and A. X. Wang, “High-Speed Silicon-Conductive Oxide Nanocavity Modulator,” Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol.39, No.1, pp.178-185 (8 pages), 2021
  2. E. Li, and A. X. Wang, “Femto-joule all-optical switching using epsilon-near-zero high-mobility conductive oxide,” Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol.27, No.2, 3600109, 2020
  3. B. Zhou, E. Li, Y. Bo, and A. X. Wang, “High-Speed Plasmonic-Silicon Modulator Driven by Epsilon-near-zero Conductive Oxide,” Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol.38, No.13, pp.3338-3345, 2020
  4. J. A. Kraai, A. X. Wang, and G. L. Rorrer, “Photonic Crystal Enhanced SERS Detection of Analytes Separated by Ultrathin Layer Chromatography Using a Diatom Frustule Monolayer,” Advanced Materials Interfaces, p.2000191 (2020).
  5. S. Liu, A. Kannegulla, X. Kong, R. Sun, Y. Liu, R. Wang, Q. Yu, and A. X. Wang, “Simultaneous colorimetric and surface-enhanced Raman scattering detection of melamine from milk,” Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 231, p.118130 (2020)
  6. H. Jarrett, M. Wade, J. Kraai, G. L. Rorrer, A. X. Wang, and H. Tan, “Self-powered microfluidic pump using evaporation from diatom biosilica thin films,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 24, pp.1-14 (2020)
  7. K. Squire, K. Sivashanmugan, B. Zhang, J. Kraai, G. L. Rorrer, and A. X. Wang “Multi-scale Plasmonic-Photonic Crystal Nanomaterial for Rapid Vapor-Phase Detection of Explosives,” ACS Applied Nano Material, Vol.3, 1656-1665 (2020)
  8. S. Liu, R. Cui, Y. Ma, Q. Yu, A. Kannegulla, B. Wu, H. Fan, A. X. Wang, and X. Kong, “Plasmonic cellulose textile fiber from waste paper for BPA sensing by SERS,” Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 227, p.117664 (2020)
  9. Y. Zhang, Yujing, X. Chong, H. Sun, M. Kedir, K-J Kim, P. Ohodnicki, A. X. Wang, C-H Chang, “Nanostructured Copper Sulfide Thin Film via a Spatial Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction Process Showing Significant Surface-Enhanced Infrared Absorption of CO2,” Journal of Materials Chemistry, Vol.8, pp.3069-3078 (2020)


  1. S. Liverman, H. Bialek, A. Natarajan, and A. X. Wang, “VCSEL Array-based Gigabit Free-space Optical Femtocell Communication,” Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol.38, pp.1659-1667 (2019)
  2. J. Shakya, and A. X. Wang, “Metal-Insulator-Metal plasmonic grating filter with suppressed Rayleigh anomaly,” Journal of Physics Communications, Vol.3, pp115010 (2019)
  3. K. Sivashanmugan, Y. Zhao, and A. X. Wang, “Tetrahydrocannabinol Sensing in Complex Biofluid with Portable Raman Spectrometer Using Diatomaceous SERS Substrates,” Biosensors, 9(4), p.125 (2019).
  4. E. Li, and A. X. Wang, “Theoretical analysis of energy efficiency and bandwidth limit of silicon photonic modulators,” Journal of Lightwave Technology, 37(23), pp.5801-5813 (2019).
  5. S. Liverman, S. Chen, A. Natarajan, and A. X. Wang, “Hybrid Femtocell and Attocell Optical Links for Free-space Optical Communication,” Optical Engineering, 58(8), p.086112 (2019).
  6. Y. Zhao, A. Tan, K. Squire, K. Sivashanmugan, and A. X. Wang, “Quaternion-based Parallel Feature Extraction: Extending the Horizon of Quantitative Analysis using TLC-SERS Sensing,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, p.126902.
  7. Q. Gao, E. Li, B. Zhou, and A. X. Wang, “Hybrid Silicon-Conductive Oxide-Plasmonic Electro-Absorption Modulator with 2 Volt Swing Voltage,” Journal of Nanophotonics, 13(3), p.036005
  8. K. Sivashanmugan, J. A. Kraai, K. Squire, A. Tan, Z. Yong, G. L Rorrer, and A. X Wang, “Biological Photonic Crystal-Enhanced Plasmonic Mesocapsules: Approaching Single-Molecule Optofluidic-SERS Sensing,” Advanced Optical Materials, adom.201900415
  9. K. Squire, Y. Zhao, A. Tan, K. Sivashanmugan, J. Kraai, G. Rorrer, and A. X. Wang, “Photonic Crystal-Enhanced Fluorescence Imaging Biosensor for Cardiovascular Disease Biomarker Screening with Machine Learning Analysis,” Sensors and Actuators B., Vol.290, pp.118-124 (2019)
  10. A. Tan, Y. Zhao, K. Sivashanmugan, K. Squire, and A. X. Wang, “Quantitative TLC-SERS detection of histamine in seafood with support vector machine analysis,” Food Control, Vol.103, pp.111-118 (2019)
  11. K. Sivashanmugan, J. A. Kraai, K. Squire, A. Tan, Z. Yong, G. L Rorrer, and A. X Wang, “Trace Detection of Tetrahydrocannabinol in Body Fluid via Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering and Principal Component Analysis,” ACS Sensors, Vol.4, pp.1109-1117 (2019)
  12. E. Li, B. Ashrafi Nia, B. Zhou, and A. X Wang, “Transparent Conductive Oxide-Gated Silicon Microring with Extreme Resonance Wavelength Tunability”, Photonics Research, Vol.7, pp.473-477 (2019)


  1. J. Kraai, G. L. Rorrer, and A. X. Wang, “Highly-porous diatom biosilica stationary phase for thin-layer chromatography,” Journal of Chromatography A, Vol.1591, pp. 162-170 (2019)
  2. S. Liverman, Q. Wang, Y-C Chu, A. Borah, S. Wang, A. Natarajan, A. X. Wang, T. Nguyen, “WiFO: A Hybrid Communication Network Based on Integrated Free-Space Optical and WiFi Femtocells,” Computer Communications, Vol.132, 74-83 (2018)
  3. Q. Yu, X. Kong, Y. Ma, R. Wang, Q. Liu, JP Hinestroza, A. X. Wang, T. Vuorinen, “Multi-functional regenerated cellulose fibers decorated with plasmonic Au nanoparticles for colorimetry and SERS assays,” Cellulose, Vol. 25, 6041-6053 (2018)
  4. Q. Gao, E. Li, A. X. Wang, “Comparative Analysis of Transparent Conductive Oxide Electro-Absorption Modulators,” Optical Materials Express, Vol.8, 2850-2862 (2018)
  5. E. Li, Q. Gao, S. Liverman, and A. X. Wang, “One-Volt Silicon Photonic Crystal Nanocavity Modulator with Indium Oxide Gate,” Optics Letters, Vol.43, 4429-4432 (2018)
  6. K. Squire, X. Kong, P. Leduff, G. L. Rorrer, and A. X. Wang, “Photonic crystal enhanced fluorescence immunoassay on diatom biosilica,” Journal of Biophotonics, Vo.11, e201800009 (2018)
  7. K-J Kim, Y. Zhang, P. B. Kreider, X. Chong, A. X. Wang, P. R. Ohodnicki Jr., J. P. Baltrus, C-H. Chang, “Nucleation and growth of oriented metal-organic framework thin films on thermal SiO2 surface,” Thin Solid Films, Vol. 659, 24-35 (2018)
  8. X. Kong, Q. Yu, E. Li, R. Wang, Q. Liu, and A. X. Wang, “Diatomite Photonic Crystals for Facile On-chip Chromatography and Sensing of Harmful Ingredients from Food,” MDPI Materials, Vol.11, 539 (2018)
  9. Q. Gao, E. Li, and A. X. Wang, “Ultra-Compact and Broad-band Electro-absorption Modulator using Epsilon-Near-Zero Conductive Oxide,” Photonics Research, Vol.6, 277-281 (2018).
  10. E. Li, Q. Gao, R. T Chen, and A. X. Wang, “Ultra-Compact Silicon-Conductive Oxide Nano-Cavity Modulator with 0.02 Lambda-Cubic Active Volume,” Nano Letters, Vol.18, 1075–1081 (2018)
  11. X. Chong, Y. Zhang, E. Li, K-J Kim, P. Ohodnicki, C-H Chang, and A. X. Wang, “Surface-Enhanced Infrared Absorption: Pushing the Frontier for On-Chip Gas Sensing”, ACS Sensors, Vol.3, 230–238 (2018)
  12. X. Kong, X-Y Chong, K. Squire, and A. X. Wang, “Microfluidic Diatomite Analytical Devices for Illicit Drug Sensing with ppb-Level Sensitivity,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol.259, 587-595 (2018)
  13. G. H. Albuquerque, K. Squire, A. X. Wang, and G. S. Herman, “Continuous Synthesis of Mono-disperse Ag Nanocubes,” ACS Crystal Growth & Design, Vol.18, 119-125 (2018)


  1. X-Y Chong, K-J Kim, E. Li, Y. Zhang, P. R. Ohodnicki, C-H Chang, and A. X. Wang, “Plasmonic nano-patch array with integrated metal-organic framework for enhanced infrared absorption gas sensing,” IOP Nanotechnology, Vol.28, 26LT01 (2017).
  2. X. Kong, K. Squire, Y. Liu, B. Wu, L-J Cheng, and A. X. Wang, “Plasmonic Nanoparticles-Decorated Diatomite Biosilica: Extending the Horizon of On-chip Chromatography and Label-Free Biosensing,” Journal of Biophotonics, Vol.10, pp.1473-1484 (2017)
  3. X. Kong, and A. X. Wang, “Nanoliter analyte sensing on hybrid plasmonic-biosilica nanostructured materials,” Procedia Technology, Vol.27, pp.27-28 (2017)  
  4. X. Kong, K. Squire, X. Chong, and A. X Wang, “Ultra-Sensitive Lab-on-a-Chip Detection of Sudan I in Food using Plasmonics-Enhanced Diatomaceous Thin Film,” Food Control, Vol.79, pp.258-265 (2017)
  5. C. Liu, Z. Wang, E. Li, Z. Liang, S. Chakravarty, X. Xu, A. X. Wang, and R. T. Chen, D. L. Fan, “Electrokinetic-Manipulation Integrated Plasmonic-Photonic Hybrid Raman Nanosensors with Dual Enhanced Sensitivity,” ACS Sensors, Vol.2, pp.346-353 (2017)
  6. Gao, S. Liverman, and A. X. Wang, “Design and Characterization of High Efficiency Nanoantenna Couplers with Plasmonic Integrated Circuit,” IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol.35, 3182-3188 (2017)
  7. X. Kong, Y. Xi, P. Le Duff, X. Chong, F. Ren, G. L. Rorrer, and A. X. Wang, “Detecting explosive molecules from nanoliter solution: a new paradigm of SERS sensing on hydrophilic photonic crystal biosilica,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol.88, pp.63-70 (2017)


  1. X. Kong, K. Squire, E. Li, P. LeDuff, G. L. Rorrer, S. Tang, B. Chen, C. McKay, R. Navarro-Gonzalez, and A. X. Wang, “Chemical and Biological Sensing using Diatom Photonic Crystal Biosilica with In-Situ Growth Plasmonic Nanoparticles”, IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, Vol.15, pp.828-834 (2016)
  2. S. Tang, B. Chen, C. P. McKay, R. Navarro-Gonzalez, and A. X. Wang, “Detection of Trace Organics in Martian Soil Analogs Using Fluorescence-free Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy,” Optics Express, Vol.24, 22104-22109 (2016)
  3. X. Kong, Y. Xi, P. Le Duff, E. Li, Y. Liu, L-J Cheng, G. L. Rorrer, H. Tan, A. X. Wang, “Optofluidic Sensing from Inkjet-Printed Droplets: the Enormous Enhancement by Evaporation-Induced Spontaneous Flow on Photonic Crystal Biosilica,” Nanoscale, Vol.8, pp.17285-94, (2016)
  4. R. Ravichandran,A. X. Wang, and J. F. Wager, “Solid State Dielectric Screening Versus Band Gap Trends and Implications”, Optical Materials, Vol.60, 181-187 (2016)
  5. X. Chong, E. Li, K. Squire, and A. X. Wang, “On-chip Near-infrared Spectroscopy of CO2 using High Resolution Plasmonic Filter Array,” Applied Physics Letters, 108, 221106 (2016)
  6. X-Y Chong, K-J Kim, E. Li, Y. Zhang, P. R. Ohodnicki, C-H Chang, and A. X. Wang, “Near-Infrared Absorption Gas Sensing with Metal-Organic Framework on Optical Fibers,” Sensors &Actuators: B. Chemical, Vol.232, 43-51 (2016)
  7. E. Li, X. Chong, F. Ren, and A. X. Wang, “Broadband on-chip near-infrared spectroscopy based on plasmonic grating filter array,” Optics Letters, Vol.41, 1913-1916 (2016)
  8. Q. Gao, F. Ren, A. X. Wang, “Direct and Efficient Optical Coupling into Plasmonic Integrated Circuits from Optical Fibers,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol.28, 1165-1168 (2016)


  1. A. X. Wang, Xinyuan Chong, Ki-Joong Kim, Erwen Li, Yujing Zhang, Paul R. Ohodnicki and Chih-Hung Chang, “Ultra-sensitive fiber-optic gas sensors are enhanced by metal-organic materials,” 29 December 2015, SPIE Newsroom. DOI: 10.1117/ 2.1201511.006205
  2. K-Y Kim, X-Y Chong, F. Ren, and A. X. Wang, “Slow-light effect via Rayleigh anomaly and the effect of finite gratings,” Optics Letters, Vol.40, No.22, 5339-5342 (2015)
  3. F. Ren, K-Y Kim, X-Y Chong, and A. X. Wang, “Effect of finite metallic grating size on Rayleigh anomaly-surface plasmon polariton resonances,” Optics Express, 23, no. 22, 28868-28873 (2015).
  4. K-Y Kim, and A. X. Wang, “Spin angular momentum of surface modes from the perspective of optical power flow”, Optics Letters, Vol. 40, Issue 12, pp. 2929-2932 (2015)
  5. A. X. Wang, Xianming Kong, “Review of Recent Progress of Plasmonic Materials and Nano-Structures for Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering,” MDPI Materials, 8(6), 3024-3052 (2015)
  6. X. Chong, K-J Kim, E. Li, P. R. Ohodnicki, C-H Chang, and A. X. Wang, “Ultra-Short Near-Infrared Fiber-Optic Sensors for Carbon Dioxide Detection”, IEEE Sensors, 10.1109/JSEN.2015.2438063 (2015)
  7. F. Ren, M. Li, Q. Gao, William Cowell, III, J. Luo, A. K-Y Jen, A. X. Wang, “Surface-Normal Plasmonic Modulator using Sub-Wavelength Metal Grating on Electro-Optic Polymer Thin Film,” Optics Communication, Vol. 352, pp. 116–120 (2015)
  8. Z. Wang, H. Yan, S. Chakravarty, H. Subbaraman, X. Xu, D.L. Fan, A. X. Wang, and R. T. Chen, “Microfluidic channels with ultralow-loss waveguide crossings for various chip-integrated photonic sensors,” Optics Letters, Vol.40, 1563-1566 (2015)
  9. K-J Kim, X. Chong, P. B. Kreider, G. Ma, P. R. Ohodnicki, J. P. Baltrus, A. X. Wang, and C-H Chang, “Plasmonics-enhanced metal-organic framework nanoporous films for highly sensitive near-infrared absorption”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C, DOI: 10.1039/ C4TC02846E (2015)
  10. J. Yang, Z. Le, F. Ren, J. Campbell, G. L. Rorrer, A. X. Wang, “Ultra-Sensitive Immunoassay Biosensors using Hybrid Plasmonic-Biosilica Nanostructured Materials,” Journal of Biophotonics, Vol. 8, 659-667 (2015)


  1. J. Yang, F. Ren, X-Y Chong, D-L Fan, S. Chakravarty, Z. Wang, R. T, Chen, and A. X. Wang, “Guided-mode resonance gratings on indium-tin-oxide thin film for surface-enhanced Raman scattering spectroscopy,” MDPI Photonics 2014, 1, 380-389. DOI: 10.3390/ photonics1040380
  2. K-Y Kim, and A. X. Wang, “Relation of the angular momentum of surface modes to the position of their power-flow center”, Optics Express, Vol.22, 30184-30190 (2014)
  3. F. Ren, F., X-Y Wang, Z. Li, J. Luo, S-H Jang, A K-Y Jen, and A. X. Wang, “Enhanced third harmonic generation by organic materials on high-Q plasmonic photonic crystals,” Optics Express, 22, 20292-20297 (2014).
  4. F. Ren, J. Campbell, G. L. Rorrer, and A. X. Wang, “Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Sensors from Nano-Biosilica with Self-Assembled Plasmonic Nanoparticles,” IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Special Issue in Nanobiophotonics, 20, 6900806 (2014)


  1. F. Ren, J. Campbell, X-Y Wang, G. L. Rorrer, and A. X. Wang, “Enhancing surface plasmon resonances of metallic nanoparticles by diatom biosilica,” Optics Express 21, 15308-15313 (2013)
  2. F. Ren, X-Y Wang, A. X. Wang, “Thermo-Optic Modulation of Plasmonic Bandgap on Metallic Photonic Crystal Slab,” Applied Physics Letters, 102, 181101 (2013)
  3. X. B. Xu, H. Li, Dihan Hasan, R. Ruoff, A. X. Wang and D. L. Fan, “Near-Field Enhanced Magnetic Plasmonic Bifunctional Nanotubes for Single Cell Bioanalysis”, Advanced Functional Materials, doi: 10.1002/adfm.201203822 (2013).


  1. X. Zhang, B-S Lee, C-Y Lin, A. X. Wang, and R. T. Chen, “Highly Linear, Broadband Optical Modulator Based on Electro-optic Polymer,” IEEE Journal of Photonics, 4, 2214-2228 (2012)
  2. Che-Yun Lin, Harish Subbaraman, Amir Hosseini, Liang Zhu, Alan X. Wang, and Ray T. Chen, “Silicon Nanomembrane Based Photonic Crystal Waveguide Array for Wavelength-Tunable True-Time-Delay Lines,” Applied Physics Letters, 101, 051101 (2012)
  3. Alan X. Wang, “The Right Choice for Optical Bus Interconnect: Metallic-Hollow-Core- Waveguides or Multimode Polymer Waveguides?” Optical Engineering, 51, 075401 (2012)
  4. Xiaobin Xu, Dihan Hasan, Lei Wang, Swapnajit Chakravarty, Ray T. Chen, D. L. Fan, and Alan X. Wang, “Guided-Mode-Resonance-Coupled Plasmonic-Active SiO2 Nanotubes for Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy”, Applied Physics Letters, 100, 191114 (2012).
  5. Che-Yun Lin, Alan X. Wang, and Ray T. Chen, “Coupling loss minimization of slow light slotted photonic crystal waveguides using mode matching with continuous group index perturbation”, Optics Letters, 37, 232-234 (2012)


  1. Alan X. Wang, Che-Yun Lin, Beom Suk Lee, Xingyu Zhang, and Ray T. Chen, “High dynamic range electric field sensor for electromagnetic pulse detection,” Optics Express, 19, 17372-17377 (2011)
  2. Xinyuan Dou, Alan X. Wang, Xiaohui Lin, and Ray T. Chen, “Photolithography-free polymer optical waveguide arrays for optical backplane bus,” Optics Express, 19, 14403-14410 (2011)
  3. Beom Suk Lee, Che-Yun Lin, Xiaolong Wang, and Ray T. Chen, “Demonstration of a linearized traveling wave Y-fed directional coupler modulator based on electro-optic polymer,” IEEE J. Lightwave Technol, 29, 1931-1936 (2011).
  4. Wei-Cheng Lai, Swapnajit Chakravarty, Xiaolong Wang, Cheyun Lin, and Ray T. Chen, “On-Chip Near-Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy of Methane with a Photonic Crystal Slot Waveguide Spectrometer,” Optics Letters, 36, 984-986 (2011)
  5. Xiaohui Lin, Xinyuan Dou, Xiaolong Wang, and Ray T. Chen, “Nickel Electroplating for Nano Structure Mold Fabrication,” Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 11, 7006-7010 (2011)
  6. Xiaolong Wang, Che-Yun Lin, Swapnajit Chakravarty, and Ray T. Chen, “Effective In-Device r33 of 735pm/V on Electro-Optic Polymer Infiltrated Silicon Photonic Crystal Slot Waveguide,” Optics Letters,36, 882-884 (2011)
  7. Wei-Cheng Lai, Swapnajit Chakravarty, Xiaolong Wang, Che-Yun Lin, and Ray T. Chen, “Photonic Crystal Slot Waveguide Absorption Spectrometer for On-Chip Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of Xylene in Water”, Applied Physics Letters, 98, 023304 (2011)
  8. Beom Suk Lee, Che-Yun Lin, Xiaolong Wang, Raluca Dinu, and Ray T. Chen, Linearized Electro-Optic Polymer Modulators based on Two-Section Y-fed Directional Coupler,” Applied Optics, Vol.49, no.33, 6485-6488 (2010)
  9. Xiaolong Wang, Che-Yun Lin, Swapnajit Chakravarty,Beom Suk Lee, Wei-Cheng Lai, and Ray T. Chen, “Wideband Group Velocity Independent Coupling into Slow Light Silicon Photonic Crystal Waveguide,” Applied Physics Letters, Vol.97, 183302 (2010)
  10. Che-Yun Lin, Xiaolong Wang, Swapnajit Chakravarty, Weicheng Lai, Beom-Suk Lee, Jingdong Luo, Alex K-Y. Jen, Ray T. Chen, “Electro-optic polymer infiltrated silicon photonic crystal slot waveguide modulator with 23 dB slow light enhancement”, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 97, 093304 (2010)
  11. Xinyuan Dou, Xiaolong Wang, Xiaohui Lin, David Z. Pan, and Ray T. Chen, “Highly Flexible Polymeric Optical Waveguide for Out-of-Plane Optical Interconnects,” Optics Express, Vol.18, No.15, 16227-16233 (2010)
  12. Xiaolong Wang, Boem-Suk Lee, Che-Yun Lin, Dechang An, and Ray T. Chen, “Toward 120dB/Hz Spurious Free Dynamic Range: the Design and Experimental Works of Electro-Optic Polymer Linear Modulator based on Multiple-Domain Y-fed Directional Coupler,” IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technol., Vol.28, No.11, 1670-1676 (2010)
  13. Xinyuan Dou, Xiaolong Wang, Haiyu Huang, Xiaohui Lin,and Ray T. Chen,Polymeric waveguides with embedded micro-mirrors formed by Metallic Hard Mold,” Optics Express, Vol.18, No.1, pp.378-385 (2010)
  14. Xinyuan Dou, Xiaonan Chen, Maggie Yihong Chen, Xiaolong Wang, Wei Jiang, Ray T. Chen, “Packaging consideration of two dimensional polymer-based photonic crystals for laser beam steering,” J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol., Vol.10, No.3, 1650-1655 (2010)
  15. Xiaolong Wang, Swapnajit Chakravarty, Boem-Suk Lee, Che-Yun Lin, and Ray T. Chen, “Ultra-Efficient Control of Light Transmission through Photonic Potential Barrier Modulation,” Optics Letters, Vol.34, No.20, pp.3202-3204 (2009)
  16. Boem-Suk Lee, Che-Yun Lin, Xiaolong Wang, Jingdong Luo, Alex K.Y. Jen, and Ray T. Chen, “Bias-free electro-optic polymer based two-section Y-branch waveguide modulator with 22-dB linearity enhancement,” Optics Letters, Vol.34, No.21, pp.3277-3279 (2009)
  17. Xiaonan Chen, Xiaolong Wang, Swapnajit Chakravarty, Ray T. Chen, “Electrooptically-active Slow-light-enhanced Silicon Slot Photonic Crystal Waveguides,” Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol.15, No.15, pp.1506-1509 (2009)
  18. Xiaolong Wang, Wei Jiang, Li Wang, Hai Bi, and R. T. Chen, “Fully Embedded Board Level Optical Interconnects:  From Waveguide Fabrication to Device Integration,” IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technol., Vol.26, No.2, pp.243-250 (2008)
  19. Xiaolong Wang, Li Wang, Wei Jiang, and R. T. Chen, “51cm-long Hard-molded Waveguide Array with 150 GHz Bandwidth for Board Level Optical Interconnects”, Optics Letters, Vol. 32, Issue 6, pp. 677-679 (2007)
  20. Xiaolong Wang, Ray T. Chen, “Image Enhanced Polymer-based Multi-mode Interference Coupler Covering C- and L- Bands Using Deeply Etched Air Trenches,” Applied Physics Letters, Vol.90, 111106 (2007)
  21. Xiaolong Wang, Brie Howely, Maggie Chen, Ray T.Chen, “Phase Error Corrected 4-Bit True Time Delay Module Using Cascaded 2×2 Polymer Waveguide Switch Array,” Applied Optics, Vol.46, no.3, pp.379-383 (2007)
  22. Brie Howley, Xiaolong Wang, Maggie Chen, and Ray T. Chen, “Reconfigurable Delay Time Polymer Planar Lightwave Circuit for an X-band Phased-Array Antenna Demonstration,” IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 883-890, (2007) 
  23. Xiaolong Wang, Brie Howely, Maggie Chen, Ray T.Chen, “4×4 Non-blocking Polymeric Thermo-optic Switch Matrix using the Total Internal Reflection Effect,” IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol.12, pp.997-1000, Sep/Oct (2006)
  24. Xiaolong Wang, Brie Howley, Maggie Chen and Ray Chen,  “Polarization-independent All-wave Polymer Based TIR Thermo-optic Switch,” IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technol., Vol.24, pp.1558-1565 (2006)
  25. Xiaolong Wang, Brie Howley, Maggie Y. Chen, and Ray T. Chen,  “Crosstalk-Minimized Polymeric 2X2 Thermo-optic Switch,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol.18, pp.16-18, (2006)
  26. Brie Howley, Xiaolong Wang, and Ray T. Chen, Yihong Chen, “Experimental evaluation of curved polymer waveguides with air trenches and offsets,” Journal of Applied Physics, Vol.100, 023114 (2006)
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