Abstract

We demonstrate all-optical, subpicosecond switching in silicon photonics devices, using the femtosecond insulator-to-metal transition in vanadium dioxide as the driving mechanism for an in-waveguide modulator, and very low switching thresholds in a hybrid ring resonator.

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