The first part of this work deals with global infiltrated two-dimensional photonic Crystals. In those a static change of the photonic band structure has been observed. Pump-Probe-Experiments showed a dynamic 3% change of the reflectivity close to the band edge of the second band. Subsequently, a method to infiltrate several dyes into single pores was developed. In the second part Racetrack-Resonators consistent of Silicon-Chalcogenide-Hybride-Waveguides were fabricated. Their linear properties (group index, qualityfactor and Attenuation) were measured in comparison to resonators assembled by silicon-strip-waveguides. Subsequently, degenerate four wave mixing was studied in these structures. Special attention was piad on the influence of the resonances on the nonlinear optical process.