Publications

Publications from Shin lab include Nature Photonics, Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Communications (2), Physical Review Letters (3), one KOREA patent, and two US patents.

Preprints

  • Jin-Hun Kim, Yong Sup Ihn, Yoon-Ho Kim, and Heedeuk Shin, “Photon-pair source working in silicon-based detector wavelength range using tapered micro/nanofibers,” [submitted]
  • Dong Hwa Lee, Kwang Jo Lee, Jinhun Kim, Kyungdeuk Park, Dongjin Lee, Yoon-ho Kim, and Heedeuk Shin, “Ultra-long tapered optical micro/nanofibers,” [submitted]
  • Hyeongpin Kim and Heedeuk Shin, “Tailorable and broadband on-chip optical power splitter,” [submitted]
  • R. Behunin, P. Kharel, W. Renninger, H. Shin, F. Carter, E. Kittlaus, and P.T. Rakich, “Long-lived guided phonons by manipulating two-level systems in silica,” Arxiv, 1501.04248. [PDF]

Journal Publications

  • Kyungdeuk Park, Dongjin Lee, Yong Sup Ihn, Yoon-Ho Kim, and Heedeuk Shin, “Observation of photon-pair generation in the normal group-velocity-dispersion regime with slight detuning from the pump wavelength,” New Journal of Physics 20, 103004 (2018).
  • Kwang Jo Lee, Sunmi Lee, and Heedeuk Shin, “Extended phase-matching properties of periodically poled potassium niobate crystals for mid-infrared polarization-entangled photon-pair generation,” Applied Optics 55, 9791 (2016).
  • Eric A. Kittlaus†, Heedeuk Shin†, and Peter T. Rakich, “Large Brillouin amplification in silicon,” Nature Photonics 10, 463-467 (2016). [† These authors contributed equally to this work.]
  • William Renninger, Heedeuk Shin, Ryan Behunin, Prashanta Kharel, Eric Kittlaus, and Peter Rakich, “Forward Brillouin scattering in hollow-core photonic bandgap fibers,” New Journal of Physics 18, 025008 (2016).
  • Heedeuk Shin, Jonathan Cox, Robert Jarecki, Andrew Starbuck, Zheng Wang, and Peter Rakich, “Control of coherent information via on chip photonic-phononic emitter-receivers,” Nature Communications 6, 6427 (2015).
  • Heedeuk Shin and Peter T. Rakich, “Optomechanics: Photons that pivot and shuttle,” Nature Nanotechnology, News & view, 9, 878–880 (2014).
  • Wenjun Qiu, Peter T. Rakich, Marin Solja, Heedeuk Shin, and Zheng Wang, “Stimulated Brillouin scattering in nanoscale silicon step-index waveguides: A general framework of selection rules and calculating SBS gain,” Optics Express 21, 31402–31419 (2013).
  • Heedeuk Shin, Zheng Wang, Wenjun Qiu, Robert Jarecki, J Cox, T. Olsson, and Peter T. Rakich, “Tailorable stimulated Brillouin scattering atnanoscale silicon waveguides,” Nature Communications 4, 1944 (2013).
  • Heedeuk Shin, Omar S. Magana-Loaiza, Mehul Malik, Malcolm N. O’Sullivan, and Robert W. Boyd, “Enhancing entangled-state phase estimation by mixing classical and quantum protocols,” Optics Express 21, 2816-2822 (2013).
  • Heedeuk Shin, Kam Wai Clifford Chan, Hye Jeong Chang, and Robert W. Boyd, “Quantum spatial super-resolution by the optical centroid measurement method,” Physical Review Letters 107, 083603 (2011).
  • George M. Gehring, Heedeuk Shin, Robert W. Boyd, Chil-Min Kim, and Byoung S. Ham, “Tunable optical time delay of quantum signals using a prism pair,” Optics Express 18, 19156 (2010).
  • Mehul Malik, Heedeuk Shin, Petros Zerom, and Robert W. Boyd, “Quantum Ghost Image Identification with Correlated Photon Pairs,” Physical Review Letters 104, 163602 (2010), [Corresponding author, May 2010 issue of Virtual Journal of Quantum Information].
  • Ksenia Dolgaleva, Heedeuk Shin, and Robert W. Boyd, “Observation of a Microscopic Cascaded Contribution to the Fifth-­Order Nonlinear Susceptibility,” Physical Review Letters 103, 113902 (2009), [September 2009 issue of Virtual Journal of Quantum Information].
  • Curtis J. Broadbent, Petros Zerom, Heedeuk Shin, John C. Howell, and Robert W. Boyd, “Discriminating Orthogonal Single­ Photon Images,” Physical Review A 79, 033802 (2009), [March 2009 issue of Virtual Journal of Quantum Information].
  • Heedeuk Shin, Aaron Schweinsberg, and Robert W. Boyd, “Reducing pulse distortion in fast­-light pulse propagation through an erbium-­doped fiber amplifier using a mutu­ally incoherent background field,” Optics Communications 282, 2085 (2009).
  • R. W. Boyd, K. W. C. Chan, A. Jha, M. Malik, C. O’Sullivan, H. Shin, and P. Zerom, “Quantum imaging: enhanced image formation using quantum states of light,” Proceedings of SPIE, 7342, 73420B (2009).
  • Heedeuk Shin, Hye Jeong Chang, Robert W. Boyd, M. R. Choi, and W. Jo, “Large nonlinear optical response of polycrystalline Bi3.25La0.75Ti3O12 ferroelectric thin films on quartz sub­strates,” Optics Letters 32, 2453 (2007).
  • Heedeuk Shin, Aaron Schweinsberg, George Gehring, Katie Schwertz, Hye Jeong Chang, Robert W. Boyd, Q-Han Park and Daniel J. Gauthier, “Reducing pulse distortion in fast-­light pulse propagation through an erbium­-doped fiber amplifier,” Optics Let­ters 32, 906 (2007), [April 2007 issue of Virtual Journal of Ultrafast Science].
  • Hye Jeong Chang, Heedeuk Shin, Malcolm N. O’Sullivan-Hale and Robert W. Boyd, “Implementation of sub-Rayleigh­ resolution lithography using an N­-photon absorber,” Journal of Modern Optics 53, 2271­ (2006).
  • M. S. Bigelow, N. N. Lepeshkin, H. Shin, and R. W. Boyd , “Propagation of smooth and discontinuous pulses through materials with very large or very small group velocities,” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 18, 3117 (2006).
  • R. W. Boyd, H. J. Chang, H. Shin, and M. C. O’Sullivan-Hale, “Progress in Quantum Lithography,” Proceedings of SPIE, 5893, 58930G-1 (2005).
  • S. H. Kang, H. D. Shin, C. H. Oh, D. H. Choi, and K. H. park, “Synthesis and Photoisomerization Properties of Polynorbornenes with Azobenzene Chromophores”, Bulletin of Korean Chemical Society 23, 957 (2002).
  • H. D. Shin, W. J. Joo, C. H. Oh, P. S. Kim, and Y. K. Han, “Determination of transition rate constants of trans-cis isomerization in a poly(malonic ester) containing disperse red 1”, Journal of Chemical Physics 117, 1677 (2002).
  • Won-Jae Joo, Hee-Deuk Shin, Cha-Hwan Oh, Seok-Ho Song, Pill-Soo Kim, Bong-Soo Ko, and Yang-Kyoo Han, “Novel mechanism of fast relaxation of photo-induced anisotropy in a poly(malonic esters) containing p-cyanoazobenzene,” Journal of Chemical Physics 113, 8848 (2000).

Patents

넓은 파장 영역에서 분배 비율의 조절이 가능한 실리콘 칩 타입의 광 분배기
Patent number: 10-1844987
Filed:  Oct. 19, 2017
Date of Patent: Mar. 28, 2018
Assignee: 포항공과대학교 산학협력단
Inventors: 신희득, 김형빈
Patent number: 9696492
Abstract: A radio-frequency photonic devices employs photon-phonon coupling for information transfer. The device includes a membrane in which a two-dimensionally periodic phononic crystal (PnC) structure is patterned. The device also includes at least a first optical waveguide embedded in the membrane. At least a first line-defect region interrupts the PnC structure. The first optical waveguide is embedded within the line-defect region.
Type: Grant
Filed: March 3, 2016
Date of Patent: July 4, 2017
Assignee: National Technology & Engineering Solutions of Sandia, LLC
Inventors: Jonathan Albert Cox, Robert L. Jarecki, Jr., Peter Thomas Rakich, Zheng Wang, Heedeuk Shin, Aleem Siddiqui, Andrew Lea Starbuck
Guided wave opto-acoustic device
Patent number: 9268092
Abstract: The various technologies presented herein relate to various hybrid phononic-photonic waveguide structures that can exhibit nonlinear behavior associated with traveling-wave forward stimulated Brillouin scattering (forward-SBS). The various structures can simultaneously guide photons and phonons in a suspended membrane. By utilizing a suspended membrane, a substrate pathway can be eliminated for loss of phonons that suppresses SBS in conventional silicon-on-insulator (SOI) waveguides. Consequently, forward-SBS nonlinear susceptibilities are achievable at about 3000 times greater than achievable with a conventional waveguide system. Owing to the strong phonon-photon coupling achievable with the various embodiments, potential application for the various embodiments presented herein cover a range of radiofrequency (RF) and photonic signal processing applications. Further, the various embodiments presented herein are applicable to applications operating over a wide bandwidth, e.g. 100 MHz to 50 GHz or more.
Type: Grant
Filed: October 16, 2013
Date of Patent: February 23, 2016
Assignee: Sandia Corporation
Inventors: Robert L. Jarecki, Jr., Peter Thomas Rakich, Ryan Camacho, Heedeuk Shin, Jonathan Albert Cox, Wenjun Qiu, Zheng Wang