@article{ar_2011_1,
Author = {D. Moctezuma-Enriquez and Y. J. Rodriguez-Viveros and M. B. Manzanares-Martinez and
P. Castro-Garay and E. Urrutia-Banuelos and J. Manzanares-Martinez},
Title = {Existence of a giant hypersonic elastic mirror in porous silicon superlattices},
Journal = {Applied Physics Letters},
Year = 2011,
Volume = 99,
Number = {171901},
Month = {October},
Abstract = {In this work, we theoretically predict the possibility to obtain a giant hypersonic
elasticmirror in porous siliconsuperlattices by using a phononic heterostructure. The
heterostructure is composed of a tandem of multiple phononic crystal lattices with periods in the
range 37–167 nm, which recently have been experimentally reported [L. C. Parsons and G. T. Andrews,
Appl. Phys. Lett. 95, 241909 (2009)]. Considering the scalability of the eigenvalues of the elastic
waveequation, the lattices are chosen such that each stop band can be superposed to obtain a larger
overall stop band. Theoretical evidence of a giant hypersonic phononic mirror for longitudinal and
transverse vibrations is found in the gigahertz range.}
}
@article{ar_2012_1,
Author = {J. Manzanares-Martinez and D. Moctezuma-Enriquez and Y. J. Rodriguez-Viveros and B.
Manzanares-Martinez and P. Castro-Garay},
Title = {Non-perpendicular hypersonic and optical stop-bands in porous silicon multilayers},
Journal = {Applied Physics Letters},
Year = 2012,
Volume = 101,
Number = {261902},
Month = {December},
Abstract = {We study by theoretical simulations the non-perpendicular propagation of
electromagnetic and elastic waves in porous silicon multilayers. We proceeded in three steps. First,
we found the conditions to obtain a simultaneous photonic-phononic mirror at normal incidence.
Second, we determined the angular variation of the mirrors computing the projected band structure.
In a third step, we found out, on the one hand, that there are no conditions to obtain an
omnidirectional mirror for electromagnetic waves. But, on the other hand, we found the conditions
were possible to obtain an omnidirectional mirror for elastic waves. Moreover, the elasticmirror is
revealed to be a polarization-converter due to the conversion of evanescent modes in the band gap.}
}
@article{manzanares2012modeling,
title={Modeling the angular distribution of radiation emitted by a luminescent dye embedded
in a finite photonic crystal},
author={Manzanares, Jesus and Castro-Garay, Paola and Rodriguez-Viveros, Yohan Jasdid and
Urrutia-Banuelos, Efrain and Moctezuma-Enriquez, Damian},
year={2012},
publisher={META12}
}
@book{bk_2013_1,
Author = {Yohan Rodríguez and Jesús Manzanares},
Title = {Simulación Computacional de Nanoestructuras con Meep: Técnicas, análisis y modelado
computacional en Meep con el método (FDTD) (Spanish Edition)},
Publisher = {Editorial Académica Española},
Year = {2013},
ISBN = {3659069418},
URL =
{http://www.amazon.com/Simulaci%C3%B3n-Computacional-Nanoestructuras-Meep-computacional/dp/365906941
8%3FSubscriptionId%3D0JYN1NVW651KCA56C102%26tag%3Dtechkie-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creati
ve%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3D3659069418}
}
@inproceedings{2013APS..MAR.Q1178C,
Author = {{Castro-Garay}, P. and {Manzanares-Martinez}, J. and {Jasdid Rodriguez-Viveros}, Y. and
{Moctezuma-Enriquez}, D.},
Title = {Modeling the tuning of lasing in liquid crystal based one-dimensional Photonic Crystal
using the Finite Difference Time-Domain Method},
Booktitle = {APS March Meeting Abstracts},
Year = 2013,
Month = {March},
Pages = {1178},
Adsurl = {http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2013APS..MAR.Q1178C},
Adsnote = {Provided by the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System}
}
@inproceedings{manzanares2013simultaneous,
title={Simultaneous hypersonic and optical mirrors in nanometric porous silicon multilayers},
author={Manzanares-Martinez, Jesus and Castro-Garay, Paola and Moctezuma-Enriquez, Damian and
Rodriguez-Viveros, Yohan Jasdid},
booktitle={APS Meeting Abstracts},
volume={1},
pages={22009},
year={2013}
}
@article{ar_2013_3,
Pdf = {http://www.m-hikari.com/astp/astp2013/astp17-20-2013/3666.html},
Author = {D. Moctezuma-Enriquez and P. Castro-Garay and Y. Rodriguez-Viveros and J.
Manzanares-Martinez and B. Manzanares-Martinez},
Title = {Phoxonic band gaps in porous silicon multilayers at frequencies of the visible and
hypersound},
Journal = {Adv. Studies Theor. Phys.},
Year = 2013,
Volume = 7,
Number = {19},
Pages = {907-914},
Month = {June},
Abstract = {We report on the occurrence of the simultaneous existence of Photonic and Phononic
Band Gaps in Porous Silicon Multilayers (PSM) with modulation in the range of 40-167 nm. We present
rigorous electrodynamic and elastodynamics calculations of the eigenvalues of the wave equations for
electromagnetic and longitudinal (transverse) mechanical vibrations. PSM are identified as PhoXonic
structures exhibiting ranges of forbidden frequencies for ultraviolet/visible light and hypersound.}
}
@article{ar_2013_2,
Pdf = {http://www.m-hikari.com/astp/astp2013/astp21-24-2013/39118.html},
Author = {D. Moctezuma-Enriquez and Y. Rodriguez-Viveros and B. Manzanares-Martinez and C. I.
Ham-Rodriguez and J. Manzanares-Martinez},
Title = {Experimental evidence of the non-transmission range enlargement in phononic
heterostructures},
Journal = {Adv. Studies Theor. Phys.},
Year = 2013,
Volume = 7,
Number = {24},
Pages = {1195-1204},
Month = {September},
Note = {ASTP},
Abstract = {In this work we present experimental evidence of the enlargement of the
non-transmission range in one-dimensional phononic crystal heterostructures. Heterostructures are
composed by a tandem of different phononic crystal lattices. The constituent phononic crystal
lattices have been properly chosen so that their band gaps overlap each other to obtain a giant stop
band. Heterostructures consisting of a periodic arrangement of aluminum and epoxy layers were
fabricated and characterized. We have designed giant stop bands in the range of MHz obtaining a good
agreement between theoretical and experimental results.}
}
@article{ar_2013_4,
Pdf = {http://www.m-hikari.com/astp/astp2013/astp13-16-2013/3438.html},
Author = {D. Moctezuma-Enriquez and P. Castro-Garay and Y. Rodriguez-Viveros and J.
Manzanares-Martinez},
Title = {Modification of the radiation of a luminescent dye embedded in a finite one-dimensional
photonic crystal},
Journal = {Adv. Studies Theor. Phys.},
Year = 2013,
Volume = 7,
Number = {15},
Pages = {707-716},
Month = {April},
Abstract = {A numerical modeling of the radiation emitted by a Luminescent dye embedded in a
finite one-dimensional photonic crystal is presented. The Photonic Band Structure and the Photonic
Density of States are obtained using a classical electromagnetic approach, and the Finite Difference
Time-Domain formalism is used to calculate the electromagnetic field distribution. It is found that
the periodic modulation provides an effective way to control the Spontaneous Emission under certain
circumstances. We find the conditions where a large amount of light can be enhanced on the vicinity
of a photonic band edge due to the presence of a high density of states. This phenomena opens the
possibility to design new Lasers sources.}
}
@inproceedings{manzanares2015phoxonic,
title={Phoxonic structure with Photonic and Phononic Stop Bands at the same reduced frequency},
author={Manzanares-Martinez, J and Castro-Garay, P and Manzanares-Martinez, B and Moctezuma-Enriquez,
D and Rodriguez-Viveros, YJ and Ham-Rodriguez, CI},
booktitle={SPIE Nanoscience+ Engineering},
pages={95580Q--95580Q},
year={2015},
organization={International Society for Optics and Photonics}
}
@article{rodriguez2015subwavelength,
title={Subwavelength mode conversion caused by bending in photonic waveguides},
author={Rodriguez-Viveros, Y. J. and Moctezuma-Enriquez, D. and Castro-Garay, P. and Manzanares-Martinez,
B. and Ham-Rodriguez, C. I. and Urrutia-Banuelos, E. and Manzanares-Martinez, J.},
journal={ACES JOURNAL},
volume={30},
number={12},
pages={1269--1275},
year={2015},
publisher={ACES},
Abstract = { We study the propagation of light in a subwavelength planar waveguide with an angular bend.
We observe the mode conversion of a guided wave with a symmetric beam profile impinging into the bending
of a waveguide. The guided wave outgoing from the bend is a mixed set of symmetric and asymmetric modes.
The amount of mode conversion through the bend is quantified by calculating the Fourier transform of the
electric field profile. It is found that the conversion rate is a function of the bending angle.}
}
@book{9783639811674,
Author = {Yohan J. Rodríguez Viveros},
Title = {Simulación Computacional del Campo Electromagnético en Nanoestructuras: Análisis, simulación y diseño computacional de campos electromagnéticos utilizando el método FDTD (Spanish Edition)},
Publisher = {Editorial Académica Española},
Year = {2016},
ISBN = {3639811674},
URL = {https://www.amazon.com/Simulaci%C3%B3n-Computacional-Campo-Electromagn%C3%A9tico-Nanoestructuras/dp/3639811674%3FSubscriptionId%3D0JYN1NVW651KCA56C102%26tag%3Dtechkie-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3D3639811674}
}