CUDOS publishes two papers in OSA high impact journal Optica


CUDOS researchers have just published two papers in the Optical Society’s (OSA) high impact journal Optica Volume 1, Issue 5 – Nov., 2014.


Phase-locked, chip-based, cascaded stimulated Brillouin scattering was published in Optica on November 4, 2014.

Written by Thomas Büttner, Moritz Merklein, Irina Kabakova, Darren Hudson, Duk-Yong Choi, Barry Luther-Davies, Stephen Madden and Benjamin Eggleton from the Nonlinear Optical Photonics group, this research represents a significant step towards the realization of integrated optical frequency comb sources with gigahertz repetition rates.

Controlling free-carrier temporal effects in silicon by dispersion engineering was published in Optica on October 30, 2014.

Written by Andrea Blanco-Redondo, Daniel Eades, Juntao Li, Simon Lefrancois, Thomas Krauss, Benjamin Eggleton and Chad Husko, the research results unveil fundamental nonlinear optical processes and highlight dispersion engineering as a powerful tool for controlling free-carrier temporal effects.