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Feb 7
14:00 - 15:00
Prof Anna Peacock (Optoelectronics Research Center, University of Southampton): Semiconductor Optical Fibres: A New Platform for Nonlinear Optics?
Physical Sciences colloquia
OSA Student Chapter Talk

Silicon photonics is currently one of the largest growing areas of research, attracting considerable interest amongst both academic and industrial communities. The ability to incorporate the semiconductor functionality into the optical fibre geometry provides an important step towards the seamless integration of these two technologies, as well as opening up new application areas for optical fibre systems. This seminar will review recent progress in the emerging field of semiconductor optical fibres, highlighting the different materials and novel geometries that are available through this platform. Particular focus will be placed on our effort to characterize the nonlinear optical properties of the silicon core fibres from telecoms wavelengths up to the short-wave infrared, with the results being discussed in relation to future device development.

Location

Ingram Lecture Theatre
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to all,

Contact: Helena Shepherd
E: h.j.shepherd@kent.ac.uk
School of Physical Sciences

 

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