Nonlinear Fiber Optics-Nonlinear Properties of Glasses

J. Toulouse, Physics Department, Lehigh University
The research of our group focuses on nonlinear optical effects in glasses and fibers, and their use for optical communications and sensing. The goal of our research program is to relate these nonlinear optical effects to the microscopic properties of the material, here glasses, and understand the mechanisms by which they arise.Here, we briefly present several on-going projects:
Research Nuggets:
All-Optical Modulation of Transmission in Silicon Photonic Crystal Waveguides
Light Propagation in Multicore Photonic Crystal Fibers
High SBS Threshold and Efficient Lasing in Photonic Crystal Fibers

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