Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers

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Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers. / Sørensen, Simon Toft; Møller, Uffe Visbech; Larsen, Casper; Moselund, P. M.; Jakobsen, C.; Johansen, J.; Andersen, T. V.; Thomsen, C. L.; Bang, Ole.

2012. Abstract from The International OSA Network of Students (IONS) conference and SPIE Federation of Optics College and University Students (FOCUS), New York, United States.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

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Sørensen, ST, Møller, UV, Larsen, C, Moselund, PM, Jakobsen, C, Johansen, J, Andersen, TV, Thomsen, CL & Bang, O 2012, 'Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers' The International OSA Network of Students (IONS) conference and SPIE Federation of Optics College and University Students (FOCUS), New York, United States, 10/10/12 - 12/10/12,

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Sørensen, S. T., Møller, U. V., Larsen, C., Moselund, P. M., Jakobsen, C., Johansen, J., ... Bang, O. (2012). Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers. Abstract from The International OSA Network of Students (IONS) conference and SPIE Federation of Optics College and University Students (FOCUS), New York, United States.

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Sørensen ST, Møller UV, Larsen C, Moselund PM, Jakobsen C, Johansen J, Andersen TV, Thomsen CL, Bang O. 2012. Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers. Abstract from The International OSA Network of Students (IONS) conference and SPIE Federation of Optics College and University Students (FOCUS), New York, United States.

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Sørensen ST, Møller UV, Larsen C, Moselund PM, Jakobsen C, Johansen J et al. Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers. 2012. Abstract from The International OSA Network of Students (IONS) conference and SPIE Federation of Optics College and University Students (FOCUS), New York, United States.

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Sørensen, Simon Toft; Møller, Uffe Visbech; Larsen, Casper; Moselund, P. M.; Jakobsen, C.; Johansen, J.; Andersen, T. V.; Thomsen, C. L.; Bang, Ole / Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers.

2012. Abstract from The International OSA Network of Students (IONS) conference and SPIE Federation of Optics College and University Students (FOCUS), New York, United States.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

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TY - ABST

T1 - Supercontinuum Generation in Uniform and Tapered Photonic Crystal Fibers

A1 - Sørensen,Simon Toft

A1 - Møller,Uffe Visbech

A1 - Larsen,Casper

A1 - Moselund,P. M.

A1 - Jakobsen,C.

A1 - Johansen,J.

A1 - Andersen,T. V.

A1 - Thomsen,C. L.

A1 - Bang,Ole

AU - Sørensen,Simon Toft

AU - Møller,Uffe Visbech

AU - Larsen,Casper

AU - Moselund,P. M.

AU - Jakobsen,C.

AU - Johansen,J.

AU - Andersen,T. V.

AU - Thomsen,C. L.

AU - Bang,Ole

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Supercontinuum generation (SCG) is a striking phenomenon of extreme spectral broadening involving a wealth of beautiful nonlinear physics. The study of SCG and development of today’s commercial sources really took off with the invention of the photonic crystal fiber (PCF), in which light can be manipulated by air-hole structuring. SCG is inherently linked to the fundamental field of soliton physics and due to the striking efficiency of SCG in PCFs, researchers have been able to reveal numerous new and important fundamental effects and surprising links with other physical systems. In this work, we describe the underlying mechanisms responsible for SCG in PCFs, and show how the position and power in the spectral edges can be manipulated by tapering the fiber to achieve, e.g., spectra extending into the ultraviolet. This is motivated by the huge commercial potential of blue-extended supercontinuum sources in areas such as fluorescence microscopy.

AB - Supercontinuum generation (SCG) is a striking phenomenon of extreme spectral broadening involving a wealth of beautiful nonlinear physics. The study of SCG and development of today’s commercial sources really took off with the invention of the photonic crystal fiber (PCF), in which light can be manipulated by air-hole structuring. SCG is inherently linked to the fundamental field of soliton physics and due to the striking efficiency of SCG in PCFs, researchers have been able to reveal numerous new and important fundamental effects and surprising links with other physical systems. In this work, we describe the underlying mechanisms responsible for SCG in PCFs, and show how the position and power in the spectral edges can be manipulated by tapering the fiber to achieve, e.g., spectra extending into the ultraviolet. This is motivated by the huge commercial potential of blue-extended supercontinuum sources in areas such as fluorescence microscopy.

ER -