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Monday, May 17
7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Registration Open, San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Concourse Level
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Measurements
Zhiwen Liu; Pennsylvania State
Univ., USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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S. J. Ben Yoo; Univ. of California
at Davis, USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Ingmar Hartl; IMRA America,
Inc., USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Christopher W. Oates; NIST, USA,
Presider
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Sub-50 fs Time-Domain Spectroscopy Using
High-Speed ASOPS, Raphael Gebs, Gregor
Klatt, Christof Janke, Thomas Dekorsy, Albrecht
Bartels; Univ. of Konstanz, Germany. We present
an ultrafast time-domain spectrometer based on
high-speed asynchronous optical sampling. A
time resolution of 45-fs is obtained at kilohertz
scan rates over a 1 ns time-delay window without
mechanical moving parts.
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Recent Progress in High Efficiency InGaN LEDs,
Matthias Peter, Karl Engl, Frank Baumann, Ralph
Wirth, Ansgar Laubsch, Johannes Baur, Berthold
Hahn; OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, Germany. InGaN high-brightness LEDs are penetrating many lighting applications. However, the LED
efficiency depends significantly on current density,
emission wavelength and junction temperature.
Therefore a careful LED design is needed to obtain
best application performance.
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Linearly Polarized, 135-nm Bandwidth Pulse
Generation in an Erbium-Doped Fiber Ring
Laser, Luis Alonso Vazquez-Zuniga 1, Hoon
Jeong2, Yoonchan Jeong1; 1Optoelectronics Res.
Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK, 2Korea Inst. of
Industrial Technology, Republic of Korea. We present a linearly-polarized erbium-doped fiber laser
generating 135-nm bandwidth pico-second pulses
with excellent temporal and spectral stability. The
pulse energy and width are readily reconfigurable
via controlling the internal polarization state and
pumping power.
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High-Intensity Bessel-Gauss Beam Enhancement Cavities, William P. Putnam, Gilberto
Abram, Edilson L. Falcão-Filho, Jonathan R. Birge,
Franz X. Kärtner; MIT, USA. An enhancement
cavity design with significant intensity gain from
the mirror surfaces to the focus and larger than
millimeter sized apertures in the cavity mirrors
is presented. A continuous-wave version of the
cavity is demonstrated.
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Pulse-Shape Selection of an Ultra-High Repetition Rate Wavelength and Repetition Rate
Tunable Mode-locked Laser: From Bright to
Dark Pulses, Jochen B. Schroeder1, Stephane
Coen2, Thibaut Sylvestre3, Benjamin J. Eggleton1;
1
CUDOS, Univ. of Sydney, Australia, 2Physics Dept.,
Univ. of Aukland, New Zealand, 3Dept. d’Optique,
Univ. de Franche-Comté, France. We control the
output pulse-shape of a wavelength and repetition
rate tunable passively mode-locked laser with
a wavelength selective switch (WSS) inside the
cavity. We observe a periodic variation between
bright and dark pulses.
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Low Noise EUV Generation via a Femtosecond
Enhancement Cavity, Arthur K. Mills, T.J.
Hammond, Rob Stead, David J. Jones; Univ. of
British Columbia, Canada. Using a femtosecond
enhancement cavity in combination with high
harmonic generation, we generate EUV radiation
out to 61 nm at high (50 MHz) repetition rates
with extremely low amplitude noise.
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Picosecond Sliding Frequency Mode-Locked
Fiber Laser, Carlo Amadeo Alonzo, Seok Hyun
Yun; Harvard Medical School and Wellman Ctr.
for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital,
USA. We demonstrate an Er3+-doped fiber laser
with a broad bandwidth (2.6 nm) intracavity filter
that produces 10-ps pulses at 38-MHz repetition.
Pulse center-wavelengths sweep at 1.6-pm intervals over a 60-nm range about 1542 nm.
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Optical Lattice Clocks toward 10-17 Uncertainty, Hidetoshi Katori; Univ. of Tokyo, Japan.
The concept and recent progress of optical lattice
clocks are reviewed. With the clock uncertainty
of 10-17 in perspective, we discuss new challenges
and possible applications of such highly accurate
and stable atomic clocks.
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Silicon Waveguide Based 320 Gbit/s Optical
Sampling, Hua Ji1, Michael Galili1, Minhao Pu1,
Liu Liu1, Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe1, Palle Jeppesen1,
Torben Veng2, Lars Grüner-Nielsen2; 1 Dept. of Photonics Engineering, DTU Fotonik, Denmark, 2D and
E Dept.,OFS Denmark, Denmark. A silicon waveguide-based ultra-fast optical sampling system is
successfully demonstrated using a free-running
fiber laser with a carbon nanotube-based modelocker as the sampling source. A clear eye-diagram
of a 320 Gbit/s data signal is obtained.
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Time-Domain Optical Response Function
Reconstruction of an Individual Plasmonic
Nanostructure, Xiaoji G. Xu1, Kseniya S. Deryckx1, Alexandria Anderson1, Günter Steinmeyer2,
Markus B. Raschke1; 1Univ. of Washington, USA,
2
Max-Born-Inst., Germany. The precise characterization of ultrafast electronic responses in
metallic nanostructures are achieved using a
combination of spectrogram measurement of collinear interferometric second-harmonic scattering
and treatment of Frequency Resolved Optical
Gating (FROG).
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Growth Evolution and Time-Resolved Photoluminescence Studies of III-Nitride LightEmitting Diodes Grown by Abbreviated Growth
Mode on Patterned AGOG Substrate, Yik-Khoon
Ee, Xiao-Hang Li, Jeff Biser, Wanjun Cao, Helen M.
Chan, Richard P. Vinci, Nelson Tansu; Lehigh Univ.,
USA. Abbreviated growth mode of InGaN-based
light-emitting diodes on nano-patterned sapphire
leads to reduction in dislocation density and nonradiative recombination rate, and 37% increase in
internal quantum efficiency.
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Hidetoshi Katori is an Associate Professor in the
Graduate School of Engineering at the University
of Tokyo, Japan. He has been working in the field
of laser cooling of atoms, atom optics, and development of novel atomic clocks, namely, an “optical
lattice clock”.
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Demetrios Christodoulides;
CREOL, College of Optics and
Photonics, Univ. of Central
Florida, USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Connie Chang-Hasnain; Univ.
of California at Berkeley, USA,
Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Michelle L. Povinelli; Univ.
of Southern California, USA,
Presider
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Breaking of Dirac Dynamics Due to Nonlinear
Interactions, Omri Bahat-Treidel, Or Peleg,
Mordechai Segev; Technion - Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel. We study nonlinear dynamics of
electromagnetic waves in honeycomb photonic
lattices, and find that nonlinearity breaks the effective Dirac equation. Furthermore, we show that
the nonlinearity cannot be described simply by the
nonlinear Dirac equation.
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Recent Progress on High-Speed and Tunable
VCSELs in the 1.3 to 2.6µm Wavelength Range,
Markus Amann; Walter Schottky Inst., Technische
Univ. München, Germany. Recent developments
on InP- and GaSb-based high-speed and tunable
singlemode VCSELs in the 1.3-2.6 µm wavelength
range are presented. The relevant laser parameters
are discussed and several applications in communications and trace-gas-sensing are illustrated.
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New Concepts in Nanoplasmonics, Stefan
Maier; Imperial College London, UK. The field of
plasmonics is currently at the exciting stage of a
move from passive structures to hybrid assemblies
with active functions. This tutorial will provide an
overview of current trends in this development.
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Optical Linear Bullets with Hydrogen-Like
Symmetries, Georgios A. Siviloglou1, Nikolaos
K. Efremidis2, Pavel Polynkin3, Jerome V. Moloney3,
Demetrios N. Christodoulides1; 1CREOL, College
of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida,
USA, 2Dept. of Applied Mathematics, Univ. of
Crete, Greece, 3College of Optical Sciences, Univ. of
Arizona, USA. We introduce a new class of propagation invariant spatiotemporal wavepackets. The
evolution of these light orbitals is here considered
theoretically. Archimedean photonic lattices can
be generated through the concept of spherical
superposition of optical wavefronts.
Stefan Maier is Professor of Nanophotonics in
the Physics Department of Imperial College
London. He is also a co-director of the College’s
new Centre for Photonics and Metamaterials.
His main research interests lie in plasmonics and
metamaterials.
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Gaussian Beam and Solar Power Conversion
Using Magneto-Electric Charge Separation,
William M. Fisher, Stephen C. Rand; Univ. of
Michigan, USA. This detailed proposal exploits
optically-induced charge separation for solar
power conversion in transparent dielectrics. The
core process, though nonlinear, is both efficient
and robust against phase and polarization disruptions of the driving field.
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850 nm VCSELs for up to 40 Gbit/s Short Reach
Data Links, J. A. Lott1, N. N. Ledentsov1, V. A.
Shchukin1, S. A. Blokhin2,3, A. Mutig2, G. Fiol2, A.
M. Nadtochiy2,3, D. Bimberg2; 1VI Systems GmbH,
Germany, 2Technische Univ. Berlin, Germany, 3A.
F. Ioffe Physical Technical Inst., Russian Acad. of
Sciences, Russian Federation. We report highly
linear oxide-confined 850nm-range VCSEL chips
and fiber-coupled subassemblies operating up to
40 Gbit/s at < 10kA/cm2 with a rise-time of < 10
ps at up to 100°C.
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Jerry Chen; MIT Lincoln Lab,
USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Yushi Kaneda; Univ. of Arizona,
USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Carmen N. Afonso; Laser
Processing Group, Inst. de Optica,
CSIC, Spain, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Tobias J. Kippenberg; MaxPlanck-Inst. fur Quantenoptik,
Germany, Presider
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Superconducting Microbolometer with Microsecond Time Constant Coupled to Quantum
Cascade Lasers, Sara Cibella1, Michele Ortolani1, Roberto Leoni1, Guido Torrioli1, Alessandro
Tredicucci2, L. Mahler2, Ji-Hua Xu2, H. E. Beere3,
D. A. Ritchie3; 1Inst. di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie
del CNR, Italy, 2NEST, CNR-INFM and Scuola
Normale Superiore, Italy, 3Cavendish Lab, Univ.
of Cambridge, UK. A superconducting bolometer
with an on-chip lithographic terahertz antenna has
been illuminated by two quantum cascade lasers
operating at 2.5 and 4.4 THz to be used for wide
dynamic range Terahertz imaging applications.
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QPM Wavelength Conversion Using Engineered
LiNbO3 Waveguides, M. Asobe, T. Umeki, O.
Tadanaga, H. B. Song, I. Tomita, K. Magari; NTT
Photonics Labs, NTT Corp., Japan. New waveguide
technologies, namely direct bonding and dry etching, have improved damage resistance, transparent
wavelength range, efficiency, and functionality.
An engineered QPM structure enables variable
wavelength conversion and reduces waveband
crosstalk.
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Label-Free Detection in a Lab-on-a-Chip with a
Three-Dimensional Mach-Zehnder Interferometer, Andrea Crespi1, Yu Gu2, Bongkot Ngamsom3,
Chaitanya Dongre4, Hugo Hoekstra4, Hans van den
Vlekkert5, Paul Watts3, Markus Pollnau4, Giulio
Cerullo1, Roberto Osellame1; 1IFN-CNR, Dept. di
Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2MIT, USA,
3
Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Hull, UK, 4Integrated
Optical MicroSystems, MESA+ Inst. for Nanotechnology, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands, 5LioniX BV,
Netherlands. A Mach-Zehnder refractive index
sensor is inscribed in a microfluidic lab-on-achip by exploiting the unique three-dimensional
capabilities of femtosecond laser fabrication. This
enables high sensitivity and spatially resolved
label-free detection of biomolecules.
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Nonequilibrium Quantum Dynamics in Optomechanical Systems, Florian Marquardt;
Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. Munich, Germany. We
discuss the dynamics of optical modes coupled
to vibrating nanostructures. Examples include
the shuttling of photons in a cavity containing a
vibrating membrane, and a single atom coupled
to a membrane via the cavity.
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Single-Photon Detection in THz and Its Application, Susumu Komiyama; Univ. of Tokyo, Japan.
Photon-counting semiconductor photo-detectors,
in a wavelength range from the long-wavelength
infrared through sub-millimetr waves, are described, along with several applications in the photonjcounting imaging and in superr-wavelength
near field microscopy.
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100-nm Internal Gain Bandwidth in Er:YbDoped Phospho-Tellurite Waveguides Written
by Femtosecond Laser, Shane M. Eaton1, Toney
Fernandez2, Giuseppe Della Valle2, Mehrdad Irannejad3, Gin Jose3, Animesh Jha3, Giulio Cerullo2,
Paolo Laporta2, Roberto Osellame1; 1Inst. for Photonics and Nanotechnologies, INF-CNR, Italy,
2
Dept. di Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 3Inst.
for Materials Res., Univ. of Leeds, UK. Waveguides
were femtosecond laser-written in Er:Yb-doped
phospho-tellurite glass yielding internal gain
across an unprecedented 100-nm bandwidth covering the whole C+L communications bands. The
waveguide modes were highly confined, showing
promise for improved photonic integration.
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Coherent Electro-Optical Detection of Nanosecond THz Pulses from a Parametric Oscillator, Fanzhen Meng1, Mark D. Thomson1, Daniel
Molter2, Torsten Löffler1, René Beigang2, Hartmut
G. Roskos1; 1 Physikalisches Inst., Johann Wolfgang
Goethe-Univ., Germany, 2 Dept. of Terahertz
Measurement and Systems, Fraunhofer Inst. for
Physical Measurement Techniques IPM, Germany.
We successfully realized electro-optical detection
of nanosecond THz pulses based on a THz optical
parametric oscillator. A maximum dynamic range
of ~30 dB/sqrt(Hz) is achieved in the electrooptical measurements.
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Efficient Lithium Niobate Waveguide for
Wide-Dynamic-Range Wavelength Conversion, Kiyofumi Kikuchi1,2, Sunao Kurimura1,2, Rai
Kou1,2, Akihiro Terasaki1,2, Hirochika Nakajima2,
Katsutoshi Kondou3, Junichiro Ichikawa3; 1Natl. Inst.
for Materials Science, Japan, 2Waseda Univ., Japan,
3
Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd., Japan. We
report an accurate measurement of χ(2) nonlinear
optical effects and wide wavelength-conversion
dynamic range of 50 dB in lithium niobate waveguide. Linear responses of DF power to pump and
signal light are also obtained.
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Resonant Infrared Pulsed Laser Ablation of
Polymers with Single Picosecond Pulses Generated by an Optical Parametric Amplifier,
Malte Duering1, Richard Haglund2, Barry LutherDavies1; 1Laser Physics Ctr., Res. School of Physical
Sciences and Engineering, Australian Natl. Univ.,
Australia, 2Vanderbilt Univ., USA. We have used
a mid-IR optical parametric amplifier for single
pulse ablation of polystyrene via resonant infra-red
pulsed laser ablation. We investigate the morphology of the ablated region, the ablation threshold
and its wavelength dependence.
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Feasability of Measuring Radiation Pressure
Quantum Back-Action in Zipper Photonic
Crystal Optomechanical Cavities, Jeffrey T. Hill,
Ryan Camacho, Alexander G. Krause, Oskar J.
Painter; Caltech, USA. We design, fabricate and
measure high-Q mechanical modes (~ 105) of
optomechanical zipper cavities, as a first step to
observing quantum back-action in an optomechanical system.
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7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Registration Open, San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Concourse Level
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Zheng Wang; MIT, USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Sukesh Roy; Spectral Energies,
LLC, USA, Presider
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Imaging of Corneal Incisions by Second- and
Third-Harmonic Generation Microscopy, Louis
Jay1, Carolyne Dion1, Arnaud Brocas2, Kanwarpal
Singh1, Jean-Claude Kieffer1, Isabelle Brunette3,
Tsuneyuki Ozaki1; 1INRS, Canada, 2Lab Laser,
Plasmas et Procédés Photoniques, France, 3Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital Res. Ctr., Canada. Second and third harmonic imaging were investigated
to observe a corneal flap created by an ophthalmic
knife or a microkeratome as it can be processed
during a LASIK surgery.
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Linewidth Narrowing and Purcell Enhancement
in Photonic Crystal Cavities on an Er-Doped
Silicon Nitride Platform, Yiyang Gong1, Maria
Makarova1, Selcuk Yerci2, Rui Li2, Luca Dal Negro2,
Jelena Vuckovic1; 1Stanford Univ., USA, 2Boston
Univ., USA. Light emission from Er-doped amorphous silicon nitride coupled to photonic crystal
resonators is studied. The results demonstrate
Purcell enhanced Er absorption and linewidth
narrowing of the cavity resonance with increasing pump power.
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Supercontinuum Radiation for Optical Sensing,
Clemens Kaminski, Johan Hult, Toni Laurila; Univ.
of Cambridge, UK. Supercontinuum radiation
offers numerous new possibilities for chemical
sensing. This paper discusses novel developments
in liquid and gas phase sensing applications as well
as for microscopic imaging of biological samples
with supercontinuum light.
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Post-Surgical Volumetric Evaluation of Clear
Corneal Incision Quality Using a High-Resolution 3-D Spectral-Domain Optical Coherence
Tomography, Kang Zhang1,2, Esen Akpek3, Richard
P. Weiblinger2, Do-Hyun Kim2, Jin U. Kang1, Ilko
K. Ilev2; 1Johns Hopkins Univ., USA, 2U.S. Food
and Drug Administration, USA, 3Johns Hopkins
Hospital, USA. A novel approach for post-surgical
volumetric evaluation of the quality of corneal incisions and wound healing is presented. It is based
on high-resolution 3-D spectral-domain optical
coherence tomography providing both multiplecross-sectional and volumetric images.
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Self-Pulsing in On-Chip Er-Doped Microcavity
Lasers, Lina He, Sahin Kaya Ozdemir, Jiangang
Zhu, Lan Yang; Washington Univ. in St. Louis,
USA. We characterize self-pulsing in erbiumdoped microtoroidal lasers fabricated from sol-gel
silica layer deposited on a silicon wafer. Effects of
pump and taper-cavity coupling on peak power,
period and width of laser pulses are investigated
experimentally.
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Retinal Prosthesis - Restoring Vision to the
Blind, Robert Greenberg; Second Sight Medical
Products, Inc., USA. Abstract not available.
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Single-Mode Emission from Si Nanocrystal
Embedded Si-Rich SiOx Film with Photonic
Crystal Resonant Cavity, Yung-Hsiang Lin1, ShihMin Lin2, Chien-Chieh Lee3, Chii-Chang Chen2,
Gong-Ru Lin1; 1Graduate Inst. of Electro-Optical
Engineering, Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 2Dept. of
Optics and Photonics, Natl. Central Univ., Taiwan,
3
Optical Sciences Ctr., Natl. Central Univ., Taiwan.
A photonic crystal resonator incorporated Si-rich
SiOx film with buried Si nanocrystals showing
room-temperature single-mode emission at 639
nm is demonstrated with spectral linewidth of
1 nm and threshold pumping intensity of 50.3
kW/cm2.
Monday, May 17
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Brian E. Applegate; Texas A&M
Univ., USA, Presider
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2.4 µm Dual-Comb Spectroscopy, Birgitta
Bernhardt1, Evgeni Sorokin2, Patrick Jacquet3,
Raphael Thon3, Thomas Becker1, Irina T. Sorokina4,
Theodor W. Hänsch1,5, Nathalie Picqué1,3; 1MaxPlanck-Inst. für Quantenoptik, Germany, 2Inst. für
Photonik, Technische Univ. Wien, Austria, 3Lab de
Photophysique Moléculaire, CNRS, France, 4Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology, Norway,
5
Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ., Germany. A proof-ofprinciple experiment of mid-infrared frequency
comb Fourier transform spectroscopy is carried
out with two interfering Cr2+:ZnSe femtosecond
oscillators, emitting around 2400 nm. Spectra
of acetylene are measured within 10 µs with 12
GHz resolution.
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A Rapid Inspection of Atomic Interference
Using Superfluorescent Picosecond Pulses,
Gombojav O. Ariunbold, Vladimir Sautenkov,
Marlan Scully; Texas A&M Univ., USA. Producing
superfluorescent picosecond pulses in Rb vapor,
we report an observation of quantum beat due to
D-lines. The delay of the superfluorescent pulses
is measured by the streak camera, which exhibits
also atomic interference.
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Reliability and Performance of Pseudomorphic
Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diodes on Bulk Aluminum Nitride Substrates, James R. Grandusky,
Yongjie Cui, Mark C. Mendrick, Shawn Gibb, Leo
J. Schowalter; Crystal IS, USA. The development
of pseudomorphic layers on low dislocation density AlN substrates is leading to improvements in
reliability and performance of devices operating
in the UVC range.
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Bidirectional Mode-Locked Fiber Ring Laser
Using Passively Controlled Threshold Gating,
Alexandre Braga, Jean-Claude Diels, Ravi Jain,
Ronald Kay, Li Wang; Univ. of New Mexico, USA.
An innovative technique to achieve bidirectional
mode-locking of a fiber ring laser is demonstrated
using two amplitude modulators passively
driven by a signal regenerated from the laser’s own
5.1MHz repetition rate.
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Ultrafast Control of Polariton Stimulated
Scattering in Semiconductor Microcavities, Gabriel Christmann1, Christopher Coulson1, Jeremy J.
Baumberg1, Nikolaos T. Pelekanos2, Zacharias Hatzopoulos2, Simeon I. Tsintzos2, Pavlos G. Savvidis2;
1
Cavendish Laboratory, Univ. of Cambridge, UK,
2
Dept. of Materials Science and Technology, Univ.
of Crete, Greece. We report high-speed electronic
control of ultrafast polariton amplification in a
semiconductor microcavity. A >90% reduction
of the parametric scattering gain is obtained by
tuning the intracavity electric field to turn on
inter-well resonant tunneling.
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Energy Footprint and Opportunities of ICT
Networks, Loukas Paraschis; Cisco Systems, USA.
The access network currently dominates energy
consumption, which has otherwise been contained
benefiting by IC and optical advancements, despite
the multi-year > 50% CAGR of traffic. Further
network technology, architectural, and application
opportunities exist.
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Starting Dynamics in Normal-Dispersion
Mode-Locked Fiber Lasers, Heng Li1, Dimitre
G. Ouzounov1, Frank W. Wise2; 1CLASSE, Physics
Dept., Cornell Univ., USA, 2Dept. of Applied Physics,
Cornell Univ., USA. Self-starting of mode-locking
in normal-dispersion Yb fiber lasers is studied
experimentally and theoretically. Starting can be
initiated by quantum noise or relaxation oscillations, and is much faster than in soliton lasers.
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Numerical Investigations on Femtosecond
Supercontinuum Generation with Feedback,
Michael Kues, Nicoletta Brauckmann, Till Walbaum, Petra Groß, Carsten Fallnich; Inst. of Applied
Physics, Westfälische Wilhelms-Univ., Germany.
Femtosecond supercontinuum systems with feedback show nonlinear dynamical behaviors like
period multiplication, limit cycle and chaos. By
numerical simulations we show that the stability
changes and bistabilities occur in the transition
regions between different dynamics.
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A 10 GHz Opto-Electronic Oscillator at 1.1
μm Using a Gain-Switched InGaAs VCSEL
and a Photonic Crystal Fiber, Kengo Koizumi,
Masato Yoshida, Masataka Nakazawa; Res. Inst.
of Electrical Communication, Tohoku Univ., Japan.
We report a self-starting opto-electronic oscillator
operating at 1.1 μm using a gain-switched VCSEL
and a single-mode photonic crystal fiber. A 10GHz 11.5-ps optical pulse with a timing jitter of
0.9 ps was successfully generated.
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Dual-Pumping Scheme for High-Energy Femtosecond Er-Doped Fiber Laser at 1.6 µm, Franck
Morin, Frédéric Druon, Marc Hanna, Patrick
Georges; Lab Charles Fabry de l’Inst. d’Optique,
Univ. Paris-Sud, France. We present the first
microjoule-class sub-picosecond erbium-doped
fiber laser at 1600 nm, and demonstrate the
generation of 2.2 µJ, 650 fs pulses at 100 kHz.
Dual-pumping schemes at 980 and/or 1550 nm
are investigated.
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Low-Power CMOS-Driven Transmitters and
Receivers, Benjamin G. Lee, Clint L. Schow, Alexander V. Rylyakov, Fuad E. Doany, Richard A. John,
Jeffrey A. Kash; IBM Res., USA. Multimode optical transmitters and receivers are demonstrated
with record low power consumptions and at data
rates up to 20 Gb/s using 90-nm CMOS analog
integrated circuits and GaAs-based VCSELs and
photodiodes.
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Ultrashort Pulse Generation from cw Beam by
Trapped Pulse Amplification in Birefringent
Fibers, Eiji Shiraki, Norihiko Nishizawa, Kazuyoshi Itoh; Osaka Univ., Japan. 248 pJ and 322
fs ultrashort pulse was generated from cw beam
using pulse trapping and Raman amplification by
ultrashort soliton pulse in birefringent fibers. The
physical mechanism and characteristics were also
analyzed numerically.
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Yb Optical Lattice Clock at NMIJ, AIST, Masami
Yasuda1,2, Takuya Kohno2, Kazumoto Hosaka1,2,
Hajime Inaba1,2, Yoshiaki Nakajima1,2,3, Feng-Lei
Hong1,2; 1AIST, Japan, 2CREST, JST, Japan, 3Univ.
of Fukui, Japan. We have developed a onedimensional optical lattice clock using a fermionic
isotope of 171Yb. The absolute frequency of the
1
S0-3P0 clock transition in 171Yb is determined with
respect to the SI second.
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Anomalous Optical Force Fields around HighContrast Subwavelength Nanowaveguides,
Haicui Ren, Alessandro Salandrino, Georgios A.
Siviloglou, Demetrios N. Christodoulides; CREOL/
School of Optics, USA. We show that anomalouseven repulsive-force fields can be induced around
high-contrast optical nanowaveguides. Interestingly the longitudinal scattering force attains a
maximum value even within regions where the
Poynting vector is negative.
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30 Gb/s Direct Modulation of Holey VCSELs
with Thermoelectric Cooling, Zhaobing Tian1,
Chen Chen1, Kent D. Choquette2, David V. Plant1;
1
McGill Univ., Canada, 2Univ. of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA. We demonstrate a 25 Gb/s
error-free operation of a directly modulated holey
VCSEL, and the data rate can be extended to above
30 Gb/s when the VCSEL substrate temperature is
stabilized by a thermoelectric cooler.
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Nonlinearity-Controlled Reshaping and Anomalous Diffraction of Airy Beams, Yi Hu 1,2,
Simon Huang1, Peng Zhang1, Jingjun Xu2, Zhigang
Chen1,2; 1San Francisco State Univ., USA, 2Nankai
Univ., China. Two-dimensional Airy beams
controlled with self-focusing and self-defocusing
nonlinearities exhibit unexpected behavior in
free-space and scattering media, including stagnation and anomalous diffraction, and resistance
to vibration and distortion, solely depending on
the initial control.
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100°C, 25 Gbit/s Direct Modulation of 1.3-μm
Surface Emitting Laser, Koichiro Adachi1,2, Kazunori Shinoda1,2, Takashi Shiota1,2, Toshihiko Fukamachi1,2, Takeshi Kitatani1, Yasunobu Matsuoka1,
Daichi Kawamura1, Toshiki Sugawara1, Shinji
Tsuji1,2; 1Central Res. Lab, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan,
2
Optoelectronic Industry and Technology Development Association, Japan. The uncooled 25-Gbit/s
direct modulation of a 1.3-µm horizontal-cavity
surface-emitting laser was demonstrated. A fabricated laser, which is directly mountable on a
high-frequency coplanar line, exhibited 25-Gbit/s
eye openings up to 100°C.
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Color-Selective Quantum Dot Photodetection
through Plasmonic Integration, Ludan Huang,
Lih Y. Lin; Univ. of Washington, USA. We propose
a color-selective photodetection scheme through
integration of Au nanoparticles with CdSe/
ZnS quantum dot photodetectors. Preliminary
experimental results confirm enhancement of
photodetector external quantum efficiency at
wavelengths near the plasmonic resonance of Au
nanoparticles.
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Nonconservative Optical Torques, David P.
Haefner, Sergey Sukhov, Aristide Dogariu; CREOL
and FPCE, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ.
of Central Florida, USA. We demonstrate that mutual electromagnetic interaction induces torques
even in lossless spheres. This constitutes a new
mechanism to gain energy from an external field,
besides radiation pressure and absorption, and is
fully controlled by polarization.
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Low-Parasitics 1.55 µm VCSELs with Modulation Bandwidths beyond 17 GHz, Michael
Mueller 1, Werner Hofmann 2, Markus Horn 1,
Gerhard Boehm 1, Markus-Christian Amann 1;
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Walter Schottky Inst., Technische Univ. München,
Germany, 2Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA.
We present 1.55μm BTJ Short-Cavity VCSELs with
modulation bandwidths in excess of 17GHz. As
shown by impedance measurements and impedance modeling, this excellent performance can
be attributed to an improved parasitic roll-off
frequency of 23GHz.
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Plasmonic Sensor Based on Perfect Absorption, Na Liu, Martin Mesch, Thomas Weiss,
Harald Giessen; 4th Physics Inst., Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany. We introduce a novel concept to
plasmonic sensing. Specifically, we demonstrate a
perfect narrow-band plasmonic absorber, which
allows for the extremely sensitive detection of
the concentration change of glucose solution at
a fixed frequency.
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Two-Dimensional Dynamic Localization of
Light, Alexander Szameit1, Ivan L. Garanovich2,
Matthias Heinrich3, Andrey A. Sukhorukov2, Felix
Dreisow3, Stefan Nolte3, Andreas Tünnermann3,
Stefano Longhi4, Yuri S. Kivshar2; 1Technion - Israel
Inst. of Technology, Israel, 2Nonlinear Physics Ctr.,
Australian Natl. Univ., Australia, 3Inst. of Applied
Physics, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ., Germany, 4Dept.
di Fisica and Inst. di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie del
CNR, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. We report on the
first experimental observation of two-dimensional
dynamic localization of light. We demonstrate
suppression of beam diffraction in femtosecond
laser-written modulated waveguide arrays of
hexagonal and zig-zag geometries.
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Gigahertz Circular Polarization Oscillations in
Spin-Polarized Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting
Lasers, Nils C. Gerhardt1, Mingyuan Li1, Hendrik
Jaehme1, Henning Soldat1, Martin R. Hofmann1,
Thorsten Ackemann2; 1Photonics and Terahertz
Technology, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum, Germany, 2SUPA
and Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Strathclyde, UK. We
analyze ultrafast circular polarization oscillations
in a commercial vertical-cavity surface-emitting
laser after spin injection at room temperature. The
circular polarization exhibits faster dynamics than
the intensity and longer persistence than the spin
relaxation time.
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Optimizing Nano-Patterned Metal Films for
Use as Transparent Electrodes in Optoelectronic
Devices, Peter Catrysse, Shanhui Fan; Stanford
Univ., USA. We optimize the optical properties of
nano-patterned metallic films for use as transparent conductive electrodes in optoelectronic devices
by performing a constant-sheet-resistance transformation. Our design principles apply to both
one- and two-dimensionally patterned films.
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Grey-Track Resistant Periodically Poled RbDoped KTiOPO4 For Blue-Light Generation,
Andrius Zukauskas, Valdas Pasiskevicius, Fredrik
Laurell, Carlota Canalias; Royal Inst. of Technology, Sweden. We present periodic poling of Rbdoped KTiOPO4. The crystal is used to obtain
blue radiation at 398 nm with an efficiency of
30% and a peak intensity of 2 MW/cm2 without
grey-tracking.
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Time-Resolved Microscopic Imaging of LaserInduced Material Modifications in Optical
Materials, Raluca A. Negres, Rajesh Raman, Paul
DeMange, Stavros G. Demos; Lawrence Livermore
Natl. Lab, USA. We report on time-resolved imaging of material response to localized laser energy
deposition in the bulk of optical materials. The
key processes include shockwave formation, crack
propagation, formation of residual stress fields,
and transient absorption.
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High-Order Resonant Modes in an Antenna
Coupled Terahertz 2-D Plasmonic Detector,
Gregory C. Dyer1, Gregory R. Aizin2, Eric A.
Shaner3, Michael C. Wanke3, John L. Reno3, S.
James Allen1; 1Univ. of California at Santa Barbara,
USA, 2CUNY, USA, 3Sandia Natl. Labs, USA. We
demonstrate excitation of terahertz 2-D plasmons
in a grating-gated transistor at the vertex of a
broadband antenna. This functions as a plasmonic
crystal, with modes associated with both the grating period and channel length.
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Sub-Watts 355 nm Generation with 2nd- and 3rdOrder-QPM PPMgSLT, Junji Hirohashi, Koichi
Imai, Hiroshi Motegi, Yasuhiro Tomihari, Tatsuo
Fukui, Yasunori Furukawa; OXIDE Corp., Japan.
0.7 watts 355nm laser is achieved from 3rd-orderQPM PPMgSLT by sum-frequency generation
of fundamental and second-harmonic of pulsed
Nd: YVO4 laser. 2nd-order-QPM PPMgSLT is
successfully fabricated, which promises 355 nm
generation of sub-watts order.
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Manipulation of Form Birefringence in Isotropic Material, Yasuhiko Shimotsuma1, Masaaki
Sakakura1, Peter G. Kazansky2, Kiyotaka Miura3,
Kazuyuki Hirao3; 1Innovative Collaboration Ctr.,
Kyoto Univ., Japan, 2Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ.
of Southampton, UK, 3Dept. of Material Chemistry,
Kyoto Univ., Japan. Form-birefringent nanostructure composed of the self-organized oxygen defects
can be created by light pulses with a width of 70
fs. Such rewritable and directionally controllable
nanostructures have evolved by lowering threshold
for defect formation.
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Optical Measurement of Nanomechanical Motion with an Imprecision at the Standard Quantum Limit, Georg Anetsberger1, Olivier Arcizet1,
Emanuel Gavartin2, Quirin P. Unterreithmeier3, Eva
M. Weig3, Michael L. Gorodetsky4, Jörg P. Kotthaus3,
Tobias J. Kippenberg1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. of Quantum Optics, Germany, 2École Polytechnique Fédérale
de Lausanne, Switzerland, 3Ludwig-MaximiliansUniv., Germany, 4Moscow State Univ., Russian
Federation. Ultra-high Q optical microresonators
allow measuring nanomechanical motion with
unprecedented sensitivity. For the first time, we
reach a measurement imprecision at the standard
quantum limit which has been a long sought-after
goal for nanomechanical oscillators.
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Sensing by Metal Cylinders Compressing THz
Surface Waves, Michael Theuer1,2, Rene Beigang2,
Daniel R. Grischkowsky1; 1 Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Oklahoma State Univ., USA, 2Fraunhofer
Inst. for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM,
Germany. Terahertz surface waves propagating
on dielectric coated metal sheets are investigated.
With respect to sensor applications the interaction
of the guided THz-wave and closely approaching
coated metallic cylinders is discussed. Unexpected
coupling efficiencies are obtained.
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Opto-Fluidic Characterization of NonlinearOptical Waveguide, Sunao Kurimura1,2, Akihiro
Terasaki1,2, Kiyofumi Kikuchi1,2, Yoshihiro Ogiso2,
Rai Koh1,2, Hirochika Nakajima2, Katsutoshi Kondou3, Junichiro Ichikawa3; 1Natl. Inst. for Materials
Science, Japan, 2Waseda Univ., Japan, 3Sumitomo
Osaka Cement Co., Ltd., Japan. Opto-fluidic technique demonstrated non-destructive characterization of nonlinear optical waveguide by modifying
effective index of optical mode. Nonuniformity of
phase matching wavelength, degradation factor
of NLO performance, is revealed in a waveguide
wavelength converter.
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Polarization Diffraction Grating Produced by
Femtosecond Laser Nanostructuring in Glass,
Martynas Beresna, Peter G. Kazansky; Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK. We
demonstrate polarization sensitive diffractive
optical element fabrication by femtosecond direct
writing in the bulk of silica glass. Modulation of the
anisotropic properties is produced by controlling
photo-induced self-assembled nano-gratings.
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Tunable Optical Forces and Mode Beating in
Coupled Nano-Mechanical Beam Waveguides,
Wolfram H. P. Pernice, Mo Li, Kingyan Fong,
Hong Tang; Yale Univ., USA. We analyze the effect of spatial mode beating on optical forces in
coupled waveguide resonators. Continuous sign
and amplitude change is achieved through optical
phase tuning. Competing force components are
decomposed via optical mode expansion.
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THz Field Detection of the Coherent Synchrotron Radiation Produced by Laser Bunch
Slicing, Ikufumi Katayama1, Hiroshi Shimosato2,
Michitaka Bito2, Kei Furusawa2, Masahiro Adachi3,4,
Miho Shimada5, Heishun Zen3,4, Shin-ichi Kimura3,4,
Naoto Yamamoto6, Masahito Hosaka6, Masahiro
Katoh3,4, Masaaki Ashida2,7; 1Yokohama Natl. Univ.,
Japan, 2Osaka Univ., Japan, 3Inst. of Molecular Science, Japan, 4Graduate Universities for Advanced
Studies, Japan, 5High Energy Accelerator Res.
Organization, KEK, Japan, 6Nagoya Univ., Japan,
7
PRESTO JST, Japan. Electric field of coherent
synchrotron radiation produced by laser bunch
slicing at a storage ring has been measured for the
first time. A 24 m-long fiber was used to deliver
the probe for electro-optic sampling.
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Non-Invasive Study of Domain Boundary in Periodically Poled Ferroelectrics Using Ultrahigh
Resolution Optical Coherence Tomography,
Shan-Chuang Pei1, Tuan-Shu Ho1, Chien-Chung
Tsai1, Ting-Hao Chen1, A.H. Kung2,3, Sheng-Lung
Huang1,4; 1Inst. of Photonics and Optoelectronics,
Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 2Inst. of Photonics
Technologies, Natl. Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan,
3
Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia
Sinica, Taiwan, 4Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan. Ultrahigh-resolution
and polarization-sensitive optical coherence
tomography was used to examine the domain
boundary of periodically poled lithium niobate
(PPLN). A 3-D image of antiparallel domains in
PPLN crystal was characterized with a sub-micron
axial resolution.
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Computer-Generated Holograms Written Directly on a Silicon Surface Including 3-D and
Rainbow Effects, Kristian J. Waedegaard, Peter
Balling; Aarhus Univ., Denmark. A femtosecond
laser has been used to write computer-generated
holograms directly on a silicon surface with a
resolution of up to 28 kpixels/mm2. 3-D and
rainbow effects in off-axis holograms have been
demonstrated.
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Efficient On-Chip Phonon-Photon Translation,
Amir H. Safavi-Naeini, Thiago P. Mayer Alegre,
Oskar J. Painter; Dept. of Applied Physics, Caltech,
USA. We propose, analyze, design, and take the
first experimental steps towards the demonstration of an on-chip device capable of converting
photons to phonons, and vice versa, in a nearly
quantum-limited setting.
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Full Field Spectral Domain Optical Coherence
Tomography with Improved Extended Depth of
Focus, Alex Zlotnik1, Yoed Abraham1,2, Lior Liraz2,
Ibrahim Ibrahim Abdulhalim2, Zeev Zalevsky2; 1Bar
Ilan Univ., Israel, 2Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev,
Israel. In full field optical coherence tomography
(FFOCT) lateral resolution is achieved by high NA
lenses. However, it decreases depth of focus (DOF).
We incorporate interfering phase mask allowing
to extend the DOF of a FFOCT.
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High-Q Silica Microsphere by Poly(methyl
methacrylate) Coating and Modifying, ChunHua Dong, Fang-Wen Sun, Chang-Ling Zou,
Guang-Can Guo, Zheng-Fu Han; Univ. of Science
and technology of China, China. We experimentally characterize the Q-factor (>108) in silica
microsphere by the PMMA coating. The Q-factor
of microsphere with deposited QDs is increased
after the coating which draws the maximal field
outside and increases the interaction.
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Sensitive and Simple Frequency Comb Fourier Transform Spectrometer with a Multipass
Cell, Julien Mandon1,2, Patrick Jacquet1, Birgitta
Bernhardt3, Marion Jacquey1, Guy Guelachvili1,
Theodor W. Hänsch3,4, Nathalie Picqué1,3; 1Lab
de Photophysique Moléculaire, Univ. Paris-Sud,
France, 2Dept. of Molecular and Laser Physics,
Inst. for Molecules and Materials, Radboud Univ.
Nijmegen, Netherlands, 3Max-Planck-Inst. für
Quantenoptik, Germany, 4Ludwig-MaximiliansUniv. München, Germany. Multipass cells offer
a simple manner to enhance the sensitivity of
dual-comb Fourier transform spectrometer. 1.5
µm spectra spanning 125 nm and exhibiting a
noise-equivalent absorption coefficient of 4·10-9
cm-1Hz-1/2 are recorded within 63 µs.
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High-Q Polymeric Microcavities, Mario Hauser,
Tobias Grossmann, Simone Schleede, Julian Fischer,
Torsten Beck, Christoph Vannahme, Timo Mappes,
Heinz Kalt; Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany.
We report on the fabrication of high-Q microresonators made of poly(methyl methacrylate)
(PMMA) with a conical shape due to a thermal
reflow step. The quality factor is above 2x106 in
the 1300 nm wavelength range.
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High Dynamic Range Laser Dispersion Spectroscopy of Saturated Absorption Lines, Kale
Franz1, Damien Weidmann2, Gerard Wysocki1;
1
Princeton Univ., USA, 2STFC Rutherford Appleton
Lab, UK. A spectroscopic detection of molecular
dispersion based on frequency-chirped laser is
presented. Unlike non-linear direct absorption
methods yielding line saturation, this method
provides linear signal response and accuracy over
a wide range of sample concentrations.
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Demonstration of the Optical Microbubble
Resonator, Misha Sumetsky, Yury Dulashko,
Robert S. Windeler; OFS Labs, USA. We create
silica microbubbles along a microcapillary with
the CO2 laser heating and demonstrate the first
optical microbubble resonator. It has 370 micron
diameter, 2 micron wall thickness, and Q-factor
exceeding 5·105.
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Faraday Rotation Spectroscopic Sensing of Oxygen using Static Magnetic Fields and Balanced
Photodetection, Stephen G. So, Evan Jeng, Gerard
Wysocki; Princeton Univ., USA. We describe the
development of a Faraday Rotation Spectroscopic
trace-gas sensor for quantification of molecular
oxygen. Static magnetic field and balanced detection of polarization rotation is proposed for high
precision and ultra-low power operation.
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Fabrication of High Q Microdisk Resonators
using Thermal Nanoimprint Lithography,
Patrick Schiavone1,2, Nicolas Chaix3, Qing Li1, Ali
Asghar Eftekhar1, Siva Yegnanarayanan1, Ali Adibi1;
1
Georgia Tech, USA, 2Lab des Technologies de la Microélectronique CNRS, France, 3CEA/LETI/DOPT,
France. We demonstrate the fabrication of high Q
microdisk resonators on an SOI platform using
thermal nanoimprint lithography. The achieved Q
factor is 60000 for 2µm disks. Arrays of 32 resonators show uniform spectral response.
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Numerical and Experimental Investigation for
a Resonant Optothermoacoustic Sensor, Noemi
Petra1, Anatoliy A. Kosterev2, John Zweck1, Susan
E. Minkoff1, James H. Doty , III2; 1Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA, 2Rice Univ., USA. A
theoretical study of a resonant optothermoacoustic
sensor employing a laser source and a quartz tuning fork receiver validates experimental results
showing that the source should be positioned near
the base of the receiver.
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Biomedical Engineering, Sohi Rastegar; Natl.
Science Foundation, USA. Biophotonics at NSF
has been supported through individual investigators, groups, and Centers. In this presentation
an overview of active research including those
supported by Emerging Frontiers in Research and
Innovation (EFRI) will be provided.
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Simply Measuring the Temporal Electric Field of
Very Complex Ultrashort Pulses, Jacob Cohen,
Pamela Bowlan, Vikrant Chauhan, Rick Trebino;
Georgia Tech, USA. Using a low-resolution spectrometer, we developed a technique for measuring
relatively long and complex ultrashort pulses. It
is a spectral-interferometry variation, which we
used to measure pulses up to 105 ps with 34 fs
resolution.
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High-Efficiency Photovoltaic Technology, Sarah
Kurtz; Natl. Renewable Energy Lab, USA. Multijunction solar cells with near-perfect material
quality have exceeded 40% in efficiency under
concentrated sunlight. Dozens of companies are
implementing these cells into power-generation
systems, toward creating a solar-powered world.
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Narrow-Line All-Fiber Bismuth Ring Laser, E.
J. R. Kelleher1, J. C. Travers1, K. M. Golant2, S. V.
Popov1, J. R. Taylor1; 1Imperial College London,
UK, 2Kotel’nikov Inst. of Radio Engineering and
Electronics, Russian Federation. A narrow-line
continuous-wave bismuth-doped all-fiber laser,
with 10 mW output power in a 4 GHz linewidth
is demonstrated. We use a narrow-band FBG and
fiber-integrated Fabry-Perot filters to achieve a
factor of 20 mode suppression.
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75 W Yb-Fiber Laser Frequency Comb, Axel
Ruehl, A. Marcinkevicius, M. E. Fermann, I. Hartl;
IMRA America, Inc., USA. We report on an Ybfiber frequency-comb based on linear chirped
pulse amplification delivering 120fs pulses at
75W compressed average power at a repetition
rate of 154MHz. Coherent phase locking of the
self-referenced comb is demonstrated.
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Long Term Stable, High Power 3 µm Fiber Laser,
Dominic Faucher, Martin Bernier, Nicolas Caron,
Réal Vallée; Ctr. d’Optique, Photonique et Lasers,
Univ. Laval, Canada. We report the longest stable
laser emission at 3.8 W over 65 hours in a Erdoped fluoride fiber laser at 2.936 µm. The slope
efficiency was 24% with respect to the launched
pump power.
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Blind FROG Pulse Characterization for Quantitative Differential Multiphoton Microscopy,
Jeffrey J. Field, Charles G. Durfee, Jeff A. Squier;
Colorado School of Mines, USA. Quantitative
multiphoton microscopy requires knowledge
of the spatio-temporal characteristics of the
excitation electric field. With a unique multifocal
system, we completely characterize the excitation
intensity at the full numerical aperture of the
excitation objective.
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Self-Diffraction SPIDER, Sebastian Koke,
Simon Birkholz, Jens Bethge, Christian Grebing,
Günter Steinmeyer; Max-Born-Inst., Germany.
Using microjoule supercontinuum pulses, two
novel SPIDER variants based on the χ(3) -process of
self-diffraction are experimentally demonstrated
for the first time. The upshift variant appears
particularly interesting for ultraviolet femtosecond
pulse characterization.
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Flexible Solar Cells Based on Stacked Crystalline Semiconductor Nanomembranes on Plastic
Substrates, Weiquan Yang 1, Weidong Zhou1,
Zhenqiang Ma2, Jesper Berggren3, Mattias Hammar3; 1Univ. of Texas at Arlington, USA, 2Univ. of
Wisconsin at Madison, USA, 3Royal Inst. of Technology, Sweden. We report flexible solar cells based
on crystalline semiconductor nanomembranes
(NMs). We obtained cell efficiency of 1.5% for
1 um thick InP cells. It agrees very well with the
anticipated thin film solar cell performance.
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Diode-Laser-Pumped Ti:Sapphire Double-clad
Crystal Fiber Broadband Light Source, KuangYu Hsu, Dong-Yo Jheng, Yi-Han Liao, Mu-Han
Yang, Sheng-Lung Huang; Graduate Inst. of Photonics and Optoelectronics, Natl. Taiwan Univ.,
Taiwan. Ti3+:Al2O3 double-clad crystal fiber was
grown for the first time. As much as 2.2 μW of
collimated broadband output power was obtained
by using a 446-nm diode laser. The coherence
length is 1.38 μm.
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Optical Frequency-Tunable Cs Atomic Clock
with a Mode-Hop-Free Fiber Laser, Takahito
Morisaki, Masato Yoshida, Masataka Nakazawa;
Res. Inst. of Electrical Communication, Tohoku
Univ., Japan. We have successfully realized an
optical frequency tunable Cs atomic clock with a
mode-hop-free fiber laser. The optical frequency of
the 9.1926 GHz clock was continuously tuned over
1 GHz without changing the clock frequency.
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Spectral Amplitude and Phase Measurement of
Ultrafast Pulses Using All-Optical Differential
Tomography, Pablo S. Londero, Onur Kuzucu,
Alexander L. Gaeta; Cornell Univ., USA. We demonstrate an all-optical method for characterizing
ultrafast pulses by differential tomography, using
four-wave mixing. The technique is used to measure dispersion for various lengths of silica fiber.
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Fundamental Limit of Nanophotonic LightTrapping in Solar Cells, Zongfu Yu, Aaswath
Raman, Shanhui Fan; Stanford Univ., USA. We
use a rigorous electromagnetic approach to develop a light-trapping theory, which reveals that
the standard limit developed by Yablonovitch
can be substantially surpassed in nanophotonic
regimes, opening new avenues for highly efficient
solar cells.
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Multi-Color Laser Oscillation in a Waterproof
Pr 3+-Doped Fluoro-Aluminate Glass Fiber
Pumped by GaN Laser Diode, Yasushi Fujimoto1,
Osamu Ishii2, Masaaki Yamazaki3; 1Inst. of Laser
Engineering, Osaka Univ., Japan, 2Production
Engineering Section, Optical Glass Production
Dept., Sumita Optical Glass, Inc., Japan, 3Glass
Res. Div., R&D Dept., Sumita Optical Glass, Inc.,
Japan. We successfully drew a Pr-doped optical
fiber of a waterproof fluoro-aluminate glass in an
AlF3-YF3-PbF2 system with low loss (0.1 dB/m)
and demonstrated multi-color laser oscillation
pumped by a 442.6-nm GaN laser diode.
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1.3-GHz, 20-W, Femtosecond Chirped-pulse
Amplifier System, Yohei Kobayashi, Yutaka
Nomura, Shuntaro Watanabe; Inst. for Solid State
Pyhsics, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. We demonstrated
a 1.3-GHz, Yb:KYW Kerr-lens mode-locked
oscillator and a chirped-pulse amplifier system
by using a double-clad Yb-doped fiber. The pulse
duration of 180 fs was obtained with the average
power of 20 W.
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Complete Characterization of Single Attosecond Pulses by the Modified Spectral Phase
Interferometry with an All-Optical Apparatus,
Jiangfeng Zhu, Shaobo Fang, Tao Chen, Keisaku
Yamane, Mikio Yamashita; Dept. of Applied Physics,
Hokkaido Univ., Japan. We present the complete
characterization of single attosecond pulses by the
modified SPIDER method with a frequency-dependent spectral shear. The validity of this method
shows no principle limitation of characterizing
arbitrary short single attosecond pulses.
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Photonic Power Delivery, Jan-Gustav Werthen;
JDS Uniphase Corp., USA. Photonic Power delivery,
or “Power-over-fiber” is an emerging technology
for powering without the need for electrical wiring.
Suitable to power data communication devices,
this proven technology could now enter FTTH and
eliminate costly copper installations.
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Bismuth-Doped Fiber Amplifiers, Evgeny M.
Dianov, Igor A. Bufetov; Fiber Optics Res. Ctr.,
Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation. We
will discuss the luminescence, gain and lasing
properties of Bi-doped fibers of different core
composition. Bi-doped fiber amplifiers operating
in the wavelength range 1300-1500 nm with peak
gain >20dB are demonstrated.
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Carrier Envelope Offset Frequency of a 10 GHz
Etalon-Stabilized Comb Source , Mehmetcan
Akbulut, Josue Davila-Rodriguez, Ibrahim Ozdur,
Nazanin Hoghooghi, Peter J. Delfyett; CREOL,
Univ. of Central Florida, USA. We report CEO
frequency measurements of a 10 GHz harmonically modelocked, etalon stabilized comb source
using a multi-heterodyne beating technique. Also,
preliminary results from an attempt at f-2f self
referencing measurement are presented.
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Observation of the Condensation of Classical
Waves,Can Sun1, Shu Jia1, Christopher Barsi1,
Antonio Picozzi2, Sergio Rica3, Jason W. Fleischer1;
1
Princeton Univ., USA, 2Inst. Carnot de Bourgogne,
UMR 5029 CNRS, Univ. de Bourgogne, USA,
3
Ecole Normale Supérieure, France. We report a
theoretical, numerical and experimental study
of condensation of classical optical waves. The
condensation is observed directly, as a function
of nonlinearity and wave kinetic energy, in a selfdefocusing photorefractive crystal.
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Long-Wavelength BTJ-VCSEL with High-Contrast Grating, Werner H. Hofmann1, Christopher
Chase1, Michael Müller2, Yi Rao1, Christian Grasse2,
Gerhard Böhm2, Markus-Christian Amann2, Connie
Chang-Hasnain1; 1Univ. of California at Berkeley,
USA, 2Walter Schottky Inst. Technische Univ.
München, Germany. InP-based, long-wavelength
buried tunnel junction (BTJ) VCSELs, emitting
at 1.32 µm with a high-contrast grating (HCG)
are demonstrated. This is the first HCG VCSEL
presented emitting at long wavelengths. CWoperation is demonstrated up to 18°C.
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One-Way Extraordinary Transmission and
Nonreciprocal Plasmons, Alexander B. Khanikaev1, Gennady Shvets1, Yuri S. Kivshar2; 1Dept. of
Physics, Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA, 2Nonlinear
Physics Ctr., Res. School of Physics and Engineering,
Australian Natl. Univ., Australia. We predict that
the engineered spoof surface plasmons supported
by structured conductors in magneto-optical
environment exhibit nonreciprocal dispersion.
We suggest the geometries where this property
results in nonreciprocal optical response observed
as one-way extraordinary transmission.
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Switching from Nonlinear Beam Focusing to
Defocusing in Periodic Structures, Francis H.
Bennet1, Inés A. Amuli1, Dragomir N. Neshev1, Andrey A. Sukhorukov1, Wieslaw Z. Krolikowski2, Yuri
S. Kivshar1; 1Nonlinear Physics Ctr., Australian Natl.
Univ., Australia, 2Laser Physics Ctr., Australian
Natl. Univ., Australia. We demonstrate experimentally the transition of nonlinear beam focusing to
defocusing by varying the modulation depth of a
periodic system. The observed effect illustrates the
fundamental crossover when the periodic system
changes properties to homogeneous.
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Proton-Implanted 850-nm Photonic Crystal
Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers with
Improved Performance, Meng Peun Tan, Ansas
M. Kasten, Dominic F. Siriani, Joshua D. Sulkin,
Kent D. Choquette; Univ. of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA. Proton-implanted 850-nm
photonic crystal vertical-cavity surface-emitting
lasers are fabricated and characterized. Strong and
more stable index guiding is introduced, resulting
in planar lasers with generally decreased threshold
current and increased slope efficiency.
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Airy Plasmon: A Non-Diffracting Surface Wave,
Alessandro Salandrino, Demetrios N. Christodoulides; CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics,
Univ. of Central Florida, USA. We introduce a new
class of non-diffracting surface plasmons: the
Airy plasmon. The self bending and self healing
behavior of these solutions is analyzed. Schemes
for experimental realization and potential applications are discussed.
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Memory Functions for Comparative Nonlinear
Dynamics: A New Class of Dynamic Systems
Unifying Chaotic Optofluidics and Electronics
, Elad Greenfield, Mordechai Segev, Alexander
Szameit; Technion – Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel.
We unite chaotic optofluidics and chaotic electronics in a single class of topologically-equivalent
dynamic systems. This is made possible with a
new comparative approach for dynamic systems
research, based on the memories of the systems.
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Lithographic and Oxide-Free Vertical Cavity
Surface Emitting Laser, Abdullah Demir, Guowei
Zhao, Gokhan Ozgur, Sabine Freisem, Dennis G.
Deppe; CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida, USA. All-epitaxial
oxide-free vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers
(VCSELs) are demonstrated. 4-μm-diameter
VCSEL is shown with threshold current of 350 μA,
slope efficiency of 0.77 W/A, wall-plug efficiency
of 21% and output power of 6.3 mW.
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Light-to-Current and Current-to-Light Coupling in Plasmonic System, Natalia Noginova,
Andrey V. Yakim, Mikhail Noginov; Norfolk State
Univ., USA. Electron drag effect in silver film
increases dramatically and changes its sign at the
resonant condition of the excitation of surface
plasmon polariton. Conversely, external voltage
applied to the film can modulate its reflectance.
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Resonant Delocalization of Light in Engineered
Bloch Waveguide Arrays, Ramy A. El-Ganainy1,
Demetrios Christodoulides1, Christian Rüter2, Detlef
Kip2; 1CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics,
Univ. of Central Florida, USA, 2Clausthal Univ. of
Technology, Germany. We study the propagation
of light in Bloch waveguide arrays exhibiting
periodic coupling. Intriguing wavepacket revival
patterns as well as beating Bloch oscillations are
demonstrated. A new resonant delocalization
phase transition is also predicted.
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Comparison of Plasma-Effect in Different
InP-Based VCSELs, Andreas Hangauer1,2, Jia
Chen 1,2, Markus-Christian Amann 2; 1Siemens
AG, Germany, 2Walter Schottky Inst. Technische
Univ. München, Germany. The FM amplitude/
phase response of InP-based VCSELs at 1.5µm,
1.8µm and 2.3µm is presented and compared.
The plasma effect is clearly observed, although
at 2.3µm it is significantly lower. This interesting
result is discussed.
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Rotational Stochastic Resonance, Kyle M.
Douglass, Gabriel Biener, Sergey Sukhov, Aristide
Dogariu; Univ. of Central Florida, USA. We demonstrate the concept of stochastic resonance in
optically induced rotations and discuss its applications for optimizing the effects of optical torques
on small anisotropic particles and optically bound
systems of particles.
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Mode Control of 1.3 μm Wavelength Coupled
VCSEL Arrays by Cavity Structuring, Lukas
Mutter1, Elodie Lamothe1, Vladimir Iakovlev2,
Andrei Caliman1, Benjamin Dwir1, Alexandru
Mereuta1, Alexei Sirbu1, Eli Kapon1; 1Swiss Federal
Inst. of Technology, École Polytechnique Fédérale
de Lausanne, Switzerland, 2Beam Express S.A.,
Switzerland. Mode control in wafer-fused 1.3µm
wavelength coupled-VCSEL arrays is achieved
by cavity structuring and investigated by spectrally resolved near- and far-field measurements.
Improved mode discrimination is attained by
combining index- and gain-patterning.
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New Mexico, USA, Presider
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Quasi-Guided Surface Plasmon Polaritons in
Anisotropic Materials, Marco Liscidini1, John
E. Sipe2; 1Univ. degli Studi di Pavia, Italy, 2Univ. of
Toronto, Canada. We show theoretically that the
hybridization of radiative and guided modes at a
metal/dielectric interface, where the dielectric is
a homogeneous but anisotropic medium, can lead
to the existence of quasi-guided surface plasmon
polaritons (SPPs).
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Sunao Kurimura; Natl. Inst. for
Materials Science, Japan, Presider
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USA, Presider
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Germany, Presider
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Mechanism and Potential Applications of THz
Air Photonics, Jianming Dai, Jingle Liu, I-Chen
Ho, Nicholas Karpowicz, X. C. Zhang; Rensselaer
Polytechnic Inst., USA. We Present experimental
and theoretical investigations on the THz wave
generation and detection using ambient air or
selected gases as the THz emitter and sensor,
as well as the potential applications of THz air
photonics.
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Oxidized Silicon-on-Insulator (OxSOI) from
Bulk Silicon: A New Photonic Platform, Nicolás
Sherwood-Droz, Alexander Gondarenko, Michal
Lipson; Cornell Univ., USA. We demonstrate a bulk
silicon alternative to SOI, using Si3N4 masking and
oxidation techniques. We show waveguide losses
of 2.92 dB/cm with a process compatible with the
front-end of a typical CMOS fabrication line.
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Nanostructuring: A Route for Understanding Interaction Phenomena and Enhancing Materials
Performance, Carmen N. Afonso; Laser Processing
Group, Inst. de Optica, CSIC, Spain. Engineering
materials in the nanoscale is an attractive route
to either improve properties or achieve new
responses. Examples will be given for promoting/
preventing transfer energy mechanisms or enhancing optical responses or rare-earth ion related
photoluminescence.
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The Physics of a Dissipative Optomechanical
Coupling, Aashish Clerk; McGill Univ., Canada.
We analyze theoretically a novel cavity electromechanical system where a mechanical resonator
modulates the damping rate of a driven cavity.
Destructive quantum noise interference can allow ground state cooling even in the unresolved
sideband regime.
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Widely Wavelength-Selective Integrated Ring
Laser in Al2O3:Er3+, Jonathan D. B. Bradley1,
Remco Stoffer 2, Laura Agazzi 1, Feridun Ay 1,
Kerstin Wörhoff1, Markus Pollnau1; 1MESA+ Inst.
for Nanotechnology, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands,
2
PhoeniX BV, Netherlands. Integrated Al2O3:Er3+
ring lasers were realized on thermally oxidized
silicon substrates. By varying the degree of output
coupling from the ring, wavelength selection in the
range 1530-1557 nm was demonstrated.
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Spatiotemporally Resolved Plasma Effect on
Two-Color Laser Pumped Terahertz Generation, Haidan Wen1, Dan Daranciang2, Aaron M.
Lindenberg1,3; 1PULSE Inst., SLAC Natl. Accelerator
Lab, USA, 2Dept. of Chemistry, Stanford Univ.,
USA, 3Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering,
Stanford Univ., USA. Spatiotemporally resolved
measurements reveal how a plasma affects the
terahertz generation from photoionized air in
two-color optical fields.
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Enhanced Waveguide Nonlinearity and Mechanical Robustness in Hybrid As2Se3-PMMA
Microtapers, Chams Baker, Martin Rochette;
McGill Univ., Canada. We report the fabrication
of an As2Se3 microtaper with a protective polymer
cladding. The 7 cm long microtaper provides an
ultrahigh nonlinearity of γ=45 W-1m-1 whereas the
polymer cladding provides mechanical strength
to the device.
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Observation of Amplified Stimulated Terahertz
Emission in Optically Pumped Epitaxial Graphene Heterostructures, Hiromi Karasawa1, Takayuki Watanabe1, Taiichi Otsuji1, Maxim Ryzhii2,
Akira Satou2, Victor Ryzhii2; 1Tohoku Univ., Japan,
2
Univ. of Aizu, Japan. We experimentally observed
an amplified stimulated terahertz emission from
an epitaxial graphene-on-silicon heterostructure.
The result well supports the occurrence of negative dynamic conductivity leading to a new type
of terahertz lasers.
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Characterization of Bragg Gratings in Al2O3
Waveguides Fabricated by Focused Ion Beam
Milling and Laser Interference Lithography,
Feridun Ay, Edward H. Bernhardi, Laura Agazzi,
Jonathan D. B. Bradley, Kerstin Wörhoff, Markus
Pollnau, René M. de Ridder; Integrated Optical
MicroSystems Group, MESA and Inst. for Nanotechnology, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands. Optical
grating cavities in Al2O3 channel waveguides were
successfully defined by focused ion beam milling
and laser interference lithography. Both methods
are shown to be suitable for realizing resonant
structures for on-chip waveguide lasers.
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Single-Cycle Multi-THz Transients with Electric
Fields Exceeding 10 MV/cm, Friederike Junginger1, Alexander Sell1, Olaf Schubert1, Bernhard
Mayer1, Daniele Brida2, Marco Marangoni2, Giulio
Cerullo2, Alfred Leitenstorfer 1, Rupert Huber1;
1
Univ. of Konstanz, Germany, 2Politecnico di
Milano, Italy. Broadband parametric amplification
of 1.3-µm pulses in GaSe crystals provides intense
single-cycle idler transients covering the 1-60 THz
window with peak amplitudes above 10 MV/cm.
Electro-optic sampling directly monitors the field
of the phase-stable waveforms.
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Realization of Multilayer Si/SiO2 Super-High
N.A. GRIN Lens on Si-Waveguide Coupling
to Single-Mode Optical Fibre, Ter-Hoe Loh1,
Qian Wang1, Jie Zhu1, Keh-Ting Ng1, Yi-Cheng
Lai1, Seng-Tiong Ho2; 1Data Storage Inst., Singapore, 2Northwestern Univ., USA. Vertical optical
mode-size transformation from 260nm-thick
Si-nanowaveguide to 10~12μm matching the
single-mode-fibre-core has been demonstrated
using compact multilayer Si/SiO2 asymmetric
GRIN lens (length:~24μm). GRIN lens to singlemode-fibre practical coupling loss of -3.45 dB
was achieved.
Carmen N. Afonso is a Research Professor at the
Optics Institute of the Spanish Research Council
(CSIC) where, in the eighties, she initiated the
Laser Processing Group which is currently a
20-person group. The research activities of the
Group initially focused on the understanding
and controlling of laser - matter interactions. This
was mainly done through dynamic studies using
real time optical measurements with nano and
picosecond resolution, with particular emphasis
on ultrafast phase transformations for optical data
storage. More recently, research has also focused
on the production of nanostructured materials
with improved responses and their application
to integrated optical devices. The Group is one
of the pioneers in using pulsed laser deposition
for nanostructuring materials and using this
nanostructuring concept for both understanding
interactions in the nanometer scale and optimising
optical response of materials.
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Optical Trap Assisted Nanopatterning for
Structured Surfaces, Romain Fardel, Yu-Cheng
Tsai, Craig B. Arnold; Princeton Univ., USA. We
investigate the use of optical trap assisted nanopatterning for creating nanoscale features on surfaces
with pre-existing topography. Uniform patterns
over silicon and polyimide surfaces with several
micrometer deep grooves are demonstrated.
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Near-Field Cavity Optomechanics with Nanomechanical Oscillators, Georg Anetsberger1,
Olivier Arcizet1, Emanuel Gavartin2, Quirin P.
Unterreithmeier3, Eva M. Weig3, Jörg P. Kotthaus3,
Tobias J. Kippenberg 1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. of
Quantum Optics, Germany, 2École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, 3LudwigMaximilians-Univ., Germany. We use evanescent
near-fields of high-Q optical microresonators
to extend cavity-optomechanical coupling to
nanomechanical oscillators. Pure radiation pressure coupling to SiN nanomechanical strings
is demonstrated. Dynamical backaction allows
creating laser-like nanomechanical oscillation at
nanowatt threshold.
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Optical Forces between a High-Q Micro-Disk
Resonator and an Integrated Waveguide, Mo
Li, Wolfram Pernice, Kingyan Fong, Hong Tang;
Yale Univ., USA. We demonstrate enhanced gradient optical force between a high-Q micro-disk
resonator and a waveguide. We find that the total
optical force is composed of contributions from
the cavity backaction, the reactive and evanescent
coupling.
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Preparation and Detection of a Radio Frequency
Mechanical Resonator Near the Ground State of
Motion, Keith Schwab; Caltech, USA. Abstract
not available.
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Douglas J. Bamford; Physical
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Endoscopic Confocal Microscopy of GI Cancers
for Diagnosis and Directed Therapy, Chris Contag; Stanford Univ., USA. Abstract not available.
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Experimental Demonstration of the Longitudinal Offset Technique for the Apodization of
Coupled Resonator Optical Waveguide Devices,
Jose David Domenech Gomez, Pascual Muñoz
Muñoz, Jose Capmany Francoy; Univ. Politecnica
de Valencia, Spain. In this paper, an experimental
demonstration of the apodization of coupled resonator optical waveguide (CROW) devices through
the longitudinal offset technique is presented for a
3 racetracks CROW device and compared against
the uniform case.
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Recent Advances in Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy and Application to Medical Breath
Analysis, Christopher S. Wood; Precision Photonics Corp., USA. A major goal of medicine is to catch
disease early with methods that are non-invasive,
sensitive, and highly specific. Optical breath
analysis is a growing field that provides exactly
this type of diagnosis.
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CMOS-Compatible Temperature Insensitive
Silicon Microring Resonators, Biswajeet Guha,
Bernardo B. C. Kyotoku, Michal Lipson; Cornell
Univ., USA. We propose a new class of resonant
silicon optical devices which are passively temperature compensated based on tailoring optical
mode confinement in waveguides. We demonstrate their operation over a wide temperature
range of 80 degrees.
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Free-Standing Silicon Ring Resonator for Low
Power Optical Bistability, Peng Sun, Ronald M.
Reano; Ohio State Univ., USA. We demonstrate
low power optical bistability in a free-standing
silicon ring resonator. The transmission exhibits
hysteresis for 80 µW pump power, which is over an
order of magnitude lower than similar unreleased
ring resonators.
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Endoscope Lens with Dual Field of View and
Resolution for Multiphoton Imaging, Minghan
Chen, Chris Xu, Watt W. Webb; Cornell Univ., USA.
We demonstrated the optical “zooming” capability
of an endoscope lens for multiphoton imaging by
using a novel multifocal objective lens design.
Multiphoton images with dual field of view and
resolution were recorded.
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Eleven-Channel Second-Order Silicon Microring-Resonator Filterbank with Tunable
Channel Spacing, Marcus S. Dahlem, Charles
W. Holzwarth, Anatol Khilo, Franz X. Kärtner,
Henry I. Smith, Erich P. Ippen; MIT, USA. A wideband eleven-channel second-order filterbank
fabricated on an SOI platform is demonstrated
with tunable channel spacing and 20 GHz singlechannel bandwidths. The tuning efficiency is ~28
μW/GHz/ring.
Chris is currently Senior Research Scientist and
Director of R&D at Precision Photonics Corporation. His specialties include tunable lasers, highpower lasers, electro-optics, quantum optics, and
ultra-sensitive spectroscopy. His familiarity with
cavity-enhanced absorption spectroscopy began as
a graduate student at the University of ColoradoBoulder, studying extremely small parity-violating
effects in atomic cesium, culminating in the 1998
award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis in Atomic,
Molecular, and Optical physics by the American
Physical Society. His post-doc work at NISTBoulder involved multiple ultraviolet lasers to
study Quantum Computation and fundamental
tests of Quantum Mechanics, using trapped
Be+ ions. Since then, his work has focused on
industrial R&D efforts that lead to commercial
product development. He has worked for universities, government labs, small family-owned
tech companies, venture capital-funded start-ups,
SBIR-based small companies, and a large aerospace
prime contractor.
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Dr. Contag is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics
in the Division of Neonatal and Developmental
Medicine, and a member of the BioX faculty at
Stanford University. He is the Director of the Stanford Infrared Optical Science and Photomedicine
Program, director of Stanford’s Center for Innovation in In Vivo Imaging (SCI3) and co-director
of the Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford
(MIPS). Dr. Contag received his B.S. in Biology
from the University of Minnesota, St. Paul in 1982;
and earned his Ph.D. in Microbiology from the
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis in 1988. He
is a founding member, and a past president, of the
Society for Molecular Imaging, and for his fundamental contributions in imaging, is a recipient of
the Achievement Award from the Society for Molecular Imaging. Dr. Contag is a scientific founder
of Xenogen Corp.—now Caliper LifeSciences. He
is also a founder of ConcentRx Corp.
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On-Chip Radio Frequency Arbitrary Waveform
Generation, Hao Shen, Li Fan, Leo Tom Varghese,
Daniel E. Leaird, Andrew M. Weiner, Minghao Qi;
Purdue Univ., USA. A completely on-chip solution
for radio-frequency arbitrary waveform generation
(RFAWG) is proposed with silicon add-drop microring resonators and tunable all-pass microring
delay lines. Preliminary results are shown for the
pulse shaping effect.
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OPO Based Off-Axis Integrated Cavity Output
Spectroscopy for Rapid Chemical Sensing, Denis
D. Arslanov1, Frans J. M. Harren1, Ian D. Lindsay2,
Klaus J. Boller3; 1Radboud Univ., Netherlands, 2Univ.
of Bristol, UK, 3Univ. of Twente, Netherlands. We
presented rapid and sensitive trace gas detector
based on a high power and fast scanning cw OPO
in combination with off-axis integrated cavity
output spectroscopy. A detection limit of 2×10-9
cm-1 Hz-1/2 was obtained.
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Ultrafast, Single-Shot Phase and Amplitude
Measurement via a Temporal Imaging Approach, Daniel H. Broaddus1, Mark A. Foster1,
Onur Kuzucu 1, Karl W. Koch 2, Alexander L.
Gaeta1; 1Cornell Univ., USA, 2Corning, Inc., USA.
We demonstrate single-shot measurement of the
phase and amplitude of an ultrafast waveform
using time-magnification and heterodyning with
simple external clock synchronization.
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Ultrafast Temporal Phase Detection Using Thick
Nonlinear Crystals, Hsiang-Nan Cheng1, ChiCheng Chen1, Shang-Da Yang1, Carsten Langrock2,
Martin M. Fejer2; 1Inst. of Photonics Technologies,
Natl. Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan, 2E. L. Ginzton Lab,
Stanford Univ., USA. We experimentally demonstrated that second-harmonic generation yield due
to a thick nonlinear crystal is sensitive to temporal
phase of ultrashort pulses, which could be useful in
temporal chirp monitoring and ultrafast coherent
communications.
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Dual Frequency Combs at 3.4 μm with Subhertz
Residual Linewidths, Esther Baumann, Fabrizio
R. Giorgetta, Ian Coddington, William C. Swann,
Nathan R. Newbury; NIST, USA. Two coherent
1.5µm frequency combs are transferred to 3.4µm
by difference-frequency generation with a 1064nm
cw laser. From a multi-heterodyne measurement,
the residual linewidth between the comb teeth is
resolution-limited at 200 mHz.
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Intersubband Thermophotovoltaic Detectors,
Jian Yin, Roberto Paiella; Boston Univ., USA.
High-efficiency multiple-junction detectors for
thermophotovoltaic energy conversion are designed based on the series combination of different
quantum cascade structures. Numerical simulations indicate that these devices can outperform
existing interband solutions.
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Broadband Low Power Super-Continuum
Generation in As2S3 Chalcogenide Glass Fiber
Nanotapers, Stephen A. Dekker1, Chunle Xiong1,
Eric Magi1, Alexander C. Judge1, Jasbinder S. Sanghera2, L. Brandon Shaw2, Ishwar D. Aggarwal2, David
J. Moss1, Benjamin J. Eggleton1; 1CUDOS, Australia,
2
NRL, USA. We demonstrate broadband low power
supercontinuum generation in arsenic sulphide
(As2S3) tapered fiber nanowires with an effective
area ~ 0.8 μm2 and nonlinearity gamma = 15,300
/W/km. Simulations showed good agreement
between theory and experiment.
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Octave-Spanning Supercontinuum Generation
for an Er-Doped Fiber Laser Frequency Comb at
a 1 GHz Repetition Rate, David Chao, Guoqing
Chang, Jonathan L. Morse, Franz X. Kärtner, Erich
P. Ippen; MIT, USA. We developed a 1 GHz Erdoped femtosecond fiber laser system providing
2nJ pulses at ~100fs durations and demonstrated
octave-spanning supercontinuum generation from
1µm - 2.4µm that is suitable for 1f-2f stabilizing
the frequency comb.
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Optical Multi-Hysteresises and “Rogue Waves”
in Nonlinear Plasma, Alexander E. Kaplan; Johns
Hopkins Univ., USA. An intense irradiation of an
overdense plasma can induce standing “rogue
waves” and highly-multiple hysteresises due to a
relativistic electron mass-effect. Those waves can
be sustained by a radiation intensity much lower
their peak intensity.
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Multiwavelength High Contrast Grating VCSEL
Array With 200nm Spectral Range, Vadim
Karagodsky1, Bala Pesala1, Christopher Chase1,
Werner Hofmann1, Fumio Koyama2, Connie J.
Chang-Hasnain1; 1Dept. of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Sciences, Univ. of California at
Berkeley, USA, 2Tokyo Inst. of Technology, Japan.
We propose a new multi-wavelength high contrast
grating VCSEL array, with an ultrabroad spectral
range. The simple fabrication flow of this array is
fully epitaxy compatible and requires no extra steps
beyond a single-VCSEL process.
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Versatile Excitation of Localized Surface
Plasmon Polaritons via Spatially Modulated
Polarized Focus, Tzu-Hsiang Lan, Jan-Ya He,
Chung-Hao Tien; Natl. Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan.
We proposed a method to generate a versatile
localized surface plasmon with the capability of
beam steering and shaping by using collinear
Kretchmann configuration in conjunction with
spatially inhomogeneous polarized beam.
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Richtmyer-Meshkov Instability in Nonlinear
Optics, Shu Jia1, Laura I. Huntley2, Jason W.
Fleischer1; 1Princeton Univ., USA, 2Stanford Univ.,
USA. We experimentally demonstrate an alloptical Richtmyer-Meshkov instability, in which
a shock wave is incident on an intensity interface.
Intensity fingering and shear-generated vortices
are observed for both 1-D and 2-D shock-wave
impulses.
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Analysis of Coupled Vertical-Cavity SurfaceEmitting Laser Arrays, Dominic F. Siriani, Ann C.
Lehman Harren, P. Scott Carney, Kent D. Choquette;
Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. Coupling properties of vertical-cavity surface-emitting
laser (VCSEL) arrays are analyzed using a new
stochastic coupled mode theory. Comparisons
between theory and experiment reveal important
details about the coupling and coherence of
VCSEL arrays.
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Sub-Wavelength Plasmon Solitons in 1-D Arrays of Coupled Metallic Nanowires, Fangwei
Ye1, Bambi Hu1, Dumitru Mihalache2, Nicolae
C. Panoiu3; 1Hong Kong Baptist Univ., China,
2
“Horia Hulubei” Natl. Inst. for Physics and Nuclear
Engineering, Romania, 3Univ. College London,
UK. We present the first theoretical study of subwavelength plasmon solitons formed in arrays
of metallic nanowires. We demonstrate that the
plasmonic arrays support unstaggered and staggered solitons, which can be effectively excited
from Gaussian beams.
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THz Nonlinearity of Water Observed with
Intense THz Pulses, Masaya Nagai1,2, Koichiro
Tanaka1,3,4; 1Dept. of Physics, Kyoto Univ., Japan,
2
PRESTO, JST, Japan, 3iCeMS, Kyoto Univ., Japan,
4
CREST, JST, Japan. We reveal THz nonlinearity of
liquid water using intense monocycle THz pulse.
Single THz pulse response and THz pump-probe
spectroscopy show the breaking and recovering of
hydrogen bonding network in water molecules.
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Characterization of Nd-Doped Polymer Waveguide Amplifiers near 1060 and 870 nm, Jing
Yang, Mart B. J. Diemeer, Gabriël Sengo, Markus
Pollnau, Alfred Driessen; Univ. of Twente, Netherlands. Nd3+-complex-doped polymer channel
waveguide amplifiers with various lengths and
Nd3+ concentrations were fabricated by a simple
procedure. Internal net gain of 5.7 dB/cm at 1064
nm and 2.0 dB/cm at 873 nm was obtained.
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Laser-Induced Periodic Nanostructures on ZnO
Surfaces with a Patterned Beam in Water Environment, Susanta K. Das, Martin Bock, Arkadi
Rosenfeld, Ruediger Grunwald; Max-Born-Inst.
for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy,
Germany. Periodic surface structures were induced
in ZnO in water with a focused femtosecond
laser beam working in Fresnel region. A circular
diffraction pattern transferred into the material is
superimposed by sub-200 nm features.
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Anisotropy of Hot Electron Effective Mass
in n-Doped InGaAs Revealed by Nonlinear
THz-Pump/THz-Probe Spectroscopy, Francois
Blanchard1,2,3, Fuhai Su2, Luca Razzari1, Gargi
Sharma1, Roberto Morandotti1, Tsuneyuki Ozaki1,
Matt Reid3, Frank Hegmann2; 1INRS, Canada,
2
Univ. of Alberta, Canada, 3Univ. of Northern
British Columbia, Canada. We study ultrafast hot
electron transport in n-doped InGaAs using polarization-sensitive nonlinear THz-pump/THz-probe
spectroscopy. We observe an anisotropic effective
mass for hot electrons due to the nonparabolicity
of the conduction band.
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Micro-Luminescence and Micro-Raman Mapping of Ultrafast Laser Inscribed Yb:KGd(WO4)2
and Yb:KY(WO4)2 Channel Waveguides, Fiona
M. Bain1, Alexander A. Lagatsky1, Wagner F. Silva2,
Daniel Jaque3, Robert R. Thomson4, Nicholas D.
Psaila4, Ajoy K. Kar4, Wilson Sibbett1, C. T. A.
Brown1; 1School of Physics and Astronomy, Univ.
of St. Andrews, UK, 2Inst. de Fisica, Univ. Federal
de Alagoas, Brazil, 3Dept. de Fisica de Materials
C-IV, Univ. Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, 4School
of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Heriot-Watt
Univ., UK. Micro-luminescence and micro-Raman
mapping has been performed on ultrafast laser inscribed channel Yb:KGd(WO4)2 and Yb:KY(WO4)2
waveguides. Correlation can be seen between guiding regions and shifts in micro-luminescence and
micro-Raman peaks when compared to the bulk.
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Femtosecond Laser-Induced TiO 2 Nanostructures on Titanium, Bulent Oktem, Hamit
Kalaycioglu, F. Ömer Ilday; Bilkent Univ., Turkey.
We report formation of polarization-dependent
nanostructures (nanolines, nanocircles) by high
repetition-rate femtosecond laser pulses on
titanium surface through a novel mechanism, converting Ti to TiO2. Arbitrarily large-area patterns
are created by self-stitching of these patterns.
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Optical Probing and Actuation of Microwave
Frequency Phononic Crystal Resonators without
Clamping Losses, Matt Eichenfield, Jasper Chan,
Amir H. Safavi-Naeini, Oskar J. Painter; Caltech,
USA. We demonstrate microwave-frequency
mechanical modes of optomechanical crystals
having arbitrarily small clamping losses. The
optomechanical crystals are connected to the
substrate via a phononic bandgap structure,
simultaneously isolating and rigidly supporting
the optomechanical resonator.
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OPO-Based Multimodal Nonlinear Optical
Microscopy, Mikhail N. Slipchenko, Ji-Xin Cheng;
Purdue Univ., USA. We report on a femtosecondOPO based multimodal nonlinear optical microscope that permits multiphoton fluorescence,
SHG, THG, CARS, and stimulated Raman scattering imaging on the same platform.
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Efficient Coupler between Silicon and Polymer
Waveguides, Jie Shu, Qianfan Xu; Rice Univ., USA.
We propose an efficient optical coupler between
sub-micron sized silicon waveguides on chip and
multi-micron wide polymer waveguides on board.
We show low coupling loss < 0.4 dB with high
tolerance to misalignment.
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Optical Loss Characterization of CaF2 in the
Ultraviolet Region for Prism Retroreflectors,
Brian Lee1, Azer Yalin1, Kevin Lehmann2; 1Colorado State Univ., USA, 2Univ. of Virginia, USA. We
report optical loss measurements of calcium
fluoride samples at 249 and 403 nm. Contributions of birefringence are investigated. Calcium
fluoride prism retroreflectors are of interest for
cavity-enhanced absorption spectroscopy in the
ultraviolet region.
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Lensfree Polarization Microscopy on a Chip
Using Incoherent Digital Holography, Chulwoo
Oh1, Serhan Isikman1, Aydogan Ozcan1,2; 1Univ.
of California at Los Angeles, USA, 2California
NanoSystems Inst., USA. We demonstrate an
on-chip polarization microscope based on incoherent lensfree holography. Placed between two
polarizers, a birefringent sample creates in-line
holograms that can be digitally reconstructed to
create lensfree polarization images over a large
field-of-view.
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“Magic Radius” Phenomenon in Thin-Ridge
SOI Ring Resonators: Theory and Preliminary
Observation, Thach G. Nguyen1, Ravi S. Tummidi 2, Robert M. Pafchek 2, Thomas L. Koch 2,
Arnan Mitchell1; 1School of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, RMIT Univ., Australia, 2Ctr. for Optical Technologies, Dept. of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Lehigh Univ., USA. The lateral leakage
loss mechanism of the TM-like mode in thin-ridge
SOI ring resonators is significantly impacted by the
ring radius and waveguide width. This behavior is
analyzed using rigorous modeling techniques and
verified experimentally.
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Intracavity Phase Interferometry for Magnetic Field Sensing, Andreas Schmitt-Sody, Koji
Masuda, Andreas Velten, Jean-Claude Diels; Dept.
of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of New Mexico,
USA. Application of a phase to frequency conversion is demonstrated to measure small magnetic
fields with a sensitivity of 10nT corresponding to
a polarization rotation of 2x10-9 rad.
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William Green; IBM Res., USA,
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Experimental Demonstration of Airy-Bessel 3-D
Linear Light Bullets, Andy Chong1, William H.
Renninger1, Frank W. Wise1, Demetrios N. Christodoulides2; 1Cornell Univ., USA, 2Univ. of Central
Florida, USA. We demonstrate for the first time a
versatile class of Airy-Bessel linear light bullets.
The main lobe of the Airy-Bessel wave packet
was sustained for many dispersion and diffraction
lengths of propagation.
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Ultrafast Graphene Photodetector, Fengnian
Xia1, Thomas Mueller2, Yu-ming Lin1, Phaedon
Avouris1; 1IBM T.J. Watson Res., USA, 2Vienna Univ.
of Technology, Austria. We demonstrate ultrafast
transistor-based photodetectors made from singleand few-layer graphene. The photoresponse does
not degrade for optical intensity modulations up
to 40GHz, and further analysis suggests that the
intrinsic bandwidth may exceed 500GHz.
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375 kW Peak Power Sub-Nanosecond Passively
Q-Switched Ytterbium Doped Fiber Laser, Lei
Pan1, Ilya Utkin1, Ruijun Lan1,2, Yogesh Godwal1,
Robert Fedosejevs1; 1Univ. of Alberta, Canada,
2
Shandong Univ., China. We demonstrate a passively Q-switched ytterbium doped fiber laser with
Cr4+:YAG and stimulated Brillouin backscattering.
Linearly polarized output with ~ 375 kW peak
power and pulse duration as short as 490 ps have
been obtained.
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All-Fiber-Based Frequency Comb with an IntraCavity Waveguide Electro-Optic Modulator,
Yoshiaki Nakajima1,2, Hajime Inaba1, Kazumoto
Hosaka1, Kana Iwakuni1,3, Atsushi Onae1, Kaoru
Minoshima1, Feng-Lei Hong1; 1AIST, Japan, 2Univ. of
Fukui, Japan, 3Keio Univ., Japan. We develop an allfiber-based frequency comb with an intra-cavity
waveguide electro-optic modulator. A comb mode
is successfully phase-locked to an optical reference
without frequency division. The servo bandwidth
of repetition rate is approximately 400 kHz.
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Q-Switching a Fiber Laser with an Electrically
Controlled Microstructured Fiber, Zhangwei
Yu1,2, Walter Margulis1, Walter Margulis2, Mikael
Malmström 1,2, Oleksandr Tarasenko 2, Fredrik
Laurell1; 1Royal Inst. of Technology, Sweden, 2Acreo
AB, Sweden. A monolithic fiber laser incorporating an electrically driven microstructured fiber is
Q-switched exploiting nanosecond polarization
rotation and multi-pass amplification. All components are in-fiber, simplifying fabrication and
improving robustness.
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A Simple Implementation of Spectral Shearing
Interferometry for Self-Referenced Amplitude and Phase Characterization of Optical
Frequency Comb Sources, V. R. Supradeepa,
Christopher M. Long, Daniel E. Leaird, Andrew
M. Weiner; Purdue Univ., USA. We demonstrate a
simple scheme which uses only an intensity modulator and an OSA to achieve low-power (~100nW,
10aJ/pulse at 10GHz), self-referenced, amplitude
and phase characterization of high repetition rate
optical frequency comb sources.
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On the Origin of Negative Dispersion Contributions in Filamentary Propagation, Carsten
Brée1,2, Jens Bethge2, Ayhan Demircan1, Erik T. J.
Nibbering2, Günter Steinmeyer2; 1Weierstraß-Inst.
für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik, Germany,
2
Max-Born-Inst., Germany. We experimentally
show that the windows frequently used for filament cells have a decisive influence on nonlinear
pulse shaping, determining the group-delaydispersion of the self-compressed pulses.
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Phase Retrieval and the Measurement of the
Complete Spatiotemporal Electric Field of
Ultrashort Pulses, Pamela R. Bowlan1,2, Rick
Trebino1,2; 1School of Physics, Georgia Tech, USA,
2
Swamp Optics LLC, USA. The technique, SEA
TADPOLE, measures the complete spatiotemporal
intensity and phase of arbitrary ultrashort pulses,
but device instability blurs the spatial component
of the phase. We show that a simple phase-retrieval
algorithm recovers it.
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Waveguide-Integrated Low-Noise Germanium
Avalanche Photodetector with 6dB Sensitivity
Improvement, Solomon Assefa, Fengnian Xia,
Yurii Vlasov; IBM T.J. Watson Res. Ctr., USA. A
waveguide-integrated Germanium avalanche
photodetector with 6dB sensitivity improvement
and excess noise with keff~0.1 was demonstrated
while operating with 12dB gain at around 3V bias
voltage. The photodetector was monolithically
integrated into front-end CMOS.
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Dispersion Variation of a Thulium-Doped
Stretched-Pulse Fiber Laser with Spectral Filtering, Frithjof Haxsen1,2, Dieter Wandt1,2, Uwe
Morgner1,2,3, Dietmar Kracht1,2, Jörg Neumann1,2;
1
Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Germany, 2Ctr.
for Quantum-Engineering and Space-Time Res.
– QUEST, Germany, 3Leibniz Univ. Hannover,
Germany. We report on stretched-pulse operation of a thulium-doped fiber laser with spectral
filtering emitting at 1.98 µm. Cavity dispersion
was varied from -0.044 ps2 to 0.049 ps2. The
experimental results are compared with numerical simulations.
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Carrier Envelope Offset Stabilization of an
Optical Parametric Oscillator Without f-2f
Self-Referencing, Teresa I. Ferreiro, Jinghua Sun,
Derryck T. Reid; Heriot-Watt Univ., UK. Signal
pulses from a femtosecond optical parametric
oscillator were carrier-envelope-offset stabilized
for ~10 minutes with a bandwidth of <2 kHz and
a cumulative phase error over 1 second of 2.05
radians, without f-2f self-referencing.
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Frequency-Domain Streak Camera for Ultrafast
Imaging of Evolving Light-Velocity Objects,
Zhengyan Li, Rafal Zgadzaj, Xiaoming Wang,
Steve Reed, Yang Zhao, Michael C. Downer; Dept.
of Physics, Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA. We report
the extension of Frequency-domain Holography
to a Frequency-Domain Streak Camera capable of
capturing the evolution of refractive index structures propagating at luminal speeds. Possibility
of extension to Frequency-Domain Tomography
is demonstrated.
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Cavity-Enhanced Photocurrent Generation
in a p-i-n Diode Integrated Silicon Microring
Resonator Matrix, Shaoqi Feng, Hui Chen,
Xianshu Luo, Andrew W. Poon; Hong Kong Univ.
of Science and Technology, Hong Kong. We report
cavity-enhanced photocurrent generation in
the 1.55-μm wavelength range in a p-i-n diode
integrated silicon microring resonator matrix. We
demonstrate photocurrent of ~10 nA at microring
resonance wavelengths and cavity enhancement
exceeding 11-fold.
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Efficient Intracavity Frequency Doubling of an
Yb-Doped Fiber Laser Using an Internal Resonant Enhancement Cavity, Rafal Cieslak, Jayanta
K. Sahu, William A. Clarkson; Optoelectronics Res.
Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK. We describe a
simple approach for efficient generation of visible
light in high-power continuous-wave fiber lasers
via second harmonic generation in an internal
resonant cavity. Preliminary results for a claddingpumped Yb fiber laser are presented.
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All-Fiber Carbon Nanotube Based Mode-Locked
Laser System for Generation of Stable fs Frequency Combs, Khanh Kieu, Tsung-Han Wu, N.
Peyghambarian, Jason Jones; College of Optical
Sciences, Univ. of Arizona, USA. We report on a
simplified all-fiber octave spanning femtosecond
laser system based on a tapered fiber carbon
nanotube saturable absorber capable of generating
a stabilized frequency comb structure.
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Temporal Coupled-Mode Theory for the Fano
Resonance in Light Scattering and Its Applications, Zhichao Ruan, Shanhui Fan; Ginzton Lab,
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Stanford Univ., USA.
We present a temporal coupled-mode theory for
the Fano resonance in light scattering by individual
obstacle. As an application, we design a structure
that exhibits strong absorption and weak scattering
properties at the same frequency.
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Mode-Locking Build-Up Measurements: Probing the Modelocking Mechanisms in VerticalExternal-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers, Keith
G. Wilcox, Adrian H. Quarterman, Stewart
Carswell, Zakaria Mihoubi, Vasilis Apostolopoulos,
Aaron Chung, Anne Tropper; School of Physics and
Astronomy, Univ. of Southampton, UK. The pulse
evolution from onset to steady state in a modelocked vertical-external-cavity surface-emitting
laser producing femtosecond and picosecond
pulses was studied. A 40-times reduction in pulse
shortening rate from picosecond to femtosecond
regime was observed.
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Excitation of Gap Plasmonic Waveguides by
Nano Antennas, Jing Wen1,2, Peter Banzer1,2,3, Daniel Ploss1,2, Arian Kriesch1,2, Bernhard Schmauss4,
Ulf Peschel1,2,3; 1Inst. of Optics, Information and
Photonics, Univ. Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany,
2
Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of Light, Germany,
3
Cluster of Excellence ‘Engineering of Advanced
Materials’, Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 4Chair for High Frequency Technology, Univ.
Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. We experimentally
demonstrate the excitation of plasmonic gap waveguides by nano antennas. The excitation is shown
to be both spatially and spectrally dependent
which can potentially be used for the selective
excitation of plasmonic nanostructures.
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Disorder-Enhanced Transport in Photonic
Quasi-Crystals: Anderson Localization and Delocalization, Liad Levi1, Mikael Rechtsman2, Barak
Freedman1, Tal Schwartz1, Ofer Manela1, Moti
Segev1; 1Technion - Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel,
2
Courant Inst. of Mathematical Sciences, New York
Univ., USA. We demonstrate experimentally that
disorder enhances transport of waves in Penrosetype photonic quasicrystals. Increasing disorder
gives rise to a transition from “bumpy ride” to
diffusive transport.
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Superradiant Emission from a Tapered Quantum-Dot Semiconductor Diode Emitter, Mo
Xia1, Richard V. Penty1, Ian H. White1, Peter P.
Vasil’ev2; 1Univ. of Cambridge, UK, 2PN Lebedev
Physical Inst., Russian Federation. Superradiant
emission pulses from a quantum-dot tapered
device are generated on demand at repetition rates
of up to 5 MHz. The pulses have durations as short
as 320 fs at a wavelength of 1270 nm.
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Experimental Realization of Sub-Wavelength
Plasmonic Slot Waveguides and Couplers on
Silicon-on-Insulator, Zhanghua Han, Abdul
Y. Elezzabi, Vien Van; Dept. of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Univ. of Alberta, Canada.
Sub-wavelength plasmonic slot waveguides
and broadband couplers were monolithically
integrated with Si waveguides on SOI. Plasmonic
waveguide propagation length of 6λ was achieved
along with a 30% coupling efficiency between the
Si and plasmonic waveguides.
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Reflection of Subdiffusive Light from 3-D Disordered Photonic Crystals, Kyle M. Douglass1,
Takashi Suezaki2, Geoffrey A. Ozin2, Sajeev John2,
Aristide Dogariu1; 1Univ. of Central Florida, USA,
2
Univ. of Toronto, Canada. Two different transport
regimes of light are observed in the same medium
and are explained by the scaling theory of localization. Our results constitute the first demonstration
of continuous renormalization of the optical diffusion coefficient.
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Bistable Wavelength Switching in a Two-Section
Quantum-Dot Mode-Locked Diode Laser,
Mingming Feng1, Richard P. Mirin1, Kevin L.
Silverman1, Steven T. Cundiff2; 1NIST, USA, 2JILA
,NIST, Univ. of Colorado, USA. We investigate the
wavelength-switching property of a bistable twosection quantum-dot diode laser. The switching
time between the two stable wavelengths is about
150 ps, which is about two round trips time of
the laser.
2.'tQN
Passive Building Blocks for Plasmonics Nanocircuits with Three-Dimensional Slot Waveguides,
Wenshan Cai, Mark L. Brongersma; Stanford Univ.,
USA. We present the analysis and optimization
of several basic elements for three-dimensional
plasmonic slot waveguides. These elements are key
building blocks for efficient routing of light that
can be used in on-chip optical links.
2.&tQN
Double Scattering of Light from Biophotonic
Nanostructures with Short-Range Order, Heeso
Noh, Seng Fatt Liew, Vinodkumar Saranathan,
Richard O. Prum, Eric R. Dufresne, Simon G. J.
Mochrie, Hui Cao; Yale Univ., USA. We investigate
the mechanism for coloration of isotropic nanostructures with short-range order in bird feather
barbs. While the primary spectral peak originates
from single scattering, double scattering of light
contributes additional spectral features.
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Gain Saturation in 60-fs Mode-Locked Semiconductor Laser, Adrian H. Quarterman1, Keith G.
Wilcox1, Vasilis Apostolopoulos1, Zakaria Mihoubi1,
Mark Barnes1, Ian Farrer2, Dave A. Richie2, Anne
Tropper1; 1School of Physics and Astronomy, Univ.
of Southampton, UK, 2Cavendish Lab, Univ.
of Cambridge, UK. A passively mode-locked
optically-pumped InGaAs/GaAs quantum well
laser with an intracavity semiconductor saturable
absorber mirror emits sub-100-fs pulses. Pulse
energy declines steeply as pulse duration is reduced
below 100 fs due to gain saturation.
2.'tQN
High Performances of Planar Hybrid Plasmonic
Waveguide-Based Structures, Hong-Son Chu,
Ping Bai, Er-Ping Li; Advanced Photonics and Plasmonics Group, A*STAR Inst. of High Performance
Computing, Singapore. We report a novel planar
hybrid plasmonic waveguide which provides low
propagation loss, strong mode confinement, high
power and intensity in the nano-gap. The 90owaveguide bends and couplers based on proposed
waveguides are also discussed.
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1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
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Eindhoven, Netherlands, Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
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Univ., USA, Presider
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Terahertz Dielectric and Magnetic Response
Near Magnetic Phase Transition in a Multiferroic Hexagonal YMnO3, Christelle Kadlec1, Petr
Kuzel1, Stanislav Kamba1, Roman V. Pisarev2; 1Inst.
of Physics, Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Republic,
Czech Republic, 2Ioffe Physical Technical Inst.,
Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation.
Time-domain THz spectroscopy is used to extract
simultaneously dielectric and magnetic properties
of hexagonal YMnO3. A magnon in antiferromagnetic phase and possible electromagnon in
paramagnetic phase were first observed.
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Thin Film Silicon Solar Cell Fabricated at
100oC by High Density Plasma for Flexible
Photovoltaic Application, Chang-Hong Shen1,
Jia-Min Shieh1,2, Hao-Chung Kuo2, Jung Y. Huang2,
Wen-Chien Yu1, Wen-Hsien Huang1, Chao-Kei
Wang1, Chih-Wei Hsu2, Yu-Hsin Lin2, Hung-Yu
Chiu2, Bau-Tong Dai1, Fu-Liang Yang1; 1Natl. Nano
Device Labs, Taiwan, 2Inst. of Electro-Optical Engineering, Natl. Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan. Record
fabrication temperature, 100oC, of a single junction
amorphous Si solar cell was demonstrated by a
high-density plasma method. Present solar cell
revealed conversion efficiency of 7.4% at 200oC
(4.1% at 135oC).
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Holographic Fabrication of Three-Dimensional
Penrose-Type Photonic Quasi-Crystal Using a
Lab-Made Phase Mask, Faraon Torres1, Yuankun
Lin1, Ahmad Harb1, Kris Ohlinger1, Karen Lozano1,
Di Xu2, Kevin P. Chen2; 1College of Science and
Engineering, Univ. of Texas-Pan American, USA,
2
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Univ. of Pittsburgh, USA. Penrose-type photonic
quasi-periodic crystals are fabricated through 5
or 6 beam holographic lithography using a labmade phase mask. The quasi-crystal structure is
confirmed through diffraction patterns showing
ten-fold symmetry.
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Sensitive Phonon Detection in a Spiderweb
Optomechanical Resonator, Jessie Rosenberg,
Qiang Lin, Oskar Painter; Caltech, USA. We
report position-squared coupling six orders of
magnitude larger than previously demonstrated,
allowing measurement of as few as 652 phonons
and presenting a practical route toward probing
of single-phonon jumps and characterization of
phonon statistics.
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Adaptive Optics for Direct Writing in ThreeDimensional Nano-Fabrication, Alexander
Jesacher, Richard Simmonds, Tony Wilson, Martin
Booth; Univ. of Oxford, UK. Aberrations affect
the focal spot quality in direct laser write applications when focusing through a refractive index
mismatch. We develop adaptive optics to correct
aberrations and demonstrate improved fabrication
depth in several substrates.
+.$tQN
Ultra-High Q Crystalline Microresonators for
Cavity Optomechanics, Johannes Hofer1, Albert
Schliesser1, Tobias Kippenberg1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst.
für Quantenoptik, Germany, 2École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. We report on
optomechanical coupling in crystalline whispering-gallery-mode resonators possessing ultra-high
optical (> 1010) and mechanical (> 105) Q-factors.
Microdiscs reveal high frequency mechanical
radial modes (> 20 MHz) and unprecedented
sideband factors (> 100).
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Resolution of the THz Vibrational Modes of
Tris (hydroxymethyl) aminomethane (TRIS)
Using Waveguide THz-TDS, Sree H. Srikantaiah,
Daniel R. Grischkowsky; Oklahoma State Univ.,
USA. High resolution THz vibrational spectrum
of TRIS is measured using waveguide THz-TDS.
12 highly resolved spectral features for the dropcast film and 11 features for sublimated film are
observed at 13.6K.
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A Terahertz Plastic Wire Based Evanescent Field
Sensor for High Sensitivity Liquid Detection,
Ja-Yu Lu1, Borwen You1, Ci-Ling Pan2, Tze-An Liu3,
Jin-Long Peng3; 1Inst. of Electro-Optical Science and
Engineering, National Cheng Kung Univ., Taiwan,
2
Dept. of Photonics and Inst. of Electro-Optical
Engineering, National Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan,
3
Ctr. for Measurement Standards, Industrial
Technology Res. Inst., Taiwan. A highly sensitive
detection method based on the evanescent wave
of a terahertz subwavelength plastic wire was demonstrated for liquid sensing. A 20ppm melamine
alcohol solution is successfully identified with
refractive-index sensitivity of 0.01.
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Plasmonic Back Structures Designed for Efficiency Enhancement of Thin Film Solar Cells,
Wenli Bai1,2, Qiaoqiang Gan1, Filbert Bartoli1,
Guofeng Song2; 1Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., Lehigh Univ., USA, 2Inst. of Semiconductors, Chinese Acad. of Sciences, China. Metallic
back structures with one-dimensional periodic
nanoridges attached to thin-film amorphous silicon (a-Si) solar cell are proposed to enhance the
cell efficiency in a wide near-IR range.
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Femtosecond Bessel Filaments for High AspectRatio and Taper-Free Micromachining of Dielectrics, Francois Courvoisier1, Manoj K. Bhuyan1,
Maxime Jacquot1, Pierre-Ambroise Lacourt1, Luca
Furfaro1, Michael J. Withford2, John M. Dudley1;
1
Univ. de Franche-Comté, France, 2MacQuarie
Univ., Australia. Femtosecond Bessel beams are
demonstrated for high aspect ratio machining in
the filamentation regime with water assistance.
Taper-free microchannels and micro-trenches
are demonstrated with aspect ratio up to 40 and
diameters down to 2 µm.
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Positive and Negative Mechanical Kerr Nonlinearities in Periodically-patterned Silicon
Waveguides, Jing Ma, Michelle Povinelli; Univ.
of Southern California, USA. We design periodic
silicon waveguides with mechanical Kerr coefficients of positive or negative sign. The mechanical
Kerr coefficient is > 3 orders of magnitude larger
than the Kerr coefficient of silicon for suspended
lengths ~30µm.
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Anisotropic Terahertz Conductivity of OneDimensional Electrons in Single-Walled Carbon
Nanotubes, Lei Ren1, Takashi Arikawa1, Junichiro
Kono1, Cary L. Pint2, Robert H. Hauge2, Aleksander
K. Wojcik3, Alexey A. Belyanin3, Yoshiaki Takemoto4, Kei Takeya4, Iwao Kawayama4, Masayoshi
Tonouchi4; 1Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rice Univ., USA, 2 Dept. of Chemistry, Rice
Univ., USA, 3 Dept. of Physics, Texas A&M Univ.,
USA, 4 Inst. of Laser Engineering, Osaka Univ.,
Japan. Terahertz time-domain spectroscopy of
a highly-aligned single-walled carbon nanotube
film reveals strongly anisotropic responses. The
deduced complex dynamic conductivity clearly
showed a non-Drude-like frequency dependence,
with real part showing a peak at ~ 4 THz.
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Nanovoid Plasmonic-Enhanced Low-Cost
Photovoltaics, Niraj N. Lal1, Fumin M. Huang1,
Bruno F. Soares1, Sumeet Mahajan1, Jatin K. Sinha2,
Phil N. Bartlett2, Jeremy J. Baumberg1; 1Univ. of
Cambridge, UK, 2Univ. of Southampton, UK. Gold
and silver nanovoid structures generate localised
plasmon modes which are harnessed to enhance
organic and amorphous silicon solar cell performance. Higher absorption at plasmonic resonant
wavelengths indicates significant potential for
enhanced photocurrent and efficiency.
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1-ns Reconfiguration Direct Space-to-Time
Pulse Shaping, Albert Vega, Daniel E. Leaird, Andrew M. Weiner; Purdue Univ., USA. In this paper
we demonstrate high-speed direct space-to-time
pulse shaping with waveform reconfigurations
down to 1ns. Our pulse shaper implementation
incorporates a modified arrayed-waveguide
grating structure and an array of optoelectronic
reflection modulators.
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Nanoparticle Manipulation with Optical
Forces from Surface Plasmon Polaritons on
Gold Stripes, Kai Wang, Ethan Schonbrun, Kenneth Crozier; School of Engineering and Applied
Science, Harvard Univ., USA. We experimentally
demonstrate enhanced propulsion of polystyrene
and gold particles by surface plasmon polaritons
on gold stripes. The largest propulsion velocity
enhancement, relative to total internal reflection, is
measured to be 5 for polystyrene particles.
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Javier A. Jo; Texas A&M Univ.,
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1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
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Langley Res. Ctr., USA, Presider
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Hannover e.V., Germany, Presider
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Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy in an
Optical Trap, H. Daniel Ou-Yang, Yi Hu, Joseph
Junio, Xuanhong Cheng; Lehigh Univ., USA. We
have combined optical trapping and fluorescence
correlation spectroscopy (FCS) to determine the
trapping energy and concentration of nanoparticles in suspension by analyzing the elongated
dwell time and enhanced concentration in the
optical trap.
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Historical Perspective on Nonlinear Optics and
Its Applications, Y. Ron Shen; Univ. of California
at Berkeley, USA. Nonlinear optics in the past
60 years has been full of excitement and created
tremendous impact in many disciplines. New
laser technology has been the prime motive force
behind the advances of the field.
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High Power Diode Pumped 2 µm Laser Operation of Tm:Lu2O3, Philipp Koopmann1,2, Samir
Lamrini2, Karsten Scholle2, Peter Fuhrberg2, Klaus
Petermann1, Günter Huber1; 1Insitute of LaserPhysics, Germany, 2LISA Laser Products, Germany.
We report the first diode pumped laser operation
of Tm:Lu2O3 at 2 µm with more than 40 W of
output power and slope efficiencies of up to 42%
at room temperature.
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Innovative Combined Sensing and Imaging Approaches in Biophotonics, Ilko K. Ilev; Food and
Drug Administration (FDA), USA. Using simple
fiber-optic based approaches, we have developed
some advanced biophotonics and nanobiophotonics combined imaging and sensing techniques that
can be exploited for high-resolution bioimaging
and biosensing at cellular, intracellular and bulk
tissue level.
Y. Ron Shen received his Ph.D. from Harvard
University in 1963. He joined the Physics faculty
of the University of California at Berkeley in 1964
where he has been ever since. His research interest
is in the broad area of interaction of light with
matter. He was involved in the early development
of nonlinear optics, searching for basic understanding of various nonlinear optical phenomena.
He is the author of the text “The Principles of
Nonlinear Optics”.
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Resonantly Pumped 2.1-µm Ho:Y2O3 Ceramic
Laser, George Alex Newburgh1, Akil Word-Daniels1, Akio Ikesue2, Mark Dubinskii1; 1US ARL,
USA, 2World Lab Co., Ltd., Japan. We report the
first Ho:Y2O3 ceramic laser operating at 2.085µm
with 29% slope efficiency as resonantly diodepumped at 1.93 µm. Pertinent spectroscopic data
are also presented.
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Evanescent-Wave Cavity Enhanced Spectroscopy
as a Tool in Label-Free Biosensing, Lineke S. van
der Sneppen1, Grant Ritchie1, Gus Hancock1, Freek
Ariese2, Cees Gooijer2, Wim Ubachs2, Rob Haselberg3, Govert W. Somsen3, Gerhardus J. de Jong3;
1
Univ. of Oxford, UK, 2Vrije Univ. Amsterdam,
Netherlands, 3Univ. Utrecht, Netherlands. A variety
of evanescent-wave cavity-enhanced techniques
is used in studying interfacial kinetics as well
as the performance of anti-biofouling coatings,
demonstrating the potential of these techniques
in label-free biosensing.
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Continuous-Wave Lasing of Monoclinic
Ho:KLu(WO4)2 under in-Band Excitation by a
Diode-Pumped Tm:KLu(WO4)2 Laser, Xavier
Mateos1, Venkatesan Jambunathan1, Maria Cinta
Pujol1, Joan Josep Carvajal1, Magdalena Aguilo1,
Francesc Diaz1, Uwe Griebner2, Valentin Petrov2;
1
Univ. Rovira i Virgili, Spain, 2Max-Born-Inst.,
Germany. We present the first cw Ho:KLuW laser
operating at room temperature. It is resonantly
pumped by a diode-pumped Tm:KLuW laser and
emits at 2060 nm in E//Nm polarization with a
slope efficiency of 22%.
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Efficient Ho:LuLiF4 Laser in-Band Pumped by a
Tm Fiber Laser, Ji Won Kim1, J.I. Mackenzie1, W.A.
Clarkson1, D. Parisi2, S. Veronesi2, M. Tonelli2; 1Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK,
2
Natl. Enterprise for Nano Science and Technology,
Dept. di Fisica, Univ. di Pisa, Italy. A Ho:LuLiF4
laser with an output power of 5.4W and slope
efficiency of 76% at 2.1µm in-band pumped by a
Tm fiber laser at 1.94µm is reported. Strategies for
further increasing output power are considered.
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Photonic Fiber for Flexible Sub-20-fs Pulse
Delivery, Jens Bethge1, Tuan Le2, Julia Skibina3,4,
Andreas Stingl2, Günter Steinmeyer1; 1Max-BornInst., Germany, 2Femtolasers Produktions GmbH,
Austria, 3Saratov State Univ., Russian Federation,
4
Nanostructured Glass Technology Co., Russian
Federation. Delivery of sub-20-fs pulses with
a spectrally flat phase through 80 cm chirped
photonic crystal fiber with chirped-mirror precompensation is experimentally demonstrated.
This sets a new record for fiber-based femtosecond
pulse delivery.
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All-Optical Computing Circuits Based on
Bacteriorhodopsin Protein Coated Microcavity
Switches, Sukhdev Roy1, Mohit Prasad1, Juraj Topolancik2, Frank Vollmer3; 1Dayalbagh Educational
Inst., India, 2Northeastern Univ., USA, 3Rowland
Inst., Harvard Univ., USA. We present designs of
all-optical MUX/DEMUX and half-adder/subtractor circuits based on switching of an infrared laser
beam at 1310 nm in bacteriorhodopsin protein
coated silica microsphere using low power (<200
μW) pump beams.
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Tunable Pulse Width, Short Pulse High Power
Green Laser, Pratheepan Madasamy, Lynsi Coressel, Donald R. Jander, Eric C. Honea; Lockheed
Martin Aculight, USA. We report the demonstration of a short pulse high power IR (98W) and
green (43W) laser with 50ps pulse-width, 700MHz
repetition-rate and near-diffraction-limited beam
quality (M2<1.1). The pulse-width was electrooptically tunable from 10ps to 50ps.
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First Fully Stabilized Frequency Comb from a
SESAM-Modelocked 1.5-μm Solid-State Oscillator, Max C. Stumpf1, Selina Pekarek1, Andreas E.
H. Oehler1, Thomas Südmeyer1, John M. Dudley2,
Ursula Keller1; 1ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2Univ. de
Franche-Comté, France. A diode-pumped 170-fs,
110-mW Er:Yb:glass-laser generates an octavespanning supercontinuum without amplification
in an optimized PM-HNLF. The CEO frequency
is self-referenced and stabilized by feedback on
the diode current. Cavity length control stabilizes
the repetition rate.
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Dispersion-Free Ultrashort and Ultrabroadband
Polarization Vortex Pulse Generation, Yu Tokizane, Kazuhiko Oka, Ryuji Morita; Dept. of Applied
Physics, Hokkaido Univ., Japan. Ultrabroadband
polarization vortex generation ranging ~600 to
~800 nm without polarization dispersion was
demonstrated using a photonic-crystal radial
polarizer. It enables us to investigate closed-loop
coherence in the ultrashort temporal and/or
ultrabroad spectral region(s).
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All-Optical Switch Involving Fano Resonance
in Ultrasmall Photonic Crystal Nanocavities,
Kengo Nozaki 1, Takasumi Tanabe 1, Akihiko
Shinya1, Shinji Matsuo2, Tomonari Sato2, Hideaki
Taniyama1, Masaya Notomi1; 1NTT Basic Res. Labs,
Japan, 2NTT Photonics Labs, Japan. We demonstrate a Fano scheme consisting of ultrasmall
photonic crystal nanocavities, and observe the
asymmetric transmission spectrum. All-optical
switching with a 1 fJ pump energy and an 18 ps
time window is also successfully estimated.
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Optically-Driven Fast and Widely WavelengthSwept Fiber Laser Based on Dispersion Tuning,
Osamu Kusakari, Shinji Yamashita; Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, Univ.
of Tokyo, Japan. We demonstrate optically-driven
fast and wide wavelength-swept laser based on
dispersion tuning via cross gain modulation of
the SOA. We achieved the tuning range of 87.9
nm and the tuning rate of 200 kHz.
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All-Fiber Single Optical Frequency Generation
from an Er-Doped Fiber Frequency Comb,
Young-Jin Kim, Yunseok Kim, Byung Jae Chun,
Sangwon Hyun, Seung-Woo Kim; KAIST, Republic
of Korea. We demonstrate an all-fiber-based apparatus built to generate near-infrared frequencies directly from an Er-doped fiber frequency
comb. The amplified final output signal yields
a frequency stability of 2×10-15 with a linewidth
less than 1 Hz.
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Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Cross-Polarized
Wave Generation, Daniel E. Adams1, Thomas
A. Planchon2, Jeff A. Squier1, Charles G. Durfee1;
1
Colorado School of Mines, USA, 2Howard Hughes
Medical Inst., USA. We use Spatially and Spectrally Resolved Interferometry (SSRI) to investigate
cross-polarized wave (XPW) generation. We
find that the XPW pulse is √3 smaller than the
input in the spatiotemporal domain regardless
of input chirp.
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All-Optical Fiber-Coupled Ultrafast Switching
in 2-D InP-Based Photonic Crystal Nanocavity,
Maia Brunstein1, Alejandro Yacomotti1, Remy
Braive1, Isabelle Sagnes1, Laurent Bigot2, Ariel
Levenson1; 1CNRS, France, 2Univ. des Sciences et
Technologies de Lille, France. Ultrafast optical
switching capabilities of an InP-based photonic
crystal cavity are studied using a tapered fiberassisted coupling scheme. Overall switching times
as short as 25ps were measured with a femtosecond
pump and probe technique.
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Linewidth Optimization of Fourier Domain
Mode-Locked Lasers, Sebastian Todor1, Christian
Jirauschek1, Benjamin Biedermann2, Robert Huber2;
1
Emmy Noether Res. Group “Modeling of Quantum
Cascade Devices“ at the Inst. for Nanoelectronics,
Technische Univ. München, Germany, 2Lehrstuhl
für BioMolekulare Optik, Fakultät für Physik,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. München, Germany.
We theoretically and experimentally investigate
the instantaneous linewidth of Fourier domain
mode-locked lasers, yielding good agreement.
Based on simulations, strategies are discussed to
drastically reduce the laser linewidth.
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Noise-Insensitive Self-Referencing Inteferometer for Carrier-Envelope Offset Frequency
Stabilization of a Ti:sapphire Laser, Veronika
Tsatourian1,2, Helen S. Margolis1, Giuseppe Marra1,
Derryck T. Reid2, Patrick Gill1; 1Natl. Physical Lab,
UK, 2Heriot-Watt Univ., UK. A novel design of
f:2f self-referencing interferometer employing
Wollaston prisms for group-delay dispersion compensation exhibits up to 15 dB reduction in phase
noise in specific frequency bands compared to a
Michelson interferometer arrangement.
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Super-Resolution of Images Using Incoherent
Light, Yoav Shechtman1, Alexander Szameit2,
Yonina C. Eldar1, Mordechai Segev2; 1Dept. of
Electrical Engineering,Technion-Israel Inst. of
Technology, Israel, 2Dept. of Physics and Solid State
Inst., Technion-Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel.
We present a method for reconstrucing images
beyond the cutoff spatial-frequency using incoherent light. Our approach is noise-robust and
can be used for reconstructing sub-wavelength
information through measurments taken in the
optical far-field.
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Simulation, Design, and Characterization of
Electrically-Pumped VECSELs for Future Passive Modelocking, Martin Hoffmann1, Yohan
Barbarin1, Wolfgang P. Pallmann1, Deran J. H.
C. Maas1, Philipp Kreuter1, Bernd Witzigmann2,
Matthias Golling1, Thomas Südmeyer1, Ursula
Keller1; 1ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2Univ. of Kassel, Germany. An ultrafast electrically-pumped
VECSEL design requires an acceptable trade-off in
cw output power. Validating our design guidelines
and simulations 120 mW cw output power are
generated. Homogenous current injection is even
achieved for large devices.
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Evolution of Beaming Pattern in Corrugated
Mid-IR Plasmonic Structures, Sukosin Thongrattanasiri1, David Adams2, Daniel Wasserman2,
Viktor A. Podolskiy1,2; 1Oregon State Univ., USA,
2
Univ. of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA. We consider the formation of highly directional beams from
a subwavelength aperture surrounded by surface
corrugations through a high-index superstrate and
show that the beaming pattern strongly depends
on the distance to the aperture.
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Measuring and Exploiting the Transmission
Matrix in Optics, Sebastien M. Popoff, Geoffroy
Lerosey, Rémi Carminati, Mathias Fink, Albert
C. Boccara, Sylvain Gigan; Inst. Langevin, CNRS,
France. We introduce a method to measure the
transmission matrix of a complex medium. This
matrix exhibits statistical properties in good
agreement with random matrix theory and allows light focusing and imaging through the
random medium.
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Modelocked Integrated External-Cavity Surface
Emitting Laser (MIXSEL) with Output Power up
to 660 mW and Repetition Rate up to 10 GHz,
Benjamin Rudin, Valentin J. Wittwer, Deran J. H.
Maas, Yohan Barbarin, Matthias Golling, Thomas
Südmeyer, Ursula Keller; ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
We present an advanced MIXSEL, a VECSEL with
integrated saturable absorber. Improved thermal
management by substrate removal substantially increased the power. The novel antiresonant design is
growth-error tolerant, enables shorter pulses and
higher repetition rates.
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Plasmonic Solar Cells with Broadband Absorption Enhancements, Ragip Pala, Edward
Barnard, Justin White, Mark Brongersma; Geballe
Lab for Advanced Materials, Stanford Univ., USA.
A combined computational-experimental study
optimizing plasmon-enhanced absorption in thin
film solar cells is presented. We investigate the effect of different geometries where 2-dimensional
periodic-aperiodic arrays of metal nanostructures
sit above or below the active material.
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Circularly-Polarized Light Emission from
Semiconductor Planar Chiral Photonic Crystals, Kuniaki Konishi, Masahiro Nomura, Naoto
Kumagai, Satoshi Iwamoto, Yasuhiko Arakawa,
Makoto Kuwata-Gonokami; Univ. of Tokyo, Japan.
Circular anisotropy of vacuum filed modes is
induced in on-waveguide semiconductor chiral
photonic crystals. Quantum dots embedded in the
waveguide layer emit circularly polarized light with
25% of circular degree of polarization.
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Large Signal Analysis of AlGaInAs/InP Laser
Transistor, Mizuki Shirao, Nobuhiko Nishiyama,
SeungHun Lee, Shigehisa Arai; Tokyo Inst. of
Technology, Japan. A large signal analysis of a laser
transistor based on AlGaInAs/InP long wavelength
material system is carried out. Better eye diagrams
over 40-Gbps modulation speed are obtained in
laser transistors than that in laser diodes.
2.'tQN
Numerical Evidence of Exalted Nonreciprocal
Dichroic Propagation in a Waveguide Coupled
Magnetoplasmonic Chain of Ferromagnetic
Metal Stripes, Mathias Vanwolleghem, Liubov
Magdenko, Philippe Gogol, Pierre Beauvillain, Béatrice Dagens; CNRS, France. Patterning the metal
layer of a ferromagnetic metal-clad III-V waveguide into a chain of coupled magnetoplasmonic
nanostripes enhances optical non-reciprocity by
two orders. Simulations show how non-reciprocal
magnetoplasmonic chain modes couple resonantly
to the waveguide.
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Observation of Terahertz Frequency Comb by
Fiber-Based, Asynchronous-Optical-Sampling
THz-TDS, Takeshi Yasui1, Masaki Nose1, Kohji
Kawamoto1, Shuko Yokoyama1, Hajime Inaba2,
Kaoru Minoshima2, Tsutomu Araki1; 1Osaka Univ.,
Japan, 2AIST, Japan. We developed a fiber-based,
asynchronous-optical-sampling THz-TDS system
by combination of mode-locked Er-fiber lasers and
photoconductive antennas. Detail structure of the
THz comb was clearly observed with a spectral
resolution of 5.6 MHz.
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Absorption Enhancement of an Amorphous Si
Solar Cell through Localized Surface PlasmonInduced Scattering with Metal Nanoparticles,
Fu-Ji Tsai, Jyh-Yang Wang, Yean-Woei Kiang, C.
C. Yang; Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan. Absorption
enhancement of an amorphous Si solar cell is
numerically demonstrated by placing metal nanoparticles on the device top, including periodical
and non-periodical distributions, to induce localized surface plasmon for effectively generating
forward scattering.
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Spatially Chirped Pulses for High Aspect
Ratio Micromachining by Femtosecond Laser
Ablation, Dawn N. Vitek1, Daniel Adams1, Adrea
Johnson 1, David Kleinfeld 2, Sterling Backus 3,
Charles G. Durfee1, Jeff Squier1; 1Colorado School
of Mines, USA, 2Univ. of California at San Diego,
USA, 3Kapteyn-Murnane Labs, Inc., USA. We
demonstrate that spatially chirped femtosecond
laser pulses overcome previous limitations for the
machining of high-aspect ratio features with low
numerical aperture beams in optically transparent materials.
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Sound, Light and Particles in Photonic Crystal
Fibres, Philip Russell, A. Brenn, T. G. Euser, M. K.
Garbos, M. S. Kang, A. Nazarkin; Max-Planck-Inst.
for the Science of Light, Germany. Keeping light
tightly guided, over metre-long distances, in both
nanoscale solid glass cores and hollow cores allows
enhanced and highly reproducible control of linear
and nonlinear interactions between light, acoustic
vibrations and trapped particles.
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THz Time-Domain Spectrometer Based on
Asynchronous Optical Sampling with a Femtosecond Semiconductor Disk Laser, Raphael Gebs1, Peter Klopp2, Gregor Klatt1, Thomas
Dekorsy1, Uwe Griebner2, Albrecht Bartels1; 1Univ.
of Konstanz, Germany, 2Max-Born-Inst., Germany.
We combine high-speed asynchronous optical
sampling with semiconductor disk femtosecond
laser technology and realize a high-resolution THz
time-domain spectrometer without mechanical
delay. The system has great potential for size and
cost reduction of existing systems.
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Grating-Induced Surface Plasmon-Polaritons
for Enhancing Photon Absorption in Organic
Photovoltaic Devices, Yifen Liu, Jaeyoun Kim;
Iowa State Univ., USA. We present a grating electrode that launches laterally propagating surface
plasmon-polaritons along the active layers of organic photovoltaic devices. The resulting standing
wave effectively increases the device thickness and
enhances the photon absorption by 19.8%.
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Material Processing Using Ultrashort Light
Pulses with Tilted Front, Peter G. Kazansky1,
Yasuhiko Shimotsuma 2, Martynas Beresna 1,
Masaaki Sakakura2, Jianrong Qiu3, Selcuk Akturk4,
Yuri Svirko5, Kiyotaka Miura2, Kazuyuki Hirao2;
1
Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton,
UK, 2Kyoto Univ., Japan, 3Zhejiang Univ., China,
4
Istanbul Technical Univ., Turkey, 5Univ. of Joensuu, Finland. Femtosecond laser writing in glass
is controlled by the polarization plane azimuth
and intensity front tilt of light pulse. Polarization
dependent distribution of extraordinary modifications along the light propagation direction
is observed.
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Multi-Mode Continuous Wave Terahertz
Systems - Quasi Time Domain Spectroscopy,
Maik Scheller1,2, Martin Koch2; 1Inst. für Hochfrequenztechnik, Technische Univ. Braunschweig,
Germany, 2Fachbereich Physik, Philipps Univ. Marburg, Germany. We present broadband terahertz
spectroscopy systems based on continuous wave
multi-mode laser diodes. By using commercial
lasers with equidistant mode spacing we obtain
signals similar to that of conventional time domain
spectrometers.
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Inverted Polymer Solar Cells with Paired Metal
Oxide Modifications through Solution Processing, Jing-Shun Huang, Yu-Hong Lin, Chen-Yu
Chou, Guo-Dong Huang, Wei-Fang Su, Ching-Fuh
Lin; Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan. A pair of solutionprocessed metal oxides is introduced near the
electrodes to improve the inverted polymer solar
cells. With the paired metal oxides, the conversion
efficiency is notably enhanced to above 5%.
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Time-Resolved Observation of Energy Deposition in Fused Silica by Ultrashort Laser Pulses in
Single and Cumulative Regime, Cyril Mauclair1,2,
Konstantin Mishchik 1, Alexandre MermillodBlondin2, Jörn Bonse2, Arkadi Rosenfeld2, Ingolf
V. Hertel2,3, Eric Audouard1, Razvan Stoian1; 1Lab
Hubert Curien, Univ. de Lyon, France, 2Max-BornInst., Germany, 3Freie Univ. Berlin, Germany. We
present time-resolved phase-contrast microscopy
investigations of femtosecond-laser bulk-excitation of a-SiO2 for various temporal shapes with
their consequences on the energy transfer to the
lattice estimated from the absorptive electronic
cloud and the pressure wave.
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High Throughput Photoporation of Mammalian
Cells Using Microfluidic Cell Delivery, Robert F.
Marchington, Yoshihiko Arita, David J. Stevenson,
Frank J. Gunn-Moore, Kishan Dholakia; Univ. of
St. Andrews, UK. Photoporation (optical injection) of mammalian cells using a tightly focused
femtosecond laser beam is demonstrated within
a microfluidic chip, providing delivery of cells to
the beam and thus automating the system for high
cell throughput.
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Waveguide Biosensor with Integrated Photodetector Array for Tuberculosis Serology, Rongjin
Yan, N Scott Lynn, Luke C. Kingry, David S. Dandy,
Richard A. Slayden, Kevin L. Lear; Colorado State
Univ., USA. The first demonstration of a label-free
LEAC biosensor immunoassay is reported. CMOS
chips with integrated detection arrays detected
tuberculosis related antibodies and 18kDa protein
antigens. The limit of detection for thickness
change was 120 pm.
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Heralded Single Photon Partial Coherence,
P. Ben Dixon, Gregory Howland, Mehul Malik,
David J. Starling, Robert W. Boyd, Emil Wolf,
John C. Howell; Univ. of Rochester, USA. We study
partial transverse spatial coherence of localized
single photon states. We demonstrate non-local
control over its spatial coherence, which can be
used for quantum image steganography, and
provide theoretical framework from quantum
coherence theory.
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High-Power, Widely Tunable Cr2+:ZnSe Laser,
Patrick A. Berry, Kenneth Schepler; AFRL, USA.
We demonstrate high-power (4 W), widely-tunable (400 nm) polycrystalline Cr2+:ZnSe CW laser
system utilizing an astigmatically-compensated
Littrow-configuration cavity design. Using an
etalon, linewidths as low as 2 nm were achieved.
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Wide Field-of-View Lensless Imaging of
Caenorhabditis Elegans on a Chip, Serhan O.
Isikman, Ikbal Sencan, Onur Mudanyali, Waheb
Bishara, Cetin Oztoprak, Aydogan Ozcan; Univ. of
California at Los Angeles, USA. Wide field-of-view
lensfree on-chip imaging of C. Elegans samples is
demonstrated using incoherent lensless in-line
holography. Digital reconstruction of these lensless
holograms rapidly creates the C. Elegans images
over a field-of-view of >24mm2.
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Loophole-Free Bell Inequality Test via Preselected Macro-Qubit Entanglement, Magdalena
Stobinska 1,2,3, Pawel Horodecki 3,4, Ravindra
Chhajlany4.5,6, Ryszard Horodecki3,4; 1ErlangenNürnberg Univ., Germany, 2Max-Planck-Inst. for
the Science of Light, Germany, 3Univ. of Gdańsk,
Poland, 4Natl. Quantum Information Ctr. of
Gdańsk, Poland, 5Gdańsk Univ. of Technology, Poland, 6Adam Mickiewicz Univ., Poland. We present
optical macro-entanglement beamsplitter-based
preselection as a tool for loophole-free Bell test.
Applied to experimentally feasible macro-qubits
removes inefficiency of detection and dark
counts. It constitutes novel polarization entanglement type.
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Efficient Cryo-Cooled 2.7-μm Er3+-Doped Y2O3
Ceramic Laser Diode-Pumped at 974 nm, Tigran
Sanamyan, Jed F. Simmons, Mark Dubinskii; US
ARL, USA. Reported here is the first cryogenicallycooled diode-pumped performance of Er3+:Y2O3
laser based on 4I11/2 œ 4I13/2 transitions. Pumplimited CW power of over 1.6 W at ~2.7 μm was
achieved with the 27.5% slope efficiency.
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Development of a Quantum Cascade LaserBased Sensor for Non-Invasive CO2 Monitoring,
Anna P. M. Michel1, Tina P. Chen1, Tiffany S. Ko2,
Nevin V. Raj3, Meyeneobong E. Inyang1, Bryan T.
Bosworth4, Matthew D. Escarra1, Claire F. Gmachl1;
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Princeton Univ., USA, 2MIT Lincoln Lab, USA,
3
Harvard Univ., USA, 4Albert-Ludwigs-Univ.,
Germany. A novel device is proposed for the noninvasive measurement of CO2 utilizing reflectance
of the skin surface by a mid-infrared quantum
cascade laser. We demonstrate CO2 detection in a
polymer at levels of biological importance.
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Increased Field of View via Nonlinear Digital
Holography, Christopher Barsi, Jason W. Fleischer; Princeton Univ., USA. All imaging systems
have limitations to their field of view. Here, we
experimentally demonstrate that wave mixing
due to spatial nonlinearity can increase this
parameter.
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Dynamics of an Erbium Mid-IR Laser, Steven R.
Bowman, Nicholas J. Condon, Shawn O’Connor;
NRL, USA. A room temperature 4.5μm laser
is reported in Er:KPb2Cl5 crystals using 0.8μm
diode excitation. Long fluorescent lifetimes lead
to important ETU and ESA processes. The impact
of these excitation channels on laser performance
is assessed.
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Ultrafast Pulse Shaping and Applications,
Andrew Weiner; Purdue Univ., USA. Programmable optical pulse shaping, allowing generation
of nearly arbitrarily shaped ultrafast optical
waveforms, is reviewed. After outlining the fundamentals, new directions in pulse shaping and
selected applications are discussed.
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LO-Phonon Scattering of Cavity Polaritons in
an Electroluminescent Device, Aymeric Delteil1,
Angela Vasanelli1, David Barate1,2, Pierre Jouy1, Jan
Devenson2, Roland Teissier2, Alexei Baranov2, Carlo
Sirtori1; 1MPQ Univ. Paris Diderot, France, 2IES,
Inst. d’Electronique du Sud, Univ. de Montpellier,
France. Emission of longitudinal optical phonons
between the upper and the lower polariton
branches has been observed in an intersubband
electroluminescent device, operating in the strong
coupling regime.
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Photo Darkening of Ytterbium Fiber Lasers
and Amplifiers, Kent E. Mattsson; Crystal Fibre,
Denmark. Photo darkening (PD) of ytterbium
co-doped silica fibers in lasers and amplifiers is
experimentally investigated and a numeric model
for PD is proposed. Relaxation to well-defined
equilibrium state of core PD is observed.
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A 12.5 GHz-Spaced Optical Frequency Comb
Spanning >400 nm for Astronomical Spectrograph Calibration, Franklyn J. Quinlan1, Gabe
Ycas1,2, Steve Osterman3, Scott Diddams1; 1NIST,
USA, 2 Physics Dept., Univ. of Colorado, USA, 3
Ctr. for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy, Univ.
of Colorado, USA. A 12.5 GHz-spaced optical
frequency comb spanning 1380 nm to 1820 nm is
generated via filtering and nonlinearly broadening
a 250 MHz-spaced comb. Sidemode suppression
from 1380 nm to 1630 nm has been measured.
Andrew Weiner, the Scifres Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at
Purdue University, is especially well known for
his pioneering work in the field of femtosecond
pulse shaping. Prof. Weiner is a Fellow of both
OSA and IEEE, is a member of the U.S. National
Academy of Engineering, and has won numerous
awards for his research. In 2009 he was selected
by the Department of Defense as a National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellow.
Prof. Weiner is author of over 230 journal articles
and 400 conference papers as well as the recently
published textbook Ultrafast Optics.
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Highly Efficient Electrically Driven Quantum
Dot Micropillar Single Photon Sources, Stephan
Reitzenstein, Tobias Heindel, Christian Schneider,
Matthias Lermer, Sven Hofling, Lukas Worschech,
Alfred Forchel; Technische Physik, Univ. Würzburg,
Germany. We report on highly efficient electrically
pumped quantum dot-micropillar single photon
sources. The triggered sources show record high
efficiency (34%) and single photon emission
rates of up to 35 MHz under pulsed electrical
excitation.
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Tunable Blue Astro-Comb, Guoqing Chang1,
Andrew J. Benedick1, Jonathan R. Birge1, Alexander
Glenday2, Chi-Hao Li2, David F. Phillips2, Ronald
L. Walsworth2, Franz X. Kärtner1; 1MIT, USA,
2
Harvard-Smithsonian Ctr. for Astrophysics, USA.
We developed a tunable, visible frequency comb
near 420nm with 22GHz mode spacing and 20nm
spectral width, which is able to calibrate astronomical spectrographs to search Earth-like exoplanets
orbiting around stars similar to the Sun.
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Top-Down Fabricated Hybrid DiamondPlasmon Nanoparticles, Birgit J. M. Hausmann1,
Irfan Bulu1, Tom Babinec1, Mughees Khan1, Phil R.
Hemmer2, Marko Loncar1; 1Harvard Univ., USA,
2
Texas A&M Univ., USA. We theoretically describe a hybrid diamond-plasmon particle device
containing individual NV centers for QIP and
quantum cryptography applications. Fabrication
includes using E-beam lithography, ICP RIE and
E-beam evaporation to define diamond nanoparticles embedded in gold.
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Kilowatt-Level Peak Power Monolithic Fiber
Amplifier for Single-Mode, Narrow Linewidth
100 ns Pulses, Wei Shi1, Eliot B. Peterse1,2, Dan T.
Nguyen1, Jie Zong1, Zhidong Yao1, Mark A. Stephen3,
Arturo Chavez-Pirson1, Nasser Peyghambarian1;
1
NP Photonics, Inc., USA, 2Univ. of Arizona, USA,
3
NASA-GSFC, USA. We have achieved a peak
power of 1.2 kW for 105 ns pulses at 1530nm with
transform-limited linewidth by using a singlemode 25μm-core phosphate fiber in the power
amplifier stage of a monolithic MOPA system.
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High Precision Calibration of Spectrographs
in Astronomy, Tobias Wilken 1, Theodor W.
Haensch1, Thomas Udem1, Tilo Steinmetz1,2, Ronald Holzwarth1,2, Antonio Manescau3, Gaspare Lo
Curto3, Luca Pasquini3, Christophe Lovis4; 1MaxPlanck-Inst. of Quantum Optics, Germany, 2Menlosystems GmbH, Germany, 3European Southern
Observatory, Germany, 4Observatoire de l’Univ.
de Genève, Switzerland. An Yb-fiber frequency
comb was developed and employed to calibrate
an astronomical spectrograph. The repeatability
was photon noise limited at 300kHz. Absolute
accuracy was improved by a factor of 20 compared
to traditional calibration sources.
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Fiber-Coupled Waveguides for Strong Resonant Interactions with Single Semiconductor
Quantum Dots, Marcelo I. Davanco1, Matthew
T. Rakher1, Antonio Badolato2, Kartik Srinivasan1;
1
NIST, USA, 2Univ. of Rochester, USA. We investigate fiber-coupled waveguides engineered for
efficient interaction with single semiconductor
quantum dots, with calculated fluorescence collection 70% and 15dB transmission contrast upon
resonant excitation. Characterization of passive
waveguides and preliminary photoluminescence
measurements are presented.
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Zero-Dispersion Wavelength Decreasing Tellurite Microstructured Fiber for Wide and
Flattened Supercontinuum Generation, Guanshi
Qin, Yasutake Ohishi; Optical Functional Materials
Lab, Japan. We demonstrate wide and flattened
supercontinuum generation in zero-dispersion
wavelength decreasing tellurite microstructured
fibers fabricated by using the tapering method.
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Broadband Astro-Combs and the Impact of
Nonlinear Spectral Broadening on Sidemode
Suppression, Guoqing Chang1, Chi-Hao Li 2,
David F. Phillips2, Ronald L. Walsworth2, Franz X.
Kärtner1; 1MIT, USA, 2Harvard-Smithsonian Ctr.
for Astrophysics, USA. We propose and analyze an
approach to generating broadband astro-combs
with 1 cm/s (~10 kHz) calibration accuracy on
astrophysical spectrographs. Implementation
of these astro-combs requires a side-mode suppression of 60 dB before nonlinear spectral
broadening.
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Band Gaps in Amorphous Photonic Lattices,
Mikael Rechtsman1, Alexander Szameit2, Felix
Dreisow3, Matthias Heinrich3, Robert Keil3, Stefan
Nolte3, Mordechai Segev2; 1Courant Inst. of Mathematical Sciences, New York Univ., USA, 2Physics
Dept. and Solid State Inst., Technion-Israel Inst.
of Technology, Israel, 3Inst. of Applied Physics,
Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany. We present,
theoretically and experimentally, amorphous photonic lattices exhibiting a band gap and negative
effective mass, without Bragg diffraction. Bands
are Anderson states, but defect states residing in
the gap are always more localized.
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Reconfigurable, Multi-Section Quantum Dot
Mode-Locked Lasers, Luke F. Lester, C.-y. Lin,
Y. Li, J. H. Kim, C. G. Christodoulou; Univ. of New
Mexico, USA. The optical characterization and
applications of quantum dot mode-locked lasers
constructed using a reconfigurable, unit-cell approach are discussed including diverse waveform
generation, optical to RF signal conversion, and
optimal laser layout design.
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Effects of Nanodots on Surface Plasmons and
Electric Field Enhancement in Nano-Pillar
Antenna Array, Jonathan Hu, Wen-Di Li, Fei
Ding, Stephen Y. Chou; Princeton Univ., USA. We
study effects of nanodots on surface plasmons and
field enhancement in nano-pillar antenna array.
The NPA’s nanodots have slight effect on surface
plasmon resonance wavelength, but increase field
enhancement by two orders of magnitude.
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Threshold Lasing Modes of a Random Laser:
From the Localised to the Ballistic Regime,
Ara A. Asatryan1, Lindsay C. Botten1, Michael
A. Byrne1, Patrick Sebbah2, Christian Vanneste2,
Laurent Labonte2, Hui Cao3; 1Univ. of Technology,
Sydney, Australia, 2Univ. of Nice, France, 3Yale Univ.,
USA. We use the rigorous multipole method to calculate lasing and quasi-bound states from localised
to diffusive regimes and show these coincide in the
former regime but differ in the latter.
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GaAs/AlGaAs Colliding Pulse Mode-Locked
Lasers with Non-Absorbing Mirrors, Giuseppe
Tandoi1, Charles N. Ironside1, A. Catrina Bryce1,
Stewart D. McDougall2; 1Univ. of Glasgow, UK, 2Intense Ltd, UK. We use quantum well intermixing to
monolithically integrate non-absorbing mirrors in
3.7mm long GaAs/AlGaAs colliding-pulse modelocked lasers and improve their output power by
40% by increasing the threshold for catastrophic
optical mirror damage.
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Spatial Photon Correlations in Multiple Scattering Media, Stephan Smolka1, Otto Muskens2,
Ad Lagendijk3, Peter Lodahl1; 1Dept. of Photonics
Engineering, DTU Fotonik, Denmark, 2School of
Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of Southampton,
United Kingdom, 3Ctr. for Nanophotonics, FOMInst. AMOLF, Netherlands. We present the first
angle-resolved measurements of spatial photon
correlations that are induced by multiple scattering
of light. The correlation relates multiple scattered
photons at different spatial positions and depends
on incident photon fluctuations.
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Monolithic 40 GHz Passively Mode Locked
AlGaInAs/InP 1.55 μm MQW Laser with
Surface-Etched Bragg Gratings, Lianping Hou1,
Moss Haji1, Rafal Dylewicz1, Piotr Stolarz1, Anthony
kelly1, John Arnold1, John Marsh1, Richard De la
Rue1, Marc Sorel1, Catrina Bryce1, Bocang Qiu2;
1
Univ. of Glasgow, UK, 2Intense Ltd., UK. We fabricated 40 GHz passively mode-locked AlGaInAs/
InP 1.55 μm lasers integrated with surface-etched
distributed Bragg mirrors. Numerically optimized
gratings provide low loss and accurate wavelength
control. The lasers produce 10-ps Gaussian-pulses
with TBP of 0.75.
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Imaging the 3-D Scattering Pattern of Plasmonic
Nanoantennas by Heterodyne Numerical Holography, Sarah Y. Suck1, Stéphane Collin2, Nathalie
Bardou2, Yannick De Wilde1, Gilles Tessier1; 1Inst.
Langevin, Lab d’Optique, CNRS, France, 2Lab de
Photonique et de Nanostructures, CNRS, France.
Optical nanoantennas are studied by full field
heterodyne numerical holography in total internal
reflection. After a spectroscopic characterization, the 3-D scattering pattern of gold nanodisc
chains was measured for wavelengths in and out
of resonance.
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Lithographically Fabricated Optical Antennas
with Sub-10nm Gaps Formed by a Sacrifical
Layer, Wenqi Zhu, Mohamad G. Banaee, Kenneth
B. Crozier; Harvard Univ., USA. We lithographically fabricate arrays of optical antennas with
~6nm gaps. The enhancement factor from
surface-enhanced Raman scattering measurement is ~5 times larger than the same structure
with ~18nm gaps.
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Asif Khan; Univ. of South
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THz Generation from Monoclinic Centrosymmetric GaTe Crystals Pumped across Bandgap
Due to Carrier Unidirectional Diffusion, Guibao
Xu1, Guan Sun1, Yujie J. Ding1, Ioulia B. Zotova2,
Krishna C. Mandal3, Alket Mertiri3, Gary Pabst3,
Nils Fernelius4; 1Lehigh Univ., USA, 2ArkLight,
USA, 3EIC Labs, Inc., USA, 4AFRL, USA. We have
observed unique polarization and azimuth-angle
characteristics of THz waves, generated from
anisotropic monoclinic GaTe when pump photon
energy is below and above its bandgap, due to
carrier unidirectional diffusion.
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Efficiency Droop in GaInN Solid-State Lighting
Devices, E. Fred Schubert, Martin F. Schubert;
Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., USA. The efficiency
droop in GaInN light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is
an impediment for the introduction of solid-state
lighting technology. The origin of the droop will
be discussed along with measures that mitigate
the droop.
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Micro- and Nano- Scale System Manufacturing
Using Ultrafast Lasers, Yves Bellouard; Technische Univ. Eindhoven, Netherlands. Low-energy
femtosecond laser pulses can be used to introduce
various functionalities in fused silica that can be
combined or distributed to form integrated microand nano-scale systems suitable for optofluidics
and optomechanics applications.
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Light Takes Shape for Biophotonics: New Directions in Trapping and Cell Transfection, Kishan
Dholakia; Univ. of St. Andrews, UK. We describe
applications of optically sculpting the incident field
for applications in optical trapping and controlled
cell transfection.
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Evidence of Constructive Interference of THz
Waves Emitted by Randomly-Distributed InN
Nanoantennas, Guibao Xu1, Guan Sun1, Yujie
J. Ding1, Ioulia B. Zotova2, Muhammad Jamil3,
Ian T. Ferguson3; 1Lehigh Univ., USA, 2ArkLight,
USA, 3Georgia Tech, USA. We demonstrate that
THz radiation beams generated by an array of
the randomly-distributed InN nanopyramids can
be used to enhance the THz output power by two
orders of magnitude due to strong constructive
interference.
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Investigation of Efficiency Droop in Blue InGaN/GaN Light-Emitting Diodes with Different
Well Widths, Chao-Hsun Wang, Ching-Hua Chiu,
Jun-Rong Chen, Hao-Chung Kuo, Tien-Chang Lu,
Shing-Chung Wang; Dept. of Photonic and Inst.
of Electro-Optical Engineering, Natl. Chiao Tung
Univ., Taiwan. Temperature-dependent electroluminescence efficiency of blue light-emitting
diodes with different well widths is investigated.
The efficiency droop phenomenon for LEDs
at low temperature is dependent with electron
overflow and non-uniform hole distribution
within MQW region.
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Single-Sweep Production of Complex 3-D-Waveguide Devices Produced by Adaptive Femtosecond Laser Writing, Matthias Pospiech1, Moritz
Emons1, Benjamin Väckenstedt1, Uwe Morgner1,2;
1
Inst. of Quantum Optics, Leibniz Univ. Hannover,
Germany, 2Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Germany.
We report on the simultaneous creation of multiple
waveguides in different depths in fused silica. A
combination of beam shaping with femtosecond
laser writing is used to write two waveguides with
changing separation and depth.
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Design and Experimental Demonstration of
Optical Resonators for Nanotweezing, Xavier
Serey1, Sudeep Mandal1, David Erickson2; 1School
of Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell Univ.,
USA, 2Sibey School of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering, Cornell Univ., USA. Resonant silicon
photonics has recently enabled the direct optical
tweezing of nano-objects on chip. Here we present
a comprehensive evaluation of different resonator
designs and demonstrate one with a stiffness of
22.3 pN nm-1 W-1.
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Terahertz Emission of Magnesium Doped
Indium Nitride, Yi-Jou Yeh1, Hyeyoung Ahn1,
Yu-Liang Hong2, Shangjr Gwo2; 1Dept. of Photonics and Inst. of Electro-Optical Engineering, Natl.
Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan, 2Dept. of Physics, Natl.
Tsing-Hua Univ., Taiwan. Significant THz power
enhancement and polarity reversal were observed
from Mg-doped InN. The carrier concentrationdependent THz polarity-reversal reflects the
interplay between surface-electric-field and photoDember field for THz emission from InN:Mg.
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Reduction of the Efficiency Droop Effect of a
Light-Emitting Diode through Surface Plasmon
Coupling, Chih-Feng Lu, Che-Hao Liao, Chih-Yen
Chen, Chieh Hsieh, C. C. Yang; Natl. Taiwan Univ.,
Taiwan. The efficiency droop effect of a lightemitting diode is significantly reduced through the
coherent coupling of its emitting quantum wells
with the surface plasmons generated on the fabricated Ag structure on the device top surface.
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Sub Micron fs Inscribed Volume Bragg Gratings
in Fused Silica, Daniel Richter, Christian Voigtländer, Jens Thomas, Stefan Nolte, Andreas Tünnermann; Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany.
We present femtosecond induced volume Bragg
gratings (VBGs) using a phase mask technique. For
the first time we could realize reflecting VBGs in
fused silica with a high period stability and periods
down to 537.5nm.
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An Integrated Single Cell Optofluidic Platform
Based on Phototransistor Optoelectronic
Tweezers, Arash Jamshidi, Justin K. Valley,
Wilbur Lam, Hsan-Yin Hsu, Tiffany Dai, Sharmin
Shekarchian, Steven L. Neale, Shao Ning Pei, Ming
C. Wu; Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA. We
present a novel single cell manipulation platform
based on phototransistor optoelectronic tweezers.
This new platform integrates the functionalities
of phOET for parallel cell manipulation in highly
conductive culture media with a commercial
microfluidic device.
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Intense Terahertz Generation Based on the
Photo-Dember Effect, Gregor Klatt1, Florian
Hilser1, Wenchao Qiao1, Raphael Gebs1, Albrecht
Bartels1, Klaus Huska2, Uli Lemmer2, Georg Bastian3, Michael B. Johnston4, Milan Fischer5, Jérôme
Faist 5, Thomas Dekorsy 1; 1Univ. of Konstanz,
Germany, 2Univ. Karlsruhe, Germany, 3Univ. of
Applied Sciences Trier, Germany, 4Univ. of Oxford,
UK, 5ETH Zürich, Switzerland. We demonstrate a
new scheme for generating THz radiation based
on the photo-Dember effect in lateral geometry.
By micro-structuring a semiconductor surface
we achieve strongly enhanced THz emission
comparable to high-efficiency externally biased
photoconductive emitters.
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Optical Spectroscopy for the Diagnosis of Cancer, Urs Utzinger; Univ. of Arizona, USA. Abstract
not available.
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Simultaneous Spectral Broadening and Amplification of a Laser Pulse in a Glass Plate, Jun
Liu1,2, Takayoshi Kobayashi1,2,3,4; 1Univ. of ElectroCommunications, Japan, 2JST, ICORP, Ultrashort
Pulse Laser Project, Japan, 3Natl. Chiao Tung Univ.,
Taiwan, 4Osaka Univ., Japan. We demonstrated a
novel method of simultaneous spectral broadening and amplification of a laser pulse in a glass
plate. A proof-of-principle experiment improved
both the spectrum and the energy by a factor of
about three.
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Modelocking of a Diode-Laser-Pumped
Ti:Sapphire Laser, Peter W. Roth, Alexander
J. Maclean, David Burns, Alan J. Kemp; Inst. of
Photonics, Univ. of Strathclyde, UK. Modelocking
of a directly diode-laser-pumped Ti:sapphire laser
is demonstrated. Near transform-limited pulses of
116fs duration are measured for an output power
of 9mW under pumping at 452nm with a 1W
gallium nitride diode laser.
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Supercontinuum Generation in an Integrated
High-Index Glass Spiral Waveguide, David
Duchesne1, Marco Peccianti1,2, Michael R. E. Lamont3, Marcello Ferrera1, Luca Razzari1,4, François
Légaré1, Roberto Morandotti1, Sai T. Chu5, Brent
E. Little5, David J. Moss3; 1INRS-EMT, Canada,
2
Res. Ctr. SOFT INFM-CNR, “Sapienza” Univ.,
Italy, 3CUDOS, Univ. of Sydney, Australia, 4Dept.
di Elettronica, Univ. di Pavia, Italy, 5Infinera Corp.,
USA. A supercontinuum spectrum of more than
300nm is obtained at 1550nm and 1290nm using
doped-silica glass, 45cm long, integrated spiral
waveguides. Different dynamics near two distinct
zero dispersion wavelengths are observed and
explained theoretically.
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Generation of Sub-150-fs, 100 nJ Pulses from a
Low-Cost Cavity-Dumped Cr:LiSAF Laser, Umit
Demirbas, Kyung-Han Hong, James G. Fujimoto,
Alphan Sennaroglu, Franz X. Kärtner; MIT, USA.
We report a low-cost, cavity dumped Cr:LiSAF
laser, generating 135-fs pulses at 825 nm, with 105
nJ pulse energies and ~0.78 MW of peak power at
10 kHz, using only 600 mW of pump power.
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Multimodal Optical Coherence Tomography
and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging System for
Simultaneous Anatomical and Biochemical
Imaging of Biological Tissue, Sebina Shresta,
Jesung Park, Paritosh Pande, Fred Clubb, Brian E.
Applegate, Javier A. Jo; Texas A&M Univ., USA. We
have developed a multimodal optical system for simultaneous optical coherence tomography (OCT)
and fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy
(FLIM) imaging, and demonstrate its capability
for high-speed co-registered micro-anatomical
and biochemical tissue imaging.
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Mid-Infrared Supercontinuum Generation in
Lead-Bismuth-Gallium Oxide Glass Photonic
Crystal Fiber, Nicolas Ducros1, Alexis Labruyère1,
Sébastien Février1, Franck Morin2, Frédéric Druon2,
Marc Hanna2, Patrick Georges2, Ryszard Buczynski3,
Dariusz Pysz4, Ryszard Stepien4; 1Xlim, Univ. of
Limoges, France, 2Lab Charles Fabry de l’Inst.
d’Optique, Univ. Paris-Sud, France, 3Faculty of
Physics, Univ. of Warsaw, Poland, 4Inst. of Electronic
Materials Technology, Poland. Supercontinuum
generation from visible up to 2.8 µm is demonstrated in a highly nonlinear heavy metal oxide
glass photonic crystal fiber. Numerical modelling
shows that the supercontinuum may be extended
to 4 µm.
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Nd:GdVO4 Laser Passively Mode-Locked by
Cascaded Nonlinearity in Periodically-Poled
Lithium Tantalate, Hristo Iliev1, Dimitar Popmintchev1, Ivan Buchvarov1, Sunao Kurimura2, Uwe
Griebner3, Valentin Petrov3; 1Sofia Univ., Bulgaria,
2
Natl. Inst. for Materials Science, Japan, 3Max-BornInst., Germany. PPMgSLT is used for mode-locking
of a diode-pumped Nd:GdVO4 laser by intracavity
SHG. Stable and self-starting operation is observed
achieving output powers of up to 4.7 W and pulse
durations as short as 3.2 ps.
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Phase-Sensitive Motility Contrast Imaging of
Tumor Response to Drugs, Kwan Jeong1, David
D. Nolte2, John Turek2; 1Korean Military Acad.,
Republic of Korea, 2Purdue Univ., USA. We introduce phase-sensitive motility contrast imaging and
present high-contrast time-course measurements
of cytoskeletal anticancer drug effects on dynamic
motion inside tumor spheroids obtained by digital
holographic optical coherence imaging.
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Two-Octave Supercontinuum Generation in a
Liquid-Core Photonic Crystal Fiber, Jens Bethge1, Anton Husakou1, Fedor Mitschke2, Frank Noack1, Uwe Griebner1, Günter Steinmeyer2, Joachim
Herrmann1; 1Max-Born-Inst. für Nichtlineare Optik
und Kurzzeitspektroskpie, Germany, 2Univ. Rostock,
Germany. We observe the generation of supercontinua from a hollow-core photonic crystal fiber
filled with water. The observed supercontinuum
spans the spectral range from 410 to 1650 nm and
has a high energy of 0.4 µJ.
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Diode-Pumped Mode-Locked Nd 3+-Doped
Ba(Zr,Mg,Ta)O3 Ceramic Laser, Hiroaki Kurokawa1, Masaki Tokurakawa1, Akira Shirakawa1,
Ken-ichi Ueda1, Alexander A. Kaminskii2, Satoshi
Kuretake 3, Nobuhiko Tanaka 3, Yuji Kintaka 3,
Keisuke Kageyama3; 1Inst. for Laser Science, Univ.
of Electro-Communications, Japan, 2Inst. of Crystallography, Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian
Federation, 3Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
Japan. Nd3+-doped Ba(Zr,Mg,Ta)O3 ceramic laser
is reported. The broadband fluorescence profile
can be tailored by the “disordered” perovskite
structure and is suitable for ultrashort pulse lasers.
Mode-locked laser operation was demonstrated
for the first time.
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Line-by-Line Control towards 10-THz Repetition Rate Arbitrary Optical Waveform Generation, Kanaka Raju Pandiri1, Takayuki Suzuki1,
Akira Suda2, Katsumi Midorikawa2, Masayuki
Katsuragawa1; 1Univ. of Electro-Communications,
Japan, 2RIKEN Advanced Science Inst., Japan.
We report the line-by-line control of 10-THz
frequency spacing Raman sidebands produced
through an adiabatic Raman process. We finely
control the spectral phase of the sidebands to the
target flat-relative-spectral phase.
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Highly Anisotropic Decay Rate of Single Quantum Dots in Photonic Crystal Membranes, Qin
Wang1, Søren Stobbe1, Henri Thyrrestrup1, Holger
Hofmann2, Martin Kamp2, Benedikt Friess2, Lukas
Worschech2, Thomas Schlereth2, Sven Höfling2,
Peter Lodahl1; 1 Dept. of Photonics Engineering,
DTU Fotonik, Denmark, 2Technische Physik, Univ.
Würzburg, Germany. We measured the variation of
spontaneous emission rates with polarization for
self-assembled single quantum-dots in photonic
crystal membranes, and obtained a maximum
anisotropy factor of 6 between decay rates of the
two nondegenerate bright states.
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An All-Fiber Optical Faraday Mirror, Lei Sun1,2,
Shibin Jiang3, John Marciante1,2; 1Inst. of Optics,
Univ. of Rochester, USA, 2Lab for Laser Energetics, Univ. of Rochester, USA, 3AdValue Photonics
Inc., USA. An all-fiber optical Faraday mirror is
demonstrated. It consists of a fiber Faraday rotator
(56-wt% terbium-doped fiber) and a fiber Bragg
grating. The polarization state of the reflected light
is rotated 89°±2°.
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CMOS-Compatible Microresonator-Based Optical Frequency Comb, Mark A. Foster, Jacob S.
Levy, Onur Kuzucu, Kasturi Saha, Michal Lipson,
Alexander L. Gaeta; Cornell Univ., USA. We generate optical frequency combs spanning 75 THz with
a 204-GHz spacing using parametric oscillation in
an integrated silicon-nitride microring resonator.
The comb spacing is uniform to better than 5.2×1011
relative to the optical frequency.
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Direct Temporal Shaping of High Energy Picosecond UV Pulses with a UV AOPDF Device,
Alexandre Trisorio, Clemens Ruchert, Christoph
Hauri; Paul Scherrer Inst., Switzerland. We demonstrate arbitrary shaped UV picosecond pulses with
energies up to 50 μJ at 272 nm. Temporal shaping
is performed by a UV AOPDF allowing direct
amplitude and spectral phase control.
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InGaAs QW Nanopillar Light Emitting Diodes
Monolithically Grown on a Si Substrate, Linus
C. Chuang, Roger Chen, Forrest G. Sedgwick, Wai
Son Ko, Kar Wei Ng, Thai-Truong D. Tran, Connie
Chang-Hasnain; Dept. of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Sciences, Univ. of California at Berkeley,
USA. Room-temperature operation of InGaAs/
GaAs QW nanopillar light emitting diodes
grown on a (111) Si substrate by low temperature
MOCVD (400C) and fabricated using conventional lithography and processing techniques are
reported for the first time.
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Photodarkening and Photobleaching of YbDoped Fibers by Laser Diodes, Noriyuki Inoue,
Akira Shirakawa, Ken-ichi Ueda; Inst. for Laser
Science, Univ. of Electro-Communications, Japan.
Photodarkening and photobleaching of Ybdoped germanosilicate and aluminosilicate fibers
have been studied. We show violet laser diodes
(407nm) can efficiently bleach photodarkening
even with low-intensity cladding-irradiation.
Coirradiation of pumping and bleaching lights
was also investigated.
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Octave-Spanning Tunable Frequency Combs
on a Chip, Pascal Del’Haye 1, Tobias Herr 1,
Emanuel Gavartin2, Ronald Holzwarth1, Tobias
J. Kippenberg1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. of Quantum
Optics, Germany, 2École Polytechnique Fédérale
de Lausanne, Switzerland. We demonstrate direct
full-octave spanning frequency comb generation
via four-wave mixing in continuous wave laser
pumped microresonators for the first time. The
generated comb lines are fully tunable over more
than one free spectral range.
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Ultrabroadband Pulse Shaping with Double Side
Deformable Mirror, Stefano Bonora1,2, Daniele
Brida2, Paolo Villoresi1, Giulio Cerullo2; 1Univ.
of Padova, Italy, 2Politecnico di Milano, Italy. We
achieved ultrabroadband pulse shaping by use of
a novel designed electrostatic deformable mirror
based on push-pull technology. We demonstrated
multi-pulse formation with programmable delay
and sub-pulse length of 20 fs at 1.3µm.
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Fiber-Based Spectroscopy of 1.55 $\mu$m PbS
Quantum Dots Coupled to Si Microcavities,
Matthew T. Rakher1, Ranojoy Bose2, Chee Wei
Wong2, Kartik Srinivasan1; 1Ctr. for Nanoscale
Science and Technology, NIST, USA, 2Optical
Nanostructures Lab, Ctr. for Integrated Science
and Engineering, Solid-State Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, Columbia
Univ., USA. We use a fiber-taper waveguide to
measure the transmission, photoluminescence,
photodarkening, and lifetime from a low density
of near-infrared PbS quantum dots integrated
with silicon photonic crystal cavities, microdisks,
and the taper itself.
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Demonstration of Semiconductor Laser Tracking Frequency Distance Gauge, James D. Phillips,
Eugeniu M. Popescu, Robert D. Reasenberg, Emanuele Rocco, Rajesh Thapa; Smithsonian Astrophysical
Observatory, USA. We present results from the
Semiconductor-Laser Tracking Frequency distance Gauge having Allan deviation of 5 pm. The
simple and rugged SL-TFG will achieve sub-pm accuracy. It is required for space-based astronomical
instruments and gravitational experiments.
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Controlling Anderson Localization in Disordered Photonic Crystal Waveguides, Stephan
Smolka, Pedro D. Garcia, Søren Stobbe, Peter Lodahl; Dept. of Photonics Engineering, DTU Fotonik,
Denmark. We prove Anderson localization in the
slow-light regime of a photonic crystal waveguide
by measuring the ensemble-averaged localization
length which is controlled by the dispersion of the
disordered photonic crystal waveguide.
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Generation of Microwave Signal in a ModeLocked InAs/InP Based Quantum Dash Laser
with CW Optical Injection, Ehsan Sooudi1,2,
Harendra N. J. Fernando1, Stephen P. Hegarty2,3,
Guillaume Huyet2,3, John G. McInerney1,2, François
Lelarge4, Kamel Merghem5, Anthony Martinez5,
Abderrahim Ramdane5; 1Optoelectronics Group,
Physics Dept., Univ. College Cork, Ireland, 2Tyndall Natl. Inst., Ireland, 3Cork Inst. of Technology,
Ireland, 4Alcatel-Thales III-V Lab, a Joint Lab
of Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs and Thales Res. &
Technology, France, 5CNRS Lab for Photonics and
Nanostructures, France. We report microwave
oscillation in CW optically injected InAs/InP
quantum dash lasers emitting at 1.56 μm, at twice
the lasers’ self-mode-locked frequency. Narrow
linewidths (≈140 kHz) with >200 MHz locking
range has been observed.
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Manipulating Nano-Scale Light Fields with the
Asymmetric Bowtie Nano-Colorsorter, P James
Schuck1, Zhaoyu Zhang1,2, Alex Weber-Bargioni1,
Shiwei Wu1, Scott Dhuey1, Stefano Cabrini1; 1Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berekely Natl. Lab, USA,
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Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of California at Berkeley,
USA. We present a class of devices called Asymmetric Bowtie nano-Colorsorters. These devices
have specifically engineered symmetries enabling
them to capture, confine, spectrally filter and
steer optical fields while maintaining nanoscale
field distributions.
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Photonic Band-Gap Evolution from Polycrystalline to Amorphous Photonic Structures, Jin Kyu
Yang, Heeso Noh, Seng Fatt Liew, Carl Schreck,
Corey S. O’Hern, Hui Cao; Yale Univ., USA. We map
out a transition from polycrystalline to amorphous
photonic structures with decreasing short-range
order. The photonic band gap decreases once the
individual domains of ordered structure become
too small for the gap formation.
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Stabilization of Quantum-Dot Mode-Locked
Lasers via Optical Injection, Tatiana Habruseva1, Natalia Rebrova1, Tomasz Piwonski1, Jaroslaw
Pulka1, Stephen P. Hegarty1, Douglas A. Reid2,
Liam P. Barry2, Guillaume Huyet1; 1Tyndall Natl.
Inst., Ireland, 2RINCE, Dublin City Univ., Ireland.
Waveform instability is theoretically found in
quantum-dot mode-locked laser simulations
using experimentally obtained device dynamical
parameters. Stabilization via optical injection is
numerically and experimentally shown.
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3-D Optical Yagi-Uda Nanoantenna Array,
Daniel Dregely, Richard Taubert, Harald Giessen;
Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany. We fabricated threedimensional arrays of optical Yagi-Uda nanoantennas. Due to the high directivity of the array
structure the incoming light is received efficiently
at the resonant wavelength in the near-infrared
(around 1.3 µm).
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Symmetry-Breaking of Bound States in the
Continuum, Yonatan Plotnik, Or Peleg, Alex
szameit, Nimrod Moiseyev, Moti Segev; TechnionIsrael Inst. of Technology, Israel. We present the
first experimental observation of bound states
in the continuum in optics, and how the bound
state transforms into a leaky mode as symmetry
is reduced.
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Ultra-Low RF Linewidth in a Quantum Dot
Mode-Locked Laser Under External Optical
Feedback Stabilization, Chang-Yi Lin1, Frederic Grillot1,2,3, Nader A. Naderi1, Yan Li1, Luke
F. Lester1; 1Ctr. for High Technology Materials,
Univ. of New Mexico, USA, 2CNRS FOTON-INSA,
France, 3CNRS FOTON-ENSSAT, France. The
effect of external optical feedback on quantum
dot two-section passively mode-locked lasers is
investigated. The RF linewidth narrows down from
8 KHz in the free-running situation to a very low
value of 350 Hz.
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Ultra-Sensitive Infrared Spectroscopy of Proteins with Collective Excitations of Nanoplasmonic Arrays, Ronen Adato1, Ahmet A. Yanik1,
Jason J. Amsden2, David L. Kaplan2, Fiorenzo G.
Omenetto2, Mi K. Hong1, Shyamsunder Erramilli1,
Hatice Altug1; 1Boston Univ., USA, 2Tufts Univ.,
USA. Short interaction lengths limit the application of infrared absorption spectroscopy to the
study monolayer thickness films. We employ
periodic infrared antenna arrays to obtain 104-105
enhancement of protein absorption signals corresponding to zepto-mole sensitivity.
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Generation and Frequency Control of THz
Waves by Nanoscale Piezo-Engineering, Hoonil
Jeong1, Jihoon Jeong1, Christopher J. Stanton2,
Young-Dahl Jho1; 1Gwangju Inst. of Science and
Technology, Republic of Korea, 2Univ. of Florida,
USA. We report a newly found terahertz generation mechanism, mediated via acoustic standing
waves confined within GaN-based piezoelectric
heterostructures and its spectral control by adapting the active layer thickness.
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InGaN Light-Emitting Diodes with an Integrated Reflector Cup, Ling Zhu, X. H. Wang, P.
T. Lai, H. W. Choi; Dept. of Electrical and Electronic
Engineering, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. An
LED of truncated-conical geometry with an enhancement of 21.7% of upward intensity achieved
by laser micromachining was reported. With the
reflector surrounded the sidewall, the angular
color uniformity of it was enhanced by 37%.
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Ultrafast Laser Inscribed Nd-Doped Silicate
Glass Waveguide Laser, Euan Ramsay, Robert R.
Thomson, Nicholas D. Psaila, Ajoy K. Kar, Derryck
T. Reid; Heriot-Watt Univ., UK. We report laser oscillation from waveguides inscribed in Nd-doped
silicate glass. Laser action was observed at 1062nm
for a pump of 808nm, with a slope efficiency of
15.0% and maximum output power of 7.5mW.
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Microrheology Measurements of the Mechanical
Properties of Cells, David Weitz; Harvard Univ.,
USA. Abstract not available.
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Mesa-Structured InGaAs/InAlAs Photoconductive Antennas for THz Time Domain Systems
Operated at 1.5 µm, Roman J. B. Dietz, Helmut
Roehle, Hans-Jürgen Hensel, Jutta Boettcher, Harald Künzel, Dennis Stanze, Martin Schell, Bernd
Sartorius; Fraunhofer Inst. for Telecommunications,
Heinrich-Hertz-Inst., Germany. Mesa-structuring
of InGaAs/InAlAs photoconductive layers has
been employed for improving THz antennas. The
developed devices are evaluated in a time domain
spectrometer operating at 1.5 µm wavelengths.
Order-of-magnitude improvements versus planar
antennas are demonstrated.
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Green Light Emitting Diodes with High Internal
Quantum Efficiency in-Rich InGaN/GaN SelfOrganized Quantum Dots Grown by RF-Plasma
Assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Meng Zhang,
Wei Guo, Animesh Banerjee, Pallab Bhattacharya;
Univ. of Michigan, USA. Self-Organized green
InGaN/GaN quantum dots with high internal
quantum efficiency have been grown by RFPlasma Assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy. Green
light emitting diodes based on these dots were
fabricated and electroluminescence spectra were
measured.
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Femtosecond Laser Induced Vortex Anisotropy, Martynas Beresna, Peter G. Kazansky;
Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton,
UK. Anisotropic bubble chain structures are
produced by ultrashort pulse laser irradiation in
silica glass. Vortex anisotropy is observed in the
irradiated volume.
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Ultrafast Terahertz Dynamics and Broadband
Optical Conductivity of Few-Layer Epitaxial
Graphene, Hyunyong Choi1, Ferenc Borondics1,
David A. Siegel1,2, Shuyun Zhou1,2, Michael C.
Martin1, Alessandra Lanzara1,2, Robert A. Kaindl1;
1
Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA, 2Univ. of
California at Berkeley, USA. We report the ultrafast
THz dynamics and broadband electromagnetic
response of few-layer epitaxial graphene. Electrodynamics consistent with a dense Dirac electron
plasma and a transient THz response dominated
by recombination of excess holes is observed.
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Study of Polarization Properties of Light
Emitted from Tensile Strained InGaN/AlInN
Quantum Well, Po-Yuan Dang, Hung-Hsun
Huang, Yuh-Renn Wu; Inst. of Photonics and
Optoelectronics and Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan. This paper discusses
the optical polarization anisotropic of c-plane
tensile strained InGaN/AlInN QW. The results
indicate that in particular alloy composition with
the tensile strain, it can reduce QCSE and make a
polarized light source.
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From Carrier Dynamics inside Fused Silica to
Control of Multiphoton-Avalanche Ionization
for Laser Machining, Shuting Lei1, David Grojo2,
Thomas Barillot2,3, Marina Gertsvolf2,4, Zenghu
Chang1, David M. Rayner2, Paul B. Corkum2,4;
1
Kansas State Univ., USA, 2Natl. Res. Council,
Canada, 3Univ. Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France,
4
Univ. of Ottawa, Canada. Using pump-probe
measurements, we characterize carrier decay time
inside fused silica and measure deeply bound
self-trapped excitons. With pump-probe delay,
we also control free carrier injection and the
subsequent avalanche process for laser machining applications.
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Brillouin Microscopy for Ocular Biomechanics, Giuliano Scarcelli1,2, Seok H. Yun1,2; 1Harvard
Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital,
USA, 2Wellman Ctr. for Photomedicine, USA. We
present Brillouin confocal microscopy with high
throughput and high extinction for non-invasive
mechanical measurements of tissue and biomaterials. In particular, we demonstrate biomechanical
characterization of crystalline lens and cornea.
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Functional Imaging and Monitoring of Brain
and Breast with Diffuse Light, Arjun Yodh; Univ.
of Pennsylvania, USA. Diffuse optical spectroscopy
and tomography of tissue is finding unique clinical
niches. I will describe representative brain and
breast functional imaging and monitoring results
to illustrate the workings of these new tissue
diagnostics.
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Near-Diffraction-Limited Supercontinuum
Generation in a Cladding-Pumped Nonlinear
Fiber Converter, Junhua Ji, Christophe A. Codemard, Andrew Webb, Jayanta K. Sahu, Johan Nilsson; Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK. Through nonlinear scattering including
stimulated Raman scattering and beam clean-up,
a pulsed multimode pump beam is converted
into a nearly diffraction-limited supercontinuum
extending from 1 to 2 μm in a passive claddingpumped nonlinear fiber converter.
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Carbon-Nanotube Mode-Locked Cr:YAG Laser,
Won Bae Cho1,2, Andreas Schmidt1, Sun Young
Choi2, Valentin Petrov1, Uwe Griebner1, Guenter
Steinmeyer1, Soonil Lee2, Dong-Il Yeom2, Fabian
Rotermund2; 1Max-Born-Inst., Germany, 2Ajou
Univ., Republic of Korea. Transmissive singlewalled carbon nanotube saturable absorbers
were used for passive mode-locking of a Cr:YAG
laser, delivering tunable sub-100-fs pulses around
1.5 μm with output powers up to 110 mW at
84.6 MHz.
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Enhanced Soliton Self-Frequency Shift and
White-Light CW Supercontinuum Generation
in Germanosilicate-Core PCFs, Benoit Barviau,
Alexandre Kudlinski, Yves Quiquempois, Arnaud
Mussot; Univ. Lille 1, France. We numerically
investigate the mechanisms responsible for the
enhancement of the soliton self-frequency-shift
effect in germanoscilicate-core photonic crystal
fibers. A direct consequence leads to the first
experimental demonstration of a powerful whitelight continuous-wave supercontinuum.
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A Femtosecond Cr4+:forsterite Laser Generating 1.4W Output Power, Shih-Hsuan Chia1,
Tzu-Ming Liu2, Anatoly A. Ivanov3, Aleksei M.
Zheltikov4, Chi-Kuang Sun1,5; 1Graduate Inst. of
Photonics and Optoelectronics, Natl. Taiwan Univ.,
Taiwan, 2Inst. of Biomedical Engineering, Natl.
Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 3Photochemistry Ctr., Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation, 4Dept. of
Physics., Intl. Laser Ctr., M.V. Lomonosov Moscow
State Univ., Russian Federation, 5Res. Ctr. for Applied Sciences, Acad. Sinica, Taiwan. By optimizing
the thermal properties of crystals, we report a
femtosecond Cr:forsterite laser with a highest ever
1.4W output power, which is desired for many applications, including biomedical imaging, studies
of fibers, and photonic devices.
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Nonperiodic Optical Superlattice Optimized
by Genetic Algorithm for Engineered Multiwavelength Conversion, Jui-Yu Lai1, Yi-Jhen Liu1,
Hung-Yu Wu2, Yen-Hung Chen2, Shang-Da Yang1;
1
Inst. of Photonics Technologies, Natl. Tsing Hua
Univ., Taiwan, 2Dept. of Optics and Photonics, Natl.
Central Univ., Taiwan. We experimentally demonstrate engineered multiwavelength conversion
using nonperiodic optical superlattice optimized
by genetic algorithm with two target functions.
This scheme has better spectral shape fidelity and
~15% higher conversion efficiency compared to
aperiodic optical superlattice.
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Passive Mode-Locking of Diode-Pumped
Tm:GdLiF4 Laser, Nicola Coluccelli1, Gianluca
Galzerano1, Alberto Di Lieto2, Mauro Tonelli2, Paolo
Laporta1; 1Inst. di Fotonica e Natotecnologie - CNR,
Italy, 2Dept. di Fisica, Univ. di Pisa, Italy. We report
on the first demonstration of passive mode-locking
laser operation of a diode-pumped Tm:GdLiF4
crystal. Pulse trains with 20-ps duration, average
power of ~100 mW, and repetition rate of 75 MHz
are obtained.
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Integrated Optoelectronics for Neural Stimulation and Recording in Freely Moving Animals,
Jing Wang1, David Borton2, Jiayi Zhang1, Rick Van
Wagenen3, Rebecca Burwell4, Barry Connors5, Arto
Nurmikko1,2; 1Dept. of Physics, Brown Univ., USA,
2
Div. of Engineering, Brown Univ., USA, 3Blackrock
Microsystems, USA, 4Dept. of Psychology, Brown
Univ., USA, 5Dept. of Neuroscience, Brown Univ.,
USA. Specific classes of neural cells in mammalian
brain can be rendered light sensitive by genetic
means. We combine the new ‘optogenetics’ approaches with simultaneous electrical recording
in behaving animals by an integrated corticalimplanted optoelectronic device.
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François Légaré; INRS-EMT,
Canada, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Technical Univ., Denmark,
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Multi-Heterodyne Characterization of MultiGigahertz Spaced Optical Frequency Comb
Sources, Josue Davila-Rodriguez, Charles
Williams, Mehmetcan Akbulut, Peter J. Delfyett;
CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of
Central Florida, USA. Mixing products between
frequency combs with detuned repetition rates
are used to characterize multi-gigahertz spaced
optical frequency combs generated from modelocked semiconductor lasers. Time domain RF
waveform measurements show effective sampling
of the optical waveform.
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Modulation-Frequency Encoding/Decoding
for Parallel Detection in Biophotonic Sensing,
Chaitanya Dongre, Markus Pollnau, Hugo J. W.
M. Hoekstra; Integrated Optical MicroSystems
(IOMS), MESA+ Inst. for Nanotechnology, Univ.
of Twente, Netherlands. Fluorescence from different emitters (labeled biomolecules) with distinct
absorption wavelengths is encoded by uniquely
modulating each excitation beam. Detection by an
ultrasensitive, albeit color-blind photomultiplier
and subsequent Fourier analysis reveals the origin
of each signal.
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Recent Progress and Limiting Factors in High
Power Fiber Laser Technology, Johan Nilsson;
Univ. of Southampton, UK. This tutorial discusses
the recent rapid progressY of high-power fiber
sources, selected state-of-the-art devices in different regimes of operation, the technology, limits to
further progress, and possible routes forward.
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Mammalian Cell Sorting Using μFACS, Sung
Hwan Cho, Chun Hao Chen, Frank S. Tsai, Jessica
Godin, Yu-Hwa Lo; Univ. of California at San Diego,
USA. K562 mammalian cells are sorted using a
highly integrated microfabricated fluorescenceactivated cell sorter (μFACS). The sample cells
are purified with an enrichment factor of 230 at a
high throughput (>1,000 cells/sec).
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Direct Feed-Forward Scheme for Frequency
Combs with Arbitrary Offset and Shot-Noise
Limited Phase Noise, Sebastian Koke1, Christian
Grebing1, Harald Frei2, Manfred Riemer2, Andreas
Assion2, Günter Steinmeyer1; 1Max-Born-Inst., Germany, 2Femtolasers Produktions GmbH, Austria.
We propose and demonstrate a novel feed-forward
technique for stabilizing the carrier-envelopeoffset frequency of a mode-locked laser at unprecedented residual noise levels. This method allows
for comb synthesis at arbitrary offset frequencies,
including zero offset.
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Modulation Cancellation Method for Detection of Molecules with Unresolved Absorption
Bands, Anatoliy A. Kosterev1, David Thomazy1,
Lei Dong1, Frank K. Tittel1,2, Vincenzo Spagnolo2;
1
Rice Univ., USA, 2Univ. and Politecnico of Bari,
Italy. A novel spectroscopic technique was applied
to detection of hydrazine vapor using two wide
stripe diode lasers and a variation of QEPAS.
Modulating lasers with 180 degrees phase shift
resulted in >100 times background reduction.
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Generation of Compressed Optical Pulses beyond 160 GHz Based on Two Injection-Locked
CW Lasers, Francesca Parmigiani 1, Radan
Slavík1, Richard Phelan2, Periklis Petropoulos1,
James O’Gorman2, David J. Richardson1; 1Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK, 2Eblana
Photonics Inc., Ireland. Two CW signals separated
by either 160GHz or 200GHz are phase locked
to each other and combined together forming a
highly stable pulsed seed for a nonlinear compressor based on four-wave mixing in fibre.
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Photofragmentation Approaches for the
Detection of Polyatomic Molecules, Thomas
A. Reichardt, Alexandra A. Hoops, Jeffrey M.
Headrick, Roger L. Farrow, Thomas B. Settersten,
Scott E. Bisson, Thomas J. Kulp; Sandia Natl.
Labs, USA. We review three photofragmentation
detection approaches, describing the detection of
(1) vapor-phase mercuric chloride by photofragment emission, (2) vapor-phase nitro-containing
compounds by photofragmentation-ionization,
and (3) surface-bound organophosphonate compounds by photofragmentation-laser-induced
fluorescence.
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Supermode Noise Spur Suppression and
Frequency Comb Generation in a 100 MHz
Semiconductor-Based Theta Cavity Laser Using
an Intra-Cavity Fabry-Perot Etalon, Dimitrios
Mandridis, Marcus Bagnell, Ibrahim Ozdur, Peter
J. Delfyett; CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida, USA. A Fabry-Perot
etalon is inserted into a semiconductor-based laser
cavity operating at the chirped pulse amplification
regime. The laser output exhibits supermode noise
spur suppression and a semiconductor-based optical frequency comb is generated.
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Johan Nilsson is a Professor at the Optoelectronics
Research Centre (ORC), University of Southampton, England. In 1994, he received a doctorate in
Engineering Science from the Royal Institute of
Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, for research on
optical amplification. Since then, he has worked on
optical amplifiers and amplification in lightwave
systems, optical communications, and guidedwave lasers, first at Samsung Electronics and later
at ORC. His research has covered system, fabrication, and materials aspects of guided-wave lasers
and amplifiers, and in particular device aspects of
high power fiber lasers and erbium-doped fiber
amplifiers. He is leading ORC’s high-power fiber
laser group which, in recent years, demonstrated
a number of world-firsts and world-records in
the field, including the first single-mode kW fiber
laser, the first cladding-pumped fiber Raman laser,
and a diffraction-limited single-frequency linearly
polarized Yb-doped fiber source with over 0.4 kW
of output power. He has published over 300 scientific articles and has taught several short courses
on fiber lasers and amplifiers. He is a fellow of
the OSA, a former chair of the Laser Science and
Engineering technical group in OSA’s Science and
Engineering Council, and a consultant to, and cofounder of, Southampton Photonics. In addition,
he has been active in the organization of several
conferences and meetings, and was also guest
editor of two issues on high-power fiber lasers
in IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum
Electronics in 2009.
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Optical Control of Neural Activity with Amorphous Silicon Light Addressable Electrodes,
Hsan-yin Hsu, Hanson Lee, Arash Jamshidi, Justin
Valley, Shao Ning Pei, Ehud Isacoff, Ming C. Wu;
Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA. We present an
optically addressed electrical stimulation device
for neuron control with single cell resolution and
millisecond temporal resolution. This system
allows dynamic study of interconnected neural
network at single neuron level.
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Dual-Color Fluorescence Cross Correlation
Spectroscopy on an Integrated Optofluidic
Chip, Aiqing Chen1, Mikhail I. Rudenko1, Evan
J. Lunt2, Brian S. Phillips2, Aaron Hawkins2, Holger
Schmidt1; 1Univ. of California at Santa Cruz, USA,
2
Brigham Young Univ., USA.We demonstrate the
detection and discrimination of different sized
nanobeads on an integrated optofluidic chip by
dual-color fluorescence correlation spectroscopy.
Singly and doubly labeled nanobeads can be further identified by cross correlation spectroscopy.
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Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS)
on-an-Optofluidic Chip Using Roof Collapse
Method, Eunjung Jung1, Yun Suk Huh2, David
Erickson1; 1Cornell Univ., USA, 2Div. of Materials
Science, Korea Basic Science Inst., Republic of Korea.
Here we demonstrate a SERS optofluidic device using a nanochannel fabrication method developed
by our group. This device consists of nanochannels
and a SU-8 waveguide. As a test we demonstrate
the detection of SERS-active Rhodamine6G.
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Henry Van Driel; Univ. of
Toronto, Canada, Presider
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Christian Pflugl; Harvard Univ.,
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Force-Mediated Parametric Generation in
Nano-Optomechanical Structures, Qiang Lin,
Jessie Rosenberg, Darrick Chang, Oskar Painter;
Caltech, USA. We report a novel scheme for freely
engineering phase matching, enabling efficient
parametric generation at arbitrary frequencies
in mechanically compliant nano-optomechanical
structures.
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Short Wavelength InP Based Quantum Cascade
Lasers, Dmitry G. Revin1, James P. Commin1, John
W. Cockburn1, Shiyong Y. Zhang2, Kenneth Kennedy2, Andrey B. Krysa2, Mark Hopkinson2; 1Dept.
of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of Sheffield, UK,
2
EPSRC Natl. Ctr. for III- V Technologies, Univ. of
Sheffield, UK. We report the development of strain
compensated InGaAs/AlAs(Sb)/InP quantum
cascade lasers emitting in the wavelength range
of 3.3-3.8µm with high peak optical power (up to
17W at 300K), and high temperature operation
(up to 400K).
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Cavity-Optomechanics with Microresonators
at Helium-3 Temperatures, Stefan Weis1, Rémi
Rivière1, Olivier Arcizet1,2, Albert Schliesser1, Samuel
Deléglise1, Emanuel Gavartin3, Tobias J. Kippenberg1,3; 1Max-Planck-Inst. of Quantum Optics,
Germany, 2Inst. Néel, CNRS/UJS, France, 3École
Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland.
We present the optical and mechanical properties
of toroidal optomechanical resonators thermalized
to Helium-3 (600 mK) temperatures. Dramatic
improvements of mechanical quality factors are
reported and evidence for direct phonon absorption is presented.
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Optical Response of Silica Microcavities in Gaseous and Superfluid Helium-4, Remi Riviere1,
Olivier Arcizet1,2, Albert Schliesser1, Tobias J. Kippenberg1,3; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for Quantum Optics,
Germany, 2Inst. Neel, France, 3École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. We present the
dynamic optical response of silica microcavities in
a 4He environment. Dispersive properties of silica
and external detection of a superfluid sound are
characterized, due to accurate temperature tuning
of the cryodevice.
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Direct Observation of Spatial Modes in Waveguided Parametric Downconversion, Peter J.
Mosley1,2, Andreas Christ1, Andreas Eckstein1,
Christine Silberhorn1; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for the
Science of Light, Germany, 2Ctr. for Photonics and
Photonic Materials, Univ. of Bath, UK. We present a
study of higher-order spatial-mode propagation in
waveguided parametric downconversion, including direct imaging of photon-pair mode profiles
and analysis of spatial-spectral coupling.
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Corrugated-Sidewall Distributed-Feedback
Interband Cascade Lasers Emitting High
Single-Mode Powers, William W. Bewley, Chadwick L. Canedy, Chulsoo Kim, Mijin Kim, J. R.
Lindle, Joshua Abell, Igor Vurgaftman, Jerry R.
Meyer; NRL, USA. We report corrugated-sidewall
distributed-feedback interband cascade lasers
that produce 45 mW of cw power in a single
spectral mode at -20oC, with maximum wall-plug
efficiency of 7.6%. The current tuning range (025oC) is 11 nm.
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A Raman-Type Optical Frequency Comb Adiabatically Generated in an Enhancement Cavity,
Masayuki Katsuragawa, R. Tanaka, H. Yokota,
T. Matsuzawa; Univ. of Electro-Communications,
Japan. We demonstrate efficient generation of a
Raman-type optical-frequency-comb by employing adiabatic-Raman-excitation in an enhancement cavity. A broad frequency-comb spanning
over 130-THz is realized with an excitation-power
reduction exceeding three-orders of magnitude
compared with a single-pass-configuration.
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3.2 μm Single Spatial Mode Diode Lasers Operating at Room Temperature, Alexander Soibel1,
C. Frez1, A. Ksendzov1, Y. Qiu1, S. Forouhar1, J.
Chen2, T. Hosoda2, G. Kipshidze2, L. Shterengas2, G.
Tsvid2, G. Belenky2; 1JPL, USA, 2State Univ. of New
York at Stony Brook, USA. Ridge waveguide type-I
quantum-well GaSb-based diode lasers, with active
regions utilizing InGaAsSb/AlInGaAsSb quantum
wells, have been demonstrated to operate at temperatures as high as 40 0C with 1 mW of power at
wavelengths above 3.2μm.
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Quantum-Opto-Mechanics in the Strong Coupling Regime, Simon Gröblacher1,2, Sebastian
Hofer2, Michael Vanner2, Klemens Hammerer1,3,
Markus Aspelmeyer 2; 1Austrian Acad. of Sciences, Austria, 2Univ. of Vienna, Austria, 3Inst. for
Theoretical Physics, Univ. of Innsbruck, Austria.
We have recently demonstrated strong coupling
between light and a micromechanical system. This
provides a new level of quantum optical control
over mechanics by accessing interactions beyond
the rotating wave approximation.
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Nonlinear Disorder Mapping via Three Wave
Mixing in Poled Lithium Tantalate, Alessia
Pasquazi1, Alessandro Busacca2, Salvatore Stivala2,
Roberto Morandotti1, Gaetano Assanto3; 1Ultrafast
Optical Processing Group INRS-EMT, Canada,
2
DIEET, Univ. of Palermo, Italy, 3NooEL-Nonlinear
Optics and OptoElectronics Lab, CNISM, INFN and
Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Italy. We introduce
and test a simple approach for the characterization
of domain distribution in bulk quadratic ferroelectric crystals, such as periodically poled Lithium
Tantalate with random mark-to space ratio.
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Ajay Nahata; Univ. of Utah, USA,
Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Takashige Omatsu; Chiba Univ.,
Japan, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Tommaso Baldacchini; Newport
Corp., USA, Presider
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Marko Loncar; Harvard Univ.,
USA, Presider
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3-D Stand-up Metamaterials With A Purely
Magnetic Resonance At Terahertz Frequencies,
Kebin Fan, Andrew Strikwerda, Hu Tao, Xin Zhang,
Richard Averitt; Boston Univ., USA. 3-D stand-up
metamaterial with purely magnetic resonance at
THz frequencies was demonstrated and characterized. The successful design, fabrication and characterization of 3-D metamaterials provides a new
pathway for implementing novel electromagnetic
properties at terahertz frequencies.
$5V(tBN Invited
New Frontiers of Organic Electro-Optic Materials and Devices: From Molecular Engineering
to Technological Innovations, Alex Jen; Univ. of
Washington, USA. Abstract not available.
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High Resolution 3-D Laser Direct-Write Patterning, Linjie Li, Rafael R. Gattass, Michael
Stocker, Erez Gershgoren, Hana Hwang, John T.
Fourkas; Univ. of Maryland, USA. Resolution Augmentation through Photo-Induced Deactivation
(RAPID) lithography makes possible the creation
of features that far smaller than the wavelength of
light employed. We will present some of the latest
advances in RAPID lithography.
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Photonic Band Gap Materials: Light Control
at Will, Sajeev John; Univ. of Toronto, Canada.
Light trapping crystals have applications ranging
from solar energy harvesting to on-chip optical
information processing and offer a new strongcoupling regime for light-matter interactions. I
review their physics, their microfabrication, and
applications.
Tuesday, May 18
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Concentration of Terahertz Radiation Through
Tapered Circular Subwavelength Apertures, Tho
Duc Nguyen, Z. Valy Vardeny, Ajay Nahata; Univ.
of Utah, USA. We demonstrate the concentration
of broadband terahertz radiation through conically
tapered subwavelength apertures. Concomitantly,
there is a reduction of the THz group velocity for
the transmitted pulse. We describe the underlying
principle behind this phenomenon.
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Structurally Reconfigurable Metamaterials
at Terahertz Frequencies, Hu Tao1, Andrew C.
Strikwerda1, Kebin Fan1, Willie J. Padilla2, Xin
Zhang1, Richard D. Averitt1; 1Boston Univ., USA,
2
Boston College, USA. We demonstrate structurally reconfigurable metamaterials with a marked
tunability of both electric and magnetic responses
at terahertz frequencies where artificial “atoms”
reorient within unit cells in response to an external stimulus.
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Optically Patterned Liquid Crystal Devices for
High-Resolution Beam Shaping, Marisa Vargas,
Zeyu Zhao, Kenneth L. Marshall, Christophe Dorrer; Lab for Laser Energetics, USA. Achromatic
laser-beam shapers employing spatially varying
twisted nematic liquid crystals (LC’s) have been
demonstrated for high-peak-power applications.
The LC molecular orientation was achieved
through photolithographic patterning of an alignment layer using polarized UV light.
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In situ Monitoring of Two-Photon Polymerization Using Broadband CARS Microscopy,
Tommaso Baldacchini, Ruben Zadoyan; Newport
Corp., USA. We present a method for monitoring
in situ TPP using broadband CARS microscopy.
Since both fabrication and imaging are performed
using the same experimental setup, characterization of polymeric microstructures with structural
information is attained rapidly.
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Terahertz Surface Waves on a Split-Ring-Based
Metamaterial Film, Benjamin Reinhard1, Oliver
Paul1, René Beigang1,2, Marco Rahm1,2; 1Univ. of
Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2Fraunhofer Inst. for
Physical Measurement Techniques IPM, Germany. We present experimental and numerical
investigations on the excitation and dispersion
characteristics of resonant terahertz surface waves
on thin metamaterial films. An intuitive model is
introduced which describes the material as a thin
slab waveguide.
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Gaussian to Lorentzian Beam Profile Convertor
Based on Conical Refraction, Amin Abdolvand1, Keith G. Wilcox1, Todor K. Kalkandjiev2,
Yuri Loiko3, Jordi Mompart3, Edik U. Rafailov1;
1
Univ. of Dundee, UK, 2Conerefringent Optics
SL, Spain, 3Dept. de Física, Univ. Autònoma de
Barcelona,Spain. We employ conical refraction
crystal for one-step conversion of an incident
beam with Gaussian transverse intensity profile to
a beam of Lorentzian profile with less divergence in
free space than the original Gaussian beam.
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Two-Photon Polymerization of Dielectric-Loaded Surface Plasmon-Polariton Nanowaveguides,
Yan Li, Hao Luo, Haibo Cui, Hong Yang, Qihuang
Gong; Peking Univ., China. Dielectric-loaded
surface plasmon-polariton nanowaveguides
on the gold film are fabricated by two-photon
polymerization with femtosecond laser pulses.
The leakage radiation microscopy shows that
they are single-mode with strong mode confinement at 830 nm.
Sajeev John is a “University Professor” at the
University of Toronto and Government of Canada
Research Chair. He received his Bachelors degree
in physics in 1979 from the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology and his Ph.D. in physics at Harvard
University in 1984. His Ph.D. work at Harvard
originated the theory of classical wave localization
and in particular the localization of light in threedimensional strongly scattering dielectrics. From
1986-1989 he was an assistant professor of physics
at Princeton University. While at Princeton, he
co-invented (1987) the concept of photonic band
gap materials, providing a systematic route to his
original conception (1984) of the localization of
light. In 1989 he joined the senior faculty at the
University of Toronto. Professor John is the winner of the 2001 King Faisal International Prize in
Science, together with C. N. Yang. He is the first
ever winner of Canada’s Platinum Medal for Science and Medicine in 2002. Dr. John received the
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) LEOS International Quantum Electronics
Award in 2007 for “the invention and development
of light-trapping crystals and elucidation of their
properties and applications” and most recently the
2008 IEEE Nanotechnology Pioneer Award.
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USA, Presider
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Aculight, USA, Presider
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Next-Generation Solar Cells, Jeff Nause; Cermet,
Inc., USA. Novel, multijunction solar cells based on
tunable bandgap ternary InGaN p-n junctions will
be presented. Structural properties and I-V data
for these cells will also be presented.
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A Bidirectionally Tunable Optical Timing
Module Using Stimulated Brillouin Scattering, Zhimin Shi1, Aaron Schweinsberg1, Joseph E.
Vornehm Jr.1, M. Alejandrina Martínez Gámez2,
Robert W. Boyd1; 1Inst. of Optics, Univ. of Rochester,
USA, 2Ctr. de Investigaciones en Óptica, Mexico. We
demonstrate a tunable module for delaying or advancing optical pulses using stimulated Brillouin
scattering. A fractional advancement and delay of
0.31 and 0.82, respectively, have been achieved for
6.5 ns Gaussian pulses.
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Diamond Raman Lasers, Richard P. Mildren, A.
Sabella, E. Granados, D. J. Spence; MQ Photonics
Res. Ctr., Macquarie Univ., Australia. We summarize our recent research in Raman lasers based on
undoped single crystal diamond. Highly efficient
visible external cavity lasers operating in nanosecond and picosecond regimes are reported.
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Spectral Dependence of Spatially-Incoherent
Modulation Instability, Can Sun, Dmitry V.
Dylov, Jason W. Fleischer; Princeton Univ., USA.
We present the first experimental study of
spatially-incoherent modulation instability for
different spectral distributions. Characteristic
behavior depends sensitively on the underlying
profiles. The setup and results introduce a new
experimental degree-of-freedom into nonlinear
statistical optics.
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An All-Fiber Source for Multiplex Coherent
Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering, Priyanth Mehta,
Matthew Walbran, Jae K. Jang, Stuart G. Murdoch;
Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand. We report on a
simple all-fiber coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) source capable of multiplex operation out to detunings in excess of 2500 cm-1. The
CARS spectra of several molecules are measured
with this system.
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Intracavity Diamond Raman Lasers, Walter Lubeigt, Gerald M. Bonner, Jennifer E. Hastie, Martin
D. Dawson, David Burns, Alan J. Kemp; Inst. of
Photonics, UK. A synthetic diamond crystal was
used inside a Nd:YVO4 laser cavity as a Raman gain
medium. A maximum average power of 230mW
at 1240nm was measured.
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Absorption Enhancement and Light Trapping
Regimes in Thin-Film Silicon Solar Cells with
a Photonic Pattern, Simone Zanotto, Marco Liscidini, Lucio Claudio Andreani; Univ. degli Studi
di Pavia, Italy. By patterning thin-film silicon solar
cells with a periodic etching in addition to an ARcoating, we increase the short-circuit current up to
36.5%. The pattern and the coating are investigated
to recognise different coupling regimes.
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Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering
Microscopy Based on a Compact Two-Color
Er:fiber Laser, Romedi Selm, Martin Winterhalder, Andreas Zumbusch, Günther Krauss, Tobias
Hanke, Alexander Sell, Daniel Träutlein, Alfred
Leitenstorfer; Univ. of Konstanz, Germany. A widely
tunable picosecond Er:fiber laser system enables
fast and turn-key CARS microscopy. The tuning
range gives access to vibrational resonances between 1150 cm-1 and 3800 cm-1 with high spectral
resolution of 10 cm-1.
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Intracavity MEMS Lasers, Walter Lubeigt1, Andrew Kelly1, Vassili Savitsky1, Joao Gomes2, Gordon
Brown2, Deepak Uttamchandani2, David Burns1;
1
Inst. of Photonics, Univ. of Strathclyde, UK, 2Ctr.
for Microsystems and Photonics, Univ. of Strathclyde, UK. Intracavity low-cost scanning MEMS
micromirrors are used to control the output beam
of Nd:based lasers. Successful Q-switching resulted
in pulse durations of 200ns.
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Enhanced Absorption in Thin Film Si Solar
Cells with Textured Photonic Back Reflector,
K. A. Broderick1, L. Zeng2, B. A. Alamariu1, X.
Duan1, Z. Zou3, J. Zhou3, X. Sun3, Yasha Yi1,2,3;
1
MIT, USA, 2New York Univ. and CUNY Graduate
Ctr., USA, 3Shanghai Inst. of Microsystems and
Information Technology, China. We present the
design, processing and characterization of Sion-insulator thin film solar cells integrated with
textured photonic backside reflector. Cells at all
thicknesses demonstrated significant external
quantum efficiency (EQE) enhancement due to
the back reflector.
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Surface-Normal Asymmetric Fabry-Perot
Quantum-Confined Stark Effect Electroabsorption Modulator, Elizabeth H. Edwards1,
Ross M. Audet1, Stephanie A. Claussen1, Rebecca
K. Schaevitz1, Emel Tasurek1, Shen Ren1, Olufemi
I. Dosunmu2, M. Selim Unlu2, David A. B. Miller1;
1
Stanford Univ., USA, 2Boston Univ., USA. The
strong electroabsorption modulation possible
using the quantum-confined Stark effect in Ge/
SiGe quantum wells provides the working mechanism for efficient, CMOS-compatible photonic
integrated modulators. We describe such a device
employing a surface-normal asymmetric FabryPerot design.
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Diffraction Based Biosensing with Porous Silicon, Judson D. Ryckman1, Marco Liscidini2, John
E. Sipe3, Sharon M. Weiss1; 1Vanderbilt Univ., USA,
2
Univ. degli Studi di Pavia, Italy, 3Univ. of Toronto,
Canada. We present a highly sensitive porous silicon diffraction grating for biosensing applications.
The gratings are fabricated using a cost-effective,
high-throughput stamping technique. Small
molecule detection is demonstrated.
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167 W, 1178 nm Ytterbium-Doped Photonic
Bandgap Fiber Amplifier with Power Scalability, Christina B. Olausson1,2,3, Akira Shirakawa1,
Meishin Chen1, Jens K. Lyngsø2,3, Jes Broeng2, Kim
P. Hansen2, Anders Bjarklev3, Ken-ichi Ueda1; 1Inst.
for Laser Science, Univ. of Electro-Communications,
Japan, 2NKT Photonics A/S, Denmark, 3Dept. of
Photonics Engineering, Technical Univ. of Denmark,
Denmark. We have generated 167 W of output
power at 1178 nm using an ytterbium-doped
photonic bandgap fiber. Distributed spectral filtering efficiently suppresses amplified spontaneous
emission at shorter wavelengths and enables power
scalable amplification at 1178nm.
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Microfluidic SERS Using a 3-Dimensional
Porous Monolith as a SERS-Active Solid Phase
in a Microchannel, Jikun Liu, Don L. DeVoe, Ian
M. White; Univ. of Maryland, USA. To improve
the sensitivity of microfluidic SERS, we constructed an in situ photopolymerized monolith
in a microchannel with embedded silver nanoclusters. Rhodamine-6G was detected easily after
passing only 400 fmoles of analyte through the
microchannel.
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Locking Lasers to RF in an Ultrafast FEL, Russell
Wilcox1, Gang Huang1, Lawrence Doolittle1, John
Byrd1, William White2, Josef Frisch2, Ryan Coffee2;
1
Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA, 2SLAC Natl. Accelerator Lab, USA. Using a novel, phase-stabilized
RF-over-fiber scheme, we transmit 3GHz over
300m with 27fs RMS error in 250kHz bandwidth
over 12 hours, and phase lock a laser to enable
ultrafast pump-probe experiments.
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Distributed Feedback Laser Biosensor Incorporating a Titanium Dioxide Nanorod Surface,
Chun Ge, Meng Lu, Wei Zhang, Brian T. Cunningham; Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
USA. A 6.6× enhancement in surface sensitivity of
DFB laser biosensors is demonstrated by a device
incorporating a porous titanium dioxide nanorod
layer on the sensor surface, while a Q-factor of over
25, 000 is maintained.
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High-Power Splice-Free Ytterbium Fiber Laser
Based on Femtosecond-Written Fiber Bragg
Gratings, Martin Bernier1, Marc-André Lapointe2,
Réal Vallée1, Xavier Pruneau-Godmaire1, Bertrand
Morasse2; 1Ctr. d’Optique, Photonique et Laser,
Univ. Laval, Canada, 2CorActive High-Tech Inc.,
Canada. We report on the operation of a splicefree ytterbium fiber laser emitting 65W at 1072nm
based on a pair of FBGs written directly in the
active fiber using 400nm femtosecond pulses and
a phase-mask.
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Fluidic Lens Laparoscopic Zoom Camera for
Minimally Invasive Surgery, Frank S. Tsai, Daniel
Johnson, Cameron S. Francis, Sung Hwan Cho,
Wen Qiao, Ashkan Arianpour, Yu-Hwa Lo; Univ.
of California at San Diego, USA. We developed a
miniaturized laparoscopic zoom camera that is 17
mm long, has >4X optical zoom, and works under
300 lux. This camera is suitable for advancing
minimally invasive surgery. Demonstration surgery (cholecystectomy) was performed.
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ZnO Scintillator Improved Temporal Response
for XFEL Timing Observation, Toshihiko Shimizu1,2, Kohei Yamamoi1,2, Elmer Estacio1, Tomoharu
Nakazato1,2, Kouhei Sakai1, Nobuhiko Sarukura1,2,
Dirk Ehrentraut3, Tsuguo Fukuda3,4, Mitsuru Nagasono2, Tadashi Togashi2, Kensuke Tono2, Atsushi
Higashiya2, Makina Yabashi2, Tetsuya Ishikawa2,
Shinichi Matsubara5, Haruhiko Ohashi2,5, Hiroaki
Kimura2,5; 1Inst. of Laser Engineering, Osaka Univ.,
Japan, 2RIKEN XFEL Project Head Office, Japan,
3
Inst. of Multidisciplinary Res. for Advanced Materials, Tohoku Univ., Japan, 4WPI Advanced Inst. for
Materials Res. Tohoku Univ., Japan, 5Japan Synchrotron Radiation Res. Inst., Japan. A hydrothermal
method-grown, Fe-doped ZnO crystal, was excited
by the XFEL prototype at Spring-8 facility. The
scintillation signal exhibited <10-ps rise time and
<100-ps decay time; making it the fastest scintillator for XFEL timing studies.
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A Free-Hand Surface Tracking and Motion
Compensation Microsurgical Tool System Based
on Common-Path Optical Coherence Tomography Distance Sensor, Kang Zhang1, Keith G.
Petrillo1, Peter L. Gehlbach2, Jin U. Kang1; 1Johns
Hopkins Univ., USA, 2Wilmer Eye Inst., USA. We
have developed and tested a compact free-hand
microsurgical tool-concept based on CP-OCT
distance-sensor and 1-D actuation, which is
capable of tracking the surface of surgical target tissue and compensating tool-tissue relative-motion
with micrometer resolution.
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100 W from a Photonic Bandgap Bragg Fiber
Laser, Dmitry A. GAPONOV1, Philippe Roy1,
Sebastien Fevrier1, Mikhail E. Likhachev2, Mikhail
Y. Salganskii3, Mikhail V. Yashkov3; 1XLIM UMR
6172, France, 2Fiber Optics Res. Ctr., Russian Acad.
of Sciences, Russian Federation, 3Inst. of Chemistry
of High Purity Substances, Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation. 100 W output power
from Yb-doped LMA photonic bandgap Bragg
fiber laser is reported. 81% slope efficiency was
obtained. To our knowledge, this is the highest
output power generated from an active photonic
bandgap fiber.
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On-Chip Spectrophotometry for Bioanalysis
Using Nanophotonic Devices, Arthur Nitkowski,
Antje Baeumner, Michal Lipson; Cornell Univ.,
USA. We measure optical absorption from colorproducing enzymatic reactions for biochemical
antigen detection using a microscale optofluidic
device. The microring cavity can detect absorbance
with high sensitivity while requiring only nanoliter
volumes of reagants.
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Spontaneous Phase Anti-Correlations in Raman
Optical Frequency Comb Generation, Chunbai
Wu1, Erin Mondloch1, Michael G. Raymer1, Yingying Wang 2, Francois Couny 2, Fetah Benabid 2;
1
Oregon Ctr. for Optics, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Oregon, USA, 2Dept. of Physics, Ctr. for Photonics and
Photonic Materials, Univ. of Bath, UK. We theoretically investigate and experimentally demonstrate
the spontaneous phase anti-correlation between
Stokes and anti-Stokes sidebands in Raman frequency comb generation. This anti-correlation
suggests a new way to stabilize the comb and
synthesize sub-femtosecond pulse trains.
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Interband Cascade Lasers for Wavelength
Specific Applications in the 3-4 µm Spectral
Range, Adam Bauer1, Matthias Dallner1, Martin
Kamp1, Sven Hoefling1, Lukas Worschech1, Alfred
Forchel1, Lars Naehle2, Peter Fuchs2, Marc Fischer2,
Johannes Koeth2, Marcin Motyka3, Grzegorz Sek3,
Krzysztof Ryczko3, Jan Misiewicz3; 1Technische
Physik, Univ. of Wuerzburg, Germany, 2nanoplus
GmbH, Germany, 3Inst. of Physics, Wroclaw Univ. of
Technology, Poland. Interband cascade lasers have
been systematically studied to derive the means
for accurate wavelength control. Laser emission
between 2.97µm and 4.16µm and linear tuning
rates of 0.55µm/monolayer InAs and 1.88 nm/K
have been obtained.
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Observation of Interference between Bright- and
Dark-Polariton Peaks, Jiteng Sheng, Haibin Wu, J.
Gea-Banacloche, Min Xiao; Dept. of Physics, Univ.
of Arkansas, USA. We experimentally investigate
atom-cavity transmission spectra with three-level
atoms inside an optical cavity. At large cavity frequency detuning, the bright- and dark-polariton
three-peak structure becomes asymmetric and the
peaks can merge together to create interference.
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Second-Harmonic Spectroscopy on Split-RingResonator Arrays, Fabian B. P. Niesler1, Stefan
Linden2, Nils Feth2, Martin Wegener1; 1Inst. für
Angewandte Physik, Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology,
Germany, 2Inst. für Nanotechnologie, Karlsruhe
Inst. of Technology, Germany. By tuning the
fundamental wavelength in second-harmonicgeneration experiments on split-ring resonator arrays, we further test assignments based on previous
single-frequency experiments. We find resonances
that are slightly red-shifted with respect to the
linear transmittance minimum.
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Improvement on the Luminescence Efficiency,
Electroluminescence Linewidth and Transport
Properties of ZnCdSe/ZnCdMgSe Quantum
Cascade Structures , Yu Yao 1 , William O.
Charles1, Kale J. Franz1, Aidong Shen2, Maria C.
Tamargo2, Claire F. Gmachl1; 1Princeton Univ.,
USA, 2City College of New York, USA. We present
electroluminescence from ZnCdSe/ZnCdMgSe
Quantum Cascade structures, with 3 times higher
luminescence efficiency, 30% narrower electroluminescence linewidths than our first demonstration. The measured turn-on voltage matches with
the calculated value.
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Coupling a Quantum Dot to an Open Microcavity, Andreas Muller1, Edward B. Flagg1, Michael
Metcalfe1, John Lawall2, Glenn S. Solomon1; 1Joint
Quantum Inst., NIST and Univ. of Maryland,
USA, 2Atomic Physics Div., NIST, USA. Single
InAs semiconductor quantum dots were coupled
to a microcavity consisting of a semiconductor
Bragg reflector below the quantum dot layer, and
an external micromirror fabricated at the tip of a
single mode fiber.
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Second Harmonic Generation from Exfoliated
Graphitic Films, Jesse J. Dean, Henry M. van
Driel; Univ. of Toronto, Canada. Optical SHG is
observed from graphene, and few-layer graphite
on an oxidized (001) Si substrate. The SHG
signal from graphene is rotationally isotropic but
shows 3-fold anisotropy from bi-layer graphene
and graphite.
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High Brightness from Unstable Resonator MidIR Semiconductor Lasers, Andrew P. Ongstad,
Gregory C. Dente, Michael Tilton, Ron Kaspi,
Joeseph Chavez, Don Gianardi; AFRL, USA. We
describe high-brightness, broad area midinfrared
semiconductor lasers. The optically pumped
devices achieved higher brightness operation as
unstable resonators (URs). The UR’s were fabricated by polishing a diverging cylindrical mirror
on one of the facets.
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Magneto-Optical Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics Effects in Quantum Dot Micropillar
Systems, Stephan Reitzenstein1, Steffen Munch1,
Philipp Franeck1, Arash Rahimi-Iman1, Tobias
Heindel1, Andreas Loffler1, Sven Hofling1, Alfred
Forchel1, Ilya V. Ponomarev2, Tom L. Reinecke2;
1
Technische Physik, Univ. Würzburg, Germany,
2
NRL, USA. We report on magneto-optical control
of quantum dot micropillar systems in the strong
coupling regime. Magneto-optical resonance
tuning, magnetic field control of the quantum
dot oscillator strength and spin cQED-effects
will be presented.
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Optimum Coverage for Perfect Transmission
in 2-Dimensional Metallic Arrays, Joong Wook
Lee1, T. H. Park2, Peter Nordlander2, Daniel Mittleman2; 1Nanophotonics Lab, Advanced Photonics
Res. Inst., GIST, Korea, Republic of, 2Rice Univ.,
USA. We demonstrate optimum coverage in the
enhanced transmission of terahertz radiation
through 2-dimensional metallic arrays of square
holes with different periodicity changing along
the direction perpendicular to the incident
polarization.
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Tunable Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Diffraction
Grating Based on the Effect of Localized Surface
Plasmons, Wen-Chi Hung1, I-Min Jiang1, MingShan Tsai2, Pochi Yeh3, Wood-Hi Cheng4; 1Natl. Sun
Yat-Sen Univ., Taiwan, 2Natl. Chiayi Univ., Taiwan,
3
Univ. of California at Santa Barbara, USA, 4Natl.
Sun Yat- Sen Univ., Taiwan. Tunable cholesteric
liquid crystals (CLC) diffraction grating based
on the effect of localized surface plasmons (LSP)
was investigated. To doping metal nanoparticle
into the CLC grating, an particular diffraction was
observed due to LSP effect.
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Time-Resolved Study of Polyimide Film Absorbing Layers for Laser-Induced Forward Transfer,
Matthew S. Brown, Nicholas T. Kattamis, Craig B.
Arnold; Princeton Univ., USA. In this work, we use
time-resolved imaging to study the laser-induced
formation of a sealed blister on a thin polyimide
film absorbing layer which is used to mechanically eject donor material during laser-induced
forward transfer.
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Thermo-Optically Tunable Photonic Crystal
Light Modulator Utilizing Cut-Off Effect,
Yonghao Cui, Ke Liu, Duncan MacFarlane,
Jeong-Bong Lee; Univ. of Texas at Dallas, USA. We
present design, fabrication and characterization
of thermo-optically tunable photonic crystal
light modulator. Thermo-optic effect of silicon
was utilized to change refractive index of silicon
and photonic band dispersion to realize tunable
photonic crystal devices.
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Chiral THz Metamaterial with Tunable Optical Activity, Jiangfeng Zhou1, Rongkuo Zhao2,
Costas M. Soukoulis2, Antoinette J. Taylor1, John
O’Hara1; 1Ctr. for Integrated Nanotechnologies,
Los Alamos Natl. Lab, USA, 2Ames Lab and Dept.
of Physics and Astronomy, Iowa State Univ., USA.
Tunable optical activity in chiral metamaterials is
demonstrated in simulation and shows actively
tunable giant polarization rotation over a wide
frequency band.
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400 kHz Beam Scanning Using KTa1-xNbxO3
Crystals, Jun Miyazu1, Yuzo Sasaki2, Kazunori
Naganuma1, Tadayuki Imai1, Seiji Toyoda1, Tsutomu Yanagawa1, Masahiro Sasaura1, Shogo Yagi1,
Kazuo Fujiura2; 1NTT Photonics Labs, Japan,
2
NTT Advanced Technology, Japan. The frequency
characteristics of the beam scanning with KTa1xNbxO3 crystals are described. The scanning angle
remains in the same up to 400 kHz. Our proposed
new scanning model supports this high-speed
beam scanning.
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Incident Beam Shape Effects on Thick-Film
Laser Induced Forward Transfer, Nicholas Kattamis, Matthew Brown, Craig B. Arnold; Princeton
Univ., USA. We use finite element modeling to
investigate the effects of incident beam shape on
stress and temperature evolution in the dynamic
release layer during thick-film laser-induced
forward transfer. Emphasis is on Gaussian versus
donut-shaped beams.
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Electrically Pumped Photonic Crystal Nanocavities Using a Laterally Doped p-i-n Junction,
Bryan C. Ellis1, Tomas Sarmiento1, Marie Mayer2,
Peter Stone2, Jeff Beeman2, Bingyang Zhang1, Oscar
Dubon2, Eugene Haller2, Yoshihisa Yamamoto1,
James Harris1, Jelena Vuckovic1; 1Stanford Univ.,
USA, 2Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA. Ion
implantation doping is used to define a laterally
doped p-i-n junction to electrically pump a gallium arsenide photonic crystal nanocavity with
indium arsenide quantum dots. Cavity coupled
electroluminescence is demonstrated.
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Transmission and Reflection Properties of
Terahertz Fractal Metamaterials, Radu Malureanu1, Andrei Lavrinenko1, David G. Cooke1, Peter
U. Jepsen1, S. Xiao2, Lei Zhou2; 1Technical Univ.
of Denmark, Denmark, 2Fudan Univ., China. We
use THz time-domain spectroscopy to investigate
transmission and reflection properties of metallic
fractal metamaterial structures. We observe loss of
free-space energy at certain resonance frequencies, indicating excitation of surface modes of
the metamaterial.
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Spin-Coated Ge23Sb7S70 Thin Films with Large
Photo-Induced Refractive Index Change,
Shanshan Song1, Nathan Carlie2, Laeticia Petit2,
Kathleen Richardson2, Craig Arnold1; 1Princeton
Univ., USA, 2Clemson Univ., USA.We demonstrate
the preparation of Ge23Sb7S70 films by spin-coating
techniques with good surface and compositional
homogeneity. The films exhibit a large photoinduced refractive index change, which have great
potential for photonic device tuning.
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Patterning of Metal Electrode on Flexible Substrate Using Laser Transfer Method, Kun-Tso
Chen1, Yu-Hsuan Lin1, Jeng-Rong Ho1, Sung-Ho
Liu2, Jin-Long Liao3; 1Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Natl. Chung Chang Univ., Taiwan, 2Laser
Application Technology Ctr., Industrial Technology
Res. Inst. South, Taiwan, 3Display Technology Ctr.,
Industrial Technology Res. Inst., Taiwan. Through
incorporating with the technique of rapid
polydimethysiloxane (PDMS) lift-off, this study
reports on a new laser transfer method that is
applicable to printing metallic thin film on a
flexible substrate
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Control of Thermal Radiation by Intersubband Transitions in Quantum Wells and TwoDimensional Photonic Crystals, Menaka De
Zoysa, Takashi Asano, Yasuaki Minato, Susumu
Noda; Dept. of Electronic Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ., Japan. We have achieved a very
narrow band and strong thermal radiation peak
in a design wavelength by using intersubband
transitions in quantum wells and two-dimensional
photonic crystals.
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Antireflection and Light Trapping of Periodic
Subwavelength Surface Structures Formed by
Colloidal Monolayer Spheres Lithography on
Thin Film Solar Cells, Ping-chen Tseng, Min-an
Tsai, Peichen Yu, Hao-chung Kuo; Natl. Chiao-Tung
Univ., Taiwan. Solar cell efficiency enhancement by
gradient periodic TiO2 nanoislands formed with
the facilitation of polystyrene-spheres was studied.
The enhancement mechanism was categorized by
antireflection and light-trapping and achieves 72%
relative increase of short-circuit current density.
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Two-Wave Mixing in Nd3+ and Yb3+ Doped Laser
Materials, Rémi Soulard1,2, Arnaud Brignon1,
Jean-Louis Doulalan 2, Jean-Pierre Huignard 1,
Richard Moncorgé2; 1Thales Res. and Technology,
France, 2Univ. de Caen, France. A complete model
of two-wave mixing in pumped Nd3+ and Yb3+ laser
materials in presence of athermal refractive index
grating is presented and compared with experimental results obtained in Nd:YAG. Application
to beam-combining is investigated.
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Laser Oscillation of Nd3+-Doped Photo-ThermoRefractive Glass under Diode Laser Pumping,
Yoichi Sato1, Takunori Taira1, Vadim Smirnov2,
Larissa Glebova2, Leonid Glebov3; 1Laser Res. Ctr.
for Molecular Science, Inst. for Molecular Science,
Japan, 2OptiGrate Inc., USA, 3School of Optics,
CREOL, Univ. of Central Florida, USA. Laser
oscillation of Nd3+-doped photo-thermo-refractive
glass (Nd:PTR) were examined for the first time.
We confirmed that laser efficiency of Nd:PTR is
stable even with wavelength shift of pump source
due to its wide absorption bandwidth.
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Reducing Si Reflectance by Improving Density
and Uniformity of Si Nanowires Fabricated by
Metal-Assisted Etching, Shu-Chia Shiu, Shin-Bo
Lin, Ching-Fuh Lin; Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan.
A silicon surface treatment before metal-assisted
etching increases the density of silicon nanowires.
The improvement reduces the solar-weighted
reflectance to as low as 3.3% for silicon nanowires
with a length of only 0.87μm.
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Intermediate Infrared Raman Lasing and FourWave Mixing in Crystalline Whispering Gallery
Mode Resonators, Johannes Hofer1, Christine Y.
Wang1, Albert Schliesser1, Tobias Herr1, Pascal
Del’Haye1, Janis Alnis1, Tobias J. Kippenberg1,2;
1
Max-Planck Inst. for Quantum Optics, Germany,
2
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. We investigate the nonlinear frequency
conversion in an ultra high-Q CaF2 whispering
gallery mode resonator with finesse exceeding 1
million. Raman lasing and four-wave mixing in the
intermediate infrared spectral region is reported.
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Laser Oscillator Coupling via Gain Gratings
to Achieve Frequency Stable Operation, Robert
Elsner, Roland Ullmann, Martin Ostermeyer; Univ.
of Potsdam, Germany. We investigate numerically
the feasibility of gain gratings to realize frequency
stable coupling of a Q-switched loop resonator to a
master oscillator. The model enables the prediction
of spectral properties of the laser system.
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Efficiency Enhancement InGaP/GaAs DualJunction Solar Cell by Broad-band and Omnidirectional Antireflection Nanorod Arrays,
Min-An Tsai1, P. C. Tseng2, Peichen Yu2, C. H.
Chiu2, Hao-Chung Kuo2; 1Dept. of Electrophysics, Natl. Chiao-Tung Univ., Taiwan, 2Dept. of
Photonics and Inst. of Electro-Optical Engineering,
Natl. Chiao-Tung Univ., Taiwan. 10% efficiency
enhancement of the solar cell by Broad-band and
Omnidirectional Antireflection Nanorod Arrays
was demonstrated. The enhanced efficiency attributed to increased light entry and optical path
in both the top cell and bottom cell.
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Experimental Demonstration of Phase Matching
Curve for Bragg Scattering in a Positive Beta 4
Fiber, Richard Provo1, Stuart G. Murdoch1, John
D. Harvey1, David Méchin2; 1Dept. of Physics, Univ.
of Auckland, New Zealand, 2PERFOS, France. We
experimentally demonstrate the phase matching
curve for the Four-Wave-Mixing effect of Bragg
Scattering in two Highly-Nonlinear-Fibers with
opposite sign 4th order dispersion coefficients.
The experimental results are fitted to theoretical
predictions with good agreement.
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Optimized Pulsed Orange Generation in a Diode-pumped Nd:YVO4 Laser Using Monolithically Cascaded PPLN Electro-Optic Q-Switches,
Yen-Hung Chen, Wei-Kun Chang, Jui-Wen Chang;
Dept. of Optics and Photonics, Natl. Central Univ.,
Taiwan. We report on an efficient intracavity
sum-frequency generator in a dual-wavelength
Nd:YVO4 laser optimized with monolithically
cascaded PPLN electro-optic Q-switches. >480-W
peak-power orange 593-nm light was obtained
with this system at 4.8-W diode pump power.
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Inc., USA, Presider
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Gustavo Wiedehecker; Cornell
Univ., USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Univ., USA, Presider
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Holger Schmidt; Univ. of
California at Santa Cruz, USA,
Presider
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Self-Starting Octave-Spanning Ti:sapphire
Laser Pumped by an Yb:KLu(WO4)2 Thin-Disk
Oscillator, Stefan Rausch1,2, Thomas Binhammer3, Guido Palmer1, Michael Jackstadt1, Uwe
Morgner1,2,4; 1Inst. of Quantum Optics, Leibniz
Univ. Hannover, Germany, 2Ctr. for Quantum
Engineering and Space-Time Res. (QUEST),
Germany, 3VENTEON Laser Technologies GmbH,
Germany, 4Laser Zentrum Hannover, Germany.
We present an octave-spanning Ti:sapphire laser
quasi-synchronously pumped by a frequencydoubled Yb:KLu(WO4)2 thin-disk oscillator. The
system features a self-starting behavior and can
be stabilized with respect to its carrier-envelopeoffset phase.
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Photonic Crystal Defects with Increased Surface
Area for Improved Refractive Index Sensing,
Christopher Kang1, Christopher Phare1, Sharon
M. Weiss1, Yurii A. Vlasov2, Solomon Assefa2;
1
Vanderbilt Univ., USA, 2IBM T.J. Watson Res. Ctr.,
USA. Photonic crystal cavities with tunable surface
area via multiple-hole defects were investigated
for increased resonance wavelength shifts upon
exposure to variable-index analytes. Sensitivity
was improved by 10% compared to simulated
solid L3 cavities.
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Subpicosecond Fiber Optical Parametric
Chirped Pulse Amplifier Based on Highly-Nonlinear Fiber, Yue Zhou, Qin Li, Kim K. Y. Cheung,
Sigang Yang, P. C. Chui, Kenneth K. Y. Wong; Univ.
of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. We experimentally demonstrate a fiber optical parametric chirped pulse
amplifier. A 750-fs signal is stretched to 40 ps,
amplified with a gain of 30 dB through parametric
process and then compressed to 808 fs.
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Label-Free Optofluidic Biosensing in Microplate,
Microfluidic, and Spot-Based Affinity Capture
Assays, Charles J. Choi, Alysia R. Belobraydich,
Leo L. Chan, Patrick C. Mathias, Brian T. Cunningham; Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
USA. Photonic crystal reflectance filters are cofabricated/integrated with microfluidic channels
on plastic substrates. Using the kinetic reaction
rate constants measured, sensitivity limits and
kinetic signal acquisition for label-free biosensing
within various assay formats are studied.
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Cryogenically Cooled cw-Pumped DoublePass Ti:sapphire Amplifier Emitting μJ Pulse
Energies, Nils Pfullmann1,2, Martin Siegel 1,2,
Stefan Rausch 1,2, Thomas Binhammer 1, Uwe
Morgner1,2,3; 1Inst. für Quantenoptik, Leibniz Univ.
Hannover, Germany, 2Ctr. for Quantum Engineering and Space-Time Res. (QUEST), Germany,
3
Laserzentrum Hannover, Germany. A double
pass cw-pumped Ti:sapphire amplifier delivering
1.6μJ pulses at 1 MHz is presented. Furthermore
a simple analytical model for the amplifier is
deduced and concepts for further energy scaling
are explored.
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Scatterer Induced Mode Splitting in Active
Microcavities, Lina He, Sahin Kaya Ozdemir,
Jiangang Zhu, Lan Yang; Washington Univ. in St.
Louis, USA. Scattering induced mode splitting
in microcavities with gain medium is detected
directly using heterodyne technique without
wavelength scan around resonant modes. Optical
gain helps resolve small mode splittings, which
might be missed in passive microcavities.
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Compact and Portable Multiline UV and Visible Raman Lasers in Hydrogen-filled HC-PCF,
Yingying Wang, Francios Couny, Phil S. Light,
Brian J. Mangan, Fetah Benabid; Physics Dept.,
Univ. of Bath, UK. We present two compact multiline Raman-lasers based on two types of HC-PCF
photonic microcells. Each discrete component of
the laser exhibits high spectral power density and
narrow linewidth for forensics and biomedical
applications.
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Optofluidic Sieving with Flow-Through Plasmonic Nanohole Arrays, Carlos Escobedo, Alexandre G. Brolo, Reuven Gordon, David Sinton; Univ.
of Victoria, Canada. Sieving potential and resulting
improved analyte collection in flow-through
nanohole array sensors is compared to planar
SPR sensing. At typical flow rates, full analyte collection, reaction limited transport and attomolar
critical concentrations can be achieved.
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Diode-Pumped Gigahertz Repetition Rate
Femtosecond Cr:LiSAF Laser, Duo Li, Umit
Demirbas, Jonathan R. Birge, Gale S. Petrich,
Leslie A. Kolodziejski, Alphan Sennaroglu, Franz X.
Kärtner, James G. Fujimoto; MIT, USA. We report
a low-cost, 1 GHz repetition-rate, diode-pumped,
saturable Bragg reflectors mode-locked Cr:LiSAF
laser, which generates nearly transform-limited
103-fs long pulses around 866 nm, with a record
high peak power of 1.45 kW.
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Large-Scale Array of Miniaturized Microdonut
Resonators for High Resolution On-Chip Spectroscopy, Zhixuan Xia, Mohammad Soltani, Qing
Li, Maysamreza Chamanzar, Siva Yegnanarayanan,
Babak Momeni, Ali Asghar Eftekhar, Ali Adibi;
Georgia Tech, USA.84-channel, high resolution
(<0.6 nm) integrated near-infrared spectrometer is demonstrated using large-scale arrays of
microdonut resonators. Miniaturized microresonators (radius < 2μm) with high intrinsic Q
(> 25,000) enable on-chip spectroscopy with low
insertion loss.
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High Power 55 Watts CW Raman Fiber-GasLaser, Francois Couny1, Brian J. Mangan1, Alexei
V. Sokolov2, Fetah Benabid1; 1Ctr. for Photonics and
Photonic Materials, Univ. of Bath, UK, 2Inst. for
Quantum Studies and Dept. of Physics, Texas A&M
Univ., USA. We demonstrate, for the first time, a
Raman fiber-gas-laser with 55W output power
by coupling 85W of a high-power fiber-laser in a
H2-filled hollow-core-photonic-crystal-fiber. The
laser characteristics include pure Stokes output and
high mode quality.
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On-Chip Nanoplasmonic-Nanofluidic Biosensors Overcoming Mass Transport Limitations,
Ahmet A. Yanik 1, Min Huang 1, Alp Artar 1,
Tsung-Yao Chang2, Hatice Altug1; 1Boston Univ.,
USA, 2MIT, USA. We demonstrate a novel hybrid
platform merging label free nanoplasmonic sensing with actively controlled nanofluidic surface
delivery to overcome mass transport limitations.
We show 14-fold improvement in mass transport
rate constants appearing in the exponentials.
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Gas Ionization Induced Post-Compression of
High Energy and Super-Intense Femtosecond
Pulses, Dominique Descamps, Coralie Fourcade
Dutin, Antoine Dubrouil, Stéphane Petit, Eric
Mével, Eric Constant; Univ. de Bordeaux, France.
From a 40 fs - 70 mJ terawatt Ti:sapphire laser,
compression of pulses down to 11.4 fs (FWHM)
with a total output energy of 13.7 mJ is achieved
through rapid ionization of helium.
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Detection and Sizing of Single Nanoparticles
by Mode Splitting in an Optical Microresonator, Jiangang Zhu, Sahin K. Ozdemir, Yun-Feng
Xiao, Lin Li, Lina He, Da-Ren Chen, Lan Yang;
Wasington Univ. in St. Louis, USA. We demonstrate detection and sizing of single nanoparticles
down to 30 nm by monitoring the mode splitting
induced by a nanoparticle in an ultra-high quality
factor (UHQ) microtoroid. Theory and methods
are discussed.
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Enhanced Sensitivity in Optofluidic Photonic
Crystal Slab Biosensors, Mohamed El Beheiry,
Ofer Levi; Univ. of Toronto, Canada. Guided
resonances in photonic crystal slabs exhibit
important qualities for sensing applications. We
demonstrate, through simulation and experiment,
enhanced sensitivity and differences in properties
between TE- and TM-like guided resonances in
biosensing.
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Phase Transition of Discrete Quadratic Solitons,
Frank Setzpfandt1, Andrey A. Sukhorukov2, Dragomir N. Neshev2, Roland Schiek1,3, Andreas Tünnermann1,4, Thomas Pertsch1; 1Friedrich-Schiller-Univ.
Jena, Germany, 2Australian Natl. Univ., Australia,
3
Univ. of Applied Sciences Regensburg, Germany,
4
Fraunhofer Inst. for Applied Optics and Precision
Engineering, Germany. We predict theoretically
and observe experimentally an abrupt powercontrolled transition from unstaggered to staggered second harmonic phase profiles of discrete
solitons with linear second harmonic coupling in
periodically poled waveguide arrays.
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Sophisticated Vector Beams Produced by
Photonic-Crystal Lasers, Seita Iwahashi 1,
Yoshitaka Kurosaka1, Kyosuke Sakai1,2, Kyoko Kitamura1, Naoki Takayama1, Susumu Noda1; 1Dept.
of Electronic Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.,
Japan, 2Pioneering Res. Unit for Next Generation,
Kyoto Univ., Japan. Various sophisticated vector
beams, which are important for high-resolution
microscopy, laser processing, and optical trapping,
are successfully produced by the band-edge effect
of two-dimensional photonic crystal.
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The Influence of Optical Fiber Design on
Chemical Sensor Performance, Robert Lieberman; Intelligent Optical Systems, Inc., USA.
Abstract not available.
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Hot Particle Solitons: Self-Trapped Beams Based
on Thermophoresis in Complex Fluids, Yuval
Lamhot, Or Peleg, Mordechai Segev; Technion
- Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel. We show that
strong coupling between light and nanoparticle
suspensions, mediated by negative thermophoresis
and heat diffusion, gives rise to self-trapping of
optical beams.
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Angular-Resolved Lasing Characteristics at
Different Band Edges in GaN Photonic Crystal Surface Emitting Lasers, Shih Wei Chen,
Tien-Chang Lu, Yun-Ju Hou, Ting-Chun Liu,
Hao-Chung Kuo, Shing-Chung Wang; Dept. of
Photonics and Inst. of Electro-Optical Engineering
Natl. Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan. We successfully
demonstrated and analyzed the angular-resolved
characteristics of GaN-based photonic-crystal
surface emitting lasers at different band edges
(Γ, K, and M), showing specific lasing angles in
measured dispersion diagram.
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Spiral Propagation of Two Collapsing Beams,
Bonggu Shim, Samuel E. Schrauth, Alexander
L. Gaeta; Applied Physics, Cornell Univ., USA.
We investigate spiral propagation of two beams
intersecting with a small angle in Kerr media.
Through the balance of attractive and centrifugal
forces, we observe rotations up to 140 by operating
at zero relative phase.
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On-Chip Beam-Steering Photonic-Crystal
Lasers, Yoshitaka Kurosaka1, Seita Iwahashi1,
Yong Liang1, Kyosuke Sakai1,2, Eiji Miyai1, Wataru
Kunishi1,3, Dai Ohnishi1,3, Susumu Noda1; 1Dept.
of Electronic Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.,
Japan, 2Kyoto Univ. Pioneering Res. Unit for Next
Generation, Kyoto Univ., Japan, 3Photonics Res.
and Development Ctr., ROHM Co., Ltd., Japan.
We report on a novel concept to create beamsteering lasers using photonic crystals. The lasers
that we have developed indeed emit beams over a
range of directions. The maximum beam steering
angle is ~±30°.
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Optical Bullet Trains via Modulation Instability
in Nonlocal Solitons, Marco Peccianti1,2, Ian B.
Burgess1,3, Gaetano Assanto4, Roberto Morandotti1;
1
INRS Énergie, Matériaux et Télécommunications,
Canada, 2Sapienza Univ., Italy, 3Harvard Univ.,
USA, 4Univ. Roma Tre, Italy. We introduce a
feasible approach to obtaining dense light-bullets
trains in nonlocal nonlinear dielectrics, such as
nematic liquid crystals, thanks to the interplay
between local and nonlocal nonlinearities and the
temporal modulation instability.
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A Fiber-Optic Nerve Stimulation Probe Integrated with a Precise Common-Path Optical
Coherence Tomography Distance Sensor, Kang
Zhang1, Elizabeth Katz2, Do-Hyun Kim2, Jin U.
Kang1, Ilko K. Ilev2; 1Johns Hopkins Univ., USA,
2
U.S. Food and Drug Administration, USA. We have
demonstrated a simple and effective common-path
optical coherence tomography guided fiber probe
for optical nerve stimulation which improves the
spatial precision and safety of stimulation laser
power delivery.
Tuesday, May 18
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Alexander Szameit; Solid State
Inst., Technion - Israel Inst. of
Technology, Israel, Presider
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Ytterbium-Doped Low-NA P-Al-Silicate LargeMode-Area Fiber for High Power Applications ,
Jayanta K. Sahu, S. Yoo, A. J. Boyland, A. Webb, C.
Codemard, R. J. Standish, J. Nilsson; Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., UK. We demonstrate an efficient,
ytterbium-doped low-NA fiber with core glass
containing high levels of Al2O3 and P2O5 in silica
host that shows low-photodarkening and generated 175 W of continuous-wave output power with
80% laser efficiency.
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Weili Zhang; Oklahoma State
Univ., USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Yasufumi Enami; Hiroshima
Univ., Japan, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Evgeni Sorokin; Technische Univ.
Vienna, Austria, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Vladimir M. Shalaev; Purdue
Univ., USA, Presider
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Subwavelength Confinement of THz Radiation
in Tapered Plasmonic Slot Waveguides, Hui
Zhan, Rajind Mendis, Daniel Mittleman; Rice
Univ., USA. We experimentally characterize the
confinement of terahertz radiation in tapered slot
waveguides. Both the transverse and axial field
components exhibit strong lateral confinement. An
antisymmetric axial field distribution is observed
across the output gap.
$5V3tBN
Ultrafast Fiber Laser Mode-Locked by Graphene
Based Saturable Absorber, Zhipei Sun, Tawfique
Hasan, Daniel Popa, Felice Torrisi, Fengqiu Wang,
Francesco Bonaccorso, Andrea C. Ferrari; Univ.
of Cambridge, UK. A Graphene-based saturable
absorber is fabricated using wet chemistry techniques. We use it to passively mode-lock an Erbium doped fiber laser. ~500fs pulses are produced
at 1560nm with a 5.2nm spectrum bandwidth.
$5V4tBN
Theory for Direct Frequency Comb Spectroscopy, Daniel Felinto, Carlos E. E. Lopez; Dept. de
Física, Univ. Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil. We
introduce a theory for the interaction of multi-level
atoms with well-stabilized pulse trains, which is
general enough to take into account arbitrarilyshaped frequency combs. It is applied to the
excitation of rubidium-87 atoms.
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Infinite at Every Frequency: The Photonic Density of States in (Meta)materials with Hyperbolic
Dispersion and Related Phenomena, Evgenii
Narimanov, Zubin Jacob, Igor Smolyaninov;
Purdue Univ., USA. We show that (meta)materials with hyperbolic dispersion exhibit a broad
bandwidth singularity in the photonic density of
states, leading to dramatic changes in a variety of
phenomena, from spontaneous emission to light
propagation and scattering.
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Dispersion-Free 2-D Confined Terahertz Pulses
Propagation in Gap Waveguide Formed by Two
Cylindrical Surfaces, Yuri H. Avetisyan1, Armen
H. Makaryan1, Harutyun Hakopyan1, Konstantin
L. Vodopyanov2; 1Yerevan State Univ., Armenia,
2
Stanford Univ., USA. We demonstrate undistorted two-dimensionally-confined THz pulses
propagation in a 5-cm-long waveguide formed
by two metallic cylindrical surfaces. A simple
theoretical model explains experimental results.
The possibility of using the waveguide in sensing
application was tested.
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Disentangling Carbon Nanotubes for Broadband sub-100 fs Optical Switching, Won Bae
Cho1, Sun Young Choi1, Jong Hyuk Yim1, Soonil Lee1,
Dong-Il Yeom1, Kihong Kim1, Fabian Rotermund1,
Andreas Schmidt2, Valentin Petrov2, Uwe Griebner2,
Guenter Steinmeyer2; 1Ajou Univ., Republic of
Korea, 2Max-Born-Inst., Germany. Controlling
bundling and curl of carbon nanotubes permits ultrafast optical switching, which was demonstrated
in a >500 nm near-infrared band by femtosecond
mode-locking of three bulk lasers using one and
the same saturable absorber.
$5V4tBN
High-Resolution Spectroscopy Using Interleaved Optical Frequency Comb, Tatsutoshi
Shioda1, Kenichiro Fujii2, Ken Kashiwagi2, Takashi
Kurokawa2; 1Nagaoka Univ. of Technology, Japan,
2
Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology, Japan. We propose high-resolution spectroscopy
based on the sweep of the interleaved optical
frequency comb by an optical phase modulator.
Fine spectrum of HCN gas has been successfully measured with 1MHz resolution over 4THz
frequency range.
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Terahertz Microfluidic Sensor Based on a
Parallel-Plate Waveguide Resonant Cavity,
Rajind Mendis, Victoria Astley, Jingbo Liu, Daniel
M. Mittleman; Rice Univ., USA. We fabricate
a terahertz resonator suitable for microfluidic
sensing by machining a groove into one plate
of a parallel-plate-waveguide. We demonstrate
a refractive-index sensitivity of 3.7×10 5 nm/
refractive-index-unit, the highest ever reported
in any frequency range.
$5V3tBN
Cryogenic Optical Characterization of Nonlinear Polymers, Dong Hun Park1, Victor Yun1,
Xing-Hua Zhou2, Jingdong Luo2, Alex Jen2, Warren
N. Herman1; 1Lab for Physical Sciences, Univ. of
Maryland, USA, 2Univ. of Washington, USA. We report a second-order electro-optic coefficient r33 of
155±5 pm/V at a telecommunication wavelength
of 1550 nm from nonlinear poled polymer thin
films at a cryogenic temperature of ~4.2 Kelvin
using a reflection ellipsometry technique.
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Dual Frequency Comb Sampling of a QuasiThermal Incoherent Light Source, Fabrizio
R. Giorgetta, Ian Coddington, Esther Baumann,
William C. Swann, Nathan R. Newbury; NIST,
USA. Dual, coherent frequency combs are used
to measure the spectrum of an incoherent,
quasi-thermal source through Fourier spectroscopy. The source spectrum is acquired over 1THz
bandwidth with an absolute frequency accuracy
set by the combs.
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Radiative Decay Engineering with Hyperbolic
Metamaterials, Zubin Jacob, Ji Young Kim, Gururaj Naik, Evgenii Narimanov, Alexandra Boltasseva,
Vladimir M. Shalaev; Purdue Univ., USA. We
demonstrate the decrease in the spontaneous emission lifetime of dye molecules due to the enhanced
photonic density of states (PDOS) of a hyperbolic
metamaterial (HMM), opening the route to PDOS
engineered HMM devices.
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Planar Terahertz Waveguides Based on Periodically Dimpled Metal Films, Gagan Kumar,
Albert Cui, Ajay Nahata; Univ. of Utah, USA. We
demonstrate planar plasmonic THz waveguides
based on dimpled metal films. The propagation
properties of the guided modes depend upon the
geometrical parameters of the dimples and can be
broadly engineered.
$5V3tBN
Photo-Induced Absorption of Donor-Acceptor
Conjugated Copolymers for Optical Limiting,
San-Hui Chi1, Joel M. Hales1, Matthew M. Sartin1,
Matteo Cozzuol1, Xuan Zhang1, Dan Patel2, Amb
Chad2, Tim Steckler2, John Reynolds2, Seth R. Marder1, Joseph W. Perry1; 1Georgia Tech, USA, 2Univ. of
Florida, USA. Dithienopyrrole-based polymers
show strong nonlinear absorption and potential
as optical limiters in the telecommunications
region. A 17X suppression (figure-of-merit ~ 35) is
achieved in a waveguided device, arising from the
strong and broad excited-state absorption.
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Trace Gas Detection with Frequency Comb
Fourier Transform Spectroscopy, Birgitta Bernhardt1, Akira Ozawa1, Patrick Jacquet2, Marion
Jacquey2, Yohei Kobayashi3, Thomas Udem1, Ronald Holzwarth1,4, Guy Guelachvili2, Theodor W.
Hänsch1, Nathalie Picqué1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. für
Quantenoptik, Germany, 2Lab de Photophysique
Moléculaire, CNRS, France, 3Inst. for Solid State
Physics, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 4Menlo Systems
GmbH, Germany. Dual-comb Fourier transform
spectroscopy with cavity enhancement holds
much promise for trace gas sensing. Broadband
high resolution spectra of ammonia around 1.0 µm
are recorded within 18 µs and a noise-equivalentabsorption of 1 10-10 cm-1Hz-1/2.
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Experimental Probing of Photonic Density
of States in Hyperbolic Metamaterial, M. A.
Noginov1, H. Li1, D. M. Dryden2,3, G. Nataraj2,3,
Yu. A. Barnakov1, G. Zhu1, M. Mayy1, Z. Jacob4, E.
E. Narimanov4; 1Norfolk State Univ., USA, 2Cornell
Univ., USA, 3 Summer Res. Program, Norfolk State
Univ., USA, 4Purdue Univ., USA. In the metamaterial with hyperbolic dispersion, we have observed
six-fold reduction of the emission life-time of dye
deposited onto the metamaterial’s surface.
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Langley Res. Ctr., USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Applications in Precision Machining - Factors
in ns/ps Choice, Stephen Lee, Colin Moorhouse,
Leonard Migliore; Coherent, Inc., USA. The pulse
durations of industrial lasers have a significant
effect on their processing characteristics. We will
examine the effects of shortening laser pulses into
the picosecond range, theoretically and then by
examples of industrial processes.
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Strongly Enhanced Backward Second-Harmonic
Generation with Slow Light in a Two-Dimensional Photonic Crystal, Rumen Iliew1, Christoph
Etrich2, Thomas Pertsch2, Yuri S. Kivshar3, Falk
Lederer1; 1Inst. of Condensed Matter Theory and
Solid State Optics, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena,
Germany, 2Inst. of Applied Physics/Ultra Optics,
Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany, 3Nonlinear
Physics Ctr., Res. School of Physics and Engineering,
Australian Natl. Univ., Australia. We obtain greatly
enhanced conversion efficiencies of backward
second-harmonic generation by exploiting small
group velocities at phase match in a two-dimensional quadratically nonlinear photonic crystal.
The efficiencies obtained from a modal approach
are rigorously confirmed.
$5V6tBN
C2H2 Gas Laser Inside Hollow-Core Photonic
Crystal Fiber Based on Population Inversion,
Andrew M. Jones1, A. V. Vasudevan Nampoothiri2,
Amarin Ratanavis2, Rajesh Kadel1, Natalie V.
Wheeler3, Francois Couny3, Fetah Benabid3, Wolfgang Rudolph2, Brian R. Washburn1, Kristan L.
Corwin1; 1Dept. of Physics, Kansas State Univ.,
USA, 2Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of New
Mexico, USA, 3Ctr. for Photonics and Photonic Materials, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Bath, UK. Lasing
from population inversion is demonstrated from
gas contained in a hollow-core kagome structured
photonic crystal fiber. Laser pulses in the mid-IR
(3.1-3.2 μm) were generated by optically pumping
at λ ~ 1.5 μm.
$5V5tBN
Resonance Enhanced Large Third Order Nonlinear Optical Response in Slow Light InGaP
Photonic-Crystal Waveguides, Vardit Eckhouse1,
Isabelle Cestier1, Gadi Eisenstein1, Sylvain Combrié2,
Pierre Colman2, Alfredo De Rossi2; 1Technion Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel, 2Thales Res. and
Development, France. We report a large third order
nonlinear response in an InGaP photonic crystal
waveguide. The nonlinearity is enhanced by a
resonance effect due to the waveguide end facet
reflectivities and the large group index.
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Highly Efficient Yb:YAG Channel Waveguide
Laser with 1.7 W Output Power Fabricated by
fs-Laser Writing, Thomas Calmano, Jörg Siebenmorgen, Klaus Petermann, Günter Huber; Inst. of
Laser-Physics, Univ. of Hamburg, Germany. Stress
induced channel waveguides were written in crystalline Yb (7%):YAG with fs-laser pulses. Pumped
by an OPS-laser at 969 nm laser oscillation with up
to 1.76 W output power was demonstrated.
$5V5tBN Invited
Highly Efficient, Broadband Cherenkov Radiation in Photonic Crystal Fibers, Li-Jin
Chen, Guoqing Chang, Franz X. Kärtner; MIT,
USA. The dependence of Cherenkov radiation
on pump pulse parameters is investigated. Based
on this effect a tunable, highly efficient (>40%),
broadband (>50 nm), green-orange light source
is demonstrated with a threshold energy less
than 100pJ.
$5V6tBN
High-Gain KY(WO4)2:Yb3+ Planar Waveguide
Laser at the Zero-Phonon Line, Dimitri Geskus,
Shanmugam Aravazhi, Kerstin Wörhoff, Markus
Pollnau; Univ. of Twente, Netherlands. When
pumping at a short wavelength of 932 nm, the high
gain obtained at the 981-nm zero-phonon line of
a KY(WO4)2:Gd3+, Lu3+, Yb3+ planar waveguide
resulted in efficient laser emission in an open
cavity configuration.
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Ablation Dynamics in Burst-Train Femtosecond
Laser Machining of High Aspect Ratio Holes in
Glass, Peter R. Herman1, Saeid Rezaei1, Dagmar
Esser 2, Abbas Hosseini 1, Jianzhao Li 1; 1Univ.
of Toronto, Canada, 2Aachen Univ., Germany.
Nanosecond time dynamics of laser generated
filaments, plasma, and plume are followed in the
high repetition rate domain of heat accumulation
effects for excising deep high aspect ratio holes
in glasses.
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Nitinol Machining Rate Dependence on Pulse
Duration in the Ultrafast Laser Regime, Michael
M. Mielke, David Gaudiosi; Raydiance Inc., USA.
We quantify machining rate dependence on pulse
duration for Nitinol shape memory alloy near the
critical pulse duration for athermal ablation. At
fluence of 17 J/cm2, we show critical pulse duration is near 2.5 ps.
Tuesday, May 18
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Peter G. Kazansky;
Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of
Southampton, UK, Presider
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Low-Threshold, Single-Frequency DistributedFeedback Waveguide Laser in Al2O3:Er3+ on
Silicon, Edward H. Bernhardi1, Henk A. G. M.
van Wolferen2, Laura Agazzi1, Md. Rezaul H.
Khan3, Chris G. H. Roeloffzen3, Kerstin Wörhoff1,
Markus Pollnau1, René M. de Ridder1; 1Integrated
Optical MicroSystems, Netherlands, 2Transducers
Science and Technology Group, Univ. of Twente,
Netherlands, 3Telecommunication Engineering
Group, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands. Singlefrequency distributed-feedback lasing with 165
μW output power at 1538.8 nm is realized in
Al2O3:Er3+ waveguides fabricated on silicon wafers.
Distributed feedback is provided by a surface relief
Bragg grating fabricated with laser interference
lithography.
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Generation of Sub-20 fs Deep-Ultraviolet Pulses
Using Broadband Chirped-Pulse Four-Wave
Mixing, Yuichiro Kida1,2, Jun Liu 1,2, Takahiro
Teramoto1,2, Takayoshi Kobayashi1,2,3,4; 1Dept. of
Applied Physics and Chemistry and Inst. for Laser
Science, Univ. of Electro-Communications, Japan,
2
Intl. Cooperative Res. Project, JST, Japan, 3Dept.
of Electrophysics, Natl. Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan,
4
Inst. of Laser Engineering, Osaka Univ., Japan.
Sub-20 fs deep-ultraviolet pulses were generated
without a pulse compressor. Our approach allows
one to compensate pulse broadening in air and
glass appropriately and has a possibility of generating sub-7 fs pulses for ultrafast spectroscopy.
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Sub-Wavelength Nano-Fluidics on Suspended
Photonic Crystal Sensors, Min Huang1, Ahmet Ali
Yanik1, Tsung-Yao Chang2, Hatice Altug1; 1Boston
Univ., USA, 2MIT, USA. We introduce a novel
sensor scheme that combines nano-photonics
and nano-fluidics on a single platform using freestanding photonic crystals. The sensor with 510
nm/RIU sensitivity can lead to enhanced analyte
delivery to the sensor surface.
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Gain Statistics of a Fiber Optical Parametric
Amplifier with a Temporally Incoherent Pump,
Yiqing Xu, Stuart G. Murdoch; Physics Dept.,
Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand. We present an
experimental investigation into the statistics of
the gain fluctuations of a fiber optical parametric
amplifier pumped with a temporally-incoherent
pump. These statistics are shown to be a strong
function of signal detuning.
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Label-Free Measurement of DNA Oligomer
Binding Using a Highly-Sensitive Photonic
Crystal Biosensor, Yunbo Guo1,2, Jing Yong Ye3,
Thommey P. Thomas2, James R. Baker2, Theodore
B. Norris1,2; 1Ctr. for Ultrafast Optical Science, Univ.
of Michigan, USA, 2Michigan Nanotechnology
Inst. for Medicine and Biological Sciences, Univ. of
Michigan, USA, 3Dept. of Biomedical Engineering,
Univ. of Texas at San Antonio, USA. With a highly
sensitive one dimensional photonic crystal biosensor, we have demonstrated quantitative real-time
label-free detection of DNA oligomers, including
binding to protein, concentration detection limits,
and base-mismatched hybridization.
$5V,tBN
Development of an 10-14 Ultra High Contrast
Laser System Using High Energy XPW Filtering
Scheme, Pierre-Mary E. Paul1, Lorenzo Canova2;
1
Amplitude Technologies, France, 2Lab d’Optique
Appliquée, France. We have developed a 4 mJ, 60
nm bandwidth and 10-14 contrast Laser system.
We used the most energetic 1mJ-XPW signal ever
produced to seed a standard CPA Laser.
$5V-tBN
Strong Optomechanical Coupling in Slot-Type
Photonic Crystal Cavities: Theory, Ying Li, Jie
Gao, Shakthi Nellaiappan, Chee Wei Wong; Columbia Univ., USA. We demonstrate a strong optomechanical coupling in a high-quality-factor air-slot
mode-gap photonic crystal cavity with ultrasmall
mode volume, with a coupling length L~2.9μm.
Optomechanical coupling lengths with different
slot gaps and lengths are also compared.
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A Novel Method of Pump and Idler Signal Generation for Non-Degenerate FWM Based Phase
Sensitive Amplification, Stylianos Sygletos1,
Ruwan Weerasuriya1, Selwan Ibrahim1, Fatima
Gunning1, Andrew Ellis1, Richard Phelan2, James
O’Gorman2, John O’Carroll2, Brian Kelly2; 1Tyndall
Natl. Inst., Univ. College Cork, Ireland, 2Eblana
Photonics, Ireland. We experimentally demonstrate
a novel scheme for generating pump and idler optical waves phase aligned to an input signal carrier
for phase sensitive amplifiers.
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Fluorescence Microscopy on a 2-D Photonic
Crystal Transparent in the Visible, Alejandro
Yacomotti1, Laura C. Estrada2, Oscar E. Martinez2, Maia Brunstein1, Luc Le-Gratiet1, Sophie
Bouchoule1, Anne Talneau1, Isabelle Sagnes1,2, Ariel
Levenson1; 1Lab de Photonique et de Nanostructures
(CNRS UPR 20), France, 2Quantum Electronics Lab,
Argentina. We report on dye fluorescence enhancement (10-fold) with high spatial confinement
(100nm-deep, 1µm-wide) on a photonic crystal
(PhC) through resonant excitation of photonic
modes. These features make the PhC an excellent
substrate for fluorescence microscopy.
$5V,tQN
Large Area High Efficiency Broad Bandwidth
800 nm Dielectric Gratings for High Energy
Laser Pulse Compression, Dale H. Martz1, Hoang
T. Nguyen2, Dinesh Patel1, Jerry A. Britten2, Dave
Alessi1, Erik Krous1, Yong Wang1, Miguel Larotonda1, Jason George3, Brian Knollenberg3, Brad
M. Luther1, Jorge J. Rocca1, Carmen S. Menoni1;
1
Colorado State Univeristy, USA, 2Lawrence Livermore Natl. Lab, USA, 3Veeco Process Equipment
Inc., USA. We have demonstrated broad bandwidth
large area (229 mm x 114 mm) multilayer dielectric
diffraction gratings for the efficient compression of high energy 800 nm laser pulses at high
average power.
$5V-tQN
Transverse and Longitudinal Optical Forces of
Self-Alignment in Waveguides, Amit Mizrahi,
Kazuhiro Ikeda, Fabio Bonomelli, Liang Feng,
Vitaliy Lomakin, Yeshaiahu Fainman; Univ. of
California at San Diego, USA. We demonstrate
novel transverse and longitudinal optical forces
that facilitate self-alignment between two parts of a
waveguide broken by an offset and a gap. We analyze two-dimensional configurations and extend
the discussion to three-dimensional systems.
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Fiber Length Optimization in a Dispersion
Compensated Fiber Optical Parametric Oscillator, Chenji Gu1, Jay Sharping1, Huifeng Wei2,
Weijun Tong2; 1Univ. of California at Merced, USA,
2
Yangtze Optical Fibre and Cable Co. Ltd., China.
Sub-50 fs pulses with linear chirp at 969.4nm are
generated using a synchronously-pumped fiber
optical parametric oscillator where the suitable
fiber length is chosen to compensate the dispersion
from optical components inside of the cavity.
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High-resolution, Multi-wavelength Fluorescent
DNA Analysis in an Optofluidic Chip, Chaitanya
Dongre1, Jasper van Weerd2, Geert A. J. Besselink3,
Rebeca Martinez Vazquez4, Roberto Osellame4,
Giulio Cerullo4, Rob van Weeghel2, Hans H. van
den Vlekkert3, Hugo J. W. M. Hoekstra1, Markus
Pollnau 1; 1Integrated Optical MicroSystems,
MESA+ Inst. for Nanotechnology, Univ. of Twente,
Netherlands, 2Zebra Bioscience BV, Netherlands,
3
LioniX BV, Netherlands, 4Inst. di Fotonica e
Nanotecnologie del CNR, Dept. di Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Implementing capillary
electrophoresis with high base-pair resolution
and integrated multi-wavelength excitation in an
optofluidic chip, we separate simultaneously sets
of end-labeled DNA fragments from independent
human genomic segments, relevant for diagnosing
breast cancer and anemia.
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Solitons in Two-Dimensional Binary Superlattices, Matthias Heinrich1, Yarsolav V. Kartashov2,
Lourdes P. R. Ramirez1, Alexander Szameit3, Felix
Dreisow1, Robert Keil1, Stefan Nolte1, Andreas Tünnermann1, Victor A. Vysloukh2, Lluis Torner2;
1
Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany, 2Univ.
Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain, 3Technion - Israel
Inst. of Technology, Israel. We report on soliton
formation in laserwritten two-dimensional binary
waveguide lattices. Even for small index contrasts
between the sublattices, soliton intensity profiles
and power thresholds strongly depend on whether
“deep” or “shallow” channels are excited.
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Flexible Photonic Crystal Defect Lasers on a
Polydimethylsiloxane Polymer Substrate, Kung
Shu Hsu1, Yi-Chun Yang2, Yao-Ying Tsai3, MinHsiung Shih2, Meng-Chyi Wu4; 1Dept. of Photonics,
Natl. Chiao-Tung Univ., Taiwan, R.O.C, Taiwan,
2
Res. Ctr. for Applied Sciences (RCAS), Academia
Sinica, Taiwan, 3Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
Natl. Tsing-Hua Univ., Taiwan, 4Dept. of Electrical
Engineering, Natl. Tsing-Hua Univ., Taiwan. We
demonstrated a flexible photonic crystal defect
laser on a polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) polymer
substrate. The curvature dependences of lasing
power and threshold were also characterized by
bending the photonic crystal cavity at different
bending curvatures.
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Holographically Encoded Microparticles: A
Flexible Multiplex Platform for Bioassay Applications, J. A. Moon, M. S. Bowen, J. F. Pinto;
Illumina, Inc., USA. Glass filaments containing
digital holographic codes are ideal substrates for
multiplexed bioreactions. We describe a multiplex
assay platform that provides for many hundreds
of unique probes in a single well of a standard
96-well microplate.
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Interacting Solitons in a High Index Glass,
Alessia Pasquazi1, Elena D’Asaro2,3, Shirin HeidariBateni2, Salvatore Stivala3, Gaetano Assanto2; 1Univ.
du Québec, Canada, 2Univ. Roma Tre, Italy, 3Univ.
of Palermo, Italy. We investigate the interaction
of two coherent 2-D+1 solitary beams in a high
index glass.
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Anti-Guided Bragg Reflection Waveguide Diode
Lasers, Bhavin J. Bijlani, Amr S. Helmy; Univ. of
Toronto, Canada. A novel edge-emitting Bragg
reflection waveguide laser with a low index core is
demonstrated. Single transverse mode operation is
observed with typical thresholds below 250 A/cm2
and propagation losses of 11.4 cm-1.
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Experimental Investigation of Slow Oscillations of Dispersion-Managed Solitons, Haldor
Hartwig, Fedor Mitschke; Univ. Rostock, Germany.
Slow oscillations of dispersion-managed solitons
have been predicted in theory. We confirm their
existence in the experiment by measuring spectral
width variations. Results are compared to numerical simulations; detailed agreement is achieved.
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Electrically Pumped Supermode Si/InGaAsP
Hybrid Lasers, Xiankai Sun1, Michael J. Shearn1,
Avi Zadok1,2, Marina S. Leite1, Scott T. Steger1,
Harry A. Atwater1, Axel Scherer1, Amnon Yariv1;
1
Caltech, USA, 2Bar-Ilan Univ., Israel. Supermode
Si/InGaAsP hybrid lasers with a varying-width Si
waveguide have been fabricated and shown to be
superior to those lasers with a uniform-width Si
waveguide. Edge emission images demonstrate
mode evolution.
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Distributed Light Sensing with Convex Potential
Fibers, Fabien Sorin, Guillaume Lestoquoy, Sylvain
Danto, John D. Joannopoulos, Yoel Fink; MIT,
USA. We report on a photoconductive fiber that
supports decaying and convex electrical potential
profiles capable of localizing a point of illumination, and propose a scheme to perform distributed
optical sensing.
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Dielectric-Lined Metallic Waveguides: Mode
Structure and Dispersion at THz Frequencies,
Oleg Mitrofanov1, James A. Harrington2; 1Univ.
College London, UK, 2Rutgers Univ., USA. We
demonstrate low-dispersion and low-loss THz
pulse propagation in dielectric-lined metallic
waveguides. Waveguide modes are visualized using
THz near-field imaging. Experimental dispersion
characteristics and analytical approximations for
the propagation constants will be presented.
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Effective Generation of Triplet States and Singlet Oxygen by Sulfur-Containing Squaraines:
Experimental and Theoretical Study, Davorin
Peceli1, Andriy O. Gerasov2,3, Scott Webster1, Honghua Hu1, Lazaro Padilha1, Volodymyr V. Kurdyukov2, Yuriy L. Slominsky2, Oleksandr O. Viniychuk2,
Alexey D. Kachkovski2, Artëm E. Masunov3, Olga
V. Przhonska1,4, David J. Hagan1, Eric W. Van
Stryland1; 1CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida, USA, 2Inst. of Organic
Chemistry, Natl. Acad. of Sciences, Ukraine, 3NanoScience Technology Ctr., Univ. of Central Florida,
USA, 4Inst. of Physics, Natl. Acad. of Sciences,
Ukraine. Efficiency of singlet oxygen generation is
investigated for a series of new sulfur-containing
squaraines molecules. Experimental results, in
agreement with quantum calculations, show both
large triplet quantum yield and quantum yield of
singlet oxygen generation.
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Large Core Acetylene-Filled Photonic Microcells Made by Tapering the Hollow-Core Fiber,
Natalie V. Wheeler, Michael D. W. Grogan, Philip
S. Light, Francois Couny, Timothy A. Birks, Fetah
Benabid; Univ. of Bath, UK. We fabricated low
insertion loss and large core (40 - 70 µm) kagomé
lattice acetylene-filled photonic microcells by
tapering the large outer diameter kagomé fibers
and splicing their reduced ends to a single
mode fiber.
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Fano Resonances in High-Tc Superconducting
Metamaterials, Vassili A. Fedotov1, Jinhui Shi1,
Anagnostis Tsiatmas1, Peter de Groot1, Yifang Chen2,
Nikolay Zheludev1; 1Univ. of Southampton, UK,
2
Rutherford Appleton Lab, UK. We demonstrate
a millimeter-wave range metamaterial fabricated
from cuprate superconductor. Two complementary metamaterial structures have been studied,
which exhibit Fano resonances emerging from
the collective excitation of interacting magnetic
and electric dipole modes.
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Terahertz Resonance Splitting via Mutual
Coupling between Parallel-Plate Waveguide
Cavities, Victoria Astley, Rajind Mendis, Daniel
Mittleman; Rice Univ., USA. The inclusion of
multiple resonant cavities in a terahertz TE1-mode
parallel-plate waveguide induces splitting of the
fundamental resonance due to coupling between
the cavities. The resulting features have a higher
Q-value than the original resonance.
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New Organic Nonlinear Optical Crystal
BDAS-TP for Terahertz Applications, Masashi
Yoshimura1, Takeshi Matsukawa1, Yoshiaki Takemoto1, Kei Takeya1, Yoshinori Takahashi1, Hirohito
Umezawa2, Shuji Okada3, Masayoshi Tonouchi1,
Yasuo Kitaoka 1, Yusuke Mori 1; 1Osaka Univ.,
Japan, 2FNCT, Japan, 3Yamagata Univ., Japan.
Bis[4-dimethylamino-N-methyl-4-stilbazolium]
terephthanate (BDAS-TP) was newly designed as
an organic nonlinear optical material. Broadband
terahertz pulses have been generated in the single
crystal by optical rectification of 70 fs pulses from
Er-doped fiber laser.
$5V4tBN
Precision Spectroscopy of Atomic Mercury in
the Deep Ultraviolet Based on Fourth-Harmonic
Generation from an Optically Pumped ExternalCavity Semiconductor Laser, Justin Paul, Yushi
Kaneda, Tsuei-Lian Wang, Christian Lytle, Jerome
V. Moloney, Jason Jones; College of Optical Sciences,
Univ. of Arizona, USA. We demonstrate tunable
single-frequency operation and precision spectroscopy of the 61S0-63P1 mercury transition (254
nm) utilizing fourth-harmonic generation of an
optically pumped external-cavity semiconductor
laser. We furthermore characterize the intrinsically
narrow linewidth of the source.
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Carbon Nanotubes in a Photonic Metamaterial:
Giant Ultrafast Nonlinearity through PlasmonExciton Coupling, Andrey E. Nikolaenko 1,
Francesco De Angelis2, Stuart A. Boden3, Nikitas
Papasimakis1, Peter Ashburn3, Enzo Di Fabrizio2,
Nikolay I. Zheludev1; 1Optoelectronics Res. Ctr.,
Univ. of Southampton, UK, 2Italian Inst. of Technology and and the Univ. of Magna Graecia, Italy,
3
School of Electronics and Computer Science, Univ.
of Southampton, UK. We demonstrate that a combination of carbon nanotubes with metamaterial
offers a new paradigm for the development of a
media with exceptionally strong ultrafast nearinfrared nonlinear optical response which can be
controlled by metamaterial design.
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A Terahertz Two-Wire Waveguide with Low
Bending Loss, Marx K. Mbonye, Rajind Mendis,
Daniel M. Mittleman; Rice Univ., USA. We experimentally and numerically study the propagation of
terahertz radiation on a two-wire waveguide. We
find that this structure exhibits much lower bending losses than a single wire waveguide.
$5V3tQN
Ultrafast Integrated Optical Switching Based
on the Protein Bacteriorhodosin, László Fábián1,
Márk Merő2, Zsuzsanna Heiner1,3, Miklós Kiss3,
Károly Osvay3, András Dér1; 1Inst. of Biophysics,
Hungary, 2HAS Res. Group of Laser Physics, Hungary, 3Dept. of Optics and Quantum Electronics, Univ.
of Szeged, Hungary. The feasibility of a picosecond
photonic switch based on light-induced reaction
of the chromoprotein bacteriorhodopsin has been
experimentally studied. A possible future utilization of this switch could support an all-optical data
transfer at Tbit/s rate.
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Auto-Stabilization of Ring Lasers Based on
Whispering Gallery Mode Resonators, Benjamin
Sprenger, Harald G. L. Schwefel, L. J. Wang; MaxPlanck-Inst. for the Science of Light, Germany. We
present a stabilized ring laser using a whispering
gallery mode resonator. Experiments using microspheres with quality (Q) factors of 108 show
lasing linewidths down to 170 kHz, limited by the
resolution of the measurement.
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Extreme Tuning of Microphotonic Structures
Using Optical Forces, Gustavo S. Wiederhecker,
Sasikanth Manipatruni, Sunwoo Lee, Michal Lipson; Cornell Univ., USA. We show evidence of extreme tuning of micro-photonic resonances (31.4
nm) using optical gradient forces. We estimate the
static mechanical displacements to be as large as
60 nm using mW level optical powers.
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Self-Organized Nonadiabatic Optical NearField Assisted Sputtering for Repairing Surface
Scratches on Al2O3 Ceramic Substrate, Wataru
Nomura1, Takashi Yatsui1, Yoshihata Yanase2,
Kenji Suzuki2, Mitsuhiro Fujita2, Atsushi Kamata2,
Makoto Naruse3,1, Motoichi Ohtsu1; 1Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan, 2Covalent Materials Corp., Japan, 3NICT, Japan. The scratches on the surface of Al2O3 ceramics
were repaired by optical near-field assisted sputtering with laser irradiation of 473-nm wavelength
in a self-organized manner. Their average depth
decreased from 3.2 nm to 0.79 nm.
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Brillouin Scattering Property in Highly Nonlinear Photonic Crystal Fiber with Hybrid-Core
Structure, Weiwen Zou, Zuyuan He, Kazuo
Hotate; Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. Five Brillouin resonance peaks in two groups with monotonicallyincreased linear dispersion characteristics are
experimentally observed in highly-nonlinear
photonic crystal fiber with hybrid-core structure.
The acousto-optic overlapping-efficiency (~50%)
is verified. Temperature and strain dependences
are studied.
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Ultrafast Laser Inscribed Tm3+:Germanate Glass
Waveguide Laser at 1.9 μm, Flavio Fusari1, Robert
R. Thomson2, Gin Jose3, Fiona M. Bain1, Alexander
A. Lagatsky1, Nicholas D. Psaila2, Ajoy K. Kar2,
Animesh Jha3, Wilson Sibbett1, Christian T. A.
Brown1; 1J.F.Allen School of Physics and Astronomy,
Univ. of St. Andrews, UK, 2 School of Engineering
and Physical Sciences, Heriot-Watt Univ., UK, 3
Inst. of Material Res., Univ. of Leeds, UK. We report
guiding, lasing action and performance characterization at around 1.9 μm from an ultrafast laser
inscribed channel waveguide in a Tm3+-doped
fluorogermanate glass.
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Laser-Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition of
Silicon Nano-Layers in Air-Hole Microstructure Fibers, Di Xu1, Tong Chen1, Kevin P. Chen1,
Hao Wang2, Yongfeng Lu2, Yuankun Lin3; 1Dept.
of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. of
Pittsburgh, USA, 2Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
Univ. of Nebraska at Lincoln, USA, 3Dept. of Physics
and Geology, Univ. of Texas-Pan American, USA.
This paper presents a laser-assisted chemical vapor
deposition of silicon thin film and silicon thin film
long-period gratings inside a two-hole fiber and
photonic crystal fiber with hollow cores.
$5V5tBN
Chalcogenide Microporous Fibers for Nonlinear
Applications in Mid-Infrared, Bora Ung, Maksim
Skorobogatiy; École Polytechnique de Montréal,
Canada. A new type of microstructured fiber for
mid-IR is introduced. The chalcogenide microporous fiber allows extensive dispersion engineering
that enables red-shifting the zero-dispersion point
in the vicinity of CO2 laser lines and ultra-flat
dispersion windows.
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Continuous-Wave Solid-State Polymer Laser,
Christos Grivas1,2, Jing Yang1, Mart B. J. Diemeer1,
Alfred Driessen1, Markus Pollnau1; 1Integrated Optical Micro Systems, MESA+ Inst. for Nanotechnology, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands, 2Optoelectronics
Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK. Stable,
continuous-wave laser emission near 1060 nm
for a period of at least 2 h was demonstrated in
polymer channel waveguides doped with a Ndcomplex. Lasing was also achieved on the 878-nm,
quasi-three-level transition.
+5V$tQN
Rapid Fabrication of Silver Nanowires through
Photoreduction from Silver Nitrite in Anodic
Aluminum Oxide Template, Yu-Hsuan Lin, KunTso Chen, Jeng-Rong Ho; Dept. of Mecanical
Engineering, Natl. Chung Cheng Univ., Taiwan.
This study reports on a new photoreduction
approach for growing dense and continuous
silver nanowires from an anodic aluminum oxide
(AAO) template.
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Efficient Generation of Broad Raman Sidebands
in a Kagome-Lattice-Type Photonic Crystal
Fiber, Masayuki Katsuragawa1, Kanaka Raju
Pandiri1, Kentaro Shiraga1, Hiroshi Aoki1, Fetah
Benabid2, Francois Couny2, YingYing Wang2; 1Univ.
of Electro-Communications, Japan, 2Univ. of Bath,
UK. We report on the first generation of broad Raman sidebands by employing room-temperature
adiabatic Raman excitation in a parahydrogen
filled kagome-lattice-type hollow-core photoniccrystal-fiber. The sidebands span over 160 THz
with ultra-low pump laser power.
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Multi-Watt Operation of a Nd:YVO4 Microchip
Laser Incorporating a Synthetic Diamond Heat
Spreader, Rolf B. Birch, Patricia Millar, Alan J.
Kemp, David Burns; Inst. of Photonics, Univ. of
Strathclyde, UK. Output powers in excess of 2W are
reported for a microchip laser including diamond.
These compare to 0.3W without diamond for the
same configuration. Approaches to simultaneously
scaling of brightness are discussed.
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Direct Measurement of Electron Loss Rate in
Air, Arthur Dogariu, Mikhail N. Shneider, Richard
B. Miles; Princeton Univ., USA. We present direct
local measurements of electron attachment and
recombination rates in atmospheric air. Using a
microwave scattering based resonantly enhanced
multi-photon ionization scheme we monitor
the electron density dynamics with nanosecond
resolution.
Tuesday, May 18
+5V%
Cascaded Third Harmonic Generation in
Random Media, Wenji Wang1,2, Vito Roppo1,3,
Ksawery Kalinowski1, Dragomir N. Neshev1, Crina
Cojocaru3, Jose Trull3, Ramon Vilaseca3, Kestutis
Staliunas3, Wieslaw Z. Krolikowski1, Yuri Kivshar1;
1
Australian Natl. Univ., Australia, 2Nankai Univ.,
China, 3Univ. Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain. We
study nonlinear frequency generation in media
with random ferroelectric domain structure.
We show that randomness enables one to realize
broadband third harmonic generation via cascading of two second order quasi-phase matched
nonlinear processes.
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Competition between a cw Laser and a Frequency Comb Interacting with a Rb Vapor,
Marco Polo, Carlos A. C. Bosco, Lucio H. Acioli,
Daniel Felinto, Sandra S. Vianna; Dept. de Física,
Univ. Federal de PernambucoBrazil, Brazil. We
investigate the transmission of a cw laser interacting with rubidium vapor and a frequency comb.
The results reveal various regimes of competition
and the importance of optical pumping and power
broadening of the lasers.
+5V%
Bistability and Nonreciprocity in Nonlinear
Disordered Media, Ilya V. Shadrivov1, Konstantin
Y. Bliokh2, Yuri P. Bliokh3, Valentin Freilikher4, Yuri
S. Kivshar1; 1Australian Natl. Univ., Australia,
2
Natl. Univ. of Ireland, Ireland, 3Technion-Israel
Inst. of Technology, Israel, 4Bar-Ilan Univ., Israel.
We study wave transmission through nonlinear
random medium and predict novel effect resulting
from an interplay of nonlinearity and disorder.
We reveal that nonlinearity leads to bistable and
nonreciprocal transmission properties of the
localized modes.
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Nonlinear Transmission, Scattering and Optical
Limiting Studies of Graphene Dispersions, Jun
Wang, Mustafa Lotya, Yenny Hernandez, Jonathan
Coleman, Werner Blau; Trinity College Dublin,
Ireland. The unoxidized, defect-free graphene
dispersions exhibit broadband optical limiting
at 532nm and 1064nm. Nonlinear scattering,
originated from the thermally induced solvent
bubbles and microplasmas, is responsible for this
nonlinear behaviour.
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Slow Light Birefringence in Liquid Crystal
Light Valves, Stefania Residori1, Umberto Bortolozzo1, Jean-Pierre Huignard2; 1INLN, Univ. de
Nice-Sophia Antipolis, CNRS, France, 2Thales Res.
and Technology, France. By performing two-beam
coupling experiments in a liquid crystal lightvalve, we show that when slow-light occurs in
anisotropic media a large difference of the group
index result for orthogonal polarization states of
the input pulse.
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Controlling Cascade Third-Order and FifthOrder Nonlinear Optical Processes via Atomic
Coherence, Huaibin Zheng, Jing Zhang, Min
Xiao; Univ. of Arkansas, USA. We experimentally
investigate the effects of cascade third-order and
fifth-order nonlinear optical processes in a fourlevel atomic system. The relative strengths of these
high-order nonlinear optical processes can be manipulated by controlling the atomic coherence.
+5V%
Photonic Topological Crystals: Transport,
Curvature, and Geometric Potential, Alexander
Szameit1, Felix Dreisow2, Matthias Heinrich2,
Robert Keil2, Stefan Nolte2, Andreas Tünnermann2,
Stefano Longhi3; 1Physics Dept. and Solid State Inst.,
Technion-Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel, 2Inst. of
Applied Physics, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ., Germany,
3
Dept. di Fisica and Inst. di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR),
Politecnico di Milano, Italy. We report on the first
experimental realization of topological crystals,
solely formed by a geometric potential of an
undulated slab waveguide. Transport mechanisms
like Bloch oscillations and Zener tunneling are
demonstrated.
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Controllable Band-Gap Structure and Mini-Gap
Solitons in Two-Dimensional Photonic Superlattices, Xuetao Gan1, Sheng Liu1, Peng Zhang2,
Jianlin Zhao1; 1School of Science, Northwestern
Polytechnical Univ., China, 2Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, San Francisco State Univ., USA. We report
on the controllable band-gap structure and nonlinear localized states of light in two-dimensional
photonic superlattices. Bright gap solitons and
vortex solitons residing in an additional mini-gap
due to the extra periodicity are presented.
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Self-Organization of Second Order NLO Activity in Chromophore-Doped (cyano phenylene
sulfide) Polymers, Atsushi Sugita, Masashi
Morimoto, Yuhki Ishida, Nobuyuki Mase, Shigeru
Tasaka; Shizuoka Univ., Japan. We report second
order NLO activity in chromophore-doped poly
(cyano phenylene sulfide), transparent ferroelectric polymer, induced without conventional poling
procedure. Non-centrosymmetric structures were
self-organized just by sandwiching pair of electrodes with different surface energies.
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Enhanced Coherence of Weakly Coupled Lasers
due to Amplitude Nonlinear Dynamics., Micha
Nixon, Moti Fridman, Nir Davidson, Asher A.
Friesem; Weizmann Inst. of Science, Israel. A
theoretical model characterizing the coherence
and phase properties of two weakly coupled lasers
is presented. Our calculations show how amplitude
dynamics of non-phase locked lasers may enhance
coherence by nearly an order of magnitude.
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Broadly Tunable Narrowband Pump Pulses for
Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy,
Tullio Scopigno1, Michela Badioli1, Daniele Brida2,
Sofia Maria Kapetanaki 1, Marco Marangoni 2,
Emanuele Pontecorvo1, Alessia Quatela1, Giulio Cerullo2; 1Dept. di Fisica, Universita’ Roma “Sapienza”,
Italy, 2Lab for Ultrafast and Ultraintense Optical
Science – INFM-CNR, Dept. di Fisica, Politecnico
di Milano, Italy. Using spectral compression by
second-harmonic generation we generate pulses
with 10÷15 cm-1 linewidth, multi-µJ energy and
broad tunability from 330 to 510 nm. This source
is ideally suited as Raman pump for Stimulated
Raman Scattering.
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Photonic Analogue of Zitterbewegung and
Klein Tunneling in Optical Superlattices, Stefano Longhi; Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Optical
analogues of Klein tunneling and Zitterbewegung
for relativistic Dirac electrons are proposed for
spatial beam propagation in binary waveguide
superlattices.
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Surface Texturing of Dental Implant Surfaces
with an Ultrafast Fiber Laser, Bulent Oktem1,
Hamit Kalaycioglu1, Mutlu Erdoğan1, Seydi Yavaş1,
Pranab Mukhopadhyay1, Uygar H. Tazebay1, Yasar
Aykaç2, Koray Eken3, F. Ömer Ilday1; 1Bilkent
Univ., Turkey, 2Ankara Univ., Turkey, 3FiberLAST,
Ltd., Turkey. Controlled modification of implant
surfaces using femtosecond, picosecond and
nanosecond pulses from all-fiber-integrated lasers
is demonstrated. Picosecond and femtosecond
pulses offer superior control over the surface
texture. Cell attachment to laser textured surfaces
is discussed.
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Fabrication of Gold-Platinum Nanoparticles
by Intense, Femtosecond Laser Irradiation of
Aqueous Solution, Takahiro Nakamura, Yuliati
Herbani, Shunichi Sato; Tohoku Univ., Japan. Goldplatinum alloy nanoparticles were fabricated by
high-intensity femtosecond laser irradiation of
mixed aqueous solutions of auric and platinum
ions with different mixing ratios.
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Laser Assisted Microstructuring of Amorphous
Silicon for Microelectronics, Mahadi Halim,
Amin Abdolvand, Yongchang Fan, Saydulla Persheyev, Charles Main, Edik Rafailov, Mervyn Rose;
Univ. of Dundee, UK. We present experimental and
theoretical work on excimer laser microstructuring of hydrogenated amorphous silicon (a-Si:H)
films on molybdenum coated glass substrates, in
the form of sharp and conical poly-Si spikes, for
electron field emission applications.
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Towards Fast Femtosecond Laser Micromachining of Glass, Effect of Deposited Energy,
Sheeba Rajesh, Yves Bellouard; Eindhoven Univ. of
Technology, Netherlands. We report on the effect
of deposited energy for micro-machining of fused
silica using femtosecond laser irradiation followed
by chemical etching.
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Generation of Spatiotemporal Bessel-Gauss
Beams, Michaël Dallaire, Caroline Fortin, Michel
Piché, Nathalie McCarthy; Ctr. d’Optique, Photonique et Laser, Univ. Laval, Canada. Spatiotemporal Bessel-Gauss beams have been generated
with a zero-dispersion pulse shaper that uses a
reflective mask of annular shape. Such a setup acts
as spacetime axicon.
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Characterization of Pump-Induced Refractive Index Changes Observed in Nd 3+ and
Yb3+ Doped Laser Materials, Rémi Soulard1,2,
R. Moncorgé1, J. L. Doualan1, O. L. Antipov3, O.
N. Eremeykin3, A. Zinoviev3, E. V. Ivakin4, A. V.
Sukhadolau4; 1Univ. de Caen, France, 2Thales Res.
and Technology, France, 3Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation, 4Natl. Acad. of Sciences
of Belarus, Belarus. The refractive index changes
which can be induced in pumped Nd3+ and Yb3+
doped laser materials have been measured using
two pump-probe techniques. Transient signal
analysis allows to discriminate electronic and
thermal contributions.
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Influence of Surfactant on Shape and Oxidation of Copper Nanoparticles, Ram Gopal, Raj
Kumar Swarnkar, Subhash Chandra Singh; Univ. of
Allahabad, India. Influence of surfactant on shape
and oxidation of copper nanoparticles synthesized
by pulsed laser ablation in aqueous medium has
been studied.
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Laser Fabrication of 1-D Micro-Optical Components by Localized Vaporization and Bumping,
Krystian L. Wlodarczyk, Howard J. Baker, Denis
R. Hall; Heriot-Watt Univ., UK. A new approach
for fabrication of sub-millimetre width cylindrical
mirrors in fused silica by localized CO2 vaporization and bumping is presented. Formation of
reversed bumps and their removal by annealing
is investigated here.
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Femtosecond Laser Ablation Rates of Dielectric
Materials: Experiments and Modeling, Jeppe
Byskov-Nielsen1, Bjarke H. Christensen1,2, Dang Q.
S. Le1, Mehrnaz N. Christensen1, Peter Balling1;
1
Aarhus Univ., Denmark, 2Danish Technological
Inst., Denmark. Short-pulse laser ablation of
dielectrics is modeled using multiple-rate equations for the electronic excitation combined with
optical propagation. The model is compared to
single-shot experiments on well-defined singlecrystal samples.
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Characterization of a-Plane Green Light-Emitting Diodes Using Nanorod Lateral Overgrowth,
Shih-Chun Ling, Shih-Pang Chang, Tien-Chang
Lu, Hao-Chung Kuo, Shing-Chung Wang; Natl.
Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan. We have demonstrated
nanorod lateral overgrowth to reduce dislocation
density in a-plane GaN. Subsequently, we grow
green a-plane light-emitting diodes using nanorod
lateral overgrowth. Output power of 0.5 mW was
measured at 20 mA.
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Optical Absorption Enhancement in Silicon
Nanowire and Nanohole Arrays for Photovoltaic
Application, Chenxi Lin, Michelle L. Povinelli;
Ming Hsieh Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Univ.
of Southern California, USA. We simulate the optical properties of silicon nanowire and nanohole
arrays using the transfer matrix method. For
optimized parameters, the structures are more
absorptive than an optimal single-layer ARcoated thin film.
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Investigating Non-Radiative Energy Transfer
in Quantum-Dot-Based White Light Emitting
Diodes, Fan Zhang 1, Chunfeng Zhang 1, Jian
Xu1, Min Joo Park2, Joon Seop Kwak2, Suzanne E.
Mohney1; 1Penn Sate Univ., USA, 2Sunchon Natl.
Univ., Republic of Korea. We fabricated an InGaN
nanorod LED structure coupled with colloidal
quantum-dot (QD) phosphors. Time-resolved
photoluminescence measurements for nanorod
structures with and without QD coating were
performed to study the direct MQW-to-QD nonradiative energy transfer.
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Nanostructured Semipolar LEDs for Solid-State
Lighting, H. C. Kuo, Taeil Jung, P.-C. Ku; Dept.
of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Univ. of Michigan, USA. We analyzed the electrical characteristics of nanostructured semipolar
InGaN light-emitting diodes and showed that they
exhibited superior optical and electrical properties
to the polar light-emitting diodes. A large scale
fabrication strategy is proposed.
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Plasmonic Thin-Film Solar Cells, Ragip Pala,
Justin White, Mark Brongersma; Stanford Univ./
Geballe Lab, USA. A combined computationalexperimental study optimizing plasmon-enhanced
absorption in thin film solar cells presented.
We investigate the effect of different geometries
where 2-dimensional periodic-aperiodic arrays
of metal nanostructures sit above or below the
active material.
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Hole Shape Effect of Photonic Crystals on
the Guided Resonance Modes in GaN-Based
Ultra-Thin Film-Transferred Light-Emitting
Diodes, Chun-Feng Lai1, C. H. Chao2, H. C.
Kuo1, P. Yu1, W. Y. Yeh2; 1Natl. Chiao-Tung Univ.,
Taiwan, 2Industrial Technology Res. Inst., Taiwan.
The guided resonance mode affected the different
hole shapes of photonic crystals in GaN ultra-thin
film-transferred light-emitting diodes. The ellipsehole PhC extracted a fewer modes than the regular
PhC due to the lattice symmetry break.
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GaAs Nanowire/PEDOT:PSS Hybrid Solar Cells,
Jiun-Jie Chao, Shu-Chia Shiu, Ching-Fuh Lin;
Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan. A new type of hybrid
solar cells based on a heterojunction between
PEDOT:PSS and vertically-aligned n-type GaAs
nanowire arrays is investigated. Such solar cells
exhibit a power conversion efficiency of 3.46 %.
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Simulation of Three-fold Symmetric Photonic
Crystal (3PC) Structures on Top of GaN LEDs,
Simeon Trieu 1, Xiaomin Jin 1, Chang Xiong 2,
Xingxing Fu2, Xiangning Kang2, Guoyi Zhang2,
Bei Zhang2; 1California polytechnic State Univ.,
USA, 2Peking Univ., China. A 3-fold symmetric
photonic-crystal grating is simulated using
improved FDTD-model. Transmission gratings
are optimized. Then, the best cases are simulated
in GaN-LED models. The maximum extraction
efficiency improvement is 40x greater compared
to conventional LEDs.
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Hollow Core Fiber with an Octave Spanning
Bandgap, Francesco Poletti; Optoelectronics Res.
Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK. We demonstrate
that amongst all known lattices, a triangular arrangement of interconnected resonators generates
the widest possible out-of-plane bandgap. A photonic bandgap fiber with an octave spanning transmission range is presented for the first time.
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In situ Solution Doping Technique for Novel
Geometry Rare-Earth Doped Fiber Fabrication,
Andrew S. Webb, Alexander J. Boyland, Robert J.
Standish, Dejiao Lin, Shaif-ul Alam, Jayanta K.
Sahu; Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK. We report on the fabrication and characterization of an YDFL with a pedestal geometry
fabricated using an in-situ solution doping process.
The fiber has a unique non-stressed inner-cladding
and exhibits good efficiency.
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High Power Fiber Amplifier for Advanced Virgo,
Caroline Gréverie1, Alain Brillet1, Catherine Nary
Man1, Walid Chaibi1, Jean Pierre Coulon1, Kristoff
Feliksik2; 1Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, France,
2
Nufern, USA. We present preliminary results to
characterize a 100 W laser amplifier. These measurements (the laser frequency and power stability,
the beam geometry) show that the system fits the
future generation of gravitational waves antennas
requirements.
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Low Repetition Rate High-Energy Fiber Oscillator, Dirk Mortag1, Christian Hapke1, Dieter
Wandt1,2, Uwe Morgner1,2,3, Dietmar Kracht1,2, Jörg
Neumann 1,2; 1Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.,
Germany, 2Ctr. for Quantum-Engineering and
Space-Time Res. - QUEST, Germany, 3Inst. für
Quantenoptik, Leibniz Univ. Hannover, Germany.
We report on a passively mode-locked normaldispersive fiber laser emitting pulses with a
pulse energy of 41 nJ. The repetition rate of the
oscillator was 2.09 MHz. The pulses could be
dechirped to 1 ps.
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24 nm Wavelength Tunable High Duty-Cycle,
Self-Starting Figure-Eight Fiber Laser, Seong-sik
Min, Simon Fleming; Univ. of Sydney, Australia.
The operation of a 24nm wavelength tunable
self-starting, passively harmonic modelocked,
figure-eight laser is experimentally demonstrated.
Stable pulses with near half duty-cycle are produced at repetition rates of up to 2.72GHz at
1550nm wavelength.
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Ultra-Short Cavity Distributed Bragg Reflector
Er-Doped Fiber Laser for Temperature-Insensitive Bending Measurement, Weisheng Liu1,2, Tuan
Guo1, Hongjun Wang1, Da Chen1, Chi-lun Allan
Wong1, Hwa-Yaw Tam1, Chao Lu1, Sailing He2;
1
Hong Kong Polytechnic Univ., China, 2Zhejiang
Univ., China. We introduce a bending sensor by
measuring the beat frequency shift of a DBR fiber
laser. The polarization beat frequency of the DBR
laser exhibits high sensitivity to fiber bending
while immune to temperature change.
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Enhancement of Transmission by Optimization
of Crystal Structure of Silicon-Core Optical Fiber, Vladimir V. Velmiskin1, Nikolay N. Kononov2,
Vasiliy V. Koltashev1, Elena B. Kryukova1, Liudmila
D. Iskhakova1, Sergey V. Lavrischev1, Victor G. Plotnichenko1, Sergei L. Semjonov1, Evgeniy M. Dianov1;
1
Fiber Optics Res. Ctr., Russian Acad. of Sciences,
Russian Federation, 2General Physics Inst., Russian
Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation. Silicon-core
optical fibers were fabricated by the “rod-in-tube”
method. Optical losses were reduced to the level
of 11-12 dB/cm in a wavelength range of 1.5-6.7
μm owing to a post-drawing treatment similar to
zone melting.
Tuesday, May 18
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Enhanced Surface Plasmon Coupling Effect
with a Metal/SiO2/GaN Structure for Further
Improving the Emission Efficiency of a LightEmitting Diode, Kun-Ching Shen, Cheng-Yen
Chen, Yen-Cheng Lu, Che-Hao Liao, Chih-Yen
Chen, Chieh Hsieh, C. C. Yang; Natl. Taiwan Univ.,
Taiwan. Further enhancement of the efficiency of
an InGaN/GaN quantum well (QW) light-emitting
diode (LED) through QW coupling with surface
plasmons generated on Ag nano-gratings by
inserting a SiO2 layer between semiconductor and
metal is demonstrated.
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Internal Quantum Efficiency Measurement
in InGaN/GaN UV LEDs with Patterned Sapphire Substrate by Photoluminescence and
Electroluminescence Method, Chao-Hsun Wang,
Ching-Hua Chiu, Chih-Chun Ke, Hao-Chung Kuo,
Tien-Chang Lu, Shing-Chung Wang; Dept. of Photonic & Inst. of Electro-Optical Engineering, Taiwan.
Internal quantum efficiency (IQE) of InGaN-based
ultraviolet light emitting diodes (LED) grown on
patterned sapphire substrate (PSS) and flat sapphire were measured by photoluminescence and
electroluminescence methods. The IQE improvement of PSS LED is significant.
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Stable and Wavelength-Tunable High-Speed
Short Pulse Generation from a Rational Harmonic Mode-Locked Short-Cavity Fiber Laser
Using a Bismuth-Based Erbium-Doped Fiber
and a Bismuth-Based Nonlinear Fiber, Yutaka
Fukuchi, Joji Maeda; Tokyo Univ. of Science, Japan.
We demonstrate a rational harmonic mode-locked
short-cavity laser employing a bismuth-oxidebased erbium-doped fiber and a bismuth-oxidebased highly nonlinear fiber. Stable short pulses
up to 40GHz are obtained over the wavelength
tuning range covering the CL-band.
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PbSe Quantum Dots Liquid-Core Fiber, Ali
Hreibi1, Frédéric Gérôme1, Jean-Louis Auguste1,
Quanqin Dai2, William W Yu2, Jean-Marc Blondy1;
1
Univ. de Limoges, France, 2Worcester Polytechnic
Inst., USA. A liquid-core fiber has been experimentally investigated by inserting PbSe/toluene
solution media in the hollow-core of a capillary
waveguide. Upon pumping by a 532nm-CW laser,
a good amplified stimulated emission in 1290nm
band was obtained.
Tuesday, May 18
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Coexistence of Scalar Dissipative Solitons
along Different Polarization Axes in a Highly
Birefringent Fiber Laser with SESAM, Luming
Zhao1, Dingyuan Tang1, Wu Xuan1, Han Zhang1,
Hwa yaw Tam2; 1School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological Univ.,
Singapore, 2Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Hong
Kong Polytechnic Univ., Hung Hom, Hong Kong,
China, Singapore. Coexistence of scalar dissipative solitons along the two orthogonally polarized
directions of a fiber laser is observed. Due to the
large cavity birefringence, the dissipative solitons
along different polarization axes have different
group velocities.
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Design Principle for Low Bending Losses in
All-Solid Photonic Bandgap Fibers, Tadashi
Murao, Kunimasa Saitoh, Koyuru Nagao, Masanori
Koshiba; Graduate School of Information Science
and Technology, Hokkaido Univ., Japan. The
structural dependence of factors which mainly
affect a bending loss property is theoretically
investigated in all-solid photonic bandgap fibers.
A design principle for realizing a low bending loss
is successfully figured out.
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Timing Jitter Characteristics of Ultrashort
Optical Pulse Generator Using Mach-ZehnderModulator-Based Flat Comb Generator, Isao
Morohashi 1, Takahide Sakamoto 1, Hideyuki
Sotobayashi1,2, Tetsuya Kawanishi1, Iwao Hosako1;
1
NICT, Japan, 2Aoyama Gakuin Univ., Japan. We
report on timing jitter characteristics of ultrashort
pulse trains generated by a Mach-Zehnder-modulator-based flat comb generator. By phase noise
measurements, the rms timing jitter of our pulse
generator was estimated to be 70 fs.
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154 kHz, Ultra-Low Repetition Rate, HighEnergy Pulse, Polarization Maintaining, Erdoped Fiber Laser Using Single Wall Carbon
Nanotube Polyimide Film, Yumiko Senoo 1,
Norihiko Nishizawa 1, Youichi Sakakibara 2,
Kazuhiko Sumimura1, Emiko Itoga2, Hiromichi
Kataura2, Kazuyoshi Itoh1; 1Osaka Univ., Japan,
2
AIST, Japan. Long ring-cavity, all-polarization
maintaining, Er-doped fiber laser using single
wall carbon nanotube polyimide film was demonstrated. Output pulses with pulse energy of
0.7~2.6 nJ were obtained at ultra low repetition
rate of 943~154 kHz.
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Method and Algorithm for All-Fiber Coherent
Combining through Refractive Index Control
in Yb-Doped Fibers, Andrei Fotiadi1,2, Elena
Preda1, Oleg Antipov3, Patrice Mégret1; 1Univ. of
Mons, Belgium, 2Ioffe Physical-Technical Inst., Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation, 3Inst. of
Applied Physics, Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian
Federation. We report all-fiber coherent combining technique utilizing refractive index control in
Yb-doped fibers. Algorithm based on the two-level
population inversion model is shown to support
servo loop service suitable for combining of 50-100
fiber amplifiers.
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Study of SWCNT Diameter Influence on
Mode-Locked Erbium-Doped Fiber Laser Performance, Henrique G. Rosa, Paulo G. Komninos,
Eunézio A. de Souza; Mackenzie Univ., Brazil. We
report a study about bandwidth maximization in
Erbium-doped-Fiber-Laser Mode-locked by thin
films incorporating Carbon-Nanotubes with 0.8
and 1.0 nm diameters. 5.7 nm maximum bandwidth were achieved with 1.0 nm CNT and 37%
films transmittance.
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Generation of 63-nJ Pulses from a Fiber Oscillator Mode-Locked by Nanotubes, Daniel Popa,
Zhipei Sun, Felice Torrisi, Tawfique Hasan, Fengqiu
Wang, Andrea C. Ferrari; Univ. of Cambridge, UK.
We mode-lock a fiber oscillator with cavity length
of ~1500m using nanotubes, achieving 1.55ps
pulses with pulse energy up to 63nJ at 134 KHz
repetition rate.
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Formation, Sprinkling, Trapping and Annihilation of Pulses in Passively Mode-Locked Fiber
Lasers with Modulated Noise, Alon Schwartz,
Rafi Weill, Michael Katz, Alexander Bekker,
Vladimir Smulakovsky, Baruch Fischer; Technion
- Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel. Injection of
modulated noise into mode-locked fiber lasers
provides rich pulses formation and sprinkling
effects with trapping and annihilation centers in
the cavity. The lightning experiment demonstration is accompanied by statistical light-mode
dynamics analysis.
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All-Fiber All-Normal Dispersion Laser with an
in-Fiber Lyot Filter, Kıvanç Özgören, F. Ömer
Ilday; Bilkent Univ., Turkey. We propose use of a
short PM-fiber section as birefringent medium to
construct an all-fiber Lyot filter, with bandwidth
adjustable through the PM-fiber length. An allfiber all-normal-dispersion laser is demonstrated
using standard components only.
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Second and Third Harmonics Generation in
Tellurite Microstructured Fibers, Guanshi Qin,
Meisong Liao, Chihiro Kito, Xin Yan, Takenobu
Suzuki, Yasutake Ohishi; Toyota Technological
Inst., Japan. We demonstrate the second and third
harmonics generation in tellurite microstructured fibers pumped by a 1557 nm femtosecond
fiber laser.
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Gain Enhancement in Hybrid Fiber Raman/
Parametric Amplifiers, S. H. Wang, P. K. A. Wai;
Hong Kong Polytechnic Univ., Hong Kong. We proposed a hybrid fiber Raman/parametric amplifier
which can have significant gain enhancement over
that of a Raman-assisted fiber optical parametric
amplifier using the same length of fiber, Raman
and parametric pump powers.
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All-Fiber, Versatile Picosecond Time-Lens Light
Source and Its Application to Cerenkov Radiation Generation in Higher Order Mode Fiber,
Ke Wang, Jennifer H. Lee, Yitang Dai, Ji Cheng,
Chris Xu; Cornell Univ., USA. We demonstrate an
all-fiber, 2-ps, 1063-nm source using time-lens
compression of a continuous-wave laser, with
variable repetition rates, pulse sequence, and
alternating pulse amplitude. We demonstrate
Cerenkov radiation in a higher-order-mode fiber
using the source.
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Bismuth-Oxide-Based Ytterbium-Doped Double-Clad Fiber, Seiki Ohara; Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.,
Japan. Ytterbium-doped bismuth-oxide-based
double-clad fiber was fabricated. The absorbance
of a core was 1430 dB/m. Fiber lasers were demonstrated with a resonator of a FBG and a splicing
point with a high refractive index glass.
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A Film-Type Saturable Absorber with P3HTIncorporated Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes
Coated on Polyamide and Its Application to
a Femtosecond Fiber Laser, Fumio Shohda1,
Masataka Nakazawa1, Junji Mata2, Jun Tsukamoto2;
1
Res. Inst. of Electrical Communication, Tohoku
Univ., Japan, 2Electronic and Imaging Materials
Res. Labs, Toray Industries Inc., Japan. We report a
film-type SWNT/P3HT (poly-3-hexylthiophene)
saturable absorber coated on polyamide, in which
the saturable absorption effect can be controlled
with the number of films. A 113-fs, 42-MHz pulse
was successfully generated with two films.
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Supercontinuum Generation in Tapered Fibres
Embedded in Silica Aerogel, Matthew D. Rollings1, Michael D. W. Grogan1, Limin Xiao1, Richard
England2, Tim A. Birks1, William J. Wadsworth1;
1
Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Bath, UK, 2Dept. of
Chemical Engineering, Univ. of Bath, UK. We
demonstrate spectral broadening in tapered optical fibres embedded in silica aerogel. The aerogel
provides protection to the taper without noticeably
affecting the refractive and dispersive properties
or power handling.
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Effective Area Scaling of the Multifilament Fiber
Core, Guillaume Canat1, Laurent Lombard1, Ron
Spittel2, Sylvia Jetschke2, Pierre Bourdon1; 1ONERA,
France, 2Inst. of Photonic Technology, Germany.
Multifilament fiber core (MFC) design enables
low NA fiber using high index materials. We study
the scaling of MFC effective area using an effective
step-index model. MFC fibers mixes step index
and multicore fibers properties.
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An 88 fs Fiber Soliton Laser at 1.56 μm Using a
Quantum Well Saturable Absorber with an Ultrafast Intersubband Transition, Fumio Shohda1,
Masataka Nakazawa1, Ryoichi Akimoto2, Hiroshi
Ishikawa2; 1Res. Inst. of Electrical Communication,
Tohoku Univ., Japan, 2Network Photonics Res.
Ctr., AIST, Japan. We report a 1.5 μm passively
mode-locked fiber laser that uses an ultrafast intersubband transition (ISBT) in a quantum well
as a saturable absorber. An 88 fs, 42 MHz soliton
pulse was successfully generated.
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Asynchronous Rational Harmonic ModeLocked Er-Doped Fiber Soliton Laser, ChiaHao Chang1, Siao-Shan Jyu1, Wei- Wei Hsiang2,
Yinchieh Lai1; 1Natl. Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan,
2
Fu Jen Catholic Univ., Taiwan. An asynchronous
rational harmonic mode-locked fiber laser is
demonstrated. Through the asynchronous modelocking mechanism, the output pulse train has a
wider optical spectrum and very uniform amplitudes with the un-wanted harmonic frequency
components highly suppressed.
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High Quantum Efficiency of Nd 3+-Doped
ZBLAN Glass under Sunlight Excitation,
Takenobu Suzuki1, Hiroyuki Kawai1, Hiroyuki
Nasu1, Mark Hughes1, Yasutake Ohishi1, Shitaro
Mizuno2, Hiroshi Ito2, Kazuo Hasegawa2; 1Toyota
Technological Inst., Japan, 2Toyota Central Res. and
Development Labs Inc., Japan. The quantum efficiency of Nd3+-doped ZBLAN glass under sunlight
excitation was measured as more than 70%, which
would be due to the low loss in the VIS-UV region
and phonon energy of the glass.
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All-Fiber Q-Switched Single-Frequency TmDoped Laser, Jihong Geng1, Qing Wang1, Jake
Smith1, Tao Luo1, Farzin Amzajerdian2, Shibin Jiang1; 1AdValue Photonics Inc., USA, 2NASA Langley
Res. Ctr., USA. We present an all-fiber Q-switched
single-frequency laser oscillator operating in
the eye-safe region at 1950nm, which is, to our
best knowledge, the first demonstration of a Qswitched single-frequency fiber laser near 2μm.
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Micro- and Nanostructure Induced Birefringence in Phosphate Glass Fibers, Axel Schulzgen1,2, Li Li2, Xiushan Zhu2, Valery L. Temyanko2,
Nasser Peyghambarian2; 1Univ. of Central Florida,
USA, 2Univ. of Arizona, USA. We demonstrate that
microstructures inside the cladding of phosphate
fiber as well as sub-wavelength nanostructures
inside the fiber core can introduce birefringence
in phosphate glass fiber components.
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Stable Photonic Crystal Fiber Sensor for UltraHigh Temperature Measurements, Vittoria
Finazzi1, Gianluca Coviello1, Joel Villatoro1, Valerio
Pruneri1,2; 1ICFO, Spain, 2ICREA, Spain. We have
developed a stable photonic crystal fiber sensor
for ultra-high temperature measurements (up
to 1000°C). We show that the sensor head needs
a long thermal annealing to achieve a stable
functionality level.
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Modes in Fiber Random Laser, Valentin Freilikher1, Yury Bliokh2, Noemi Lizárraga3, Elena
Chaikina3, Eugenio Méndez3; 1Bar-Ilan Univ., Israel,
2
Technion-Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel, 3CICESE,
Mexico. We present the results of the experimental
and theoretical studies of the random laser based
on an Er/Ge co-doped single-mode fiber with
randomly spaced Bragg gratings.
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High-power Narrow-band Pulsed Tm-Doped
Silica Fiber Lasers, Jianqiu Xu, Lin Xu, Yulong
Tang; Shanghai Inst. of Optics and Fine Mechanics,
Chinese Acad. of Sciences, China. Pulsed Tm-doped
fiber lasers operated at 1940 nm are demonstrated
with average power of 120W and emission bandwidth of 0.8 nm. The pulsed width is about 50 ns
at repetition rate of 50 kHz.
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Photodarkening Resistant Yb/Ce/Al Silica
980 nm Fiber Laser, Mikael Malmström1, Pär
Jelger1, Magnus Engholm2, Fredrik Laurell1; 1Dept.
of Applied Physics, Royal Inst. of Technology, Sweden, 2Fiber Optic Valley AB, Sweden. A linearly
polarized fiber laser emitting at 979 nm with an
output power of 2 W is presented. By using a
photodarkening-resistant Yb/Ce/Al-codoped
silica fiber, degradation-free operation is achieved
over several hours.
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83% Net Efficiency in Generating 700 mW of cw
Blue by IR Diode Laser Doubling with PPKTP,
Koustubh S. Danekar, Ali Khademian, David
Shiner; Univ. of North Texas, USA. We report on
high efficiency resonant doubling using PPKTP,
creating 700 mW of 486 nm output power using
840 mW of input power from an IR semiconductor
laser. The overall conversion efficiency is 83%.
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Sellmeier and Thermo-Optic Dispersion Formulas for CsTiOAsO4, K. Kato1, N. Umemura1, T.
Mikami1,2; 1Chitose Inst. of Science and Technology,
Japan, 2Okamoto Optics Work, Inc., Japan. The
high-accuracy Sellmeier equations for CsTiOAsO4 that reproduce correctly the type-2 SHG
and SFG in the 0.4121-1.5915μm range and the
90° phase-matched OPO in the 0.7337-2.4793μm
range are presented together with the thermo-optic
dispersion formula.
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Broadband Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman
Scattering Spectroscopy Using a Quasi-Supercontinuum Light Source, Kazuhiro Tada, Naoki
Karasawa; Chitose Inst. of Science and Technology,
Japan. Broadband coherent anti-Stokes Raman
scattering spectroscopy was performed successfully for the first time using a quasi-supercontinuum
light source in the wavelength range from 0.85
to 1.1 micrometer generated from a photonic
crystal fiber.
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Continuously Tunable, High-Energy MidInfrared Optical-Parametric Oscillation by
Angular Tuning of PPMgLN with Tilted QPM
Structures, Hideki Ishizuki, Takunori Taira; Inst.
for Molecular Science, Japan. Continuously tunable
mid-infrared OPO with output energy of several
mJ around 3 μm range could be realized by angular
tuning of large-aperture PPMgLN device with
tilted QPM structures.
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Phase Noise Measurement of Mode Locked
Lasers Using Guided Wave PPKTP Balanced
Cross Correlators, Amir H. Nejadmalayeri1,
Jonathan A. Cox1, Jungwon Kim2, Franco N. C.
Wong1, Tony D. Roberts3, Philip Battle3, Franz X.
Kärtner1; 1MIT, USA, 2KAIST, Republic of Korea,
3
AdvR Inc., USA. Channel waveguides in PPKTP
are used to demonstrate a guided wave balanced
cross correlator in the telecom band. The device is
used to measure the relative timing jitter between
two 200 MHz fiber lasers.
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Intense and Stable High-Order Harmonics
from Carbon Using the Plasma Harmonic
Method, Elouga Bom Luc Bertrand1, Jalal AbdulHadi1, Yoann Pertot1, V. Ravi Bhardwaj2, Tsuneyuki
Ozaki1; 1INRS, Canada, 2Univ. of Ottawa, Canada.
We study high-order harmonic generation from
plasma that are created from bulk carbon target.
We obtained high-order harmonic energy in the
multi-microjoule range for the 11th to the 17th
harmonic.
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Self-Induced Temporal and Spectral Polarization Changes in Silicon Nanowire Waveguides,
Brian A. Daniel, Govind P. Agrawal; Inst. of
Optics, Univ. of Rochester, USA. We show through
numerical simulations that optical pulses in silicon
waveguides can undergo significant self-induced
changes in their polarization state. These changes
are mediated mostly by free-carrier dispersion and
depend on waveguide dimensions.
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Determination of Dispersion and Nonlinear Coefficients of Photonic Crystal Fibers by Degenerated FWM Method, Wenping Ge1,2, Aoxiang Lin1,3,
Cyril Guintrand1, Jean Toulouse1; 1Physics Dept.,
Lehigh Univ., USA, 2College of Information Science
and Engineering, Xinjiang Univ., China, 3State
Key Lab of Transient Optics and Photonics, Xi’an
Inst. of Optics and Precision Mechanics (XIOPM),
China. By using degenerated four wave mixing
method and counting the efficiency of the newly
created frequency, we easily obtained dispersion,
dispersion slope, and nonlinear coefficients by
fitting the experimental data with several wellknown functions.
+5V%
Enhanced Nonlinear Generation in DC-Induced
Three Wave Mixing Versus Four Wave Mixing,
Christopher A. Sapiano, J. Stewart Aitchison, Li
Qian; Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Univ. of Toronto, Canada. A comparison is made
between DC-induced three wave mixing and four
wave mixing processes. Enhanced nonlinear generation terms offer significant advantages for the
DC-induced process across a wide range of pulse
widths despite dispersion disadvantages.
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Second Harmonic Generation from AlGaAs
High Contrast Gratings, Thai-Truong Tran,
Vadim Karagodsky, Yi Rao, Roger Chen, Chris
Chase, Linus Chuang, Connie J. Chang-Hasnain;
Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA. The polarization dependence of second harmonic generation
from AlGaAs gratings has been studied. We show
that SHG depends on both the orientation of the
grating bars with respect to crystal axes and the
grating design.
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Impact of Raman Gain Spectral Effects on the
Soliton Self-Frequency Shift in Silica and As2S3
fibers, Alexander C. Judge, Ravi Pant, Martijn
de Sterke, Benjamin Eggleton; CUDOS, School of
Physics, Univ. of Sydney, Australia. We theoretically
compare the soliton self-frequency shift in silica
and As2S3 glasses. We find very similar behavior
even though the shape of the Raman spectra are
very different.
+5V%
Photonic Generation of Square Waveform Based
on Fiber Optical Parametric Oscillator, Sigang
Yang, Chi Zhang, Yue Zhou, Kenneth K. Y. Wong;
Univ. of Hong Kong, China. We demonstrate photonic generation of square waveform using fiber
optical parametric oscillator without the external
signal source. Stable square waveform pulse train
at the repetition rate of 1.133 GHz is achieved.
+5V%
Direct Backward Third Harmonic Generation in
Nanostructures, Chieh-Feng Chang1, Hsing-Chao
Chen1, Miin-Jang Chen1, Wei-Rein Liu2, WenFeng Hsieh2, Chia-Hung Hsu2,3, Chao-Yu Chen1,
Fu-Hsiung Chang1, Che-Hang Yu1, Chi-Kuang
Sun1,4; 1Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 2Natl. Chiao
Tung Univ., Taiwan, 3Natl. Synchrotron Radiation
Res. Ctr., Taiwan, 4Academia Sinica, Taiwan. We
theoretically and experimentally demonstrated
that direct backward third harmonic generation
(THG) waves can be comparable in magnitude
with forward THG waves in nanostructures, such
as ZnO thin films and nanoparticles of CdSe
and Fe3O4.
Tuesday, May 18
+5V%
Investigating the Surface of Nanoparticles
by Second Harmonic Generation, Sarina
Wunderlich1,2, Ulf Peschel1, Benedikt Schürer3,
Wolfgang Peukert3; 1Inst. of Optics, Information and
Photonics, Friedrich-Alexander-Univ., Germany,
2
Erlangen Graduate School of Advanced Optical
Technology, Friedrich-Alexander-Univ., Germany,
3
Inst. of Particle Technology, Friedrich-AlexanderUniv., Germany. We investigate Second Harmonic
Generation at the surface of nanoparticles both
by modeling and experiment. We present an ab
initio simulation method, which allows deducing
surface properties as well as the nature of adsorbed
molecules.
+5V%
Symmetrically-Coupled SOAs Exhibit Optical
Bistability, Pablo A. Costanzo-Caso1,2, Michael
Gehl1, Sergio Granieri1, Azad Siahmakoun1; 1Dept.
of Physics and Optical Engineering, Rose-Hulman
Inst. of Technology, USA, 2Facultad de Ingenieria,
Univ. Nacional de La Plata, Argentina. An optical
switch based-on two electrically coupled SOAs
is demonstrated. Experiments show switching
frequencies in MHz range with 4 dB contrast ratio.
The performance can be improved up to GHz
range employing photonic integrated devices.
+5V%
Filamentation in Air at 1550 nm, James K. Gruetzner1, Ryan J. Law1, Thomas R. Nelson1, Nichelle
L. Bruner2, Ian T. Kohl2; 1Sandia Natl. Labs, USA,
2
Voss Scientific, USA. We report air filamentation by a 1550 nm subpicosecond pulse. During
filamentation, the continuum generated was less
than expected. A large amount of third harmonic
was also generated.
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Time-Resolved Picosecond Pure-Rotational
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy for
Thermometry and Species Concentration in
Flames, Christopher J. Kliewer1, Roger Farrow1,
Thomas Seeger2, Johannes Kiefer2, Bryan Patterson1, Yi Gao2, Thomas B. Settersten1; 1Sandia
Natl. Labs, USA, 2Univ. Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany. Time-resolved picosecond pure-rotational
coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy is
demonstrated for thermometry and species concentration determination in flames. Time-delaying
the probe pulse enables successful suppression of
unwanted signals. A theoretical model is under
development.
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Nonlinear Beam Reflection by Negative Defects
in Photonic Lattices, Jiandong Wang1, Jianke
Yang2, Zhuoyi Ye3, Alex Miller3, Yi Hu3,4, Cibo Lou3,
Peng Zhang4, Zhigang Chen3,4; 1Univ. of Electronic
Science and Technology of China, China, 2Univ.
of Vermont, USA, 3Nankai Univ., China, 4San
Francisco State Univ., USA. We demonstrate that
a nonlinear beam is reflected by a negative defect
in photonic lattices if the incident angle is below a
threshold. This phenomenon can be used to control beam propagation in photonic lattices.
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Tuesday, May 18
+5V%
Room-Temperature Operation of λ≈3.7μm
Ga0.47In0.53As/Al0.48In0.52As Quantum Cascade
Laser Sources, Min Jang1, Robert W. Adams1,
Jianxin Chen2, Claire Gmachl2, Liwei Cheng3,
Fow-Sen Choa3, Mikhail A. Belkin1; 1Univ. of
Texas at Austin, USA, 2Princeton Univ., USA,
3
Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA. We
report room-temperature operation of λ≈3.7μm
InGaAs/AlInAs/InP quantum cascade lasers
based on frequency doubling with ~2mW/W2
conversion efficiencies. Similar devices based
on 1% strain-compensated materials can operate
at λ=3-3.7μm.
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Limitations to the Power Output and Efficiency
of Mid-Infrared Quantum Cascade Lasers Imposed by Transport, Yamac Dikmelik1, Jacob
B. Khurgin1, Peter Q. Liu2, Matthew D. Escarra2,
Anthony J. Hoffman2, Kale J. Franz2, Claire F.
Gmachl2; 1Johns Hopkins Univ., USA, 2Princeton
Univ., USA. We use a density-matrix framework
to evaluate the wallplug efficiency of mid-infrared
quantum cascade lasers. We assess the limitations
to maximum current and internal efficiency,
imposed by injection coupling and current leakage, respectively.
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Narrow-Linewidth, Single-Mode, Partial
Reflector External Cavity Quantum Cascade
Laser, Richard A. Cendejas1, Mark C. Phillips2,
Tanya L. Myers2, Matthew S. Taubman2; 1Princeton
Univ., USA, 2Pacific Northwest Natl. Lab, USA.
A simple external-cavity quantum cascade laser
utilizing optical feedback from a partial reflector
is reported. Using a ~9.6μm QCL and off-the-shelf
optics we demonstrate single-mode continuous
tuning of 2.46cm -1 with ~40mW power and
~2.5MHz linewidth.
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True Random Number Generator Based on the
Phase Noise of Laser, Yu Liu, Wenzhuo Tang,
Hong Guo; Peking Univ., China. We present a true
random number generator with the high generation rate of 80 Mbit/s, based on the measurement
of the phase noise of a single mode vertical cavity
surface emitting laser (VCSEL).
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Effect of Inhomogeneously Broadened Linewidth on the Phase Recovery of Quantum-Dot
Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers, Jungho
Kim1, Christian Meuer2, Dieter Bimberg2, Gadi
Eisenstein2,3; 1Dept. of Information Display, Kyung
Hee Univ., Republic of Korea, 2Inst. fuer Festkoerperphysik, Technische Univ. Berlin, Germany,
3
Electrical Engineering Dept., Technion, Israel. We
numerically demonstrate the phase recovery of
quantum-dot (QD) semiconductor optical amplifiers becoming slower at larger inhomogeneous
broadening linewidths, caused by the enhanced
contribution from the slow carrier recovery of the
QD carrier reservoirs.
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Two Color phase Transients of 1.3 Micron InAs/
GaAs Quantum Dot SOAs, Mark T. Crowley1,
Tomasz Piwonski1,2, John Houlihan1,3, Alexander
V. Uskov4, Guillaume Huyet1,2, Eoin P. O’Reilly1,5;
1
Tyndall Natl. Inst., Ireland, 2Cork Inst. of Technology, Ireland, 3Waterford Inst. of Technology, Ireland,
4
P. N. Lebedev Physical Inst., Russian Federation,
5
Univ. College Cork, Ireland. We report on an
experimental and theoretical study of phase transients at 1.3 microns in an InAs/GaAs QD SOA in
response to pump pulses tuned to either the dot
ground or excited state.
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Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Properties
of High Speed SOA with a Tunnel Injection
Structure, Mikio Sorimachi, Yasutaka Higa,
Shinya Matsuzaki, Tomoyuki Miyamoto; Tokyo
Inst. of Technology, Japan. We provide numerically
simulated dynamic properties of a SOA with a
tunnel-injection structure considering tunneling
current and biased potential. As result, the tunneling injection SOA has potential of 40 Gbit/s or
more high-speed operation.
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Effect of Optical Feedback on 17-GHz Quantum
Dash Based Mode Locked Lasers, Ricardo Rosales1, Kamel Merghem1, Sheherazade Azouigui1,
Anthony Martinez1, François Lelarge2, Frederic
Van Dijk2, Guy Aubin1, Abderrahim Ramdane1;
1
CNRS, France, 2Alcatel-Thalès III-V Lab, joint lab
of Bell Labs and Thales Res. and Technology, France.
The effect of optical feedback is investigated for
a quantum-dash-based passive mode-locked
laser. We observe a drastic reduction of the radio
frequency spectrum linewidth even after the onset
of coherence collapse.
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Tailoring of Chirp in Colliding Pulse ModeLocked Diode Laser Generating 267 fs Pulses
after Compression, Thorsten Ulm, Florian
Harth, Johannes A. L’huillier; Photonik-Zentrum
Kaiserslautern e.V., Germany. Collision point and
relative intensities of pulses in a passively modelocked laser were optimized to generate a strong
and almost linear chirp. We achieved 267fs pulses
with 661W peak power using only quadratic phase
compression.
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1.3 µm Mode-Locked Disk Laser with Wafer
Fused Gain Chip and SESAM, Jussi Rautiainen1, Jari Lyytikäinen1, Lauri Toikkanen1, Jari
Nikkinen1, Alexei Sirbu2, Alexandru Mereuta2,
Andrei Caliman2, Eli Kapon2, Oleg G. Okhotnikov1;
1
Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland, 2Ècole Polytechnique Fèdèrale de Lausanne, Switzerland. We demonstrate a wafer fused
mode-locked optically-pumped semiconductor
disk laser operating at 1.3 µm spectral range. Both
the gain mirror and the SESAM incorporate InPbased active region wafer fused with GaAs/AlGaAs
distributed Bragg reflector.
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Self-Induced Transparency Modelocking with
Saturable Nonlinearity and Group Velocity Dispersion, Muhammad A. Talukder, Curtis
Menyuk; Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County,
USA. The limits that saturable nonlinearity and
group velocity dispersion impose on self-induced
transparency modelocking are explored. Stable
modelocked pulses exist within limiting values, but
their durations and intensities change.
+5V%
Absorber and Gain Dynamics in Dilute Nitride
Mode-Locked Lasers, Jiri Thoma1,2, Stephen Hegarty1, Tomasz Ochalski1, Tomasz Piwonski1,2, Guillaume Huyet1,2, Kimmo Haring3, Janne Puustinen3,
Mircea Guina3; 1Tyndall Natl. Inst., Ireland, 2Cork
Inst. of Technology, Ireland, 3Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland. We report a comparison between
the high-speed gain and absorber dynamics of
dilute nitride laser structures utilising GaAs and
GaAsN barrier layers demonstrate two-section
mode-locked lasers with 3.8 ps pulses at 40GHz.
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1.38 W Tunable High-Power Narrow-Linewidth
External-Cavity Tapered Amplifier at 670 nm,
Mingjun Chi1, G. Erbert2, B. Sumpf2, Paul Michael
Petersen1; 1Technical Univ. of Denmark, Dept. of
Photonics Engineering, Denmark, 2FerdinandBraun-Inst. für Höchstfrequenztechnik, Germany.
A diffraction-limited narrow-linewidth diode
laser system based on a tapered amplifier in
external cavity is demonstrated. 1.38 W output
power is obtained. The laser system is tunable
from 659 to 675 nm.
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Self-Formation and Synchronization of Emitters in Broad Area Lasers in External Cavities,
Mark Lichtner1, Mindaugas Radziunas1, Vasile
Tronciu1, Andreas Jechow2; 1Weierstrass Inst. for
Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Germany, 2Univ.
of Potsdam Inst. of Physics, Germany. Using a new
model for dynamic simulation of broad area diode
lasers with external cavities we find self formation
of synchronized emitters for a broad area laser in
a V-shaped external cavity.
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10Gbps Distributed Feedback Laser Wavelength
Converter with Bragg Wavelength Detuned
Layer, J.S. Chen1, S.L. Lee2, H.C. Kung3, H.W.
Tsao1; 1Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 2Natl. Taiwan
Univ. of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 3Tung
Nan Inst. of Technology, Taiwan. Two Section
Distributed Feedback (TS-DFB) laser with Braggwavelength-detuned layer applied as a 10Gbps
wavelength converter with high extinction ratio
(ER) is demonstrated experimentally, matched to
the numerical result.
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Distributed Feedback Laser Diodes Emitting at
894 nm Suitable for Atomic Clock Applications
Fabricated Using Nanoimprint Lithography,
Jarkko Telkkälä1, Jukka Viheriälä1, Antti Laakso1,
Kari Leinonen2, Jari Lyytikäinen1, Jukka Karinen1,
Mihail Dumitrescu1, Markus Pessa1; 1Tampere Univ.
of Technology, Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Finland,
2
Univ. of Joensuu, Finland. The paper describes the
fabrication of high-efficiency distributed feedback
laser diodes operating at 894 nm. Regrowth-free
fabrication of high aspect-ratio surface-gratings
patterned using nanoimprint lithography enabled
a 40 dB side-mode-suppression-ratio over a wide
temperature range.
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High Performance Visible Semiconductor
Lasers Operating at 630 nm, Bocang Qiu1, Olek
P. Kowalski1, Stewart D. McDougall1, Berthold
Schmidt1, John H. Marsh2,1; 1Intense Ltd, UK, 2Univ.
of Glasgow, UK. 630 nm single mode lasers with
a V-profile layer incorporated within the waveguide core exhibit reduced fast axis divergence
(19° FWHM) while maintaining a low threshold
current (30 mA), making them ideal for display
applications.
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Vertically Stacked Surface-Emitting Laser
Diodes Array for High-Brightness Application, Oleg V. Smolski, Viktor O. Smolski, Yigit O.
Yilmaz, Eric G. Johnson; Univ. of North Carolina at
Charlotte, USA. Vertically stacked array is based on
grating coupled surface emitting laser diodes with
monolithically integrated wavelength control element. Advanced performance of individual emitters allows exploiting spatial and spectral beam
combining to achieve high brightness sources.
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Hetero-integration of High Doped Silicon Micro
Wire to III-V Active Layer by Plasma Assisted
Bonding for Electrical Pumping Light Emission,
Ling-Han LI1, Ryo Takigawa1, Akio Higo1, Eiji Higurashi1, Masakazu Sugiyama2, Yoshiaki Nakano1;
1
Res. Ctr. for Advanced Science and Technology,
Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 2Dept. of Electronic Engineering and Information Systems,Univ. of Tokyo, Japan.
Semiconductor property of hetero-integration
between doped SOI micro wire and III-V material
MQW by plasma assisted bonding was measured
and the electrical pumping for spontaneous light
emission was demonstrated for realizing silicon
hybrid laser.
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High-Index-Contrast Single Output Teardrop
Laser Fabricated Via Oxygen-Enhanced NonSelective Oxidation, Christopher S. Seibert1,
Wangqing Yuan1, Douglas C. Hall1, Xiangning Luo2,
Tony Moretti2, Alan R. Sugg2; 1Univ. of Notre Dame,
USA, 2Vega Wave Systems, Inc., USA. A high-indexcontrast single output teardrop laser fabricated via
oxygen-enhanced non-selective wet oxidation is
demonstrated. The device offers a low (55 mA)
threshold and high (138 mW) output power from
a single, uncoated output facet.
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Noise Contribution of Semiconductor Optical
Amplifier Based Photonic Phase Shifters, Sean
P. O Duill, Evgeny Shumakher, Gadi Eisenstein;
Technion, Israel. We present an analytical model
to calculate the signal to noise ratio of a slow
light based microwave phase shifter that uses
semiconductor optical amplifiers. The model
includes dynamic noise effects and is confirmed
experimentally.
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Gas Lasers
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Laser Developments in Er3+:YAG Fiber-Shaped
Crystalline Rod Lasers, Stefano Bigotta, Marc
Eichhorn; French-German Res. Inst. of Saint
Louis (ISL), France. Resonant total-internalreflection diode pumping of Q-switched 1.64
micron Er3+:YAG laser with a crystalline fiber-like
geometry is reported with ~10 W in cw-mode and
2.8 mJ in Q-switched mode.
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Quasi-Steady-State Operation of a Pulsed Diode
Pumped Passively Mode-Locked Nd:YAG Laser,
Alexander G. Gaydardzhiev1, Dimitar Draganov1,
Ivan Buchvarov1, Anton Trifonov2, Torsten Fiebig2;
1
Sofia Univ., Bulgaria, 2Dept. of Chemistry, Boston
College,, USA. Generation of a stable train of
picosecond pulses with 3.8 mJ energy at 400 Hz
repetition rate and 200 μs train envelope from a
pulsed diode pumped Nd:YAG laser with electrooptical negative feedback is presented.
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Pulsed Intracavity Frequency-Doubled CaWO4
Raman Laser for Narrow-Line Sodium-Yellow
Radiation, Chuan-Hsun Li, Yen-Chieh Huang;
Inst. of Photonics Technologies, Dept. of Electrical
Engineering, Natl. Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan. We
report generation of 0.35 W sodium-yellow laser
at 589 nm from a diode-end-pumped, actively Qswitched, intracavity frequency-doubled Raman
laser with CaWO4 as the Raman gain medium in
a Nd:YVO4 laser cavity.
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Power Scaling of Coherent Blue Light Source
Based on Frequency Tripling Inside AdhesiveFree Bond Composite Nd:YAG Laser Cavity,
Pu Zhao1, Yujie J. Ding1, Ioulia B. Zotova2; 1Lehigh
Univ., USA, 2ArkLight, USA. Based on effective third-harmonic generation in two-section
dual-period periodically-poled KTP crystal being
placed inside the cavity of adhesive-free bond composite Nd:YAG laser, we generated coherent blue
light with output power reaching 200 mW.
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Power Scaling of Directly Pumped Nd:GdVO4
Laser Using Grown-together Composite Crystal,
XuDong Li, Xin Yu, Fei Chen, Renpeng Yan, Ming
Luo, Junhua Yu, Deying Chen; Natl. Key Lab of Tunable Laser Technology, Harbin Inst. of Technology,
China. Power scaling of end-pumped Nd:GdVO4
laser was realized by directly pumping and growntogether crystal. A maximum CW output power of
46.0W with M2<1.1 was obtained. Effective A-O
Q-switch operations were also reported.
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Over 500 mW Laser-Diode Pumped Green Laser
Using Optical Contact Nd:YVO4/Periodically
Poled MgO:LiNbO3 Crystal, Yang Lu, Qingyang
Xu, Yi Gan, Changqing Xu; Dept. of Engineering
Physics, McMaster Univ., Canada. 504 mW continuous-wave green laser was achieved for the first
time via an optical contact Nd:YVO4/periodically
poled MgO:LiNbO3 (Nd:YVO4/PPMgLN) crystal
with electrical-to-optical efficiency of 9.3%. It is
designed for high bright laser display.
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Fiber-Laser-Pumped Ti:sapphire Laser, Goutam
K. Samanta, Chaitanya Kumar Suddapalli, Kavita
Devi, Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh; ICFO - Inst. de Ciències Fotòniques, Spain. We report the first operation
of a Ti:sapphire laser pumped by fiber laser. Using
high-power, cw, frequency-doubled Yb-fiber
source at 532nm, continuous-wave operation over
806-970nm with output power >1.1W in TEM00
spatial beam is demonstrated
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Diode-Pumped Passively Q-Switched Nd:YAG/
Cr4+:YAG Micro-Laser Controlled by Volume
Bragg Gratings, Nicolaie Pavel1,2, Masaki Tsunekane2, Takunori Taira2; 1Natl. Inst. for Lasers,
Plasma and Radiation Physics, Romania, 2Inst.
for Molecular Science, Laser Res. Ctr., Japan. A
high-peak power, passively Q-switched Nd:YAG/
Cr 4+:YAG micro-laser with a volume Bragg
gratings optical element as output coupler was
realized. The influence of temperature on the
laser pulse energy and wavelength of emission
was investigated.
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Novel Concept of Timing Jitter Reduction of a
Passively Q-Switched Microchip Lasers Using
Self-Injection Seeding, Alexander Steinmetz,
Dirk Nodop, Jens Limpert, Andreas Tünnermann;
Inst. of Applied Physics, Germany. We present an
efficient and simple technique for reduction of
timing jitter in passively Q-switched microchiplaser using self-injection seeding using an opticalfiber as a delay-line and reduce the jitter by several
orders of magnitude.
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A High Energy, High Efficiency, Resonantly
Pumped Nanosecond-Pulsed 1.6 µm Er:YAG
Laser System, Stephen E. Moody, David L.
Cunningham; Orca Photonic Systems, Inc., USA.
Limited gain in Er:YAG makes generation of
energetic nanosecond pulses difficult. We describe
a cavity-dumped oscillator, regenerative amplifier
system designed to deliver 100 mJ, 20 nsec diffraction limited output pulses at 10W average power.
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Synchronized Dual-Frequency Pulses from
Q-Switched Compact Nd:YLF Laser Cavities,
Pu Zhao1, Yujie J. Ding1, Ioulia B. Zotova2; 1Lehigh
Univ., USA, 2ArkLight, USA. Based on a novel
configuration of a dual-frequency laser system
constructed from a Nd:YLF crystal, we have
synchronized Q-switched laser pulses at 1047
nm and 1053 nm.
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Q-Switching of Pr3+-Doped LiYF4 Visible Lasers
Pumped by a High-Power GaN Diode Laser,
Junichiro Kojou, Yojiro Watanabe, Yosuke Kojima,
Priyanka Agrawal, Fumihiko Kannari; Keio Univ.,
Japan. Q-switching of a Pr:LiYF4 laser at three
visible-wavelengths pumped by high-power GaN
laser-diode is demonstrated. The highest peak
power of 79 W with pulsewidth of 50 ns is obtained
for 639 nm at 7.7 kHz.
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Rafael Piestun; Univ. of Colorado
at Boulder, USA, Presider
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Jihong Geng; AdValue Photonics
Inc., USA, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Holger Schmidt; Univ. of
California at Santa Cruz, USA,
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Broadband Regenerative Amplification in
the Millijoule Regime for Sub-100fs Based on
Yb:CaF2 , Sandrine Ricaud1, Martin Delaigue1, Antoine Courjaud1, Frédéric Druon2, Patrick Georges2,
Abdelmjid Benayad 3 , Jean-Louis Doualan 3 ,
Patrice Camy3, Richard Moncorgé3, Eric Mottay1;
1
Amplitude Systèmes, France, 2Univ. Paris-Sud,
France, 3Univ. de Caen, France. We report a diodepumped regenerative amplifier based on Yb:CaF2,
delivering 1.8mJ pulses at 100 Hz with a spectral
bandwidth of 16 nm, able to produce sub-100 fs
pulse duration.
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Stretch-tuneable Dielectric Mirrors and Microcavities, Nicholas Gibbons, Mathias Kolle, Bo
Zheng, Jeremy J. Baumberg, Ullrich Steiner; Univ.
of Cambridge, UK. Flexible DBRs are fabricated
by floating and stacking >20 bilayers of PDMS
and PSPI. Stretchable microcavities between two
DBRs are subsequently created with Q>60. These
structures have applications as stress-strain sensors, stretch-tuneable lasers and LEDs.
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Picosecond Fiber MOPA Pumped Supercontinuum Source with 39 W Output Power, Kang Kang
Chen1, Shaif-ul Alam1, Jonathan H. V. Price1, John
R. Hayes1, Dejiao Lin1, Andrew Malinowski1, Christophe Codemard1, Debashri Ghosh2, Mrinmay Pal2,
Shyamal K. Bhadra2, David J. Richardson1; 1Univ.
of Southampton, UK, 2Central Glass and Ceramic
Res. Inst. Kolkata, India. We report picosecond
fiber MOPA pumped supercontinuum source
with 39W output, spanning at least 0.4-1.75µm
with high and relatively uniform spectral power
density of ~31.7mW/nm corresponding to peak
power density of ~12.5W/nm in 20ps pulse.
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Tuning Mechanisms in Optofluidics, Demetri
Psaltis, Wuzhou Song, Jae-Woo Choi; Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. Novel
functionalities have been developed through the
fusion of optics and microfluidics. We categorize
the different possible tuning mechanisms in
optofluidics and describe the recent examples in
each category.
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Generation of 65-fs Ultrashort Pulses at
1030-nm Center Wavelength Directly from
Kerr-Lens Mode-Locked Yb:YAG Laser, Shinichi Matsubara1, Hiroyuki Hitotsuya2, Masaki
Takama2, Masahiro Inoue2, Tatsuya Yamaguchi2,
Kensuke Hirata2, Yuzo Ishida3, Sakae Kawato2,4;
1
Japan Synchrotron Radiation Res. Inst., Japan,
2
Univ. of Fukui, Japan, 3RIKEN Wako Inst., Japan,
4
Inst. of Physical and Chemical Res., RIKEN, Japan.
Ultrashort pulse oscillation of 65-fs was obtained
directly from a laser-diode pumped Kerr-lens
mode-locked Yb:YAG laser with an intracavity
nonlinear medium. The pulse-width is shorter
than the fourier transform limit by the fluorescence of Yb:YAG.
$5V8tQN
In-Plane MEMS Tunable Gires-Tournois Interferometers, Raphael St-Gelais, Thomas Kerrien,
Alexandre Poulin, Yves-Alain Peter; École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada. We present MEMS
tunable Gires-Tournois interferometers based on
deeply etched Bragg reflectors. The bandwidth of
fabricated devices allows operation over almost the
whole C and L bands. Applications such as tunable
dispersion compensation are expected.
$5V9tQN
Collisions in Optical Rogue Wave Formation,
Goery Genty1, Martijn de Sterke 2, Ole Bang3,
Frederic Dias4, Nail Akhmediev5, John Dudley6;
1
Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland, 2Univ. of
Sydney, Australia, 3Technical Univ. of Denmark,
Denmark, 4ENS Cachan, France, 5Australian Natl.
Univ., Australia, 6Univ. de Franche-Comté, France.
We discuss optical rogue wave generation in terms
of collision processes. Simulations of picosecond
pulse propagation in optical fibers show rogue soliton generation from either third-order dispersion
or Raman scattering independently.
$5V7tQN
Sub-50 fs Diode-Pumped Yb:YCOB Laser,
Akira Yoshida1,2, Andreas Schmidt1, Huaijin Zhang3,
Jiyang Wang3, Junhai Liu4, Christian Fiebig5, Katrin
Paschke5, Götz Erbert5, Valentin Petrov1, Uwe
Griebner1; 1Max-Born-Inst. for Nonlinear Optics
and Short Pulse Spectroscopy, Germany, 2Osaka
Univ., Japan, 3Shandong Univ., China, 4Qingdao
Univ., China, 5Ferdinand-Braun-Inst. für Höchstfrequenztechnik, Germany. Passive mode locking
of the self-frequency doubling Yb:Ca4YO(BO3)3
pumped by a two-section distributed Braggreflector tapered-diode-laser is demonstrated.
Pulses as short as 49 fs at 1050 nm are achieved
for the E//Z polarization.
$5V8tQN
Novel Inverse-Tone High Contrast Grating
Reflector, Vadim Karagodsky, Christopher
Chase, Connie J. Chang-Hasnain; Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, Univ. of
California at Berkeley, USA. We present a new
type of subwavelength grating, which provides
ultrahigh reflectivity when embedded in a high
refractive index medium. It is therefore an ideal
candidate to replace the bulky bottom DBR reflectors in VCSELs.
$5V9tQN
Optimizing Pump Partial Coherence for Efficient Modulation Instability and Supercontinuum Generation, J. C. Travers; Femtosecond
Optics Group, Physics Dept., Imperial College London, UK. We consider the effect of variable pump
source partial coherence on the gain of modulation
instability and the subsequent efficiency of soliton
formation and supercontinuum generation. Optimal regimes for continuous-wave supercontinuum
generation are discussed.
$5V:tQN
Azo-Functionalized Silk as a Biocompatible
Material for Low Power Holography and Nonlinear Optics, Mark Cronin-Golomb, Thomas P.
Dabrowski, Jessica Mondia, Fiorenzo G. Omenetto,
David L. Kaplan; Tufts Univ., USA. Azobenzene
modified silk, a biocompatible material suitable
for applications in biomedicine is shown to
display photo-effects such as optically induced
birefringence, suitability as a holographic recording material and photoinduction of surface
relief features.
$5V7tQN
High Repetition Rate Cavity-Dumped Yb:KYW
Femtosecond Oscillator, Martin Siegel, Juerg
Aus-der-Au, Annalisa Guandalini; High Q Laser
Innovation GmbH, Austria. An Yb:KYW oscillator
has been cavity-dumped at 4.58 MHz, obtaining
pulses as short as 264-fs and energies as high as
250 nJ. Up to 1.8 µJ and 234-fs have been achieved
at 0.56 MHz.
$5V8tQN
InGaAs/InP Subwavelength Grating Filters
for the Mid-Infrared, Ekua N. Bentil1, Wen-Di
Li1, Jianxin Chen2,1, Alexandra Ritter1,3, Stephen
Chou1, Claire Gmachl1; 1Princeton Univ., USA,
2
Shanghai Inst. of Technical Physics, Chinese Acad.
of Sciences, China, 3Cinnaminson High School,
USA. We demonstrate subwavelength resonant
grating mirrors made from III-V semiconductor
materials for the mid-infrared. We achieved a
resonance wavelength at ~3µm which agrees very
well with simulated data, and measured a spectral
width of ~30nm.
$5V9tQN
All-Normal Dispersion Photonic Crystal Fiber
for Coherent Supercontinuum Generation,
Lucy E. Hooper, Peter J. Mosley, Alistair C. Muir,
William J. Wadsworth, Jonathan C. Knight; Ctr. for
Photonics and Photonic Materials, Univ. of Bath,
UK. We describe supercontinuum generation in a
short photonic crystal fiber with all-normal group
velocity dispersion. We observe a 200 nm broad
self phase modulation spectrum, which is expected
to have high temporal coherence.
$5V:tQN
Dynamic Magnetic Manipulation of Color/
Shape Encoded Magnetic Microparticles for
Bio-Assay Applications, Howon Lee, Hyoki Kim,
Junhoi Kim, Sunghoon Kwon; Seoul Natl. Univ., Republic of Korea. Rapid separation and 3-D reaction2-D reading of color and shape encoded magnetic
microparticles are demonstrated using 1-D chain
structure of magnetic nanoparticles involved in
microparticle. Also single material based simple
particle fabrication method is presented.
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Mexico, USA, Presider
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René-Jean Essiambre, Bell Labs,
Alcatel-Lucent, USA, Presider
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Two Photon Counting: Theory and Experiment,
Fabien Boitier1, Antoine Godard1, Emmanuel
Rosencher1,2, Claude Fabre3; 1Onera, France, 2
Physics Dept., École Polytechnique, France, 3Lab
Kastler Brossel, France. Two-photon counting
distributions of different optical sources are
experimentally studied using third-order optical
nonlinearity in a GaAs detector. Semiclassical as
well as quantum theories are presented in order to
explain our results.
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25 Gbps Direct Modulation in 1.3-μm InAs/
GaAs High-density Quantum Dot Lasers,
Yu Tanaka1,2,3,4, Mitsuru Ishida5, Kan Takada5,
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto1,2,4, Hai-zhi Song1, Yoshiaki
Nakata1,3, Masaomi Yamaguchi3, Kenichi Nishi3,
Mitsuru Sugawara 1,2,3,4, Yasuhiko Arakawa 5,6,7;
1
Fujitsu Labs Ltd., Japan, 2Fujitsu Ltd., Japan, 3QD
Laser inc., Japan, 4Optoelectronics Industry and
Technology Development Association (OITDA),
Japan, 5Nano Quine, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 6IIS,
Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 7RCAST, Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan. The modulation characteristics of 1.3-μm
InAs/GaAs high-density quantum-dot lasers
is presented. The eight-stacked high-density
quantum-dot layers provided high net modal gain
of 46 cm-1. Fabricated Fabry-Perot lasers showed
the 25-Gbps direct modulation.
$5V""tQN Invited
Fibers for Next-Generation High Spectral Efficiency Undersea Cable Systems, Neal S. Bergano, Alexei Pilipetskii; Tyco Telecommunications,
USA. The capacity demands for future undersea
cable networks will push the industry to WDM
spectral efficiencies in excess of 1-B/s/Hz. This
will require significant progress in optical fibers
and signal processing.
25V&tQN
Second Order Coherence of Parametric Light
Determined by Two Photon Absorption in a
Semiconductor, Fabien Boitier1, Antoine Godard1,
Aleksandr Ryasnyanskiy 2, Nicolas Dubreuil 2,
Philippe Delaye2, Emmanuel Rosencher1,3, Claude
Fabre4; 1Onera, France, 2Lab Charles Fabry de
l’Inst. d’Optique, France, 3 Physics Dept., École
Polytechnique, France, 4Lab Kastler Brossel, France.
We use a modified Hanbury Brown-Twiss set-up
based on two-photon absorption to study secondorder coherence of parametric fluorescence at the
femtosecond scale. Characterizations are made in
the degenerate case and far away degeneracy.
$5V;tQN
Modulation Bandwidth Enhancement by
Stimulated Raman Scattering in Quantum Dash
Lasers, Cheng Chen1, Guanghai Ding1, Boon S.
Ooi1, Luke F. Lester2, Amr Helmy3, Thomas L. Koch1,
James C.M. Hwang1; 1Ctr. for Optical Technologies, Lehigh Univ., USA, 2Ctr. for High Technology
Materials, Univ. of New Mexico, USA, 3Dept. of
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. of
Toronto, Canada. The bandwidth of quantumdash lasers under optical injection modulation is
sharply enhanced when the injection photons are
~33 meV more energetic than the laser emission.
This new bandwidth-enhancement mechanism is
attributable to stimulated Raman scattering.
25V&tQN
Performance of a Pulsed Tunable NonlinearOptical Coherent Ultraviolet Light Source, Verified by Sub-Doppler Two-Photon Spectroscopy
of Krypton, Kenneth G. H. Baldwin1, Mitsuhiko
Kono1, Richard T. White2, Yabai He3, Brian J. Orr3;
1
Australian Natl. Univ., Australia, 2Adelaide Univ.,
Australia, 3Macquarie Univ., Australia. A minimalchirp nanosecond-pulsed nonlinear-optical
system generates tunable coherent ultraviolet light
at ~212.5 nm. Its frequency stability and optical
bandwidth are verified by means of novel subDoppler coherent heterodyne-assisted two-photon
spectroscopy of krypton.
$5V;tQN
Rate Equation Analysis of Quantum Dot
Population in InAs/GaAs Laser Structures, Ian
O’Driscoll, Peter Blood, Peter M. Smowton; Cardiff
Univ., UK. Using a rate equation model we quantitatively reproduce experimental results showing
the transition from random to thermal population
across the whole temperature range and measure
the impact on laser operation.
$5V""tQN
10Gb/s Error Free Transmission through
Micro-Structured Multimode Polymer Optical
Fibers, Richard Provo1, Stuart G. Murdoch1, John
D. Harvey1, Richard Lwin 2, Maryanne Large 2;
1
Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand,
2
Inst. of Photonics and Optical Science,Univ. of
Sydney, Australia. We demonstrate for the first
time 10Gb/s error-free transmission through two
differently micro-structured-multimode polymer
fibers. Results show excellent transmission characteristics for these fibers and demonstrate that
micro-structuring can significantly improve the
bandwidth of multimode-polymer fibers.
25V&tQN
Förster Energy Transfer to a Spirooxazine
Photochromic Molecule through One- and
Two-Photon Absorption, Shima Fardad1, Lazaro A. Padilha1, Scott Webster1, Trenton Ensley1,
David J. Hagan1,2, Eric W. Van Stryland1,2, Raz
Gvishi3, Nina Larina4, Vladimir Lokshin4, Vladimir
Khodorkovsky4, Mark Sigalov5; 1CREOL & FPCE:
The College of Optics and Photonics, USA, 2Physics
Dept., Univ. of Central Florida, USA, 3Electro-Optics
Div., SOREQ NRC, Israel, 4Interdisciplinary Ctr. of
Nanoscience CINaM, France, 5Dept. of Chemistry,
Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev, Israel. Förster resonance energy transfer from a two-photon absorber
to a photochromic spirooxazine are investigated
by one- and two-photon absorption. Upon energy
transfer, fluorescence of the donor is quenched
while that of the photochromic is enhanced.
$5V;tQN
A Tunnel Injection Quantum Dot Comb Laser
with Wideband Emission Spectra and Temperature Stability, Chi-Sen Lee, Wei Guo, Thomas
Frost, Pallab Bhattacharya; Univesity of Michigan,
USA. A quantum dot comb laser with a 102 nm
broad spectrum of emission and high temperature
stability is demonstrated.
$5V""tQN
Low Cross-Talk Design of Multi-Core Fibers,
John M. Fini, Thierry F. Taunay, Benyuan Zhu,
Man F. Yan; OFS Labs, USA. Multicore fibers
have exciting potential, motivating design of lowcrosstalk fibers. Bend-induced shifts in coupling
resonances play a crucial role in modeling crosstalk even for the extremely gentle bends expected
for buried fiber.
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Central Florida, USA, Presider
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Chi-Kuang Sun; Natl. Taiwan
Univ., Taiwan, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Leo J. Schowalter; Crystal IS, Inc.,
USA, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Chad Hoyt; Bethel Univ., USA,
Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Enzo Di Fabrizio; Italian Inst. of
Technology, Italy, Presider
$5V##tQN Invited
Nonlinear THz Spectroscopy on the Dielectric
Thin Films, Ikufumi Katayama1, Hiroshi Aoki1,
Jun Takeda1, Hiroshi Shimosato2, Masaaki Ashida2,3,
Ryuhei Kinjo 2, Iwao Kawayama 2, Masayoshi
Tonouchi2, Masaya Nagai4,3, Koichiro Tanaka4;
1
Yokohama Natl. Univ., Japan, 2Osaka Univ., Japan,
3
PRESTO JST, Japan, 4Kyoto Univ., Japan. Anharmonicity in the soft-mode potential of quantumparaelectric SrTiO3 thin films has been directly
observed with strong terahertz wave generated
from a LiNbO3 single crystal. Hardening of the
soft-mode resonance has been detected.
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III-Nitride UV Emitters and Their Applications,
Asif Khan; Univ. of South Carolina, USA. The deep
ultraviolet LEDs are key components in systems
for air/water, food purification and bio-medical
sensing. In this paper we review the challenges,
growth and processing innovations leading to high
power AlGaN based DUV LEDs.
$5V%%tQN
A 500 km Optical Fiber Link with Six Remotely
Controlled Optical Amplifiers for Frequency
Comparison between MPQ and PTB, Katharina
Predehl1, Thomas Udem1, Theodor W. Hänsch1,
Ronald Holzwarth 1 , Osama Terra 2 , Harald
Schnatz2, Janis Alnis1; 1Max-Planck-Inst. of Quantum Optics, Germany, 2Physikalisch-Technische
Bundesanstalt, Germany. We report on the status
of the optical link project between PTB and MPQ
and present the to our knowledge first frequency
transfer using urban fiber networks over a distance
of about 500 km length.
25V'tQN Invited
Reconstruction of Sparse Sub-Wavelength Images, Alexander Szameit, Snir Gazit, Yonina C.
Eldar, Mordechai Segev; Technion-Israel Inst. of
Technology, Israel. We use compressed sensing to
demonstrate theoretically the reconstruction of
sub-wavelength features from measured far-field,
and provide experimental proof-of-concept. The
methods can be applied to non-optical microscopes, provided the information is sparse.
$5V##tQN
Ultrafast Broadband Mid-Infrared Pump,
Terahertz Probe Spectroscopy, Keshav M. Dani,
John F. O’Hara, Quinn McCulloch, Frank Chen,
Abul K. Azad, Georgi L. Dakovski, Scott A. Crooker,
Antoinette J. Taylor, Rohit P. Prasankumar;
Los Alamos Natl. Lab, USA. We report a novel
ultrafast optical system capable of directly pumping low energy excitations in complex materials
and probing the photoinduced changes in their
properties with terahertz pulses, benchmarked
through mid-infrared-pump, THz-probe measurements on InSb.
$5V##tQN
Terahertz Absorption in Non-Polar Rotator
Crystals, Jonathan P. Laib, Daniel V. Nickel,
Daniel M. Mittleman; Rice Univ., USA. We characterize the phase behavior of linear n-alkanes with
n > 22, using terahertz spectroscopy. We observe
enhanced absorption in the quasi-ordered rotator
phase, the first report of disorder-induced THz
absorption in a rotator crystal.
Dr. Khan received his Ph.D. from MIT in 1979
studying optical processes in semiconductors. He
then worked in several industrial R&D laboratories
including Honeywell, 3 M and APA Optics. He is
one of the pioneers in developing the Aluminum
Gallium Nitride Material system and Devices. His
research group was the first one to report 2-dimensional electron gas in GaN/AlGaN and used it for
high electron mobility transistors which are now
the basis for next generation military electronics.
Dr. Khan joined University of South Carolina
in 1997 as a Professor in Electrical Engineering
and has built a successful research program in
quaternary AlInGaN based materials and devices.
His USC group has pioneered AlInGaN deep UV
light emission devices for bio-chemical detection,
and air/water purification. Dr. Khan’s research has
resulted in nearly 350 original published papers,
about 200-presented papers, more than 50 invited
talks and 20 U.S patents.
$5V%%tQN
Atmospheric Delivery of a Microwave Clock
Using an Optical Frequency Comb, Ravi P.
Gollapalli, Lingze Duan; Univ. of Alabama, Huntsville, USA. Atmospheric delivery of a microwave
clock using an optical frequency comb is tested
over 60 m. Phase noise measurement shows a
picosecond-scale rms timing jitter under various
weather conditions. A strong amplitude-phase
correlation is observed.
$5V%%tQN
Long-Term, Long-Distance, All-Optical Synchronization of Ultrafast Fiber Lasers at the
Quantum Limit, Jonathan A. Cox, Jungwon
Kim, Franz Kärtner; MIT, USA. We demonstrate
quantum limited timing jitter performance of
ultrafast fiber lasers and long distance (320 meter)
synchronization of similar lasers over 168 hours
with 5 femtosecond rms precision, at the quantum
noise limit.
25V'tQN
Lasing from Localized Modes in Deterministic
Aperiodic Nanostructures, Jin Kyu Yang 1,
Michael J. Rooks1, Svetlana Boriskina2, Solomon
Glenn3,4, Luca Dal Negro2, Hui Cao1; 1Yale Univ.,
USA, 2Boston Univ., USA, 3NIST, USA, 4Univ. of
Maryland, USA. We demonstrate lasing in twodimensional deterministic aperiodic nanostructures with optical pumping. The lasing modes are
strongly localized within the structures. Such lasers
combine the advantages of both photonic crystal
lasers and random lasers.
$5V%%tQN
Subfemtosecond-Drift Microwave Signal Synthesis from Femtosecond Mode-Locked Lasers,
Jungwon Kim1,2, Franz Kärtner2; 1KAIST, Republic
of Korea, 2MIT, USA. A 10-GHz microwave signal
is synthesized from a 200-MHz mode-locked Erfiber laser using a delay-locked loop with relative
timing jitter of 2.4-fs (rms) [0.1Hz-1MHz] and
timing drift of 0.84-fs (rms) [0.035mHz-1Hz].
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Improving Plasmonic Nanoantennas, Kuo-Ping
Chen, Vladimir P. Drachev, Joshua D. Borneman,
Alexander V. Kildishev, Vladimir M. Shalaev; Purdue Univ., USA. Improvements in energy damage
threshold of gold nanoantennas were studied using
stabilizing dielectric films. Annealed nanoantennas show a stronger plasmonic resonance, but have
a decreased damage threshold.
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Paul Juodawlkis; MIT Lincoln
Lab, USA, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Narasimha S. Prasad; NASA
Langley Res. Ctr., USA, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Andy J. Bayramian; Lawrence
Livermore Natl. Lab, USA,
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Optical Fiber Communications: From Content
Creation to Consumption, David Piehler; Fields
and Waves, USA. The path from content creation
to its consumption in present and future optical
communication networks is detailed. Particular
attention is given to the impact of laser and
electro-optic technology on past developments
and possible futures.
$5V&&tQN
Large Enhancement of Wavelength Conversion
in Silicon Nanowaveguides via Free-Carrier
Removal, Amy C. Turner-Foster, Mark A. Foster,
Alexander L. Gaeta, Michal Lipson; Cornell Univ.,
USA. We demonstrate an increase of nearly 10
dB in the efficiency of broadband wavelength
conversion via four-wave mixing in silicon nanowaveguides by incorporating a p-i-n structure
and applying modest voltages to remove the
free carriers.
$5V''tQN Invited
Soft X-Ray Laser Pumped by a Joule-Class,
All-Diode-Pumped Laser System, Brendan A.
Reagan, Federico J. Furch, Bradley M. Luther,
Alden H. Curtis, Shaun P. Meehan, Jorge J. Rocca;
Colorado State Univ., USA. The first soft x-ray
laser pumped by laser diodes is reported. Lasing
was achieved on the 18.9 nm line of nickel-like
molybdenum pumping with a Yb:YAG chirped
pulse amplification system with 1 J energy.
$5V&&tQN
Generation of Cerenkov Radiation at 850 nm
in Higher-Order-Mode Fiber, Ji Cheng1, Jennifer
H. Lee1, Ke Wang1, Chris Xu1, Kim G. Jespersen2,
Martin Garmund2, Lars Grüner-Nielsen2, Dan
Jacobsen2; 1Cornell Univ., USA, 2OFS Fitel Denmark,
Denmark. We demonstrate Cerenkov radiation
generation in a higher-order-mode fiber with
anomalous dispersion from approximately 700
to 800 nm. Cerenkov radiation at 850 nm with
0.6 nJ pulse energy is generated with 60% power
conversion efficiency.
$5V''tQN
105 W Pico-Second Nd:YVO4 Bounce Amplifier
System with a Photorefractive Phase Conjugate
Mirror, Kouji Nawata, Masahito Okida, Katsuhiko
Miyamoto, Takashige Omatsu; Chiba Univ., Japan.
We demonstrated 105 W pico-second output
from a cascaded Nd:YVO4 amplifier laser system
consisting of a Nd:YVO4 bounce amplifier with
a photorefractive phase-conjugate mirror and
a second diode-side-pumped Nd:YVO4 bounce
power amplifier.
$5V&&tQN
Light Evolution in Optical Lattices with SecondOrder Inter-Site Coupling, Felix Dreisow1, Matthias Heinrich1, Robert Keil1, Stefan Nolte1, Andreas
Tünnermann1, Alexander Szameit2; 1FriedrichSchiller-Univ. Jena, Germany, 2Technion - Israel
Inst. of Technology, Israel. We report on the experimental realization of zigzag waveguide lattices,
where second-order coupling influences linear and
nonlinear light evolution. Band structure deformation and changes in soliton thresholds are analyzed
depending on higher-order coupling.
$5V''tQN
32 ps-45 W to 12 ps-15 W Spatial-Hole-BurningFree Nd:YVO4 Oscillator, Marie-Christine Nadeau1,2, Stéphane Petit1, Philippe Balcou1, Romain
Czarny2, Sébastien Montant1, Christophe SimonBoisson2; 1CELIA, France, 2Thales Optronique
S.A., France. We report on a high-average-power
888nm diode-pumped passively mode-locked
TEM00 Nd:YVO4 oscillator with adjustable pulse
durations. From 45 to 15W output power, we
produced corresponding 32 to 12ps long pulses
without spatial hole burning.
Tuesday, May 18
David Piehler is an innovator and leader in the
deployment and development of fiber-to-thepremises (FTTP) and hybrid-fiber coax (HFC)
broadband access networks world-wide and in
their underlying technologies. At his consulting
firm, Fields and Waves, he advises clients on
technical and market issues surrounding nextgeneration broadband access at the physical,
network and services layers. He presently plays a
leading role in the definition of next-generation
access networks, including OFDM-PON, 10GPON and RFoG. At Alphion Corporation in 2007
– 2009, he developed technologies for passive
optical network reach extension, and helped plan
India’s state-owned BSNL’s FTTP network. Until
2006, Dr. Piehler held various engineering and
management positions at Harmonic Inc. including Vice President of Research and Development
and Vice President of Harmonic’s FTTP Business
Unit. In 2000 and 2001 he was an Entrepreneur-inResidence at the Mayfield Fund and an acting–VP
of Product Development at two of their early-stage
startups. Dr. Piehler received a Ph.D. in Physics
from the University of California at Berkeley for
experimental work in nonlinear optics.
$5V&&tQN
New Modality of Type-I Second Order Nonlinear
Interaction in Bulk AlGaAs Bragg Reflection
Waveguide, Payam Abolghasem, Junbo Han,
Bhavin J. Bijlani, Amr S. Helmy; Univ. of Toronto,
Canada. Type-I TMω-> TM2ω phase-matching in
isotropic [001]-grown AlGaAs Bragg reflection
waveguide is reported. This nonlinear interaction
coexists with type-I TEω-> TM2ω and type-II TEω+
TMω -> TE2ω within a spectral window of 17 nm.
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Dual-Wavelength Mode-Locked Yb:YAG Ceramic Laser in Single Cavity, Hiroaki Yoshioka1,
Shinki Nakamura1, Takayo Ogawa2, Satoshi Wada2;
1
Ibaraki Univ., Japan, 2RIKEN, Japan. We demonstrated a 380 fs dual-wavelength independently
mode-locked Yb:YAG ceramic laser at 1033.6 and
1047.6 nm. To the best of our knowledge, this is
the first dual-wavelength mode locking achieved
in Yb-doped solid-state lasers.
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Planar, High Numerical-Aperture Lens Using
Sub-Wavelength High Contrast Grating, Fanglu
Lu, Forrest Sedgwick, Connie J. Chang-Hasnain;
Univ. of California, Berkeley, USA. Planar lenses
using sub-wavelength high contrast grating are
investigated. By designing the phase of the
grating, high numerical aperture lenses can be
achieved, with small spherical aberration and
low insertion loss.
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Extreme-Value Statistics in Supercontinuum
Generation by Cascaded Stimulated Raman
Scattering, Antti Aalto, Goëry Genty, Juha
Toivonen; Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland.
Statistical fluctuations in cascaded stimulated
Raman spectra are studied. The statistical distribution of shot-to-shot spectral variations evolves
from a quasi-Gaussian to a long-tailed extremevalue distribution for Stokes orders at a large
separation from the pump.
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Optofluidic Microchip with Integrated 780-nm
VCSEL Arrays for Biomedical and Chemical
Sensing, Ansas M. Kasten, Joshua D. Tice, John
P. Eichorst, Brian R. Dorvel, Paul J. A. Kenis, Kent
D. Choquette; Univ. of Illinois, USA. We report
the compact integration of high-power 780-nm
VCSEL arrays with a microfluidic channel to create
an optofluidic microchip. Characterization of the
microchip using a near-infrared fluorescent dye
yields a detection limit of 10 µM.
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Diode Laser Pumped Efficient Femtosecond
Yb:YAG Ceramic Laser, Binbin Zhou1, Zhiyi
Wei1, Yuwan Zou1, Yongdong Zhang1, Xin Zhong1,
Gilbert L. Bourdet2, Junli Wang3; 1Chinese Acad.
of Sciences, China, 2LULI, École Polytechnique,
CNRS, CEA, UPMC;, France, 3Xidian Univ.,
China. A diode-pumped mode-locking ceramic
Yb:YAG laser with slope efficiency of 76% was
demonstrated, output power up to 1.9W was
obtained with pulse duration of 418fs and central
wavelength of 1048nm.
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Soliton Collision Induced Dispersive Wave
Generation, Miro Erkintalo1, Goery Genty1, John
M. Dudley2; 1Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland,
2
Univ. de Franche-Comté, France. We show numerically in the context of supercontinuum generation
in the long pulse regime that soliton collisions can
lead to the generation of rare, extreme-amplitude
dispersive waves with enhanced spectral shift.
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Optofluidic Three-Cimensional Self-Assembly
of Vertically Patterned Microstructures Using
Railed Microfluidics, Su Eun Chung, Yoonseok
Jung, Sunghoon Kwon; Seoul Natl. Univ., Republic
of Korea. We demonstrate optofluidic threedimensional (3-D) vertical self-assembly of twodimensionally patterned microstructures using
railed microfluidics. 3-D railed assembly method
is easy and fast vertical heterogeneous patterning
and assembly technique.
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Compact Femtosecond Laser System with 2 mJ
Output, Evgueni Slobodtchikov, Peter F. Moulton;
Q-Peak Inc., USA. 2-mJ, 600-fs, 1047-nm pulses at
a 250-Hz rate from a compact, Yb-doped crystal
CPA laser system were achieved. We combine a
positive-dispersion-regime oscillator, regenerative
amplifier and a hybrid stretcher/compressor based
on chirped volume Bragg gratings.
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Maximizing the Supercontinuum Bandwidth
in As2S3 Chalcogenide Photonic Crystal Fibers,
Robert J. Weiblen1, Jonathan Hu1, Curtis R. Menyuk1, Brandon Shaw2, Jas S. Sanghera2, Ishwar D.
Aggarwal2; 1Univ. of Maryland Baltimore County,
USA, 2NRL, USA. We simulate supercontinuum
generation in an As2S3 chalcogenide photonic
crystal fiber with a hexagonal structure, optimizing
the fiber pitch and pulse duration with a 2.8μm
laser source in order to maximize the output
bandwidth.
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Self-Assembled Femtoliter-Scale Structures in a
Hollow Optical Fiber for Optofluidic Applications, Sohee An; Yonsei Univ., Republic of Korea.
We propose self-assembled femtoliter-fluid formation depending on temperature in a hollow optical
fiber (HOF) by the unsophisticated flame brushing
technology. Three kind of structures are generated,
also we see the optical property.
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Two Photon Emission, Entanglement and Gain
from Semiconductors at Room Temperature,
Meir Orenstein, Alex Hayat, Amir Nevet, Pavel
Ginzburg, Serge Rosenblum; Technion Israel
Inst. of Technology, Israel. The first observation
of two-photon emission from semiconductors
and its applications are presented theoretically
and experimentally. Entanglement sources are
proposed and two-photon gain is measured in
electrically-pumped devices at room temperature,
promising giant pulse generation.
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Bandstructure Engineering with a Two-Dimensional Patterned Quantum Dot Lattice,
V. B. Verma, N. L. Dias, U. Reddy, K. P. Bassett,
X. Li, J. J. Coleman; Univ. of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA. A semiconductor laser with
active layer consisting of a patterned quantum dot
lattice demonstrates evidence of miniband formation resulting from inter-dot coupling. Excited
state lasing is thought to result from a phonon
bottleneck-like effect.
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Advanced Optical Fibers for Geophysical Sensing Applications, Paul E. Sanders; Qorex, USA.
Fiber optic sensing in the geophysical sector
requires optical fibers that endure harsh high
temperature, hydrogen environments. This paper
reviews sensing fiber design for these conditions
and fiber and waveguide designs for enhanced
sensor performance.
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Multi-Wavelength Femtosecond Pump-Probe
Characterization of 1550 nm InAs/InP Quantum
Dash Optical Amplifiers, Amir Capua1, Udi
Ben-Ami2, Gadi Eisenstein1, Johann Peter Reithmaier3; 1Technion – Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel,
2
OptiSiv, Israel, 3Kassel Univ., Germany. We report
the first multi wavelength, ultra fast pump probe
characterization of an inhomogeneous broadened,
nanostructure gain media. We identify different
physical mechanisms that govern the dynamics
at the different energies.
$5V""tQN
Multimode Graded-Index Fluorine-Doped
Fibers for Harsh Environments Fabricated by
MCVD-Method, Sergei L. Semjonov1, Vladimir
F. Khopin2, Mikhail Y. Salganskiy 2, Alexey N.
Guryanov2, Alexey F. Kosolapov1, Ivan V. Nikolin3,
Evgeniy M. Dianov1; 1Fiber Optics Res. Ctr., Russian Federation, 2Inst. of High Purity Substances,
Russian Federation, 3Schlumberger Moscow Res.,
Russian Federation. Multimode graded-index
fluorine-doped fibers with a record (for the MCVD
method) value of the refractive index difference
of -0.0115 (NA~0.185) were fabricated and tested
at high temperature (up to 300°C) in hydrogen
atmosphere (50 atm).
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Intensity Invariance of Strong-Field Two-Photon
Absorption, Sangkyung Lee1, Jongseok Lim1, Vahe
Hakobyan2, Stéphane Guérin2, Jaewook Ahn1; 1Korea Advanced Inst. of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea, 2Inst. Carnot de Bourgogne, France.
We demonstrate experimentally and theoretically
the intensity-invariant scaling formula of coherent
control of two-photon absorption as a function of
pulse-shape parameters of ultrafast laser field in
the strong-interaction regime.
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Optically Injected Quantum Dash Lasers at
1550nm Employed as Highly Tunable Photonic
Oscillators, Michael C. Pochet1, Nader A. Naderi1,
Vassilios Kovanis2, Luke F. Lester1; 1Univ. of New
Mexico, USA, 2US AFRL, USA. Experimental
investigation of an optically-injected quantumdash laser’s operational map shows large regions
of period-one operation. The enhanced and undamped relaxation oscillations of the period-one
state are discussed as a building block for tunable
photonic oscillators.
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Perfect Terahertz Absorber Using Fishnet Based
Metafilm, Abul K. Azad, Dmitry Shchegolkov,
Hou-Tong Chen, Antoinette Taylor, Evgenya
Smirnova, John O’Hara; Los Alamos Natl. Lab,
USA. We present a perfect terahertz absorber
that operates over numerous incidence angles.
The two-fold symmetry of rectangular fishnet
structures allows either complete absorption or
mirror-like reflection depending on the orientation of the electric field.
$5V$$tQN
High Power 245 nm Deep UV LEDs, Max Shatalov1, Wenhong Sun1, Jinwei Yang1, Xuhong Hu1,
Yuri Bilenko1, Remis Gaska1,2, Craig Moe2, Michael
Wraback2; 1Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc., USA,
2
US ARL, USA. We report large area, 245 nm to
250 nm deep UV LEDs with output power more
than 5 mW in CW operation and above 30 mW
for 200 us pulses at 10 % duty cycle.
$5V%%tQN Invited
Ultra-Low Noise Microwave Generation Using
Femtosecond Lasers and Applications, Y. Le
Coq1, J. Millo1, W. Zhang1, M. Abgrall1, M. Lours1,
H. Jiang1, E. M. L. English1, R. Boudot2, P. Y.
Bourgeois2, M. E. Tobar3, J. Guena1, A. Clairon1, A.
Bize1, A. N. Luiten3, Y. Kersale3, G. Santarelli1; 1LNESYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, France, 2FEMTO-ST
Inst., CNRS and ENSMM, France, 3School of Physics, Univ. of Western Australia, Australia. We use
fiber-based frequency combs and optical cavities to
generate low-noise microwave signals. Microwave
extraction at 2.3x10-16 at 1s is demonstrated. We
use such signal for driving a fountain clock at its
projection noise limit.
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High-Performance Sensing with Plasmonic
Nanorod Metamaterials, Viktor A. Podolskiy1,2,
A. V. Kabashin3,4, P. Evans5, S. Pastkovsky4, W.
Hendren5, G. Wurtz5, R. Atkinson5, R. Pollard5,
A. V. Zayats5; 1Oregon State Univ., USA, 2Univ. of
Massachusetts Lowell, USA, 3Univ. de Méditerranée,
France, 4École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada,
5
Queen’s Univ. of Belfast, UK. We present an optical
sensor based on plasmonic nanorod metamaterials. The sensor operates similar to well-established
surface plasmon polariton sensors, but offers
order-of-magnitude improvement over existing
technology. Optical and biological applications
are discussed.
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Asymmetric Autler-Townes Effect in THzDriven Quantum Wells: Beyond the Three State
and Rotating Wave Approximations, Benjamin
Zaks1, Dominik Stehr1,2, Stephen Hughes3, Alex
Maslov4, David Citrin5, Mark Sherwin1; 1Univ. of
California at Santa Barbara, USA, 2Inst. of Ion
Beam Physics and Materials Res., Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany, 3Queens Univ.,
Canada, 4Tucson, USA, 5Georgia Tech Univ., USA.
Quantum wells driven by THz radiation near an
intersubband resonance exhibit a power dependent asymmetry in the excitonic Autler-Townes
doublet. Experimental observations and nonperturbative simulations indicate strong driving
induces a redshift of the intersubband energy.
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Deep Ultraviolet LEDs based on AlGaN Alloys
by Plasma-assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy,
Yitao Liao, Christos Thomidis, Chen-kai Kao, Enrico Bellotti, Theodore D. Moustakas; Boston Univ.,
USA. We report the development of AlGaN-based
deep UV LEDs by plasma-assisted molecular beam
epitaxy, which at bare-die configuration have an
output power of 1.3 mW at 200 mA and external
quantum efficiency of 0.16%.
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Carrier Transport in Dye-sensitized ZnO and
TiO2 Nanoparticles: What Can We Learn from
Ultrafast Terahertz Spectra? Petr Kuzel1, H.
Nemec1, J. Rochford2, O. Taratula2, E. Galoppini2,
A. Yartsev3, V. Sundstrom3; 1Inst. of Physics, Czech
Acad. Sci., Czech Republic, 2Rutgers Univ., USA,
3
Lund Univ., Sweden. We used time-resolved
spectroscopies in terahertz and visible ranges
complemented with Monte-Carlo simulations to
assess the connection between ultrafast charge
injection and formation and transport of mobile
charge carriers in dye-sensitized nano-structured
semiconductors.
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Excitation Wavelength Dependence of TimeResolved Photoluminescence in Deep-UV
MQWs LEDs on Bulk AlN, Gregory A. Garrett1,
Hongen Shen1, Michael Wraback1, James R. Grandusky2, Shawn Gibb2, Leo J. Schowalter2; 1US ARL,
USA, 2Crystal IS, Inc., USA. Photoluminescence
lifetimes of nearly dislocation free high Al content
AlGaN MQW LEDs on bulk AlN are presented as
a function of temperature and excitation power
for both direct photo-excitation of the wells and
barriers.
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Nanodevices Based on Plasmonics for Few/Single Molecule Detection, Enzo Di Fabrizio; Italian
Inst. of Technology, Italy. Different plasmonic based
devices are fabricated using novel micro and nanofabrication techniques for single molecule detection: Self-similar Ag-nanosphere based plasmonic
devices, device comprising tapered nanolens and
photonic crystal cavity and, finally, Si micropillars
based superhydrobhobic surface.
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Attosecond Resolution Timing Jitter Characterization of Diode Pumped Femtosecond
Cr:LiSAF Lasers, Umit Demirbas, Andrew
Benedick, Alphan Sennaroglu, Duo Li, Jungwon
Kim, James G. Fujimoto, Franz X. Kärtner; MIT,
USA. Two diode pumped Cr:LiSAF lasers are
synchronized using a balanced nonlinear optical
cross correlator. An integrated timing jitter of
less than 156 as in the 10 kHz to 10 MHz range
is measured.
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Demonstration of 10.7-Gb/s Transmission in
50-km PON with Uncooled Free-Running 1550nm VCSEL, Kamau Prince, Ming Ma, Timothy B.
Gibbon, I. Tafur Monroy; DTU Fotonik, Denmark.
First-known demonstration of an uncooled,
free-running 1550 nm VCSEL at 10.7 Gb/s over
50 km PON uplink with 35 km SMF and 15 km
inverse dispersion fiber, achieving 24 dB margin
for 10-9 BER.
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High Bandwidth, Ultra-Low Power All Optical
Modulation with a Nano-Fiber Embedded in
Rb Vapor, Kenneth Salit, Mary Salit, Subramanian
Krishnamurthy, Ye Wang, Prem Kumar, Selim M.
Shahriar; Northwestern Univ., USA. We report
all-optical modulation at 2 GHz with 19 attojoules, using a tapered nano-fiber embedded in
Rb vapor. The switching energy is a record low
value for modulation at this speed, requiring
only 75 photons.
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25 W Pico-Second Vortex Output from a MixedVanadate Master Laser and a Yb-Doped Fiber
Power Amplifier, Mio Koyama, Yuichi Tanaka,
Masahito Okida, Katsuhiko Miyamoto, Takashige
Omatsu; Chiba Univ., Japan. A high-power picosecond vortex output from a mixed-vanadate
master laser and a Yb-doped fiber amplifier
system was demonstrated. An output power of
25.3 W was achieved, corresponding to a peak
power of 37.4 kW.
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Fiber Bragg Grating-Based Architectures
for Reconfigurable Services in In-Building
Networks, Gustavo Puerto, José Mora, Beatriz
Ortega, José Capmany, Fulvio Grassi; ITEAM Res.
Inst., Spain. Architectures for dynamic reconfiguration of wavelength services are presented
in this paper. The approaches are based on Fiber
Bragg Gratings (FBG) and optical switching. In
particular, the proposed architectures fit for large
in-building networks
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Tailoring Second-Harmonic Generation in
Birefringent Poled Fiber via Twist, Eric Y. Zhu1,
Li Qian1, Lukas G. Helt2, Marco Liscidini2, John E.
Sipe2, Costantino Corbari3, Albert Canagasabey3,4,
Morten Ibsen3, Peter G. Kazansky3; 1Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. of Toronto,
Canada, 2Physics Dept., Univ. of Toronto, Canada,
3
Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton,
UK, 4Optical Communications Group, Univ. of
New South Wales, Australia. We predict theoretically and demonstrate experimentally the ability
to generate and control the strengths of various
second-harmonic signals in birefringent poled
fiber. This is done by simply twisting the fiber.
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Current Status of the HERACLES, a Millijoule
Level, Multi kHz, Few-Cycle, and CEP Stabilized
OPCPA System, Michael Hemmer, Andreas
Vaupel, Martin Richardson; CREOL, College of
Optics and Photonics, USA. A cryogenic-cooling
free, few-cycle, carrier-envelope-phase stabilized
OPCPA designed to operate at repetition rates
as high as 25 kHz with millijoule level energy is
presented. Motivation, design issues and current
state of the system are reported.
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Secure Key Distribution over a 200km Long
Link Employing a Novel Ultra-long Fiber Lasers
(UFL) Scheme, Omer Kotlicki, Jacob Scheuer;
Tel Aviv Univ., Israel. We demonstrate secure key
distribution over a 200km long link employing a
novel ultralong fiber laser, enabling bit exchange at
0.5 kbps. Excellent immunity for both spectral and
temporal eavesdropping strategies is demonstrated
experimentally.
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Gain Recovery in Columnar Quantum Dot SOA
at 1550 nm, Giampiero Contestabile1,2, Akihiro
Maruta1, Ken-ichi Kitayama1; 1Osaka Univ., Japan,
2
Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy. We report the
experimental characterization of the gain recovery
of a columnar-quantum-dot SOA (CQD-SOA) at
1550 nm. We find a three-step recovery process
that allows 85% gain recovery in 10ps and 100%
in 30ps.
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Hybrid Solid/Gas Blue-Green Multiterawatt
Femtosecond Laser, Gaelle Coustillier1, Vadim
Tcheremiskine1, Raphael Clady1, Olivier Uteza1,
Marc Sentis1, Laurent Charmasson1, Leonid D.
Mikheev2, Andrei Aristov 2; 1Univ. de la Méditerranée, France, 2P.N. Lebedev Physical Inst.,
Russian Federation. The paper presents a visible
(475 nm) multiterawatt femtosecond laser chain
based on solid/gas technology, and composed of
a Ti:Sapphire oscillator, an Optical Parametric
Chirped Pulse Amplifier, a frequency converter,
and a high-power XeF(C-A) amplifier.
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Fiber-Based, Soliton-Tuned Femtosecond Optical Source Mid Infrared Spectral Region, Randy
Bartels, David Winters, Greg Futia, Philip Schlup;
Colorado State Univ., USA. A fiber-based compact
source of mid-infrared ultrafast laser pulses is
presented. A polarization-maintaining fiber amplifier provides the pump pulses, while the signal
pulses are derived from the same source by soliton
self-frequency shifting in the same fiber. Noise and
jitter of the fiber pulses are characterized.
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Electro-Optical Tunable Time Delay and Advance in Silicon Microring Resonator-Based
Notch Filters, Xianshu Luo, Andrew W. Poon;
Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology, China.
We report electro-optical tunable time delay/
advance using silicon microring resonator-based
notch filters. We demonstrated tunable time delay/
advance of ~30 ps / ~70 ps at a single wavelength
upon a voltage change of 10 mV.
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1 GHz Femtosecond Erbium-doped Fiber Lasers, Michelle Y. Sander, Hyunil Byun, Jonathan
Morse, David Chao, Hanfei M. Shen, Ali Motamedi,
Gale Petrich, Leslie Kolodziejski, Erich P. Ippen,
Franz X. Kärtner; MIT, USA. Saturable Bragg
reflector (SBR) mode-locked Er-doped fiber lasers
around 1550nm with a repetition rate of 1GHz are
demonstrated. Key steps to obtain stable, femtosecond pulses by avoiding thermal damage of the
SBR are discussed.
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Multipoint Microfluidic Detection Using an
Integrated Zone Plate Array, Ethan Schonbrun,
Paul E. Steinvurzel, Kenneth B. Crozier; Harvard
Univ., USA. Using a microfabricated zone plate
array, we demonstrate detection of fluorescent
beads at 12 locations along a serpentine microfluidic channel. Cross-correlations of the signals
along the channel enable velocity dispersion
measurements.
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Chip-Scale Integrated Tuning of Slow- and
Fast-Light in All-Optical Analogue to Multi-EIT
in Photonic Crystal Cavities, Tingyi Gu1, Serdar Kocaman1, Xiaodong Yang2, James McMillan1,
Mingbin Yu3, Dim-Lee Kwong3, Chee Wei Wong1;
1
Optical Nanostructures Lab, Columbia Univ., USA,
2
Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA, 3Inst. of Microelectronics, Singapore. We present the integrated
chip-scale tuning of multiple photonic crystal
cavities. The optimized implementation allows
for large tuning (200K/mW), with deterministic
resonance control towards all-optical analogue
to electromagnetically-induced-transparency
on-chip.
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Generation of sub-20fs Pulses from an All-Fiber
Carbon Nanotube Mode-Locked Laser System,
Khanh Kieu, Jason Jones, Nasser Peyghambarian;
Univ. of Arizona, USA. We report a simple allfiber femtosecond laser system based on carbon
nanotube saturable absorber that was capable of
generating 17-fs pulses with optical spectrum
extending from 1000 nm to beyond 1750 nm.
$5V++tQN
Rapid Droplet Mixing Using Light-Actuated
Digital Microfluidics, Shao Ning Pei, Justin K.
Valley, Steven L. Neale, Hsan-Yin Hsu, Arash Jamshidi, Ming C. Wu; Univ. of California at Berkeley,
USA. We demonstrate the rapid droplet mixing
ability of the Light-Actuated Digital Microfluidics
device. A 3x3 array of droplets with 9 different
reagent mixing ratios have been successfully
generated using a digital light projector.
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Femtosecond Operation and Random QuasiPhase-Matched Self-Doubling of Ceramic
Cr:ZnSe Laser, Evgeni Sorokin1, Irina T. Sorokina2;
1
Inst. für Photonik, Technische Univ. Wien, Austria,
2
Dept. of Physics, Norwegian Univ. of Science and
Technology, Norway. A 100-fs Cr:ZnSe laser, based
on a ceramic active medium, generates 100 mW
at 215 MHz repetition rate around 2450 nm.
Co-propagating second-harmonic pulse at 1225
nm is simultaneously generated due to random
quasi-phase-matching process.
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235-Ring Coupled-Resonator Optical Waveguides, Michael L. Cooper1, Greeshma Gupta1,
William M. J. Green2, Solomon Assefa2, Fengnian
Xia2, Yurii A. Vlasov2, Shayan Mookherjea1; 1Univ.
of California, San Diego, USA, 2IBM Thomas J.
Watson Res. Ctr., USA. Silicon microring coupledresonator optical waveguides (CROWs) with up to
235 unit cells are fabricated and measured. These
are the longest CROW structures made, and both
amplitude and group delay variation measurements are reported.
$5V**tQN Invited
Carbon Nanotube Photonics, Shinji Yamashita,
Amos Martinez, Kin Kee Chow; Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan. We review our studies on passively modelocked fiber lasers and nonlinear optical devices
using carbon nanotube (CNT). CNT-based devices
offer several key advantages such as: Ultra-fast
response, robustness, tunability of wavelength,
and compatibility to fibers.
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Planar Electro-optofluidic Chip: Integration of
Nanopore with Optofluidics, Mikhail I. Rudenko1, Matthew R. Holmes2, Philip Measor1, David
W. Deamer1, Aaron R. Hawkins2, Holger Schmidt1;
1
School of Engineering, Univ. of California at Santa
Cruz, USA, 2ECEn Dept., Brigham Young Univ.,
USA. We present integration of two ultra-sensitive
technologies - ARROW waveguides and solid-state
nanopore - in a planar electro-optofluidic platform. The functionality of the chip is demonstrated
using concurrent electrical and optical detection
of fluorescent nanospheres.
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Few-cycle OPCPA system with more than 1 µJ at
143 kHz, Marcel Schultze1, Thomas Binhammer2,
Andy Steinmann1, Guido Palmer1, Moritz Emons1,
Uwe Morgner1,3; 1Inst. of Quantum Optics, Leibniz
Univ. Hannover, Germany, 2Venteon Laser Technologies GmbH, Germany, 3Laser Zentrum Hannover
(LZH), Germany. An OPCPA system delivering 8.8
fs pulses with 1.3 µJ of energy at 143 kHz repetition
rate is presented. Pump and seed for the parametric amplification are simultaneously generated by
a broadband Ti:sapphire oscillator.
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Optical Performance Monitoring at 640Gb/s
Based on Slow Light on a Chip, Bill Corcoran1,
christelle Monat1, Mark Pelusi1, Christian Grillet1,
Tom White2, Liam O’Faolain2, Thomas F. Krauss2,
Benjamin J. Eggleton1, David J. Moss1; 1Univ.
of Sydney, Australia, 2Univ. of St. Andrews, UK.
We demonstrate residual dispersion and OSNR
monitoring from 40Gb/s to 640Gb/s via slow-light
enhanced optical THG in dispersion engineered
2-D silicon photonic crystal waveguides.
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Trapping and Stretching of Single Cells in an
Optofluidic Chip Fabricated by a Femtosecond
Laser, Nicola Bellini1, Krishna Vishnubhatla1,
Roberta Ramponi1, Roberto Osellame2, Francesca
Bragheri3, Lorenzo Ferrara3, Paolo Minzioni3, Ilaria
Cristiani3; 1Physics Dept., Politecnico di Milano,
Italy, 2Inst. di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie-CNR,
Italy, 3CNISM and Electronics Dept., Univ. of Pavia,
Italy. We present a monolithic chip able to perform
single-cell mechanical analyses without physical
contact and with high reproducibility. The chip
is based on a fused silica glass substrate and it is
fabricated by fs-laser micromachining.
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Shinji Tsuji; Hitachi Central Res.
Lab, Japan, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Axel Schulzgen; Univ. of Central
Florida, USA, Presider
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Ultra-Long-Lived Molecular Coherence in H2
Filled Hollow-Core Photonic Crystal Fiber,
Yingying Wang, Francois Couny, Brian Mangan,
Fetah Benabid; Physics Dept., Univ. of Bath, UK.
A delayed probe-pump technique shows the
persistence of molecular coherence of rotational
Raman resonance in hydrogen-filled hollow-core
photonic crystal fiber over a time-scale ~42 times
longer than the dephasing time.
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Direct Observation of Two-Photon Gain in
Semiconductors, Amir Nevet, Alex Hayat, Meir
Orenstein; Technion, Israel. We report the first
observation of two-photon gain in solids, specifically in electrically-pumped room-temperature
semiconductor devices. Structures optimized to
enhance the nonlinear two-photon interaction and
reduce parasitic effects yielded gain in excellent
agreement with theory.
25V(tQN
Observation of Four-Wave Mixing Conversion
Efficiency and Bandwidth in Silicon Photonic
Crystal Waveguides, James F. McMillan1, Mingbin
Yu2, Dim-Lee Kwong2, Chee-Wei Wong1; 1Optical
Nanostructures Lab, USA, 2Inst. of Microelectroncis,
Singapore. We present observations of slow-light
enhanced four-wave mixing in silicon photonic
crystal waveguides (11-dB enhancement in idler
conversion efficiency), with a corresponding reduction in conversion bandwidth due to increased
group velocity dispersion.
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Integrated Device with Three Mutually Coupled
DFB Lasers for Tunable, Narrow Linewidth,
mm-Wave Signal Generation, Marco Soldo1,
Marco Zanola1,2, Michael J. Strain2, Marc Sorel2,
Guido Giuliani1; 1Univ. di Pavia, Italy, 2Univ. of
Glasgow, UK. An integrated monolithic device
where two DFB lasers are phase-locked via mutual
injection, assisted by a Four-Wave-Mixing process
that takes place in an auxiliary DFB, generates a
spectrally pure tunable mm-wave signal.
$5V--tQN Invited
Integration of Semiconductors, Molecules, and
Metals into Microstructured Optical Fibers,
John V. Badding1, N. F. Baril1, J. R. Sparks1, J. A.
Calkins1, D. A. Allara1, P. J. A. Sazio2, A. C. Peacock2, N. Healy2, V. Gopalan1, M. Krishnamurthy1,
I. Temnykh1; 1Pennsylvania State Univ., USA,
2
Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton,
UK. Integration of semiconductors, molecules and
metals into microstructured optical fibers allows
for exploitation of the broad range of electronic
and optical properties that these materials can
exhibit, making possible in-fiber optoelectronic
devices.
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Generation of 5-fs Pulses Tunable from 400
to 120 nm by Kagome-Lattice Hollow-Core
PCF, Anton Husakou, Song-Jin Im, Joachim Herrmann; Max-Born-Inst., Germany. We predict the
generation of isolated UV/VUV 5-fs pulses from
Ti:sapphire laser pulses during spectral broadening in argon-filled kagome-cladding PCF. The
spectral position of the pulse can be easily tuned
by changing the pressure.
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Dual Wavelength Gain Guided Broad Area
Semiconductor Lasers, Uttam Reddy, Neville L.
Dias, Akash Garg, Varun B. Verma, Jonathan D.
Young, James J. Coleman; Univ. of Illinois at Urbana
Champaign, USA. A monolithically integrated
dual wavelength semiconductor laser for optical
heterodyning is presented. We present a novel
laser design which employs surface etched DBR
gratings in order to obtain lasing at very narrow
line widths.
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Nanobore PCF Maintaining Cylindrically
Polarized Modes, Tijmen G. Euser1, Nicolas Y.
Joly1,2, Christian Gabriel1,2, Christoph Marquardt1,2,
Leyun Y. Zang1,2, Peter Banzer1,2, André Brenn1,2,
Dominique Elser1,2, Michael Förtsch1,2, Silke Rammler1, Michael Scharrer1,2, Gerd Leuchs1,2, Philip
St.J. Russell1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of
Light, Germany, 2Inst. for Optics, Information and
Photonics, Univ. Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.
A nanoscale hole placed centrally in the core of
a PCF breaks the degeneracy between radially
and azimuthally polarized modes, causing a large
splitting in phase velocity, group velocity and
dispersion.
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Comparisons between Linear and Nonlinear
Localized Waves in Semiconductor Lasers
within a Surface Photonic Crystal Structure,
YuanYao Lin1, Jin-Shan Pan2, Tsin-Dong Lee3,
Ray-Kuang Lee1; 1Natl. TsingHua Univ., Taiwan,
2
TrueLight Corp., Taiwan, 3Industrial Technology
Res. Inst., Taiwan. Without a holding beam, we
report experimental observations of cavity solitons
in a surface-photonic-crystal-structured VCSEL
by the near-field scanning optical microscope.
Comparisons between linear defect modes and
cavity solitons are illustrated experimentally and
numerically.
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MPSK Modulation by Optical Injection Locked
VCSEL, Peng Guo1,2, Wei Jian Yang1, Devang
Parekh 1, Cheng Hong 2, Cheng Zhang 2, Zhang
Yuan Chen2, Connie J. Chang-Hasnain1; 1Univ. of
California at Berkeley, USA, 2Peking Univ., China.
Optical phase modulator based on OIL-VCSEL is
investigated for the first time. Simulation shows a
directly modulated OIL-VCSEL can function as
a key component in QPSK or 8PSK transmitters.
Preliminary phase-shift-keying characteristic is
demonstrated experimentally.
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Low Loss Amorphous Silicon Microstructured
Optical Fiber with Large Mode Area Behavior,
Noel Healy1, Justin R. Sparks2, Marco N. Petrovich1,
Pier J. A. Sazio1, John V. Badding2, Anna C. Peacock1; 1Univ. of Southampton, UK, 2Penn State Univ.,
USA. An amorphous silicon microstructured
optical fiber is presented. The fiber exhibits large
mode area guidance properties and has a small
core-cladding index contrast so that only two
modes are supported over all telecommunications bands.
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Presider
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Sushil Kumar; MIT, USA,
Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Polytechnic Inst., USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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R. Jason Jones; Univ. of Arizona,
USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Natasha Litchinitser; SUNY
Buffalo, USA, Presider
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Phase-Locked Arrays of Surface-Emitting
Terahertz Quantum-Cascade Lasers, Tsung-Yu
Kao1, Qing Hu1, John L. Reno2; 1MIT, USA, 2Sandia Natl. Labs, USA. We report single-mode operation of phase-locked arrays of surface-emitting
distributed-feedback terahertz quantum-cascade
lasers. Carefully-designed phase-sector locks lasers
in-phase, creating tighter beam-patterns along
the phased-array direction (FWHM~10deg).
This method allows beam-steering applications
at terahertz frequencies.
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Plasmon-Enhanced Light Emission from InGaN
Quantum Wells Using Lithographically Defined
Nanoparticle Arrays, John T. Henson, Emmanouil
Dimakis, Jeff DiMaria, Theodore D. Moustakas, Roberto Paiella; Boston Univ., USA. Square periodic
arrays of silver nanoparticles featuring plasmonic
resonances in the technologically important green
spectral region were developed and used to demonstrate plasmon-enhanced light emission from
InGaN quantum wells.
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Solid-State Ring Laser Gyro with Similar Level
of Performance as Its Helium-Neon Counterpart, Sylvain Schwartz1, François Gutty2, Gilles
Feugnet1, Jean-Paul Pocholle1; 1Thales Res. and
Technology, France, 2Thales Avionics, France.
Thanks to fast vibration of its gain medium, a
solid-state ring laser gyro is shown to have a
frequency behaviour similar to Helium-Neon
commercial products, with potentially equivalent
level of angular random walk.
25V)tQN Invited
Nonlinear Wave Control and Rainbows in
Complex Gyroelectric Structures, Allan D.
Boardman1, Peter Egan1, Ortwin Hess2, Rhiannon
C. Mitchell-Thomas1, Yuriy G. Rapoport1,3; 1Univ. of
Salford, UK, 2Univ. of Surrey, UK, 3Taras Shevchenko Kyiv Natl. Univ., Ukraine. A fascinating review
of nonlinear waves in metamaterials is presented
with an emphasis upon complex waveguides. Many
opportunities exist for elegant control such as the
capture of rainbows and an exciting deployment
of magneto-optic environments.
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Phase-locking of a 2.7Terahertz Quantum Cascade Laser to a Femtosecond Mode-Locked ErFiber Laser, Stefano Barbieri1, Giorgio Santarelli2,
Pierre Gellie1, Lu Ding1, Massimiliano Amato1, Wilfried Maineult1, Carlo Sirtori1, Raffaele Colombelli3,
Harvey Beere4, David Ritchie4; 1Lab MPQ-Univ.
Paris 7-CNRS UMR 7162, France, 2LNE-SYRTE
CNRS, UPMC, Observatoire de Paris, France, 3Inst.
d’Electronique Fondamentale, Univ. Paris Sud and
CNRS, UMR 8622, France, 4Cavendish Lab, UK. We
demonstrate the phase-locking of a 2.7Terahertz
Quantum Cascade Laser to the repetition rate of
a commercial Er-doped fiber-fs-laser. We observe
a linewidth of the beatnote signal with a signal-tonoise of 80dB in 1Hz bandwidth.
$5V//tQN
Effective Suppression of In Localization and
Piezoelectric Field in InGaN Multi QuantumWells by Growth on Nano Scale Pyramidal
Facets, Taek Kim, Jusung Kim, Moonseung Yang,
Sangmoon Lee, Yongsoo Park, Uin Chung; Samsung
Advanced Inst. of Technology, Republic of Korea.
With a comparative study of MQWs on nano, and
micro pyramids, we find elastic strain relaxation by
nano size is responsible to uniform In distribution
and reduced piezoelectric field in addition to the
semipolar plane.
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Low Temperature near-Field Scanning Optical
Microscopy of IR and THz Surface-Plasmon
Quantum Cascade Lasers, Ioana C. Moldovan
Doyen1, Arthur Babuty1, Adel Bousseksou2, Raffaele Colombelli2, Samuel Grésillon1, Yannick De
Wilde1; 1Inst. Langevin, France, 2Inst. d’électronique
Fondamentale, Univ. Paris Sud, France. We present
the first scattering type near-field scanning optical
microscope operating at low temperature. This
instrument is ideal to study infrared and terahertz
QCLs combined with metallic photonic crystal
resonators and surface plasmon waveguides.
$5V..tQN Invited
Quantum Cascade Laser Oscillating in CircuitBased Resonator, Christoph Walther, Giacomo
Scalari, Maria Amanti, Mattias Beck, Jérôme Faist;
ETH Zurich, Switzerland. We present a microcavity
for the Terahertz based on a lumped circuit inductor - capacitor resonator. The substitution of the
capacitor dielectric by a gain medium allows to
observe lasing oscillations in the microcavity.
$5V//tQN
Light Extraction Enhancement of a LightEmitting Diode by Fabricating Surface Gratings
around the Mesa with Patterned Photoelectrochemical Wet Etching, Cheng-Hung Lin,
Cheng-Yen Chen, Dong-Ming Yeh, C. C. Yang; Natl.
Taiwan Univ., Taiwan. The >43% enhancement of
light extraction by fabricating a surface grating
structure around the mesa of a light-emitting diode
with an approach combining photoelectrochemical wet etching and phase mask interferometry is
demonstrated.
$5V00tQN Invited
Ultrastable Atomic Force Microscopy Using
Laser-Based, Active Noise Cancellation, Thomas
T. Perkins, Gavin M. King, Allison B. Churnside,
Ashley R. Carter; JILA, NIST, Univ. of Colorado at
Boulder, USA. We achieved a 100-fold improvement in tip-sample stability by stabilizing the
tip and the sample in 3-D using laser light backscattered off the apex of an AFM tip and a reference
mark in the sample.
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Contact Printing of Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diode on Silicon Probe Tip, Kazunori
Hoshino, Ashwini Gopal, John X. J. Zhang; Univ. of
Texas at Austin, USA. A novel quantum dot based
LED is fabricated directly on a micromachined
silicon probe. Monolayers of quantum dots are
precisely deposited at the probe tip through
microcontact printing and electrically excited to
show successful electroluminescence.
25V)tQN
Three-Dimensional Invisibility-Cloaking
Structure at Optical Frequencies, Tolga Ergin1,2,
Nicolas Stenger1,2, Martin Wegener1,2,3; 1Inst. für
Angewandte Physik, Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology (KIT), Germany, 2DFG-Ctr. for Functional
Nanostructures (CFN), Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology (KIT), Germany, 3Inst. für Nanotechnologie,
Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology (KIT), Germany. We
realize a three-dimensional invisibility-cloaking
structure operating at optical frequencies. We
employ a woodpile photonic crystal in the longwavelength limit with tailored polymer filling
fraction to hide a bump in a gold reflector.
25V)tQN
Three-Dimensional Chiral Photonic Superlattices, Michael Thiel1, Georg von Freymann2,
Martin Wegener1; 1Inst. für Angewandte Physik
and DFG-Ctr. for Functional Nanostructures,
Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany, 2Inst. für
Nanotechnologie, Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology,
Germany. We study the chiral optical properties
of three-dimensional photonic superlattices
composed of polymeric helices in various spatial
checkerboard-like configurations. We fabricate
and characterize four arrangements of circularspiral photonic crystals with different relative
phase and handedness.
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4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Christopher Wood; Precision
Photonics Corp., USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Narasimha S. Prasad; NASA
Langley Res. Ctr., USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Gregory D. Goodno; Northrop
Grumman Corp., USA, Presider
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Challenges in Design and Testing of Coherent
Receivers, Robert Marsland; Optametra, LLC,
USA. Since coherent receivers are nearing mass
production for communication, it is crucial to
consider the approaches to their design and
evaluation, with emphasis on testing for optical
front end calibration and production pass/fail
type testing.
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Plasma Waveguide Arrays from Filament Interaction in Air, Xuan Yang, Jian Wu, Yan Peng,
Yuqi Tong, Peifen Lu, Liang’en Ding, Heping Zeng;
East China Normal Univ., China. We demonstrate
the formation of 1-D and 2-D plasma waveguide
arrays induced by the strong interactions of
non-collinearly femtosecond-pulse-induced
filaments in air. The periodic self-channeling is
evidenced by the direct observation of the filament coalescence.
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Solid-State Laser Power Scaling to 100 kW
and Beyond, Hagop Injeyan1,2; 1California State
Univ., USA, 2Pasadena City College, USA. ARecent
Advances in Solid-State Laser development and
power scaling have reached the critical 100 kW
milestone. In this tutorial we discuss the underlying optical and thermo-mechanical issues of power
scaling solid state lasers, and the techniques and
architectures that various groups are using to
overcome these issues to scale power to 100 kW
and beyond.
$5V11tQN
Do Circularly Polarized Filaments Exist? Jeremy
Yeak, Shermineh Rostami, Chengyong Feng, Xiaozhen Xu, Jean-Claude Diels; Univ. of New Mexico,
USA. Filaments prepared by launching a focused
beam (< 200µm) from vacuum to air exist only
in linear polarization, in contrast to observations
reporting filaments produced from a circularly
polarized beam let to self-focus in air.
$5V11tQN
Generation and Self-Trapping of Optical
Propelling Beams, Peng Zhang1, Simon Huang1,
Yi Hu1,2, Daniel Hernandez1, Masami Yoshihara1,
Zhigang Chen1,2; 1San Francisco State Univ., USA,
2
Nankai Univ., China. We generate optical beams
with rotating intensity blades, namely “optical
propellers”, by employing Moiré technique. Such
rotating beams are controlled by SLM without
mechanical movement or phase-sensitive interference. Self-trapping of propelling beams is also
demonstrated.
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Direct Phase Detection Technique Using an
Injection-Locked VCSEL, Nazanin Hoghooghi,
Ibrahim Ozdur, Mehmetcan Akbulut, Peter Delfyett;
CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, Univ.
of Central Florida, USA. A technique for direct
detection of the phase of optical signals using an
injection-locked VCSEL is presented. Conversion of the phase modulation to modulation of
the voltage across the VCSEL is experimentally
demonstrated.
$5V11tQN
Second Harmonic Optical Vortex Generation
in Air, Martynas Beresna1, Peter G. Kazansky1,
Yuri P. Svirko2, Martynas Barkauskas3, Romas
Danielius3; 1Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of
Southampton, UK, 2Dept. of Physics and Mathematics, Univ. of Joensuu, Finland, 3Light Conversion
Ltd., Lithuania. We demonstrate second harmonic
vortex generation in atmospheric pressure air using tightly focused femtosecond laser beam. The
average second harmonic power is two orders of
magnitude higher compared to previous reports.
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Suppression of Intermodulation Distortion
(IMD) in Coherent Systems Using Polymeric
Dual Parallel Mach-Zehnder Modulators,
SeongKu Kim1, Wei Liu1, Harold R. Fetterman1,
Qibing Pei1, Larry R. Dalton2; 1Univ. of California
at Los Angeles, USA, 2Univ. of Washington, USA. A
linearized dual-parallel Mach-Zehnder modulator
(DPMZM) based on a new electro-optic polymer
is experimentally demonstrated to suppress
third-order intermodulation-distortion (IMD3)
in a coherent analog fiber optic link. A total 30dB
cancellation of IMD3 was achieved.
Hagop Injeyan is a former Technical Fellow
at Northrop Grumman, Aerospace Sector, in
Redondo Beach, California. During his 27 years
at TRW and NG, Dr. Injeyan has been involved
in the development of many types of lasers for
industrial and military applications. During
the last 2 decades, he has focused on the design
and development of state-of-the-art high-power
solid-state lasers. He specializes in architectures
that have enabled scaling of solid state lasers to
100 kW and beyond as well as using advanced
concepts such as phase conjugation and other
forms of nonlinear optics for wavelength conversion. Dr. Injeyan holds over 20 patents related to
laser development and optical fields.
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Aperiodic Quasi-Phase-Matched Gratings for
Efficient and Broadband Optical Parametric
Chirped Pulse Amplification, Chris R. Phillips1, Martin M. Fejer1, Clemens Heese2, Lukas
Gallmann2, Ursula Keller2; 1Stanford Univ., USA,
2
ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Optical parametric
amplifiers using aperiodic quasi-phase-matched
gratings offer wide amplification bandwidths and
high efficiencies. Parasitic conversion processes
and spatiotemporal distortions occur, and we discuss these effects and how they can be suppressed
by grating design.
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Slow-Light Silicon Mach-Zehnder Modulator
Based-on Cascaded Ring Resonators, Suguru
Akiyama, Teruo Kurahashi, Takeshi Baba, Nobuaki
Hatori, Tatsuya Usuki, Tsuyoshi Yamamoto; Fujitsu
Labs Ltd., Japan. Slow-light Mach-Zehnder modulator on SOI substrate is developed, which utilizes
cascaded ring resonators in all-pass filter configuration. A fabricated device shows seven-fold
enhancement in modulation efficiency, compared
with a conventional modulator.
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Bismuth-Doped Fiber Integrated Ring Laser
Mode-Locked with a Nanotube-Based Saturable
Absorber, E. J. R. Kelleher1, J. C. Travers1, Z. Sun2,
A. C. Ferrari2, K. M. Golant3, S. V. Popov1, J. R.
Taylor1; 1Imperial College London, UK, 2Univ. of
Cambridge, UK, 3Kotel’nikov Inst. of Radio Engineering and Electronics, Russian Federation. We
demonstrate passive mode-locking of a bismuthdoped fiber laser using a single-wall nanotubebased saturable absorber. Stable operation in the
all-normal dispersion and average soliton regime is
obtained, with an all-fiber integrated format.
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Double Trap Optical Tweezers as a Tool for
Direct Studying of Single Red Blood Cell
Aggregation, Maria Khokhlova 1, Alexandr
Zhdanov1, Evgeny Lyubin1, Sofia Rykova2, Irina
Sokolova2, Andrey Fedyanin1; 1 Faculty of Physics,
Moscow State Univ., Russian Federation, 2 Inst.
of Mechanics, Moscow State Univ., Russian Federation. Double optical tweezers is suggested for
studying red blood cell aggregation. Quantitative
measurements of interaction forces between a
pair of RBC are performed. Comparative analysis
of aggregation for healthy and pathological blood
samples is shown.
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Dual Wavelength Pumped 1.550μm High-Power
Optical Parametric Chirped-Pulse Amplifier
System, Ryan J. Law1, Thomas R. Nelson1, Ian
T. Kohl2, Alex L. Lovesee2, James V. Rudd3, Joel R.
Buckley4; 1Sandia Natl. Labs, USA, 2Voss Scientific,
USA, 3Lockheed Martin Coherent Technology, USA,
4
Clean Earth Technologies, USA. OPCPA utilizing
a 300ps ND:YAG pump, a 1.550μm fiber signal, a
first stage LBO nonlinear crystal, and second stage
KTA nonlinear crystals was designed and built.
Gain >109 and peak powers >330 GW obtained.
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90ps Tunable True-Time Delay Line Based on
Photonic Crystals, Pierre Colman, Jerome Bourderionnet, Sylvain Combrié, Daniel Dolfi, Alfredo
De Rossi; Thales Res. and Technology, France. A
photonic crystal waveguide delay line is reported
with 90ps of tunable delay over a 20GHz bandwidth, corresponding to a maximum phase-shift
of 600°. The true-time delay characteristics are
evidenced using a vector network analyzer.
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10GHz Pulsed Er-Yb Fiber Laser Using an
Optically Deposited Carbon-Nanotube Film in
a Fiber Mirror, Amos Martinez, Kazuyuki Fuse,
Shinji Yamashita; Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. We achieve
9.73GHz pulsed operation in a short cavity fiber
Fabry-Pérot lasers using a heavily doped Er-Yb
fiber and a saturable absorber consisting of a
Carbon Nanotube film optically deposited into a
highly reflective mirror.
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Photonic Quantum Ring Lasers for Massive
Biological Cell Manipulation, O’Dae Kwon,
Mi-Hyang Sheen, Seung-Eun Lee; Pohang Univ.
of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea. We
report on recent studies on high power photonic
quantum ring lasers for improved massive micromanipulation of biological cells or small particles
in microfluidic channel.
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Performance Scaling of Ultrabroadband OPCPA
with Conformal Pulse Profiles, Jeffrey Moses,
Shu-Wei Huang, Franz X. Kärtner; MIT, USA.
Employing closed-form solutions derived for the
pump-depletion regime of parametric amplification, we show that application of conformal profile
theory to ultrabroadband OPCPA can extend its
efficiency, bandwidth, and peak-power capabilities
by several hundred percent.
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Dynamics of Nonlinear Loss in a Silicon Slow
Light Photonic Crystal Waveguide, Bill Corcoran1, Christelle Monat1, Dominik Pudo1, Mark
Pelusi1, David J. Moss1, Benjamin J. Eggleton1,
Thomas P. White2, Liam O’Faolain2, Thomas F.
Krauss2; 1CUDOS / IPOS, School of Physics, Univ. of
Sydney, Australia, 2School of Physics and Astronomy,
Univ. of St. Andrews, UK. We directly investigate
the influence of nonlinear loss dynamics on a
slow-light silicon waveguide optical limiter, mapping how the response of free carrier absorption
varies as intensity changes approach the free carrier recombination time.
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Generation of Frequency-Doubled 55 fs Pulses
from an Erbium Fiber Laser System, Robert
Herda, Andreas Brodschelm, Thomas Hellerer,
Frank Lison; TOPTICA Photonics AG, Germany.
The pulses of an Erbium-doped fiber-laser system
are frequency doubled to 780 nm and compressed
in a Gires-Tournois-interferometer mirror pair to a
duration of 55 fs having a peak power of 35 kW.
$5V++tQN
Particle Size Limits of Optical Trapping and
Deflection for Sorting Using Diode Laser Bars,
Robert W. Applegate1, David W. M. Marr2, Jeff
Squier2, Steven W. Graves1; 1Univ. of New Mexico,
USA, 2Colorado School of Mines, USA. We model
and examine advantages and limitations of diode
laser bar trapping for manipulating particles
greater than 100 µm in diameter. This method
overcomes limitations that prevent conventional point traps from effectively directing large
particles.
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Forward Stimulated Inter-polarization Scattering by Torsional-Radial Acoustic Resonances
in PCF Core, Myeong Soo Kang, André Brenn,
Philip St.J. Russell; Max-Planck Inst. for the Science
of Light, Germany. We report forward stimulated
inter-polarization scattering mediated by torsional-radial acoustic resonances in photonic crystal
fiber. Orthogonally-polarized co-propagating
pump and Stokes waves undergo Stokes power
conversion. We also develop analytical theory,
which agrees with experimental results.
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Linewidth Enhancement Factor Effects on
Modulation Response of Isolator-Free InjectionLocked Semiconductor Lasers, Zhenshan Yang,
Weng W. Chow; Sandia Natl. Labs, USA. It was
recently discovered that the relaxation oscillation frequency of a semiconductor laser may be
increased with injection-locking. Here we demonstrate nontrivial effects of linewidth enhancement
factor on modulation response of isolator-free
injection-locked semiconductor lasers.
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Design and Fabrication of Photonic Crystal
Fibers for Plasmonic Sensing, Applications
from the Visible to THz, Maksim Skorobogatiy;
École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada. Design
of highly sensitive bio- and chemical plasmonassisted sensors based on photonic crystal fibers
with metallic inclusions are reviewed. Recent
advances in the experimental realization of such
sensors are presented.
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Image Transmission through Self-Defocusing
Photonic Lattices, Jianke Yang1, Zhigang Chen2;
1
Univ. of Vermont, USA, 2San Francisco State
Univ., USA. We demonstrate that self-defocusing
photonic lattices support various shapes of soliton states (such as Y-shape and H-shape) which
are stable. Based on this finding, we propose to
transmit images through these self-defocusing
photonic lattices.
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Narrow Linewidth DBR-RW Lasers Emitting near 1064 nm, Stefan Spiessberger1, Max
Schiemangk 2, Andreas Wicht 1, Götz Erbert 1;
1
Ferdinand-Braun-Inst., Germany, 2Humboldt
Univ. zu Berlin, Inst. für Physik, Germany. We
report on the realization of narrow linewidth
high power DBR lasers. We obtain a minimum
intrinsic linewidth of 12kHz and a total linewidth
(both 100µs) of 147kHz FWHM at an output
power of 130mW.
25V(tQN
Generation of Stable Sub-10 fs Pulses at 400 nm
in a Hollow Fiber Uused for UV Pump-Probe
Experiment, Jun Liu, Takayoshi Kobayashi;
Univ. of Electro-Communications, Japan. Stable
sub-10fs pulses at 400nm were obtained using a
beam pointing stabilizer before the hollow fiber
compressor system. By using the obtained pulse,
we observed the C-H vibration mode of C6H12 at
2955cm-1 in real-time.
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A C2H2 Frequency-Stabilized Laser Diode with
a Linewidth of 4 kHz and Its Application to an
Optical Phase-Locked Loop, Keisuke Kasai,
Masataka Nakazawa; Res. Inst. of Electrical Communication, Tohoku Univ., Japan. We report a
narrow linewidth 13C2H2 frequency-stabilized
laser diode with an FM-eliminated output. The
frequency stability reached as high as 2.3×10-11
(τ=1 s). A low phase noise OPLL is demonstrated
using this laser.
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Non-Reciprocal Raman Gain in SuspendedCore and Nanowire Silica Optical Fibers,
Michael Krause, Hagen Renner, Ernst Brinkmeyer;
Technische Univ. Hamburg-Harburg, Germany. The
Raman gain in suspended-core and nanowire silica
optical fibers significantly depends on the relative
propagation directions of the pump and Stokes
waves, enabling applications for nonreciprocal
components.
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Broadband THz Lasing from a Photon-Phonon
Quantum Cascade Structure Emitting from 2.8
to 4.1 THz, Giacomo Scalari, Maria I. Amanti,
Romain Terazzi, Mattias Beck, Christoph Walther,
Jerome Faist; ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Laser
emission over a broad range of frequencies from
2.8 to 4.1 THz is reported from a two-quantum
well, photon-phonon cascade structure with
peak powers exceeding 30 mW in a double-metal
waveguide.
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Polarity-controlled Visible/IR Electroluminescence in Si-nanocrystal/Si Light-emitting
Diodes, Jiming Bao1, Jiangdong Huang2, Zhihong
Liu 1, Federico Capasso 3, Apostolos Voutsas 2,
Pooran Joshi2, John Hartzell2; 1Univ. of Houston,
USA, 2Sharp Labs of America, USA, 3Harvard
Univ., USA. We report the demonstration of
room-temperature two-color Si-nanocrystal/Si
light-emitting diodes, which emit infrared light
from silicon and visible emission from the Sinanocrystal film when Si substrate is forward and
reverse biased, respectively.
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Prism-Pair Interferometer for Precise Refractive
Index Measurement Using Spectral Lamp Radiation with Simultaneous Wavelength Calibration,
Yasuaki Hori, Akiko Hirai, Kaoru Minoshima;
Natl. Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology, Japan. We developed a prism-pair
interferometer which measures precise refractive
index of glasses while ensuring the SI-traceability
of a lamp wavelength. The measurement result
agrees with manufacture’s value within 1×10-5.
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Ultrafast Dual-Band Optical Switching Device
with a Negative-Index Metamaterial, Zahyun
Ku1, Keshav M. Dani2, Prashanth C. Upadhya2,
Rohit P. Prasankumar2, Antoinette J. Taylor2, S.
R. J. Brueck1; 1Ctr. for High Technology Materials,
USA, 2Ctr. for Integrated Nanotechnologies, USA.
We demonstrate an ultrafast (600 fs) dual-band
optical switching device using a negative-index
metamaterial. A large switching ratio is achieved
at both the fundamental (70%) and higher order
coupling bands (20%) of the negative-index
resonance.
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Terahertz Quantum Cascade Lasers with Integrated Plasmonic Collimators, Nanfang Yu1,
Qi Jie Wang1, Suraj Khanna2, Lianhe Li2, A. Giles
Davies2, Edmund H. Linfield2, Federico Capasso1;
1
Harvard Univ., USA, 2School of Electronic and
Electrical Engineering, Univ. of Leeds, UK. We
report collimation of THz quantum-cascade lasers
by patterning plasmonic structures on laser facets.
A beam divergence angle of ~10 degrees and an
increase of the collected power by a factor of ~5
are demonstrated.
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Quantum Efficiency Enhancement Optimization in Colloidal Semiconductor Quantum Dot
Solids Using Nonradiative Energy Transfer,
Sedat Nizamoglu, Onur Akin, Hilmi Volkan Demir;
Bilkent Univ., Turkey. We investigate quantum
efficiency (QE) enhancement via recycling of
trapped excitons in energy-gradient of quantum
dot solids using nonradiative energy transfer. The
maximum QE increase of 17% is achieved when
the donor-acceptor ratio is 1:1.
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Speckle Noise Suppression by Unbalanced Nulling Interferometer and Adaptive Optics, Kaito
Yokochi1, Jun Nishikawa2, Naoshi Murakami3,
Lyu Abe4, Motohide Tamura2, Takashi Kurokawa1;
1
Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology, Japan,
2
Natl. Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan,
3
Hokkaido Univ., Japan, 4Univ. de Nice-Sophia
Antipolis, France. We demonstrated speckle suppression by an unbalanced nulling interferometer,
and correction of the aberration by the phase amplitude correction for precise wavefront correction
beyond an adaptive optics performance limit.
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Experimental Observation of the Trapped Rainbow, Igor I. Smolyaninov1, Vera Smolyaninova2,
Alexander V. Kildishev3, Vladimir M. Shalaev3;
1
BAE Systems, USA, 2Towson Univ., USA, 3Purdue
Univ., USA. We report on the experimental demonstration of the broadband “trapped rainbow”
in the visible range using an adiabatically tapered
waveguide. Being a distinct case of the slow light
phenomenon, this effect can enhanced lightmatter interactions.
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Terahertz Sources Based on Difference-Frequency Generation near Exit Facets in Dual-Wavelength Mid-Infrared Quantum Cascade Lasers,
Robert W. Adams1, Augustinas Vizbaras2, Min
Jang1, Christian Grasse2, Simeon Katz2, Gerhard
Boehm2, Markus C. Amann2, Mikhail A. Belkin1;
1
Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA, 2Technische Univ.
München, Germany. We report novel quantum cascade laser sources based on difference-frequency
generation in nonlinear sections localized near
exit facets. This new approach allows for infraredto-terahertz conversion efficiencies above 1mW/
W2. Experimentally, devices operating at 4THz
are discussed.
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Nanophosphors Based on CdSe/ZnS and CdSe/
SiO2 Colloidal Quantum Dots for DaylightQuality White LEDs, Brian A. Akins, Gloria
Medina, Tosifa A. Memon, Antonio C. Rivera,
Gennady A. Smolyakov, Marek Osinski; Univ. of
New Mexico, USA. Properly mixed combination of
CdSe/ZnS and CdSe/SiO2 colloidal quantum dots
of different sizes is suggested as a nanophosphor
material to be combined with blue InGaN/GaN
LEDs for well-balanced color content of white
light emission.
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Frequency-to-Time Assisted Interferometry for
Polarization-Diversified, Single-Shot, Full-Field
Waveform Measurement, Nicolas K. Fontaine,
Ryan P. Scott, J. P. Heritage, S. J. B. Yoo; Univ. of
California at Davis, USA. A new polarizationdiversified, real-time, single-shot interferometric
measurement technique utilizing frequencyto-time mapping and four-quadrature digital
coherent detection cha-racterizes the amplitude
and phase of optical waveforms with 700-ps record lengths, 560-GHz bandwidth and 40-MHz
measurement update rates.
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New Concepts in Spoof Surface Plasmon
Polariton Metamaterials, Stefan Maier; Experimental Solid State Group, Dept. of Physics, Imperial
College London, UK. New approaches to create
high-confinement surface waveguides based on
spoof surface plasmon polaritons in the infrared
part of the spectrum will be presented, focusing
on structures with improved trade-off between
bandwidth and confinement.
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Towards the Implementation of an Organic
Inorganic Laser for Next Generation Optical
Applications, Giorgio Maria Tosi Beleffi1, Stefano
Penna2, Hovik Baghdasaryan3, Naoya Wada4, Satoshi Shinada4, Masashi Nakao4, Paulo Sergio De
Bitro Andrè5; 1MISE Dip. Comm. ISCTI, Italy, 2Univ.
of Tor Vergata, Italy, 3Fiber Optics Communication
Lab State Engineering Univ. of Armenia, Armenia,
4
Natl. Inst. of Inf. and Communications Technology,
Japan, 5Inst. de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal. Authors report simulations and experimental results
on the engineering of a small molecule-on-silica
based waveguide grating implementation for next
generation optical lasing applications.
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Determination of the Transient Electron Temperature in Femtosecond Laser-Induced Air
Plasma, Zhanliang Sun, Jinhai Chen, Wolfgang
Rudolph; Univ. of New Mexico, USA. The transient electron temperature in a fs laser air plasma
(filament) was determined with ps resolution
from pump-probe diffraction and absorption
measurements. Plasma modeling shows good
agreement with experiments if inelastic collisions
are included.
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Yb-Doped Sesquioxide Thin Disk Lasers
Exceeding 300 W of Output Power in Continuous-Wave Operation, Christian Kränkel1, Rigo
Peters2, Oliver H. Heckl1, Cyrill R. E. Baer1, Clara
J. Saraceno1, Kolja Beil2, Thomas Südmeyer1, Klaus
Petermann2, Ursula Keller1, Günter Huber2; 1Inst.
of Quantum Electronics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2Inst. of Laser-Physics, Univ. of Hamburg,
Germany. We report on VBG-diode-pumped
Yb:Lu2O3, Yb:Sc2O3, and Yb:LuScO3 thin disk
lasers delivering more than 250 W of output power
at optical-to-optical efficiencies up to 73%. 140 W
of fundamental-mode output power were obtained
with Yb:Lu2O3.
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170 Gbit/s Transmission in Al2O3:Er3+ Integrated
Amplifiers, Jonathan D. b. Bradley1, Marcia Costa
e Silva2, Mathilde Gay2, Laurent Bramerie2, Alfred
Driessen1, Kerstin Wörhoff1, Jean-Claude Simon2,
Markus Pollnau1; 1MESA+ Inst. for Nanotechnology,
Netherlands, 2Univ. of Rennes 1/ENSSAT, France.
Transmission of a 170 Gbit/s signal at 1550 nm
was demonstrated in an integrated erbium-doped
waveguide amplifier. Open eye diagrams and no
power penalty were observed with the amplifier
in the transmission system.
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Nonlinear Phase Contrast Enhancement, Alexandre S. Goy, Demetri Psaltis; École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. We demonstrate a simple method to detect small phase steps
using propagation in Kerr media. In experiments,
nonlinear diffraction in acetone produced high
contrast signals for a π/80 phase mask.
$5V22tQN
Diode-Pumped Nd:YAG Self-Adaptive Resonator with a High Gain Amplifier Operating
at 100 Hz, Rémi Soulard, Arnaud Brignon,
Stephane Raby, Eric Durand; Thales, France. A
small intensity gain length product as high as
5.5 is demonstrated in a diode-pumped ceramic
Nd:YAG amplifier. This module allows to realize
a self-adaptive laser resonator operating at 100Hz
and delivering 100mJ, 20ns pulses.
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Aerogel Package for Fused Fibre Couplers, Limin
Xiao, Michael Grogan, Richard England, William
Wadsworth, Tim Birks; Univ. of Bath, UK. Fused
fibre couplers were encapsulated in hydrophobic
aerogel. This provides an epoxy-free all-silica
package that is low-loss, waterproof, supports the
whole coupler waist and is stable up to 250 °C.
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Optical Resolution Enhancement with PhaseSensitive Preamplification, Oo-Kaw Lim1, Gideon Alon1, Zachary Dutton2, Saikat Guha2, Michael
Vasilyev3, Prem Kumar1; 1Northwestern Univ., USA,
2
Raytheon BBN Technologies, USA, 3Univ. of Texas
at Arlington, USA. We demonstrate enhanced
resolution in image detection by phase-sensitive
preamplification. In one-versus-two-target experiment we distinguish otherwise unresolved images
with higher probability after such amplification
than is possible without amplification.
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Efficient Heat Removal from Laser Crystal
with Chemical Vapor Deposited Diamond Heat
Spreader, Xiaodong Mu, Helmuth E. Meissner,
Huai-Chuan Lee; Onyx Optics, Inc., USA. By using
a chemical vapor deposited diamond wafer as heat
spreader between a YAG and a copper heat sink, a
3.6 times higher effective heat transfer coefficient
has been measured compared with conventional
indium contact.
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8:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. Joint CLEO/QELS Plenary Session, Civic Auditorium
10:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Exhibit Open, San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Exhibit Halls 1, 2 and 3
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QELS 03. Metamaterials and
Complex Media
JWA1
Focusing Light in a Curved-Space, Danilo H.
Spadoti, Lucas H. Gabrielli, Carl B. Poitras, Michal
Lipson; Cornell Univ., USA. We use transformation
optics to demonstrate 2-D silicon nanolenses,
with wavelength-independent focal point. The
numerical and experimental results show lenses
focusing light over a broad wavelength range, from
1.15 μm to 1.60 μm.
Wednesday, May 19
JWA2
An Optical “Janus” Device with Multiple Functions Based on Transformation Optics, Thomas
Zentgraf1, Jason Valentine1, Jensen Li1,2, Nicholas
Tapia1, Xiang Zhang1,3; 1Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA, 2City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong,
3
Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA. We present a
new approach of designing single optical elements
that possess simultaneously multiple distinct functions. Based on quasi-conformal mapping of the
optical space we realized the elements in a silicon
environment at near-infrared wavelengths.
JWA3
Scalable Cylindrical Metallo-Dielectric Metamaterials, Nicholas Gibbons, Mathias Kolle, Jeremy
J. Baumberg, Ullrich Steiner; Univ. of Cambridge,
UK. We report a new approach for scalable manufacturing of Metamaterials fabricated through
floating and rolling-up of flexible metallodielectric
stacks. Such structures have unusual nonlinear
optical properties and potential superlensing
applications.
JWA4
Nonlinear Optical Properties of Layered
Multi-Metal Nanostructures, Canek FuentesHernandez, Daniel Owens, Joel M. Hales, Joseph
W. Perry, Bernard Kippelen; Georgia Tech, USA. We
report on the temporal and spectral dynamics of
the nonlinear optical response of transparent Ag/
Au multi-metal layers and Fabry-Perot resonators
with 10× enhancement compared with Ag and
with comparable transparency in the visible.
JWA5
Metamaterial Reflector for Hollow-Core
Infrared Fiber Design, Min Yan1, Niels Asger
Mortensen2; 1Royal Inst. of Technology, Sweden,
2
Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark. The metalwire based metamaterial is found to be able to
reflect TM-polarized light with a higher efficiency
compared to plain metal. The prospect of such
medium for designing a hollow-core infrared
fiber is investigated.
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Metamaterial Tuning Using near-Field Interaction, David A. Powell1, Mikhail Lapine2, Maxim
Gorkunov3, Ilya V. Shadrivov1, Yuri S. Kivshar1;
1
Australian Natl. Univ., Australia, 2Univ. of Seville,
Spain, 3A. V. Shubnikov Inst. of Crystallography,
Russian Federation. We show theoretically and
experimentally that by adjusting the lattice configuration we are able to manipulate the near-field
interaction of resonant particles, and thus tune the
response of a lattice of split-ring resonators.
JWA7
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JWA8
Opto-Elastic Anisotropy in Stretched Polymer
Photonic Crystals, Andreas Kontogeorgos 1,
David Snoswell 1, Chris Finlayson 1, Jeremy J.
Baumberg1, Peter Spahn2; 1Univ. of Cambridge,
UK, 2Deutsches Kunststoff-Inst., Germany. Using a
new technique for single-domain shear-ordering
of elastomeric photonic crystals we demonstrate
novel opto-elastic properties. Tensile stress experiments demonstrate coupled mechanical and optical anisotropy, producing striking colour tuning
depending on the stretch direction.
JWA9
Visualizing Invisibility: Photorealistic Depictions of Optical Cloaks and Other Instruments
in Natural Environments, Aaron J. Danner; Natl.
Univ. of Singapore, Singapore. Visually stunning
animations and images of invisibility devices and
perfect imaging instruments will be presented. The
ability to see the effects of dispersion, polarization
dependence, and loss on performance aids the
design of realistic devices.
JWA10
Optical Black Hole: Design and Performance,
Alexander V. Kildishev1, Ludmila J. Prokopeva2,
Olga V. Shtyrina2, Mikhail P. Fedoruk2, Evgenii E.
Narimanov1; 1Birck Nanotechnology Ctr., School
of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue
Univ., USA, 2Inst. of Computational Technologies,
Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation.
We analyze a realistic optical black hole using
the exact frequency domain solutions. Example
structures working at 1.5 µm and including thin
separating layers between the absorbing core and
the metamaterial shell are presented.
JWA11
Extreme Nonlinear Optical Regime Supported
by Metamaterials: Beam Transverse Power Flow
Reversing, Alessandro Ciattoni1, Carlo Rizza2,
Elia Palange2; 1Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche,
CNR-SPIN, Italy, 2Dept. di Ingegneria Elettrica
e dell’Informazione, Univ. dell’Aquila, Italy. We
consider specific metamaterials hosting a novel
extreme nonlinear regime where the linear and
nonlinear dielectric responses are comparable, a
regime supporting peculiar beams whose power
flow direction reverses its sign along the transverse profile.
JWA12
Quasi-Planar Optics: Computing Light Propagation and Scattering in Planar Waveguide Arrays,
Sukosin Thongrattanasiri1, Justin Elser1, Viktor
A. Podolskiy1,2; 1Oregon State Univ., USA, 2Univ. of
Massachusetts at Lowell, USA. We have developed a
new mode matching technique capable of accurate
numerical computation of wave coupling in arrays
of planar structures. The algorithm is illustrated
on several examples of plasmonic and volumetric
waveguides.
JWA13
Photonic Transport in Complex Crystals with
PT Symmetry, Stefano Longhi; Politecnico di
Milano, Italy. Coherent transport in complex
crystals with PT-symmetry under dc or ac fields
is investigated. Exotic transport phenomena are
predicted at PT symmetry-breaking and related to
a highly non-reciprocal Bragg scattering.
JWA14
Time-Domain Modeling of Metal-Dielectric
Nanostructures, Ludmila J. Prokopeva1, Joshua
Borneman 2, Alexander V. Kildishev 2; 1Inst. of
Computational Technologies, Russian Acad. of
Sciences, Russian Federation, 2Birck Nanotechnology Ctr., Purdue Univ., USA. We study secondorder complex Padé approximants that give a
systematic approach to time-domain modeling
of dispersive dielectric functions including the
classical Drude, Lorentz, Sellmeier and the critical
points models.
JWA16
Polarisation Effects on Anderson Localisation in the Presence of Metamaterials, Ara A.
Asatryan1, Lindsay C. Botten1, Michael A. Byrne1,
Valentin D. Freilikher2, Sergey A. Gredeskool3,
Ilya V. Shadrivov4, Ross C. McPhedran5, Yurii S.
Kivshar4; 1Univ. of Technology, Sydney, Australia,
2
Bar-Ilan Univ., Israel, 3Ben-Gurion Univ. of the
Negev, Israel, 4Australian Natl. Univ., Australia,
5
Univ. of Sydney, Australia. We have derived an
elegant and effective equation to characterise the
Anderson localisation length in one-dimensional
systems that may contain metamaterials and have
undertaken a comprehensive study, uncovering a
number of striking polarisation effects.
JWA17
Understanding Optical Activity and EITAnalogous in Optical Metamaterials with an
Analytical Multipole Analysis, Joerg Petschulat 1, Christoph Menzel 2, Arkadi Chipouline 1,
Carsten Rockstuhl2, Andreas Tuennermann1, Falk
Lederer2, Thomas Pertsch1; 1Inst. of Applied Physics, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany, 2Inst.
for Condensed Matter Theory and Solid State
Optics, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany.
We describe the different optical responses of
geometrically related metamaterials with an analytical method based on multipoles. Metamaterials
affecting the polarization eigenstates or mimicking EIT-like phenomena can be understood and
explained on simple analytical grounds.
JWA18
Nonlinear Nanocomposites for Three-Dimensional Photonic Crystals Using Two-Photon
Polymerization, Baohua Jia1, Dario Buso2, Jiafang
Li3, Min Gu1; 1CUDOS, Faculty of Engineering and
Industrial Sciences, Swinburne Univ. of Technology, Australia, 2CSIRO - Materials Science and
Engineering, Australia, 3Lab of Optical Physics,
Inst. of Physics, Chinese Acad. of Sciences, China.
We developed a novel nanocomposite consisting
of an organic-inorganic hybrid polymer modified
with PbS quantum dots. The uniformally dispersed
nanocomposite has high third-order nonlinearity
and has been proven to be suitable for photonic
crystal fabrication.
JWA15
SHA Modeling of Gold Gratings for Oblique
Light Incidence, Zhengtong Liu, Kuo-Ping Chen,
Xingjie Ni, Vladimir P. Drachev, Vladimir M.
Shalaev, Alexander V. Kildishev; Purdue Univ.,
USA. We use spatial harmonic analysis (SHA) to
model gold double-strip gratings under obliquely
incident light. The simulation results are compared
to experimentally measured values and excellent
matches are achieved.
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Control of Linear Dichroism in MetamaterialTwisted Nematics Structure via Photo-Isomerization, Boyoung Kang1, J. Woo1, E. Choi1, HyunHee Lee1, E. S. Kim1, J. Kim1, Tae-Jong Hwang2,
Young-Soon Park2, D. H. Kim2, Jeong W. Wu1;
1
Ewha Womans Univ., Republic of Korea, 2Yeungnam Univ., Republic of Korea. Linear dichroism in
metamaterial-twisted nematics structure of nano
meta surface is controlled via photoisomerization
process. Azo twisted nematic cell structure enables
the switching on-off of meta-induced resonance
by trans-cis-trans isomerization when irradiated
by UV light.
QELS 01. Quantum Optics of Atoms,
Molecules and Solids
JWA20
Photon Localization in an Atom-Waveguide
System, Ting Chen, Ren-Bao Liu; Chinese Univ.
of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. In a coupled atomwaveguide system, we show the vacuum Rabi
oscillation and a bound polariton state near the
lower cut-off frequency, which reveal the strong
coupling between a discrete atomic state and a
photonic continuum.
JWA22
Electromagnetically Induced Transparency
in Cesium Vapor with a Single Photon Probe
Beam, David Höckel, Lars Koch, Oliver Benson;
Humboldt-Univ. zu Berlin, Germany. An experimental setup designed to store light pulses inside
a cesium vapor cell by employing electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) is described.
Probe laser pulses containing ~10 photons per
pulse are delayed through the EIT effect.
JWA24
Characterisation of Emission Lifetime of
Nitrogen-Vacancy Centres in Nanodiamonds,
Luke Stewart, Carlo Bradac, Judith Dawes, Michael
Steel, James Rabeau, Michael Withford; Macquarie Univ., Australia. We show that the lifetime of
nitrogen vacancy emitters can be increased by
incorporating nano-diamonds inside opals and
the lifetime variance may be reduced by placing
them on the surface of opals.
JWA25
Atom Bunching with Ultracold Metastable
Helium, Andrew G. Manning, Sean S. Hodgman,
Robert G. Dall, Mattias T. Johnsson, Kenneth G.
H. Baldwin, Andrew G. Truscott; Australian Natl.
Univ., Australia. We measure the second order
correlation function for metastable helium atoms
released from an ultracold trap source and observe
bunching between thermal atoms. When correlations between Bose-Einstein condensed atoms are
measured no bunching is observed.
JWA26
Coherence Properties of Spontaneous Parametric Down-Conversion Pumped by 1 Multi-Mode
cw Diode Laser, Osung Kwon, Young-Sik Ra,
Yoon-Ho Kim; Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea. Coherence properties
of the biphoton generated via SPDC pumped by
a multi-mode cw diode laser are studied with a
Mach-Zehnder interferometer.
JWA27
Weak Value Measurement with an Incoherent
Measuring Device, Young-Wook Cho, Hyang-Tag
Lim, Young-Sik Ra, Yoon-Ho Kim; Dept. of Physics,
Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology, Republic
of Korea. We generalize the weak value measurement to include generalized situations in which
the measuring device is in a mixed state. We also
report an optical implementation of the weak value
measurement with the incoherent pointer.
JWA28
Nanofiber Optical Interfaces for Laser-Cooled
Atoms, Síle Nic Chormaic1, Kieran Deasy2, Laura
Russell1, Mark Daly1; 1Univ. College Cork, Ireland,
2
Cork Inst. of Technology, Ireland. In this work we
present results on the use of optical nanofibers of
subwavelength diameter as interfaces for probing
and manipulating laser-cooled rubidium atoms.
In particular, we concentrate on photon counts
emitted through the nanofiber.
JWA29
Improvements in Photon Number-Resolving
Detection, Kevin Zielnicki, Radhika Rangarajan,
Paul G. Kwiat; Univ. of Illinois, USA. Visible
light photon counters (VLPCs) enable efficient
single-photon detection with photon numberresolving capability. In our system, we observe up
to 5 simultaneous photons, with a detector signal
pulse height distribution that matches theoretical
predictions.
CLEO 14. Optical Metrology
JWA30
Er-Doped Fiber Comb with Enhanced fceo S/N
Ratio Using Tm:Ho-Doped Fiber, Yunseok Kim,
Young-Jin Kim, Seungman Kim, Seung-Woo Kim;
KAIST, Republic of Korea. The Tm:Ho-doped
fiber improves the frequency stabilization of the
Er-doped fiber comb by increasing the S/N ratio
of the detected fceo signal by 10 dB.
JWA31
Determining Carrier-Envelope Offset Frequencies of Passively Synchronized Mode-Locked
Yb-Fiber and Er-Fiber Lasers, Wei-Wei Hsiang1,
Chia-Hao Chang1, Chien-Po Cheng1, Kung-Tung
Wu1, Jin-Long Peng2; 1Dept. of Physics, Fu Jen
Catholic Univ., Taiwan, 2Ctr. for Measurement
Standards, Industrial Technology Res. Inst., Taiwan.
Simultaneous determination of both carrier-envelope-offset frequencies of passively synchronized
mode-locked Yb-fiber and Er-fiber lasers has been
demonstrated by measuring the heterodyne beats
between the Yb-fiber laser and the self-referenced
Er-fiber laser combs around 1050 nm.
Wednesday, May 19
JWA21
Spatial Quantum Memory Based on Coherent
Population Oscillations, Asaf Eilam, Arlene
D. Wilson Gordon, Harry Friedmann; Bar-Ilan
Univ., Israel. We show that a system characterized
by long-lived coherent population oscillations
(CPO), such as a two-level system that decays via
a shelving state, can be used to construct a spatial
quantum memory.
JWA23
Metamaterial Based Broadband Engineering of
Quantum Dot Spontaneous Emission, Harish
N. S. Krishnamoorthy1, Zubin Jacob2, Evgenii Narimanov2, Ilona Kretzschmar3, Vinod M. Menon1;
1
Dept. of Physics, Queens College of CUNY, USA,
2
Birck Nanotechnology Ctr., School of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Purdue Univ., USA, 3Dept.
of Chemical Engineering, CUNY, USA. We report
the broadband (~ 25 nm) enhancement of radiative
decay rate of colloidal quantum dots by exploiting
the hyperbolic dispersion of a one-dimensional
nonmagnetic metamaterial structure.
JWA32
Digital In-Line Holography with the Iterative
Shadowgraphic Method, Stefano Minardi1, Falk
Eilenberger1, Dimitris Pliakis2, Thomas Pertsch1;
1
Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany, 2Dept.
of Electronics, Technological Educational Inst. of
Crete, Greece. A recently derived iterative scheme
for phase revival based on shadowgraphy is tested
on experimental data. We show that the algorithm
can reconstruct the phase profile accurately, thus
enabling in-line digital holography applications.
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Optical Frequency Stability Measurement Based
on an Etalon Reference, Ibrahim T. Ozdur,
Mohammad U. Piracha, Mehmetcan Akbulut,
Nazanin Hoghooghi, Dimitrios Mandridis, Peter J.
Delfyett; CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics,
Univ. of Central Florida, USA. An optical frequency
stability measurement setup based on a FabryPerot Etalon reference is presented that results in
measurements with ~1.4 kHz optical frequency
resolution at update rates of 90 Hz.
JWA34
Carrier to Envelope Offset Coupling via Mutiple
Quantum Wells, Xuan Luo; Ctr. for High Technology Materials, Univ. of New Mexico, USA. Multiple
Quantum Well saturable absorbers in a modelocked laser induce a coupling of the differential
carrier to envelope offset of two intracavity pulse
trains, coupling that can be eliminated by designing a non-resonant periodic structure.
JWA35
A Compound Mirror Incorporating a Fast-Light
Medium for Gravitational Wave Detection with
High Sensitivity, Broadband Signal Recycling,
Selim M. Shahriar, Mary Salit; Northwestern Univ.,
USA. We describe the concept of a compound
mirror for incorporating the white light cavity
effect into the existing design for the Advanced
LIGO interferometer for gravitational wave
detection, resulting in much higher sensitivity
and bandwidth.
Wednesday, May 19
JWA36
Fiber-Based Frequency Comb with mHz
Relative Linewidth Carrier-Envelope-Offset
Frequency, Yunseok Kim, Seungman Kim, YoungJin Kim, Seung-Woo Kim; KAIST, Republic of Korea.
We constructed a low-noise fiber frequency comb
that provides a narrowed linewidth of less than
1.9 mHz by suppressing the random phase noise
caused by the nonlinear self-phase-modulation
and amplified-spontaneous-emission inside the
Er-doped fiber amplifier.
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JWA37
Time Resolved Experiments with Optical Sampling by Laser Cavity Tuning, Thomas Hochrein1,
Rafal Wilk2, Ronald Holzwarth2, Norman Krumbholz3, Martin Koch4; 1Sueddeutsches KunststoffZentrum, Germany, 2Menlo Laser Systems GmbH,
Germany, 3Inst. für Hochfrequenztechnik, Germany,
4
Experimentelle Halbleiterphysik, Germany. We
present a method for optical sampling by laser
cavity tuning hereinafter called OSCAT. Time
resolved experiments can be performed with one
laser source and without any external moveable
delay line.
JWA38
An 87Sr Lattice Clock, Tetsuya Ido1,2, Atsushi
Yamaguchi1, Nobuyasu Shiga1, Hiroshi Ishijima1,
Shigeo Nagano1, Ying Li1, Mizuhiko Hosokawa1;
1
NICT, Japan, 2CREST, JST, Japan. An optical
lattice clock based on 87Sr 1S0-3P0 is developed.
The width of the spectrum is currently limited
to be 1kHz due to stray magnetic field. The obtained absolute frequency agreed with the CIPM
recommendation.
JWA39
Isotope Selective Trapping of Singly and Doubly
Charged Yb Ions in a Linear RF Trap, Jeremy R.
Danielson1, Martin Schauer1, Saidur Rahaman1,
Baozhou Sun1, Jiepeng Zhang1, Xinxin Zhao1, Justin
Torgerson1, Li-Bang Wang2; 1Los Alamos Natl. Lab,
USA, 2Natl. Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan. We have
successfully trapped singly and doubly ionized
Ytterbium in a linear RF quadrupole trap. Ionization was accomplished with both photoionization
and electron beam ionization. Co-trapping of
Yb+ and Yb2+ was confirmed through electronic
detection.
JWA40
Fiber Laser Based Optical Frequency Comb
System Using Fiber Chirped Pulse Amplification Technique, Norihiko Nishizawa, Kazuhiko
Sumimura, Kazuyoshi Itoh; Osaka Univ., Japan.
Er-doped fiber laser optical frequency comb using
fiber chirped pulse amplification technique was
developed and fceo was locked stably. The longitudinal modes in generated supercontiuum were also
examined by direct observation of beat signals.
JWA41
Characterization of Coupling of Pump Fluctuations to Laser in Mode-Locked Yb-Doped and
Er-Doped Fiber Oscillators, I. Levent Budunoglu, Kutan Gürel, F. Ömer Ilday; Bilkent Univ.,
Turkey. Transfer of fluctuations of pump power to
laser power is characterized for mode-locked fiber
oscillators. Contribution of pump noise to laser
noise is estimated. Limits to pump modulation
bandwidth for carrier-envelope-phase stabilization
are briefly discussed.
JWA42
Measurement of the FSR of a High Finesse
Etalon with 2.5 kHz Accuracy Using a NarrowLinewidth Frequency Swept Laser, Dimitrios
Mandridis, Marcus Bagnell, Ibrahim Ozdur, Peter
J. Delfyett; CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics,
Univ. of Central Florida, USA. Measurement of
the FSR of an etalon having finesse of 1000 with
7 digits of accuracy or 2.5 kHz. A modified PDH
technique is used in conjunction with a frequency
swept, narrow-linewidth CW laser.
JWA43
A Design of a Long Monolithic Cavity without
Unequal Restoring Forces, Michi Koide, Mizuhiko
Hosokawa, Tetsuya Ido; NICT, Japan. A design of
high-finesse optical cavity (L=30cm) with vibration immunity is proposed. The cavity monolithically includes supporting parts and a base plate,
avoiding unequal restoring forces to predict the
response against horizontal vibrations.
JWA44
Long-Term Repetition-Frequency Stabilization
of All-Normal-Dispersion Yb-Doped Fiber
Laser to the Cesium Standard, Coşkun Ülgüdür1,
F. Ömer Ilday1, Ramiz Hamid2; 1Bilkent Univ.,
Turkey, 2TÜBİTAK, Ulusal Metroloji Enstitüsü,
Turkey. Repetition-frequency stabilization of a
Yb-doped fiber laser to the Cesium standard
is reported. Laser amplitude and phase noise is
characterized. Performance is limited to 2x10-14
at 100000 averaging time by intrinsic stability of
the Cs-standard.
JWA45
Temperature Response of ULE Fabry-Perot Cavities, Richard W. Fox; NIST, USA. Low expansion
glass cavities with optically contacted mirrors can
exhibit structural distortions at the mirrors which
may shift the temperature at which dv/dT=0. An
update on experiments to confirm finite element
modeling analysis is presented.
JWA46
Thickness and Refractive Index Measurement of
a Wafer Based on the Optical Comb, Jonghan Jin;
Korea Res. Inst. of Standards and Science, Republic
of Korea. We suggested and demonstrated a novel
method that can determine the thickness and refractive index of a wafer at the same time in a single
measurement by using the optical comb.
JWA47
Generation of Highly Stable Microwave Signals
Based on Regenerative Fiber Mode Locking
Laser , Paolo Ghelfi1, Giovanni Serafino2, Fabrizio
Berizzi3,4, Antonella Bogoni1; 1Natl. Lab of Photonic
Networks, Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario
per le Telecomunicazioni, Italy, 2Scuola Superiore
Sant’Anna, Italy, 3Univ. of Pisa, Italy, 4RaSS
Ctr. - CNIT, Italy. Microwave signal generation
based on regenerative fiber mode-locked laser is
proposed. The excellent stability proved by noise
performance at X-band is guaranteed at ultra-high
frequencies (above W band) where electronic
generators strongly degrade.
CLEO 13. Active Optical Sensing
JWA48
Development of a High Sensitivity Faraday
Rotation Spectrometer for Nitric Oxide Monitoring, Yin Wang1, Stephen So1, Evan Jeng1, Antoine Muller2, Gerard Wysocki1; 1Princeton Univ.,
USA, 2Alpes Lasers, Switzerland. Detailed noise
analysis and system optimization of a DFB-QCL
based Faraday rotation spectroscopic system for
Nitric Oxide sensing is reported. New strategies
for improvements of the ultimate sensitivity will
be discussed.
JWA49
Highly Sensitive Strain and Bending Sensor
Based on a Fiber Mach-Zehnder Interferometer
in Photonic Crystal Fiber, Woojin Shin1, Y.L Lee1,
B.A. Yu1, Y.C. Noh1, T.J. Ahn2; 1Advanced Photonics
Res. Inst., Gwangju Inst. of Science and Technology,
Republic of Korea, 2Chosun Univ., Republic of Korea.
We propose highly sensitive strain and bending
sensor with very low temperature sensitivity
based on in line Mach-Zehnder Interferometer
in solid core large mode area photonic crystal
fiber and experimentally investigated its novel
characteristics.
JWA50
Multipoint Mesh Sensing System with Self-Healing Functionality, Chung-Yu Wu1, Jhih-Heng Yan1,
Peng-Chun Peng2, Kai-Ming Feng1; 1Natl. Tsing Hua
Univ., Taiwan, 2Natl. Taipei Univ. of Technology,
Taiwan. A self-healing multipoint mesh sensing
system is proposed by arranging the wavelengths
of FBG sensors corresponding to the FSR of an
AWG with three 2x2 optical switches in remote
nodes to construct the healing links.
JWA51
Thermochromic Polymer Opals, Jason Sussman1,
David Snoswell1, Andreas Kontogeorgos1, Jeremy
J. Baumberg1, Peter Spahn2; 1Univ. of Cambridge,
UK, 2Deutsches Kunststoff-Inst., Germany. Highly
unusual thermochromic properties of large-scale
shear-ordered photonic crystals are demonstrated.
A simple theoretical model of the temperature
dependence of this resonant Bragg scattering based
structural colour is developed.
JWA52
Resonator Micro-Optic Gyroscope Based on the
Double Phase Modulation Technique, Hui Mao,
Huilian Ma, Zhonghe Jin; Zhejiang Univ., China.
Double phase modulation technique is presented
to relax the accuracy of the modulation index. A
bias stability of 3.14×10-3 rad/s is demonstrated
in a resonator micro-optic gyro with the silica
waveguide ring length of 7.9cm.
JWA53
Refractive Index Sensing Using Slow Light
in Photonic Crystal Waveguides, Murtaza
Askari, Sivasubramaniam Yegnanarayanan, Ali
Adibi; Georgia Tech, USA. We present a compact
integrated refractive index sensor using slow light
in PCWs. The PCWs used in a Mach-Zahnder
interferometer configuration and operated close
to mode-gap edge result in a highly compact and
sensitive device.
JWA54
Spatial Resolution Limitation by Rayleigh
Scattering-Induced Noise in Brillouin Optical
Correlation-Domain Reflectometry, Yosuke
Mizuno, Weiwen Zou, Zuyuan He, Kazuo Hotate;
Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. We experimentally show
that the modulation amplitude of laser frequency
determining the spatial resolution of BOCDR
can exceed half of the Brillouin frequency shift,
which was the conventional limitation due to the
Rayleigh scattering-induced noise.
JWA55
Distributed Bragg Reflector Er-Doped Fiber
Laser Hydrophone, Tuan Guo, Weisheng Liu,
Allan Chi-lun Wong, Hongjun Wang, Da Chen,
Chao Lu, Hwa-Yaw Tam; Hong Kong Polytechnic
Univ., Hong Kong. Dual-polarization distributed
Bragg reflector fiber laser (26 mm length) in Erdoped fiber with beat-frequency of ~20 MHz
(significantly lower than ~1 GHz reported earlier)
that is capable of detecting 16 MHz ultrasound has
been demonstrated.
JWA56
Detection of First Order Phase Transitions Using
Direct UV Written Integrated Optical Planar
Bragg Gratings Intrinsically Defined Within
a Silica Micro-Cantilever, Christopher Holmes,
Lewis G. Carpenter, Helen L. Rogers, James C. Gates,
Peter G. R. Smith; Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ.
of Southampton, UK. A phase transition sensor is
demonstrated using direct UV written Bragg gratings intrinsically defined within a mechanically
resonating silica micro-cantilever. Fabrication
is uniquely achieved through a combination of
micro-machining and direct UV writing.
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Fingerprinting Ovalbumin—Simulant of
Protein Toxins in Extremely-Wide Frequency
Range, Renbo Song1, Yujie J. Ding1, Ioulia B.
Zotova2; 1Lehigh Univ., USA, 2ArkLight, USA. We
have identified ten new absorption peaks in the
unexplored spectral range of 3600-7000 wave
numbers and two new peaks in 15-120 wave
numbers from Ovalbumin being regarded as a
simulant of protein toxins.
JWA63
Integrated Microsphere Arrays as a Compact
Focusing Tool for Biomedical and Photonics
Applications, Arash Darafsheh, Matthew D. Kerr,
Kenneth W. Allen, Vasily N. Astratov; Univ. of
North Carolina at Charlotte, USA. It is shown that
integration of microspheres inside microcapillaries
or hollow waveguides allow the development of
compact focusing tools for a variety of biomedical
and photonics applications.
JWA58
Long Distance FBG Sensor Interrogation Using
1.3 μm FDML Wavelength Swept Laser, Min Yong
Jeon, Byoung Chang Lee; Chung Nam Natl. Univ.,
Republic of Korea. We report a high-speed long
distance FBG sensor interrogation using 1.3μm
FDML wavelength-swept laser. The static strain
and dynamic strain response for long distance
FBG interrogation system is achieved.
JWA64
Statistical Hypothesis Testing for SuperResolution Localization Imaging at High Speed,
Fang Ma, Alberto Bilenca; Lehigh Univ., USA. We
predict a 6-to-15-fold increase in the imaging
speed of super-resolution photo-activated localization microscopy using a novel algorithm for
estimation of the number of multiple molecules
activated simultaneously within a diffractionlimited area.
JWA59
Cladding Modes Analysis of Photonics Crystal
Fiber for Refractive Index Sensors Using Finite
Element Method, Naeem Khurram1, Linh V.
Nguyen 1, Kamal Alameh 2, Youngjoo Chung 1;
1
Gwangju Inst. of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea, 2Edith Cowan Univ., Australia. We
developed a Finite Element package to analyze
cladding mode field extensions into the air-holes of
photonics crystal fiber for refractive index sensing.
Our analysis could determine the most sensitive
cladding mode for liquid sensing.
JWA60
A Trace Gas Sensor at ppb Sensitivity Based on
Multiple Line Integration Spectroscopy Techniques, Gottipaty N. Rao, Andreas Karpf; Adelphi
Univ., USA. We demonstrate that employing integrated absorption of multiple lines or summation
of the absolute values of the wavelength modulation spectroscopy signals, sensitivities of ppb can
be achieved for the detection of trace gases.
CLEO 10. Biophotonics and
Optofluidics
JWA62
Optofluidic in situ Fabrication of Magnetic Actuators in Microfluidic Channels, Su Eun Chung,
Jiyun Kim, Seungki Min, Nari Lily Kim, Sunghoon
Kwon; Seoul Natl. Univ., Republic of Korea. We
demonstrate in-situ fabrication of magnetic
actuators using optofluidic maskless lithography
(OFML). Photopatterning of magnetic structures
in same place with actuation area reduces extra
steps for transportation from the fabrication site
to actuation site.
JWA66
Integrated Arrayed Waveguide Grating Spectrometer for On-Chip Optical Coherence
Tomography, Imran Akca1, Nur Ismail1, Fei Sun1,
Duc V. Nguyen2, Jeroen Kalkman2, Ton G. van
Leeuwen1,2, Alfred Driessen1, Kerstin Worhoff1,
Markus Pollnau1, Rene de Ridder1; 1Univ. of Twente,
Netherlands, 2Univ. of Amsterdam, Netherlands. A
silicon oxynitride based arrayed waveguide grating
spectrometer was designed for on-chip spectraldomain optical coherence tomography systems.
Transmission measurement results are promising
for miniaturizing the current optical coherence
tomography systems through integrated optics.
JWA67
Comparison of Forward and Backward SHG
Images Using Fourier Transform-Second-Harmonic Generation Imaging, Raghu Ambekar Ramachandra Rao, Monal R. Mehta, Scott Leithem,
Kimani C. Toussaint, Jr; Univ. of Illinois UrbanaChampaign, USA. We compare the forward and
backward SHG images for porcine tendon, sclera,
and ear cartilage using Fourier transform-secondharmonic generation microscopy. The preferred
orientation and peaks in the magnitude spectrum
are used as metrics for comparison.
JWA69
Forward and 90-Degree Light Scattering
Measurements in Optofluidic Flow Cytometer,
Jessica M. Godin, Yu-Hwa Lo; Univ. of California
at San Diego, USA. A microfluidic flow cytometer
for three-parameter light scatter measurements
is demonstrated to distinguish between 4 sizes of
polystyrene beads from 5-15 μm. Light blocking
and guiding elements are employed in this compact, integrated microfluidic chip.
JWA70
Optical Manipulation of Microbeads in an
Integrated Optofluidic Device, Hong CAI, Andrew W. O. Poon; Hong Kong Univ. of Science and
Technology, Hong Kong. We demonstrate optical
manipulation of 1-μm-sized polystyrene beads in
a silicon-based integrated optofluidic device. The
relative velocity of the optically driven microbeads
is ~14.2 μm/s and ~3.5 μm/s using 0.7-μm and
0.5-μm-thick silicon nitride waveguides.
JWA71
Hadamard Multiplexed Fluorescence Molecular
Tomography: Theory and Numerical Studies, Ali
Behrooz, Ali A. Eftekhar, Pouyan Mohajerani, Ali
Adibi; Georgia Tech, USA. Inspired by Hadamard
multiplexing technique, a method is proposed to
improve noise robustness and minimize estimation error in fluorescence molecular tomography
(FMT). Theoretical results are validated by numerical studies of 2-D simulated FMT data.
JWA72
Ordered Fluidic Self-Assembly of 3-D Microparticles Based on Gray-Scale Optofluidic
Maskless Lithography, Sung-Eun Choi, Hosuk
Lee, Wook Park, Sunghoon Kwon; Seoul Natl.
Univ., Republic of Korea. We demonstrate ordered
fluidic self-assembly of lithographically fabricated
microparticles in microfluidic channels. Unique
3-D shapes of the microparticles are fabricated
by gray-scale optofluidic maskless lithography.
We show these structures enhance orderness of
the monolayer crystal.
Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Please review all four pages for complete session information.
Wednesday, May 19
JWA61
An Integrated Optofluidic Bragg Grating
Device to Measure the Dynamic Composition
of a Fluid System, Richard M. Parker, James C.
Gates, Martin C. Grossel, Peter G. R. Smith; Univ.
of Southampton, UK. Strong transitional mixing
effects were observed by a planar Bragg grating
sensor within a microfluidic system. This property
was used to develop an integrated optofluidic
sensor for detection of the composition of mixed
solvent systems.
JWA65
Nonlinear Recovery of Diffused Images by Seeded Instability, Dmitry V. Dylov, Jason W. Fleischer;
Princeton Univ., USA. We develop a method to
filter and amplify diffused images by using spatial
nonlinearity to seed instability. We observe the
increase of image contrast and enhancement of
signal resolution in noisy environments.
JWA68
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering
Microscopy Using a Single-Pass Picosecond
Supercontinuum-Seeded Optical Parametric
Amplifier, Chao-Yu Chung1, Yen-Yin Lin2, ShiWei
Chu3, Kuo-Yu Wu1, Wan-Yu Tai1, Yao-Chang Lee1,
Yeu-Kuang Hwu4, Yin-Yu Lee1; 1Natl. Synchrotron
Radiation Res. Ctr., Hsinchu, Taiwan ROC, Taiwan,
2
Inst. of Photonics Technologies, Dept. of Electrical
Engineering, Natl. Tsinghua Univ., Taiwan, 3Dept.
of Physics, Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan
ROC, Taiwan, 4Inst. of Physics, Academia Sinica,
Taipei, Taiwan ROC, Taiwan. We investigated a
coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy
with a single-pass picosecond supercontinuumseeded optical parametric amplifier (SCOPA). Our
SCOPA system is substantially simpler because
the pump and Stokes lasers are automatically
overlapped.
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JWA73
Multi-Photon Ablation of Biological Samples
with Custom-built Femtosecond Fiber Lasermicroscope System, Seydi Yavas, Mutlu Erdogan,
Kutan Gürel, Uygar Halis Tazebay, F. Ömer Ilday;
Bilkent Univ., Turkey. A femtosecond laser-microscope system is custom-built for ablation of cells
and tissue at 1030 nm. Fiber lasers offer important
advantages for nanosurgery, including superior
robustness, lower-cost and nearly complete control
over pulse train pattern.
JWA74
Fiber Bundle Fluorescence Endomicroscopy,
Tsung-Han Tsai, Chao Zhou, James G. Fujimoto;
MIT, USA. An improved design for fiber bundle
fluorescence endomicroscopy is demonstrated.
Scanned illumination and detection using coherent fiber bundles with 30,000 elements with 3
μm resolution enables high speed imaging with
reduced pixel cross talk.
JWA75
Double Negative Particles in Optical Tweezers,
Leonardo A. Ambrosio, Hugo E. HernándezFigueroa; Unicamp, Univ. of Campinas, Brazil.
Preliminary results for gradient forces on optical
tweezers, using double-negative (DNG) particles,
are presented adopting full electromagnetic theory
for focused Gaussian beams, revealing unusual
and interesting behaviors that could be exploited
in biomedical optics research.
Wednesday, May 19
JWA76
Optothermal Manipulation of Colloidal Microparticles, Yangyang Liu, Andrew W. Poon;
Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology,
Hong Kong. We demonstrated trapping of 6-µm
polystyrene microparticles over a 253-µm range
using a trapping power of ~ 7 mW at 1550 nm.
The observed particle levitation and segregation
offer a long-range energy-efficient manipulation
mechanism.
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JWA77
Internal Quadratic Stark Effect Results in Color
Hue Variations in Fluorescent Proteins with the
Same Chromophore Structure, Mikhail Drobizhev, Shane Tillo, Nikolay S. Makarov, Aleksander
Rebane, Thomas E. Hughes; Montana State Univ.,
USA. Genetically-encoded fluorescent proteins
are widely used for bio-imaging. We employ
two-photon absorption spectroscopy to show that
their different hues can be explained by quadratic
Stark effect due to variations of electric field within
the protein.
JWA78
Evaluation of the Electromagnetic Hazard of
Intense THz Pulses on Neural Cells, Marco Peccianti1,2, Mohamad Seyed Sadr3, Carmen Sabau3,
Gargi Sharma1, Francois Blanchard1, Luca Razzari1,
Deborah Maret3, Emad Seyed Sadr3, Jad Alshami3,
Vincent Siu3, Gabriella Gobbi4, Tsuneyuki Ozaki1,
Rolando Del Maestro 3, Roberto Morandotti 1;
1
INRS Énergie, Matériaux et Télécommunications,
Canada, 2Res. Ctr. SOFT INFM-CNR, Italy, 3Brain
Tumour Res. Ctr., Montréal Neurological Inst.,
Canada, 4Neurobiological Psychiatry Unit, McGill
Univ., Canada. We present an experimental study
on the potential electromagnetic hazard of High
field THz broadband pulse on healthy and degenerated neural tissue toward in vivo application of
reflective THz time domain spectroscopy.
JWA79
Optomechanical Protein Switch, Jessica P.
Mondia, Stephanie P. Yuen, Tom Dabrowski, Mark
Cronin-Golomb, David L. Kaplan, Fiorenzo G.
Omenetto; Tufts Univ., USA. We demonstrate photomechanical actuation by measuring the variation
of the diffracted orders in a free-standing nanopatterned diazonium-modified silk fibroin film by
modulating a blue excitation light source.
JWA80
Unambiguous Probe of Surface Chirality Based
on Focused Circularly-Polarized Light, Mikko
J. Huttunen, Matti Virkki, Miro Erkintalo, Martti
Kauranen, Elina Vuorimaa, Alexander Efimov,
Helge Lemmetyinen; Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland. We propose a new probe of surface
chirality based on second-harmonic generation
and focused circularly-polarized light. We show
experimentally that the technique is sensitive only
to chirality but not to anisotropy of the sample.
JWA81
Dynamic Monitoring of the Heart Beating Behaviors of Drosophila with Optical Coherence
Tomography, Meng-Tsan Tsai1, Cheng-Kuang
Lee2, Kai-Min Yang2, Ting-Ta Chi2, C. C. Yang2,
June-Tsai Wu2, Lian-Yu Lin2; 1Chang Gung Univ.,
Taiwan, 2Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan. The dynamic
behaviors of heart beating of drosophilae, including abnormal drosophilae of mutant genes and
high-temperature culture, and normal drosophilae
with different fixing techniques for observation,
are monitored with a swept-source optical coherence tomography system.
JWA82
pH/Ion Sensitive Nanoparticles with Optical
Tweezers, Mark J. Kendrick1, Daniel Gruss1, David
H. McIntyre1, Oksana Ostroverkhova1, Valeriya
Bychkova1, Alexey Shvarev1, Natalia Pylypiuk1,
Myra Koesdjojo1, Vincent T. Remcho1, Shalini
Prasad2; 1Oregon State Univ., USA, 2Arizona State
Univ., USA. We present fluorescence-based pH/ion
nanosensors, positioned and manipulated using
holographic optical tweezers, with simultaneous
fluorescence read-out, within a microfluidic device
and within a biological cell.
JWA83
High Resolution Measurement of Sodium
Fluorescein Distribution in Doped Live Corneal Tissue, Liping Cui1, Krystel Huxlin2, Lana
Nagy2, Margaret DeMagistris2, Lisen Xu1, Wayne
Knox1; 1Inst. of Optics, Univ. of Rochester, USA,
2
Univ. of Rochester Eye Inst., USA. Two-photon
fluorescence was used for the first time to measure
sodium fluorescein distribution in live corneal
tissue. The diffusion depth was determined to
be 350 µm under study conditions with 11µm
axial resolution.
JWA84
Experimental Investigation of Waveguide Sensor
Based on Cascaded-Microring Resonators with
Vernier Effect, Lei Jin, Mingyu Li, Jian-Jun He;
Zhejiang Univ., China. An optical sensor based on
two cascaded microring resonators is fabricated
in silicon-on-insulator waveguide. A Q-factor of
2×104 is measured and the increase of refractive
index sensitivity by using Vernier effect is investigated experimentally.
JWA85
Image Contrast Enhancement of Optical Coherence Tomography with Au Nanorod-Induced
Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance, ChengKuang Lee1, Ting-Ta Chi1, Kun-Che Kao1, ChungYuan Mou1, Kai-Min Yang1, Meng-Tsan Tsai2, C. C.
Yang1; 1Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 2Chang Gung
Univ., Taiwan. Image contrast enhancement of
optical coherence tomography is demonstrated by
diffusing Au nanorods into pig adipose for generating localized surface plasmon (LSP) resonance,
which is confirmed by comparing with the case of
no LSP excitation.
JWA86
Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging of
Stenotic Aortic Valve Samples, Kátia C. Rodrigues1, Claudia C. B. Mota1, Jamil Saade1, Cid B.
Araújo1, Renato A. Zangaro2, Newton S. da Silva3,
Renato E. Araújo1, Anderson S. L. Gomes1; 1Univ.
Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil, 2Univ. Camilo
Castelo Branco, Brazil, 3Univ. do Vale do Paraíba,
Brazil. Aortic valve samples, classified into normal,
mild, moderate and severe fibrous calcific tissue
based on Raman Spectroscopy, were analyzed
with Optical Coherence Tomography. Results
point OCT as a powerful diagnostic tool for aortic
valve stenosis.
CLEO 06. Optical Materials,
Fabrication and Characterization
JWA87
Novel Method for Simulating Refractive Index
Distributions of EO Materials with Electrostrictive Distortions, Tadayuki Imai, Shogo Yagi;
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., Japan. We
report a novel method for simulating distributed
refractive index modulations for materials with
the second-order electro-optic effect. The theory
assimilates calculations of strains caused by the
electrostrictive effect.
JWA88
Vis-IR Optical Switching/ Modulation Based
on the Electrically- Activated Phase Transition
of VO2 Thin Films, Aurelian Crunteanu1, Marc
Fabert1, Julien Givernaud1, Vincent Kermene1,
Agnes Desfarges-Berthelemot1, Jean-Christophe
Orlianges2, Corinne Champeaux2, Alain Catherinot2; 1XLIM UMR 6172, Univ. de Limoges/ CNRS,
France, 2SPCTS UMR 6638, Univ. de Limoges/
CNRS, France. We report on characterization of
novel optical switches based on phase transition
VO2 films. The electrically-induced VO2 phase
transition leads to radical changes in material’s
optical properties, which may be implemented in
switching/ modulation functions.
JWA89
Optical and Structural Properties of Zirconium
Doped Lithium Niobate Crystals, Paolo Minzioni1, Giovanni Nava1, Jacopo Parravicini1, Ilaria
Cristiani1, Vittorio Degiorgio1, Nicola Argiolas2,
Marco Bazzan2, Maria V. Ciampolillo2, Cinzia
Sada2, Luca Saoner2, Anna M. Zaltron2; 1CNISM
and Univ. of Pavia, Italy, 2CNISM and Univ. of
Padova, Italy. We present a careful investigation of
the optical properties of Zr-doped lithium-niobate
crystals. We also investigate in detail the threshold
concentration for Zr-doping, by means of three
different optical measurement techniques.
JWA90
Characterization of Saturable Absorption of
E11 and E22 Transitions of Carbon Nanotubes,
J. C. Travers1, J. Morgenweg1, E. D. Obraztsova2,
A. S. Lobach3, A. I. Chernov2, E. J. R. Kelleher1,
S. V. Popov1, J. R. Taylor1; 1Femtosecond Optics
Group, Physics Dept., Imperial College London,
UK, 2A.M. Prokhorov General Physics Inst., Russian
Federation, 3Inst. of Problems of Chem. Physics,
Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation. We
characterize the saturable absorption properties
of the E11 and E22 transitions of the same highlypurified film of single-wall carbon-nanotubes, and
compare the results in terms of modulation-depth,
saturation-intensity and mode-locked fiber laser
performance.
JWA91
High Nonlinearity and High Transmittance
Optical Bi 2O 3-B 2O 3-TeO2 Glass, Tomoharu
Hasegawa; Asahi Glass Co., Ltd., Japan. We developed a novel Bi2O3-B2O3-TeO2 glass system. This
glass shows excellent high transmittance even near
the absorption edge ~400 nm, nevertheless its high
refractive index and high optical nonlinearity.
JWA92
Wafer-Scale Monolithic Integration of Al2O3:Er3+
Amplifiers with Si Waveguides, Laura Agazzi1,
Jonathan D. B. Bradley1, Gunther Roelkens2, Roel
Baets2, Feridun Ay1, Kerstin Worhoff1, Markus Pollnau1; 1IOMS Group, Univ. of Twente, Netherlands,
2
Photonics Res. Group, Gent Univ., Belgium. Cosputtering and structuring active erbium-doped
aluminum oxide waveguides directly on top of
processed SOI passive waveguides provides coupling losses of 2.5 dB between active and passive
waveguides and a signal enhancement of 7.2 dB.
JWA93
GaAs Deep-Center Stimulated-Emission at
1.5μm, Janet L. Pan; Yale Univ., USA. Roomtemperature stimulated-emission, optical gains
larger than known significant losses, and singlepass laser action from GaAs deep-centers are
demonstrated at low electrical injection in cw
mode at 1.3-1.5μm. Fast hole capture maintains
the population inversion.
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Optical Spectroscopy on Bi Containing Semiconductors, Alexey Chernikov1, Sangam Chatterjee1, Martin Koch1, Christina Bückers1, Stephan
W. Koch1, Sebastian Imhof2, Angela Thränhardt2,
Xianfeng Lu3, Shane R. Johnson3, Dan A. Beaton4,
Thomas Tiedje4; 1Philipps-Univ. Marburg, Germany,
2
Technische Univ. Chemnitz, Germany, 3Arizona
State Univ., USA, 4Univ. of British Columbia, Canada. The novel semiconductor material Ga(AsBi)
is investigated by the time-resolved photoluminescence as function of lattice temperature, excitation
density, and excitation energy. Disorder and
localization effects are found to strongly influence
the spectra and the dynamics.
JWA99
Characterization of CsLiB6O10 Crystals Grown
in Dry Atmosphere, Masashi Yoshimura 1,2,
Yohei Shimizu1,2, Takahiro Kawamura1,2, Kazuto
Matsuki3, Susumu Iida2,3, Shinichi Imai2,3, Yushi
Kaneda1,2,4, Junji Hirohashi2,5, Akio Miyamoto2,5,
Yasunori Furukawa2,5, Yasuo Kitaoka1,2, Yusuke
Mori1,2, Takatomo Sasaki1,2; 1Osaka Univ., Japan,
2
JST-CREST, Japan, 3AMiT, Japan, 4Univ. of
Arizona, USA, 5Oxide, Japan. We attempted the
growth of CsLiB6O10 in dry atmosphere. Devices
fabricated from dry-grown crystal had demonstrated 1 week of continuous operation without
shifting the crystal at the output power of 100
mW at 199 nm.
JWA95
Spatially Resolved, Polarized Photoluminescence from Wurtzite InGaAs/GaAs Nanoneedles, Roger Chen, Linus C. Chuang, Thai Tran,
Michael Moewe, Connie Chang-Hasnain; Univ. of
California at Berkeley, USA. We spatially resolve
photoluminescence from wurtzite InGaAs/GaAs
core-shell nanoneedles and characterize their
nonuniform quantum well emission. Polarization measurements reveal anisotropy behavior
that is reminiscent of GaN and other wurtzite
materials.
JWA100
Nondestructive Quality Evaluation of Periodically Poled Lithium Niobate Crystals by
Diffraction-Noise Measurement, Myoungsik
Cha, Hwan Hong Lim, Krishnamoorthy Pandiyan,
Yeon Sook Kang, Byoung Joo Kim; Pusan Natl.
Univ., Republic of Korea. We derived an expression
for the noise between the diffraction orders from a
random grating. The result was applied to analyze
the statistical duty-cycle error in PPLN, providing
an efficient means for poling quality evaluation.
JWA96
Characterization of Dynamic Nonlinear
Absorption of Carbon Nanotube Saturable
Absorber, Fengqiu Wang, Daniel Popa, Zhipei Sun,
Tawfique Hasan, Felice Torrisi, Andrea C. Ferrari;
Dept. of Engineering, Univ. of Cambridge, UK.
Dynamic nonlinear absorption of composite-type
single-wall carbon nanotube saturable absorbers is
characterized using both femtosecond and picosecond pump pulses. Results are compared with
numerical simulations based on two commonly
used saturable absorber models.
JWA98
Ytterbium Doped Nano-Crystalline Optical
Fiber for Reduced Photodarkening, Seongwoo
Yoo1, Mridu P. Kalita1, Alex J. Boyland1, andy Webb1,
Rob J. Standish1, Jayanta K. Sahu1, Mukul C. Paul2,
S. Das2, S. K. Bhadra2, M. Pal2; 1Optoelectronic Res.
Ctr., Univ. of Southampton, UK, 2Central Glass and
Ceramic Res. Inst., India. We report suppression
of photodarkening in Yb-doped nano-crystalline
fibers in silica host. The photodarkening induced
loss reduced by 20 times compared to Yb-doped
aluminosilicate fibers. The laser efficiency of the
nano-crystalline fiber was 79%.
JWA102
Switcheable Strong-Coupling Microcavities of
Inorganic-Organic Perovskite Natural Quantum
Wells, Gaddam Vijaya Prakash1, K. Pradeesh1, Jeremy J. Baumberg2; 1Indian Inst. of Technology Delhi,
India, 2Univ. of Cambridge, UK. Room-temperature
strong-coupling has been observed with large Rabi
splitting of upto 202meV when layered inorganicorganic multiple quantum wells (IO-MQWs), are
embedded in low-Q microcavities. Incorporating
exciton-switching hybrid further allows active
control of the strong-coupling parameters.
JWA104
Absence of Quantized Energy-States Local
Diffusion in Semiconductor Quantum-Dash
Structures, Chee-Loon Tan1, Chee Keong Tan2,
Hery Susanto Djie3, Boon Siew Ooi1,4; 1Lehigh
Univ., USA, 2Univ. of Sheffield, UK, 3JDS Uniphase
Corp., USA, 4King Abdullah Univ. of Science and
Technology, Saudi Arabia. We present an analysis
of InAs/InAlGaAs/InP quantum-dash structures
utilizing different degrees of postgrowth-latticedisordering. The observation of digital transitions
among quantized states discards the origins of
multiple excited states from a single group of
dash ensembles.
JWA105
Optical Reflection and Transmission Properties
from a Graphene Monolayer to Graphite, Helgi S.
Skulason, Peter E. Gaskell, Thomas Szkopek; McGill
Univ., Canada. Optical reflection, transmission
and AFM measurements of exfoliated graphitic
films on glass from graphene monolayers to 700
layers are reported. A simple model based on pipi* and sigma-sigma* transitions account for the
observed behavior.
JWA106
Reduction of Thermal Dephasing by Tight
Elliptical Focusing Perpendicular to Walk-off
Plane Leading to Improved Fourth Harmonic
Generation in β-BaB2O4, Masakuni Takahashi1,
Akira Osada1, Alex Dergachev2, Peter F. Moulton2,
Marilou Cadatal-Raduban3, Toshihiko Shimizu3,
Nobuhiko Sarukura3; 1Central Res. Inst., Mitsubishi
Materials Corp., Japan, 2Q-Peak Inc., USA, 3Inst. of
Laser Engineering Osaka Univ., Japan. Thermal dephasing from two-step absorption-induced linear
absorption is reduced by minimizing second- and
fourth-harmonic beam overlap through uniaxial
focusing parallel to the walk-off plane, leading
to high-repetition rate, multi-watt ultraviolet
generation in BBO.
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JWA97
Observation of ArF Laser Induced Structural
Defects in Highly Transparent Synthetic Silica
Glass, Madoka Ono1, Akio Koike1, Kei Iwata2,
Masaaki Takata2; 1Asahi Glass Co., Japan, 2AGC
Electronics Co. Ltd., Japan. Sensitive in situ measurement systems for differential absorption and
photoluminescence were developed to evaluate
E’ center, ODC(II), and NBOHC. The change of
their concentrations by ArF irradiation were successfully observed in highly transparent synthetic
silica glass.
JWA101
Pr Doped Li-6 Glass Scintillator for Inertial
Confinement Fusion Neutron Diagnostics,
Yasunobu Arikawa1, Kouhei Yamanoi1, Tomoharu
Nakazato1, Elmer Surat Estacio1, Toshihiko Shimizu1, Nobuhiko Sarukura1, Mitsuo Nakai1, Takayoshi
Norimatsu1, Youichirou Hironaka1, Hiroshi Azechi1,
Takahiro Murata2, Shigeru Fujino3, Hideki Yoshida4,
Kei Kamada5, Yoshiyuki Usuki5, Toshihisa Suyama6,
Akira Yoshikawa7, Nakahiro Satoh8, Hirohumi
Kan8; 1Inst. of Laser Engneering, Osaka Univ.,
Japan, 2Tokai Univ., Japan, 3Kyusyu Univ., Japan,
4
Ceramic Res. Ctr. of Nagasaki, Japan, 5Furukawa
Co. ltd., Japan, 6Tokuyama Co. Ltd., Japan, 7Tohoku
Univ., Japan, 8Hamamatsu Photonics K. K., Japan.
Experimental results are presented on the properties of a custom-designed fast-response lithium-6
glass scintillator for inertial confinement fusion
diagnostics. This newly developed scintillator
promises as an indispensable tool in the realization
of scattered neutron diagnostics.
JWA103
Two-Photon Absorption in Single Crystals
of Cyanine-Like Dye, Honghua Hu1, Andriy
Gerasov2, Lazaro Padilha1, Olga Przhonska1,3, Scott
Webster1, Mykola Shandura2, Yuriy Kovtun2, Artem
Masunov4,5,6, David Hagan1,6, Eric Van Stryland1,6;
1
CREOL and FPCE, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida, USA, 2Inst. of Organic
Chemistry, Natl. Acad. of Sciences, Ukraine, 3Inst. of
Physics, Natl. Acad. of Sciences, Ukraine, 4Nanoscience Technology Ctr., Univ. of Central Florida, USA,
5
Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Central Florida, USA,
6
Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Central Florida, USA.
We report the two-photon absorption spectrum
of single crystals of an asymmetric cyanine-like
dye in comparison to its spectrum in solution.
The 2PA peak magnitude is comparable to bulk
semiconductors of similar absorption edge.
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CLEO 05. Terahertz Technologies
and Applications
JWA107
Measurement of Terahertz Pulses Using
Electronically Controlled Optical Sampling
(ECOPS), Jingbo Liu, Marx K. Mbonye, Rajind
Mendis, Daniel M. Mittleman; Rice Univ., USA.
We demonstrate generation and detection of
single-cycle terahertz pulses using Electronically Controlled Optical Sampling (ECOPS).
This technique is similar to asynchronous optical
sampling (ASOPS), but is better suited for lower
repetition-rate lasers.
JWA108
Terahertz Plasmon-Induced Dipole Emission from a Schottky Barrier, Cameron J. E.
Straatsma, Corey A. Baron, Mehmet Egilmez,
Kim H. Chow, Jan Jung, Abdulhakem Y. Elezzabi;
Univ. of Alberta, Canada. We report on terahertz
modulation of a Schottky interface. An amplitude
increase of ~12% is observed for terahertz pulses
transmitted through dense ensembles of metallic
microparticles containing a surface structure
of CuxO/Au.
JWA109
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JWA110
Electrically Controlling Beam Pattern of THz
Quantum Cascade Lasers, Saeed Fathololoumi1,2,
Emmanuel Dupont1, Seyed Ghasem Razavipour2,
Sylvain R. Laframboise1, Zbigniew R. Wasilewski1,
Dayan Ban2, H. C. Liu1; 1 Inst. for Microstructural
Sciences, Natl. Res. Council Canada, Canada, 2
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ.
of Waterloo, Canada. An electrically controlled
beam pattern technique for semi-insulating
surface plasmon terahertz quantum cascade is
presented. The near and far field measurements
confirm that the lasing THz beam is roated by 25°,
under dufferent current injections.
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JWA111
Towards High-Power Terahertz Emitters Using
Large Aperture ZnSe Photoconductive Antenna, Savier Ropagnol1, Roberto Morandotti1,
Tsuneyuki Ozaki1, Matt Reid2; 1INRS, Canada,
2
Univ. of Nothern British Columbia, Canada. We
study the generation of Terahertz (THz) radiation from ZnSe large aperture photoconductive
antenna (LAPCA), with a goal to produce an
intense THz source.
JWA115
Model-Based THz Imaging for 2-D ReflectionMode Geometry, Malakeh A. Musheinesh,
Charles J. Divin, Jeffrey A. Fessler, Theodore B.
Norris; Univ. of Michigan, USA. We demonstrate
2-D reflection-mode THz imaging with modelbased reconstruction. A substantial improvement
in the reconstruction of objects is obtained via the
model-based algorithm compared to the timereversal algorithm.
JWA112
Terahertz Emission from Coherent Phonon
in Lithium Ternary Chalcopyrite Crystals Illuminated by Femtosecond Laser Pulses, Kei
Takeya1, Yoshiaki Takemoto1, Iwao Kawayama1,
Hironaru Murakami 1, Takeshi Matsukawa 2,
Yoshinori Takahashi2, Masashi Yoshimura2, Yasuo Kitaoka2, Yusuke Mori2, Takatomo Sasaki2,
Masayoshi Tonouchi1; 1Inst. of Laser Engineering,
Osaka Univ., Japan, 2Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Univ., Japan. We have investigated the
THz emission from lithium ternary chalcopyrite
crystals illuminated femtosecond pump laser
pulses. THz emission from the coherent phonon
in LiInSe2 and LiGaSe2 are observed at 2.87 and
3.45 THz respectively.
JWA116
Imaging via Terahertz Plasmons, Pouya
Maraghechi, Cameron J. E. Straatsma, Abdulhakem Y. Elezzabi; Ultrafast Optics and Nanophotonics Lab, Dept. of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Univ. of Alberta, Canada. Terahertz
plasmonics application in imaging dielectrics
embedded in metal-filled media is presented.
Signatures of the objects were observed by exploiting the time domain information and the
quality of acquired images was enhanced using
image processing.
JWA113
Efficient Method for Estimating Random Errors
in Optical Constants Measured with THz-TDS,
Norihisa Hiromoto 1, Saroj Raman Tripathi1,
Makoto Aoki1, Kento Mochizuki1, Toshiaki Asahi2,
Iwao Hosako3; 1Shizuoka Univ., Japan, 2Nippon
Mining and Metals Co. Ltd., Japan, 3NICT, Japan.
We propose practical models for standard deviations in intensity and phase spectra of electric field
measured with THz-TDS, which makes possible
to estimate random errors in the optical constants
from single measurement of a sample.
JWA114
Angle-Resolved THz Time Domain Reflection
Spectroscopy of Rough Surfaces, Christoph D.
Robiné1, Christian Wiegand2, Karola Rühle1, Frank
Ellrich1, Tristan Weinland2, René Beigang3; 1Fraunhofer IPM, Germany, 2TU Kaiserlautern, Germany,
3
Fraunhofer IPM, TU Kaiserslautern and Res. Ctr.
OPTIMAS, Germany. The use of a fiber-coupled
terahertz TDS system offers new possibilities for
angle-resolved reflection spectroscopy. We put
the focus especially on angle-resolved scattering
from roughened surfaces of both dielectric and
metallic surfaces.
JWA117
Loss and Spectral Measurements of Porous and
Non-Porous Subwavelength THz Fibers, Alexandre Dupuis, Anna Mazhorova, Frederic Desevedavy, Maksim Skorobogatiy; École Polytechnique
de Montréal, Canada. We present experimental
verification of the transmission spectra and low
propagation loss (α≤0.02cm -1) of porous and
non-porous subwavelength Thz fibers. Porosity
creates broader single-mode transmission peaks
shifted to higher frequencies.
JWA118
Investigation on Mode Coupling and Bending
Loss Characteristics of Terahertz Air-core Pipe
Waveguides, Jen-Tang Lu1, Chih-Hsien Lai1, YuRu Huang1, Yu-Chun Hsueh1, Yuh-Jing Huang2,
Hung-Chun Chang1, Chi-Kuang Sun1,3; 1Graduate
Inst. of Photonics and Optoelectronics, Dept. of
Electrical Engineering, Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan,
2
Inst. of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia
Sinica, Taiwan, 3Res. Ctr. for Applied Sciences,
Academia Sinica, Taiwan. We demonstrate the
magnificent flexibility of the terahertz air-core pipe
waveguides. By measuring waveguide attenuation
spectra, we found that the pipe waveguides can be
easily butt coupled with high coupling efficiency
and low bending loss.
JWA119
Numerical Study of THz Propagation in Curved
Parallel-Plate Waveguides via the LowestOrder Transverse-Electric (TE1) Mode, Marx
K. Mbonye, Rajind Mendis, Daniel M. Mittleman;
Rice Univ., USA. We numerically model the TE1mode propagation of terahertz radiation inside a
parallel-plate waveguide with curved plates. We
show that a slight curvature can result in better
mode confinement, without sacrificing its favorable dispersive properties.
JWA120
Terahertz Anti-Resonant Reflecting Hollow
Waveguide Sensor, Borwen You1, Hao-Zai Chen1,
Ja-Yu Lu1, Jia-Hong Liou2, Chin-Ping Yu2, Tze-An
Liu3, Jin-Long Peng3; 1Inst. of Electro-Optical Science and Engineering, Natl. Cheng Kung Univ.,
Taiwan, 2Dept. of Photonics, Natl. Sun Yat-Sen
Univ., Taiwan, 3Ctr. for Measurement Standards,
Industrial Technology Res. Inst., Taiwan. A
hollow-core anti-resonant reflecting terahertz
waveguide is first demonstrated for refractive
index sensing. Various dangerous vapors and
micro-molecular-layer with 1%-concentration
variation (corresponds to 0.01-index-variation)
have been successfully identified. The sensitivity
could reach up to 7.17×105nm/RIU.
JWA121
Parametric Investigation of Isotropic Fishnet
Metamaterials in Terahertz Regime, Zhongxiang
Zhang, Kam Tai Chan; Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong. The magnetic and surface plasmon
resonances in isotropic fishnet metamaterials with
left-handed band in terahertz regime were studied
experimentally and by simulation. An LC-circuit
model has been adapted to describe the device.
JWA122
Planar Terahertz Metamaterial at Cryogenic
Temperatures, Ranjan Singh1, Zhen Tian1,2, Jiaguang Han3, Carsten Rockstuhl4, Jianqiang Gu1,2,
Weili Zhang1; 1Oklahoma State Univ., USA, 2Tianjin
Univ., China, 3Natl. Univ. of Singapore, Singapore,
4
Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany. Optical
properties of planar thin-film metamaterials were
measured at room and liquid nitrogen temperatures using terahertz time-domain spectroscopy.
The higher charge mobility at low temperatures
is shown to be a promising path towards low-loss
metamaterials.
12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Market Focus: Industrial Lasers, San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 2
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1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
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Stabilization and Few Cycle
Generation I
Giulio Cerullo; Politecnico di
Milano, Italy, Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
$8#t1IPUPOJD$SZTUBMT**
Cavities
Milos Popovic; Univ. of Colorado
at Boulder, USA, Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
$8$t'JCFS%FTJHO
Liang Dong; IMRA America Inc,
USA, Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
$8%t.VMUJQIPUPO.JDSPTDPQZ
Siavash Yazdanfar; GE Global
Res., USA, Presider
$8"tQN
Timing and Carrier-Envelope Phase Properties of Optical Parametric Generation Driven
by Femtosecond Pulses, Cristian Manzoni1,2,
Giovanni Cirmi3, Daniele Brida2, Sandro De Silvestri2, Giulio Cerullo2; 1Max-Planck Res. Group
for Structural Dynamics, Germany, 2Politecnico
di Milano, Italy, 3MIT, USA. We investigate, both
numerically and experimentally, the optical
parametric generation (OPG) process driven by
femtosecond pulses in second-order nonlinear
crystals. We discuss on the absolute phase and
time fluctuations of the OPG beam.
$8#tQN Invited
Photonic Crystal Nanobeam Cavities and Their
Applications, Marko Loncar, P. B. Deotare, I.
W. Frank, Y. Zhang, A. Conwill, M. Khan, M.
W. McCutcheon, Q. Quan; Harvard Univ., USA.
Wavelength-scale and high-Q photonic crystal
nanobeam resonators, made in Si, III-Vs, and
Si3N4, and their applications in reconfigurable photonics, optoelectronics, biochemical sensing and
quantum information processing are presented.
$8$tQN
Amplification of Femtosecond Pulses in Large
Mode Area Photonic Bandgap Bragg Fiber,
Dmitry A. Gaponov1, Sébastien Février1, Philippe
Roy1, Marc Hanna2, Dimitris N. Papadopoulos2,
Louis Daniault2, Frédéric Druon2, Patrick Georges2;
1
Xlim, Univ. of Limoges, France, 2Lab Charles Fabry
de l’Inst. d’Optique, France. We demonstrate amplification of femtosecond pulses in large mode
area singlemode Yb-doped photonic bandgap
Bragg fibers. 260 femtosecond 5 microjoule pulses
are obtained at 100 kHz repetition rate (1 W of
average power).
$8%tQN
Subharmonic Synchronization of Two-Color
Laser Pulses for Stimulated Raman Scattering
Microscopy, Yasuyuki Ozeki1,2, Yuma Kitagawa1,
Kazuhiko Sumimura1, Norihiko Nishizawa1, Wataru Umemura1, Makiko Ishii1, Shin’ichiro Kajiyama3, Kiichi Fukui1, Kazuyoshi Itoh1; 1Osaka
Univ., Japan, 2JST, Japan, 3Kinki Univ., Japan. We
successfully demonstrate low-jitter synchronization of a 38-MHz Yb-fiber oscillator to a 76-MHz
Ti:sapphire oscillator with a two-photon detector
and an intra-cavity electro-optic modulator for
sensitive lock-in detection of stimulated Raman
signal in biological microscopy.
$8$tQN
All-Optical Signal Regeneration Using Pulse
Trapping in Birefringent Fibers, Eiji Shiraki,
Norihiko Nishizawa, Kazuyoshi Itoh; Osaka Univ.,
Japan. We demonstrated novel all-optical signal
regeneration using pulse trapping. Amplification,
re-timing, and pulse shaping were demonstrated in
only a 140 m-long standard low birefringent fiber.
A large gain of 20 dB was observed.
$8%tQN
Optimizing Spectral Resolution in Supercontinuum-Generation-Based Multimodal fs CARS
Microscopy, Aaron D. Slepkov1, Andrew Ridsdale1,
Adrian F. Pegoraro1,2, Guillaume Labroille3, Albert
Stolow1,2; 1Natl. Res. Council Canada, Canada,
2
Dept. of Physics, Queens Univ., Canada, 3Lab
d’Optique et Biosciences, École Polytechnique,
France. We utilize second-harmonic- and sumfrequency-generation at the objective focus to
optimize spectral resolution in a single-fs-lasersource CARS microscope. Chirp-matching provides spectral focusing with a <40 cm-1 resolution
between 1200 cm-1-3800 cm-1.
$8%tQN Invited
Label-Free Nonlinear Optical Imaging for
Biology and Medicine, Sunney Xie; Harvard
Univ., USA. Recent advances in stimulated Raman
scattering microscopy and stimulated emission
microscopy have allowed label-free imaging of
living cells and organisms based on molecular
spectroscopy with unprecedented sensitivity, offering new possibilities for biology and medicine.
Wednesday, May 19
$8"tQN
Sub Two-Cycle Pulse Compression at 1.8 µm
with Bulk Material, Bruno E. Schmidt1,2, Mathieu
Giguère1, Andrew D. Shiner2, Carlos Trallero-Herrero2, Éric Bisson1, David M. Villeneuve2, Jean-Claude
Kieffer1, Paul B. Corkum2, François Légaré1; 1 Ctr.
Énergie Matériaux et Télécommunications, INRS,
Canada, 2Joint Lab for Atto-Second Science, Univ.
of Ottawa, Natl. Res. Council, Canada. A simple
scheme for generating 0.4 mJ 11.5 fs pulses at
1.8 µm is presented. OPA pulses were spectrally
broadened in a hollow-core fiber and subsequently
compressed by utilizing linear propagation
through bulk material.
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$8"tQN
High Repetition Rate 5 GW Peak Power Fiber
Laser Pumped Few-Cycle OPCPA with CEP
Control, Enrico Seise1, Jan Rothhardt1, Steffen
Hädrich1, Franz Tavella2, Arik Willner2, Stefan
Düsterer2, T. Tschentscher3, Holger Schlarb2, Josef
Feldhaus2, Jens Limpert1,4, Jörg Rossbach5, Andreas
Tünnermann1,2; 1Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany, 2Deutsches Elektronensynchrontron DESY,
Germany, 3European XFEL GmbH, Germany,
4
Helmholtz-Inst. Jena, Germany, 5Univ. Hamburg,
Germany. We report on a 96-kHz repetition rate
sub-10-fs, optical parametric amplifier with 6.7-W
average power and >5 GW peak power. Furthermore the oscillator is CEP-stabilized and the CEP
of the amplified pulses is measured.
$8#tQN
Ultrahigh-Q Silicon-on-Insulator One Dimensional Mode-Gap Nanocavity, Eiichi
Kuramochi 1,2 , Takasumi Tanabe 1,2 , Hideaki
Taniyama1,2, Kohei Kawasaki1, Masaya Notomi1,2;
1
NTT Basic Res. Labs, Japan, 2CREST, JST, Japan.
We reveal that a Si-wire-compatible SOI onedimensional photonic crystal nanocavity can
have a numerical Q as high as 108 with a modal
volume of less than 1 (λ/n)3. An experimental Q
of 360,000 is observed.
$8$tQN
Ultrashort Pulse Delivery in Hollow-Core Photonic Bandgap Fiber at 540 nm, Wencai Huang1,2,
Matthew G. Welch1, Peter J. Mosley1, Brian J.
Mangan1, William J. Wadsworth1, Jonathan C.
Knight1; 1Ctr. for Photonics and Photonic Materials,
Univ. of Bath, UK, 2Xiamen Univ., China. We report
the transmission and compression of ultrashort
pulses with a wavelength of 540 nm in hollow-core
photonic bandgap fiber. We have observed pulses
as short as 115 fs after 1 m of fiber.
$8"tQN
Ultrabroadband Optical Parametric Chirped
Pulse Amplifier System for Single-Cycle Waveform Synthesis, Shu-Wei Huang 1, Giovanni
Cirmi1, Jeffrey Moses1, Kyung-Han Hong1, Andrew
Benedick1, Li-Jin Chen1, Enbang Li2, Benjamin
Eggleton2, Giulio Cerullo3, Franz X. Kärtner1; 1MIT,
USA, 2Univ. of Sydney, Australia, 3Politecnico di
Milano, Italy. We demonstrate synchronized fewcycle 800-nm and 2-µm pulse trains seeded from
a single Ti:sapphire oscillator, able to generate
scalable, high-energy pulses lasting less than a
single electric-field cycle. Such pulses are attractive
for high-field physics.
$8#tQN
Woodpile Photonic Crystal Nanocavity in GaAs,
Lingling Tang, Tomoyuki Yoshie; Duke Univ., USA.
High-precision three-dimensional woodpile
photonic crystal nanocavities with 40 x 55 x 2.25
unit cells are fabricated in GaAs wafer for 1.55
µm wavelength with the two-directional etching
method in a simple two-patterning process.
$8$tQN
Simplified Hollow-Core Photonic Crystal Fiber,
Frédéric Gérôme, Raphael Jamier, Jean-Louis
Auguste, Georges Humbert, Jean-Marc Blondy; Res.
Inst. XLIM, Univ. de Limoges, France. A simplified
design inspired from kagomé-lattice fiber reduced
to one layer of air-holes was proposed demonstrating the anti-resonant core guiding capability. Two
large low-loss windows were measured (minimum
attenuation <0.2dB/m) with acceptable infrared
bend losses.
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Room A6
Room A7
QELS
CLEO
QELS
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
$8&t)JHI1PXFS-BTFST
David Roh; Coherent Inc., USA,
Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
28#t)ZQFSCPMJD
Metamaterials and Their
Applications
Vladimir M. Shalaev; Purdue
Univ., USA, Presider
28"tQN Tutorial
Filamentation of Femtosecond Laser Pulses:
Basic Principles and Applications, André
Mysyrowicz; Lab d’Optique Appliquée, ENSTAParis Tech and École Polytechnique, France. The
physical effects leading to filament formation
of intense femtosecond laser pulses propagating
in air will be introduced. Recent developments
and potential applications of filamentation will
be described.
$8&tQN
11W Broad Area 976nm DFB Lasers with 58%
Efficiency, Christoph M. Schultz, Paul Crump,
Hans Wenzel, Olaf Brox, Andre Maaßdorf, Götz
Erbert, Günther Tränkle; Ferdinand-Braun-Inst.,
Leibniz-Inst. für Höchstfrequenztechnik, Germany.
Optimized 976nm DFB lasers have peak power
conversion efficiency of 58%, peak power of 11W,
linewidth of ~ 0.4nm and vertical far-field FWHM
28°. A comparison with Fabry-Pérot lasers to the
same design is presented.
28#tQN
Optical Models of the Big Bang and Non-Trivial
Space-Time Metrics Based on Metamaterials,
Igor I. Smolyaninov1, Evgenii E. Narimanov2;
1
Univ. of Maryland, USA, 2Purdue Univ., USA.
Optics of metamaterials is shown to provide table
top models of non-trivial space-time metrics, such
as the “two times physics” in (2+2) dimensions.
An optical analogue of the Big Bang-like event
is presented.
$8&tQN
High Power 1060 nm Ridge Waveguide Lasers
with Low-Index Quantum Barriers for Narrow
Divergence Angle, Agnieszka Pietrzak, Paul
Crump, Hans Wenzel, Frank Bugge, Goetz Erbert,
Guenther Traenkle; Ferdinand-Braun-Inst. für
Hoechstfrequenztechnik, Germany. Combining
low-index quantum-barriers with thick (8.6 µm)
waveguide in a multi-QW 1060-nm epi-structure
enabled a vertical divergence of <9°. 30 W broadarea and 0.8 W single-transverse-mode operation
ridge-waveguide devices are demonstrated using
these vertical designs.
28#tQN
Broadband Purcell Effect in Hyperbolic Metamaterials, Zubin Jacob 1, Igor Smolyaninov 2,
Evgenii Narimanov1; 1Purdue Univ., USA, 2Univ. of
Maryland, USA. We propose a new approach to the
broadband Purcell effect based on metamaterials
with hyperbolic dispersion. Highly directional
emission and dramatic reduction in spontaneousemission lifetime due to the singularity in densityof-states leads to interesting applications.
$8&tQN
GaSb-Based Semiconductor Disk Lasers for the
2-3 µm Wavelength Range: Versatile Lasers For
High-Power And Narrow Linewidth Emission,
Marcel Rattunde, Benno Rösener, Sebastian Kaspar, Rüdiger Moser, Christian Manz, Klaus Köhler,
Joachim Wagner; Fraunhofer IAF, Germany. Highly
efficient GaSb-based semiconductor-disk-lasers in
the 1.9-2.8µm range have been fabricated. They
reach output powers >3W in CW-operation at
room temperature. By using intracavity filters,
single-frequency emission with a linewidth below
2.3MHz was achieved.
28#tQN
Radiative Decay Engineering in Strongly
Anisotropic Bilayers, Leonid Alekseyev1,2, Evgenii
Narimanov2; 1Princeton Univ., USA, 2Purdue Univ.,
USA. We propose a metamaterial device that
exhibits a broadband singularity in the photonic
density of states and negative refraction. These
combined resonant and non-resonant e ffects
allow control over decay rates using a planar
nanoscale structure.
$8&tQN
Direct Modulation and Wavelength Stabilization
of High Power Slab-Coupled Optical Waveguide
Lasers, Jonathan Klamkin, Robin K. Huang,
Jason J. Plant, Michael K. Connors, Leo J. Missaggia, William Loh, Gary M. Smith, Kevin G. Ray,
Frederick J. O’Donnell, Joseph P. Donnelly, Paul W.
Juodawlkis; MIT Lincoln Lab, USA. A slab-coupled
optical waveguide laser is wavelength stabilized
with a fiber Bragg grating and characterized
under a narrow pulse high repetition rate direct
modulation scheme suitable for efficient pulse
position modulation format optical communication systems.
28#tQN
Broadband, Low-Dispersion, Mid-Infrared
Metamaterials, Matthew D. Escarra1, Sukosin
Thongrattanasiri2, Anthony J. Hoffman1, Jianxin
Chen3, William O. Charles1, Kyle Conover1, Viktor
A. Podolskiy2, Claire F. Gmachl1; 1Princeton Univ.,
USA, 2Oregon State Univ., USA, 3Shanghai Inst.
of Technical Physics, Chinese Acad. of Sciences,
China. Broad-bandwidth, low-dispersion, optical
metamaterials are desired. Reflection measurements show that, by using multiple-metamaterial
semiconductor stacks of varying thickness and
doping, bandwidth is improved by 47% over
a single-stack mid-infrared metamaterial, and
dispersion appears reduced.
Dr. Andre Mysyrowicz studied at ETH in Zurich,
Switzerland, made his Ph.D. at the University of
Strasbourg, France, then joined CNRS where he
is presently a Director of Research emeritus. He
was a visiting scientist at the University of Berkeley,
Brown University, ATT Bell Labs, Tokyo University and Optical Sciences Center in Tucson. His
main activities concern the study of high density
excitons, ultrafast spectroscopy and more recently
the study of filamentation of femtosecond laser
pulses. He is the author of about 200 publications
(h-index 53) and coauthor of a book entitled
“Introduction to semiconductor optics.”
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and Propagation Phenomena
Oren Cohen; Technion, Israel,
Presider
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QELS
Wednesday, May 19
QELS
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
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Todd H. Stievater; NRL, USA,
Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
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Yujie J. Ding; Lehigh Univ., USA,
Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
$8(t$PNQPOFOUTBOE
Subsystems
Chris Doerr; Bell Labs, AlcatelLucent, USA, Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
28%t2&-44ZNQPTJVN
on Quantum Repeaters and
Networks: Quantum Repeater
Interface Systems
Christoph Simon; Univ. of
Calgary, Canada, Presider
28$tQN Invited
Spin Hall Effect of Light in GaAs and Silicon
Observed via Nonlinear Optics, Jean-Michel
Menard 1, Adam E. Mattacchione 1, Christine
Hautmann2, Markus Betz2, Henry M. van Driel1;
1
Univ. of Toronto, Canada, 2Technische Univ.
München, Germany. Transverse displacements
of the circularly polarized components of a light
beam non-normally incident on GaAs and silicon
are spatially resolved. The imaging relies on pumpprobing of two-photon absorption and optically
induced free carrier absorption.
$8'tQN Tutorial
Recent Progress on Terahertz Quantum-Cascade
Lasers, Sushil Kumar; MIT, USA. Terahertz
quantum-cascade lasers are based on intersubband
optical transitions that could be “engineered”.
Operation above 160K has been demonstrated
for frequencies ranging from 1.8-4.4THz. This
talk reviews their recent progress, design aspects
and future challenges.
$8(tQN
Incident-Power-Dependent Extinction Ratio of
Electroabsorption Modulator Integrated with
Distributed Feedback Lasers: Theory and Experiment, Takeshi Fujisawa, Takayuki Yamanaka,
Takashi Tadokoro, Naoki Fujiwara, Masakazu Arai,
Wataru Kobayashi, Yoshihiro Kawaguchi, Ken
Tsuzuki, Fumiyoshi Kano; NTT Photonics Labs,
Japan. Incident-power-dependent extinction ratio
of electroabsorption modulators is shown and
theoretically investigated by using microscopic
theory combined with heat-flux calculation. The
phenomenon stems from voltage-dependent
temperature rise and the calculated results agree
well with the experiment.
28%tQN Invited
Quantum Optical Networks with Trapped Ions,
Christopher Monroe; Univ. of Maryland and Joint
Quantum Inst., USA. Trapped atomic ion quantum
memories can be locally entangled via the Coulomb interaction and remotely entangled based
on probabilistic photonic interfaces. Both versions
are presented, highlighting their features and
drawbacks when applied to quantum computing
and quantum communication protocols.
28$tQN
Observation of Second Harmonic Generation
Induced by Pure Spin Currents in Semiconductors, Lalani K. Werake, Hui Zhao; Univ. of Kansas,
USA. We demonstrate second harmonic generation induced by pure spin currents in semiconductors, and show that this effect can be used for the
direct, noninvasive, and nondestructive detection
of pure spin currents.
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28$tQN
Observation of Intrinsic Spin Hall Effect in
Semiconductors, Lalani K. Werake, Brian A.
Ruzicka, Hui Zhao; Univ. of Kansas, USA. The
intrinsic spin Hall effect is observed in undoped
GaAs quantum-well samples by temporally
resolving the current generation process in the
ballistic regime, where the extrinsic spin Hall
effect is absent.
Sushil Kumar was born in Jaipur, India, and
received a B.E. degree from the Delhi College of
Engineering, Delhi (1998), a M.S. degree from the
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2001), and
a Ph.D. degree from the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Cambridge (2007), all in the field
of electrical engineering. His Ph.D. thesis work
involved various aspects of the development of
terahertz quantum-cascade lasers (QCLs). He is
presently a postdoctoral associate at the Research
Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Cambridge. His current research
interests include development of terahertz QCLs
and other devices based on intersubband transitions in quantum-wells.
$8(tQN
Compact GaAs Electro-Optic (EO) Modulator
with Ultra Low Switching Voltage and Large
Bandwidth Enabled by Transparent Conducting
(TC) Bridge Electrodes, Fei Yi, Fang Ou, Boyang
Liu, Yingyan Huang, Seng Tiong Ho; Northwestern
Univ., USA. We propose a compact GaAs EO
modulator structure with ultra low switching
voltage (~ 0.5V) and large modulation bandwidth
(f3dBo ≈ 50GHz), enabled by transparent conducting (TC) material as bridge electrodes.
$8(tQN
Large Tunable Delay of an RF Photonic Signal with 130 GHz Bandwidth Using Silicon
Microresonators, Jaime Cardenas1, Sasikanth
Manipatruni1, Nicolás Sherwood-Droz1, Carl B.
Poitras1, BeiBei Zhang2, Jacob B. Khurgin2, Paul
A. Morton3, Michal Lipson1; 1Cornell Univ., USA,
2
Johns Hopkins Univ., USA, 3Morton Photonics,
USA. We demonstrate a tunable-delay of 154ps
of a 130GHz-bandwidth RF-signal using siliconmicroresonators. To delay such high-bandwidth
without distortion, we delay an equivalent
signal with a much smaller-bandwidth (20GHz
single-sideband) while preserving the original
signal’s phase.
28%tQN Invited
Quantum Networks with Single Atoms, Photons
and Phonons, H. Jeff Kimble; Caltech, USA.
Fundamental interactions between light and
matter can be harnessed for the implementation
of Quantum Networks [Nature 453, 1023 (2008)].
Functionality for diverse tasks in Quantum
Information Science is achieved by coherent
quantum-optical interconnects involving single
atoms, photons, and phonons.
$8(tQN
Transparent High-Data-Rate Optical Transmission through Broadband Hitless Bypass Switches
for Chip-Scale Optical Networks, Mehmet
Sirin Aras1, Aleksandr Biberman1, Noam Ophir1,
Aaron Stein2, Serdar Kocaman1, Rohit Chatterjee1,
Mingbin Yu3, Dim-Lee Kwong3, Keren Bergman1,
Chee Wei Wong1; 1Columbia Univ., USA, 2Ctr.
for Functional Nanomaterials, Brookhaven Natl.
Lab, USA, 3Inst. of Microelectronics, Singapore.
We demonstrate 10-Gb/s optical data channels
through broadband hitless switches, with open
eye-diagrams and error-free operation (BERs less
than 10-12). Both through- and drop-ports are
measured in the hitless operation for transparent
chip-scale optical networks.
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JOINT
San Jose Salon I & II
(San Jose Marriott)
San Jose Salon III
(San Jose Marriott)
CLEO
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
+8#t0QUJDBM3BOHJOHBOE
Measurements
Clifford R. Pollock; Cornell Univ.,
USA, Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
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Applications of Nonlinear Optics
Konstantin Vodopyanov; Stanford
Univ., USA, Presider
1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
$8*t5SBOTNJTTJPOBOE
Integrated Photonics
Wolfgang Freude; Karlsruhe Inst.
of Technology (KIT), Germany,
Presider
+8#tQN Invited
Linearization of Ultra-Broadband Optical
Chirps for Precision Length Metrology, Zeb
W. Barber1, Christoffer J. Renner1, Wm. Randall
Babbitt1, Randy R. Reibel2, Peter A. Roos2, Trenton
Berg2, Brant Kaylor2, Nathan Greenfield2; 1Montana State Univ., USA, 2Bridger Photonics, USA.
We demonstrate precise active linearization of
ultra-broadband (>5 THz) laser frequency sweeps
using a self-heterodyne technique. Frequency
errors less than 170 kHz relative to linearity were
observed enabling very high resolution ranging
over large distances.
$8)tQN
Ultrafast, Chipscale, Optically-Gated Optical
Sampler, Ta-Ming Shih1,2, Chris H. Sarantos1,3,
Susan M. Haynes1, John E. Heebner1; 1Lawrence
Livermore Natl. Lab, USA, 2MIT, USA, 3Univ. of
California at Santa Barbara, USA. We demonstrate
a novel single-shot optical recorder capable of
picosecond-scale resolution across hundreds of ps
of record length. The concept is a hybrid between
cross-correlators and Mach-Zehnder-gated samplers, with advantages over both techniques.
$8*tQN
Simultaneous Triple-Waveband, 10-Gbps
Transmission in 1-μm, C-, and L-Wavebands
over a 5.4-km Long Holey Fiber, Naokatsu
Yamamoto1, Yu Omigawa2, Kouichi Akahane1,
Tetsuya Kawanishi 1, Hideyuki Sotobayashi 2;
1
NICT, Japan, 2Aoyama Gakuin Univ., Japan.
Simultaneous triple-waveband, 10-Gbps error-free
photonic transport with clear eye-openings are
demonstrated in the 1-μm, C-, and L-wavebands
by using an ultra-broadband photonic transport
system comprising a single and long holey fiber
transmission line.
$8)tQN
Generation of High Energy Sub 50 fs, Vacuum
UV Pulses by Noncollinear FWM in Argon,
Masood Ghotbi, Marcus Beutler, Valentin Petrov,
Frank Noack; Max-Born-Inst. for Nonlinear Optics
and Short Pulse Spectroscopy, Germany. Using noncollinear difference-frequency four-wave-mixing
between the fundamental and third-harmonic of
an amplified Ti:sapphire laser in argon, sub-50-fs
VUV pulses with more than 2.5-µJ at 160-nm
are generated.
$8*tQN
Spectrally Wide and High-Power Er-Yb Fiber
Amplifier for 40 Gb/s Telecommunications
Applications, Raja Ahmad1, Martin Rochette1,
Stephane Chatigny2; 1Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill Univ., Canada, 2Coractive
High-Tech Inc., Canada, Canada. A multimode
Erbium-Ytterbium doped fiber can be advantageously used for DWDM channel amplification
over an extended spectral band with respect to
conventional designs. Bit error ratio at 40 Gb/s,
gain and noise figure are provided.
$8)tQN Invited
Ultra-Broadband Optical Parametric ChirpedPulse Amplifier Based on Aperiodically Poled
Mg:LiNbO3 in the Mid-Infrared, Clemens Heese1,
Lukas Gallmann1, Ursula Keller1, Christopher
Richard Phillips2, Martin Fejer2; 1ETH Zurich,
Switzerland, 2Stanford Univ., USA. We present an
ultra-broadband optical parametric amplification
system based on aperiodically poled Mg:LiNbO3
providing 800 nm bandwidth around 3.4 μm in a
7.4-mm long medium. It delivers 75 fs pulses with
1.5 μJ pulse energy.
$8*tQN
Multicasting of 40-Gbit/s NRZ-OOK Data
into 24 RZ Copies Using a Single Pump and
Supercontinuum Generation, Omer F. Yilmaz,
Scott Nuccio, Jian Wang, Xiaoxia Wu, Alan E.
Willner; Univ. of Southern California, USA. We
demonstrate multicasting of 40-Gb/s NRZ-OOK
data into 24 RZ copies using a single pump and
supercontinuum generation. The NRZ signal is
optically sampled and a supercontinuum is generated using the sampled signal.
+8#tQN
Advanced Length Metrology with Pulse Trains’
Destructive Interference by a Femtosecond
Optical Frequency Comb, Dong Wei, Satoru
Takahashi, Kiyoshi Takamasu, Hirokazu Matsumoto; Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. We proposed the use of
a femtosecond optical frequency comb for length
measurement based on pulse trains’ destructive
interference. The theoretical derivation shows that
the present technique offers a significantly different approach to length measurement.
$8*tQN
All-Order Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD)
Compensation in 10Gbit/s×2 Pol-Mux System
via Hyperfine Resolution Optical Pulse Shaper,
Li Xu, Houxun Miao, Andrew M. Weiner; Purdue
Univ., USA. Employing an optical pulse shaper
with 1.6 GHz/pixel resolution, we experimentally
demonstrate optical compensation of all-order
polarization mode dispersion with >40 ps mean
differential group delay in a 10 Gbit/s×2 PolMux system.
Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Please review all four pages for complete session information.
Wednesday, May 19
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Measurement of Solder Ball Height and Shape
Defects Using a Visible Supercontinuum Based
Line Scan Interferometer, Malay Kumar 1,
Mohammed N. Islam1, Fred L. Terry Jr.1, Douglas
Davidson2, Carl Aleksoff2; 1Univ. of Michigan, USA,
2
Coherix Inc., USA. We identify shape defects on
~300um high solder balls by measuring the 3-D
profile over +/-20 degrees down the ball surface.
A broadband line scan interferometer enables
measurement of ball height with 125nm axial
resolution.
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Generating Energetic Few-Cycle Pulses at 800
nm Using Soliton Compression with Type 0
Cascaded Quadratic Interaction in Lithium
Niobate, Morten Bache1, Binbin Zhou1, Andy
Chong2, Frank W. Wise2; 1DTU Fotonik, Technical
Univ. of Denmark, Denmark, 2Dept. of Applied and
Engineering Physics, Cornell Univ., USA. We show
that ultra-short few-cycle pulses can be generated
through soliton compression of energetic femtosecond pulses from a Ti:Sapphire regenerative
amplifier. The compression relies on cascaded
type 0 second-harmonic generation in mm-length
lithium niobate crystals.
$8#tQN
Silicon-Carbide-Based Two-Dimensional
Photonic Crystal Nanocavities, Shota Yamada1,
Bong-Shik Song1,2, Takashi Asano1, Susumu Noda1;
1
Dept. of Electronic Science and Engineering Kyoto
Univ., Japan, 2School of Information and Communication, Sungkyunkwan Univ., Republic of Korea.
We demonstrate the first silicon-carbide-based
photonic crystal nanocavities operated at a wide
range of 500~1400 nm. Furthermore, we show that
two-photon absorption in the cavity is completely
inhibited even at ultra-high-energy light (~1550
nm) input.
$8$tQN
Novel Technique for Mode Selection in a LargeMode-Area Fiber Laser, Jae M. O. Daniel, Jaclyn
S. P. Chan, Ji Won Kim, Morten Ibsen, Jayanta Sahu,
W.A Clarkson; Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of
Southampton, UK. A novel method for selectively
exciting a single-spatial-mode (fundamental or
higher-order) in a high-power multi-mode fiber
laser resonator is presented. Preliminary results
for a cladding-pumped Tm-doped silica fiber
laser are discussed
$8%tQN
Multiphoton Coherence Domain Molecular
Imaging, Quijie Wan, Brian E. Applegate; Texas
A&M Univ., USA. We have developed a novel
high-resolution molecular imaging technique,
pump-probe optical coherence microscopy, based
on the fusion of pump-probe spectroscopy and
optical coherence microscopy and demonstrated
it on fixed human skin containing a nodular
melanoma.
$8"tQN
Energy Scaling of Few-Cycle Pulse Compression
in Hollow Fibers Using Circular Polarization,
Arnaud Malvache, Xiaowei Chen, Aurélie Jullien,
Rodrigo Lopez-Martens; Lab d’Optique Appliquée,
ENSTA ParisTech, École Polytechnique, CNRS,
France. We show that few-cycle pulse compression
in statically filled hollow fibers can be scaled in
energy using circular polarization. This technique
could be useful for upgrading pressure gradient
devices while preserving stable conditions of
operation.
$8#tQN
Deterministic Design of Ultrahigh Q and Small
Mode Volume Photonic Crystal Nanobeam Cavity, Qimin Quan, Parag B. Deotare, Marko Loncar;
Harvard Univ., USA. A deterministic design of
an ultrahigh Q, subwavelength mode volume,
photonic crystal nanobeam cavity, operating at the
target frequency, is proposed and experimentally
demonstrated. Nonlinear bistability is observed in
such nanobeam cavities fabricated in Si.
$8$tQN
Influence of Index Depressions in Active Large
Pitch Fibers, Florian Jansen1, Martin Baumgartl1,2,
Hans-Jürgen Otto1, Cesar Jauregui1, Jens Limpert1,2,
Andreas Tünnermann1,2,3; 1Inst. of Applied Physics,
Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany, 2HelmholtzInst. Jena, Germany, 3Fraunhofer Inst. for Applied
Optics and Precision Engineering, Germany. The
analysis of the influence of a core index depression
on the higher-order mode discrimination and the
beam quality of the fundamental mode in different designs of active large pitch photonic crystal
fibers is discussed.
$8%tQN
Adaptive Optics for Two-Photon and Harmonic
Generation Microscopy, Anisha Thayil, Alexander Jesacher, Tony Wilson, Martin Booth; Univ.
of Oxford, UK. Specimen-induced aberrations
frequently affect image quality in high-resolution
microscopes. We apply adaptive optics to correct
aberrations in two-photon fluorescence, and
second and third harmonic microscopes. In
particular, this is applied to imaging of mouse
embryos.
$8"tQN
Stabilizing Carrier-Envelope Phase of a 30 fs 1
kHz, 6 mJ Ti:sapphire Regenerative Amplifier,
Shouyuan Chen, Michael Chini, He Wang, Chenxia
Yun, Hiroki Mashiko, Yi Wu, Zenghu Chang;
Kansas State Univ., USA. Carrier-envelope phase
stabilization of a two-stage chirped pulse amplifier
laser system with regenerative amplification as the
preamplifier is demonstrated with a 90 mrad rms
error for a locking period of 4.5 h.
$8#tQN
Inverse Design of Nanophotonic Structures
Using Complementary Convex Optimization,
Jesse Lu, Jelena Vuckovic; Stanford Univ., USA.
We present a computationally-fast inverse design
method for nanophotonic structures, based on
the complementary optimization of both dielectric structure and resonant field variables. This
method is used to effciently design multi-objective
nanophotonic resonators in 2-D.
$8$tQN
1180 nm Linearly-Polarized Fiber Laser with
High Slope Efficiency Employing Low-Loss
Ytterbium-Doped Polarization Maintaining
Solid Photonic Bandgap Fiber, Masahiro Kashiwagi, Katsuhiro Takenaga, Kentaro Ichii, Tomoharu
Kitabayashi, Shoji Tanigawa, Ken Shima, Shoichiro
Matsuo, Munehisa Fujimaki, Kuniharu Himeno;
Fujikura Ltd., Japan. A linearly-polarized fiber
laser operating at 1180 nm was demonstrated
using a low-loss ytterbium-doped polarization
maintaining solid photonic bandgap fiber. A slope
efficiency of 30% was achieved.
$8%tQN
Multiphoton Modulation Microscopy for HighSpeed Deep Biological Imaging, Scott S. Howard,
Adam A. Straub, Chrix Xu; Cornell Univ., USA. We
demonstrate a novel line scanning multiphoton
microscope with a single element detector, potentially allowing fast imaging deep into scattering
tissue. Multiphoton biological imaging of ex vivo
rat tendon using this technique is presented.
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Controlling Directionality of Mirror-Less Lasing by Pulse Shaping and Timing, Alexei Sokolov,
Gombojav O. Ariunbold, Xi Wang, Marlan O.
Scully; Texas A&M Univ., USA. We study mirrorless lasing in a dye solution two-photon-pumped
by a sequence of pre-chirped femtosecond pulses.
We demonstrate control of lasing direction, without changing the excitation geometry, by adjusting
the pump pulse timing and shape.
$8&tQN
1500-nm InP Diode Lasers Optimized for Use
at 77K Demonstrate 73% Conversion Efficiency,
Paul Leisher1, Weimin Dong1, Mike Grimshaw1,
Mark DeFranza1, Mark Dubinskii2, Steve Patterson1, Rob Martinsen1; 1nLight Corp., USA, 2ARL,
USA. The power conversion efficiency of cryogenically-cooled InP diode lasers is limited by excess
electrical voltage caused by carrier freeze-out. A
laser design which specifically mitigates this effect
demonstrates peak efficiency of 73% at 77K.
28#tQN
Analytical Technique for Determining the
Size of Subwavelength Focal Spots in far Field,
Sukosin Thongrattanasiri1, Anthony J. Hoffman2,
Matthew Escarra2, Claire F. Gmachl2, Viktor A.
Podolskiy1,3; 1Oregon State Univ., USA, 2Princeton
Univ., USA, 3Univ. of Massachusetts Lowell, USA.
We develop a technique for determining the size
of subwavelength focal spots without near-field
microscopy, based on carefully designed gratings
that convert the subwavelength information into
propagating waves, far-field measurements, and
computer post-processing.
28"tQN
Oblique Airy Wavepackets in Bidispersive
Optical Media, Toni J. Eichelkraut1, Georgios A.
Siviloglou1, Demetrios N. Christodoulides1, Ioannis
M. Besieris2; 1CREOL, Univ. of Central Florida,
USA, 2Bradley Dept. of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Virginia Tech, USA. We show that a
new class of skewed, non-spreading Airy wavepackets is possible in optical bidispersive systems.
Their obliquity is found to have a profound effect
on their spatiotemporal acceleration dynamics.
Pertinent examples are provided.
$8&tQN
Limitations of Noise Figure in InGaAsP Quantum-Well Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers,
William Loh1,2, Jason J. Plant1, Jonathan Klamkin1,
Joseph P. Donnelly1, Frederick J. O’Donnell1, Rajeev
J. Ram2, Paul W. Juodawlkis1; 1MIT Lincoln Lab,
USA, 2MIT, USA. We present the first quantitative investigation of noise figure degradation in
InGaAsP quantum-well semiconductor optical
amplifiers at high bias. We compare two experimental measurements of population inversion factor for a 1.5-μm slab-coupled optical-waveguide
amplifier (SCOWA).
28#tQN
An Anisotropic Metamaterial Leaky Waveguide,
Huikan Liu, Kevin J. Webb; Purdue Univ., USA.
We propose a leaky optical waveguide achieved
with a uniaxially anisotropic metamaterial that
supports both forward and backward leaky waves.
The backward leaky nature is exploited in a subdiffraction imaging system.
28"tQN
Multigigawatt Sub-Cycle Optical Field Waveforms from Shock-Wave-Enhanced Supercontinuum Generation in a Molecular Gas,
Wolfgang Schweinberger1, Reinhard Kienberger1,
Georg Korn1, Aleksandr Voronin2, Abdallah Azzeer3,
Aleksei Zheltikov2, Ferenc Krausz1; 1Max-PlanckInst. für Quantenoptik, Germany, 2Moscow State
Univ., Russian Federation, 3King Saud Univ.,
Saudi Arabia. Interaction of intense few-cycle light
pulses with molecular gases in hollow waveguides
is shown to give rise to a variety of intriguing
physical effects from shock-wave-enhanced
generation of multigigawatt sub-cycle pulses to
coupled-state single-cycle-soliton-molecularvibration dynamics.
$8&tQN
Second Harmonic Generation of Picosecond
Pulses at 530 nm in Bulk PPLN at Variable
Repetition Rates, Sina Riecke1, Kristian Lauritsen1, Rainer Erdmann1, Mirko Uebernickel2,
Katrin Paschke2, Götz Erbert2; 1PicoQuant GmbH,
Germany, 2Ferdinand-Braun-Inst. für Höchstfrequenztechnik, Germany. Green picosecond pulses
with peak powers of more than 4W are generated
by second harmonic generation in bulk PPLN.
These power levels exceed all previous electrically
triggerable green picosecond sources by an order
of magnitude.
28#tQN
Experimental Demonstration of Hyperbolic
Wave Vector Surfaces in Silver Nanowire Arrays,
Joerg Schilling1, Jyotirmayee Kanungo2; 1ZIK “SiLinano”, Martin-Luther-Univ. Halle-Witternber, Germany, 2Queen’s Univ. Belfast, UK. The two principal
effective dielectric constants of silver nanowire
arrays are directly derived from the angular dependence of the Fabry-Perot peaks in transmission
measurements. The hyperbolic wave vector surface
is mapped from the experimental data.
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Quantum Interference between Photo-Excited
States in a Solid-State Mott Insulator, Daniele
Brida1, Simon Wall2, Stephen Clark2, Henri Ehrke2,
Dieter Jaksch2, Arzhang Ardavan2, Stefano Bonora1,
Hirotaka Uemura3, Yukihiro Takahashi4, Tsuyoshi
Hasegawa5, Hiroshi Okamoto3, Giulio Cerullo1,
Andrea Cavalleri2; 1Dept. di Fisica, Politecnico di
Milano, Italy, 2Dept. of Physics, Clarendon Lab,
UK, 3Dept. of Advanced Materials Science, Univ.
of Tokyo, Japan, 4Phtonics Res. Inst., AIST, Japan,
5
CREST, JST, Japan. By exciting with sub-10-fs
1.6-µm pulses the quasi-one-dimensional Mott insulator ET-F2TCNQ, we observe prompt collapse
of the Mott gap modulated by 24-THz oscillations
of the gap, which are assigned to quantum interference between holon-doublon excitations.
$8'tQN
Power Scaling of Widely-Tunable Monochromatic THz Pulses Based on DifferenceFrequency Generation in a Pair of Stacked GaP
Plates, Yi Jiang1, Yujie J. Ding1, Ioulia B. Zotova2;
1
Lehigh Univ., USA, 2ArkLight, USA. By stacking two GaP plates, we have improved the THz
peak power from 433 W to 1.36 kW based on
difference-frequency generation, corresponding
to an enhancement by two orders of magnitude
over the previous result.
$8(tQN Invited
Cavity Enhanced On-Chip Spectrometer with
Sub-nm Resolution, Bernardo B. C. Kyotoku1,2,
Long Chen1, Michal Lipson1; 1Cornell Univ., USA,
2
Univ. Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil. A novel onchip spectrometer device using combined functionalities of a micro-ring resonator and a planar
diffraction grating is proposed and demonstrated.
The spectrometer has a 2mm2 footprint and exhibits 100 channels each with 0.05nm FWHM.
28%tQN
Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers Optically Coupled to
Hybrid Microcavities, Paul E. Barclay, Kai-Mei
C. Fu, Charles Santori, Ray G. Beausoleil; HewlettPackard Labs, USA. Optical coupling between
nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in single-crystal
diamond and hybrid gallium phosphide microcavities is demonstrated. NV photoluminescence
coupled into whispering gallery modes with Q >
25000 is observed.
28$tQN
Ultrafast, Element-Specific, Demagnetization Dynamics Probed Using Coherent High
Harmonic Beams, Chan La-o-vorakiat1, Stefan
Mathias 1,2, Patrik Grychtol 3, Roman Adam 3,
Mark Siemens1, Justin M. Shaw4, Hans Nembach4,
Martin Aeschlimann 2, Claus M. Schneider 3,
Thomas J. Silva4, Margaret M. Murnane1, Henry
C. Kapteyn 1; 1JILA, Univ. of Colorado, USA,
2
Univ. of Kaiserslautern and Res. Ctr. OPTIMAS,
Germany, 3Inst. of Solid State Res., Res. Ctr. Jülich,
Germany, 4Electromagnetics Div., NIST, USA. High
harmonics from a tabletop laser are used to probe
ultrafast demagnetization of a compound material
(Permalloy) with elemental selectivity. We achieve
the highest time resolution, element-specific,
measurements to date at 50fs.
$8'tQN
Difference Frequency Generation of THz
Waves Inside a High-Finesse Ring-Cavity OPO
Pumped by a Fiber Laser, Walter Hurlbut1, Vladimir Kozlov1, Konstantin Vodopyanov2; 1Microtech
Instruments, Inc., USA, 2Stanford Univ., USA.
We produce tunable (1.3-3THz) narrow-band
THz-wave output with >130-microWatt average
power in periodically-inverted GaAs inside a neardegenerate type-0 PPLN OPO containing thin
YAG etalon for spectral control, synchronously
pumped by a 1064-nm 10-ps Yb-fiber laser.
28$tQN
Ultrafast Optical Measurement of Hole and
Electron Spin Dynamics in Germanium, Arthur
L. Smirl1, Eric J. Loren1, Julien Rioux2, J. E. Sipe2,
Henry M. van Driel2; 1Lab for Photonics and Quantum Electronics, Univ. of Iowa, USA, 2Dept. of Physics and Inst. for Optical Sciences, Univ. of Toronto,
Canada. Spin-dependent carrier dynamics in Ge,
including hole spin relaxation, intervalley scattering, many-body effects, cooling, and phase space
filling, are selectively investigated and analyzed
for the first time using spectrally, temporally and
polarization resolved pump-probe techniques.
$8'tQN
THz Source Based on External Cavity Enhanced
Difference Frequency Generation by Using
Monolithic Single-Frequency Pulsed Fiber Lasers, Eliot B. Petersen1,2, Wei Shi1, Dan T. Nguyen1,
Zhidong Yao1, Jie Zong1, Arturo Chavez-Pirson1,
Nasser Peyghambarian1,3; 1NP Photonics, USA,
2
Physics Dept., Univ. of Arizona, USA, 3College of
Optical Sciences, Univ. of Arizona, USA. We demonstrate a resonant cavity approach to enhance
narrow band THz radiation. Two nanosecond laser
pulses in a cavity interact with a nonlinear crystal
to produce 7-fold enhancement of THz power
compared to single-pass orientation.
28%tQN
Quantum Interference of Tunably Indistinguishable Photons from Remote Organic Molecules,
Yves Rezus1, Robert Lettow1, Alois Renn1, Gert
Zumofen1, Erkki Ikonen2, Stephan Goetzinger1,
Vahid Sandoghdar1; 1Lab of Physical Chemistry
and optETH, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, 2Metrology
Res. Inst., Helsinki Univ. of Technology, Finland. We
demonstrate two-photon interference using two
remote organic molecules as bright solid-state
sources of indistinguishable photons. By varying
the transition frequency and spectral width of
one molecule, we explore the effect of photon
distinguishability.
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Integrated Mid-Infrared Chalcogenide Glass
Waveguide and Quantum Cascade Laser,
Candice Tsay1, Elvis Mujagic2, Claire Gmachl1,
Craig B. Arnold1; 1Princeton Univ., USA, 2Vienna
Univ. of Technology, Austria. We use an additive
solution-casting process to fabricate chalcogenide
glass planar waveguides specifically for the mid-IR,
and directly integrate the waveguides on-chip with
an existing QCL.
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Two-Photon Interference from Separate Quantum Dots, Edward B. Flagg, Andreas Muller,
Sergey V. Polyakov, Alexander Ling, Alan L. Migdall,
Glenn S. Solomon; Joint Quantum Inst., NIST and
Univ. of Maryland, USA. We use strain to tune into
resonance two different, remote quantum dots
and show that the emitted photons will produce
Hong-Ou-Mandel interference. Pulsed excitation
will allow deterministic timing of these indistinguishable photons.
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Absolute Distance Measurement with Asynchronous-Optical-Sampling Terahertz Impulse
Radar, Takeshi Yasui, Yoshiyuki Ohgi, Yasuhiro
Kabetani, Shuko Yokoyama, Tsutomu Araki;
Osaka Univ., Japan. We proposed a method to
determine the absolute distance of a distant target
using asynchronous-optical-sampling terahertz
impulse radar. The determined distance was good
agreement with the actual distance measured
by a scale.
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Vernier Frequency Sampling - A New Approach
for Broadband High-Resolution Spectroscopy,
Lucille Mussio, Bertrand G. M. Hardy, Myriam
Raybaut, Antoine Godard, Ajmal K. Mohamed,
Michel Lefebvre; ONERA - the French Aerospace
Lab, France. We present a novel method for
broadband spectroscopy. Due to the entanglement of two cavities within an optical parametric
oscillator, frequency resolution and span are
widely adjustable. The technique is applied to
CO2 remote sensing.
$8*tQN
Broadband Continuous Wavelength Conversion
of 10-Gb/s Data in Silicon Waveguides Spanning
S-, C-, and L-Bands, Noam Ophir1, Aleksandr
Biberman1, Kevin J. Luke1, Amy C. Turner-Foster2,
Mark A. Foster3, Michal Lipson2, Alexander L.
Gaeta 3, Keren Bergman 1; 1Dept. of Electrical
Engineering, Columbia Univ., USA, 2School of
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell Univ.,
USA, 3School of Applied and Engineering Physics,
Cornell Univ., USA. We demonstrate broadband
continuous wavelength conversion of 10-Gb/s
data across 100 nm using four-wave mixing in
dispersion-engineered silicon waveguides. Errorfree operation and constant 2-dB power penalties
are experimentally obtained for all examined
probe-idler separations.
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Molecular Water Accumulation on Silica
Measured with Picometer Height Resolution,
Xuefeng Wang, Ming Zhao, David D. Nolte; Physics
Dept., Purdue Univ., USA. We observed water film
accumulation on silica surfaces to 1 picometer
resolution using optical land-contrast (LC) interferometry. The land-contrast approach is nondestructive and allows real-time measurement of
thickness variation of small molecular films.
$8)tQN
Pulse Compression Dynamics in Synchronously
Pumped Continuous Wave Mode-Locked Raman Oscillators, Eduardo Granados, Helen M.
Pask, Richard P. Mildren, David J. Spence; Macquarie Univ., Australia. We present a numerical
model that explains the pulse compression
dynamics occurring in synchronously-pumped
Raman oscillators based on transient Stimulated
Raman Scattering equations. Excellent agreement
is found between our theoretical results and the
experimental data.
$8*tQN
Self-Phase Modulation Based Optical Regeneration of 10 Gb/s, 1.8 ps RZ Signal Using Carbon
Nanotube Device, K. K. Chow, S. Yamashita;
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Information
Systems, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. We report the
observation of self-phase modulation generated
in a carbon-nanotube- deposited fiber device.
SPM-based optical regeneration of a distorted
10-Gb/s return-to-zero signal is demonstrated and
a negative power penalty is obtained in bit-errorrate measurements.
+8#tQN
Optical Coherence Tomography for NonDestructive Investigation of Silicon IntegratedCircuits, Keith A. Serrels, Michael K. Renner,
Derryck T. Reid; Heriot-Watt Univ., UK. We present the development of an ultra-high-resolution
high-dynamic-range infrared optical coherence
tomography imaging system for the novel purpose
of sub-surface inspection of silicon integratedcircuits. Examples of substrate thickness profiling
and device feature inspection are demonstrated.
$8)tQN
Coherent Raman Microscopy with a FiberFormat Femtosecond Laser Oscillator, Marco
Marangoni, Alessio Gambetta, Vikas Kumar, Giulia
Grancini, Dario Polli, Cristian Manzoni, Roberta
Ramponi, Giulio Cerullo; Politecnico di Milano,
Italy. A novel highly simplified architecture for
Coherent Raman Scattering microscopy (CARS
and SRS) is demonstrated, where multiple tunable
narrowband picosecond pulses are generated by
spectral compression of femtosecond pulses emitted by a compact Er-fiber oscillator.
$8*tQN
Optical Crosstalk in a Silicon Nanowaveguide,
Yoshitomo Okawachi1, Onur Kuzucu1, Aleksandr
Biberman2, Noam Ophir2, Mark A. Foster1, Amy C.
Turner-Foster1, Reza Salem1, Michal Lipson1, Alexander L. Gaeta1; 1Cornell Univ., USA, 2Columbia
Univ., USA. We characterize optical crosstalk and
the associated bit-error rate degradation in silicon
nanowaveguides. Results indicate that crosstalk
decreases with increasing modulation frequency,
which we attribute to free-carrier lifetime in the
nanowaveguides.
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San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 2
Wednesday, May 19
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3:15 p.m.–4:45 p.m. Coffee Break, Exhibit Only Time,
San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Exhibit Halls 1 and 2
Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Please review all four pages for complete session information.
139
Room A1
Room A2
Room A3
Room A4
CLEO
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
$8+t$BSSJFS&OWFMPQF
Stabilization and Few Cycle
Generation II
Randy Bartels; Colorado State
Univ., USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:15 p.m.
$8,t1IPUPOJD$SZTUBMT***
Lasers
Armand Rosenberg; NRL, USA,
Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
$8-t'JCFS.PEBM*OUFSBDUJPOT
Johan Nilsson; Univ. of
Southampton, UK, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
$8.t0QUPGMVJEJDTGPS1IPUPOJD
Applications
David Erickson; Cornell Univ.,
USA, Presider
$8+tQN Invited
Single-Cycle Light Pulses from a Compact
Er:Fiber Laser, Günther Krauss, Tobias Hanke,
Alexander Sell, Stefan Eggert, Rupert Huber, Alfred
Leitenstorfer; Univ. of Konstanz, Germany. We
demonstrate a setup based entirely on compact
Er:fiber technology which synthesizes pulses of
a duration of 4.3 fs. This value corresponds to
a single cycle of light in the telecom wavelength
region.
$8,tQN Invited
Low-Power and High-Speed Operation of InGaAsP/InP Photonic Crystal Nanocavity Laser
Using Wavelength-Sized Buried Heterostructure, Akihiko Shinya1, Shinji Matsuo2, Takaaki
Kakitsuka2, Kengo Nozaki1, Toru Segawa2, Tomonari
Sato2, Yoshihiro Kawaguch2, Masaya Notomi1; 1NTT
Basic Res. Labs, Japan, 2NTT Photonics Labs, Japan.
We describe the room temperature CW operation
of an ultra-small buried heterostructure photonic
crystal laser. The threshold power is only 1.5μW,
the fiber output power is 0.44μW, and the 3-dB
modulation speed is 5.5GHz.
$8-tQN Invited
Measuring the Modes of Optical Fibers Using S2
Imaging, Jeffrey W. Nicholson, John M. Fini, Samir
Ghalmi, Jayesh C. Jasapara, Anthony DeSantolo,
Eric Monberg, Frank Dimarcello; OFS Labs, USA.
Multiple higher-order-modes propagating simultaneously in large-mode-area optical fibers are
measured and their relative power levels quantified
using spatially and spectrally resolved imaging.
$8.tQN
Imaging Based Optofluidic Interferometer on
Chip, Wuzhou Song, Demetri Psaltis; Swiss Federal
Inst. of Technology Lausanne, École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. We introduce
for the first time an integrated optofluidic interferometer on a PDMS microfluidic chip. By
imaging the local interference patterns inside the
chip, both of the fluid pressure and flow rate can
be measured.
Wednesday, May 19
$8.tQN
Time-Resolved High-Sensitivity Sensing of
Liquid Films in Microfluidic Channels with
Optofluidic Microresonators, Michael Grad1,
Chen Chan Tsai1, Mingbin Yu2, Dim Lee Kwong2,
Chee Wei Wong1, Daniel Attinger1; 1Columbia
Univ., USA, 2Inst. for Microelectronics, Singapore.
We demonstrate integrated optical ring resonators
as time-resolved sensors with 3.2e-5 refractive
index unit sensitivity embedded in microfluidic
channels. Furthermore, we report the chip-scale
detection of segmented flow with different liquidfilm thicknesses and capillary numbers.
140
$8+tQN
Octave-Spanning Ti:sapphire Laser Locked to
Carrier-Envelope-Offset Frequency Zero, Stefan
Rausch1,2, Thomas Binhammer3, Anne Harth1,2,
Uwe Morgner1,2,4; 1Inst. of Quantum Optics, Leibniz
Univ. Hannover, Germany, 2Ctr. for Quantum Engineering and Space-Time Res. (QUEST), Germany,
3
VENTEON Laser Technologies GmbH, Germany,
4
Laser Zentrum Hannover, Germany. We present a
Ti:sapphire based pulse train stabilized to carrierenvelope-offset frequency zero using an extended
self-referencing technique. The excellent CEP lock
is verified by recording the spectral interference of
1011 pulses in a second f-to-2f-interferometer.
$8,tQN
Lasing Oscillation in a Three-Dimensional
Photonic Crystal Nanocavity with Quantum
Dots, Aniwat Tandaechanurat, Satomi Ishida,
Denis Guimard, Damien Bordel, Masahiro Nomura, Satoshi Iwamoto, Yasuhiko Arakawa; Inst.
for Nano Quantum Information Electronics, Univ.
of Tokyo, Japan. We successfully demonstrated
lasing oscillation in a three-dimensional photonic
crystal nanocavity with quantum dots. Increasing
the number of stacked layers enhanced a cavity
quality factor, leading to a significant reduction
in the lasing threshold.
$8-tQN
Novel Multicore Fibers for Large-Mode-Areas
and High Beam Quality, Moritz M. Vogel, Marwan Abdou-Ahmed, Thomas Rataj, Andreas Popp,
Armin Austerschulte, Thomas Liebig, Andreas Voss,
Thomas Graf; Inst. für Strahlwerkzeuge, Univ. of
Stuttgart, Germany. A passive multicore fiber with
a mode field area of 465 µm2 at 1050 nm delivering
virtually diffraction limited output beam quality
and a few-mode multicore fiber are investigated
and compared to suitable step-index fibers.
$8.tQN
Optofluidic Synthesis of Magnetic Microparticles with Structural Colors, Junhoi Kim, Hyoki
Kim, Wook Park, Younghoon Song, Sunghoon Kwon;
Seoul Natl. Univ., Republic of Korea. We present
optofluidic synthesis of magnetic microparticles showing structural color property. We also
demonstrate fabrication of complex magnetic
microparticles having multiple subdomains with
different color patterns.
$8+tQN
Single-Shot Detection and on-Line Control of
Carrier Phase Drift of Mid-IR Pulses, Cristian
Manzoni, Michael Först, Henri Ehrke, Andrea Cavalleri; Univ. of Hamburg, Germany. We introduce a
new scheme for single-shot characterization of the
absolute-phase jitter of mid-IR pulses. The system
detects phase drifts of self-phase stabilized sources;
a control scheme compensating long-term drifts
is also demonstrated.
$8,tQN
Lasing Action of a Surface Emitting Organic
Photonic Crystal Laser of Rectangular Lattice
Fabricated by Double Nanoimprint Lithography
Process, Sidney S. Yang, Chien-Liang Liu, Shih-I
Chen; Natl. Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan. A surface
emitting organic thin-film band-edge blue laser of
photonic crystals (PhCs) with rectangular lattice
were fabricated by double nanoimprint lithography
process. The dual-wavelength lasing characteristics, including lasing thresholds, polarization and
far-field pattern, are presented.
$8-tQN
Nonlinear Frequency Generation of High-Power
Polarisation Vortices in Optical Fibers, Christian
Smith1, Peter Balling1, Poul Kristensen2, Siddharth
Ramachandran3; 1Aarhus Univ., Denmark, 2OFS
Fitel ApS, Denmark, 3Boston Univ., USA. We exploit
stimulated-Raman-scattering to generate polarisation-vortices over 3-Stokes-shifts (40-THz) with a
specially-designed optical fiber. This illustrates the
possibility of generating these beams, of immense
recent interest, at any wavelength that nonlinear
processes in glass allow.
$8.tQN
Optofluidic Dispersion Engineering of Photonic
Crystal Waveguides, Alvaro Casas Bedoya, Peter
Domachuk, Jason Ting, Christian Grillet, Christelle
Monet, Snjezana Tomljenovic-Hanic, Michael W.
Lee, Ross C. McPhedran, Benjamin J. Eggleton; CUDOS, Univ. of Sydney, Australia. We use optofluidic
infiltration to precisely and reversibly engineer the
dispersion of a photonic crystal defect waveguide
post-fabrication. The amount of fluid infiltrated
into the photonic crystal microstructure strongly
influences the waveguide dispersion.
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Room A6
Room A7
QELS
CLEO
QELS
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
28&t/POMJOFBS*OUFHSBUFE
Optics
Roberto Morandotti; INRS-EMT,
Canada, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
$8/t5VOBCMF4FNJDPOEVDUPS
Lasers
Yoshiaki Nakano; Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
28't5PXBSE5ISFF
%JNFOTJPOBM.FUBNBUFSJBMT
Mikhail Noginov; Norfolk State
Univ., USA, Presider
28&tQN
Net Parametric Gain in a High Index Doped
Silica Waveguide, Alessia Pasquazi1, Yongwoo
Park1, Jose Azaña1, François Légaré2, Brent Little3,
Sai T. Chu3, Roberto Morandotti1, David Moss4;
1
Ultrafast Optical Processing Group INRS-EMT,
Canada, 2INRS-EMT, Canada, 3Infinera Corp.,
USA, 4CUDOS, School of Physics, Univ. of Sydney,
Australia. We demonstrate C-band subpicosecond
wavelength conversion over > 100nm, exploiting
four wave mixing in a high index doped silica
waveguide spiral of 45cm, showing a +16.5dB net
gain for a 40W peak pump power.
$8/tQN
Towards on-Chip Tunable Nanolasers Based on
Optomechanical Zipper Cavities, Raviv Perahia,
Thiago P. M. Alegre, Justin D. Cohen, Oskar Painter;
Caltech, USA. Work towards semiconductor
nanolasers at 1.3µm wavelength in optomechanically coupled one dimensional photonic-crystal
cavities is presented. Optical mode spectroscopy
and on-chip tuning capability based on capacitive
actuation is developed. Experimental and theoretical results are presented.
28'tQN Invited
Photonic Metamaterials Go Three-Dimensional,
Martin Wegener; Inst. für Angewandte Physik
und Inst. für Nanotechnologie, Karlsruhe Inst. of
Technology, Germany. We review recent progress
on three-dimensional metallic and/or dielectric
nanostructures made using direct laser writing.
Emphasis will be on gold-helix metamaterials as
compact broadband circular polarizers, bi-chiral
helical structures, and early three-dimensional
carpet cloaks.
28&tQN
Broadband Sum-Frequency Generation in
AlGaAs Bragg Reflection Waveguides, Junbo
Han, Payam Abolghasem, Bhavin J. Bijlani, Amr
S. Helmy; Univ. of Toronto, Canada. Efficient
continuous-wave sum-frequency generation with
a bandwidth exceeding 60 nm was obtained in
AlGaAs Bragg-reflection waveguide for type-II
nonlinear interaction. Normalized conversion
efficiency of 317 %W(-1)cm2 was estimated in a
device with 2.2 mm length.
$8/tQN
Tunable Hollow Waveguide In-Plane Laser with
52-nm Tuning Range, Mukesh Kumar1, Chris
Chase2, Vadim Karagodsky2, Takahiro Sakaguchi1,
Fumio Koyama1, Connie J. Chang-Hasnain2; 1Tokyo
Inst. of Technology, Japan, 2Univ. of California at
Berkeley, USA. A novel hybrid-integrated in-plane
tunable-laser based on HCG-hollow-waveguide
is proposed. A semiconductor optical amplifier is
directly coupled to a tunable-hollow-waveguideBragg-reflector. A giant tuning-range of 52-nm is
demonstrated with a single tuning-parameter of
variable air-core.
28&tQN
Ultrafast Optical Pulse Compression on a
Chip, Marco Peccianti1,2, Marcello Ferrera1, Luca
Razzari1,3, Brent E. Little4, Sai T. Chu4, Roberto Morandotti1, David J. Moss5; 1INRS Énergie, Matériaux
et Télécommunications, Canada, 2Res. Ctr. SOFT
INFM-CNR, Italy, 3Dept. di Elettronica, Univ. di
Pavia, Italy, 4Infinera Ltd., USA, 5CUDOS, School
of Physics, Univ. of Sydney, Australia. we present
the first integrated optical pulse compressor
based on nonlinear chirp capable of operating on
a sub-picosecond time scale. The device is based
on an integrated 45cm long, high index doped
silica glass waveguide.
$8/tQN
Acousto-Optically Tunable Extended Cavity
Diode Laser, Vincent Crozatier1, Vianney Damon2, Ivan Lorgere2; 1Fastlite, France, 2Lab Aime
Cotton, CNRS, France. In this new architecture of
extended cavity diode laser, broadband tunability
is provided by an acousto-optical tunable filter
with a longitudinal interaction. The laser offers
single mode operation, >100 nm accordability, and
two-wavelength operation capability.
28'tQN
Bi-Anisotropy of Optical Metamagnetics Studied with Spectroscopic Ellipsometry, Vladimir
P. Drachev 1, Tom Tiwald 2, Josh Borneman 1,
Shumin Xiao1, Alexander V. Kildishev1, Vladimir
M. Shalaev1, Augustine Urbas3; 1Purdue Univ.,
USA, 2J.A. Woollam Co., Inc., USA, 3AFRL, USA.
Sub-wavelength gratings of paired Ag strips are
measured and analyzed using spectroscopic ellipsometry, and show significant angular dependence
of the electric and magnetic resonance properties,
along with evidence of bi-anisotropy.
28&tQN
Second Harmonic Generation in Gallium
Phosphide Photonic Crystal Nanocavities with
Ultralow CW Pump Power, Kelley Rivoire1,
Ziliang Lin1, Fariba Hatami2, W. Ted Masselink2,
Jelena Vuckovic1; 1Stanford Univ., USA, 2Humboldt
Univ., Germany. Using photonic crystal nanocavities fabricated in the semiconductor gallium
phosphide, we demonstrate second harmonic
generation with input continuous wave powers of
nanowatts (at 1550 nm).
$8/tQN
High Power and Widely Tunable External Cavity
Diode Laser with a Single-Angled-Facet Laser
Diode, Kiyofumi Muro1, Yasutaka Shimada1, Ken
Kitahara1, Tomohisa Endo1, Yuji Yamagata2, Yumi
Yamada2, Tsuyoshi Fujimoto2; 1Chiba Univ., Japan,
2
Optoenergy Inc., Japan. High power external cavity diode lasers were developed in the wavelength
region of 1000nm by using singel-angled-facet
laser diodes. 330mW output and 130nm tuning
were achieved in the conventional Littman-Metcalf
configuration.
28'tQN
Strong Circular Dichroism from Twisted SplitRing-Resonators, Manuel Decker1,2, Rongkuo
Zhao3,4, Costas M. Soukoulis3,5, Stefan Linden1,2,
Martin Wegener1,2; 1 Inst. für Angewandte Physik,
Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany, 2Inst. für
Nanotechnologie, Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology,
Germany, 3Ames Lab and Dept. of Physics and
Astronomy, Iowa State Univ., USA, 4Applied Optics
Beijing Area Major Lab, Dept. of Physics, Beijing
Normal Univ., China, 5Dept. of Materials Science
and Technology, Res. Ctr. of Crete, Greece. We investigate chiral photonic metamaterials composed
of stacked layers of twisted split-ring-resonators.
Our design allows for strong circular dichroism of
up to 33% at optical frequencies. The experiments
are in good agreement with theory.
Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Please review all four pages for complete session information.
Wednesday, May 19
Room A5
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Room A8
Room C1&2
CLEO
Wednesday, May 19
QELS
142
San Jose Ballroom IV
(San Jose Marriott)
Room C3&4
QELS
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
28(t6MUSBGBTU1SPDFTTFTJO
Condensed Matter
Frank Jahnke; Univ. of Bremen,
Germany, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
$80t5)[*NBHJOH
Daniel Mittleman; Rice Univ.,
USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
$81t*OUFSDPOOFDU
Technologies
Solomon Assefa; IBM T.J. Watson
Res. Ctr., USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
28)t2&-44ZNQPTJVN
on Quantum Repeaters and
Networks: Quantum Repeater
Components
Christopher Monroe; Univ. of
Maryland and JQI, USA, Presider
28(tQN
Confined Excitons with Ultrafast Radiative
Decay Time Less than 100 fs Enabling Survival at
Room Temperature, Masayoshi Ichimiya1,2, Keita
Mochizuki2, Masaaki Ashida2, Hideki Yasuda3,
Hajime Ishihara3, Tadashi Itoh2; 1Dept. of Physics,
Osaka Dental Univ., Japan, 2Dept. of Physical Science, Osaka Univ., Japan, 3Dept. of Physics and Electronics, Osaka Prefecture Univ., Japan. Temperature
dependence of degenerate four-wave mixing signal
in high-quality CuCl thin films was investigated.
We observed the signal of modes with large radiative width at high temperatures due to ultrafast
radiative decay faster than dephasing.
$80tQN
High-Speed Hand-Held Wide Aperture TimeDomain Terahertz Imaging System, David A.
Zimdars, Greg Fichter, Chris Megdanoff, John
Duquette, Magaret Murdock, Irl Duling, Jeff White,
Steve Williamson; Picometrix, Inc., USA. A handheld, high-speed time-domain terahertz (TDTHz) reflection line-scanner for non-destructive
examination (NDE) is described. The imager can
acquire video rate B-scans and acquire C-scans
>15 times faster than a gantry.
$81tQN Invited
Integration of Nano-Photonic Devices for
CMOS Chip-to-Chip Optical I/O, Ian Young,
Bruce Block, Miriam Reshotko, Peter Chang; Intel
Corp., USA. A photonic CMOS process enables
integration of electro-optical polymer modulators, silicon nitride waveguides and polycrystalline germanium photodetectors in a CMOS
logic process. CMOS compatible ring resonator
modulators and Ge detectors both demonstrate
40 Gb/s performance.
28)tQN Invited
Experimental Manipulation of Atoms and
Photons and Its Applications, Jianwei Pan; Univ.
Heidelberg, Germany. Abstract not available.
28(tQN
Femtosecond X-Ray Powder Diffraction, Flavio
Zamponi, Zunaira Ansari, Jens Dreyer, Michael
Woerner, Thomas Elsaesser; Max-Born-Inst., Germany. Transient electronic charge density maps
with 30 picometer spatial and 100 femtosecond
temporal resolution gained from X-ray powder
diffraction experiments unravel for the first
time a concerted electron and proton transfer in
hydrogen-bonded (NH4)2SO4 crystals.
$80tQN
Terahertz Emission from Optical Fiber Tip and
near-Field Microscope Applications, Minwoo
Yi1, Kanghee Lee1, Jongseok Lim1, Jaewook Ahn1,
S. H. Shin2, Jin-Dong Song2, Youngbin Hong3,
Young-Dahl Jho3; 1KAIST, Republic of Korea, 2Korea
Inst. of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea,
3
Gwangju Inst. of Science and Technology, Republic
of Korea. We devised and demonstrated terahertz
emission from an optical fiber tip coated with
InAs thin film illuminated by guided laser field
and achieved λ/20 sub-wavelength imaging in an
InAs-based transmissive near-field laser emission
THz microscope.
28(tQN Invited
Femtosecond Quantum Optics with Single-Electron Systems, Alfred Leitenstorfer, Rudolf Bratschitsch; Univ. of Konstanz, Germany. Few-fermion
dynamics in a single CdSe/ZnSe quantum dot after
resonant excitation is investigated via femtosecond
transmission spectroscopy. Optimized coupling
via dielectric microcavities and plasmonic nanoantennas is discussed leading towards ultrafast
nonlinear optics with single photons.
$80tQN
Coherent Optical Computing for Terahertz
Imaging, Kanghee Lee, Kyung Hwan Jin, Jong
Chul Ye, Jaewook Ahn; KAIST, Republic of Korea.
We devised and demonstrated coherent optical
computing for single-point terahertz imagery, the
physics of which is based on one-to-one mapping
of spatial frequency components of an object to
broadband terahertz spectrum.
$81tQN
High-Bandwidth Optical MCM: FPGA with
Optical I/O on Waveguide-Integrated SLC,
Masao Tokunari, Jean Benoit Heroux, Shigeru
Nakagawa; IBM Res. - Tokyo, Japan. We demonstrate an FPGA with 12-channel optical I/O
on waveguide-integrated surface laminar circuit,
highly-integrated optical multi-chip module.
Each transmitter channel operates at data rate
over 6 Gb/s.
28)tQN Invited
Solid State Quantum Memories for Quantum
Repeaters, Hugues de Riedmatten1, I. Usmani1, B.
Lauritzen1, C. Clausen1, J. Minář1, N. Sangouard1,
C. Simon1,2, A. Amari3, A. Walther3, S. Kröll3, M.
Afzelius1, N. Gisin1; 1Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland,
2
Univ. of Calgary, Canada, 3Dept. of Physics, Lund
Inst. of Technology, Sweden. Quantum memories
are necessary for the implementation of quantum
networks and repeaters. Recent progress towards
photonic quantum storage in solid state atomic
ensembles using photon echo techniques will
be presented.
$80tQN
Sparse Terahertz Arrays with Adaptive Image
Reconstruction, Zhuopeng Zhang, Takashi Buma;
Univ. of Delaware, USA. We demonstrate sparse
THz array imaging with an adaptive reconstruction technique. Image artifacts are reduced by over
20dB with a 56 x 56 element array spanning a 76
x 76 mm aperture.
$81tQN
Low Power Optical Interconnect at 10 Gbps with
High Efficiency 1060nm VCSEL, Jean Benoit
Héroux1, Masao Tokunari1, Keishi Takaki2, Shigeru
Nakagawa1; 1IBM Res. - Tokyo, Japan, 2Photonic
Devices Res. Ctr., Furukawa Electric Co., Japan.
We developed a high speed, low power optical
interconnect system using high efficiency 1060
nm VCSEL. Clear eye diagrams are recorded at 10
Gbps with lower than 2 mA bias and 150 mVp-p
modulation voltage.
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Room B2-B3
San Jose Salon I & II
(San Jose Marriott)
San Jose Salon III
(San Jose Marriott)
CLEO: Applications
CLEO
JOINT
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
"8"t/PWFM4FOTJOH
Applications
Xiaoshi Zhang; KapteynMurnane Labs Inc., USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
$82t)BSNPOJD(FOFSBUJPO
Shekhar Guha; AFRL, USA,
Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
+8$t)JHI'JFMEBOE)JHI
&OFSHZ%FOTJUZ4DJFODF
Craig Siders; Lawrence Livermore
Natl. Lab, USA, Presider
"8"tQN Invited
Counterfeit Money Detection by Intrinsic
Fluorescence Lifetime, Michael J. Levene,
Thomas Chia; Yale Univ., USA. Genuine U.S.
Federal Reserve Notes have a consistent, twocomponent intrinsic fluorescence lifetime. We
used scanning two-photon laser excitation and the
time-correlated single photon counting method
to identify three different types of counterfeit
U.S. paper money.
$82tQN
High Effciency Harmonic Generation in LiNbO3
Membranes, Alexander S. Solntsev 1, Andrey
A. Sukhorukov1, Dragomir N. Neshev1, Rumen
Iliew1,2, Thomas Pertsch2, Yuri S. Kivshar1; 1Australian Natl. Univ., Australia, 2Friedrich-Schiller-Univ.
Jena, Germany. We reveal simultaneous phase- and
group-velocity matching for frequency doubling
of ultra-short pulses at telecom wavelengths in
LiNbO3 membranes. Furthermore, we predict
complete phase-matched cascaded third-harmonic
generation for optimised membrane thickness.
+8$tQN Tutorial
High Energy Density Science with High Peak
Power Light Sources, Todd Ditmire; Univ. of
Texas at Austin, USA. High energy density (HED)
science is a growing sub-field of plasma and condensed matter physics. I will examine how recent
technological developments in high peak power,
petawatt-class lasers and x-ray FELs have impacted
research in HED physics.
$82tQN
Naturally Phase Matched Second Harmonic
Generation in a Whispering Gallery Mode
Resonator, Josef Fuerst1,2, Dmitry Strekalov1,3,
Dominique Elser1,2, Mikael Lassen1,4, Ulrik Lund
Andersen1,4, Christoph Marquardt1,2, Gerd Leuchs1,2;
1
Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of Light, Germany,
2
Inst. of Optics, Information and Photonics, Univ.
Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 3JPL, Caltech,
USA, 4Dept. of Physics, Technical Univ. of Denmark,
Denmark. We observed conversion efficiencies
for second harmonic generation of 9% at 30µW
pump power in LiNbO3, and self-limiting effects
at high powers. The continuous-wave pump at a
wavelength of 1064nm and its second-harmonic
feature Q>107.
$82tQN
Visible Harmonic Generation in CMOSCompatible Integrated Photonic Devices, Jacob
S. Levy, Mark A. Foster, Alexander L. Gaeta,
Michal Lipson; Cornell Univ., USA. We observe
continuous-wave second- and third-harmonic
generation in silicon nitride ring resonators
pumped in the C-band. The enhancement of
the ring allows pump powers as low as 3 mW to
generate detectable outputs.
"8"tQN
Sensitive Detection of Heavy Metals in Water
Using Microchip Laser Induced Breakdown
Spectroscopy, Zhijiang Chen, Yogesh Godwal, Lei
Pan, Ilya Utkin, Ying Tsui, Robert Fedosejevs; Univ.
of Alberta, Canada. A diode pumped Cr,Nd:YAG
microchip laser with 4µJ pulse energy and multikilohertz repetition rate is demonstrated suitable
for high sensitivity Laser-Induced Breakdown
Spectroscopy detection of trace heavy metals in water using an electroplating sampling
technique.
$82tQN
40-W, CW, Cavity-Enhanced Second-Harmonic
Generation with kHz Linewidth of an InjectionLocked Nd:YAG Laser, Noriaki Ohmae, Keigo Takayama, Shigenori Moriwaki, Norikatsu Mio; Univ.
of Tokyo, Japan. We demonstrated a 40-W, CW,
cavity-enhanced second-harmonic generation
(SHG) with kHz linewidth of an injection-locked
Nd:YAG laser. The nonlinear characteristics of
LiB3O5 were measured with a single-pass configuration to design a SHG cavity.
Concurrent sessions are grouped across four pages. Please review all four pages for complete session information.
Wednesday, May 19
"8"tQN
Monolithical Integration of UV-Induced
Optical Polymer Waveguides for Fluorescence
Applications in Biological Sciences, Mauno
Schelb1, Christoph Vannahme1, Alexander Welle1,
Steven Lenhert2, Timo Mappes1; 1Karlsruhe Inst. of
Technology, Germany, 2Florida State Univ., USA.
UV-induced optical polymer waveguides and
microfluidic channels were integrated on a single
polymer chip as a platform for fluorescence excitation of biological samples. Fluorescence excitation
could be demonstrated for labeled phospholipids
and for stained cells.
Todd Ditmire is Professor of Physics at the University of Texas at Austin where he directs the
Texas Center for High Intensity Laser Science a
DOE NNSA Stewardship Science Academic Alliance Center of Excellence. His interests include
studies of intense laser and x-ray pulse interactions with atomic clusters, the study of hot, dense
plasma properties, and the laboratory simulation
of astrophysical phenomena. His research also
involves the development of ultra-high peak power
lasers, which includes the Texas Petawatt laser at
UT. Prof. Ditmire is a Fellow of the American
Physical Society and serves on the Committee
of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics of the
National Academy of Sciences Board on Physics
and Astronomy. Prof. Ditmire earned a bachelor’s
degree from Harvard in 1991 in physics and art
history and a PhD from the University of California, Davis in 1995 from the Department of Applied
Science in Livermore.
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New Approach to Achieving a Carrier-Envelope
Phase-Locked Frequency Comb with 25-GHz
Mode Spacing, Atsushi Ishizawa 1, Tadashi
Nishikawa1, Akira Mizutori2, Hidehiko Takara3,
Shinichi Aozasa4, Atsushi Mori5, Hidetoshi Nakano1,
Atsushi Takada6, Masafumi Koga2; 1NTT Basic
Res. Labs, NTT Corp., Japan, 2Oita Univ., Japan,
3
NTT Network Innovation Labs, NTT Corp., Japan,
4
NTT Access Network Service Systems Labs, NTT
Corp., Japan, 5NTT Photonics Labs, NTT Corp.,
Japan, 6Univ. of Tokushima, Japan. We propose an
approach to achieving a carrier-envelope phaselocked frequency comb with 25-GHz mode spacing at 1.5 μm. We demonstrate octave-spanning
supercontinuum generation with the widest mode
spacing ever achieved using a CW laser diode.
$8,tQN
Photonic Crystal Nanobeam Lasers, Yinan
Zhang1, Mughees Khan1, Yong Huang2, Jae-Hyun
Ryou2, Parag Deotare1, Russell Dupuis2, Marko Loncar1; 1Harvard Univ., USA, 2Georgia Tech, USA. We
demonstrate room temperature photonic crystal
lasers based on high-Q nanobeam cavities. L-L
curve shows the lasing threshold of ~0.6mW and
the spontaneous emission factor larger than 0.3.
$8-tQN
Third Harmonic Generation in Uniform Fibre
Nanotapers via Intermodal Coupling, Martina
Delgado-Pinar1, Yangfeng Li2, David M. Bird1, Tim
A. Birks1, William J. Wadsworth1; 1Univ. of Bath,
UK, 2College of Precision Instrument and Optoelectronics Engineering,Tianjin Univ., China. Third
Harmonic Generation by means of intermodal
coupling is experimentally characterized. UV
radiation is generated from a pulsed 1064 laser in a
3 cm section of a taper of 492 nm in diameter.
$8.tQN
Reconfigurable Photonics from Microfluidic
Waveguides, Aram J. Chung, Eunjung Jung, David Erickson; Cornell Univ., USA. Here we report
the development of adaptive photonics using
optofluidic waveguides. This work demonstrates
the ability to couple light from a liquid-core waveguide to solid-core waveguides taking advantage
of both photonic modalities while facilitating
reconfigurability.
$8+tQN
A Frequency Stabilized Semiconductor ModeLocked Laser with a Phase Modulator and an
Intra-Cavity Etalon, Josue Davila-Rodriguez,
Ibrahim Ozdur, Charles Williams, Peter J. Delfyett;
CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of
Central Florida, USA. A semiconductor laser is
mode-locked by phase modulation at one-half the
free spectral range of an intra-cavity etalon. The
optical comb-lines are locked to the transmission
peaks of the etalon using a Pound-Drever-Hall
scheme.
$8,tQN
Square Lattice Photonic Crystal Point-Shifted
D0 Nanocavity with Lowest-Order WhisperingGallery Mode, Tsan-Wen Lu, Pin-Tso Lin, KuanUn Sio, Po-Tsung Lee; Dept. of Photonics and Inst.
of Electro-Optical Engineering, Natl. Chiao Tung
Univ., Taiwan. We propose a square photonic
crystal point-shifted nanocavity, which sustains
an ultra-small lowest-order whispering-gallery
mode. Lasing actions with low threshold of 160
μW and changed polarization due to a nearby
nano-particle are observed.
$8-tQN
Enhanced Resolution in Nonlinear Microscopy
Using the LP02 Mode of an Optical Fiber, Christian Smith1, Jeffrey W. Nicholson2, Peter Balling1,
Sam Ghalmi2, Siddharth Ramachandran3; 1Dept.
of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus Univ., Denmark,
2
OFS Labs, USA, 3Dept. of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Photonics Ctr., Boston Univ., USA. It is
demonstrated that the lateral resolution of a nonlinear scanning multi-photon microscope can be
improved significantly by using the light from an
LP02 mode instead of a Gaussian-like beam.
$8.tQN
Liquid Crystal Tunable Photonic Crystal Dye
Laser, Thomas Buß, Mads B. Christiansen,
Cameron L. C. Smith, Anders Kristensen; DTU
Nanotech, Denmark. We present a dye-doped
liquid crystal laser using a photonic crystal cavity. An applied electric field to the liquid crystal
provides wavelength tunability. The photonic
crystal enhances resonant interaction with the
gain medium.
$8+tQN
Synthesis of Attosecond Waveforms Using
Raman-Generated Frequency Combs, Han-Sung
Chan1,2, Zhi-Ming Hsieh3, Wei-Hong Liang1,2, Andy
Kung2,4, Chao-Kuei Lee5, Ru-Pin Pan1, Lung-Han
Peng3; 1Natl. Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan, 2Academia
Sinica, Taiwan, 3Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 4Natl.
Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan, 5Natl. Sun-Yat-Sen Univ.,
Taiwan. Attosecond optical waveforms of arbitrary shape are synthesized and verified using a
Raman-generated comb of frequencies that have a
controlled and stable carrier-envelope phase.
$8,tQN
Hybrid Diode-Microresonator Laser, Tianhe
Yang1, Matthew Tomes1, Carl C. Aleksoff2, Tal
Carmon1; 1Univ. of Michigan, USA, 2Coherix Corp.,
USA. We present a new technology allowing
on-chip integration of a micro-resonator and its
energy source for fundamental studies and commercial applications. As a proof-of-concept we
demonstrate four-wave mixing and Raman lines.
$8-tQN
Long-Period Fiber Gratings for Transverse Mode
Conversion Induced by the Optical Kerr Effect,
Niklas Andermahr1,2, Carsten Fallnich1; 1Inst. für
Angewandte Physik, Westfälische Wilhelms-Univ.,
Germany, 2Laser Zentrum Hannover, Germany.
We propose and demonstrate transverse mode
conversion by an optically induced long-period
fiber grating. A full mode conversion is shown
in numerical simulations. Experimental results
with a conversion efficiency of about 50% are
firstly presented.
$8.tQN
Optically Generated Electric Fields by Lithium
Niobate Nanowires, Jae-Woo Choi1,2, Rachel
Grange 1, Chia-Lung Hsieh 1,2, Ye Pu 1, Arnaud
Magrez1, Rita Smajda1, Laszlo Forro1, Demetri
Psaltis1; 1École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne,
Switzerland, 2Caltech, USA. We demonstrate that
lithium niobate nanowires generate electric fields
under 514 nm continuous wave laser illumination.
Birefringent media are used to visualize the generated fields in a microfluidic channel. Input laser
polarization dependence is shown.
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28&tQN Invited
Highly Efficient Four Wave Mixing in InGaP
Photonic Crystal Waveguides, Isabelle Cestier1,
Vardit Eckhouse1, Gadi Eisenstein1, Sylvain Combrié2, Pierre Colman2, Alfredo De Rossi2; 1Technion
– Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel, 2Thales Res. and
Development, France. We report highly efficient
four wave mixing in InGaP photonic crystal
waveguides. Conversion efficiencies of -52.5dB
for two ~1mW CW signals, and -38.8dB for a
1.4mW CW probe and a 14.4mW pulsed pump
were demonstrated.
$8/tQN
Self-Configuring Athermal Tunable DS-DBR
Laser for Passive Optical Networks, S H Lee1, A.
Wonfor1, R. V. Penty1, I. H. White1, G. Busico2, R.
Cush2, M. Wale2; 1Univ. of Cambridge, UK, 2Oclaro
Inc., UK. We demonstrate a self-tuning athermal
laser suitable for PON applications. The coolerless laser operates up to 70°C with a wavelength
accuracy of better than 0.1nm over a 36nm range
using an open loop control circuit.
28'tQN
Compensation of Group Delay with Tunable
Slow/Fast Light Form-Birefringent Metamaterial Structures, Weiguo Yang1, John D. Graham1,
Robert P. Ingel 2, Michael A. Fiddy 2; 1Western
Carolina Univ., USA, 2Univ. of North Carolina at
Charlotte, USA. We demonstrate the compensation
of slow light by tunable slow/fast light structure
made of form-birefringent metamaterial structures. Employing full compensation, the slow light
structure can effectively be made to disappear over
a significant frequency range.
$8/tQN
Nonlinear Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of
Optically-Injected Three-Section Tunable DBR
Laser, Dmitry Labukhin, Christopher A. Stolz,
Nickolay Zakhleniuk, Rodney Loudon, Michael J.
Adams; Univ. of Essex, UK. The travelling-wave
method was used to investigate nonlinear spatiotemporal dynamics of a tunable laser under both
weak and strong external optical injection. The
results suggest effective methods of controlling
laser dynamics in network applications.
28'tQN
Hybridization of the Negative Index Response by
Resonant Coupling to a Dipole Absorber Inside
a Metamaterial, Svyatoslav Smolev1, Zahyun Ku1,
Steven R. J. Brueck1, Igal Brener2, Michael Sinclair2,
Gregory Ten-Eyck2, W. Langston2, L. Basilio2; 1 Ctr.
for High Technology Materials, Univ. of New Mexico,
USA, 2Sandia Natl. Labs, USA. We demonstrate
a resonant coupling and hybridization between
the structural resonance in the permeability of a
fishnet and a material resonance in the dielectric
spacer layer. Experimental data shows a good
agreement with theory.
$8/tQN
Single Ring Tunable Laser Based on Two-Section
Active Vertical Coupler, Ruiying Zhang1,2, Zhong
Ren2, Siyuan Yu2, Jianrong Dong1; 1Suzhou Inst. of
Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, Chinese Acad. of
Sciences, China, 2Ctr. for Communications Res.,
Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Univ.
of Bristol, UK. Flexible coupled single ring tunable
laser is originally demonstrated. The threshold
current and free spectrum range are sharply tuned
when coupling current changing from 6mA to
20mA. Meanwhile, lasing wavelength is dynamically tuned also.
28'tQN
Electrically Tunable Thermal-Infrared Metamaterials, Xiaoyu Miao, Brandon Passmore, Aaron
Gin, William Langston, Eric Shaner, Igal Brener;
Sandia Natl. Labs, USA. We experimentally demonstrate that the resonance of a thermal-infrared
metamaterial on a semiconductor substrate can be
shifted by the substrate doping. We further study
the electrical tuning of metamaterial resonance via
finite integral time-domain simulation.
28&tQN
Spectral Phase Clamping in Waveguide Arrays, Qing Chao1,2, Darren Hudson2,3,4, Nathan
J. Kutz5, Demetrios N. Christodoulides6, Roberto
Morandotti7, Steven Cundiff1,2,3; 1Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. of Colorado,
USA, 2JILA, NIST, USA, 3Dept. of Physics, Univ.
of Colorado, USA, 4Univ. of Otago, New Zealand,
5
Dept. of Applied Mathematics, Univ. of Washington, USA, 6Univ. of Central Florida, USA, 7Univ.
du Quebec, Canada. We report spectral phase
clamping of femtosecond pulses propagating in a
waveguide array. The waveguide sets the spectral
phase of input pulses to a fixed value, regardless
of the input chirp.
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28(tQN
Femtosecond g(4) Measurement by HBT Interferometry of an Upconversion Based Autocorrelation, Alex Hayat, Amir Nevet, Meir Orenstein;
Technion – Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel. We
propose and experimentally realize a compact
semiconductor-based scheme for a femtosecond
time-scale g(4) measurement, based on a startstop HBT interferometry of autocorrelation. The
autocorrelation is performed by upconversion in a
semiconductor quantum well structure.
$80tQN
THz Fiber-Based Swept-Source Imaging Radar,
Tzu-Fang Tseng1, Yu-Wei Huang1, Chung-Chiu
Kuo1, Yu-Jing Huang2, Chi-Kuang Sun1,3; 1Dept. of
Electrical Engineering and Graduate Inst. of Photonics and Optoelectronics, Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan,
2
Inst. of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia
Sinica, Taiwan, 3Res. Ctr. for Applied Sciences,
Academia Sinica, Taiwan. We demonstrate an
all-THz fiber-based swept-source imaging radar
system. Our experiment shows that this radar
can be used in real time to nondestructively detect
and locate the concealed living objects with high
stability and sensitivity.
$81tQN
Al2O3:Nd3+ Waveguide Amplifiers for Use in Optical Backplanes, Jing Yang1, Feridun Ay1, Tobias
Lamprecht2, Folkert Horst2, Bert J. Offrein2, Alfred
Driessen1, Kerstin Wörhoff1, Markus Pollnau1;
1
Univ. of Twente, Netherlands, 2IBM Res. GmbH,
Zurich Res. Lab, Switzerland. Al2O3:Nd3+ channel
waveguide amplifiers with various lengths and
Nd3+ concentrations were fabricated. Internal net
gain at 845-940 nm was investigated and a maximum 3dB gain at 880 nm was obtained.
28)tQN
Coherent Optical Memory with GHz Bandwidth, Klaus F. Reim1, Joshua Nunn1, Virginia O.
Lorenz2, Ben J. Sussman3, K. C. Lee1, Nathan K.
Langford1, Dieter Jaksch1, Ian A. Walmsley1; 1Univ.
of Oxford, UK, 2Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Delaware,
USA, 3Natl. Res. Council Canada, Canada. We
demonstrate the coherent storage and retrieval of
sub-nanosecond low-intensity light pulses with
spectral bandwidths exceeding 1GHz in cesium
vapor, using the novel, far off-resonant two-photon
Raman memory protocol.
28(tQN
A Femtosecond Multi-Terahertz View of the
Phonon and Quasiparticle Dynamics in Superconducting YBCO, Michael Porer1, Alexej Pashkin1, Markus Beyer1, Jakob Hees1, Kyungwan Kim2,
Christian Bernhard2, Xin Yao3, Yoram Dagan4, Rudi
Hackl5, Andreas Erb5, Jure Demsar1,6, Alfred Leitenstorfer1, Rupert Huber1; 1Dept. of Physics and Ctr.
for Applied Photonics, Univ. of Konstanz, Germany,
2
Univ. of Fribourg, Switzerland, 3Dept. of Physics,
Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ., China, 4Dept. of Physics, Tel Aviv Univ., Israel, 5Walther-Meissner-Inst.,
Germany, 6Complex Matter Dept., Josef Stefan Inst.,
Slovenia. Ultrafast probing of the mid-infrared
dielectric response of YBCO after 12-fs optical
excitation allows us to simultaneously trace quasiparticle excitations and specific lattice modes. The
results indicate selective electron-phonon coupling
and strong lattice anharmonicities.
$80tQN
Near-Field Microscopy of Thermal Radiation,
Yusuke Kajihara1,2, Susumu Komiyama1, Keishi
Kosaka1; 1Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 2JST, Japan. We
have developed a scattering-type scanning nearfield optical microscope with a charge sensitive
infrared phototransistor. Near-field images of
spontaneously emitted thermal radiation were
clearly obtained and the spatial resolution was
better than 300 nm.
$81tQN
Thin-Film Lasers Embedded in Passively
Aligned SU-8 Waveguides on SiO2/Si, Sabarni
Palit1, Jeremy Kirch2, Luke Mawst2, Nan M. Jokerst1;
1
Duke Univ., USA, 2Univ. of Wisconsin at Madison,
USA. A thin film GaAs based edge emitting laser
is bonded to Silicon, with one facet embedded
in a passively aligned polymer waveguide. Jth =
260 A/cm2 at λ=1002.5 nm is achieved for this
integrated system.
28)tQN
Fundamental Bounds and Performance Tests
for the Storage or Transmission of Quantum
Light, Hauke Häseler, Nathan Killoran, Norbert
Lütkenhaus; Inst. for Quantum Computing, Univ.
of Waterloo, Canada. We derive benchmarks for
the quantum storage or transmission of light which
are optimal while requiring minimal experimental
resources. Quantitative statements on quantum
device performance are derived by extending the
method using entanglement measures.
28(tQN
Two-Photon Photoemission Can Map Femtosecond-Lived Unoccupied Bulk States, Jerry I.
Dadap1, Zhaofeng Hao1, Kevin Knox1, Mehmet
Yilmaz1, Nader Zaki1, Richard M. Osgood1, Peter
D. Johnson2; 1Columbia Univ., USA, 2Brookhaven
Natl. Lab, USA. We use a tunable 100-fs UV source
to demonstrate angle-resolved two-photon photoemission band mapping of bound but unoccupied
bulk bands, viz. Cu sp-band. The strong optical
pumping overcomes the femtosecond lifetime of
this bulk feature.
$80tQN
A Pulsed THz Imaging System with a Line Focus
and a Balanced 1-D Detection Scheme with
Two Industrial CCD Line Cameras, Christian
S. Wiegand 1, Michael Herrmann 2, Sebastian
Bachtler1, Daniel Molter2, Jens Klier2, Joachim
Jonuscheit2, René Beigang1; 1 Dept. of Physics, Univ.
of Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2Fraunhofer Inst. for
Physical Measurement Techniques IPM, Germany.
We present a pulsed terahertz imaging system with
a line focus intended to speed up measurements. A
balanced 1-D detection scheme working with two
industrial line cameras is used. The instrumental
characteristics are determined.
$81tQN
Novel Micro-Heater Structure for Low-Power
and Fast Photonic Reconfiguration, Amir
Hossein Atabaki, Ali A. Eftekhar, Siva Yegnanarayanan, Ali Adibi; Georgia Tech, USA. A
novel microheater structure integrated over small
microdisks in silicon-on-insulator is proposed
with less than 100 nanosecond reconfiguration
time using pulsed-excitation. Power consumption of the devices are shown to be 40% less than
conventional microheaters.
28)tQN
An Electrically Driven Entangled Light Source,
C. L. Salter1,2, R. M. Stevenson1, I. Farrer2, C. A.
Nicoll2, D. A. Ritchie2, A. J. Shields1; 1Toshiba Res.
Europe Ltd., UK, 2Univ. of Cambridge, UK. We
demonstrate electrically-driven entangled photon
generation using a semiconductor quantum dot
embedded in a light emitting diode structure.
The entanglement is shown to be of sufficient
fidelity for applications such as quantum key
distribution.
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San Jose Salon III
(San Jose Marriott)
CLEO: Applications
CLEO
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"8"tQN
Enhanced Sensitivity Using Liquid Crystals for
Optical Fiber Based Localized Surface Plasmon
Resonance Sensor, Yongbin Lin, Yang Zou, Dan
Ke, Jun Namkung, Robert G. Lindquist; Univ. of
Alabama at Huntsville, USA. Subwavelength gold
nanoparticles array were fabricated on optical
fibers tip with sensitivity of 195nm/RIU has been
demonstrated. Nemetic liquid crystal has been
used for enhancing sensitivity of LSPR-based
detection of binding events.
$82tQN
High-Energy, High-Efficiency Second-Harmonic Generation from a Nd-Doped Laser
with High-Quality CsB3O5 Crystal, Masayuki
Suzuki1, Hiromitsu Kiriyama1, Yoshiki Nakai1,
Hajime Okada1, Izuru Daito1, Paul R. Bolton1,
Hiroyuki Daido 1, Kiminori Kondo 1, Shunichi
Kawanishi1, Yoshio Kagebayashi2, Toshio Yokota2;
1
Photo-Medical Res. Ctr., JAEA, Japan, 2Lamp Co.
Technology and Engineering Div., R&D Ctr., Ushio
Inc., Japan. Frequency doubling of high-energy
Nd-doped laser emission yields harmonically
converted laser energy (532-nm) of 1.2-J with 60
% conversion efficiency using a high optical quality
top-seeded solution growth CsB3O5crystal.
+8$tQN
Surface Energy Transport Following Relativistic
Laser-Solid Interaction, Hans Langhoff1, Benjamin Bowes1, Bixue Hou2, John Nees2, Yasuhiko
Sentoku3, Michael Downer1; 1Univ. of Texas at
Austin, USA, 2Univ. of Michigan, USA, 3Univ. of
Nevada at Reno, USA. After a ~1-micron Al target
spot is excited at 3e18 W/cm2, a delayed probe
detects isotropic surface heating out to 12 μm radius. Analysis shows runaway electrons and strong
magnetic fields govern fs surface heating.
"8"tQN
Sensing Characteristics of Chemical Agents by
Using Liquid Crystal-Based Chemical and Biological Sensors, Jun Namkung, Yang Zou, Dan Ke,
Yongbin Lin, Robert G. Lindquist; Univ. of Alabama
at Huntsville, USA. This paper reports the design
of a microstructure comprising an interdigitated
capacitance structure for the detection of vaporphase analytes based on nematic liquid crystal
sensor and is demonstrated by the optical and
capacitive techniques.
$82tQN
Domain Inversion with 0.8μm Period by Using
a Conductive AFM Tip and Its Application to
QPM-SHG Devices, Makoto Minakata1, Haruyuki Awano1, Motohiro Ohtuka2, Futoshi Iwata1,
Tetsuo Taniuchi3; 1Shizuoka Univ., Japan, 2 Faculty
of Engineering, Shizuoka Univ., Japan, 3Tohoku
Univ., Japan. We demonstrate newly developed
domain inversion techniques using the improved
AFM with a wide-scan-area and a thin terracelike LiNbO3 substrate. The period with with less
than 0.8μm is obtained. Novel SHG blue lasers
are demonstrated.
+8$tQN
Electron Structure of Non-Equilibrium Warm
Dense Copper, Byoung-ick Cho1, Phillip A. Heimann1, Kyle Engelhorn1,2, Jun Feng1, Hae Ja Lee3,
Christopher P. Weber4, Roger W. Falcone1,2; 1Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA, 2Univ. of California
at Berkeley, USA, 3SLAC Natl. Accelerator Lab, USA,
4
Santa Clara Univ., USA. Evolution of superheated
electron-hole plasma in the warm dense copper is
investigated using time resolved X-ray absorption
technique. Experimental data indicate a strong
electron-phonon non-equilibrium state and it is
described with two-temperature model.
"8"tQN
Enhanced Chemical and Biological Sensor
Based on Liquid Crystal Using a Bias Electric
Field, Yang Zou, Jun Namkung, Yongbin Lin, Dan
Ke, Robert Lindquist; Univ. of Alabama at Huntsville, USA. With a suitable bias electrical field, the
sensitivity, response speed and signal strength of
LC based optical sensor can be improved greatly.
The field can enhance the optical anisotropy of LC
sensing for binding event.
$82tQN
55%-Efficient, 13-W, Single-Pass SHG of a CW
Yb-Fiber Laser in a Double-Crystal Scheme,
Goutam K. Samanta1, S. Chaitanya Kumar 1,
Kavita Devi1, Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1,2; 1ICFO,
Spain, 2ICREA, Spain. We report a 13-W, singlefrequency, cw green source at 532nm in a TEM00
spatial profile based on simple single-pass SHG of
a fiber laser with conversion efficiency as high as
55% using a double-crystal scheme.
+8$tQN
High Harmonic Generation from Solid Targets
at High Repetition Rate, James H. Easter1, Aghapi
G. Mordovanakis2, Bixue Hou1, Gérard Mourou3,
John A. Nees1, Karl Krushelnick1; 1Ctr. for Ultrafast
Optical Science, Univ. of Michigan, USA, 2Dept.
of Physics, Univ. of Toronto, Canada, 3Inst. de la
Lumière Extrême, ENSTA, École Polytechnique,
CNRS, France. Harmonics up to the 15th order are
produced from solid targets using 3mJ, 30fs pulses
focused to a spot size of 1.7μm and 3x1018 W/cm2.
Combined conversion efficiency to the highest
harmonics is >10-5.
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Francois Legare; INRS-EMT,
Canada, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.
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Benjamin G. Lee; IBM Res., USA,
Presider
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Curtis Menyuk; Univ. of
Maryland, Baltimore County,
USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Siavash Yazdanfar; GE Global
Res., USA, Presider
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High-Energy Femtosecond Fiber Lasers Based
on Dissipative Solitons, Frank Wise; Cornell
Univ., USA. Short-pulse fiber lasers based on
dissipative-soliton formation offer major performance and practical advantages over prior fiber
lasers. Recent developments will be reviewed.
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Monolithic Silicon Photonic Crystal Fiber Tip
Sensor for Refractive Index and Temperature
Sensing, Bryan S. Park 1, Il Woong Jung 2, J.
Provine3, Roger T. Howe3, Olav Solgaard1; 1E.
L. Ginzton Lab, Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
Stanford Univ., USA, 2Ctr. for Nanoscale Materials,
Argonne Natl. Lab, USA, 3Integrated Circuits Lab,
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Stanford Univ., USA.
We demonstrate that monolithic 2-dimensional
silicon photonic crystals confined to the facet of
single-mode optical fibers are capable of determining refractive index and temperature of a sample
simultaneously from reflectivity measured at two
different wavelengths.
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16-Level Optical Quadrature Amplitude
Modulation Using Monolithic Quad-Parallel
Mach-Zehnder Optical Modulator and Signal
Transmission over 75-km Single-Mode Fiber,
Akito Chiba 1, Takahide Sakamoto 1, Tetsuya
Kawanishi1, Kauru Higuma2, Masaaki Sudou2,
Junichiro Ichikawa2; 1NICT, Japan, 2New Technology Res. Labs, Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd.,
Japan. We demonstrated the transmission of a
10-GBaud, 16-level optical quadrature amplitude
modulation signal over a 75-km single mode
fiber. The signal was generated by a quad-parallel
Mach-Zehnder optical modulator monolithically
integrated on a LiNbO3 substrate.
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Quantitative Imaging of Molecular Order in
Lipid Membranes Using Two-Photon Fluorescence Polarimetry, Alicja Gasecka, Tsai-Jung Han,
Cyril Favard, Sophie Brasselet; Inst. Fresnel - MOSAIC group, France. Complex molecular orders in
heterogeneous Giant Unilamellar Vesicle as well as
cell membranes are investigated using polarization
resolved two-photon fluorescence microscopy.
This method provides local structural information that cannot be achievable using traditional
anisotropy measurements.
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Selectively Filled Photonic Crystal Fibers,
Marius Vieweg, Timo Gissibl, Harald Giessen;
4th Physics Inst., Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany. We
present a new technique to fill arbitrary patterns
of a photonic crystal fiber selectively with high
nonlinear liquids. Thus we can create waveguides
and waveguide arrays with tailored dispersion,
nonlinearity, and spatial arrangement.
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Polarization Dependent Formalism of Interferometric Structures Describing DPSK and DQPSK
Receivers, Yannick Keith Lize1, Jean-Christophe
Richard1, Payman Samadi2, Lawrence Chen2; 1Opnext, Inc., USA, 2McGill Univ., Canada. We describe
a polarization dependent formalism for DPSK and
DQPSK receivers and show that the combined
effect of PDL and PDFS cannot be decoupled
making the birefringence axes non-orthogonal
and independent of PDL axes.
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Three-Photon/Two-Photon Resonance Enhancement of Third Harmonic Generation in Human
Oxyhemoglobin and Deoxyhemoglobin, Chiehfeng Chang1, Che-Hang Yu1, Chi-Kuang Sun1,2;
1
Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 2Academia Sinica,
Taiwan. We demonstrated that the spectroscopic
enhancement of third harmonic generation (THG)
of human oxyhemoglobin and deoxyhemoglobin
in the 1200-1300 nm region agreed with the
absorption spectra and was dominated by threephoton/two-photon resonance.
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30-fs 1.6-mJ Pulses at a 1-kHz Repetition Rate
from a Single-Stage DPSS Yb Amplifier, Giedrius
Andriukaitis1, Daniil Kartashov1, Audrius Pugžlys1,
Dušan Lorenc1, Andrius Baltuška1, Linas Giniūnas2,
Romualdas Danielius2, Ömer F. Ilday3; 1Photonics
Inst., Vienna Univ. of Technology, Austria, 2Light
Conversion Ltd., Lithuania, 3Dept. of Physics,
Bilkent Univ., Turkey. 200-fs 2.5-mJ pulses from a
cw-diode-pumped Yb:CaF2 MOPA are spectrally
broadened in Ar and recompressed to 30 fs at
980 nm using a prism pair. Multi-millijoule 12-fs
pulses are feasible upon higher-order spectral
phase correction.
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Ultra-High Reflectivity Hollow Core PCF Microcell Using a Tapered Micro-Mirror, Natalie
V. Wheeler, Michael D. W. Grogan, Thomas D.
Bradley, Francois Couny, Timothy A. Birks, Fetah
Benabid; Univ. of Bath, UK. Ultra-high reflectivity
is achieved at the end-face of a hollow-core PCF
via the insertion and fusion of a metal-coated
tapered single-mode-fiber to the core of the hollow fiber. Saturable absorption is demonstrated
using this device.
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Performance Evaluation and Comparison of
DPSK CoWDM Systems Based on Odd/Even
and Array Configurations, Selwan Ibrahim,
Fatima Gunning, Andrew Ellis; Tyndall Natl.
Inst., Ireland. A practical implementation of
a 31.99Gbit/s DPSK CoWDM system using a
3-modulator array is compared to a 2-modulator odd/even configuration in terms of receiver
sensitivity and phase influence on the crosstalk
between the sub-carriers.
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Location of Subcellular Calcium Store by Femtosecond Laser, Hao He, Siu Kai Kong, Kam Tai
Chan; Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
Calcium is an important messenger in cells, but
its store location inside cells remains unclear. We
induced subcellular Ca2+ release by femtosecond
laser exposure and observed its propagation and
successfully identified its store location.
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Temporal Reciprocity of Chirped Volume
Bragg Grating Pulse Compressors, Matthew
Rever1, Guoqing Chang1, Vadim Smirnov2, Eugene Rotari2, Ion Cohanoshi2, Sergiy Mokhov3,
Leonid Glebov3, Almantas Galvanauskas1; 1Univ.
of Michigan at Ann Arbor, USA, 2OptiGrate, USA,
3
CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of
Central Florida, USA. The temporal reciprocity
of chirped-volume-Bragg-grating stretchers and
compressors is shown to depend on the bandwidth,
length, and index-modulation. Transform-limited
pulses can be achieved readily for femtosecond
pulses, and also for picosecond pulses using longlength gratings.
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Supermode Dispersion of Strongly Coupled
Silicon-on-Insulator Waveguides, Charles E. de
Nobriga1, William J. Wadsworth1, Andrey V. Gorbach1, Dmitry V. Skryabin1, Jonathan C. Knight1,
Antonio Samarelli2, Marc Sorel2, Richard M. De
La Rue2; 1Univ. of Bath, UK, 2Univ. of Glasgow,
UK. We report measurement of the group index
dispersion of the supermodes of a three channel
array of strongly coupled silicon-on-insulator
waveguides, and compare results with numerical
simulations. We observe strong coupling-induced
dispersion.
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1500-km Transmission of 100-Gb/s Coherent
PM-QPSK with 10 Cascaded 50-GHz Wavelength Selective Switches, Bo Zhang1, Christian
Malouin1, Guangxun Liao2, Samuel Liu1, Ping
Wang2, Hudson Washburn2, Jim Yuan2, Theodore
J. Schmidt1; 1Opnext, Inc., USA, 2CoAdna Photonics,
USA. We demonstrate experimentally penalty-free
transmission of 127-Gb/s coherent PM-QPSK
signals through 10 cascaded 50-GHz commercial
WSS over 1500-km SMF. Simulation results show
that more than 40 cascades of such 50-GHz liquidcrystal based WSS is feasible.
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High-Throughput Microfluidics and Ultrafast
Optics for in vivo Compound/Genetic Discoveries, Chris Rohde, Cody Gilleland, Chrysanthi
Samara, Mehmet F. Yanik; MIT, USA. We developed microfluidic and ultrafast optical technologies that enable high-throughput whole-animal
neural regeneration studies. These technologies
allow automated and rapid manipulation and
non-invasive immobilization of C. elegans for
sub-cellular resolution two-photon imaging and
femtosecond-laser nanosurgery.
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Ray Beausoleil; Hewlett-Packard
Labs, USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Daniel Wasserman; Univ. of
Massachusetts at Lowell, USA,
Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Martin Wegener; Karlsruhe Inst.
of Technology, Univ. of Karlsruhe,
Germany, Presider
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Quantum Teleportation and Quantum Information Processing, Akira Furusawa; Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan. Teleportation-based quantum information
processing is reviewed.
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Single-Mode Quantum Cascade Lasers with
a Folded Fabry-Perot Resonator Waveguide,
Peter Q. Liu1, Xiaojun Wang2, Jen-Yu Fan2, Claire
F. Gmachl1; 1Princeton Univ., USA, 2AdTech Optics,
USA. We demonstrate single mode operation
of Quantum Cascade lasers employing a folded
Fabry-Perot resonator waveguide design. Single
mode emission is achieved with ~20dB side mode
suppression up to ~400mA above threshold current in pulsed operation.
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Transforming Light with Tunable and Active
Metamaterials, Vladimir M. Shalaev; Purdue
Univ., USA. Loss-free and active metamaterials can
enable a new powerful paradigm of engineering
space for light with transformation optics, leading
to a family of new applications ranging from a
planar hyperlens to optical black hole.
Akira Furusawa is a professor in the Department of
Applied Physics, University of Tokyo. He received
his B.S. degree from the University of Tokyo, and
his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees also from the University
of Tokyo in 1984, 1986 and 1991, respectively, B.S.
and M.S. in applied physics and Ph.D. in physical
chemistry. Furusawa’s research interest has been in
the area of nonlinear optics, quantum optics and
quantum information science. He has authored
more than 50 papers in leading technical journals
and conferences, which includes the first realization of continuous-variable quantum teleportation. He received the Ryogo Kubo Memorial Award
in 2006, JSPS prize and Japan Academy Medal in
2007, International Quantum Communication
Award in 2008. He is a member of the Physical
Society of Japan, the Japanese Society of Applied
Physics, and the Optical Society of America.
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Reduced Threshold and High Temperature
Operation in Single-Mode Ring Cavity Surface Emitting Quantum Cascade Lasers, Elvis
Mujagic1, Clemens Schwarzer1, Michele Nobile1,
Hermann Detz1, Sangil Ahn1, Werner Schrenk1,
Jianxin Chen2, Claire Gmachl2, Gottfried Strasser1;
1
Inst. for Solid State Electronics, Vienna Univ. of
Technology, Austria, 2Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Princeton Univ., USA. Reduced threshold
currents and high temperature operation in surface
emitting quantum cascade lasers are demonstrated
by using ring-based cavities. The devices exhibit
robust and tunable single-mode operation as well
as low divergence symmetric beams.
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A Compact Semiconductor Device for Surface
Plasmon Generation and Launching, Adel
Bousseksou 1, Arthur Babuty 2, Jean Philippe
Tetienne1, Ioana Moldovan-Doyen2, Gregoire Beaudoin3, Carlo Sirtori4, Isabelle Sagnes3, Yannick De
Wilde2, Raffaele Colombelli1; 1Inst. d’Electronique
Fondamentale, Univ. Paris-Sud, France, 2Inst.
Langevin, Lab d’Optique Physique, CNRS, France,
3
Lab de Photonique et de Nanostructures, CNRS,
France, 4Lab MPQ, Univ. Paris Diderot, France.
We report an experimental demonstration of a
compact mid-infrared semiconductor quantum
cascade laser device for the generation and the
launching of surface plasmon in a passive waveguide at room temperature.
Vladimir (Vlad) M. Shalaev, the Robert and Anne
Burnett Professor of Electrical and Computer
Engineering at Purdue University, specializes in
nanophotonics, plasmonics, and optical metamaterials. Vlad Shalaev received several awards
for his research in the field of nanophotonics
and metamaterials, including the Willis E. Lamb
Award for Laser Science and Quantum Optics.
He is a Fellow of the IEEE, APS, SPIE, and OSA.
Prof. Shalaev authored three books, twenty one
invited book chapters and over 300 research
publications, in total.
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Thursday, May 20
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Gain Competition in Multicolor Quantum
Cascade Lasers, Christian Pflügl 1, Markus
Geiser1, Alexey Belyanin2, Qi Jie Wang1, Nanfang
Yu1, Tadataka Edamura3, Masamichi Yamanishi3,
Hirofumi Kan3, Milan Fischer4, Andreas Wittmann4,
Jerome Faist4, Federico Capasso1; 1Harvard Univ.,
USA, 2Texas A&M Univ., USA, 3Central Res.
Labs, Hamamatsu Photonics, Japan, 4ETH Zürich,
Switzerland. We studied the performance of multicolor quantum cascade lasers and found that their
performance strongly depends on mutual gain
depletion. We developed a model to understand
the underlying physics necessary to improve
device performance.
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Shun Lien Chuang; Univ. of
Illinois, USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Brian J. Smith; Univ. of Oxford,
UK, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Tetsuya Kawanishi; NICT, Japan,
Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Richard Berdine; AFRL, USA,
Presider
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High-Amplitude THz and GHz Strain Waves,
Generated by Ultrafast Screening of Piezoelectric Fields in InGaN/GaN Multiple Quantum
Wells, Henrik P. Porte1, Peter J. S. van Capel2,
Dmitry Turchinovich1, Jaap I. Dijkhuis2; 1DTU
Fotonik, Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark,
2
Debye Inst. for Nanomaterials Science, Utrecht
Univ., Netherlands. Screening of large built-in
piezoelectric fields in InGaN/GaN quantum wells
leads to high-amplitude acoustic emission. We will
compare acoustic emission by quantum wells with
different thicknesses with photoluminescence;
indicating screening.
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Complete Characterization of Weak-Homodyne
Photon-Number-Resolving Detectors: Applications to Non-Classical Photonic State
Reconstructions, Hendrik B. ColdenstrodtRonge1, Graciana Puentes1, Offir Cohen1, Florencia
Noriega1, Xiaodan Yang1, Jeff S. Lundeen2, Animesh
Datta3, Lijian Zhang1, Brian J. Smith1,4, Martin B.
Plenio5, Ian A. Walmsley1; 1Univ. of Oxford, UK,
2
Inst. for Natl. Measurement Standards, Canada,
3
Imperial College, UK, 4NUS Ctr. for Quantum
Technologies, Natl. Univ. of Singapore, Singapore,
5
Ulm Univ., Germany. A novel detector combining
phase sensitivity and photon-number resolution
is experimentally characterized by measuring its
positive-operator-value measurement set. Direct
application to tomographic reconstruction of
heralded single-photon states is presented.
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Microwave Photonics, Alwyn J. Seeds, Chin-Pang
Liu, Tabassam Ismail, Martyn J. Fice, Francesca
Pozzi, Robert J. Steed, Efthymios Rouvalis, Cyril
C. Renaud; Univ. College London, UK. Microwave
photonics is the use of photonic techniques for
the generation, transmission, processing and
reception of signals having spectral components
at microwave frequencies. This tutorial reviews
the technologies used and gives applications
examples.
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Laser Beam Combining: Theory and Methods,
James R. Leger; Univ. of Minnesota, USA. This
tutorial explores the fundamental underpinnings
of laser beam combining theory, as well as several
incoherent and coherent beam combining methods. A modal approach is used to explain complex
resonator behavior.
Thursday, May 20
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Photoluminescence Quenching Due to Relocation of Electrons in GaN/AlN AsymmetricCoupled Quantum Wells, Guan Sun1, Suvranta K.
Tripathy1, Yujie J. Ding1, Guangyu Liu1, Hongping
Zhao1, G. S. Huang 1, Nelson Tansu 1, Jacob B.
Khurgin2; 1Lehigh Univ., USA, 2Johns Hopkins
Univ., USA. We have observed dramatic photoluminescence quenching caused by relocation
of photogenerated electrons under large internal
electric fields, inherent in GaN/AlN asymmetriccoupled quantum wells.
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Ultrafast Measurements of Thermal Transport
in Graphene, Haining Wang, Jared H. Strait,
Shriram Shivaraman , Justin D. Besant, Virgil B.
Shield, Michael G. Spencer, Farhan Rana; Cornell
Univ., USA. We present results from measurements
of ultrafast thermal transport in Graphene. We
find that carriers, instead of phonons, dominate
thermal energy transport. The energy transport
is found to be diffusive over 5-20 micron length
scales.
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Displacement Controlled Photon Number
Resolving Detector for Coherent State Discrimination, Christoffer Wittmann1,2, Ulrik L.
Andersen1,2,3, Masahiro Takeoka4, Denis Sych1,2,
Gerd Leuchs1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of
Light, Germany, 2Inst. for Optics, Information and
Photonics, Univ. Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany,
3
Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark, 4NICT,
Japan. The presented probabilistic scheme for
discrimination of optical coherent states consists of
an optimized displacement followed by postselection of a photon number resolving measurement.
The scheme outperforms the homodyne receiver
in theory and experiment.
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Ultrafast Mid-Infrared Intra-Excitonic Response of Individualized Single-Walled Carbon
Nanotubes, Jigang Wang1, Matt W. Graham2,
Yingzhong Ma2, Graham R. Fleming2, Robert A.
Kaindl3; 1 Ames Lab, Iowa State Univ., USA, 2Dept.
of Chemistry, Physical Biosciences Div., Lawrence
Berkeley Natl. Lab, Univ. of California at Berkeley,
USA, 3Materials Sciences Div., Lawrence Berkeley
Natl. Lab, USA. We report ultrafast mid-infrared
studies of individualized semiconducting carbon
nanotubes. Transient spectra of (6,5) and (7,5)
nanotubes evidence photoinduced absorption
around 200 meV, associated with intra excitonic
transitions that reflect quasi-1-D exciton correlations and dynamics.
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Multi-Gigahertz Photon Counting Using InGaAs APDs, Zhiliang Yuan, Andrew W. Sharpe,
James F. Dynes, Alex R. Dixon, Andrew J. Shields;
Toshiba Res. Europe Ltd., UK. We demonstrate
multi-gigahertz photon-counting at 1550nm
using self-differencing InGaAs APDs. The quantum efficiency is characterized as 23.5% at an
afterpulse probability of 4.84%. The device will
further increase the bit-rate for fiber quantum
key distribution.
Alwyn Seeds holds Ph.D. and D.Sc. degrees from
the University of London. He was a Staff Member
at Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, and joined University College
London in 1986, where he is now Professor of
Opto-electronics and Head of the Department
of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. He is
a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering
(UK), an IEEE Fellow (USA) and Vice-President
for Technical Affairs of the IEEE Photonics Society
(USA). He has served on the programme committees for many international conferences. He is a
co-founder of Zinwave, a manufacturer of wireless
over fibre systems.
James Leger is the Cymer Professor of Electrical
and Computer Engineering at the University of
Minnesota. His previous work at MIT Lincoln
Lab and current research concerns diffractive and
microoptics applied to lasers, metrology and imaging systems. Leger is a Fellow of the OSA, IEEE
and SPIE, and winner of the 1998 OSA Fraunhofer
Award. He is a former topical editor for Optics
Express and Applied Optics, and is a past member
of the Board of Directors of OSA.
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Andrew Schober; Lockheed
Martin Coherent Technologies,
USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Sensing
Douglas J. Bamford; Physical
Sciences Inc., USA, Presider
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Isolated Attosecond Pulses Generated Directly
from Femtosecond Chirped Pulse Amplifier,
Yi Wu, Steve Gilbertson, Sabih Khan, Michael
Chini, Kun Zhao, Ximao Feng, Zenghu Chang;
Kansas State Univ., USA. Using a generalized
version of double optical gating, we produced
single isolated attosecond pulses with 2 mJ, 25 fs
driving lasers. Through attosecond streaking, we
characterized isolated 160 attosecond pulses with
170 pJ pulse energy.
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Singly Resonant CW Mid-IR Optical Parametric
Oscillator Pumped by a Tunable C-Band Source
for Free Space Coherent Optical Communications, Katerina Ioakeimidi, Judith R. Schwesyg,
Chris R. Phillips, Konstantin L. Vodopyanov, Martin
M. Fejer; Stanford Univ., USA. We demonstrate the
first CW PPLN OPO pumped with a C-Band tunable laser with a ~3800nm idler output suitable for
free space coherent communications. The threshold is 6-7W and idler power up to 1.7W.
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Fourier Transform Spectrometers Utilizing
Mid-Infrared Quantum Cascade Lasers, Laurent Diehl1, Christian Pflugl1, Mark F. Witinski1,
Peng Wang2, Tom J. Jr Tague2, Federico Capasso1;
1
Harvard Univ., USA, 2Bruker Optics, USA. FabryPerot Quantum Cascade Lasers can be used with
FTIR spectrometers to perform spectroscopic experiments that require orders of magnitude more
photons than what is achievable with a thermal
source. Three proof-of-concept experiments will
be discussed.
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Time Gating of High Order Harmonics for the
Generation of Continuous XUV Spectra with
Multi-Cycle Driving Pulses, Carlo Altucci1, Raffaele Velotta1, Valer Tosa2, Fabio Frassetto3, Luca
Poletto3, Paolo Villoresi3, Caterina Vozzi4, Matteo
Negro4, Francesca Calegari4, Sandro De Silvestri4,
Salvatore Stagira4; 1CNISM - Dept. di Scienze
Fisiche, Univ. di Napoli Federico II, Italy, 2Natl.
Inst. for R&D Isotopic and Molecular Technologies,
Romania, 3LUXOR, CNR-INFM and DEI, Univ. di
Padova, Italy, 4ULTRAS, CNR-INFM and Dept.
di Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. A continuous XUV spectrum was obtained by high-order
harmonic generation driven by a multi-cycle,
15-fs driving pulse. The gating technique for XUV
emission is based on a polarization tailoring of the
driving electric field.
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A Compact, Tunable, and Highly-Efficient
Continuous-Wave Intracavity Optical-Parametric Oscillator by Use of Periodically Poled
MgO-Doped LiNbO3 Oscillating at 4.7μm, Ichiro
Shoji1, Hajime Sannomiya2, Keiji Miura2, Koichi
Matsukawa2; 1Chuo Univ., Japan, 2Nippon Signal
Co., Ltd., Japan. We have developed a continuouswave intracavity optical-parametric oscillator
consisting of tandem diode-pumped Nd:YVO4
and periodically poled MgO-doped LiNbO3. An
idler output of 40mW has been obtained with the
wavelengths tunable from 4.50 to 4.77μm.
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Simultaneous Measurements of H2O and CO2
Isotope Ratios Using 2.73 µm Laser Spectrometer, Tao Wu1,2, Weidong Chen1, Erik Kerstel3,
Eric Fertein1, Xiaoming Gao2, Johannes Koeth4,
Karl Roebner4, Daniela Brueckner4, Dominique
Duclerc5; 1Univ. du Littoral, France, 2Anhui Inst.
of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Chinese Acad. of
Sciences, China, 3Univ. of Groningen, Netherlands,
4
Nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies GmbH,
Germany, 5Total, France. Simultaneous measurements of water and CO2 isotopologue ratios were
performed using laser absorption spectroscopy
in combination with Kalman filtering at 2.73 µm.
The isotopic compositions of eH2O and eCO2 in
breath gas were analyzed.
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Optimization of Continuum Harmonic Generation by Using Multi-Cycle Two-Color Fields, Eiji
J. Takahashi1, Pengfei Lan1, Oliver D. Muecke1,2,
Yasuo Nabekawa1, Katsumi Midorikawa1; 1RIKEN,
Japan, 2Vienna Univ. of Technology, Australia.
By mixing two infrared laser pulses of different
wavelengths, we generate the continuum harmonic
around a cut-off region. Our obtained harmonic
spectra clearly show the possibility of generating isolated attosecond pulses from many-cylse
laser pulse.
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Sub-Nanosecond, 1-kHz, Temperature-Tuned,
Non-Critical Mid-IR OPO Based on CdSiP2
Crystal Pumped at 1064 nm, Valentin Petrov1,
Georgi Marchev1, Peter G. Schunemann2, Aleksey
Tyazhev1, Kevin T. Zawilski2, Thomas M. Pollak2;
1
Max-Born-Inst. for Nonlinear Optics and Ultrafast
Spectroscopy, Germany, 2BAE Systems, Inc., USA.
Temperature tuning (6.117-6.554-µm for the idler)
and sub-nanosecond durations are demonstrated
with a non-critical, 1064-nm pumped CdSiP2OPO. At 1 kHz, the output idler energy of 24 µJ
corresponds to an average power of 24 mW.
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VCSEL-Based CO2 and H2O Sensor with Inherent Self Calibration, Andreas Hangauer1,2,
Jia Chen1,2, Kay Seemann1, Philip Karge1, Rainer
Strzoda1, Markus C. Amann2; 1Siemens AG, Germany, 2Walter-Schottky-Inst., Technical Univ.
of Munich, Germany. A compact CO2 and H2O
laser spectroscopy sensor based on cost-efficient
vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers for safety
and air-quality applications is presented. It implements inherent wavelength calibration to achieve
self-monitored and calibration-free operation
during sensor lifetime.
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Direct Measurement of Laser-Induced Electron
Tunneling, Ladan Arissian1,2, Chris Smeenk1,
Fraser Turner1,3, Carlos Trallero1, Alexei Sokolov2,
Andre Staudte1, David Villeneuve1, Paul Corkum1;
1
Joint Lab of Attosecond Science, Univ. of Ottawa
and Natl. Res. Council, Canada, 2Texas A&M Univ.,
USA, 3Univ. of Waterloo, Canada. We measure
momentum distribution of tunneled electrons in
femtosecond circular polarized light. We find that
the electron momentum distribution perpendicular to the laser field depends on the field strength
and is independent of the wavelength.
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Mid-Infrared Picosecond Laser Source with
High Average Output Power Exceeding 1 W at
4.5 µm, Felix Ruebel1, Gregor Anstett2, Johannes
A. L’huillier1; 1Photonik-Zentrum Kaiserslautern
e.V., Germany, 2Fraunhofer-FOM, Germany. The
generation of tunable mid-infrared picosecond
laser radiation in the spectral range from 3-5µm
by nonlinear frequency conversion in PPLN is
reported. More than 3W output power at 3µm
and 1.1W at 4.5µm were achieved.
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Low-Power Portable Laser Spectroscopic
Sensor for Atmospheric CO 2 Monitoring,
Clinton J. Smith, Stephen So, Gerard Wysocki;
Princeton Univ., USA. We demonstrate a wireless,
portable CO2 sensor based on laser absorption
spectroscopy. Allan variance for long run tests
yielded Gaussian noise limited operation up to
100 seconds with ultimate minimum detection
limit of 5.1x10-7.
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120 W Average Power from a Mode-Locked
Yb:Lu2O3 Thin Disk Laser, Clara J. Saraceno1,
Cyrill R. E. Baer1, Christian Kränkel1, Oliver H.
Heckl1, Matthias Golling1, Thomas Südmeyer1,
Ursula Keller1, Rigo Peters2, Klaus Petermann2,
Guenter Huber2; 1ETH Zürich, Switzerland, 2Univ.
of Hamburg, Germany. We present a mode-locked
Yb:Lu2O3 thin disk laser with an average power of
120 W setting a new record for mode-locked laser
oscillators. The laser generates 796-fs pulses with
an energy of 2.1 µJ.
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Chromatic Dispersion in Tightly Curved
Silicon Waveguides and Ring Resonators, Lin
Zhang1, Yang Yue1, Yinying Xiao-Li1, Raymond G.
Beausoleil2, Alan E. Willner1; 1Univ. of Southern
California, USA, 2HP Labs, USA. We numerically
analyze chromatic dispersion in tightly curved
strip and slot waveguides with high index contrast.
Zero-dispersion-wavelength may have a shift
over 220 nm when bending radius is reduced to
a few microns.
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Carrierless Amplitude and Phase Modulation
for Low-Cost, High-Spectral-Efficiency Optical Datacommunication Links, Jonathan D.
Ingham1, Richard V. Penty1, Ian H. White1, David
G. Cunningham2; 1Univ. of Cambridge, UK, 2Avago
Technologies, UK. Carrierless amplitude and phase
modulation for next-generation datacommunication links is considered for the first time. Low-cost
implementation of a high-spectral-efficiency 10
Gb/s channel is demonstrated as a route to links
at 40 Gb/s and beyond.
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Asymmetric Growth of Cancer Cell Filopodia
under Electric Field Stimulation Measured by
Structured Illumination Nano-Profilometry,
Chun-Chieh Wang1, Yu-Chiu Kao2, Jiunn-Yuan
Lin2, Ji-Yen Cheng1, Chau-Hwang Lee1; 1Res. Ctr. for
Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 2Dept.
of Physics, Natl. Chung-Cheng Univ., Taiwan. We
use structured-illumination nano-profilometry
with sub-diffraction-limit lateral resolution to
measure the filopodium dynamics of lung cancer
cells under stimulation of DC electric fields. The
cathode growth bias and enhanced expression of
filopodia are observed.
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Power Scaling of an Yb:YCOB Thin Disk Laser to
101 W cw and Initial Modelocking Experiments,
Oliver H. Heckl1, Christian Kränkel1, Cyrill R. E.
Baer1, Clara J. Saraceno1, Thomas Südmeyer1, Klaus
Petermann2, Günter Huber2, Ursula Keller1; 1ETH
Zürich, Switzerland, 2Inst. of Laser-Physics, Univ. of
Hamburg, Germany. The >25-nm broad emission
bandwidth of Yb:YCOB is highly attractive for
femtosecond lasers. We confirm its suitability for
high-power thin disk operation by cw-multimode
power scaling to 100 W and present intial lowpower modelocking results.
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Optical Trapping with Real-Time Feedback
Using Planar Silicon Micro-Ring Resonators,
Shiyun Lin, Kenneth B. Crozier; Harvard Univ.,
USA. We experimentally demonstrate optical
trapping with micro-ring resonators. Tuning the
incident wavelength enables controlled trapping
and release of particles. The resonance frequency
red-shift upon trapping enables monitoring of the
particle physical properties.
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Dispersion-Compensation-Free, Long-Reach
OCDMA-PON System with Passive Remote
Node at Arbitrary Position Using Single MultiPort Encoder/Decoder, Nobuyuki Kataoka1,
Naoya Wada1, Gabriella Cincotti2, Ken-ichi Kitayama3; 1NICT, Japan, 2Univ. Roma Tre, Italy, 3Osaka
Univ., Japan. We propose flexible, long-reach
OCDMA-PON system, which deploys a remote
node with single multi-port E/D. 10Gbps, 4-user,
OCDMA transmission both up- and down-link
are experimentally demonstrated over 59km SSMF
without inline dispersion compensation.
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Controlling Fluorescence Resonance Energy
Transfer (FRET) by Optical Confinement in a
λ/2-Microresonator, Raphael Gutbrod, Frank
Schleifenbaum, Sebastian Bär, Sébastien Peter,
Kirstin Elgass, Alfred J. Meixner; Univ. of Tuebingen, Germany. FRET plays an important role in
light-induced processes in life sciences, e.g. energy
transfer in light harvesting complexes. We present
a method to tune the energy transfer from donor
to acceptor in an optical microresonator.
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2.5Gbps Two-User OCDMA System Based on
Time Domain Spectral Phase Encoding and
Variable-Bandwidth Spectrum Shaper Decoding, Zhensen Gao1, Xu Wang1, Nobuyuki Kataoka2,
Naoya Wada2; 1Heriot-Watt Univ., UK, 2NICT,
Japan. A 2.5Gbps two-user OCDMA transmission
over 34km fiber with 8-chip, 20GHz/chip optical code pattern based on time domain spectral
phase encoding (SPE) and Variable-Bandwidth
Spectrum Shaper (VBS) has been experimentally
demonstrated with BER<10-9.
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Digital Optical Phase Conjugation, Meng Cui,
Changhuei Yang; Caltech, USA. We present a novel
optical phase conjugation method that combines
phase-shifting holography with spatial phase shaping. We discuss its design, implementation, and
application for compensating the wave-front distortion caused by a random scattering medium.
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Power Scaling of a 78 MHz-Repetition Rate
Femtosecond Enhancement Cavity, Ioachim
Pupeza1,2, Tino Eidam3, Birgitta Bernhardt1, Akira
Ozawa1, Jens Rauschenberger1,2, Ernst Fill1, Alexander Apolonski2, Thomas Udem1, Jens Limpert3, Zeyad A. Alahmed4, Abdallah M. Azzeer4, Theodor W.
Hänsch1, Andreas Tünnermann3, Ferenc Krausz1,2;
1
Max-Planck-Inst. for Quantum Optics, Germany,
2
Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. München, Germany,
3
Inst. of Applied Physics, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ.
Jena, Germany, 4King Saud Univ., Saudi Arabia.
We report on the cavity enhancement of a 78MHz,
200fs ytterbium-fiber laser system. Constant
enhancement up to a record intra-cavity average
power of 18kW has been observed. Beyond the
linear regime, 40kW have been achieved.
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Implementation of Atom-Photon Interfaces
for Quantum Networking, Lukas Brandt,
Cecilia Muldoon, Tobias Thiele, Jerome Dilley,
Peter Nisbet, Gunnar Langfahl-Klabes, Axel Kuhn;
Univ. of Oxford, UK. We present two schemes for
interfacing and manipulating individual atoms:
one involves an array of dipole-traps using a
spatial light modulator. The other implements
cavity-based single photon generation combined
with photon storage.
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Light-Induced Tuning of Quantum Cascade
Lasers, Bernhard Basnar1, Elvis Mujagic1, Aaron
Maxwell Andrews1, Tomas Roch2, Werner Schrenk1,
Gottfried Strasser1,3; 1Ctr. for Micro- and Nanostructures, Vienna Univ. of Technology, Austria, 2Inst. of
Experimental Physics, Comenius Univ., Slovakia,
3
SUNY Buffalo, USA. We present a novel method
for the light-induced tuning of a grating-free
mid-IR QCL utilizing the absorbance changes of
a photochromic cladding. This photosensitization allowed for reversible shifts in the emission
wavelength of 5 cm-1
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Electromagnetic Field Enhancement in Realistic
Transition Metamaterials, Irene Mozjerin 1,
Tolanya Gibson1, Edward P. Furlani2, Ildar R.
Gabitov3, Natalia M. Litchinitser1; 1SUNY Buffalo,
USA, 2Inst. for Lasers, Photonics and Biophotonics,
SUNY Buffalo, USA, 3Univ. of Arizona, USA. We
investigate the effect of anomalous field enhancement in lossy optical transition metamaterials and
provide guidelines for optimizing the profile of
the transition layer for maximum enhancement
in these structures.
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Tailored State Preparation for Solid-State Quantum Memory, Elizabeth A. Goldschmidt1,2, Sergey
V. Polyakov1,2, Sarah E. Beavan1,3, Jingyun Fan1,2,
Alan L. Migdall1,2; 1NIST, USA, 2Joint Quantum
Inst., USA, 3Laser Physics Ctr., RSPhysSE, Australia.
We report progress in implementing a quantum
memory scheme in Pr3+:Y2SiO5, including experimental and theoretical results using spectral holeburning to generate narrow absorbing features and
implement narrow spectral filtering.
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Thermoelectric Effect in Quantum Cascade
Lasers, Matthew D. Escarra1, Alexander Benz2,
Anjali M. Bhatt3, Anthony J. Hoffman1, Xiaojun
Wang4, Jen-Yu Fan4, Claire F. Gmachl1; 1Princeton
Univ., USA, 2Vienna Univ. of Technology, Austria,
3
Harvard Univ., USA, 4Adtech Optics, Inc., USA.
A thermoelectric effect is observed in quantum
cascade lasers and validated through thermal/
electrical transport modeling. Choosing the proper
polarity leads to an active core heat reduction of 9
K for a 7.5 kW/cm2 thermal load.
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Electro-Modulation of Plasmonic and PhotonicMetamaterial Structures, Stefan Linden, Matthias
Ruther, Lihua Shao, Jörg Weißmüller, Martin
Wegener; Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany.
By applying voltages of about 1V to usual metal
nanostructures via an aqueous electrolyte, we
demonstrate reversible modulation of plasmonic
resonances by as much as 14 THz. Gold split-ring
resonators serve as an example.
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Spin Squeezing via Quantum Non-Demolition
Measurements in Cold 87Rb Atomic Ensemble,
Marco Koschorreck, Mario Napolitano, Brice
Dubost, Naeimeh Behbood, Robert Sewell, Morgan
W. Mitchell; ICFO, Spain. We demonstrate spin
squeezing of a magnetically sensitive coherent
spin-state in an ensemble of 0.65 million cold 87Rb
atoms. Quantum non-demolition measurements
achieved a spin-noise reduction by 2.9dB compared to the initial projection noise level.
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Mid-Infrared Emission of Quantum-DashBased Quantum Cascade Laser Structures,
Valeria Liverini, Alfredo Bismuto, Laurent Nevou,
Mattias Beck, Jerome Faist; ETH Zürich, Switzerland. We developed two mid-infrared quantum
cascade laser structures based on InAs quantum
dashes embedded either in AlInGaAs latticematched to InP or in tensile-strained AlInAs. Both
devices emit between 7 and 11 µm.
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Analogue of Electromagnetically Induced
Transparency in a Terahertz Metamaterial, SherYi Chiam1, Ranjan Singh2, Carsten Rockstuhl3, Falk
Lederer3, Weili Zhang2, Andrew A. Bettiol1; 1Dept. of
Physics, Natl. Univ. of Singapore, Singapore, 2School
of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Oklahoma
State Univ., USA, 3Inst. of Condensed Matter Theory
and Solid State Optics, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ.
Jena, Germany. We experimentally demonstrate
a metamaterial that mimics electromagnetically
induced transparency at terahertz frequencies.
This is achieved by independently exciting two
resonances in which their coupling to the radiation
field, and thus their linewidth, differs strongly.
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Reaction, Diffusion and Dissociation of Excitons
on Carbon Nanotubes, Jeremy Allam1, Richard
Sutton1, Muhammad T. Sajjad1, Konstantin Litvinenko1, Zhongyang Wang1,2, Sofia Siddique1,
Quan-Hong Yang2,3, Tom Brown3, Wei Loh3; 1Univ.
of Surrey, UK, 2Tianjin Univ., China, 3Univ. of
Southampton, UK. We study exciton reactions
on carbon nanotubes in the regime of many, few
and one exciton per nanotube, and demonstrate
classic 1-D reaction-diffusion behaviour. Dissociation occurs when exciton spacing is less than the
exciton length.
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Photon-Number-Counting with an InGaAs/
InP Avalanche Photodiode by Optical Self-Balancing, Yi Jian, E. WU, Guang Wu, Heping Zeng;
East China Normal Univ., China. Infrared photonnumber-resolving detection was achieved with an
InGaAs/InP avalanche avalanche photodiode by
using optical self-balancing technique to cancel the
spike noise. A photon-number-resolving detection was achieved with the detection efficiency
as high as 36%.
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All- Optical Microwave Up- Conversion Using an
Optical Broadband Source and a Mach-Zehnder
Interferometer, Mora Jose, Capmany José, Ortega
Beatriz, Grassi Fulvio; Inst. de Telecomunicaciones
y Aplicaciones Multimedia, Univ. Politécnica de
Valencia, Spain. A technique to perform all optical
microwave up-conversion is proposed for a RoF
system based on the employment of an optical
broadband source. The Mach-Zehnder interferometer is the fundamental device for rejecting
undesired frequency components.
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Coherent Beam Combining of Fiber Amplifiers
and Solid-State Lasers Including the Use of Diffractive Optical Elements, Michael Wickham;
Northrop Grumman Corp., USA. Two coherent
combining solid state laser systems are described.
One approach uses a fiber optic amplifier array
and the other 7 tiled slab amplifier chains which
achieved a world record 105.5 kW of power CW.
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Ultrafast Electron Dynamics in a Pb/Cu(111)
Quantum-Well System, Stefan Mathias1, Andreas
Ruffing2, Frederik Deicke2, Martin Wiesenmayer3,
Martin Aeschlimann2, Michael Bauer3; 1JILA, NIST,
Univ. of Colorado, USA, 2 Res. Ctr. OPTIMAS, Univ.
of Kaiserslautern, Germany, 3Inst. für Experimentelle und Angewandte Physik, Univ. Kiel, Germany.
Time- and angle-resolved two-photon photoemission has been used to investigate hot-electron
lifetimes in Pb/Cu(111). Our findings suggest that
the peculiar electronic structure of quantum-well
systems can be used to tune ultrafast dynamical
properties in metals.
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Mid-Infrared Single-Photon Detection Using
Superconducting Nanowires Integrated with
Nano-Antennae, Xiaolong Hu, Francesco Marsili,
Faraz Najafi, Karl K. Berggren; MIT, USA. We
present some major challenges of mid-infrared
superconducting nanowire single-photon detector
technology and our device design with nanoantenna integration to address these challenges.
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Demonstration of Photonically Assisted RF
Waveform Generation with 1-Nanosecond
Update Time, Christopher M. Long, Daniel E.
Leaird, Andrew M. Weiner; Purdue Univ., USA.
Photonically assisted RF arbitrary waveform
generation with 1-ns update time is demonstrated
utilizing a commercial tunable DBR laser to affect
frequency modulation of the optical frequency
comb carrier in conjunction with line-by-line
pulse shaping.
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Ultrafast Optical Response and Transient
Population Inversion of Photoexcited Ge/SiGe
Quantum Wells, Sangam Chatterjee1, Christoph
Lange1, Niko S. Köster1, Martin Schäfer1, Mackillo
Kira1, Stephan W. Koch1, Daniel Chrastina2, Giovanni Isella2, Hans von Känel2, Hans Sigg3; 1Faculty
of Physics and Material Sciences Ctr., Philipps-Univ.
Marburg, Germany, 2CNISM and L-NESS, Dept. di
Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 3Paul Scherrer
Inst., Switzerland. The ultrafast carrier dynamics of
Ge/SiGe quantum wells on Si substrate are investigated by pump-probe spectroscopy. Pronounced
nonequilibrium effects in the relaxation dynamics
and transient gain are observed and analyzed using
a microscopic many-body theory.
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Experimental Characterization of Optical Detectors for Single Photon Subtraction, Virginia
D’Auria1, Noriyuki Lee2, Taoufik Amri1, Julien
Laurat1, Claude Fabre1; 1Lab Kastler Brossel, Univ.
Pierre et Marie Curie, France, 2Dept. of Applied
Physics, School of Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan. Quantum detector tomography enables
to reconstruct POVMs associated to a measurement apparatus. For two detectors, an APD and
a TMD, we study the evolution of projectivity
under the effect of background noise and quantum
efficiencies.
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Broadband Photonic Arbitrary Waveform
Generation Using a Frequency Agile Laser at
1.5µm, Vianney Damon1, Vincent Crozatier2,
Thierry Chanelière1, Jean-Louis Le Gouët1, Ivan
Lorgeré1; 1CNRS, France, 2Fastlite, France. We
use a pulse-compression chirp-transform algorithm to generate broadband photonic arbitrary
waveforms. A phase-locked loop frequency agile
laser provides the needed broadband frequency
scans. The experiment operates at the telecom
wavelength of 1.5μm.
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Two-Dimensional Electronic Beam Steering in
Coherently-Coupled Vertical-Cavity SurfaceEmitting Laser Arrays, Dominic F. Siriani, Joshua
D. Sulkin, Kent D. Choquette; Univ. of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, USA. We demonstrate twodimensional electronic beam steering using only
the in-phase mode of a vertical-cavity surfaceemitting laser (VCSEL) array. The steering is
highly-controllable, and the interference visibility
is typically very high.
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Control of Electron Dynamics of Doubly Excited
States from Isolated Attosecond Pulses, Steve
Gilbertson, Michael Chini, Sabih Khan, Yi Wu,
Ximao Feng, Zenghu Chang; Kansas State Univ.,
USA. The lifetime of the 2s2p autoionization state
in helium was measured with attosecond pulses
by modifying the doubly excited state with an
infrared laser. Control of the electron dynamics
was also demonstrated.
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More than 1000-nm-Wide Mid-IR Frequency
Comb Based on Divide-by-2 Optical Parametric
Oscillator, Konstantin Vodopyanov1, Nick Leindecker1, Robert Byer1, Vladimir Pervak2; 1Stanford
Univ., USA, 2Dept. für Physik, Ludwig-MaximiliansUniv., Germany. We implement a new approach for
creating broadband mid-infrared frequency combs
via degenerate divide-by-2 optical parametric
oscillator. It was pumped by a 1560-nm femtosecond Er-fiber laser and produced > 1000-nm-wide
frequency comb centered at 3.1μm.
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Highly-Sensitive Measurements of Changes in
Density and Refractive Index of Air Using Fiber
Laser Polarization Mode Beating Techniques,
Andrea Rosales-García1, Theodore F. Morse1, Juan
Hernández-Cordero2; 1Boston Univ., USA, 2Inst.
de Investigaciones en Materiales, Univ. Nacional
Autónoma de México, Mexico. We demonstrate a
highly-sensitive fiber optic sensor for measuring
changes in the refractive index of air. This technique provides an accurate method for monitoring
refractive index, density and pressure of gases in
an intra-cavity vessel.
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Intracycle Interference in above-Threshold
Ionization, Kenichi L. Ishikawa1, Diego G. Arbó2,3,
Klaus Schiessl4, Emil Persson4, Joachim Burgdörfer4;
1
Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 2IAFE, Argentina, 3Univ. of
Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4Vienna Univ. of Technology, Austria. Above-threshold ionization spectra
consist of intra- and intercycle interferences of
electron trajectories. The former is imprinted as
a modulation envelope of discrete peaks formed
by the latter. This modulation is clearly seen in the
wavelength-dependence.
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High-Power, Broadband, Continuous-Wave,
Mid-Infrared Optical Parametric Oscillator
Based on MgO:PPLN, S. Chaitanya Kumar1,
Ritwick Das1, Goutam Kumar Samanta1, Majid
Ebrahim-Zadeh1,2; 1ICFO, Spain, 2ICREA, Spain.
We present a broadband, high-power, fiber-laserpumped, continuous-wave optical parametric
oscillator for mid-infrared by exploiting extended
phase-matching properties of MgO:PPLN. Total
powers of 11.3W, with 5.3W broadband midinfrared idler in excellent beam quality are
generated.
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Gas Sensing with a Sub-Micron Tapered Fibre
Embedded in Hydrophobic Aerogel , Limin
Xiao, Michael Grogan, Richard England, William
Wadsworth, Tim Birks; Univ. of Bath, UK. Tapered
fibres with waist diameters down to 0.7 µm embedded in hydrophobic aerogel are demonstrated as
evanescent-field gas sensors. The porous aerogel
is permeable to gases but protects the sub-micron
fibre from contamination and damage.
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HOMO Signature in High Order Harmonics
Driven in N2O and CO2 by a Few-Cycle 1.5-micron Parametric Source, Caterina Vozzi1, Matteo
Negro 1, Francesca Calegari 1, Fabio Frassetto 2,
Mauro Nisoli1, Luca Poletto2, Giuseppe Sansone1,
Paolo Villoresi2, Sandro De Silvestri1, Salvatore
Stagira1; 1ULTRAS, CNR-INFM and Dept. di
Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2LUXOR, CNRINFM and DEI, Univ. di Padova, Italy. High order
harmonics driven by an ultrafast IR parametric
source were generated in aligned N2O and CO2; the
experimental results are numerically reproduced
taking into account the HOMO structure.
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Wavelength-Tunable Mid-Infrared 3-μmWaveband Light Source with 805/1064-nm
Differential Frequency Generation in Effective
Intracavity System, Naokatsu Yamamoto1, Ryo
Naito2, Kouichi Akahane1, Tetsuya Kawanishi1,
Hideyuki Sotobayashi2; 1NICT, Japan, 2Aoyama
Gakuin Univ., Japan. A wavelength-tunable midinfrared 3-μm-waveband light source with an
effective intracavity system is successfully demonstrated. Its advantages include wide wavelengthtunable range (> 85 nm), high emission intensity,
simple controllability, and small footprint.
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Directly Coupled VCSELs and Suspended-Core
PCFs for Robust Near-Infrared Gas Sensing,
Jia Chen1,2, Andreas Hangauer1,2, Rainer Strzoda1,
Tijmen Euser 3, Jocelyn Chen 3, Michael Scharrer3, Philip Russell3, Markus Amann2; 1Siemens,
Germany, 2Walter-Schottky-Inst., Technical Univ.
of Munich, Germany, 3Max-Planck-Inst. for the
Science of Light, Germany. We demonstrate
direct-coupling of vertical-cavity surface-emitting
lasers to suspended-core PCFs and present
characterization of this gas sensor. The spectral
background and power-overlap from 763 to 2004
nm are measured to determine the quantitative
detection sensitivity.
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10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Fiorenzo Omenetto; Tufts Univ.,
USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Michael Watts; Sandia Natl. Labs,
USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Chang-Hee Lee; KAIST, Republic
of Korea, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Fumio Koyama; Tokyo Inst. of
Technology, Japan, Presider
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First SESAM-Modelocked Yb:KGW Femtosecond Oscillator Operating at 1 GHz Repetition
Rate, Selina Pekarek1, Christian Fiebig2, Max C.
Stumpf1, Andreas E. H. Oehler1, Katrin Paschke2,
Götz Erbert2, Thomas Südmeyer1, Ursula Keller1;
1
ETH Zürich, Switzerland, 2Ferdinand-Braun-Inst.
für Höchstfrequenztechnik, Germany. We present the first femtosecond SESAM-modelocked
Yb:KGW laser operating at 1 GHz repetition
rate. We generated 120 mW output power in
317-fs pulses at 1.7-W pump power from a
high-brightness single-frequency DBR tapered
diode laser.
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Broadband Silicon Photonic Switch Integrated
with CMOS Drive Electronics, Benjamin G. Lee,
Joris Van Campenhout, Alexander V. Rylyakov,
Clint L. Schow, William M. J. Green, Solomon
Assefa, Min Yang, Fuad E. Doany, Christopher
V. Jahnes, Richard A. John, Jeffrey A. Kash, Yurii
A. Vlas; IBM Res., USA. A CMOS driver and
broadband silicon photonic switch are co-designed
and wire-bond packaged. The integrated switch
demonstrates less than 2.1-ns transition times,
better than 15-dB extinction, and 5.9-mW total
power consumption.
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Plastic Optical Fiber with VCSEL Sources: A Statistical Evaluation, Patrick J. Decker, Stephen E.
Ralph; Georgia Tech, USA. We report the first statistical evaluation of the calculated effective modal
bandwidth and 10Gb/s ISI penalty of graded-index
perfluorinated plastic optical fiber under VCSEL
illumination, utilizing high temporal-resolution
differential modal delay measurements.
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Novel Growth and Device Concepts for High-Efficiency InGaN Quantum Wells Light-Emitting
Diodes, Hongping Zhao, Guangyu Liu, Xiao-Hang
Li, Yik-Khoon Ee, Hua Tong, Jing Zhang, G. S.
Huang, Nelson Tansu; Lehigh Univ., USA. The
growths and characteristics of staggered InGaN
quantum wells (QWs) and type-II InGaN-GaNAs
QWs are presented for high-efficiency green-emitting light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Approaches
for enhancing internal-quantum-efficiency,
light-extraction-efficiency, and efficiency-droop
in nitride LEDs are discussed.
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Robustness of VCSEL-Based WDM-PON Using Orthogonally Polarized Injection, Devang
Parekh, Julian Treu, Weijian Yang, Werner
Hofmann, Connie J. Chang-Hasnain; Univ. of
California at Berkeley, USA. We demonstrate a
wavelength division multiplexed passive optical
network scheme utilizing long wavelength VCSELs
under orthogonally polarized optical injection.
Robustness to optical feedback for both upstream
and downstream data is shown.
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Quantum Well Saturable Absorber Mirror
with Electrical Control of Modulation Depth,
Xiaomin Liu1, Edik U. Rafailov2, Daniil Livshits3,
Dmitry Turchinovich1; 1DTU Fotonik, Technical
Univ. of Denmark, Denmark, 2Photonics and Nanoscience, Univ. of Dundee, UK, 3Innolume GmbH,
Germany. A saturable absorber mirror comprizing
InGaAs/GaAs quantum wells incorporated into a
p-i-n structure is demonstrated. Its modulation
depth can be reduced from 4.25% to 1.63% by applying reverse bias voltage in the range 0-1 V.
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Microwave Photonic Phase Shifter Based
on Tunable Silicon-on-Insulator Microring
Resonator, Minhao Pu1, Liu Liu1, Weiqi Xue1,
Lars Hagedorn Fradsen2, Haiyan Ou1, Kresten
Yvind1, Jørn Märcher Hvam1; 1Technical Univ. of
Denmark, Denmark, 2NKT Photonics, Denmark.
We demonstrate a microwave photonic phase
shifter based on an electrically tunable siliconon-insulator microring resonator. A continuously
tunable phase shift of up to 315° at a microwave
frequency of 15GHz is obtained.
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Suppression of Harmonic and Intermodulation
Distortion for SCM-WDM RoF Systems based
on the Spectral Slicing of Optical Broadband
Sources, Mora Jose, Capmany Jose, Ortega Beatriz,
Grassi Fulvio; Inst. de Telecomunicaciones y Aplicaciones Multimedia, Univ. Politécnica de Valencia,
Spain. This paper presents the experimental evaluation of harmonic and intermodulation distortions
in a SCM-WDM RoF scheme based on spectral
slicing of an optical broadband source. The insertion of a Mach-Zehnder interferometer suppresses
significantly nonlinear terms.
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Holographic Patterning of Semiconductor CdSe
Quantum Dots in Polymer for Constructing
Photonic Lattice Structures, Xiangming Liu1,
Yasuo Tomita1, Juro Oshima2, Katsumi Chikama2,
Takuya Nakashima3, Tsuyoshi Kawai3; 1Univ. of
Electro-Communications, Japan, 2Nissan Chemical
Industries, Ltd., Japan, 3Nara Inst. of Science and
Technology, Japan. We demonstrate holographic
patterning of semiconductor CdSe quantum
dots in photo-polymerizable monomer films for
constructing cm-size transmission volume Bragg
grating structures. The diffraction efficiency near
100% from the grating structure was observed
in the green.
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Noise and Stability in Giant-Chirp Oscillators
Mode-Locked with a Nanotube-Based Saturable
Absorber, E. J. R. Kelleher1, J. C. Travers1, Z. Sun2,
A. C. Ferrari2, S. V. Popov1, J. R. Taylor1; 1Imperial
College London, UK, 2Univ. of Cambridge, UK.
We compare experimental results showing stable
dissipative-soliton solutions exist in mode-locked
lasers with ultra-large normal dispersion (as large
as 21.5 ps2), with both the analytic framework
provided by Haus’ master-equation and full numerical simulations.
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Silicon Microring Modulator with Integrated
Heater and Temperature Sensor for Thermal
Control, Christopher T. DeRose, Michael R. Watts,
Douglas C. Trotter, David L. Luck, Gregory N.
Nielson, Ralph W. Young; Sandia Natl. Labs, USA.
The first demonstration of a silicon microring
modulator with both an integrated resistive heater
and diode-based temperature sensor is shown. The
temperature-sensor exhibits a linear response for
more than an 85 °C external temperature range.
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Optical Double-to-Single Sideband Modulation
Converter for Radio-over-Fiber Systems Based
on Injection-Locked Fabry-Peròt Lasers, Giulio
Cossu, Marco Presi, Ernesto Ciaramella; Scuola
Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy. We experimentally
demonstrate a double-to-single sideband converter based on an injection-locked semiconductor
laser. By this technique a 64-QAM 54Mb/s-OFDM
signal at 6 GHz is transmitted successfully over 80
km SMF avoiding penalties associated to fading.
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Parametric Results of the AlGaInAs QuantumWell Saturable Absorber for Use as a Passive
Q-Switch, Daniel A. Bender, Jeffrey G. Cederberg,
Gregory A. Hebner; Sandia Natl. Lab, USA. We
have successfully designed, built and operated a microlaser based on a AlGaInAs multiple
quantum well (MQW) semiconductor saturable
absorber (SESA). Optical characterization of the
semiconductor absorber, as well as, the microlaser
output is presented.
Thursday, May 20
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Widely-Tunable Femtosecond Operation of
Cr:LiSAF Lasers Using Broadband Saturable
Bragg Reflectors, Umit Demirbas, Gale S. Petrich,
Sheila Nabanja, Jonathan R. Birge, Leslie A.
Kolodziejski, Franz X. Kärtner, James G. Fujimoto;
MIT, USA. We describe a low-cost diode-pumped
Cr:LiSAF laser, mode-locked using a broadband
saturable Bragg reflector. The laser produces
continuously tunable sub-200-fs duration pulses
from 800 nm to 905 nm.
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Debabrata Goswami; Indian Inst.
of Technology, Kanpur, India,
Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Mikhail Belkin; Univ. of Texas at
Austin, USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Henri Lezec; NIST, USA, Presider
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Preserving Quantum Coherence Using Optimized Open-Loop Control Techniques, Michael
J. Biercuk, Hermann Uys, Aaron P. VanDevender,
Nobuyasu Shiga, Wayne M. Itano, John J. Bollinger;
NIST, USA. We describe experimental and theoretical optimizations of open-loop quantum control
techniques known as dynamical decoupling (DD)
for the suppression of decoherence-induced errors
in quantum systems.
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Technology, Manufacturing and Applications
Associated with the Commercialization of
Systems Based on Quantum Cascade Gain
Media and Lasers, Tim Day; Daylight Solutions,
USA. Extraordinary progress has been made to
advance the performance and manufacturability
of quantum cascade materials. In this talk, we will
describe some of the key technology and manufacturing issues for commercializing quantum
cascade laser products.
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Negative Refraction in Indefinite Permittivity
Medium, Dmitriy V. Korobkin1, Burton Neuner
III1, Chris Fietz1, Gennady Shvets1, Davy Carole2,
Gabriel Ferro2; 1Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA,
2
Univ. Claude Bernand Lyon 1, France. We present
theoretical calculations and experimental results
demonstrating the negative refraction in indefinite
permittivity medium based on SiO2-SiC- SiO2
multi-layer structure. Also the enhancement of
higher order Fourier harmonics has been experimentally shown.
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Quantum Process Tomography by Direct
Characterization of Quantum Dynamics Using
Hyperentangled Photons, Trent M. Graham1,
Paul G. Kwiat1, Julio Barreiro2; 1Univ. of Illinois,
USA, 2Univ. Innsbruck, Austria. We present the first
experimental results using photons entangled in
multiple degrees of freedom to efficiently characterize various preserving single-photon processes
by Direct Characterization of Quantum Dynamics
(DCQD), with the fewest possible number of
measurements.
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Extraordinary Low Transmission of a Metamaterial for Application in Lithography , Sabine Dobmann1,2,3, Daniel Ploss1,2, David Reibold2, Andreas
Erdmann4, Ulf Peschel2,5; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for
the Science of Light, Germany, 2Univ. of ErlangenNuremberg, Germany, 3Erlangen Graduate School in
Advanced Optical Technologies (SAOT), Germany,
4
Fraunhofer Inst. of Integrated Systems and Device
Technology, Germany, 5Cluster of Excellence, Engineering of Advanced Materials, Germany. We
present experiments on a metamaterial made
from an ultrathin (<40 nm) metal film. It exhibits
extraordinary low transmission due to an antenna
resonance and may form building blocks of future
lithographic masks.
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Ultra-Thin Ultra-Smooth and Low-Loss Silver
and Silver-Silica Composite Films for Superlensing Applications, Weiqiang Chen, Mark D. Thoreson, Alexander V. Kildishev, Vladimir M. Shalaev;
Purdue Univ., USA. We demonstrate a method to
fabricate ultra-thin ultra-smooth and low-loss
silver and silver-silica composite films using a germanium wetting layer and a rapid post-annealing
treatment. Such achievement satisfies both the
demands for superlenses and hyperlenses.
$PODVSSFOUTFTTJPOTBSFHSPVQFEBDSPTTGPVSQBHFT1MFBTFSFWJFXBMMGPVSQBHFTGPSDPNQMFUFTFTTJPOJOGPSNBUJPO
Thursday, May 20
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Ultrafast Coherent Control of Spin Waves
with Intense Terahertz Magnetic Transients,
Alexander Sell1, Tobias Kampfrath2, Gregor Klatt1,
Sebastian Mährlein1, Alexej Pashkin1, Manfred
Fiebig3, Thomas Dekorsy1, Martin Wolf4, Rupert
Huber1, Alfred Leitenstorfer1; 1Univ. of Konstanz,
Germany, 2FOM Inst. for Atomic and Molecular
Physics (AMOLF), Netherlands, 3Helmholtz-Inst.
für Strahlen- und Kernphysik, Germany, 4FritzHaber-Inst. der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Germany.
Intense terahertz transients coherently control
magnon oscillations in antiferromagnetic NiO.
The magnetic component of the light field directly
couples to the spins via Zeeman interaction. 8-fs
probe pulses sample the ultrafast dynamics via
Faraday rotation.
Dr. Timothy Day is a cofounder of Daylight
Solutions and serves as the CEO and CTO for the
company. Dr. Day has over 20 years’ experience
in both technical and business management in
the photonics industry. He started his career as a
cofounder of New Focus, where he served from
1990 through 2004. Dr. Day has extensive technical knowledge and experience and is considered
an expert in the field of photonics. He holds both
a B.S. and an M.S. in Physics from San Diego State
University and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
from Stanford University.
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Experimental Realization of a Perfect Infrared
Absorber, Hossein Mousavi, Alexander Khanikaev,
Burton Neuner III, Dmitry Korobkin, Gennady Shvets; Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA. Low-absorbing
materials can be made strongly absorbing by utilizing plasmonic metamaterials. We propose and
experimentally validate the concept of a plasmonic
MetaMirror which improves energy absorption
efficiency by an order of magnitude.
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Alexey Belyanin; Texas A&M
Univ., USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Jian-Wei Pan; Univ. Heidelberg,
Germany, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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David C. Hutchings; Univ. of
Glasgow, UK, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Daniel J. Ripin; MIT Lincoln Lab,
USA, Presider
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Formation of Coherent Longitudinal Optical
Phonon and Plasmon Coupling Modes in Semiconductors, Yu-Ming Chang; Ctr. for Condensed
Matter Sciences, Taiwan. Coherent LO phonon
and plasmon coupling dynamics in GaAs (100) is
investigated with TRSHG. Quantum interference
near zero time delay is identified and ascribed to
Fano resonance between coherent LO phonon and
photoexcited plasma continuum.
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Advances in Photonic Quantum Information
Science, Alberto Politi1, Jonathan C. F. Matthews1,
Anthony Laing1, Alberto Peruzzo1, Pruet Kalasuwan1, Xiao-Qi Zhou1, Maria Rodas Verde1, Martin
J. Cryan1, John G. Rarity1, Andre Stefanov2, Timothy C. Ralph3, Siyuan Yu1, Mark G. Thompson1,
Jeremy L. O’Brien1; 1Univ. of Bristol, UK, 2Federal
Office of Metrology METAS, Switzerland, 3Univ.
of Queensland, Australia. Quantum technologies
based on photons will likely require integrated
optics architectures for improved performance,
miniaturization and scalability. We demonstrate
high-fidelity silica-on-silicon integrated optical
realizations of key quantum photonic circuits and
the first integrated quantum algorithm.
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Experimental and Theoretical Demonstration
of Wavelength Conversion of 10 Gb/s RZ-OOK
in a Si nanowire via XPM, Jeffrey B. Driscoll1,
W. Astar2,3, Xiaoping Liu1, Richard R. Grote1, Jerry
I. Dadap1, William M. J. Green4, Yurri A. Vlasov4,
Gary M. Carter2,3,5, Richard M. Osgood, Jr.1; 1Columbia Univ., USA, 2Lab for Physical Sciences,
USA, 3Ctr. for Advanced Studies in Photonics Res.,
USA, 4IBM T. J. Watson Res. Ctr., USA, 5Univ. of
Maryland, Baltimore County, USA. We present
all-optical wavelength conversion (WC) of 10
Gb/s RZ-OOK data in a Si nanowire waveguide
via cross-phase-modulation (XPM). The WC
mechanism is analytically modeled and shown to
be scalable to 40 Gb/s RZ-OOK data.
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Beam Combining in Multi-Core, Holey Fiber
Lasers, Terence Shepherd, Laurent Michaille,
Charlotte R. Bennett, David M. Taylor; QinetiQ
Ltd., UK. Multiple-core fibers offer the possibility
of creating fiber lasers with enlarged effective core
diameter, while simultaneously controlling mode
shape and quality. A review is presented of the basic theory used for design, and examples presented
of such lasers operating in Q-switched mode.
Examples of active, non-interacting, and passive
multiple-core fibers are also presented.
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All Optical Wavelength Conversion in an
Integrated Ring Resonator, Alessia Pasquazi1,
Raja Ahmad2, Martin Rochette2, Michael Lamont3,
Roberto Morandotti1, Brent E. Little4, Sai T. Chu4,
David Moss3; 1Ultrafast Optical Processing Group
INRS-EMT, Canada, 2McGill Univ., Canada, 3CUDOS, School of Physics, Univ. of Sydney, Australia,
4
Infinera Corp., USA. We present the first system
penalty measurements for all-optical wavelength
conversion via four wave mixing in an integrated,
CMOS compatible, ring resonator, obtaining < 0.3
dB system penalty at 2.5Gb/s for ~22dBm average
pump power.
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Terahertz Studies of Collective Excitations
and Microscopic Physics in a Semiconductor
Magneto-plasma, Alexey Belyanin1, Xiangfeng
Wang2, Scott A. Crooker3, Daniel M. Mittleman2,
Junichiro Kono2; 1Dept. of Physics, Texas A&M
Univ., USA, 2Dept. of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Rice Univ., USA, 3Natl. High Magnetic
Field Lab, USA. Using coherent THz time-domain
spectroscopy, we observe and successfully model
a rich variety of interference phenomena related
to long-lived magneto-plasmon excitations in
InSb magneto-plasmas. New effects of tunable
thermally and magnetically induced transparency
are observed.
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The Guided-Mode Phonon-Polariton in Suspended Waveguides, Scott A. Holmstrom 1,
Todd H. Stievater2, Marcel W. Pruessner2, Doewon
Park2, William S. Rabinovich2, Subramaniam Kanakaraju3, Christopher J. K. Richardson3, Jacob B.
Khurgin4; 1Univ. of Tulsa, USA, 2NRL, USA, 3Lab
for Physical Sciences, USA, 4Johns Hopkins Univ.,
USA. Using Raman scattering measurements in
suspended semiconductor waveguides coupled
with finite-element analysis, we elucidate the
properties of the guided-mode phonon-polariton,
which plays a critical role in many current terahertz generation approaches.
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Phase-Controlled Photonic Quantum Circuits
in Laser Written Integrated Optics, Nicholas L.
Thomas-Peter1, Brian J. Smith1,2, Dmytro Kundys3,
Peter G. R. Smith3, Ian A. Walmsley1; 1Dept. of
Physics, Oxford Univ., UK, 2Ctr. for Quantum
Technologies, Natl. Univ. of Singapore, Singapore,
3
Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southamption,
UK. We present a direct UV written integrated
photonic circuit with on-chip phase control
through a thermo-optic phase shifter. An arbitrary
beam splitter and a two-photon N00N state are
demonstrated with high visibility interference.
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10 Gb/s Operation of Monolithic All-Optical
Set-Reset Flip-Flop Based on Semiconductor
Ring Laser, Andrea Trita1, Gabor Mezosi2, Maria
Jose Latorre Vidal1, Marco Zanola1, Ilaria Cristiani1,
Marc Sorel2, Paolo Ghelfi3, Antonella Bogoni3, Guido
Giuliani1; 1Electronic Dept., Univ. of Pavia, Italy,
2
Dept. of Electronics and Electrical Engineering,
Univ. of Glasgow, UK, 3CNIT-Photonic Networks
Natl. Lab, Italy. A monolithic semiconductor
ring laser is operated as an all-optical Flip-Flop
triggered by 4ps optical pulses. Bit-Error-Rate
measurements of Set-Reset switchings under the
injection of a Pseudo-Random-Bit-Sequence at 5
and 10 Gb/s have been performed.
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All-Fiber Phase-Locked Multi-Core Photonic
Crystal Fiber Laser with Fill-Factor Enhancement and High Efficiency, Akira Shirakawa,
Tetsuya Kobayashi, Michio Matsumoto, Ken-ichi
Ueda; Inst. for Laser Science, Univ. of ElectroCommunications, Japan. We report large-modearea Yb-doped 6-core photonic crystal fiber laser
in in-phase supermode operation. A monolithic
Talbot device, enhancing the fill-factor in fiber and
central-lobe fraction in the far-field profile, was
demonstrated with 84% slope efficiency.
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Theory of Stimulated Optical Emission Dynamics in Conjugated Polymers, Stefan Schumacher1,
Ian Galbraith 1, Arvydas Ruseckas 2, Graham
A. Turnbull2, Ifor D. W. Samuel2; 1Heriot-Watt
Univ., UK, 2Univ. of St. Andrews, UK. We present
a microscopic many-particle theory of intense
ultrafast optical pulse propagation in conjugated
polymers. For a polyfluorene film rich amplified
spontaneous emission dynamics and significant
pulse reshaping is found.
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Triggered Single Photons from a Diamond
Nanowire Antenna, Thomas M. Babinec1, Birgit
Hausmann1, Mughees Khan1, Yinan Zhang1, Philip
Hemmer2, Marko Loncar1; 1Harvard Univ., USA,
2
Texas A&M Univ., USA. We describe room temperature CW and pulsed spectroscopic studies of
a high-flux source of single photons based on the
fluorescence of an individual Nitrogen-Vacancy
color center in a diamond nanowire antenna.
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Nonlinear Distortions Induced by Non-Idealities of Integrated Silicon Waveguides in Analog
Optical Links, Lin Zhang1, Jian Wang1, Muping
Song2, Yang Yue1, Yinying Xiao-Li1, Raymond G.
Beausoleil3, Alan E. Willner1; 1Univ. of Southern
California, USA, 2Zhejiang Univ., China, 3HP Labs,
USA. We analyze nonlinear distortions caused
by integrated silicon strip waveguides for analog
applications. Performance degradations due to
interactions of nonlinear Kerr effects, chromatic
dispersion and carrier dynamics are discussed.
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Coherent Fiber Combining by Digital Holography, Cindy Bellanger1, M. Paurisse2, A. Brignon1, J.
Colineau1, J. P. Huignard1, M. Hanna2, F. Druon2, P.
Georges2; 1Thales Res. and Technology, France, 2Lab
Charles Fabry de l’Inst. d’Optique, Univ. Paris-Sud,
France. We present and demonstrate a technique
for coherent beam combining of fibre amplifiers
using phase conjugation by digital holography. The
method is also applied to realize beam correction
on multimode and multicore fibers.
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John Crane; Lawrence Livermore
Natl. Lab, USA, Presider
10:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Darrell Armstrong; Sandia Natl.
Labs, USA, Presider
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High Energy 13.9 nm Table-Top Soft X-Ray
Laser Operating at 2.5 Hz Repetition Rate,
David A. Alessi, Dale H. Martz, Brad M. Luther,
Yong Wang, Mark A. Berrill, David J. Kemp, Dinesh
Patel, Carmen S. Menoni, Jorge J. Rocca; Colorado
State Univ., USA. We have demonstrated table-top
generation of λ = 13.9 nm laser pulses with 7μJ
energy at 2.5Hz from nickel-like ions in a lasercreated plasma that will enable new applications of
coherent soft X-ray light on a table-top.
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Optical Parametric Oscillators: A New Generation, Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh; ICFO, Spain. Progress in continuous-wave and ultrafast femtosecond
optical parametric oscillators, covering spectral
regions from 250 nm in the ultraviolet to 5 μm
in the infrared, using novel design concepts and
advanced laser pump sources is reviewed.
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High-Energy, Picosecond, Cryogenic Yb:YAG
Chirped-Pulse Amplifier at kHz Repetition
Rates for OPCPA Pumping, Kyung-Han Hong1,
Juliet Gopinath2, Darren Rand2, Aleem Siddiqui1,
Shu-Wei Huang1, Enbang Li3, Benjamin Eggleton3,
John Hybl2, Tso Yee Fan2, Franz X. Kärtner1; 1MIT,
USA, 2MIT Lincoln Lab, USA, 3CUDOS, School
of Physics, Univ. of Sydney, Australia. We report
on the development of a 50-mJ-class ~10-ps
chirped-pulse amplifier at kHz repetition rates
using cryogenic Yb:YAG regenerative and multipass amplifiers. The system is well suited as pump
laser for kHz high-average-power ultra-broadband
OPCPAs.
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Efficient, High-Power, 16-GHz, Picosecond
Optical Parametric Oscillator Pumped by an
81-MHz Fiber Laser, Omid Kokabee1, Adolfo
Esteban-Martin1, Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1,2; 1ICFO,
Spain, 2ICREA, Spain. We report the generation
of 16-GHz repetition-rate picosecond pulses in
an optical parametric oscillator synchronously
pumped by an 81-MHz Yb fiber laser, providing 650 mW of average power tunable over
1.45-1.75 μm.
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CEP-Locked Three-Color Parametric System
for “Perfect Wave” Synthesis, Tadas Balčiūnas1,
Giedrius Andriukaitis1, Oliver D. Mücke1, Aart
J. Verhoef1, Audrius Pugžlys1, Andrius Baltuška1,
Darius Mikalauskas2, Linas Giniūnas2, Romualdas
Danielius2, Ronald Holzwarth3; 1Vienna Univ. of
Technology, Austria, 2Light Conversion Ltd., Lithuania, 3Menlo Systems GmbH, Germany. The relative
and absolute phases of femtosecond 1.03-μm
pump, 1.55-μm signal and 3.09-μm idler pulses
are stabilized paving the way for the generation
of optimized driver waveforms for higher-orderharmonic generation and electron impulsive
momentum transfer.
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Management of Thermal Effects in High Average
Power Pulsed Optical Parametric Oscillators,
Antoine Godard1, Myriam Raybaut1, Thomas
Schmid1, Michel Lefebvre1, Anne-Marie Michel2,
Michel Péalat2; 1ONERA - the French Aerospace
Lab, France, 2SAGEM, Groupe SAFRAN, France.
We report on experimental investigation and
modelling of thermal effects in high-power
pulsed OPOs. A significant improvement of the
conversion efficiency is demonstrated when a
proper temperature gradient is applied to the
nonlinear crystal.
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Laser Fusion for Laser Jocks: Basic Principles of
a Laser Application Meeting a Grand Challenge,
Jonathan D. Zuegel; Lab for Laser Energetics, Univ.
of Rochester, USA. Controlled nuclear fusion has
long been sought as a global energy source and ignition of a laser fusion target will soon be realized.
Fundamentals and requirements for this ultimate
laser application will be presented.
Jonathan Zuegel received the B.S. and the M.Eng.
degrees in electrical engineering from Cornell
University in 1983 and 1984, respectively, and
the Ph.D. degree in optics from The Institute of
Optics at the University of Rochester in 1996 after
serving in the U.S. Navy. He joined the Laboratory
for Laser Energetics in 1996. He has led the Laser
Technology Development Group since 2001 and
was promoted to Senior Scientist in 2005. His
research interests include the solid-state lasers,
electro-optics and laser diagnostics. Dr. Zuegel
chaired the Advanced Solid State Photonics topical
meeting and is currently the OSA Technical Group
Chair for Laser Systems.
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Fusion Energy: Laser Systems Required to Harness the Power of the Sun, Andy J. Bayramian, R.
J. Deri, C. A. Ebbers, A. C. Erlandson, W. A. Molander, S. B. Sutton, S. Telford, J. A. Caird; Lawrence
Livermore Natl. Lab, USA. Laser systems deployed
in Inertial Fusion Energy power plants will usher
in space qualified laser engineering and materials
on a massive scale. Understanding subsystem
efficiencies and component Mean Time Between
Failure (MTBF) are critical for success.
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Production of 3ps Multi-Terawatt Pulses in a
CO2 Laser System, D. Haberberger, S. Tochitsky,
C. Joshi; Univ. of California at Los Angeles, USA.
15TW picosecond 10μm laser pulses are obtained
at the UCLA Neptune Laboratory achieving record
CO2 laser power. This peak power opens unique
opportunities for applications in high-field experiments in the mid-IR range.
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High Contrast Grating Based Saturable Absorber for Mode-Locked Lasers, Weijian Yang1,
Forrest Sedgwick1, Zhigang Zhang2, Connie J.
Chang-Hasnain1; 1Dept. of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Sciences, Univ. of California at
Berkeley, USA, 2State Key Lab of Advanced Optical Communication Systems and Networks, School
of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science,
Peking Univ., China. A novel semiconductor saturable absorber based on high contrast grating is
investigated for the first time. The extremely broad
reflection band, low saturation fluence, and large
design flexibility make it useful in mode-locked
femtosecond lasers.
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Low-Power High-Speed Silicon Microdisk
Modulators, William A. Zortman, Michael R.
Watts, Douglas C. Trotter, Ralph W. Young, Anthony L. Lentine; Sandia Natl. Labs, USA. A novel
silicon microdisk modulator with “error-free” ~3
femtojoule/bit modulation at 12.5Gbs has been
demonstrated. Modulation with a 1 volt swing
allows for compatibility with current and future
digital logic CMOS electronics.
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Single-Sideband Modulation of Vector Signals
Based on an Injection-Locked DFB Laser in
60-GHz RoF Systems, Cheng Zhang, Cheng Hong,
Peng Guo, Jun Duan, Weiwei Hu, Zhangyuan Chen;
Peking Univ., China. We experimentally demonstrate vector signals transmission over 60-GHz
RoF systems using single-sideband modulation
based on an injection-locked DFB laser. Both
1-Gb/s QPSK and 1.2-Gb/s 16QAM transmission
over 50-km SSMF are realized successfully.
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Very Low Threshold of Amplified Spontaneous Emission in II-VI Colloidal Quantum
Dots at Low Exciton Number, Cuong H. Dang,
Arto V. Nurmikko; Brown Univ., USA. We demonstrate amplified spontaneous emission from
close-packed, II-VI QD thin-films at record low
threshold excitation energy corresponding to ~1.2
effective exciton per QD. Photon statistics from
single QDs illustrates excitonic interactions at
lasing threshold excitation.
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420 fs Pulses from an Ultrafast Laser Inscribed
Waveguide Laser Utilizing a Carbon Nanotube
Saturable Absorber, Stephen J. Beecher1, Robert
R. Thomson1, Nicholas D. Psaila1, Ajoy K. Kar1,
Zhipei Sun2, Tawfique Hasan2, Alex Rozhin2, Andrea C. Ferrari2; 1Heriot-Watt Univ., UK, 2Univ. of
Cambridge, UK. We report the generation of 420
fs pulses of 1.56 μm light from a mode-locked
ultrafast laser inscribed Er-doped waveguide laser.
Passive mode-locking was achieved using a carbon
nanotube saturable absorber.
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Tunable High Speed Silicon Microring Modulator, Po Dong1, Shirong Liao1, Dazeng Feng1,
Hong Liang 1, Roshanak Shafiiha 1, Ning-Ning
Feng1, Guoliang Li2, Xuezhe Zheng2, Ashok V.
Krishnamoorthy2, Mehdi Asghari1; 1Kotura Inc.,
USA, 2Sun Microsystems, USA. We present a 12.5
Gbps silicon micro-ring modulator achieved by
carrier depletion in a lateral pn diode. Tunability
of the resonant wavelength is accomplished by
means of a micro-heater, with an efficiency of
2.36 mW/nm.
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Radio over Free Space Optical Link Using a
Directly Modulated Two-Electrode High Power
Tapered Laser, Michael J. Crisp1, C. H. Kwok1,
Mo Xia1, Richard V. Penty1, Ian H. White1, Nicolas
Michel2, Michel Krakowski2, M. Calligaro2, M.
Lecomte2, O. Parillaud2; 1Cambridge Univ., UK,
2
Alcatel-Thales III-V Lab, UK. The analog modulation performance of a high-power two-electrode
tapered laser is investigated. A 25dB dynamic
range for 2.4GHz 802.11g signals is achieved with
a 26dB loss budget, showing a >1km free space
range is possible.
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Femtosecond Dispersion Measurements of 1.3
µm Quantum Dot Semiconductor Optical Amplifier, Marcus Bagnell, Josue Davila-Rodriguez,
Abhijeet Ardey, Peter J. Delfyett; CREOL, College
of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida,
USA. Spectral interferometry is used to measure
the dispersion of a quantum dot semiconductor
optical amplifier under various injection current
values in the wavelength range of 1200 to 1340 nm,
spanning ground and first excited state.
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Mode Locking with Minimum Nonlinearity
Using Inverse-Gain Output Couplers, Li-Jin
Chen, Michelle Y. Sander, Franz X. Kärtner; MIT,
USA. Broadband laser mode-locking is demonstrated at greatly reduced modelocking strength
with an output coupler that compensates for gain
filtering. The concept is demonstrated with a <8fs
Ti:sapphire laser showing dramatically improved
stability and beam quality.
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Ultra Low Power Electro-Optic Modulator on
Silicon: Towards Direct Logic Driven Silicon
Modulators, Sasikanth Manipatruni, Long Chen,
Kyle Preston, Michal Lipson; Cornell Univ., USA. We
demonstrate ultra-low switching energy (9.4 fJ/
bit), ultra-low swing voltage (150 mV peak-peak)
electro-optic modulation in a 2.5 µm radius silicon
ring modulator. These results can enable direct
logic driven, driverless silicon modulators.
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Quasi-Passive and Reconfigurable Node for
Optical Access Network, She-Hwa Yen1, Mihir
Tendulkar1, John Jameson1, Shinji Yamashita2,
Yoshio Nishi1, Olav Solgaard1, Leonid Kazovsky1;
1
Stanford Univ., USA, 2Fujitsu Labs, Japan. We
propose a quasi-passive reconfigurable power/
wavelength distribution device for optical access
network. It can adapt to deployment condition
and optimize the energy consumption. Novel tristate non-volatile optical switches are designed to
preserve the semi-passive operation.
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Photoluminescence Emission in Deep Ultraviolet Region from GaN/AlN Asymmetric-Coupled
Quantum Wells, Guan Sun1, Suvranta K. Tripathy1, Yujie J. Ding1, Guangyu Liu1, G. S. Huang1,
Hongping Zhao1, Nelson Tansu1, Jacob B. Khurgin2;
1
Lehigh Univ., USA, 2Johns Hopkins Univ., USA.
Deep ultraviolet photoluminescence peaks up
to 5.1 eV with dramatically improved intensities
are observed in GaN/AlN asymmetric-coupled
quantum wells, due to recombination of electrons
in AlN coupling barriers with heavy holes in GaN
quantum wells.
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Optical Arbitrary Waveform Generation, E.
Ippen, A. Benedick, J. Birge, H. Byun, L.-J. Chen,
G. Chang, D. Chao, J. Morse, A. Motamedi, M.
Sander, G. Petrich, L. Kolodziejski, F. Kärtner; MIT,
USA. Advances in technology for optical arbitrary
waveform generation will be described. Combs
spanning two octaves, from 500nm to 2μm, based
on GHz modelocked Ti:sapphire and erbium- fiber
lasers, have been carrier-envelope stabilized and
frequency referenced.
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High-Power Thermoelectrically-Cooled and
Uncooled Mid-Wave Infrared Quantum Cascade
Lasers, Richard Maulini1, Arkadiy Lyakh1, Alexei
Tsekoun1, Christian Pflugl2, Laurent Diehl2, Federico
Capasso2, Kumar Patel1,3; 1Pranalytica, Inc., USA,
2
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard Univ., USA, 3Dept. of Physics and Astronomy,
Univ. of California at Los Angeles, USA. We present
high performance thermoelectrically-cooled and
uncooled mid-wave infrared (λ=4.6 μm) quantum cascade lasers with continuous-wave output
power of 2.9 W and 1 W at room temperature,
respectively.
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Giant Optical Birefringence Induced by Plasmonic Nano-Gratings, Yu-Ju Hung 1, Ehren
Hwang2, Tsung-Hsien Lin1, Christopher C. Davis2;
1
Natl. Sun Yat-sen Univ., Taiwan, 2Univ. of Maryland, USA. A giant birefringence effect has been
observed with PMMA surface gratings on a gold
film substrate.Surface Plasmon polaritons excited
on these nanostructured periodic surfaces are
highly anisotropic. This makes very thin waveplates (~150nm) feasible.
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Broadband Gain from a “Continuum-to-Bound”
Quantum Cascade Laser Design, Yu Yao1, Tracy
Tsai1, William O. Charles1, Jianxin Chen2, Gerard
Wysocki1, Claire F. Gmachl1; 1Princeton Univ., USA,
2
Chinese Acad. of Sciences, China. A Quantum
Cascade laser design based on “continuum-tobound” transitions with several strongly coupled
upper laser states is demonstrated, which enables
external cavity tuning over 190 cm-1 in pulsed
mode operation at 0ºC.
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Form-Birefringent Metal and Its Plasmonic
Anisotropy, Liang Feng, Zhaowei Liu, Vitaliy
Lomakin, Yeshaiahu Fainman; Univ. of California
at San Diego, USA. We constructed a form-birefringent metal exhibiting different polarizabilities
along different optical axes and its supported
optical anisotropy of surface plasmon waves. The
generated plasmonic index ellipsoid existing in reciprocal lattice space has been directly mapped.
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Widely Tunable External Cavity Interband
Cascade Laser for Spectroscopic Applications,
Tracy R. Tsai1, Igor Trofimov2, Charles W. Heaps1,
Mikhail Maiorov2, Vladimir Zeidel2, Chul Soo
Kim3, Mijin Kim3, Chadwick L. Canedy3, William
W. Bewley3, J. Ryan Lindle3, Igor Vurgaftman3,
Jerry Meyer3, Gerard Wysocki1; 1Princeton Univ.,
USA, 2AKELA Laser Corp., USA, 3NRL, USA.
We performed spectroscopy of methane using a
broadly tunable external cavity interband cascade
laser (EC-ICL). A miniaturized EC-ICL design for
field applications, with improved anti-reflection
and high-reflection coatings and new EC tuning
mechanism, is presented.
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Slow Light without Electromagnetically-Induced
Transparency: The Double-Fano Resonance Approach, Gennady Shvets, Chih-Hui Wu, Alexander
Khanikaev; Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA. A new
approach to slowing light in plasmonic structures
is proposed. We utilize the phenomenon of doubleFano resonance. Specific implementations of
such structures based on plasmonic antennas are
presented, applications outlined.
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Temperature Dependent Study of Coherently
Controlled Photocurrents Generation in Epitaxial Graphene, Dong Sun1, Charles Divin1,
Momchil Mihnev1, Clair Berger2, Walt de Heer2,
Phillip First2, Julien Rioux3, John Sipe3, Theodore
Norris1; 1Univ. of Michigan, USA, 2Georgia Tech,
USA, 3Univ. of Toronto, Canada. We study the
electron-temperature dependence of optically
injected coherently controlled ballistic currents
in epitaxial graphene by near field THz detection
in cryostat and optical pre-pulse excitation of
background hot carriers.
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Quantum Kinetics of Transport and Gain in
Quantum Cascade Lasers: Looking for the Essential Principles of Design, Andreas Wacker;
Lund Univ., Sweden. The complex interplay by
tunneling and scattering in quantum cascade lasers
is analyzed with nonequilibrium Green’s functions.
It is argued that a QCL design needs at least three
levels per period.
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Generation of Time-Bin Entangled Photon Pairs
Using Cascaded Second Order Nonlinearity
in Single Periodically-Poled Lithium Niobate
Waveguide, Myrtille Hunault1, Hiroki Takesue1,
Osamu Tadanaga 2, Yoshiki Nishida 2, Masaki
Asobe2; 1NTT Basic Res. Labs, Japan, 2NTT Photonics Labs, Japan. We report a simple scheme to
generate time-bin entangled photon pairs based
on cascaded second-order nonlinear processes
in a single periodically-poled lithium niobate
waveguide. We successfully observed two-photon
interference fringes up to 97% visibilities.
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Time-Lens for Sub-Picosecond Optical Pulse
Measurement on a Chip, Alessia Pasquazi1, Yongwoo Park1, Jose Azaña1, François Légaré2, Roberto
Morandotti1, Brent Little3, Sai T. Chu3, David Moss4;
1
Ultrafast Optical Processing Group INRS-EMT,
Canada, 2INRS-EMT, Canada, 3Infinera Corp.,
USA, 4CUDOS, School of Physics, Univ. of Sydney,
Australia. We demonstrate temporal imaging of
optical signals with sub-picosecond time features
based on four wave mixing temporal-to-frequency
domain conversion in a CMOS compatible, high
index glass waveguide.
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Towards Interfacing Dissimilar Quantum
Systems, Sergey V. Polyakov1, Andreas Muller1,
Alexander Ling1, Edward B. Flagg1, Natalia Rutter1,2,
Edward Van Keuren2, Alan L. Migdall1, Glenn S.
Solomon1; 1Joint Quantum Inst., NIST and Univ.
of Maryland, USA, 2Physics Dept., Georgetown
Univ., USA. We report on an experimental implementation of an interface between quantum dots
(QD) and parametric downconversion (PDC).
We present a PDC source compatible with QD
emission and our efforts to demonstrate such
compatibility.
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Error-Free All-Optical Demultiplexing at
160Gb/s via FWM in a Silicon Nanowire, Fangxin
Li1, Mark Pelusi1, Benjamin J. Eggleton1, Adam
Densmore2, Rubin Ma2, Siegfried Janz2, DanXia
Xu2, David J. Moss1; 1Univ. of Sydney, Australia,
2
Inst. for Microstructural Sciences, Natl. Res. Council, Canada. We demonstrate all-optical time division demultiplexing from 160Gb/s to 10Gb/s in the
C-band, based on four-wave mixing in a silicon
nanowire. We achieve error-free operation with a
system penalty of ~ 3.9dB at 10-9 BER.
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Wavefront Control by Digital Holography in an
Yb-Doped Multi-Core Fiber Amplifier, Mathieu
Paurisse, Marc Hanna, Frédéric Druon, Patrick
Georges; Lab Charles Fabry de l’Inst. d’Optique,
Univ. Paris-Sud, France. We demonstrate wavefront control of an Yb-doped multi-core fiber
amplifier using phase conjugation by digital holography. A gain of 23 dB is demonstrated with a
pulsed laser at 1064 nm.
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Telecom-Band Single Photon Switch, Matthew
A. Hall, Joseph B. Altepeter, Prem Kumar; Northwestern Univ., USA. We present a high-speed
all-optical switch for use in quantum information
processing. The demonstrated implementation is capable of operating on 1310-nm single
photons. Its performance is characterized using
polarization-entangled photon pairs.
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All-Optical Quantization Using a Chalcogenide
Waveguide: Towards on-Chip UltrahighBandwidth Analog-to-Digital Conversion, Ravi
Pant1, Chunle Xiong1, Steve Madden2, Barry L.
Davies2, Benjamin J. Eggleton1,2; 1Univ. of Sydney,
Australia, 2Australian Natl. Univ., Australia. We
investigate 8-level all-optical quantization by
broadening the pulse spectrum in a chalcogenide
(As2S3) waveguide, for 8 different power levels, and
subsequently slicing the measured spectrum using
an array of filters.
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Phase Locking an Array of Fiber Amplifiers onto
a Remote Object, Benjamin Pulford1, Thomas
Shay1, Jeff Baker2, Angel Flores1, Craig Robin1, Chris
Vergien1, Clint Zeringue1, David Gallant2, Anthony
D. Sanchez1, Chunte Lu1, Art Lucero1; 1AFRL, USA,
2
Boeing LTS Inc., USA. Experiments demonstrating a novel technique that coherently combines
an array of beams and automatically corrects for
turbulence in the beam path are presented. This
technique is insensitive to near field backscattering
from aerosols and particulates.
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Time-Domain Observation of Rabi Flopping in
a Laser, Hyunyong Choi1,2, Vasileios-Marios Gkortsas3, Laurent Diehl4, David Bour5, Scott Corzine5,
Jintian Zhu5, Gloria Höfler5, Federico Capasso4,
Franz X. Kärtner3, Theodore B. Norris2; 1Lawrence
Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA, 2Univ. of Michigan, USA,
3
MIT, USA, 4Harvard Univ., USA, 5Agilent Labs,
USA. We report direct time-domain observation
of Rabi flopping in an operating semiconductor
quantum cascade laser.
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Plasma-Mirror-Cleaned High-Contrast FewCycle Relativistic-Intensity Light Pulses, Julia
M. Mikhailova1,2,3, Laszlo Veisz1, Antonin Borot4,
Karl Schmid1, Christopher M. S. Sears1, Daniel Herrmann5, Raphael Tautz6, Alexander Buck1, Rainer
Hoerlein7, Patrick Heissler1, George Tsakiris1, Ferenc
Krausz1,7; 1Max-Planck-Inst. für Quantenoptik, Germany, 2Intl. Laser Ctr., M. V. Lomonosov Moscow
State Univ., Russian Federation, 3General Physics
Inst., Russian Acad. of Sciences, Russian Federation,
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Lab d’Optique Appliquée, École Polytechnique,
France, 5Lehrstuhl für BioMolekulare Optik,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ., Germany, 6Ctr. for
Nanoscience, Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ., Germany,
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Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ., Germany. A plasma
mirror is shown to enhance the intensity contrast
of 8fs multiterawatt light pulses by 2.5 orders
of magnitude, while keeping the pulse duration
unchanged. High reflectivity and improved nearfield beam quality are demonstrated.
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Tunable Intracavity up-Converted Optical
Parameteric Oscillator by Cascaded Adiadbatic
Sum Frequency Generation, Gil Porat1, Haim
Suchowski2, Yaron Silberberg2, Ady Arie1; 1Tel Aviv
Univ., Israel, 2Weizmann Inst. of Science, Israel.
We experimentally demonstrate efficient tunable
up-conversion by cascading optical oscillation and
wide-band adiabatic sum frequency generation in
a single nonlinear crystal, yielding red light tunable
over a 6.2nm wavelength band.
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Double Self-Compression of Femtosecond
Pulses in Filaments, Carsten Bree 1,2 , Jens
Bethge 2, Stefan Skupin 3,4, Luc Bergé 5, Ayhan
Demircan1, Günter Steinmeyer2; 1Weierstraß-Inst.
für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik, Germany,
2
Max-Born-Inst., Germany, 3Max-Planck-Inst. für
Physik Komplexer Systeme, Germany, 4Inst. für
Festkörpertheorie und -Optik, Friedrich-SchillerUniv., Germany, 5CEA-DAM, DIF, France. We
discuss pulse-splitting-isolation cycles as the
origin of pulse self-compression in filaments.
These cycles can be cascaded in a single gas-filled
cell, giving rise to tenfold compression. XFROG
spectrograms provide experimental evidence for
double self-compression.
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Optical Parametric Oscillation in a High-Index
Doped Silica Glass Micro-Ring Resonator, Luca
Razzari1,2, David Duchesne1, Marcello Ferrera1,
Roberto Morandotti1, Sai Chu3, Brent Little3, David
Moss4; 1INRS-EMT, Canada, 2Dept. di Elettronica,
Univ. di Pavia, Italy, 3Infinera Corp., USA, 4CUDOS,
School of Physics, Univ. of Sydney, Australia. We
demonstrate a CMOS-compatible, integrated
optical parametric oscillator in a high-index doped
silica glass ring resonator. We obtain lasing with
wavelength spacings from 200 GHz to > 6THz,
with a threshold as low as 54mW.
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Modulation, Ran Xin, Jonathan D. Zuegel; Univ.
of Rochester, USA. A 10.5-kHz train of 2.5-ns optical pulses with 1.15-nm bandwidth centered at
1053-nm suitable for seeding chirped-pulse amplification is produced in a programmable, all-fiber
system through direct phase modulation.
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Yb-Fiber-Pumped Mid-Infrared Optical Parametric Oscillator, S. Chaitanya Kumar1, Ritwick
Das1, Goutam Kumar Samanta1, Majid EbrahimZadeh1,2; 1ICFO, Spain, 2ICREA, Spain. We report
stable, continuous-wave, mid-infrared opticalparametric-oscillator based on MgO:PPLN,
pumped by Yb-fiber-laser, generating total power
of 17.5W at 61% extraction efficiency, in TEM00(
M2Idler<1.24,M2Signal<1.24) spatial mode with peakpeak idler power stability of 5% over 14 hours.
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Montana State University, Bozeman, in 1995,
and his Ph.D. in Applied Science at Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory from University
of California, Davis in 2000. Following school,
Andy immediately accepted a position as the lead
scientist on the Mercury laser project at Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), a high
average power diode pumped solid state laser
testbed for fusion driver technology. He is currently working on several aspects of the Laser
Inertial Fusion Energy (LIFE) project at LLNL.
Andy’s interests include applied research in laser
optical materials, diode pumped solid state lasers,
and LIFE research and technologies. Dr. Andy
Bayramian can be reached at [email protected]
gov. A listing of current projects of interest can
be found at https://lasers.llnl.gov/.
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Active-Mirror Laser for Ten-Kilowatts, Hiroaki
Furuse1, Junji Kawanaka2, Noriaki Miyanaga2,
Taku Saiki1, Kazuo Imasaki1, Masayuki Fujita1,
Kenji Takeshita3, Shinya Ishii3, Yasukazu Izawa1;
1
Inst. for Laser Technology, Japan, 2Inst. of Laser
Engineering, Osaka Univ., Japan, 3Mitsubishi Heavy
Industries, Japan. We report a new compact high
power laser system using zig-zag optical path
based on the cryogenic Yb:YAG total-reflection
active-mirror laser for ten-kilowatts. The thermal
analyses of the laser have also been discussed.
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JThE1
What Can Be Observed from Surface Plasmon
Spectral Interference? Qiaoqiang Gan1, Yongkang
Gao1, Lin Zhu2, Filbert Bartoli1; 1Lehigh Univ., USA,
2
Clemson Univ., USA. A far-field experiment was
presented to observe the SPP spectral interference
and reveal the SPP contribution in the interaction
between the nano-objects, and directly address the
key issue of a debate raised in Nature Physics.
JThE2
Radiative Decay Engineering of Direct Bandgap
Emission in Silver Ion-Implanted Polarized
Silicon Quantum Dots, Akhilesh Singh1, Karol
Gryczynski1, Arup Neogi1, Moon Kim2; 1Univ. of
North Texas, USA, 2Univ. of Texas at Dallas, USA.
Emission from low energy Silver ion implanted
crystalline silicon quantum dots can be enhanced
due to enhanced radiative recombination induced
by polarization of the dots and metal induced
local field effects.
JThE3
Guided Subwavelength Slow-Light Mode Supported by a Periodic Plasmonic Waveguide,
Liu Yang, Changjun Min, Georgios Veronis;
Louisiana State Univ., USA. We introduce periodic
plasmonic waveguides which support a guided
subwavelength slow-light mode over a very broad
range of frequencies. The structure consists of a
metal-dielectric-metal waveguide side-coupled
to a periodic array of metal-dielectric-metal stub
resonators.
JThE4
Silicon-Based Plasmonic Waveguides Interfaced
to Silicon Photonic Platform, Shawn M. B.
Sederberg, Vien Van, Abdul Y. Elezzabi; Univ. of
Alberta, Canada. A silicon-based plasmonic waveguide is designed, fabricated and characterized.
A propagation distance of 2.00μm at λ=1550nm
was measured and the coupling efficiency to the
silicon-on-insulator platform was 38.0%. Scans of
telecommunication wavelengths are presented.
Thursday, May 20
JThE5
Subwavelength Silicon Hybrid Plasmonic Waveguides and Components, Marcelo Wu, Vien Van;
Univ. of Alberta, Canada. Subwavelength hybrid
plasmonic waveguides, s-bends and power splitters
are demonstrated on a SOI platform. A long plasmonic waveguide propagation length of 40μm and
highly efficient coupling to Si photonic waveguides
were achieved using simple tapers.
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Extraordinary Transmission in the UV Range
from Sub-Wavelength Slits on Semiconductors, Maria Antonietta Vincenti1, Domenico de
Ceglia1, Milan C. Buncick1, Neset Akozbek2, Mark
J. Bloemer2, Michael Scalora2; 1AEgis Technologies
Group Inc., USA, 2Charles M. Bowden Res. Ctr.,
USA. Accessing the part of the spectrum where
semiconductors behave like metals leads to extraordinary transmission in the UV regime and
enhanced nonlinear plasmonic phenomena in the
UV and soft X-ray wavelengths.
JThE7
Validation of the Parallel Three-Dimensional
Solver for Analysis of Optical Plasmonic BiPeriodic Multilayer Nanostructures, Xingjie Ni1,
Zhengtong Liu1, Alexandra Boltasseva1,2, Alexander
V. Kildishev1; 1Purdue Univ., USA, 2Technical
Univ. of Denmark, Denmark. Fundamentals of
the three-dimensional spatial harmonic analysis
(SHA) approach are reviewed, and the advantages
of a fast-converging formulation versus the initial
formulation are emphasized with examples using
periodic plasmonic nanostructures.
JThE8
Control of Nano-Scale Plasmon in Time and
Space Using Pulse Shaped Femtosecond Laser,
Takuya Harada1, Keiichiro Matsuishi1, Naoko
Sugiura1, Yu Oishi1, Keisuke Isobe2, Akira Suda2,
Hideaki Mizuno3, Atsushi Miyawaki3, Katsumi
Midorikawa2, Fumihiko Kannari1; 1Dept. of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Keio Univ.,
Japan, 2Laser Technology Lab, RIKEN, Japan,
3
Lab for Cell Functon Dynamics, RIKEN, Japan.
We demonstrate spatio-temporal control of local
plasmon on Au nano-rods with different aspect
ratios irradiated by pulse shaped femtosecond
laser. This technique could form a novel nanoscale reaction field.
JThE9
Broadband Waveguide QED System on a Chip,
Qimin Quan, Irfan Bulu, Jennifer T. Choy, Marko
Loncar; Harvard Univ., USA. We demonstrate a
slot waveguide provides a broad-band, loss-free
platform suitable for applications in quantum
optics. The strong coupling between light quanta
and quantum emitter can be achieved with Purcell
factor larger than 200.
JThE10
Twisted Chains of Resonant Nanoparticles:
Polarization Control, Waveguidance and Radiation, Derek A. Van Orden, Yeshaiahu Fainman,
Vitaliy Lomakin; Univ. of California at San Diego,
USA. Linear arrays of resonant nanoparticles
that are sequentially rotated about the array axis
display interesting polarization sensitive optical
properties. Such “twisted” arrays support two
transverse modes with distinct waveguidance and
radiation properties.
JThE11
Ultrafast Hot Electron Relaxation in a Metal
Nanostructure Detected by FemtosecondSNOM, Zhi Li, Song Yue, Jianjun Chen, Qihuang
Gong; Peking Univ., China. Ultrahigh spatiotemporal resolved pump-probe signal on a metal nanostructure is detected by femtosecond-SNOM. By
using two-color pump-probe configuration, ultrafast hot electron transportation is clearly observed
on a time scale of a few hundred femtoseconds.
JThE12
Ab initio Theory of the Whispering Gallery
Mode Carousel Phenomenon, Joel T. Rubin, Lev
I. Deych; Dept. of Physics, Queens College CUNY,
USA. A model of the optomechanical interaction
of a nanoparticle and a spherical Whispering Gallery Mode microresonator is derived. The theory
furnishes exact equations of motion and describes
the observed circular orbits of the particle.
JThE13
Light Tunneling in Multi-Layered PhotonicPlasmonic Nanostructures, Alp Artar, Ahmet Yanik, Hatice Altug; Boston Univ., USA. Photonic and
plasmonic interactions in multi-layered plasmonic
crystals, formed by coupling nanohole-nanoparticle arrays, are investigated. The hybrid structure
exhibits extraordinary optical transmission as in
single layer nanohole arrays and supports FabryPerot mode with improved sensitivity.
JThE14
Controlling the Anti-Crossing between Localized Surface Plasmons and Surface Plasmon
Polaritons, Yizhuo Chu, Kenneth B. Crozier;
Harvard Univ., USA. We study a structure consisting of a gold disk array, an SiO2 spacer and a gold
film. We study the effect of spacer thickness on
the anti-crossing between localized plasmons and
surface plasmon polaritons.
JThE15
Surface Enhanced Raman Study of the Interaction of PEDOT:PSS with Silver and Gold
Nanoparticles, Anne M. Kelley, Marina StavytskaBarba; Univ. of California at Merced, USA. Surface
enhanced Raman spectroscopy is used to characterize the interaction of PEDOT:PSS, a polymer
blend widely used as a hole-transporting electrode
coating in organic polymer photovoltaic cells, with
plasmonically active metal nanoparticles.
JThE16
Multi-Photon Excited UV Luminescence of ZnO
Nanorods after Irradiation with Few-nJ Femtosecond Laser Pulses, Susanta K. Das1, Daragh
Byrne2, Enda McGlynn2, Martin Bock1, Ruediger
Grunwald1; 1Max-Born-Inst. for Nonlinear Optics
and Short-Pulse Spectroscopy, Germany, 2School
of Physical Sciences, Dublin City Univ., Ireland.
Highly efficient two-photon-absorption induced
defect-level-emission-free UV luminescence of
ZnO nanorods grown by vapor phase transport
was demonstrated with sub-20 fs, few-nJ pulses extracted from a Ti:sapphire laser oscillator. Potential
applications in phototherapy are discussed.
JThE17
Grating Coupling with Hybrid Plasmonic/Dielectric Structure Efficiently Converts Light to
Surface Plasmons, Philip D. Flammer1, Thomas
E. Furtak1, Charles G. Durfee1, Reuben T. Collins1,
Russell E. Hollingsworth2; 1Colorado School of
Mines, USA, 2ITN Energy Systems, Inc., USA. We
present simulation and experimental results of
a hybrid plasmonic/dielectric waveguide with a
grating, which efficiently converts radiation to
surface plasmons. Resonant cavities yield energy
density enhancements of 225 times the incident
energy density.
JThE18
Efficient and Robust Energy Transfer Network
in Quantum Dot Mixtures via Optical NearFields Interactions, Makoto Naruse1,2, Tadashi
Kawazoe2, Motoichi Ohtsu2; 1NICT, Japan, 2Univ. of
Tokyo, Japan. We theoretically and experimentally
investigate an optimal mixture of different-sized
quantum dots so that energy transfers via nearfield interactions are efficiently induced. We also
demonstrate the near-field interaction network
provides robustness to tolerate system errors.
JThE19
A New Insight on Laser Threshold in Devices
Operating at Nanoscale, Isabelle Robert-Philip,
Alexios Beveratos, Rémy Braive, Xavier Hachair, Isabelle Sagnes, Richard Hostein, Grégoire Beaudoin,
Luc Le Gratiet, Anne Talneau; CNRS - Lab de Photonique et de Nanostructures, France. We will present
a further understanding of the threshold transition
in lasers operating at nanoscale, by measuring the
threshold transition from a quantum, statistical
and dynamical points of view at room temperature
and telecommunication wavelengths.
JThE20
Surface Plasmon Enhanced Fluorescence Emission inside Metal Nanoshells, Xiaoyu Miao1,
Ting-Shan Luk1, Igal Brener1, Carlee Ashley2,
Shisheng Xiong2, David Peabody2, Jeffrey Brinker1;
1
Sandia Natl. Labs, USA, 2Univ. of New Mexico,
USA. We study the surface plasmon enhanced
fluorescence where an emitter is embedded in a
metal nanoshell. Both simulation and experimental results are presented.
JThE21
Plasmonic Aerogel Doped with Gold Nanoparticles, Michael D. W. Grogan1, Matthew D.
Rollings1, Limin Xiao1, William J. Wadsworth1,
Richard England2, Stefan A. Maier3, Timothy A.
Birks1; 1Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Bath, UK, 2Dept.
of Chemical Engineering, Univ. of Bath, UK, 3Dept.
of Physics, Imperial College London, UK. We have
developed a new technique to incorporate gold
nanoparticles into silica aerogel without aggregation. Such a doped “plasmonic” aerogel can
be used for nonlinear optical experiments and
plasmonic sensing.
JThE22
Goos-Hänchen Effect Enhancement by Surface
Electromagnetic Waves in Photonic Crystals,
Irina V. Soboleva 1,2, Valentina V. Moskalenko1, Andrey A. Fedyanin1; 1Faculty of Physics,
M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State Univ., Russian Federation, 2A. N. Frumkin Inst. of Physical Chemistry
and Electrochemistry, Russian Acad. of Sciences,
Russian Federation. The Goos-Hänchen effect
enhancement caused by surface electromagnetic
waves excited in one-dimensional photonic crystals is directly observed using angular spectroscopy
in Kretschmann-Raether configuration and farfield optical microscopy visualization.
JThE23
Direct Observations of UV Extraordinary
Optical Transmission and Localized Field Enhancement through Nanoslits, Qiaoqiang Gan,
Liangcheng Zhou, Volkmar Dierolf, Filbert Bartoli;
Lehigh Univ., USA. The UV extraordinary optical
transmission through nanoslit structures in the
far-field and localized field enhancement in the
near-field are both directly observed. Numerical
modeling results are also presented, showing good
agreement with the experiment results.
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Demonstration of Unconditional One-Way
Quantum Computations, Ryuji Ukai1, Noriaki
Iwata1, Yuji Shimokawa1, Seiji Charles Armstrong1,2,
Alberto Politi1,3, Jun-ichi Yoshikawa1, Peter van
Loock4, Akira Furusawa1; 1Univ. of Tokyo, Japan,
2
Australian Natl. Univ., Australia, 3Univ. of Bristol,
UK, 4Univ. Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany. We
demonstrate unconditional one-way quantum
computation experiments using a linear cluster
state of four entangled optical modes. Our results
provide a first demonstration of the fundamental
components for one-way quantum computation
with continuous variables.
JThE25
Continuous-Variable Quantum Erasure Correcting Code, Mikael Lassen1, Metin Sabuncu1,2,
Alexander Huck1, Julian Niset3,4, Nicolas Cerf3,
Gerd Leuchs2,5, Ulrik Andersen1; 1Technical Univ. of
Denmark, Denmark, 2Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of Light, Germany, 3Quantum Information and
Communication, École Polytechnique, Univ. Libre
de Bruxelles, Belgium, 4Dept. of Physics, Hunter
College of CUNY, USA, 5Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg,
Germany. We experimentally demonstrate a
continuous variable quantum erasure-correcting
code, which protects coherent states of light against
complete erasure. The scheme encodes two coherent states into a bi-party entangled state.
JThE26
Demonstration of Unconditional Quantum
Erasing for Continuous Variables, Yoshichika
Miwa1, Ryuji Ukai1, Jun-ichi Yoshikawa1, Radim
Filip2, Peter van Loock3, Akira Furusawa1; 1Univ. of
Tokyo, Japan, 2Palacky Univ., Czech Republic, 3Univ.
Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany. We demonstrate
“undoing’’ quantum non-demolition gates by
quantum erasing. In one-way quantum computation, these operations remove unwanted nodes
from cluster states. Experimentally one mode was
removed from two-mode and four-mode cluster
state, respectively.
JThE27
High Speed True Random Number Generation
Using Chaotic Light, Wei Wei, Wenzhuo Tang,
Hong Guo; School of Electronics Engineering and
Computer Science, Peking Univ., China. Using
chaotic light, we propose a new method for true
random number generation, which is promising,
high speed, convenient and low cost. A prototype has been built up with a generation rate of
192Mbits/s.
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Efficient Planar Single-Mode Fiber-to-Chip
Coupler Based on Two-Stage Adiabatic Evolution, Anatol Khilo, Franz X. Kärtner; MIT, USA.
A novel planar two-stage adiabatic single-mode
fiber-to-chip coupler design is presented. The
combination of rib and inverse tapers allows to
make it 2-2.5 times shorter than state-of-the art
inverse taper-based couplers with similar conversion efficiency.
JThE31
Finite Difference Time Domain Studies of Plasmonic Nanostructures Across Wide Frequency
Ranges, Alexander S. McLeod; Lawrence Berkeley
Natl. Lab, USA. We present analytic models
describing the optical properties of the noble
metals at frequencies from .5-7eV. With a single
finite difference time domain calculation, these
models enable a complete spectral description of
plasmonic nano-structure properties.
JThE32
3-D AFM Characterization of the Edge Roughness of High Q Silicon Resonators, Patrick Schiavone1,2, Mickaël Martin2, Payam Alipour3, Ali Eftekhar3, Siva Yegnanarayanan3, Ali Adibi3; 1CNRS,
USA, 2Lab des Technologies de la Microélectronique,
CNRS, France, 3Georgia Tech, USA. Nanophotonic
resonators are very sensitive to surface roughness.
We investigate in detail the surface roughness, correlation length and fractal roughness exponent for
high Q silicon resonators using a 3-D AFM and
correlate to optical response.
JThE33
Hollow-Core High-Q Micro-Cavities in ThreeDimensional Photonic Crystals, Jing Ouyang,
Jian Wang, Yi Xuan, Minghao Qi; Purdue Univ.,
USA. Hollow-core micro-cavities with quality
factors up to 70,000 are designed in a 3-D photonic
crystal with only nine structural layers. A six-layer
structure with hollow cavities in the 4th layer has
been fabricated.
JThE34
Design of Ultrahigh-Q Photoinduced Cavities
in Defect-Free Photonic Crystal Slabs, Snjezana
Tomljenovic-Hanic, Snjezana Tomljenovic-Hanic,
C. Martijn de Sterke; CUDOS, School of Physics,
Univ. of Sydney, Australia. We demonstrate that
cavities with Q~107 can be designed in defect-free
photonic crystals made of photosensitive material (chalcogenide). Since the high-Q mode can
originate from an air-band, these cavities are ideal
candidates for sensing applications.
JThE35
Fiber Taper Collection of Photoluminescence
at 1.54 μm from Erbium Doped Silicon Nitride
Photonic Crystal Cavities, Gary Shambat 1,
Yiyang Gong1, Jesse Lu1, Selcuk Yerci2, Rui Li2, Luca
Dal Negro2, Jelena Vuckovic1; 1Stanford Univ., USA,
2
Boston Univ., USA. Photoluminescence at 1.54 μm
from Er-doped silicon nitride in silicon photonic
crystal cavities was extracted with 2.5x greater
efficiency compared to free space, with loaded Q
values of up to 98% of the intrinsic Q.
JThE36
Uniformity of Concentration Factor and Back
Focal Length in Molded Polymer Microlens
Arrays, Silvano Donati1, Enrico Randone1, Mohammad Fathi1, Jiun-Haw Lee2, Edoardo Charbon3,
Giuseppe Martini1; 1Univ. of Pavia, Italy, 2Natl.
Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 3Univ. of Delft, Netherlands.
An array of 32x32 polymer microlenses, 50-μm
pitch, is used in connection to an array of 6-μm
SPAD, recovering a factor C=35 in sensitivity.
Repeatability of concentration factor and back
focal length are reported.
JThE37
All-Optical Swicthing by Optical Kerr Effect
in AlGaAs Photonic Crystal Slab Waveguide,
Hisaya Oda1, Akio Yamanaka1, Naoki Ikeda2,
Yoshimasa Sugimoto2, Kiyoshi Asakawa2; 1Chitose
Inst. of Science and Technology, Japan, 2Natl. Inst.
for Material Science, Japan. We have succeeded
all-optical Mach-Zehnder type switch by optical
Kerr effect around 1550nm in AlGaAs photonic
crystal slab waveguide. We also studied nonlinear
refractive index n’2 in this waveguide.
JThE38
Theory of Mechanical Displacement Measurement Using a Multiple Cavity Mode Transducer,
Jens M. Dobrindt, Tobias J. Kippenberg; MaxPlanck-Inst. of Quantum Optics, Germany. We
present an optomechanical displacement transducer that features three cavity modes coupled
to a mechanical oscillator. Matching the modes’
frequency spacing to the mechanical resonance
frequency reduces the input power necessary to
reach the SQL.
JThE39
Plasmonic Waves to Electrical Current Conversion for Integrated Plasmonic-Electronic
Circuits, Mingxia Gu, Ping Bai, Hong Son Chu,
Er-Ping Li; Inst. of High Performance Computing,
Singapore. A novel ultra-compact THz-bandwidth
plasmon-to-electron converter is reported for
hybrid plasmon-electron integrated circuits. 20%
of the optical power from plasmonic waveguide
can be converted to photocurrent via a nanoscale
active volume of 50×50×130nm3.
JThE40
Narrow Beam Radiation from a CMOS Compatible Leaky Wave Optical Antenna, Qi Song, Ozdal
Boyraz, Filippo Capolino; Univ. of California at
Irvine, USA. CMOS compatible leaky wave optical
antennas are proposed and analyzed for electronically controlled radiation pattern generation. Very
directive far field radiation pattern (>15dB) is
generated from a Si3N4 leaky wave antenna with
silicon periodic perturbations.
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Multi-Channel Superconducting Nanowire
Single Photon Detector System with High
Detection Efficiency, Taro Yamashita1, Shigehito
Miki1, Mikio Fujiwara2, Masahide Sasaki2, Zhen
Wang1; 1Kansai Advanced Res. Ctr., NICT, Japan,
2
NICT, Japan. We report a development of a multichannel superconducting nanowire single photon
detector system, which showed the high detection
efficiency over 10% at 100 Hz dark count rate and
the wavelength of 1550 nm.
JThE29
Experimental Implementation of Optimum
Unambiguous and Maximum-Confidence Discrimination of Two Single Photon Mixed States,
Oliver Benson, Gesine Steudle, Sebastian Knauer,
Ulrike Herzog; Humboldt Univ. Berlin, Germany.
We introduce experimental implementations of
optimum unambiguous and maximum-confidence discrimination of two mixed states. Linear
optics and polarization states of single photons
from a true single-photon source based on a
semiconductor quantum dot are utilized.
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Modeling of a 10GHz SiGe HBT EO Modulator, Shengling Deng, Tuhin Guha Neogi, Joseph
Novak, John McDonald, Z. Rena Huang; Rensselaer
Polytechnic Inst., USA. The modeling of an EO
modulator based on SiGe Heterojunction Bipolar
Transistor is presented. The device exhibits 10GHz
speed with a Pi-phase shift length of 74 microns.
The total propagation loss is less than 4dB.
JThE42
Low Chromatic Dispersion of ±16 ps(nm∙km)
over a 550-nm Wavelength Range Using a Strip/
Slot Hybrid Silicon Waveguide, Lin Zhang1, Yang
Yue1, Yinying Xiao-Li1, Raymond G. Beausoleil2,
Alan E. Willner1; 1Univ. of Southern California,
USA, 2HP Labs, USA. We propose a dispersionflattened silicon waveguide that exhibits a flat and
near-zero dispersion within ±16 ps/nm/km over
a 550-nm wavelength range. Averaged dispersion
can be shifted from negative to positive with
almost the same flatness.
JThE43
Solving Dielectric and Plasmonic Dispersion
Equations on a Pocket Calculator, Rohan D.
Kekatpure, Aaron C. Hryciw, Edward S. Barnard,
Mark L. Brongersma; Geballe Lab of Advanced Materials, Stanford Univ., USA. We present an accurate
analytical technique for rapid and automated design of multilayer-waveguide-based nano-optical
devices. The method allows arbitrary-precision
mode-index calculations for dielectric and plasmonic waveguides, and can be implemented on
a pocket calculator.
JThE44
Titania-Clad Microresonators on SOI With
Athermal Performance, Payam Alipour, Amir
Hossein Atabaki, Ali Asghar Eftekhar, Ali Adibi;
Georgia Tech, USA. We propose the use of titanium dioxide as cladding material to reduce the
temperature sensitivity of silicon-based microresonators. The advantages of using titanium dioxide
over the conventional alternatives are discussed,
and experimental results are presented.
Thursday, May 20
JThE45
The Evolution of Photoinduced Photonic Crystal Cavities during Writing, Michael W. Lee1,
Christian Grillet1, Snjezana Tomljenovic-Hanic1,
David J. Moss1, Benjamin J. Eggleton1, Xin Gai2,
Steve Madden2, Duk-Yong Choi2, Douglas Bulla2,
Barry Luther-Davies2; 1CUDOS, School of Physics,
Univ. of Sydney, Australia, 2CUDOS, Laser Physics
Ctr., Australian Natl. Univ., Australia. We present
results showing the formation and evolution of a
photonic crystal cavity during writing by selective
optical exposure in a photosensitive chalcogenide
photonic crystal. Q-factors of up to 125,000 were
obtained in these cavities.
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JThE46
Contra-Directional Coupling between TE and
TM Modes in Asymmetric Photonic Crystal
Waveguides, Juraj Topolancik1, Zao Liu1, Rob B.
Ilic2; 1Northeastern Univ., USA, 2Cornell Nanoscale
Facility, Cornell Univ., USA. Coupling between the
fundamental TE- and TM-like modes in a photonic crystal waveguide is investigated. Coupling is
achieved by introducing transverse and vertical
asymmetries into the periodic guiding layer.
Polarization-insensitive narrow-band filtering
behavior is demonstrated.
JThE47
Novel Nanowire Cavity Using Cut-off Mode
Reflector, Thai-Truong Tran1, Connie J. ChangHasnain2; 1Applied Science and Technology Group,
Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA, 2EECS Dept.,
Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA. Free-standing
nanowire-cavities, having a low index contrast
with their substrate, typically have low Q-factors
because of the lack of reflective bottom mirrors. A
novel method facilitating a high-reflection bottom
mirror using cut-off mode is presented.
JThE48
Waveguide Integrated Plasmonic Devices, Irfan
Bulu, Qimin Quan, Fatih Degirmenci, Mughees
Khan, Federico Capasso, Marko Loncar; School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard Univ.,
USA. We theoretically study waveguide-integrated
plasmonic nano-antennas. The device consists of
a nano-antenna coupled to a slot-waveguide. We
show that spontaneous emission rate is enhanced
by three orders of magnitude and nano-antenna
efficiently couples to waveguide.
JThE49
Evanescent Excitation of Plasmonic Nanodisks
Using Hybrid Guided Wave Silicon Nitride
Structures, Maysamreza Chamanzar, Ehsan Shah
Hosseini, Sivay Yegnanarayanan, Ali Adibi; Georgia
Tech, USA. We propose a hybrid scheme in which
light is coupled into gold nanodisks from a silicon
nitride waveguide or travelling wave resonator.
Large field enhancements in the vicinity of the
nanodisk resonator can be achieved.
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JThE50
PMD and OSNR Insensitive 40-Gb/s OOK/
DPSK Chromatic Dispersion Monitoring Using
a Delay-Line Interferometer and a <10-GHz
Photodetector, Jeng-Yuan Yang, Mohammad R.
Chitgarha, Lin Zhang, Alan E. Willner; Dept. of
Electrical Engineering, Univ. of Southern California, USA. We experimentally demonstrate a CD
monitoring technique utilizing a delay-line interferometer and <10-GHz photodetector for 40-Gb/s
OOK/DPSK. Spectral shift of RF dip changing with
up to 560-ps/nm-CD is measured insensitive to
23-ps-DGD and <15-dB-OSNR.
JThE51
Signed Chromatic Dispersion Monitoring for
DPSK Signal Based on Delay-Tap Sampling,
Jian Zhao1, Alan Lau2, Zhaohui Li1, Chao Lu1, H.
Tam2; 1Photonics Res. Ctr., Dept. of Electronic and
Information Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic
Univ., Hong Kong, 2Photonics Res. Ctr., Dept. of
Electrical Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic
Univ., Hong Kong. We demonstrated a signed
chromatic dispersion (CD) monitoring method for
NRZ-DPSK signals based on delay-tap sampling
technique. The monitoring range can reach from
-425ps/nm to 425ps/nm and the monitoring
sensitivity is ±8ps/nm.
JThE52
Chromatic Dispersion Monitoring of 40-Gb/s
OOK Data Using Optical VSB Filtering at High
Frequency, Jeng-Yuan Yang, Mohammad R.
Chitgarha, Lin Zhang, Alan E. Willner; Dept. of
Electrical Engineering, Univ. of Southern California, USA. We experimentally demonstrate a CD
monitoring technique for a 40-Gb/s OOK data
by measuring the pulse pattern after optical VSB
filtering centered at high frequency. A 142.2-ps
delay of the pattern changes with 0~400-ps/nm
dispersion.
JThE57
Simultaneous Two-Channel Wavelength Conversion of 40-Gbit/s DPSK WDM Signals without
Additional Pumps, Xiaoxia Wu, Hao Huang, Jian
Wang, Xue Wang, Omer F. Yilmaz, Scott R. Nuccio,
Alan Willner; Univ. of Southern California, USA.
We experimentally demonstrate simultaneous
two-channel wavelength conversion of 40-Gbit/s
RZ-DPSK signals using four-wave mixing in
highly nonlinear fiber without additional pumps,
with power penalty of <1 dB as channel spacing
varies from 200GHz to 1THz.
JThE53
Simultaneously Transmitter Chirp and Chromatic Dispersion Monitoring of OOK Data
Using First and Second Optical Harmonics of the
Data Clock Tones, Mohammadreza Chitgarha,
Jeng-Yuan Yang, Alan Willner; Univ. of Southern
California, USA. We experimentally demonstrate
a simultaneously transmitter chirp and chromatic
dispersion monitoring technique utilizing the
first and second optical harmonics of a RZ-OOK
data. Monitored results of modulator typical chirp
dispersion of 0~400-ps/nm are obtained.
JThE58
Optimizing RZ 40-Gbit/s Fiber Transmission
System Performance when Utilizing SOA-Based
DXPM Wavelength Converters, Irfan M. Fazal1,
Salman Khaleghi1, Omer F. Yilmaz1, Jeng-Y Yang1,
Lin Zhang1, Anajali Agarwal2, Ron Menendez2,
Janet Jackel2, Alan E. Willner1; 1Univ. of Southern
California, USA, 2Telcordia Technologies, USA. We
experimentally demonstrate the effect of negative chirp produced by SOA-MZI DXPM-based
wavelength convertor at 40-Gb/s 33%-RZ in a
80-km dispersion-compensated SMF link. >2-dB
performance improvement is achieved by adding
positive residual dispersion of +30ps/nm.
Advanced Formats
JThE54
Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying for Spectrally
Efficient and Dispersion Tolerant Optical Communications, Bishara Shamee, Louis Christen,
Scott Nuccio, Jeng-Yuan Yang, Alan Willner; Univ.
of Southern California, USA. Gaussian Minimum
Shift Keying (GMSK) is a spectrally efficient phase
modulation based on the gaussian shaping of the
transmitted phase. We simulate GMSK dispersion
tolerance at 40 Gbps and measure back-to-back
BER at 2.5 Gbps.
Wavelength Converters
JThE55
System Design Guidelines When Utilizing
Chirp-Inducing Wavelength Converters in
a Fiber Transmission System, Salman Khaleghi1, Irfan M. Fazal1, Lin Zhang1, Janet Jackel2,
Anjali Agarwal2, Ronald C. Menendez2, Alan E.
Willner1; 1Univ. Of Southern California, USA,
2
Telcordia Technologies, USA. We simulate an
arbitrary-chirp-waveform -generator to explore
the fiber-transmission-performance of chirpinducing-devices output. If the chirp is symmetric
around the center, the signal is ~3dB more-robustto-dispersion. Chirp peak on edges results in ~2dB
improvement at high-power.
JThE56
Broadband Multi-Wavelength Light Source
Generation Using a Single Phase Modulator in
a Loop, Jing Yang1, Changyuan Yu1,2; 1Natl. Univ.
of Singapore, Singapore, 2RF and Optical Dept.,
A*STAR Inst. for Infocomm Res., Singapore. We
propose a scheme on broadband multi-wavelength
light source generation based on phase modulation
in a ring. 125-channel light source with channel
spacing of 10-GHz is demonstrated using a single
phase modulator in a loop.
Regeneration
JThE59
Nonlinear Phase-Shift Compensation by a
Nonlinear Amplifying Loop Mirror, Klaus
Sponsel1,2, Christian Stephan1,2,3, Georgy Onishchukov1,3, Bernhard Schmauss3,4, Gerd Leuchs1,2,3;
1
Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of Light, Germany, 2Inst. of Optics, Information and Photonics,
Univ. Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 3Erlangen
Graduate School of Advanced Optical Technologies,
Germany, 4Inst. of Microwave Technology, Univ.
Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. The nonlinear
amplifying loop mirror as a nonlinear phase-shift
compensator for multilevel phase-encoded optical
signals is considered. Simulations of a 20 Gb/s
DQPSK transmission system showed a significant
BER improvement for post-compensation.
JThE60
Paper Withdrawn.
Digital Systems
JThE61
Single AWG Based Clock Extraction from WDM
NRZ-DPSK Signals with Mixed Bit-Rates, Yu
Yu1,2, Xinliang Zhang1, Fei Wang1, Dexiu Huang1;
1
Wuhan Natl. Lab for Optoelectronics and School of
Optoelectronic Science and Engineering, Huazhong
Univ. of Science and Technology, China, 2Ctr. for
Photonic Systems, Engineering Dept., Univ. of
Cambridge, UK. A simple and flexible simultaneous clock extraction for WDM NRZ-DPSK
signals with mixed bit-rates from 10-to-40Gb/s
is proposed and demonstrated using a single
commercial AWG. Clock recovery can be easily
achieved from the pre-processed signals.
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DPSK Receiver with Feedforward Control to
Mitigate in-Band Crosstalk and ASE Noise,
Hiroki Kawahara1,2, Naoya Kunigita1,2, Kyo Inoue1,2,3; 1Osaka Univ., Japan, 2JST, CREST, Japan,
3
NTT Basic Res. Labs, Japan. We propose and
demonstrate a scheme that suppresses degradation induced by in-band crosstalk and amplified
spontaneous emission noise in DPSK signal, using
feedforward control.
JThE63
12.5Gbps PSK Signal Detection Using 200MHz
Detector with Dual Heterodyne Mixing Method,
Tatsutoshi Shioda, Toshiaki Yamazaki, Hiroshi
Ono; Nagaoka Univ. of Technology, Japan. Novel
method for relative phase measurement between
optical longitudinal modes has been proposed
and named as “dual heterodyne mixing method”.
It was applied for 12.5GBps BPSK signal sensing
by 200MHz low-speed receiver.
JThE64
Local Oscillator Linewidth Limitation on 16
QAM Coherent Optical Transmission System,
Kailu Gao1, Junyi Wang1, Lu Yang1, Xuan He1, Daniel Peterson2, Zhongqi Pan1; 1Univ. of Louisiana at
Lafayette, USA, 2Verizon Business, USA. We studied
the LO linewidth limitation for a 16-QAM WDM
coherent system. The simulation shows that the
linewidth should be less than 500 KHz for ≥ 100
Gb/s over 300 km dispersion managed fiber link.
JThE65
Paper Withdrawn
JThE66
Low Speed Sampling in Heterodyne Optical
OFDM System, Lin Cheng, He Wen, Xiaoping
Zheng, Hanyi Zhang, Yili Guo, Bingkun Zhou;
Tsinghua Univ., China. We experimentally
demonstrate a receiving method in heterodyne
OOFDM system. With multiple channels with
delay lines, the speed requirement for electrical
devices is reduced when directly receiving the
intermediate-frequency signal. No essential deterioration is induced.
Access
JThE67
Sextuple Frequency Millimeter Signal Generation for Radio-over-Fiber (RoF) Using Dual
Drive Mach-Zehnder Modulator (DDMZM) and
SOA, Mingtao Liu, Min Zhang, Wei Yang, Peida
Ye; Key Lab of Information Photonics and Optical
Communications, Ministry of Education, Beijing
Univ. of Posts and Telecommunications, China.
A sextuple frequency millimeter wave signal
generation for RoF using a DDMZM and an SOA
has been proposed and demonstrated via simulation. A study on the effect of SOA parameters on
RoF is presented.
JThE68
Bidirectional CATV/FTTH Transport Systems
Based on a RSOA, Cheng-Ling Ying1, Ching-Hung
Chang2, Ya-Ling Houng1, Hai-Han Lu2, Wen-Shing
Tsai3, Heng-Sheng Su2; 1Jinwen Univ. of Science
and Technology, Taiwan, 2Natl. Taipei Univ. of
Technology, Taiwan, 3Mingchi Univ. of Technology,
Taiwan. A bidirectional down-link CATV/fiberto-the-home (FTTH) and up-link FTTH transport
system is proposed. By employing -1 side-mode
injection-locked and optoelectronic feedback
techniques in our system, brilliant performances
are experimentally observed in both downstream
and upstream transmissions.
JThE69
Full-Duplex CATV/ROF Transport System with
Colorless Remodulation Scheme, Ching-Hung
Chang, Wen-Yi Lin, Ching-Hsiu Huang, Peng-Chun
Peng, Hai-Han Lu; Natl. Taipei Univ. of Technology, Taiwan.A full-duplex CATV/Radio-overfiber (ROF) transport system employing a phase
modulator as wavelength reuse and remodulation
schemes is proposed and demonstrated. Good
performances were achieved for downstream and
upstream over a 20-km transmission.
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JThE70
Field Perturbations Due to Strong Coupling
and Modal Confinement in SOI Arrayed Waveguides, Michael L. Cooper, Shayan Mookherjea;
Univ. of California at San Diego, USA. We present
a method of rescaling the basis set used in coupled
mode theory for constructing the mode profiles
of silicon-on-insulator strongly coupled arrayed
waveguides to account for the fanout of the supermode decay constant.
JThE71
Integrated Optical Input Interface for SingleFlux-Quantum Circuit Buffer Memory, Satoshi
Shinada, Hirotaka Terai, Zhen Wang, Naoya Wada;
NICT, Japan. We have developed an optical input
module for single-flux-quantum (SFQ) circuit to
achieve high-speed buffer memory in the optical
packet switch. We succeeded in demonstrating
SFQ pulse generation by optical pulse input with
100-ps width.
JThE72
Spatial Spectral Interferometer for Frequency
Resolved Angle of Arrival Estimation, Zeb W.
Barber, Calvin Harrington, Wm. Randall Babbitt,
R. Krishna Mohan; Montana State Univ., USA.
Spatial-spectral materials are utilized to record
the phase and power spectra of microwave signals.
Spectral phase mapping via readout of a fiber interferometer enables precise frequency resolved time
delay and angle of arrival estimation.
JThE73
High-Speed and Low Driving Voltage LiNbO3
Optical Switch Composed of New Structure,
Yasuhiro Kuratani, Michio Kadota; Murata
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Japan. Authors realized
the optical switch satisfying high-speed response
(<10 nsec), polarization independent operation
and low driving voltage of 3 volt by constructing
a new structure on LiNbO3 substrate for the first
time in the world.
JThE74
Integrated Polarization Converters for MidInfrared Applications, Xin Xia, Christi Madsen;
Texas A&M Univ., USA. Two types of integrated
polarization converters for mid-infrared operation
were designed and fabricated, utilizing Ti-diffused
LiNbO3 waveguides. Narrowband and broadband
converters with maximum conversion efficiencies of 79% and 92% were obtained at 2 microns,
respectively.
JThE75
Effect of Gain-Dependent Phase Shift for AllOptical Tunable Mach-Zehnder Interferometers,
Nan-Kuang Chen1,2, Zhi-Zheng Feng1, Kuan-Yi Lu1;
1
Dept. of Electro-Optical Engineering, Natl. United
Univ., Taiwan, 2Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Natl. United Univ., Taiwan. A differential gain-dependent
phase shift between the core- and cladding-mode
can be efficiently and all-optically tuned by a cw
975nm pump light for Mach-Zehnder interferometers using successive abrupt fiber tapers on a
1.2-cm-long Er/Yb-codoped fiber.
JThE76
A Photonic Method for Overcoming the Mode
Partition Noise Contribution in the AM Noise
Spectra of Periodic Electrical Signals, Dimitrios
Mandridis, Ibrahim Ozdur, Mehmetcan Akbulut,
Peter J. Delfyett; CREOL, College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida, USA. We measure
the AM Noise of periodic electrical signals in the
frequency domain. Mode partition noise is found
to be detrimental and dependent on the signal’s
duration. A photonic technique is presented alleviating this ambiguity.
JThE77
A Surface Plasmon Polariton Absorption
Modulator, Argishti Melikyan1, Thomas Vallaitis1, Nicole Lindenmann2, Thomas Schimmel3,
Wolfgang Freude2, Juerg Leuthold2; 1 Inst. of Photonics and Quantum Electronics, Karlsruhe Inst.
of Technology, Germany, 2 Inst. of Photonics and
Quantum Electronics, Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology,
Germany, 3 Inst. of Applied Physics, Karlsruhe Inst.
of Technology, Germany. A new compact electrically controlled surface plasmon polariton (SPP)
absorption modulator operating at communication wavelengths is introduced. The modulator is
controlled by changing the free carrier density and
thereby the propagation loss of the SPP.
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Single-Prism/Grating Pulse Compressor,
Vikrant K. Chauhan, Pamela Bowlan, Jacob
Cohen, Rick Trebino; Georgia Tech, USA. We
introduce an ultrashort-laser-pulse compressor
that uses a single prism and a single grating. It is
compact and automatically aligned for distortionfree output, and it compensates for significant
material dispersion up to third order.
JThE79
High Gain Broadband Amplification of Ultraviolet Pulses Using Optical Parametric Chirped
Pulse Amplifier, Pawel Wnuk1, Yuriy Stepanenko2,
Czeslaw Radzewicz1,2; 1Warsaw Univ., Poland, 2Inst.
of Physical Chemistry, Polish Acad. of Sciences,
Poland. We report on a high gain amplification
of broadband ultraviolet femtosecond pulses in
an optical parametric chirped pulse amplifier.
Amplification of 0.5·106 was achieved, with the
pulse energy of 30μJ and duration of 24fs.
JThE80
Single-Shot Complex-Field Characterization of
Ultrafast Optical Waveforms with MHz Measurement Update Rates, Mohammad Hossein
Asghari, Yongwoo Park, José Azaña; INRS, Canada.
Balanced spectral interferometry is combined with
dispersion-induced frequency-to-time mapping
to achieve single-shot full (amplitude and phase)
characterization of dynamical THz-bandwidth
optical signals over sub-nanosecond time windows
at unprecedented measurement update rates of
nearly 20 MHz.
JThE81
Characterization and Optimization of a Femtosecond Laser by Self-Referenced Spectral
Interferometry, Antoine Moulet, Nicolas Forget,
Richard Herzog, Sebastien Coudreau, Thomas
Oksenhendler; Ctr. Scientifique d’Orsay, Fastlite,
France. We present an extended version of the
self-referenced spectral interferometry technique
allowing for both spectral phase and intensity
retrieval from a single-shot interferogramm. Feedback to an AOPDF was performed to demonstrate
the measurement accuracy.
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JThE82
Ultra-Stable 18mJ Ti:Sa Amplifier System with
Tunable Central Wavelength, Bandwidth and
Pulse Duration, Alexandre Trisorio1, Clemens
Ruchert1, Fabien Ple2, Pierre-Marie Paul2, Christoph P. Hauri1; 1Paul Scherrer Inst., Switzerland,
2
Amplitude Technologies, France. We demonstrate
an ultrastable high-power laser system providing
transform-limited 20-to-100 fs pulses at a tunable
central wavelength. Subsequent frequency-conversion provides wavelength-tunable second and
third harmonic radiation with up to 3.7 mJ.
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JThE83
Time-Frequency Real-Time Imaging of Ultrashort Laser Pulses with a Single Echelon
Mirror, Hiroyuki Sakaibara, Ikufumi Katayama,
Jun Takeda; Yokohama Natl. Univ., Japan. Timefrequency two-dimensional imaging of ultrashort
laser pulses from 0.15 to 6 ps pulse duration has
been successfully demonstrated in real-time, using a new autocorrelation scheme with a single
echelon mirror.
JThE84
Strain Field Manipulation in Ultrafast Laser Inscribed Nonlinear BiB3O6 Optical Waveguides,
Stephen J. Beecher1, Robert R. Thomson1, Nicholas
D. Psaila1, Derryck T. Reid1, Ajoy K. Kar1, Majid
Ebrahim-Zadeh2; 1Heriot-Watt Univ., UK, 2ICFO,
Spain. Type I phase matching is demonstrated in
an ultrafast laser inscribed BiB3O6 optical waveguide. A novel technique was implemented to
achieve good spatial overlap of the horizontally
and vertically polarized modes in “strain-field”
type waveguides.
JThE85
Phase-Contrast CARS Spectroscopy with
Rapid Phase Modulation, Takayuki Suzuki,
Kazuhiko Misawa; Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture
and Technology, Japan. We demonstrate a novel
method of phase-contrast CARS spectroscopy by
using an optical bandpass filter and a mechanical
modulator instead of a 4f pulse shaper used in
previous studies.
JThE86
Monolayer Graphene Saturable Absorber for
Bulk Laser Mode-Locking, Won Bae Cho1, Hwang
Woon Lee1, Sun Young Choi1, Jun Wan Kim1, DongIl Yeom1, Fabian Rotermund1, Jinho Kim2, Byung
Hee Hong2; 1Ajou Univ., Republic of Korea, 2Sungkyunkwan Univ., Republic of Korea. Monolayer
graphene was synthesized and used to develop
novel saturable absorbers for bulk solid-state
laser mode-locking. The graphene mode-locked
Cr:forsterite laser delivers stable 130-fs pulses at
1.25 μm with output powers up to 230 mW.
JThE87
Multiple Channel on-Chip Spectral Shaper for
Programmable Radio Frequency Arbitrary
Waveform Generator, Hao Shen, Li Fan, Leo Tom
Varghese, Daniel E. Leaird, Andrew M. Weiner,
Minghao Qi; Purdue Univ., USA. We present a
tunable multiple-channel microring resonator
spectral shaper for radiofrequency arbitrary waveform generation (RFAWG). Sixteen resonators are
cascaded to create various RF waveforms.
JThE88
Tunable Infrared Laser Femtosecond Source and
Novel Pulse Clean Technique, Chunmei Zhang,
Yansui Huang, Yuxin Leng, Ruxin Li, Zhizhan
Xu; Shanghai Inst. of Optics and Fine Mechanics,
Chinese Acad. of Sciences, China. A novel tunable
phase-stabilized infrared femtosecond source was
developed with CEP stabilization and >1mJ pulse
energy. Based on the laser source, a novel pulse
clean technique is developed, and the 1011 contrast
ratio is demonstrated.
JThE89
Generation of Energetic Femtosecond Green
Pulses Based on an OPCPA - SFG Scheme, Mark
Mero1, Gabor Kurdi1, Aron Sipos2, Karoly Osvay2;
1
HAS Res. Group on Laser Physics, Hungarian
Acad. of Sciences, Hungary, 2 Dept. of Optics and
Quantum Electronics, Univ. of Szeged, Hungary.
By applying the techniques of achromatic phase
matching and chirp assisted group velocity matching, we demonstrate a broadband, high-contrast
sum-frequency generation scheme between the
signal and idler output of a high-power optical
chirped pulse amplifier.
JThE90
Measurement of Gamma in Photonic Crystal
Fibers by the Induced Grating Autocorrelation
Technique, Robinson Kuis1,2, Anthony Johnson1,2,3,
Sudhir Trivedi4; 1Ctr. for Advanced Studies in Photonics Res., Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County,
USA, 2Physics Dept., Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore
County, USA, 3CSEE, Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore
County, USA, 4Brimrose Corp., USA. The induced
grating autocorrelation technique was used to
measure gamma in short lengths of solid-core
photonic crystal fibers (SC-PCFs): a 35-cm highly
nonlinear PCF and two large mode area PCFs of
lengths 4.5-m and 4.9-m.
JThE91
Observation of Very Large THz Electro-Optic
Response in (Cd,Mn)Te Single Crystals, Allen S.
Cross1, Dominika Kochanowska2, Marta Witkowska-Baran2, Andrzej Mycielski2, Martin Mikulics3,
Detlev Grützmacher3, Roman Sobolewski1; 1Univ.
of Rochester, USA, 2Inst. of Physics, Polish Acad. of
Sciences, Poland, 3Inst. of Bio- and Nanosystems:
Res. Ctr. Jülich, Germany. Large electro-optic
Pockels effect is observed in (Cd,Mn)Te single
crystals in response to THz pulses, presenting
voltage sensitivity ten times greater than at MHz
frequencies. We demonstrate that the discrepancy
is due to free-carrier screening.
JThE92
High-Bit-Rate Pump-Probe Experiments on
Bundled Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for
1.55µm Telecom Signal Regeneration, Hanond
Nong1, Maud Gicquel1, Laurent Bramerie1, Fréderic
Grillot1, Mathieu Perrin1, Baolai Liang2, Diana
Huffaker2, Slimane Loualiche1; 1FOTON, Univ.
Européenne de Bretagne, France, 2Electrical Engineering Dept., Univ. of California at Los Angeles,
USA. Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNT)
based saturable absorber (SA) are investigated by
pump-probe experiments at 10GHz repetition rate
within the telecom wavelength range 1.51-1.55µm.
Results show that SWNT exhibit a great potential
for high-bit-rate optical regeneration.
JThE93
Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Ultrashort Pulses
by Statistical Signatures of Frequency Converted
Needle Beams, Martin Bock, Jan T. Preusse,
Ruediger Grunwald; Max-Born-Inst. for Nonlinear
Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy, Germany. A
technique for temporally diagnosing extremely
short pulses based on key statistical signatures of
shape functions of nondiffracting needle beams
after nonlinear conversion is proposed theoretically. With arrays of separated subbeams, spatial
resolution is achievable.
JThE95
Automated Supercontinuum Pulse Compression from Ultrafast Fiber Lasers Using MIIPS,
Haowen Li1, Igor Pastirk1, Bingwei Xu1, Tissa C. Gunaratne1, Marcos Dantus1,2; 1BioPhotonic Solutions
Inc., USA, 2Michigan State Univ., USA. We report
precise characterization and compensation of
high-order phase distortions of a supercontinuum
generated by ultrafast fiber lasers. By using MIIPS,
the pulses are compressed to 12.8 fs automatically
in less than thirty seconds.
JThE96
Calibration of a High Harmonic Spectrometer
by Laser Induced Plasma Emission, Limor S.
Spector1,2, J. P. Farrell1,2, B. K. McFarland1,2, P. H.
Bucksbaum1,2, M. Gühr1,2; 1SLAC Natl. Accelerator
Lab, USA, 2Stanford Univ., USA. We present a
method that allows for a convenient switching
between high harmonic generation and accurate
calibration of the vacuum ultraviolet spectrometer
used to analyze the harmonic spectrum.
JThE97
Mode-Locking of a Cr2+: ZnSe Laser Using a
PPLN Nonlinear Mirror: Theoretical Modelling
and Cavity Design, Jean-Baptiste Dherbecourt,
Jean-Michel Melkonian, Myriam Raybaut, Antoine
Godard, Michel Lefebvre, Juliet Ryan, Emmanuel
Rosencher; ONERA, France. We numerically
investigate the use of a PPLN nonlinear mirror
to achieve pulsed operation of a Cr2+:ZnSe laser.
We discuss the effect of various parameters on the
laser dynamics (CW, Q-switched and/or modelocked operation).
JThE98
Compact Ultrafast Laser Enabled by Distortion Free Pulse Stretching and Compression
by Chirped Volume Holographic Gratings,
Christophe Moser, Frank Havermeyer; Ondax, Inc.,
USA. We demonstrate a method to correct the spatial distortion resulting from temporally stretching/compressing optical pulses with a chirped
volume holographic grating that enables the
practical realization of ultra-compact and efficient
chirped pulse amplification laser systems.
JThE99
Tunable Nonlinear Time Response of Nanocomposites by Doping CdTeS Quantum Dots, Gong
Qihuang, Xiaoyong Hu, Jianxiang Zhang, Hong
Yang; Peking Univ., China. Tunable nonlinear time
response of nano-Ag:polymer nanocomposite is
realized by doping CdTeS quantum dots. Response
time is quickened through doping. An ultrafast
response time of 14.5 ps is achieved at a doping
concentration of 27%.
JThE94
Towards High Energy 10 fs Laser Pulse via
Regenerative Pulse Shaping, Pierre-Mary E.
Paul; Amplitude Technologies, France. We demonstrated the use of regenerative pulse shaping
approach to obtain ultrashort pulses with at the
output of titanium: sapphire laser system. This
scheme can be scaled to higher output energy
and sub 10fs pulses.
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Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Effects of Spin
Currents, Ren-Bao Liu1, Jing Wang1,2, Bang-Fen
Zhu2,3; 1Dept. of Physics, Chinese Univ. of Hong
Kong, Hong Kong, 2Dept. of Physics, Tsinghua
Univ., China, 3Inst. of Advanced Study, Tsinghua
Univ., China. We show by symmetry analysis and
microscopic calculation that a pure spin current
has sizable second-order nonlinear optical effects.
Thus spin currents can be studied by standard
nonlinear optical spectroscopy.
JThE101
Electron Thermalization in Gold on the 10-fs
Timescale, Daniele Brida, Giulio Cerullo; Dept.
di Fisica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Using 5-fs
visible probe pulses we study the electron distribution dynamics in thin gold films triggered by
sub-15-fs near-IR pump pulses. We observe in
real-time the build-up and decay of the thermal
electron distribution.
JThE102
Anomalous Temperature Dependence of
Exciton Absorption in a Mixed-Type GaAs
Quantum Well , Carey E. Phelps1, Hailin Wang1,
John Prineas2; 1Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Oregon,
2
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of Iowa,
USA. Experimental studies of excitons in mixedtype quantum wells reveal surprisingly that in
the presence of relatively low densities of trions
and two-dimensional electron gases, the exciton
absorption can increase significantly with increasing temperature.
JThE106
Probing Ultrafast Carrier-Carrier Scattering
Dynamics in Epitaxial Graphene, Tze Chien
Sum1, Guichuan Xing1, Cheng Hon Alfred Huan1,
Hongchen Guo2, Xinhai Zhang2; 1Nanyang Technological Univ., Singapore, 2Inst. of Materials Res.
and Engineering, A* STAR, Singapore. Saturable
absorption of graphene was experimentally and
theoretically investigated in femtosecond time
regime with the z-scan technique. Our results
strongly suggest that graphene is an excellent
atomic layer saturable absorber.
JThE107
Observation of Coherent Magnons in an Antiferromagnet Nickel Oxide, Toshiro Kohmoto,
Hokyun Jinn, Suguru Wakabayashi, Takahiro Yamauchi, Takeshi Moriyasu; Kobe Univ., Japan.
Optically induced magnetization, whose relaxation
time is of the order of a hundred picoseconds,
and coherent oscillations of magnons in terahertz
region were observed in an antiferromagnet NiO
by polarization spectroscopy with the pumpprobe technique.
JThE108
Recovery of Polaritonic Stop-Band in Pressed
Polycrystalline CaF2 Powder, Yi Jiang, Yujie J.
Ding; Lehigh Univ., USA. We have demonstrated
recovery of polaritonic stop-band in pressed
polycrystalline CaF2 powder. Due to small sizes
of CaF2 particles, we have observed evidence of
severe damping of polaritonic waves at particle
surfaces.
JThE103
Berry Curvature Effects in the THz Response of
Holes, Kuljit S. Virk, John E. Sipe; Univ. of Toronto,
Canada. A scheme is suggested to reveal and study
the Berry curvature of energy bands in a quantum
well using the THz radiation of holes.
JThE109
Observation of Coherent G-Mode Phonon Oscillations in Few-Layer Epitaxial Graphene Films,
Ji-Hee Kim1, Ki-Ju Yee1, Keun Soo Kim2, Byung Hee
Hong2; 1Chungnam Natl. Univ., Republic of Korea,
2
Sungkyunkwan Univ., Republic of Korea. Coherent
G-mode phonon oscillations in few-layer graphene
films were generated using ultrafast pump-probe
spectroscopy. The frequency and the decay time
were different depending on the thickness of the
graphene layers.
JThE104
Proposal for an on-Demand Source of Indistinguishable Single Photons from a Single
Quantum Dot - Cavity System, Pradyumna K.
Pathak, Stephen Hughes; Queens Univ., Canada.
We present a new scheme for the on-demandgeneration of indistinguishable single-photons
using adiabatic Raman passage through the AutlerTownes doublet, generated from a resonant field
applied between the biexciton and exciton states
in a quantum dot.
JThE110
Quantum-Mechanical Inelastic Collisions
of Wannier-Mott Excitons, Kosuke Yoshioka,
Takuro Ideguchi, Makoto Kuwata-Gonokami; Dept.
of Applied Physics, Univ. of Tokyo, and SORSTCREST, JST, Japan. Systematic measurements of
the temperature dependence of the two-body collision-induced loss of dark paraexcitons in Cu2O
show a diverging cross section at low temperatures.
Scattering problems between excitons in general
require quantum-mechanical treatments.
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JThE112
Super-Uniform Target Illmination for Direct
Drive as a Self-Organizing System, Murakami
Masakatsu; Inst. of Laser Engineering, Osaka
Univ., Japan. We propose a new algorithm to give
an optimum direct-drive beam configuration for
super-uniform illumination. It is obtained as a
self-organizing system by solving N-body charged
particle simulation, applicable for an arbitrary
number of beams.
JThE113
Improved on-Shot Focal Spot Diagnosis on
the OMEGA EP Short-Pulse Laser System, B.
E. Kruschwitz, S.-W. Bahk, J. Bromage, D. Irwin,
M. D. Moore, L. J. Waxer, J. D. Zuegel, J. H. Kelly;
Lab for Laser Energetics, Univ. of Rochester, USA.
Diagnosis of the on-target focal spot using the
current OMEGA EP diagnostics is challenging due
to differential piston uncertainty and calibration
errors. Performance was improved by retrieving
phase information from far-field images using
numerical optimization.
JThE114
Paper Withdrawn.
JThE115
Ultra-Broadband Spectral-Shifted Pulse Pair
Generation by Amplitude Modulation for Single
Attosecond Pulse Characterization Using the
SPIDER Method, Jiangfeng Zhu, Takashi Tanigawa, Tao Chen, Shaobo Fang, Keisaku Yamane,
Mikio Yamashita; Dept. of Applied Physics, Hokkaido Univ., Japan. Ultra-broadband amplitude
modulation for spectral-shifted pulse pair generation is realized by a liquid-crystal spatial light
modulator. The results indicate that it’s a promising
way for single attosecond pulse characterization by
the conventional SPIDER method.
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JThE105
Near-Band-Edge Resonant Excitation of Coherent Phonons in Carbon Nanotubes, Y. S. Lim1,
H. S. Han1, T. Joo2, K. J. Yee3, E. H. Haroz4, L. G.
Booshehri4, J. Kono4; 1Dept. of Applied Physics,
Konkuk Univ., Republic of Korea, 2Dept. of Chemistry, Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea, 3Dept. of Physics, Chungnam Natl.
Univ., Republic of Korea, 4Dept. of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Rice Univ., USA. In contrast to the previously-studied coherent phonons
excited through high-energy (E22) transitions, the
redial breathing modes show comparable intensities between ν = +1 and -1 nanotubes.
JThE111
Observation of Polariton Dispersions for ZnO
Microcavities in Strong Couple Regime, JunRong Chen1, Tien-Chang Lu1, Yung-Chi Wu1,
Shiang-Chi Lin1, Wei-Rein Liu1, Wen-Feng Hsieh1,
Chien-Cheng Kuo2, Cheng-Chung Lee2, Hao-Chung
Kuo1, Shing-Chung Wang1; 1Dept. of Photonics, Inst.
of Electro-Optical Engineering Natl. Chiao-Tung
Univ., Taiwan, 2Thin Film Technology Ctr., Natl.
Central Univ., Taiwan. Characteristics of ZnObased MCs with vacuum Rabi splitting of 72 meV
are demonstrated. It is found that only the LPBs
can be observed in ZnO MCs since the Rabi splitting pushes UPBs into scattering absorption.
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In situ Grating-Damage Detection and Analysis
for the 1.5 m Grating Compressor of the OMEGA EP Kilojoule, Petawatt-Class Short-Pulse
Laser System, Jie Qiao, Leon J. Waxer, Thanh
Nguyen, Joachim Bunkenburg, Colin Kingsley,
John Kelly, Ansgar Schmid, David Weiner; Lab
for Laser Energetics, Univ. of Rochester, USA. A
grating-inspection system and damage-analysis
method have been developed to measure in-situ
laser-induced damage of a 1.5-m grating in the
OMEGA EP pulse compressor during a 2.2-kJ
energy ramp.
JThE117
Contrast Measurements of Kilojoule Laser
Pulses at the Omega EP Laser Facility, Christophe Dorrer, David Irwin, Albert Consentino, Jie
Qiao; Lab for Laser Energetics, Univ. of Rochester,
USA. The OMEGA EP intensity contrast has
been measured to be approximately 6 decades
for kilojoule 10-ps pulses. The OPCPA front end
is the primary source of the measured incoherent pedestal.
JThE118
Isolated Sub-50-as Pulse Generation by Direct
Optimization of Two-Color Laser Fields Using
the Genetic Algorithm, Kenichi L. Ishikawa1,
Shao Fang2, Takashi Tanigawa2, Naoki Karasawa3,
Mikio Yamashita2; 1Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 2Hokkaido Univ. and CREST, JST, Japan, 3Chitose Inst. of
Science and Technology, Japan. By optimizing twocolor laser fields using genetic algorithm where the
duration of the generated high-harmonic pulse is
directly taken as a target function, we show that an
isolated 40 attosecond pulse is created.
JThE119
Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Ionizing Filaments
in Air, Daniel E. Adams1, Thomas A. Planchon2,
Jeff A. Squier1, Charles G. Durfee1; 1Colorado School
of Mines, USA, 2Howard Hughes Medical Inst.,
USA. We use time-domain Spatially and Spectrally
Resolved Interferometry (SSRI) to measure the
intensity and phase of filaments. The optical power
of self-focusing pulses is shown to be consistent
with defocusing due to ionization.
JThE120
Attosecond Pulse Generation in Noble Gases
in the Presence of Extreme High Intensity THz
Pulses, Katalin Varju1, Jozsef Andras Fulop2, Peter
Dombi3, Gyozo Farkas3, Janos Hebling2; 1Univ. of
Szeged, Hungary, 2Univ. of Pecs, Hungary, 3Res. Inst.
for Solid-State Physics and Optics, Hungary. High
harmonic generation by a strong laser pulse in the
presence of a THz pulse is simulated. Consequent
spectral extension for different laser wavelengths,
and the temporal chirp of the synthesized attosecond pulses are studied.
JThE122
Spatio-Temporal Characterization of SingleOrder High Harmonic Pulses Separated by
Pulse-Front-Tilt Compensator, Taro Sekikawa,
Motohiko Ito, Yoshimasa Kataoka, Tatsuya Okamoto, Mikio Yamashita; Hokkaido Univ., Japan.
Extreme ultraviolet single-order harmonic pulses,
separated by a pulse-front-tilt compensator, were
spatially and temporally characterized to have
a spot size of 58 μm at focus and a pulse duration of 47 fs.
JThE123
Chirp Effects in High-Order Harmonics Generated from Solid Surface, Crina A. Popovici1,
Rashid A. Ganeev2, Xavier Lavocat-Dubuis1, François Vidal1, Tsuneyuki Ozaki1; 1INRS-EMT, Canada,
2
Scientific Association Akadempribor, Uzbekistan.
We study the effect of pump laser chirp to increase
the efficiency of high-order harmonic generation
from solid surfaces. We find that HHG is critically dependent on the frequency component of
the pump laser.
JThE124
Generation of 5-fs, 5-mJ Pulse Using HollowFiber Pulse Compression at 1 kHz, Samuel
Bohman1,2, Akira Suda1, Tsuneto Kanai1, Shigeru
Yamaguchi2, Katsumi Midorikawa1; 1RIKEN Advanced Science Inst., Japan, 2Dept. of Physics, Tokai
Univ., Japan. We have demonstrated the generation
of 5 fs, 5 mJ pulses at 1kHz repetition rate using
a pulse compression technique in a hollow fiber
with a pressure gradient.
JThE125
Scaling Law of High Harmonics Generated in
the Two-Color Infrared Laser Field, Pengfei
Lan, Eiji Takahashi, Katsumi Midorikawa; RIKEN
Advanced Science Inst., Japan. We theoretically
investigate and demonstrate a two-color scheme
mixed by an infrared and fundamental (800 nm)
laser pulses to enhance the harmonic yield and
soften the wavelength dependence.
JThE121
Frequency Modulation of High-Order Harmonics Depending on the Delay between Two-Color
Laser Fields, Abdolreza Amani Eilanlou1, Yasuo
Nabekawa1, Kenichi L. Ishikawa2, Hiroyuki Takahashi2, Eiji J. Takahashi1, Katsumi Midorikawa1;
1
RIKEN, Japan, 2Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. We have
observed periodical frequency modulation of
high-order harmonics by changing the delay
between the driving two-color laser fields, for the
first time. The amplitude of the modulation has
been up to ~0.4 eV.
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Sterling Backus; KapteynMurnane Labs, USA, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Carl B. Poitras; Cornell Univ.,
USA, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Yasuo Tomita; Univ. of ElectroCommunications, Japan, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Brian Applegate; Texas A&M
Univ., USA, Presider
$5I2tQN *OWJUFE
High-Harmonic Generation by Resonant
Plasmon Field Enhancement, Seung-Woo Kim,
Seungchul Kim, In-Yong Park, Joonhee Choi; KAIST,
Republic of Korea. We explain how to produce
coherent XUV radiation at high repetition rate
by means of high harmonic generation using
locally enhanced femtosecond laser pulses by
surface plasmon.
$5I3tQN *OWJUFE
Ultrafast Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) Photonics, Wolfgang Freude1, Thomas Vallaitis1, Christian Koos2, Jan-Michael Brosi3, Luca Alloatti1, Pieter
Dumon4, Roel Baets4, Michelle L. Scimeca5, Ivan
Biaggio5, Benjamin Breiten6, François Diederich6,
Juerg Leuthold1; 1 Inst. of Photonics and Quantum
Electronics, Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany,
2
Carl Zeiss AG, Germany, 3Robert Bosch GmbH,
Power Tools Div., Germany, 4 Photonics Res. Group,
Ghent Univ., IMEC, Belgium, 5 Dept. of Physics,
Lehigh Univ., USA, 6 Lab of Organic Chemistry,
ETH Zürich, Switzerland. We demonstrate ultrafast optical signal processing up to bitrates of
170Gbit/s. We use silicon waveguides with organic
nonlinear cladding that is not impaired by TPA.
Our waveguide design then greatly reduces the
influence of TPA.
$5I4tQN
Woodpile Photonic Crystals with a Complete
Bandgap Reaching Telecom Wavelengths, Isabelle Staude1, Michael Thiel1, Sabine Essig2, Christian Wolff2, Kurt Busch2, Georg von Freymann1,3,
Martin Wegener1,3; 1Inst. für Angewandte Physik
and DFG-Ctr. for Functional Nanostructures,
Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany, 2Inst.
für Theoretische Festkörperphysik and DFG-Ctr.
for Functional Nanostructures, Karlsruhe Inst. of
Technology, Germany, 3Inst. für Nanotechnologie,
Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany. By using
direct laser writing into a novel commercially
available photoresist, silicon-double-inversion,
and tempering of the resulting structures, we
realize woodpile photonic crystals with a complete
bandgap near 1.55 µm wavelength.
$5I5tQN
CARS Microscopy Using the Amplified Soliton
Self-Frequency Shift Output of a Nonlinear
Fiber, Petra Gross, Sebastian Beer, Lisa Kleinschmidt, Carsten Cleff, Carsten Fallnich; Univ.
of Münster, Germany. A light source based on
a single femtosecond laser oscillator and using
soliton self-frequency shift in a nonlinear fiber
followed by amplification in ytterbium-doped
fiber is presented. CARS microscopy is successfully demonstrated.
$5I4tQN
Experimental Observation of Photonic Bandgaps
in Hyperuniform Disordered Materials, Weining
Man1, Marian Florescu2, Kazue Matsuyama1, Polin
Yadak1, Salvatore Torquato2, Paul J. Steinhardt2,
Paul Chaikin3; 1San Francisco State Univ., USA,
2
Princeton Univ., USA, 3New York Univ., USA. We
report the first experimental demonstration of
photonic bandgaps (PBGs) in 2-D hyperuniform
disordered materials and show that is possible to
obtain isotropic, disordered, photonic materials of
arbitrary size with complete PBGs.
$5I5tQN
Fluorescence Background Suppression in Raman Spectroscopy, Michael Mazilu, Anna Chiara
De Luca, Andrews Riches, Simon Herrington,
Kishan Dholakia; Univ. of St. Andrews, UK. Raman
spectroscopy provides a non-invasive method to
study biological samples. We demonstrate the
powerful capabilities of our novel Raman modulation technique to detect weak Raman signals
hidden by a strong fluorescent background.
$5I2tQN
High Power Femtosecond Laser System for
Intracavity High Harmonic Generation, Jane
Lee, Justin Paul, Jason Jones; Univ. of Arizona,
USA. We report on a high power (>6.5 Watts)
Ti:sapphire based frequency comb producing
~25 μJ pulses at 50MHz inside a fs enhancement
cavity. The system is used to generate intracavity
high harmonics below 62 nm.
$5I3tQN
Silicon Nanophotonic Mid-Infrared Optical
Parametric Amplifier with 25 dB Gain, Xiaoping Liu1, Richard M. Osgood, Jr.1, Yurii A. Vlasov2,
William M. J. Green2; 1Columbia Univ., USA, 2IBM
T.J. Watson Res. Ctr., USA. We demonstrate a
broadband silicon mid-infrared optical parametric
amplifier operating near λ = 2200 nm. The amplifier exhibits a maximum gain as large as 25 dB, and
net off-chip gain greater than 13 dB.
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Enhanced Transduction of Polymer Photonic Crystal Band-Edge Lasers via Additional
Layer Deposition, Cameron L. C. Smith, Mads
B. Christiansen, Thomas Buß, Anders Kristensen,
Claus H. Nielsen, Niels B. Larsen; DTU Nanotech,
Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark. We present
the concept of enhanced transduction for polymer
photonic crystal lasers by deposition of an additional polymer layer with selective gas response.
We report a significant increase in sensitivity to
changes in gas concentration.
$5I5tQN
Ultrahigh Resolution Optical Coherence Tomography via Ce3+:YAG Double-Clad Crystal
Fiber Source, Chien-Chung Tsai1, Yen-Sheng
Lin1, Ting-Hao Chen1, Yu-Ta Wang1, Wei Chang1,
Po-Kai Hsu1, Yung-Hsin Chang1, Edmund Sun2,
Sheng-Lung Huang1; 1Inst. of Photonics and Optoelectronics, Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 2Res. Ctr.
for Information Technology Innovation, Academia
Sinica, Taiwan. A novel light source, emitted from
10-μm-core Ce3+:YAG double-clad crystal fiber,
was applied on optical coherence tomography with
1.5-μm axial resolution in air. The 3-dimensional
stroma of fish cornea was mapped as an in vivo
demonstration.
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Demonstration of Fully Spatially Coherent
Soft X-Ray High Harmonic Beams in the Water
Window, Paul C. Arpin1, Ming-Chang Chen1,
Tenio Popmintchev1, Michael Gerrity1, Matt Seaberg1, Bosheng Zhang1, Eric Gullikson2, Farhad
Salmassi2, Yanwei Liu2, Alon Bahabad1, Henry C.
Kapteyn1, Margaret M. Murnane1; 1JILA, Univ. of
Colorado at Boulder, USA, 2Ctr. for X-Ray Optics,
Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA. We generate
fully spatially coherent soft X-ray beams in the
water window region of the spectrum using phase
matched high harmonic upconversion of a 2 µm
driving laser.
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Demonstration of Frequency-Detuning Compensation in a Traveling-Wave Resonator for
Efficient Four-Wave-Mixing, Amir Hossein
Atabaki, Qing Li, Siva Yegnanarayanan, Ali Adibi;
Georgia Tech, USA. A resonator-based device is
proposed and experimentally demonstrated in
silicon-on-insulator platform in which frequencydetuning of its traveling-wave modes is dynamically tuned using integrated micro-heaters. Zero
frequency-detuing for efficient four-wave-mixing
is achieved using <1mW.
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Improved Emission Properties of Polymer
Photonic Crystal Lasers by Introducing a
Phase-shift, Mads B. Christiansen, Thomas Buss,
Cameron L. C. Smith, Anders Kristensen; Technical
Univ. of Denmark, DTU Nanotech, Denmark. Introducing a phase-shift in nanoimprinted polymer
dye lasers is shown to increase the probability of
single mode lasing from 19% to 99%. Low-index
lasers with only one longitudinal mode are thus
superior to band-edge lasers.
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1.7 μm Wavelength Tunable Supercontinuum
Source for Optical Coherence Tomography,
Shutaro Ishida, Norihiko Nishizawa, Takefumi
Ohta, Kazuyoshi Itoh; Osaka Univ., Japan. High
resolution and high penetration depth OCT
is demonstrated with Gaussian shaped, center
wavelength tunable, 230 nm wide bandwidth,
high power supercontinuum at 1.65-1.73 μm
wavelengths region using ultrashort pulse fiber
laser based system.
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Michael Biercuk; NIST, USA,
Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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USA, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Gennady Shvets; Univ. of Texas at
Austin, USA, Presider
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Femtosecond Spatiotemporal Control with
Multiple Knobs, Debabrata Goswami; Indian
Inst. of Technology, Kanpur, India. For controlling
non-resonant molecular fragmentation process,
simultaneous effect of chirp and polarization of a
femtosecond pulse is mutually independent. For
multiphoton fluorescence microscopy and optical
tweezers with high-repetition-rate lasers, interpulse separation and polarization is important.
$5I6tQN *OWJUFE
Operation of a 1.8-THz Quantum-Cascade Laser
Above 160 K, Sushil Kumar1, Chun W. I. Chan1,
Qing Hu1, John L. Reno2; 1MIT, USA, 2Sandia Natl.
Labs, USA. The maximum operating temperature
of terahertz quantum-cascade lasers (QCLs) has
empirically been limited to hbar.omega/kB. We
report a new design to achieve 163K operation
for a 1.8THz QCL, which is 1.9 times larger than
hbar.omega/kB.
25I)tQN
Local Capacitor Model for Plasmonic Electric
Field Enhancement, Ji-Hun Kang1, Min-Ah Seo2,
Dai-Sik Kim2, Q-Han Park1; 1Dept. of Physics, Korea
Univ., Republic of Korea, 2Ctr. for Subwavelength
Optics and Dept. of Physics, Seoul Natl. Univ.,
Republic of Korea. We present the local capacitor
model that enables a simple, yet accurate description of lightning rod effect in nanoplasmonics.
The λ-zone capacitance is proposed and applied
to predict strongly induced electric field near
metal edges.
25I)tQN
Nano-Coupling and Enhancement in Plasmonic Conical Needle , Alex Normatov1, Nikolai
Berkovitch1, Pavel Ginzburg1, Gilad M. Lerman2,
Avner Yanai2, Uriel Levy2, Meir Orenstein1; 1Technion – Isreal Inst. of Technology, Israel, 2Hebrew
Univ. of Jerusalem, Israel. Efficient coupling and
power concentration of radially-polarized light
in conical plasmonic needle is presented. Needle
length dependent resonances are calculated.
Radial plasmonic DBR with needle as defect was
fabricated for NSOM and nonlinear conversion
experiments.
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From Order to Chaos with a Spin and a Twist,
Poul S. Jessen1, I. H. Deutsch2, S. Ghose3; 1Univ.
of Arizona, USA, 2Univ. of New Mexico, USA,
3
Wilfrid Laurier Univ., Canada. Ultracold atoms
are an excellent platform for testing new ideas in
quantum control and measurement. I will review
our recent work, including an experiment that
has observed novel quantum signatures of chaos
in unprecedented detail.
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Development of Tunable Terahertz Wire Lasers,
Qi Qin1, Benjamin Williams1,2, Sushil Kumar1, Qing
Hu1, John L. Reno3; 1Dept. of Electrical Engineering
and Computer Science and Res. Lab of Electronics, MIT, USA, 2Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
Univ. of California at Los Angeles, USA, 3 Ctr. of
Integrated Nanotechnologies, Sandia Natl. Labs,
USA. We report a novel tuning mechanism based
on a “wire-laser” with subwavelength transverse
dimensions(w<<lambda). By manipulating the
waveguided mode propagating outside the cavity,
frequency tuning of ~137GHz(3.6%) is demonstrated from a single-laser device at ~3.8THz.
25I)tQN *OWJUFE
A Pointed Look at Light at the Nanoscale, L.
(Kobus) Kuipers; FOM Inst. for Atomic and Molecular Physics, Netherlands. The subwavelength
structure of light fields can be controlled with
nanostructures. We map these fields, observe
polarization singularities in the electric fieldis
and, for the first time, visualize the magnetic
component of light.
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Terahertz Time Domain Spectroscopy of
Phonon-Depopulation Based Quantum Cascade
Lasers, Sukhdeep S. Dhillon1, Nathan Jukam1,
Dimitri Oustinov1, Julien Madeo1, Raffaele Colombelli2, Paul Dean3, Mohammed Salih3, Suraj
P. Khanna3, Edmund H. Linfield3, Giles Davies3,
Jerome Tignon1; 1Lab Pierre Aigrain, Univ. Paris,
France, 2Inst. d’Electronique Fondamentale, Univ.
Paris Sud, France, 3School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Univ. of Leeds, UK. A 3.1THz phonon depopulation-based quantum-cascade-laser
is investigated using terahertz time domain spectroscopy. A gain of 25/cm and absorption features
due to the lower laser level being populated from a
parasitic electronic channel are highlighted.
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Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Norbert Lütkenhaus; Univ. of
Waterloo, Canada, Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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Presider
2:30 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
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James R. Leger; Univ. of
Minnesota, USA, Presider
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Single Crystalline GaAs Nanoneedles Grown on
46% Lattice-Mismatched Sapphire with Bright
Luminescence, Linus C. Chuang, Kar Wei Ng,
Thai-Truong D. Tran, Wai Son Ko, Michael Moewe,
Shanna Crankshaw, Roger Chen, Connie ChangHasnain; Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA.
Catalyst-free GaAs nanoneedles are grown on a
c-plane sapphire substrate at 400C using MOCVD.
Despite of an extremely large lattice mismatch of
46%, the nanoneedles show single wurtzite-phase
and bright room-temperature photoluminescence
with narrow linewidths.
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Actively Stabilised Quantum Key Distribution
Operating Continuously at 1 Mbit/s, Alex R.
Dixon, Zhiliang L. Yuan, James F. Dynes, Andrew
W. Sharpe, Andrew J. Shields; Toshiba Res. Europe
Ltd., UK. We report the continuous operation of
an actively stabilised gigahertz clocked quantum
key distribution system, with an average secure key
rate of 1 Mbit/s over a distance of 50 km.
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Enhanced Guided-to-Radiation Mode Conversion in Electro-Optic Annealed ProtonExchanged PPLN Waveguides, Yen-Hung Chen,
Jui-Wen Chang, Chia-Sheng Hsieh, Quan-Hsiang
Tseng, Po-Chih Chuang, Wei-Kun Chang, HsuehTsung Lyu; Dept. of Optics and Photonics, Natl.
Central Univ., Taiwan. We report a TM-guided
to TE-radiation mode converter in electro-optic
(EO) annealed proton-exchanged, 23.6-μm-period
PPLN waveguides at 1550-nm band. Over 80%/cm
mode-conversion efficiency was obtained with this
device at 28oC with ~8 V/μm EO field.
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Volume Bragg Gratings for Spectral Beam
Combining, Leonid B. Glebov1,2; 1CREOL, College
of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida,
USA, 2OptiGrate Corp., USA. Basics and last results
in spectral beam combining by volume Bragg
gratings recorded in photo-thermo-refractive glass
based on their high efficiency, narrow spectral
selectivity and high tolerance to high power laser
radiation are presented.
$5I7tQN
Growths of Ultra High Density InGaN-Based
Quantum Dots on Self-Assembled Diblock Copolymer Nanopatterns, Guangyu Liu1, Hongping
Zhao1, Joo-Hyung Park2, Luke J. Mawst2, Nelson
Tansu1; 1Lehigh Univ., USA, 2Univ. of Wisconsin at
Madison, USA. Selective area growths of highlyuniform InGaN quantum dots (QDs) on dielectric
nanopatterns defined by self-assembled diblock
copolymer were demonstrated with ultra-high
QDs density of 8x1010cm-2, which represents
the highest QDs density reported for nitridebased QDs.
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High-Rate Quantum Key Distribution with Superconducting Nanowire Single Photon Detectors, Eric A. Dauler1, Neal W. Spellmeyer1, Andrew
J. Kerman1, Richard J. Molnar1, Karl K. Berggren2,
John D. Moores1, Scott A. Hamilton1; 1 MIT Lincoln
Lab, MIT, USA, 2MIT, USA. We demonstrate the
potential for 1.85 Mbit/s secure key rates over
101 km of fiber, >100 times faster than previously
demonstrated, using the differential phase shift
quantum key distribution protocol and superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors.
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The Effect of the Longitudinal Electric Field and
Tensor Susceptibility on the Effective Nonlinear
Parameter for Silicon Nanowire Waveguides, Jeffrey B. Driscoll1, Ron Lidar1, Xiaoping Liu1, Richard
R. Grote1, Jerry I. Dadap1, Nicolae C. Panoiu2,
Richard M. Osgood, Jr.1; 1Columbia Univ., USA,
2
Univ. College London, UK. We show the significant
impact of the longitudinal electric field component
and full tensor susceptibility on the effective
nonlinear parameter in subwavelength silicon
nanowire waveguides. Inclusion of these effects is
necessary for satisfactory wire modeling.
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Laser Scanning Holographic Fabrication of
Large Area Photonic Crystal Templates, Liang
(Leon) Yuan, Peter R. Herman; Univ. of Toronto,
Canada. Laser scanning of diffractive optics is
introduced for flexible holographic fabrication
of three-dimensional photonic crystal templates
that facilitate seamless stitching of large-area
crystals with spectral bandgap tuning, chirping,
apodization and novel integration approaches
for optofluidics.
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Macroscopic DPS-QKD Using an Optically
Amplified Receiver, Kyo Inoue, Tatsuya Kukita,
Hiroshi Takada; Dept. of Electric and Electronic
Information Engineering, Osaka Univ., Japan. A
QKD scheme using macroscopic coherent light
with phases of ±δ and optically pre-amplified
direct differential detection is described. Its setup
is basically the same as classical DPSK and is
favorable for practicality.
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Octave Spanning 50:50 Beam Splitting via Interrupted STIRAP, Felix Dreisow1, Marco Ornigotti2,
Alexander Szameit3, Matthias Heinrich1, Robert
Keil1, Stefan Nolte1, Andreas Tünnermann1, Stefano
Longhi2; 1Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena, Germany,
2
Dept. di Fisica and Inst. di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie del CNR, Italy, 3Dept. of Physics and Solid
State Inst., Technion – Israel Inst. of Technology,
Israel. We report on octave spanning 50:50 beam
splitting via an interrupted stimulated Raman
adiabatic passage in femtosecond laser written
waveguides. The device is spatially and spectrally
characterized by utilizing color center fluorescence
at several wavelengths.
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Fabrication of Photonic Crystals with Sub-100
nm Features Using Multiphoton Lithography
with Pre-Swollen Resins, Vincent W. Chen,
Nathan D. Jarnagin, Joseph W. Perry; Georgia
Tech, USA. Pre-swelling of resins has allowed the
fabrication of photonic crystals with linewidths
below 100 nm using multiphoton lithography
at 730 nm. The resulting polymer photonic
crystals show stop-band reflectivities over 70%
at ~1.8 micron.
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Witnessing Effective Entanglement over 2km
of Optical Fiber, Christoffer Wittmann1,2, Josef
Fürst1,2, Carlos Wiechers1,2,3, Dominique Elser1,2,
Hauke Häseler2,4, Norbert Lütkenhaus1,2,4, Gerd
Leuchs1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of Light,
Germany, 2Inst. for Optics, Information and Photonics, Univ. Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 3Dept.
de Física, Univ. de Guanajuato, Mexico, 4Inst. for
Quantum Computing, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada.
We present a continuous-variable QKD system
using heterodyne detection. We experimentally
determine channel characteristics and compare
them to bounds of our entanglement criterion.
For the first time, the local oscillator is considered
in this verification.
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Photonic Devices in Low-Temperature LaserCrystallized Deposited Silicon, Kyle Preston,
Carl B. Poitras, Michael O. Thompson, Michal
Lipson; Cornell Univ., USA. We demonstrate
integrated optical devices in deposited silicon
crystallized at room temperature for 3-D photonic
integration. These devices can enable electro-optic
switching and modulation on low-temperature
substrates such as glass, plastic, and post-back-end
CMOS wafers.
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Beam Reformatting and Combining of HighPower Laser Diode Stacks, Howard J. Baker1,
N. Trela1, D. R. Hall1, R. McBride2, J. J. Wendland2;
1
Heriot-Watt Univ., UK, 2PowerPhotonic Ltd., UK.
Custom beam correction phase-plates developed
for conserving brightness for diode laser bars in
beam shaping/combining now provide multiple
optical functions in one component, for new
approaches to spatial, wavelength and coherent
combining of arrays.
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Rochester, USA, Presider
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Bryce Schumm; AFRL, USA,
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The National Ignition Campaign on NIF, Brian
MacGowan; Lawrence Livermore Natl. Lab, USA.
This talk will describe progress in the experiments
campaign on the National Ignition Facility(NIF)
that has the goal of igniting and burning DT fuel
through Inertial Confinement Fusion utilizing the
world’s largest laser.
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High-Power, Fiber-Laser-Pumped Picosecond
Optical Parametric Oscillator for the Near- to
Mid-Infrared, Omid Kokabee1, Adolfo EstebanMartin1, Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1,2; 1ICFO, Spain,
2
ICREA, Spain. We report a high-power picosecond optical parametric oscillator synchronously
pumped by a Yb fiber laser. The oscillator provides
a total average power of 9.58 W at 60% extraction
efficiency in a TEM00 spatial beam profile.
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Challenges to Making High-Power Solid-State
Lasers, John M. Slater; Schafer Corp., USA. This
is a tutorial exploring some of the key engineering issues that have been and must be addressed
to construct solid state lasers in the 100 kW, CW
class with good beam quality.
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Proportional-Integral Control for Wavelength
Stabilization of a Synchronously-Pumped Optical Parametric Oscillator, Tobias P. Lamour,
Jinghua H. Sun, Derryck T. Reid; Heriot-Watt Univ.,
UK. We present a rigorous method for the wavelength stabilization of a synchronously-pumped
optical parametric oscillator using proportionalintegral control. With wavelength stabilization
active, the relative intensity noise is limited only
by that of the pump laser.
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Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI): Physics
and Lasers at the Ultra-Intense Frontier, Georg
Korn1, Sergei V. Bulanov2, Jean-Paul Chambaret3,
Dimitrios Charambilidis4, John Collier5, Mike
Dunne5, Klaus Ertel5, Joachim Hein6, Stefan Karsch1,
Ferenc Krausz1,7, Gerard Mourou3, Peter Nickles8,
Karoly Osvay3, Bedrich Rus9, Wolfgang Sandner8,
Georg Tsakiris1, Toshiki Tajima7; 1Max-Planck-Inst.
for Quantum Optics, Germany, 2Advanced Photon
Res. Ctr. JAEA, Japan, 3ILE, France, 4FORTH-Hellas
Inst. of Electronic Structure and Laser, Greece, 5CLF
Rutherford Appleton Lab, UK, 6Inst. for Optics
and Quantum Electronics, Germany, 7LudwigMaximilians-Univ., Germany, 8Max-Born-Inst.,
Germany, 9PALS Res. Ctr. Inst. of Physics, Czech
Republic. We report on the Pan-European ELIInfrastructure dedicated to develop, build and
explore high-intensity lasers which will enter the
ultra-relativistic interaction regime (I> 10 24 W/
cm2). The main scientific pillars, applications and
timelines are reviewed.
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Parametric Gain Shaping in Doubly Resonant
OPOs: Theory, Experiment and Future Applications, Bertrand G. M. Hardy, Myriam Raybaut,
Antoine Godard, Michel Lefebvre; Onera - the
French Aerospace Lab, France. We investigate spectral shaping of the parametric gain in a doublepass doubly resonant OPO. The experimental
demonstration is made possible by our specific
OPO design that enables the precise control of
the backward relative phase.
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Development of 0.1-Hz 1-PW Ti:sapphire Laser,
Jae Hee Sung, Seong Ku Lee, Tae Jun Yu, Tae Moon
Jeong, Jongmin Lee; Advanced Photonics Res. Inst.,
Gwangju Inst.of Science and Technology, Republic
of Korea. We have developed an 1-PW 30-fs
Ti:sapphire laser with 0.1-Hz repetition rate. From
its final booster amplifier pumped with 96-J energy, IR laser pulses with 47-J energy and flat-top
spatial intensity profile have been obtained.
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A Pump-Resonant Signal-Resonant Optical
Parametric Oscillator for Spectroscopic Breath
Analysis, Jean-Jacques Zondy, Abdallah Rihan,
Emeline Andrieux, Thomas Zanon-Willette,
Stephan Briaudeau, Marc Himbert; Inst. Natl. de
Métrologie, Conservatoire Natl. des Arts et Métiers,
France. We report on an idler octave-spanning (1.6
- 3.5µm) cw titanium-sapphire pump-resonant
signal-resonant optical parametric oscillator delivering 10 to 50 mW, for multi-species trace gas
sensing based on cavity ring down spectroscopy.
Dr. Slater joined Schafer Corporation in 2002 and
presently leads the Schafer team supporting the
High Energy Laser Joint Technology Office (HELJTO). He has been closely connected with the JTO’s
100 kW solid state laser program, including the
Government-sponsored independent testing of
high power lasers. He received his Ph.D. in atomic
physics from the University of Colorado and has
worked previously at STI Optronics, with emphasis
on free electron lasers, and with the physics group
at the Idaho National Laboratory. He is a Fellow of
the Directed Energy Professional Society.
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Suppression of Free Carrier Absorption in
Multi-Slot Silicon Light Emission Devices,
Yijing Fu1, Karl Ni2, Philippe M. Fauchet2; 1Inst. of
Optics, Univ. of Rochester, USA, 2Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. of Rochester,
USA. Free carrier absorption is the major obstacle
towards achieving optical gain in Er-doped nc-Si.
We experimentally demonstrated the suppression
of free carrier absorption by multi-slot waveguide.
The experimental results agree well with our
theoretical calculations.
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Shear Ordering in Polymer Photonic Crystals,
David R. E. Snoswell1, Andreas Kontogeorgos1,
Jeremy J. Baumberg1, Tim D. Lord1, Malcolm R.
Mackley1, Peter Spahn2, Goetz P. Hellmann2; 1Cambridge Univ., UK, 2Duetsches Kunststoff-Inst., Germany. Time-resolved scattering spectra of flowing
polymer-based colloidal opals are presented.
Broadband spectra reflecting dynamic structural
changes during a shear-ordering process reveal
four distinct regimes of crystal growth and decay
identified under different flow conditions.
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High Speed Axial Scanning in a Temporal
Focusing Setup with Piezo Bimorph Mirror
Dispersion Tuning, Adam A. Straub, Michael E.
Durst, Chris Xu; Cornell Univ., USA. Remote axial
scans of mouse tissue are taken at high speed in a
temporal focusing setup. A piezo bimorph mirror
is used for tunable dispersion, capable of ±2.5x105
fs2 of GDD and 100 Hz modulation.
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Observation of Quasi-Ballistic Heat Transport
at Nano-Interfaces Using Coherent Soft X-Ray
Beams, Qing Li1, Mark E. Siemens1, Ronggui Yang1,
Margaret M. Murnane1, Henry C. Kapteyn1, Erik
H. Anderson2, Keith A. Nelson3; 1JILA, Univ. of
Colorado, USA, 2 Ctr. for X-Ray Optics, Lawrence
Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA, 3Dept. of Chemistry, MIT,
USA. We make the first observation and quantitative measurement of quasi-ballistic thermal
transport from a nanoscale heat source, finding
a significant decrease in energy transport away
from the hotspot compared with diffusive thermal
transport predictions.
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Dispersion Tailoring in Dual Slot Waveguide,
Yinying Xiao-Li1, Lin Zhang1, Yang Yue1, Jian
Wang1, Raymond G. Beausoleil2, Alan E. Willner1;
1
Univ. of Southern California, USA, 2HP Labs,
USA. Dual slot waveguides incorporate a sub-core
in the slot, so that the guided beam is confined
two-dimensionally. The modification enlarges
the room for tailoring dispersive properties and
birefringence. Both zero-dispersion and constantdispersion points are demonstrated.
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Reversible Tuning of Photonic Crystal Cavities
Using Photochromic Films, Deepak Sridharan1,
Edo Waks1, John T. Fourkas1, Glenn Solomon2;
1
Univ. of Maryland, USA, 2NIST, USA. We demonstrate reversible tuning of photonic-crystal cavity
resonance by 2.7nm using a photochromic film of
spiropyran. Exposure of spiropyran to ultraviolet
light redshifts the cavity resonance that can be
reversed by exposure to visible light.
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Liquid Lens Approaches For Simultaneous
Standard and Extended Depth of Field Imaging,
Nicolas Olivier1,2, William T. Mozet2, Alexander
Mermillod-Blondin 2, Emmanuel Beaurepaire 1,
Craig B. Arnold2; 1École Polytechnique, France,
2
Princeton Univ., USA. A tunable acoustic gradient
lens is shown to provide depth-of-field switching
at kilohertz rates in a nonlinear microscope. We
demonstrate two modulation strategies; fast varifocus scanning during each pixel and pseudo-Bessel
beam excitation.
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High Harmonic Transient Grating Spectroscopy,
Joseph P. Farrell, Limor S. Spector, Brian K. McFarland, Phil H. Bucksbaum, Markus Guehr; Stanford
Univ., USA. We demonstrate a unique pump-probe
scheme for high harmonic spectroscopy, which
is sensitive to weak excitations and provides
spectral information without the need for a VUV
spectrometer.
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>25× Reduction in the Effective Nonlinear Coefficient over a 100-nm Wavelength Range Using
Vertically-Slotted Silicon Waveguide, Yang Yue1,
Lin Zhang1, Jian Wang1, Yinying Xiao-Li1, Raymond
Beausoleil2, Alan Willner1; 1Univ. of Southern
California, USA, 2HP Labs, USA. Vertically-slotted
waveguides are used to achieve low nonlinearity.
Compared with strip waveguide, it demonstrates
a >25× reduction in the nonlinear coefficient for
a 100-nm wavelength range.
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Internal Field Measurements of Finite Length
1-D Form-Birefringent Periodic Structures,
Shawn P. Rigdon1, Mitchell Pate1, Weiguo Yang1,
John D. Graham1, Michael Clare1, Mesfin Woldeyohannes1, John O. Schenk2, Robert P. Ingel2, Michael
A. Fiddy2; 1Western Carolina Univ., USA, 2Univ.
of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA. We report
measurements of internal field intensity distribution over 1-D form-birefringent periodic
structures of finite length. Field distributions and
field enhancement are verified but at significantly
reduced strength attributed to small but finite
material loss.
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Performance of Serial Time-Encoded Amplified
Microscopy, Kevin K. Tsia1, Keisuke Goda2, Dale
Capewell2, Bahram Jalali2; 1Univ. of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong, 2Univ. of California at Los Angeles,
USA. Serial time-encoded amplified microscopy
(STEAM) is a new high-sensitivity ultrafast realtime imaging modality. Here we describe an
analysis of its spatial resolution, frame rate, and
detection sensitivity.
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Concentration of Phase-Information, Christian
R. Müller1, Mario Usuga2, Christoffer Wittmann1,
Petr Marek3, Radim Filip3, Christoph Marquardt1,
Ulrik L. Andersen2, Gerd Leuchs1; 1Max-PlanckInst. for the Science of Light, Germany, 2Technical
Univ. of Denmark, Denmark, 3Dept. of Optics,
Palacký Univ., Czech Republic. We demonstrate
a probabilistic scheme capable of increasing
the phase information of weak coherent states
by addition of thermal noise and subsequent
photon-counting based postselection. We present
experimental and theoretical results.
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Non-Equilibrium LO and TO Phonon Generation by Electron Transport in Terahertz
Quantum Cascade Lasers , Miriam S. Vitiello1,
Gaetano Scamarcio1, Rita C. Iotti2, Fausto Rossi2,
Lukas Mahler3, Alessandro Tredicucci3; 1CNRINFM LIT3, Italy, 2Politecnico di Torino, Italy,
3
CNR-INFM NEST and Scuola Normale Superiore,
Italy. We report on the experimental observation of
non-equilibrium longitudinal and transverse optical phonons populations associated with electron
transport in resonant-phonon THz quantumcascade lasers and compare the results with the
outcome of Monte Carlo simulations.
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Phase Front Design with Metallic Pillar Arrays,
Lieven Verslegers, Peter B. Catrysse, Zongfu Yu,
Wonseok Shin, Zhichao Ruan, Shanhui Fan; Stanford Univ., USA. We demonstrate numerically the
ability to design a phase front using an array of
metallic pillars. We show that in such structures,
the local phase delay upon transmission can be
tuned by local geometry.
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Adaptive Optical Phase Estimation, D. Nakane1,
T. A. Wheatley1,2,3, D. W. Berry4, H. Yonezawa1, H.
Arao1, D. T. Pope5, T. C. Ralph2,6, H. M. Wiseman2,7,
E. H. Huntington2,3, A. Furusawa1; 1Dept. of Applied Physics and Quantum-Phase Electronics Ctr.,
School of Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 2Ctr.
for Quantum Computer Technology, Australian
Res. Council, Australia, 3School of Engineering and
Information Technology, Univ. College, Univ. of New
South Wales, Australia, 4Inst. for Quantum Computing, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada, 5Perimeter Inst.,
Canada, 6Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Queensland,
Australia, 7Ctr. for Quantum Dynamics, Griffith
Univ., Australia. We experimentally performed
adaptive phase estimation using time-symmetric
quantum smoothing for a stochastically varying
phase on continuous wave coherent beam. We
demonstrate better accuracy than conventional
methods.
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Terahertz Amplifier Based on Gain Switching in
a Quantum Cascade Laser, Nathan Jukam1, Sukhdeep S. Dhillon1, Dimitri Oustinov1, Julien Madeo1,
Stefano Barbieri2, Christophe Manquest2, Carlo
Sirtori2, Suraj P. Khanna3, Edmund H. Linfield3,
Giles Davies3, Jerome Tignon1; 1Lab Pierre Aigrain,
Univ. Paris, France, 2Matériaux et Phénomènes
Quantiques, Univ. Denis Diderot, France, 3School
of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Univ. of
Leeds, UK. A terahertz quantum cascade laser
and an integrated Auston-switch are coupled to
perform ultrafast gain switching. The resulting
non-equilibrium gain is not clamped above laser
threshold and large amplification of input terahertz pulses is demonstrated.
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Nonlinear Plasmonics: From Second-Harmonic
Generation to Spatial Solitons, Artur R. Davoyan,
Ilya V. Shadrivov, Yuri S. Kivshar; Australian Natl.
Univ., Australia. We study two major nonlinear
effects in plasmonic structures: second-harmonic
generation in metal-insulator-metal waveguides
and self-focusing of plasmons propagating
along an interface between metal and Kerr-type
nonlinear dielectric with the formation of spatial
plasmon-polariton solitons.
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Coherent-Feedback Formulation of Continuous Quantum Error Correction Protocols,
Joseph Kerckhoff1, Hendra I. Nurdin1,2, Dmitri S.
Pavlichin1, Hideo Mabuchi1; 1Edward L. Ginzton
Lab, Stanford Univ., USA, 2Dept. of Information
Engineering, Australian Natl. Univ., Australia. We
propose an approach to continuous-time quantum
error correction based on the coherent feedback
of optical probes that naturally utilizes photonic
device physics to implement a stationary and ‘onchip’ protected quantum memory.
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Integrated Terahertz Pulse Generation and
Amplification in Quantum Cascade Lasers,
Sukhdeep S. Dhillon1, Simon Sawallich1, Nathan
Jukam1, Dimitri Oustinov1, Julien Madeo1, Stefano
Barbieri2, Pascal Filloux2, Carlo Sirtori2, Xavier
Marcadet3, Jerome Tignon1; 1Lab Pierre Aigrain,
France, 2Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques,
Univ. Denis Diderot, France, 3Alcatel-Thales III-V
lab, France. Terahertz pulse generation is demonstrated by a resonant femtosecond interband excitation of the miniband of a quantum-cascade-laser.
The laser gain is subsequently used to amplify the
terahertz pulse generated as it propagates through
the cavity.
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Electrostatic Field Control of Exciton-SurfacePlasmon Coupling in Individual Carbon
Nanotubes, Igor Bondarev1, Lilia Woods2, Kevin
Tatur2; 1North Carolina Central Univ., USA, 2Univ.
of South Florida, USA. We show that the perpendicular electrostatic field allows one to control the
exciton-plasmon coupling and photoluminescence
of individual carbon nanotubes. The effect may be
used for the development of nanotube based tunable optoelectronic device applications.
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Single-Defect Photonic Crystal Cavity Laser
Fabricated by a Combined Lithography of Laser
Holography and Focused Ion Beam, Sungmo
Ahn, Sihan Kim, Heonsu Jeon; Seoul Natl. Univ.,
Republic of Korea. InP-based square-lattice photonic crystal laser with a single air-hole defect
was fabricated by a combined lithography of laser
holography and focused ion beam, which enables
the large scale and high throughput fabrication of
PC-based devices.
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Relay-Assisted Free-Space Quantum-Key Distribution with Partial Phase Compensation, Majid
Safari, Murat Uysal; Univ. of Waterloo, Canada. We
study the effect of partial phase compensation on
a free-space relay-assisted quantum-key distribution system. Our analytical results demonstrate
that the relay-assisted system outperforms the
direct transmission even with partial phase
compensation.
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Zero-Dispersion Slow Light in Hollow Waveguide with High-Contrast Grating, Ayumi
Fuchida1, Bala Pesala2, Vadim Karagodsky2, Forrest
G. Sedgwick2, Fumio Koyama1, Connie J. ChangHasnain2; 1Tokyo Inst. of Technology, Japan, 2Univ.
of California at Berkeley, USA. Zero-dispersion
slow light can be seen in a hollow waveguide using
high-contrast grating in wide spectral range. A
zero-dispersion group index of 7 can be obtained
with propagation loss of below 1dB/mm and
15nm-optical bandwidth.
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Wavelength-Locking of an Ultra-Collimated
49 Element Single-Mode Diode Laser Array by
a Distant VHG, Natalia Trela, Howard J. Baker,
Denis R. Hall; Heriot-Watt Univ., UK. VHG-locking of a 49 single mode emitter bar, combined with
dual-axis correction/collimation for smile elimination and beam pointing improvement, gives 100%
wavelength locking to 48 mm VHG-bar separation
and an extended temperature range.
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Non-Lithographic Patterning and MetalAssisted Chemical Etching for Manufacturing
of Tunable Light-Emitting Silicon Nanowire
Arrays, Xiuling Li; Univ. of Illinois, USA. We report
a top-down fabrication method that involves the
combination of superionic-solid-state-stamping
(S4) patterning with metal-assisted-chemicaletching (MacEtch), to produce silicon nanowire
arrays with defined geometry and optical properties in a manufacturable fashion.
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Quantum Interference Measurement for Realizing a Polarization-Based Quantum Relay at
1550 nm, Yinghong Xue1,2, Akio Yoshizawa1,2,
Hidemi Tsuchida1,2; 1AIST, Japan, 2 JST, Japan.
We observed quantum interference using two
polarization-entangled photon pairs at 1550 nm,
created in two periodically poled lithium niobate
waveguides. Using four-fold coincidences, a visibility of 75% was observed without subtracting
accidental coincidences.
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Nanoporous Polymer Liquid Core Waveguides,
Nimi Gopalakrishnan1, Kaushal S. Sagar2, Mads
B. Christiansen1, Sokol Ndoni1, Martin E. Vigild2,
Anders Kristensen1; 1DTU Nanotech, Technical
Univ. of Denmark, Denmark, 2DTU Chemical
and Biochemical Engineering, Technical Univ. of
Denmark, Denmark. We demonstrate liquid core
waveguides defined by UV to enable selective
water infiltration in nanoporous polymers, creating an effective refractive index shift Δn=0.13. The
mode confinement and propagation loss in these
waveguides are presented.
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Advanced Packaging of High-Power SlabCoupled Optical Waveguide Laser and Amplifier Arrays for Coherent Beam Combining, Leo
J. Missaggia1, Shawn M. Redmond1, Michael A.
Brattain1, Michael K. Connors1, Kevin J. Creedon1,
Robin K. Huang2, Bien Chann2, Janice M. Caissie1,
Antonio Sanchez-Rubio1, George W. Turner1; 1MIT
Lincoln Lab, USA, 2Teradiode, USA. Individually
addressable GaAs-based 9XX-nm Slab-Coupled
Optical Waveguide (SCOW) laser and amplifier
arrays have been demonstrated in a modular 2-D
stacked architecture. Approximately 20 W of
coherently-combined power was obtained from
two optically stacked amplifier modules.
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Rare Earth Doped Optical Fiber Fabrication
Using Novel Gas Phase Deposition Technique,
Alexander J. Boyland, Andrew S. Webb, Mridu P.
Kalita, Seongwoo Yoo, Christophe A. Codemard,
Robert J. Standish, Johan Nilsson, Jayanta K. Sahu;
Univ. of Southampton, UK. We report a highly
versatile gas phase technique for making ytterbium
doped silica fibers. Initial results generated 200W
output power with a slope efficiency of 72%.
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Quantum Spread Spectrum Communication,
Travis S. Humble; Oak Ridge Natl. Lab, USA.
We demonstrate that spectral teleportation can
coherently dilate the spectral probability amplitude
of a single photon. In preserving the encoded
quantum information, this variant of teleportation
subsequently enables a form of quantum spread
spectrum communication.
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Chalcogenide Nanowire Waveguides with a
Nonlinear Parameter 150,000 W-1km-1, Barry
Luther-Davies, Xin Gai, Steven Madden, Duk-yong
Choi, Douglas Bulla; CUDOS, Laser Physics Ctr.,
Res. School of Physics and Engineering, Australian
Natl. Univ., Australia. We report dispersionengineered nanowire waveguides fabricated in
Ge11.5As24Se54.5 chalcogenide glass with a
nonlinear parameter γ>150,000W-1km-1 - the
highest reported for a glass waveguide.
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Wavelength-Beam-Combined QuantumCascade-Laser Array for Remote Spectroscopy,
Anish K. Goyal1, Melissa Spencer1, Oleg Shatrovoy1,
Antonio Sanchez 1, Benjamin G. Lee2, Laurent
Diehl2, Christian Pflugl2, Federico Capasso2; 1MIT
Lincoln Lab, USA, 2Harvard Univ., USA. We
demonstrate transmission spectroscopy between
a monostatic transceiver based on a wavelengthbeam-combined quantum-cascade-laser array and
a retroreflector placed at 35 meters.
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Compression of Ultra-High Power Laser
Pulses, Vladimir Chvykov1, Christophe Radier2,
Gilles Chériaux2, Galina Kalinchenko1, Victor
Yanovsky1, Gerard Mourou2; 1Univ. of Michigan,
USA, 2Lab d’Optique Appliquée, ENSTA, École
Polytechnique, France. We present easy-scalable
pulse recompression method based on spectral
broadening due to self phase modulation in bulk
medium. Our experiment demonstrates a possibility of compression of high-energy pulses above 1J
from 30 to 14 fs.
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Highly Stable Diode-Laser Pumped, Idler
Resonant CW OPO Based on MgO:PPLN,
Andreas Lenhard1, Sebastian Zaske1, Johannes A.
L’huillier2, Christoph Becher1; 1Univ. des Saarlandes, Germany, 2Technische Univ. Kaiserslautern,
Germany. We report on a diode laser pumped
continuous wave, pump enhanced idler-resonant
optical parametric oscillator. Cavity stabilization
by a Pound-Drever-Hall scheme using direct
modulation of the diode laser enables long-time
frequency and amplitude stable output.
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Textron’s J-HPSSL 100 kW ThinZag® Laser
Program, Alex Mandl, Daniel E. Klimek; Textron
Defense Systems, USA. In this presentation, we describe recent work performed at Textron Defense
Systems in the development of a 100 kW ThinZag®
laser as part of the Joint High Power Solid State
Laser program.
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Design of the 10 PW OPCPA Facility for the
Vulcan Laser, Ian O. Musgrave1, Oleg Chekhlov1,
John Collier1, R. Clarke1, A. Dunne1, S. Hancock1, R.
Heathcote1, C. Hernandez–Gomez1, M. Galimberti1,
A. Lyachev1, P. Matousek1, D. Neely1, P. Norreys1,
I. Ross1, Y. Tang1, T. Winstone1, G. New2; 1Central
Laser Facility, CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Lab,
UK, 2Imperial College London, UK. We present
the progress made in developing 10PW OPCPA
facility for the Vulcan laser to produce pulses
with focused intensities >1023 Wcm-2. This power
level will be delivered by generating pulses with
>300J in 30fs.
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Narrow-Band Degenerate Optical Parametric
Oscillator in Periodically Poled MgO:LiNbO3
with a Volume Bragg Grating Output Coupler,
Peter Koch1, Felix Ruebel1, Martin Nittmann2,
Thorsten Bauer2, Juergen Bartschke2, Johannes A.
L’huillier1; 1Photonik-Zentrum Kaiserslautern e.
V., Germany, 2Xiton Photonics GmbH, Germany.
We report on a narrow-band (<0.7nm) optical
parametric oscillator operating at degeneracy. By
using a volume Bragg grating a signal power of
1.7W with a slope efficiency of 31.8% and good
beam quality was achieved.
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Demonstration of aTemporally and Spatially
High Quality Petawatt-Class Laser System, Hiromitsu Kiriyama1, Michiaki Mori1, Yoshiki Nakai1,
Takuya Shimomura1, Hajime Sasao1, Momoko
Tanaka1, Yoshihiro Ochi1, Manabu Tanoue1, Hajime
Okada1, Shuhei Kanazawa1, Akito Sagisaka1, Izuru
Daito1, Daisuke Wakai1, Fumitaka Sasao1, Masayuki Suzuki1, Kiminori Kondo1, Akira Sugiyama1,
Sergei Bulanov1, Paul R. Bolton1, Hiroyuki Daido1,
Atsushi Yokoyama1, Shunichi Kawanishi1, Toshiki
Tajima1,2; 1JAEA, Japan, 2Ludwig-MaximiliansUniv., Germany. We report the demonstration
of over 30-J of uncompressed broadband energy,
indicating the potential peak power in excess of
500-TW with high temporal-contrast around
1011 and a flat-toped spatial-profile with an ~80%
filling factor.
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High-Power, CW Optical Parametric Oscillator
Pumped by an Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser at 532 nm, Goutam K. Samanta1,
Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh1,2; 1ICFO, Spain, 2ICREA,
Spain. We report the first continuous-wave
optical-parametric-oscillator pumped externally
by an optically-pumped-semiconductor-laser. The
device provides >2W of frequency-stable output
(>60 MHz over 60 seconds) at 48.7% extraction
efficiency in TEM00 spatial beam tunable over
873-1360 nm.
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Catherine Le Blanc; École
Polytechnique, France, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Joyce Poon; Univ. of Toronto,
Canada, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Regeneration
Natasha Litchinitser; SUNY
Buffalo, USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Imaging
Brian Applegate; Texas A&M
Univ., USA, Presider
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Generation of Sub 7-fs Pulses at 800 nm from
a Degenerate Optical Parametric Amplifier,
Aleem M. Siddiqui1, Giovanni Cirmi1,2, Daniele
Brida2, Giulio Cerullo2, Franz X. Kärtner1; 1MIT,
USA, 2Politecnico di Milano, Italy. We generate
800-nm, sub-7-fs pulses from a degenerate Optical Parametric Amplifier pumped by the second
harmonic of a Ti:sapphire system and seeded by
supercontinuum generated by a near IR OPA
pumped by the same source.
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Characterization of SOI Microrings Using IR
Imaging , Michael L. Cooper1, Greeshma Gupta1,
Jung S. Park1, Mark A. Schneider1, Ivan B. Divliansky2, Shayan Mookherjea1; 1Univ. of California at
San Diego, USA, 2Univ. of Central Florida, USA.
We demonstrate a non-invasive diagnostic method
of quantitative infrared (IR) imaging, applied here
to a series cascade of SOI microrings. The images
contain information on inaccessible through-ports
and resonators themselves, providing coupling and
intensity-enhancement parameters.
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Optical Carrier Regeneration for Wavelength
Reusable Multicarrier Distributed OADM
Network, Motoharu Matsuura, Eiji Oki; Univ. of
Electro-Communications, Japan. We demonstrate
optical carrier regeneration for wavelength reuse
in a multicarrier distributed OADM network. It
is possible to achieve a high-quality regenerated
signal even though the employed data signal for
wavelength reuse is drastically degraded.
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Single-Molecule Approaches for Superresolution Imaging, Trapping, and Nanophotonics,
W. E. Moerner; Stanford Univ., USA. Single
fluorescent molecules provide useful nanometersized absorbers and sources of light, which
enable superresolution imaging, trapping, and
nanometer-scale probing of optical fields in
nanophotonic structures. Fundamentals of these
effects will be described.
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Picosecond Synchronously Pumped ZnGeP2
Optical Parametric Oscillator, Jean-Baptiste
Dherbecourt, Antoine Godard, Myriam Raybaut,
Michel Lefebvre; DMPH Onera, The French Aerospace Lab, France. We report the continuous modelocked operation of a picosecond, singly-resonant,
synchronously-pumped optical parametric oscillator (SPOPO) based on ZGP. The ZGP SPOPO
emits in the 4-6 µm range with signal power higher
than 800 mW.
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Adiabatic Couplers in SOI Waveguides, Liang
Cao, Ali Elshaari, Abdelsalam Aboketaf, Stefan
Preble; Rochester Inst. of Technology, USA.
Adiabatic 3-dB couplers based on highly confined
silicon waveguides are studied and experimentally
demonstrated. The couplers are inherently broadband and insensitive to fabrication imperfections,
which enables reliable photonic circuits.
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Performances of All-Optical Wavelength
Conversion by Means of Nonlinear Polarization Rotation in an SOA for WLAN Systems
Using RoF Technologies, Motoharu Matsuura,
Nanang Krisdianto, Naoto Kishi; Univ. of ElectroCommunications, Japan. We report an all-optical
wavelength conversion for WLAN systems using
radio-over-fiber technologies. We investigate the
performances and successfully achieve high conversion performances in the operating wavelength
range of 60 nm.
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Multi-Octave-Spanning Laser Harmonics for
Ultrafast Waveform Synthesis, Wei-Chun Hsu1,
Ying-Yao Lai2, Chien-Jen Lai3, Lung-Han Peng2,
Ci-Ling Pan4, Andy Kung1,4; 1Academia Sinica,
Taiwan, 2Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 3MIT, USA,
4
Natl. Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan. The second to the
fifth harmonics of a fundamental frequency are
generated in a lithium tantalate crystal by cascaded
quasi-phase-matched frequency mixing. These
harmonics can be used to synthesize a train of
periodic sub-femtosecond pulses.
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Silicon RF MEMS Based Optical Modulator,
Suresh Sridaran, Sunil A. Bhave; School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell Univ., USA.
We report on co-fabrication of photonic microdisk
resonators and RF-MEMS radial-contour mode
resonators on the same SOI substrate. By mechanically coupling the two resonators, we demonstrate
an optical modulator for 1560nm light operating
at 288MHz.
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Improvement of NOLM-Based Phase-Preserving Amplitude Limiters by Fiber Optimizations, Christian Stephan1,2,3, Klaus Sponsel1,2,
Georgy Onishchukov1,3, Bernhard Schmauss3,4,
Gerd Leuchs1,2,3; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science
of Light, Germany, 2Inst. of Optics, Information and
Photonic, Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany,
3
Erlangen Graduate School in Advanced Optical
Technologies, Germany, 4Chair for Microwave Engineering, Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.
The noise limits of phase-preserving NOLM-based
regenerators from Rayleigh backscattering and
possible improvements are investigated. Applying
optimizations a four fold increase in the number
of cascaded regenerators was achieved for a DPSK
transmission system.
$5I;tQN
15-fs Multicolor Laser Pulses Generation Using
Cascaded Four-Wave Mixing with Chirped Pulses Incidence, Takayoshi Kobayashi1,2,3,4, Jun Liu1,2;
1
JST, ICORP, Ultrashort Pulse Laser Project, Japan,
2
Univ. of Electro-Communications, Japan, 3Natl.
Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan, 4Osaka Univ., Japan.
With the use of negatively chirped and positively
chirped incident pulses, as short as 15 fs multicolor
pulses were obtained in a fused silica glass using
cascaded four-wave mixing technique.
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Optical Micromechanical Amplification and
Damping in a Waveguide Microcavity, Marcel
W. Pruessner, Todd H. Stievater, William S.
Rabinovich; NRL, USA. We demonstrate resonant
amplification and damping in an integrated micromechanical resonator coupled to a waveguide
Fabry-Perot microcavity. By varying the laser
power and wavelength, the effective mechanical Q-factor (Q0=25,000) is varied from 9,800
to 490,000.
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8-Channel 20 Gb/s Non-Return-to-Zero Signal
Regeneration, Yu Yu, Adrian Wonfor, Jose B.
Rosas–Fernández, Jonathan D. Ingham, Richard
V. Penty, Ian H. White; Ctr. for Photonic Systems,
Electrical Engineering Div., Engineering Dept., Univ.
of Cambridge, UK. We demonstrate multi-channel
NRZ signal regeneration with NRZ-RZ-NRZ
regenerative format conversion, using a phasemodulator and two fiber MZIs. Q improvements
for eight 20Gb/s channels and BER for two representative channels demonstrate regeneration is
achieved simultaneously.
Thursday, May 20
W. E. (William E.) Moerner obtained his M.S.
(1978) and Ph.D. (1982) in Physics from Cornell
University. He spent thirteen years as a Research
Staff Member, Project Leader, and Manager at
the IBM Almaden Research Center in San Jose,
California. After an appointment as Visiting Guest
Professor of Physical Chemistry at ETH-Zuerich
(1993-1994), he assumed the Distinguished Chair
in Physical Chemistry in the Department of
Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of
California, San Diego in 1995. His research group
moved to Stanford University in 1998 where he
became Professor of Chemistry (1998), Harry S.
Mosher Professor (2003), and Professor, by courtesy, of Applied Physics (2005). He received the
Earle K. Plyler Prize for Molecular Spectroscopy
in 2001, the Wolf Prize in Chemistry in 2008, and
the Irving Langmuir Prize in Chemical Physics in
2009, and was elected to the National Academy of
Sciences in 2007.
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Roman Schnabel; Leibnitz Univ.
Hannover, Germany, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Charles Santori; Hewlett-Packard
Labs, USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Martin Wegener; Karlsruhe Inst.
of Technology, Univ. of Karlsruhe,
Germany, Presider
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Suppression of Collisional Decoherence in Optically Trapped Atomic Ensemble by Bang-Bang
Dynamical Decoupling, Yoav Sagi, Ido Almog,
Nir Davidson; Weizmann Inst. of Science, Israel.
We employ dynamical decoupling techniques to
suppress the decoherence induced by elastic collisions in optically trapped Rb atoms. Coherence
times exceeding 3 sec in a dense ensemble are
demonstrated for an arbitrary initial state.
25I,tQN
Optical Properties of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers
Created near a Diamond Surface, Kai-Mei C.
Fu, Charles Santori, Paul E. Barclay, Raymond G.
Beausoleil; Hewlett-Packard Labs, USA. We study
the optical properties of nitrogen-vacancy centers
created near the diamond surface by nitrogen
implantation and annealing and present a method
to convert neutral NV centers to the desired negatively charged state.
25I-tQN
Impact of High-Order Surface Plasmon Modes
of Metal Nanoparticles on Emission Enhancement, Greg Sun1, Jacob B. Khurgin2; 1Univ. of
Massachusetts at Boston, USA, 2Johns Hopkins
Univ., USA. High-order surface plasmon modes of
the metal nanoparticles are modelled analytically
to treat on the efficiency enhancement of optical
emission, the effect of the luminescence quenching and to optimize luminescence enhancement
factor.
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Cavity QED of Nitrogen Vacancy Centers in
Diamond with Nanopillar and Deformed Silica
Microsphere, Russell J. Barbour, Khodadad Nima
Dinyari, Hailin Wang; Univ. of Oregon, USA.
Deformed silica microspheres are used to greatly
enhance evanescent coupling between whispering
gallery modes and nitrogen vacancy centers in a
diamond nanopillar, overcoming the difficulty of
short evanescent decay length of the composite
cavity-QED system.
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Plasmonic Dicke Effect, Tigran V. Shahbazyan,
Vitaliy N. Pustovit; Jackson State Univ., USA. A
plasmon-mediated mechanism of cooperative
emission by an ensemble of dipoles near a metal
nanoparticle is studied. The radiation is dominated
by plasmonic super-radiant states which survive
dipole-dipole interactions and non-radiative
losses in the metal.
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Using Laser Spectroscopy to Study NonMaxwellian Behavior of Trapped Ions, Ralph
DeVoe; Stanford Univ., USA. Trapped ions cooled
by a buffer gas can form an extended diffuse cloud
dominated by power-law tails, rather than the
Gaussian expected by Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics, as described in PRL 102, 063001 (2009).
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Resonance Fluorescence of Single Molecules
Assisted by Plasmonic Structure, Ying Gu1, Lina
Huang2, Qihuang Gong1, Olivier J. F. Martin2; 1Inst.
of Optics, School of Physics, Peking Univ., China,
2
INanophotonics and Metrology Lab, Swiss Federal
Inst. of Technology Lausanne, École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland. When molecules are resonantly excited by enhanced near
field of silver nanostrips, through a balance between field enhancement and decay modification,
Mollow triplet of fluorescence and antibunching
of emission photons are found.
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Experimental Demonstration of Computer
Reconfigurable Multimode Entanglement, JeanFrancois Morizur1,2, Lachlan Nicholls1, Pu Jian1,2,
Seiji Armstrong1, Kate Wagner1, Magnus Hsu3,
Warwick P. Bowen3, Nicolas Treps2, Jiri Janousek1,
Hans Bachor 1; 1Australian Ctr. for Quantum
Atom Optics, Australian Natl. Univ., Australia,
2
Lab Kastler Brossel, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie,
France, 3Univ. of Queensland, Australia. Quantum
protocols require multiple entangled modes. We
demonstrate a set of tools that generate, manipulate and detect multimode entanglement within a
single beam of light. This new method is flexible
and computer controlled.
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Pumping of Nuclear Spins by Optical Excitation
of Spin-Forbidden Transitions in a Quantum
Dot, Evgeny A. Chekhovich1,2, Maxim N. Makhonin1, Kirill V. Kavokin3, Andrey B. Krysa1, Maurice S. Skolnick1, Alexander I. Tartakovskii1; 1Univ.
of Sheffield, UK, 2Inst. of Solid State Physics, Russian
Federation, 3A. F. Ioffe Physico-Technical Inst., Russian Federation. We demonstrate optical pumping
of nuclear spins in semiconductor quantum dots
by resonant pumping of optically forbidden transitions. Employing this process, nuclear polarization
of 65% is achieved, markedly higher than from
pumping the allowed transition.
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Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering of Semiconducting Quantum Dots on Nanostructured
Plasmonic Surfaces, James T. Hugall, Jeremy
J. Baumberg, Sumeet Mahajan; NanoPhotonics
Ctr., Cavendish Lab, Univ. of Cambridge, UK.
Nanostructured gold surfaces with localized
surface plasmon resonances are shown to produce
surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) of
sub-monolayers of semiconducting quantum
dots. These results pave the way for quantum dots
use as markers.
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Alfred Leitenstorfer; Univ.
Konstanz, Germany, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Prem Kumar; Northwestern
Univ., USA, Presider
4:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
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Rene-Jean Essiambre; Bell Labs,
Alcatel-Lucent, USA, Presider
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Quantum Optics with Semiconductor Quantum Dots in Microcavities, C. Gies, S. Ritter,
M. Florian, P. Gartner, Frank Jahnke; Inst. for
Theoretical Physics, Univ. of Bremen, Germany.
For quantum-dot-based microcavity lasers with
large spontaneous emission coupling we compare results of a microscopic theory with recent
experiments. Coherence properties and photon
correlations are discussed and the single-emitter
limited is studied.
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Enhancing Contrast of Point Images Using
Coherent States and Photon-Number-Resolving
Detectors, Alexander Ling, Aaron Pearlman,
Elizabeth Goldschmidt, Jingyun Fan, Alan Migdall;
Joint Quantum Inst., NIST and Univ. of Maryland,
USA. We map the transverse profile of light beams
using photon-number-resolving detectors, and
observe compression of beam profiles for higher
detected photon-number, enabling contrast enhancement between two Airy disk beams at the
Rayleigh limit.
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Forward Error Correction (FEC) in Optical
Communication, Frank Kschischang, Benjamin
P. Smith; Univ. of Toronto, Canada. Error-control
coding is becoming increasingly important, in
combination with advanced modulation methods,
for improving the spectral efficiency of optical
communication systems. This tutorial reviews
fundamental limits on and promising practical
architectures for modern FEC methods.
Frank Jahnke received his Ph.D. in Physics from
the University of Rostock (Germany) in 1990.
He was postdoctoral research associate at the
Forschungszentrum Jülich (Germany) and at the
Optical Sciences Center, University of Arizona.
He obtained his Habilitation at the University of
Marburg (Germany) in 1997 and subsequently
became Heisenberg Fellow of the German Science Foundation (DFG). In 2000 he joined the
University of Bremen (Germany) as a full professor
for Theoretical Physics. Frank Jahnke’s research
activities involve quantum optical effects and
many-body interactions in semiconductor nanostructures. He contributed to the development of
microscopic models that successfully covered various applications ranging from quantum-dot lasers
to non-classical semiconductor light sources.
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Sub-Rayleigh Imaging via N-Photon Detection,
Fabrizio Guerrieri1, Lorenzo Maccone2, Franco N.
C. Wong2, Jeffrey H. Shapiro2, Simone Tisa3, Franco
Zappa1; 1Politecnico di Milano, Italy, 2MIT, USA,
3
Micro Photon Devices srl, Italy. We demonstrate
resolution enhancement beyond the Rayleigh diffraction limit using an N-photon detection strategy
that is implemented with a single-photon imager.
Experimental results are in good agreement with
theory proposed by Giovannetti et al.
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Spatial Resolution below the Diffraction Limit,
Lee A. Rozema1, Lynden K. Shalm1, Aephraim
M. Steinberg1, Malcolm N. O’Sullivan2, Robert
W. Boyd2; 1Ctr. for Quantum Information and
Quantum Control and Inst. for Optical Sciences,
Univ. of Tornto, Canada, 2Inst. of Optics, Univ. of
Rochester, USA. Entanglement can lead to subRayleigh resolution. We demonstrate this spatial
super-resolution in a manner compatible with
lithography and diffraction based biosensors. We
characterize sensitivity to spatial shifts and discuss
when there is a quantum advantage.
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Dispersion Cancellation with Phase-Sensitive
Gaussian-State Light, Jeffrey H. Shapiro; MIT,
USA. Gaussian-state phase-sensitive light is used
to explain Franson’s nonlocal dispersion cancellation [Phys. Rev. A 45, 3126 (1982)]. It is shown
that entanglement is only needed to achieve
high contrast.
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Frank R. Kschischang is a Professor of Electrical
and Computer Engineering and Canada Research
Chair in Communication Algorithms at the
University of Toronto,where he has been a faculty
member since 1991. During 1997-98, he was a
visiting scientist at MIT, Cambridge, MA and in
2005 he was a visiting professor at the ETH, Zürich.
His research interests are focused on information
theory and channel coding techniques applied to
various practical channels. Dr. Kschischang is a
Fellow of IEEE and of the Engineering Institute
of Canada, and he serves as the 2010 President of
the IEEE Information Theory Society.
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Joseph Buck; Lockheed Martin,
USA, Presider
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Spectral Wavefront Optical Reconstruction by
Diffraction, Eugene Frumker1,2, Gerhard G. Paulus2,3, Hiromichi Niikura4,5, David M. Villeneuve1,
Paul B. Corkum1; 1Joint Laboratory for Attosecond
Science, Natl. Res. Council Canada and Univ. of
Ottawa, Canada, 2Texas A&M Univ., USA, 3Inst. of
Optics and Quantum Electronics, Germany, 4Natl.
Res. Council, Canada, 5PRESTO, JST, Japan. We
demonstrate a new concept of spectrally-resolved
wavefront characterization, particular useful for
high-harmonic and soft X-ray radiation. It is based
on an analysis of radiation diffracted from a slit
scanned in front of flat-field spectrometer.
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Self-Guided Operation of Green-Pumped Singly
Resonant CW OPO Based on Bulk MgO:PPLN,
In-Ho Bae1, Han Seb Moon1, Sebastian Zaske2,
Christoph Becher 2, Seung Kwan Kim 3, Seung
Nam Park3, Dong-Hoon Lee3; 1Pusan Natl. Univ.,
Republic of Korea, 2Univ. des Saarlandes, Germany,
3
Korea Res. Inst. of Standards and Science, Republic
of Korea. We report on the self-guided operation
of a singly resonant, thermally loaded CW OPO
and its improved characteristics of mode quality
and stability in the case of a MgO:PPLN crystal
pumped at 532 nm.
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Automatic Recognition of Diverse 3-D Objects
and Analysis of Large Urban Scenes Using
Ground and Aerial LIDAR Sensors, Yuri Owechko, Swarup Medasani, Thommen Korah; HRL Labs,
LLC, USA. We describe a learning-based 3-D
object recognition pipeline developed under the
DARPA URGENT program for analyzing a large
LIDAR dataset collected by both airborne and
ground platforms for an extended urban area.
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Observation of Nonlinear Wavelength Conversion Processes of High Order Harmonics,
Tsuneto Kanai, Akira Suda, Katsumi Midorikawa;
RIKEN, Japan. We observe nonlinear wavelength
conversion processes of high harmonics for the
first time. The energies of the generated photons
are up-converted and momenta of them are
narrowly-distributed.
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Frequency Upconversion in Periodically Poled
LiNbO3 Capable of Achieving Single-Photon
Sensitivities for Detections at 1.27 µm and
1.57 µm, Yi Jiang1, Yujie J. Ding1, Ioulia B. Zotova2, Narasimha S. Prasad3; 1Lehigh Univ., USA,
2
ArkLight, USA, 3NASA Langley Res. Ctr., USA. We
have demonstrated that frequency upconversion in
periodically-poled LiNbO3 is capable of reaching
single-photon sensitivities for detections at 1.27
µm and 1.57 µm at room temperature.
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Full Phase Matching of Ultrafast Coherent High
Harmonic X-Rays at 0.5 keV, Ming-Chang Chen,
Paul Arpin, Tenio Popmintchev, Michael Ryan
Gerrity, Matt Seaberg, Bosheng Zhang, Margaret
Murnane, Henry Kapteyn; JILA, NIST, Univ. of
Colorado at Boulder, USA. By focusing a 2 µm
driving laser into a multi-atmosphere pressure,
gas-filled waveguide, we demonstrate full phase
matching of high harmonic x-rays throughout
the water window for the first time, at energies
> 0.5 keV.
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Efficient Second Harmonic Generation in
Orientation Patterned GaAs Waveguides, M.
B. Oron, P. Blau, S. Pearl, S. Shusterman; Soreq
NRC, Israel. High SHG efficiency of 21%W-1 was
demonstrated in OPGaAs waveguides for the
first time. The high efficiency is attributed to
record low loss values of 1.5db/cm obtained in
these waveguides.
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High Pulse-Energy Atmospheric Aerosol Lidar
at 1.5-Microns Wavelength: Opportunities for
Innovation from a Meteorologist’s Perspective,
Shane D. Mayor; California State Univ. at Chico,
USA. Laser and optical engineering challenges
and recent progress in the area of high pulseenergy direct-detection atmospheric lidar near
1.5 microns wavelength are described.
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Difference Frequency Generation in DomainDisordered Quasi-Phase Matching Semiconductor Waveguides, Sean J. Wagner1, Iliya Sigal1, Amr
S. Helmy1, J. Stewart Aitchison1, Usman Younis2,
Barry M. Holmes2, David C. Hutchings2; 1Univ.
of Toronto, Canada, 2Univ. of Glasgow, UK. Idler
wavelengths in the L- and U-bands were produced
from a C-band signal and short-wave infrared
pump by three-wave mixing in quasi-phasematched semiconductor superlattice waveguides.
Development of superlattice lasers demonstrates
compatibility for monolithic integration.
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Eliminating Spatiotemporal Distortions from
Angular Dispersion in Noncollinear Optical
Parametric Amplifiers, Jake Bromage, Christophe
Dorrer, Jonathan D. Zuegel; Univ. of Rochester,
USA. Spatiotemporal aberrations from megahertzrepetition-rate noncollinear optical parametric
amplifiers are characterized using spatially resolved spectral interferometry. Pulse-front tilt is
eliminated by optimizing the signal’s angular gain
spectrum, increasing the intensity at focus.
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High-Q SiO2-Clad Silicon Photonic Crystal
Microcavities for Ultra-Low Energy Switching,
Sean P. Anderson, Philippe M. Fauchet; Univ. of
Rochester, USA. We outline the development of a
SiO2-embedded silicon photonic crystal microcavity with Q above 10,000, which forms the basis for
a CMOS-compatible electro-optic modulator with
switching energy below 0.1 fJ/bit.
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Tunable Broadband Optical Delay Using Phase
Modulation, Feifei Yin, Ming Xin, Cheng Lei,
Hongwei Chen, Minghua Chen, Shizhong Xie;
Tsinghua Univ., China. A novle tunable broadband
optical delay scheme using phase modulation is
proposed and experimentally demonstrated. A
2ps Gaussian pulse is frequency-chirped, phasemodulated by a ramp signal and delayed up to 9
times of pulse width.
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Double-Helix Microscopy for Wide-Field 3-D
Single-Molecule Fluorescence Imaging, Ginni
Sharma1, Sri Rama Prasanna Pavani2, Sean Quirin1,
Rafael Piestun1; 1Univ. of Colorado at Boulder,
USA, 2Caltech, USA. We present methods to
improve the localization accuracy in wide-field
3-D single-molecule double-helix microscopy.
We analyze the optical efficiency of the system,
the fundamental limit for 3-D localization, the
estimation algorithms, and polarization sensitive detection.
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0.4 µJ, Sub-10-fs Pulses from a MHz-NOPA,
Moritz Emons 1, Andy Steinmann 1,2, Thomas
Binhammer3, Guido Palmer1, Marcel Schultze1,
Uwe Morgner1,4; 1Inst. of Quantum Optics, Leibniz
Univ. Hannover, Germany, 24th Physics Inst.,
Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany, 3VENTEON Laser
Technologies GmbH, Germany, 4Laser Zentrum
Hannover, Germany. We present a non-collinear
optical parametric amplifier (NOPA) delivering
sub-10-fs pulses with 420 nJ of pulse energy. The
system is driven by pulse trains at 1-MHz repetition rate from an amplified Yb:KYW oscillator
with cavity-dumping.
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A Tunable Optical Channelizing Filter Using
Silicon Coupled Ring Resonators, Po Dong1,
Ning-Ning Feng 1, Dazeng Feng 1, Wei Qian 1,
Hong Liang1, Daniel C. Lee1, Bradley J. Luff1,
Mehdi Asghari1, Anjali Agarwal2, Tom Banwell2,
Ron Menendez2, Paul Toliver2, Ted K. Woodward2;
1
Kotura Inc., USA, 2Telcordia Technologies, USA.
We demonstrate a wavelength-tunable optical
channelizing filter with a high extinction ratio (50
dB), a narrow bandwidth (2.4 GHz), and a large
free spectral range (50 GHz) using high-order
coupled silicon rings.
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All-Optical Regenerative Wavelength Conversion Based on a Modified Delayed Interference
Signal Wavelength Converter, Xiaofan Zhao1,
Dan Lu1, Caiyun Lou1, Shilong Pan2; 1Tsinghua
Univ., China, 2Univ. of Ottawa, Canada. All-optical
regenerative wavelength converter is proposed and
demonstrated based on the delayed interference
signal wavelength converter followed by a SOA.
Signal quality can be improved by the regenerative
amplification of the SOA.
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Localizing and Tracking Single Emitters in
Three Dimensions Using a Double-Helix Point
Spread Function, Michael A. Thompson, Matthew D. Lew, Majid Badieirostami, W. E. Moerner;
Stanford Univ., USA. Single fluorescent emitters
can be localized and tracked in 3-D with less than
1000 detected photons by using a DH-PSF. The
tracking of quantum dots both in solution and
inside a living cell is demonstrated.
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A Picosecond Optical Parametric Oscillator
Synchronously Pumped by an Amplified GainSwitched Laser Diode, Florian Kienle1, Kang K.
Cheng1, Shaif-ul Alam1, Corin B. E. Gawith2, Jacob
I. Mackenzie1, David C. Hanna1, David J. Richardson1, David P. Shepherd1; 1Univ. of Southampton,
UK, 2Covesion Ltd., UK. We demonstrate a picosecond optical parametric oscillator synchronously
pumped by a fiber-amplified gain-switched laser
diode. Up to 7.3W at 1.54µm and 3.1W at 3.4µm
is obtained at pulse repetition rates between 114.8
and 918.4MHz.
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Low Dispersion Silicon Slot Waveguides for
Frequency Comb Generation with Equally
Spaced Spectral Lines, Lin Zhang1, Yue Yang1,
Alan E. Willner1, Raymond G. Beausoleil2; 1Univ. of
Southern California, USA, 2HP Labs, USA. A silicon
slotted ring resonator with flattened dispersion
in the cavity produces uniform spectral lines in
on-chip frequency comb generations. Standard
deviation of FSR is improved by 250x compared
to a strip waveguide.
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Time-Lens Based Synchronizer and Retimer
for 10 Gb/s Ethernet Packets with up to ±1MHz
Frequency Offset., Janaina Laguardia Areal, Hao
Hu; DTU Fotonik, Technical Univ. of Denmark,
Denmark. We present a time-lens based all-optical
10Gb/s frame synchronizer and retimer. Our
scheme can work with a 4096-bit frame, with frequency offset up to 1MHz, which is demonstrated
by experimental results.
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High-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy
Employing a Cyclic Sequential Multiphoton
Excitation, Keisuke Isobe1, Akira Suda1, Hiroshi Hashimoto 2, Fumihiko Kannari 2, Hiroyuki
Kawano3, Hideaki Mizuno3, Atsushi Miyawaki3,
Katsumi Midorikawa1; 1RIKEN Advanced Science
Inst., Japan, 2Keio Univ., Japan, 3RIKEN Brain Science Inst., Japan. We demonstrate high-resolution
fluorescence microscopy based on a cyclic sequential multiphoton process, which gives rise
to fluorescence emission following a sequence
of cyclic transitions between the bright and dark
states of a fluorophore.
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Using Hyperentangled Photons to Prepare
Bound Entanglement, Aditya N. Sharma1, Julio
T. Barreiro2, Paul G. Kwiat1; 1Univ. of Illinois, USA,
2
Inst. fur Experimentalphysik, Univ. Innsbruck,
Austria. We present an experimental setup to
prepare the bound-entangled Smolin state using
hyperentangled photons produced by spontaneous
parametric down-conversion. We can verify the
state produced using quantum state tomography
and “unlocking” of entanglement.
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Novel Narrow-Band Spectral Interference Filter
with Very High Transmittance, Jan Bogdanski1,
Ariel Danan2, Scott Jobling1, Kevin McCusker1,
Stephan Quint3, Alex Z. Smith1, Jake Smith1, Paul
G. Kwiat1; 1Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
USA, 2Tel Aviv Univ., Israel, 3Johannes Gutenberg
Univ., Germany. A single-photon source is an important component in many quantum information
processing applications. One of the most widely
used single-photon generation schemes utilizes
parametric down-conversion (PDC).
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Spectral Studies of Optical Coherence in DNAEncapsulated Silver Clusters, Sumant S. R.
Oemrawsingh1, Patrick O’Neill2, Rick Leijssen1, Eric
R. Eliel1, Elizabeth G. Gwinn2, Deborah Kuchnir
Fygenson2, Dirk Bouwmeester1,2; 1Huygens Lab,
Leiden Univ., Netherlands, 2Univ. of California at
Santa Barbara, USA. Novel emitters consisting
of silver nanoclusters that are bound to singlestranded DNA show great promise as accurately
positioned single photon sources that can interact
coherently. Here, we present first results of a
spectroscopic study.
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Entanglement-Enhanced Measurement of
a Completely Unknown Phase, Dominic W.
Berry1, Guo-Yong Xiang2, Brendon L. Higgins2,
Howard M. Wiseman2, Geoff J. Pryde2; 1Inst. for
Quantum Computing, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada,
2
Ctr. for Quantum Dynamics, Griffith Univ., Australia. We demonstrate a method for achieving
phase measurements with accuracy beyond the
standard quantum limit using entangled states.
A sophisticated feedback scheme means that no
initial estimate of the phase is required.
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Reversing the Weak Quantum Measurement for
a Photonic Qubit, Yong-Su Kim, Young-Wook
Cho, Young-Sik Ra, Yoon-Ho Kim; Pohang Univ.
of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea. We
demonstrate the conditional reversal of a weak
quantum measurement on a photonic qubit. The
state recovery fidelity, determined by quantum
process tomography, is shown to be over 94% for
partial-collapse strength up to 0.9.
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3-D Orientation of Single Molecules in an
Optical λ/2-Microresonator, Raphael Gutbrod1,
Alexey I. Chizhik1, Dmitry Khoptyar1,2, Anna M.
Chizhik1, Sebastian Bär1, Alfred J. Meixner1; 1Univ.
of Tuebingen, Germany, 2Lund Univ., Sweden. We
present a tunable microresonator which can be
used to modify the optical properties of single
quantum emitters. The 3-D orientation and position of a single molecule is determined with a
radially polarized laser beam.
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A Weak Value Inequality as a Test for Local
Realism, Justin Dressel, Curtis J. Broadbent,
Andrew N. Jordan; Univ. of Rochester, USA. We
derive a weak value inequality for a particle pair
that should be satisfied under specific assumptions of local realism. Any correlated quantum
particle pair can produce unbounded violations
of this inequality.
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Observation of Bohmian Trajectories of a Single
Photon Using Weak Measurements, Lynden
K. Shalm1, Sacha Kocsis1, Sylvain Ravets1, Boris
Braverman1, Martin J. Stevens2, Richard P. Mirin2,
Aephraim M. Steinberg1; 1Dept. of Physics, Univ.
of Toronto, Canada, 2Optoelectronics Div., NIST,
USA. We use weak measurements to carry out the
first direct observation of the trajectories followed
by single photons in a two-slit interferometer.
The measured trajectories correspond to those
predicted by Bohmian mechanics.
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Single Crystal Diamond Photonic Crystal Nanocavity: Fabrication and Initial Characterization ,
Igal Bayn, Boris Meyler, Joseph Salzman, Vladimir
Richter, Rafi Kalish; Technion – Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel. We present a photonic crystal high-Q
nanocavity realized on a single crystal diamond
membrane produced by ion implantation. The
cavity is patterned by focused-ion-beam milling.
The micro-photoluminescence exhibits Q≈500 at
λ=612nm and clear polarization dependence.
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Phonon-Induced Asymmetry in Vacuum Rabi
Doublet for Coupled Quantum Dot-Cavity System, Yasutomo Ota1,2, Naoto Kumagai1, Shunsuke
Ohkouchi1,3, Masayuki Shirane1,3, Masahiro Nomura1, Satomi Ishida1, Satoshi Iwamoto1,2, Shinichi
Yorozu1,3, Yasuhiko Arakawa1,2; 1NanoQuine, Univ.
of Tokyo, Japan, 2Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 3NEC Labs,
Japan. We experimentally observed theoreticallypredicted, phonon-induced asymmetry in vacuum
Rabi doublet spectra for a coupled quantum dotcavity system in the resonance. Asymmetry is also
observed in the intensity of the off-resonant cavity
mode emissions.
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Nonclassical Nature of Nonlocal Dispersion
Cancellation, James Franson; Univ. of Maryland,
Baltimore County, USA. Shapiro recently suggested
that nonlocal dispersion cancellation is essentially
classical in nature. It is shown that his classical
model gives identical dispersion in two beams of
light and is not analogous to nonlocal dispersion
cancellation.
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DSP-Based Crosstalk Cancellation in WDM
Interconnects, Ramanan Thiruneelakandan1,
Philip Watts1,2, Robert Killey1, Madeleine Glick3;
1
Univ. College London, UK, 2Univ. of Cambridge,
UK, 3Intel Res. Pittsburgh, USA. We propose DSPbased crosstalk cancellation in WDM optical
interconnects, and investigate the performance
of the scheme at 10.7 Gb/s through experimental
implementation of a transmitter-based DSP algorithm and optical link simulations.
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Bloch-Polaritons in Multiple-Quantum-Well
Photonic Crystal Structures, David Goldberg1,
Lev Deych1, Alexander Lisyansky 1, Zhou Shi1,
Vadim Tokranov 2 , Michael Yakimov 2 , Serge
Oktyabrsky 2, Vinod Menon 1; 1Queens College,
CUNY, USA, 2College of Nanoscale Science and
Engineering, SUNY Albany, USA. Here we report
the observation of Bloch-polaritons in a GaAs/
AlGaAs multiple-quantum-well structure. We
observe three polariton states formed by the
coherent interaction between light- and heavyhole excitonic-lattices, and Bloch waves of the
background photonic crystal.
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Quantum Noise Limited and EntanglementAssisted Magnetometry, Kasper Jensen, Wojciech
Wasilewski, Hanna Krauter, Jelmer J. Renema,
Mikhail V. Balabas, Eugene S. Polzik; Niels Bohr
Inst., Univ. of Copenhagen, Denmark. We demonstrate a radio frequency atomic magnetometer
with sub-femtoTesla/sqrt(Hz) sensitivity, mainly
limited by projection noise of atoms. Furthermore,
we demonstrate that Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen
entanglement of atoms enhances the sensitivity
to broadband magnetic fields.
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Fast SOP Variations Effects on a MLSE-Based
Receiver Performances in a 1000 km Transmission Link, Abdul-Rahman El Falou, Paulette
Gavignet, Erwan Pincemin, Thierry Guillossou;
Orange Labs, France. This paper aims at presenting the influence of fast SOP variations on the
performances of a MLSE-based receiver. Both
pre-FEC and post-FEC BER are collected and
analyzed. The impact of SOPMD emulation is
also considered.
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Observation of Thermal Occupation of RoomTemperature J-Aggregate Microcavity ExcitonPolaritons, M. Scott Bradley, Vladimir Bulović;
MIT, USA. We present a measurement of the
lower-branch exciton-polariton occupation in
room-temperature J-aggregate microcavity devices
under low-density steady-state excitation. The observed occupation follows a Maxwell-Boltzmann
distribution at T=300K, indicating efficient polariton relaxation, necessary for achieving lasing.
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Time-Symmetric Quantum Smoothing: A
General Theory of Optimal Quantum Sensing, Mankei Tsang; Univ. of New Mexico, USA.
The important problem of optimal waveform
estimation for quantum sensing is solved using a
time-symmetric approach. The theory generalizes
prior work in classical and quantum estimation
and can significantly out-perform previously
proposed techniques.
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Frequency Offset Estimation Using Kalman
Filter in Coherent Optical Phase-Shift Keying
Systems, Shaoliang Zhang1, Pooi Yuen Kam1,
Changyuan Yu1,2, Jian Chen2; 1Natl. Univ. of Singapore, Singapore, 2A*STAR Inst. for Infocomm
Res., Singapore. We propose a novel frequency
offset estimator using Kalman filter in coherent
optical MPSK systems. Simulation shows that
it can quickly search for frequency offset and
approach the performance of an ideal frequency
offset estimator.
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Scaling of High Harmonic Generation Efficiencies with 400-nm and 800-nm Driver Pulses,
Edilson L. Falcao-Filho, Chien-Jen Lai, Vasileios
M. Gkortsas, Shu-Wei Huang, Li-Jin Chen, KyungHan Hong, Franz X. Kärtner; MIT, USA. Scaling of
high order harmonic generation (HHG) efficiency
with drive-wavelengths is investigated using 800nm and 400-nm pulses. We demonstrate good
agreement with a recently established model
for HHG taking laser and material parameters
into account.
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Efficient Single-Pass Second Harmonic Generation of a Continuous Wave Nd:YVO4 - Laser at
1342 nm Using MgO:PPLN, Florian Lenhardt1,
Achim Nebel2, Ralf Knappe2, Martin Nittmann3, Jürgen Bartschke3, Johannes A. L’huillier1; 1PhotonikZentrum Kaiserslautern e.V., Germany, 2Lumera
Laser GmbH, Germany, 3Xiton Photonics GmbH,
Germany. We report efficient second harmonic
generation of 20.5W continuous wave laser radiation at 1342nm using MgO:PPLN. A second
harmonic power of 9.5W in a diffraction limited
beam was reached, giving an efficiency of 46%.
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Quantum Cascade Laser for Elastic-Backscattering LIDAR Measurement, Katrin Paschke1,
Peter Q. Liu2, Anna P. M. Michel3, James Smith4,
Fred Moshary5, Claire Gmachl2; 1Ferdinand-BraunInst. für Höchstfrequenztechnik, Germany, 2 Dept.
of Electrical Engineering, Princeton Univ., USA,
3
Inst. for the Science and Technology of Materials,
Princeton Univ., USA, 4 Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton Univ., USA, 5 Dept.
of Electrical Engineering, CUNY, USA. We present
an experimental demonstration for an elasticbackscattering LIDAR system measurement using
a Quantum Cascade laser (QCL). The laser emits
a peak power of above 13W at 80K and with a
wavelength of 4.5μm.
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Plasmon-Enhanced High-Order Harmonic Generation in the Vicinity of Metal Nanostructures,
Anton Husakou, Song-Jin Im, Joachim Herrmann;
Max-Born-Inst., Germany. We simulate high-order
harmonic generation by low-intensity pulses
using plasmon field enhancement near metallic
nanostructures and develop a formalism which
includes the influence of the metal surface on the
HHG process.
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White Phasematching Noise: Random DutyCycle Errors in Quasi-Phase-Matching Devices,
Jason S. Pelc, Chris R. Phillips, Carsten Langrock,
Derek Chang, Martin M. Fejer; Stanford Univ., USA.
Random duty-cycle errors in quasi-phase-matching gratings result in a phasematching pedestal,
enhancing the efficiency of non-phasematched
parasitic processes and thereby limiting device
performance in many applications. We find good
agreement between analytical modeling and
experiments.
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Open-Path High Sensitivity Atmospheric Ammonia Sensing with a 9 μm Quantum Cascade
Laser, David J. Miller, Mark A. Zondlo; Princeton Univ., USA. We develop a ground-based,
non-cryogenic, open-path quantum cascade
laser ammonia sensor operating at 9.06 um for
high sensitivity atmospheric measurements. A
cylindrical mirror multi-pass optical cell and
wavelength modulation spectroscopy allow for
pptv detection limits.
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Emitter of Continues-Wave, Highly Coherent,
Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation that is Driven by
Low-Power Laser, Maxim Kozlov1, Oren Cohen1,
Tal Carmon2, Harald G. L. Schwefel3; 1Technion,
Israel, 2Univ. of Michigan, USA, 3Max-Planck-Inst.
for the Science of Light, Germany. We propose
emitter of high-order harmonics that is driven by a
low-power continues-wave laser. The driving field
is enhanced within a micro-resonator and further
focused into sub-wavelength hot-spots by plasmonic nano-particles located near its surface.
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Generalized Spatiotemporal Quasi Phase
Matching, Alon Bahabad, Margaret Murnane,
Henry Kapteyn; JILA, NIST, Univ. of Colorado,
USA. We develop a description of nonlinear optics
where quasi-phase-matching of both momentum
and energy mismatch can be implemented by
employing both spatial and temporal modulations.
This generalized quasi-phase-matching technique
could allow unique applications.
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Atmospheric Transmission Testing Using a
Portable, Tunable, High Power Thulium Fiber
Laser System, Timothy S. McComb, R. Andrew
Sims, Christina C. C. Willis, Pankaj Kadwani,
Lawrence Shah, Martin Richardson; CREOL,
College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central
Florida, USA. A narrow linewidth thulium fiber
laser is tuned from 1945 - 2090 nm to investigate
atmospheric transmission at 1 km. Results confirm
simulations with high transmission >2025 nm and
strong atmospheric absorption <1960 nm.
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188
Room A1
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Room A4
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8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Registration Open, San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Concourse Level
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Zuyuan He; Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Peter Catrysse; Stanford Univ.,
USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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David Caplan; MIT Lincoln Lab,
USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Martin Fermann; IMRA America,
Inc., USA, Presider
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Mixed Dimer Double Resonance Substrates
for Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy,
Mohamad G. Banaee, Paul Peng, Eric D. Diebold, Eric Mazur, Kenneth B. Crozier; School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard Univ.,
USA. Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy is
performed on mixed dimers, consisting of pairs
of gold nanoparticles with different shapes and
plasmon frequencies. These are termed double
resonance substrates. The results are compared
to double dimer geometry.
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Magnetic Interaction at Optical Frequencies in
InP-Based Waveguide Device Combined with
Metamaterial, Tomohiro Amemiya1, Takahiko
Shindo2, Daisuke Takahashi2, Nobuhiko Nishiyama2, Shigehisa Arai1,2; 1Quantum Nanoelectronics
Res. Ctr., Tokyo Inst. of Technology, Japan, 2Dept.
of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Tokyo Inst.
of Technology, Japan. We developed a waveguide
optical device combined with left-handed materials consisting of minute split-ring resonators. The
device can operate as a 1.5-μm-band all-optical
switch, making use of magnetic resonance between
the resonators and light.
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CD Insensitive PMD Monitoring by Using FBG
Notch Filter in 57-Gbit/s D8PSK and 38-Gbit/s
DQPSK Systems, Jing Yang1, Changyuan Yu1,2,
Linghao Cheng3, Zhaohui Li3, Chao Lu3, Alan Pak
Tao Lau3, Hwa-Yaw Tam3, Ping-kong Alexander
Wai3; 1Natl. Univ. of Singapore, Singapore, 2RF
and Optical Dept., A*STAR Inst. for Infocomm
Res., Singapore, 3Photonic Res. Ctr., Hong Kong
Polytechnic Univ., China. A CD insensitive PMD
monitoring scheme based on measuring RF
power is demonstrated experimentally. By using
a FBG notch filter, one sideband is filtered out and
corresponding RF power is CD insensitive PMD
monitoring signal.
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Double-Pass Single Stage Short Length YbDoped Rod Type Fibre Chirped Pulse Amplifier
System, Yoann Zaouter, Antoine Courjaud, Clemens Hönninger, Eric Mottay; Amplitude Systemes,
France. We report the generation of 200 µJ, 240
fs and 750 MW peak power pulses from a single
stage 50 dB of gain Yb-doped rod type photonic
crystal fibre chirped pulse amplifier in double-pass
configuration.
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Surface-Plasmon Enhanced Raman Scattering of
DNA Molecules on Regular Arrays of Modified
Gold Nanoparticles, Ho-Jong Kim1, Jea-Ho Song1,
Byung-Jun Ahn1, Tae-Soo Kim1, Yanqun Dong1,
Jung-Hoon Song1, Sanghun Kim2, Hee Jin Sohn2,
Dong Han Ha2; 1Kongju Natl. Univ., Republic of
Korea, 2Div. of Advanced Technology, Korea Res.
Inst. of Standards and Science, Republic of Korea.
We performed SERS studies of DNA monolayer on
modified Au nanoparticle regular arrays. Drastic
enhancement of SERS from DNA molecules
was observed when closely spaced arrays were
optimally prepared by e-beam lighography and
chemical modification.
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Plasmon Stimulated Emission in Arrays of
Bimetallic Stripes, Ananth Krishnan, Stephen
P. Frisbie, Luis Grave de Peralta, Ayrton Bernussi;
Texas Tech Univ., USA. Plasmon stimulated emission gives rise to coherent emission of leakage
radiation from adjacent stripes in arrays of
bi-metallic structures coated with dye-doped
dielectric. This resulted in unambiguous interference patterns imaged by Fourier-plane leakage
radiation microscopy.
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OSNR Monitoring Using Two Fibre Interferometers, Edward A. Flood, W. H. Guo, A. L. Bradley,
M. Lynch, D. Reid, L. P. Barry, J. F. Donegan; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Two Michelson fiber
interferometers were used to measure the in-band
OSNR of a noisy signal between 5 and 30dB within
±0.5dB without prior knowledge of the noise-free
extinction ratio of the signal.
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Pulse Compression of a High Power Modelocked
Thin Disk Oscillator Using a Rod-Type Fiber
Amplifier, Clara J. Saraceno, Oliver H. Heckl,
Cyrill R. E. Baer, Christian Kraenkel, Thomas
Suedmeyer, Ursula Keller; ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
We present a simple nonlinear compression setup
based on a 70-µm diameter rod-type fiber amplifier seeded by a 12-W, 1.1-ps Yb:YAG modelocked
thin-disk laser. We generate 55 W of compressed
sub-100-fs pulses at 11.6 MHz.
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Active Plasmon Tuning of Metal-Elastomer
Nanostructures, Fumin Huang, Robin M. Cole,
Sumeet Mahajan, Jeremy J. Baumberg; Univ. of
Cambridge, UK. Surface plasmon metal-elastomer
nanostructures are actively tuned by stretching
mechanically-tuneable elastomeric films. Tuneable
plasmonic resonances and unusual inter-particle
coupling are experimentally demonstrated. Such
structures are highly suitable for developing optimal Raman and fluorescence sensors.
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FDTD Simulation of Semiconductor Plasmonic Nano-Ring Laser at 1550nm Based on
Realistic Semiconductor Gain Model, Xi Chen1,
Bipin Bhola2, Yingyan Huang1, Seng-Tiong Ho1;
1
Northwestern Univ., USA, 2Data Storage Inst.,
Singapore. We discuss the regime where nanoring laser is feasible in which the absorption loss
in metal is compensated by semiconductor gain.
A nanometre-scale electrically pumped ring
laser design is simulated using multi-level multielectron FDTD model.
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Secure Optical Communications, Gregory
Kanter; NuCrypt, LLC., USA. We describe the state
of physics-based secure optical communication
systems. Practical issues associated with both key
generation and high-speed physical-layer secure
data transmissions are discussed.
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All Fiber High Energy, High Power Picosecond
Laser, Simonette Pierrot1, Julien Saby1, Anthony
Bertrand2, Flavien Liegeois2, Charles Duterte2,
Benjamin Coquelin1, Yves Hernandez2, François
Salin1, Domenico Giannone2; 1EOLITE Systems,
France, 2MULTITEL ASBL, Belgium. We report on
a 83W, 14µJ, 5.9MHz, 30ps MOPA fiber laser based
on an Yb mode-locked fiber oscillator and a rodtype LMA amplifier. By frequency tripling, this
configuration can generate up to 20W of UV.
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Raman Amplification at 800 nm in Single-Mode
Fiber for Biological Sensing and Imaging, Ata
Mahjoubfar, Keisuke Goda, Bahram Jalali; Univ.
of California at Los Angeles, USA. We report
the first experimental demonstration of Raman
amplification in a fiber at wavelengths near 800
nm and propose its application to fast real-time
optical sensing and imaging in this technologically
important band.
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A Nano-Optical Vector Network Analyzer,
Robert L. Olmon1, Peter M. Krenz2, Brian A. Lail3,
Laxmikant V. Saraf4, Glenn D. Boreman2, Markus
B. Raschke1; 1Univ. of Washington, USA, 2 CREOL,
Univ. of Central Florida, USA, 3Florida Inst. of
Technology, USA, 4Pacific Northwest Natl. Lab,
USA. We reconstruct the magnetic near-field and
source current distribution of a linear IR optical
antenna from the 3-D electric vector near-field as
probed using s-SNOM. Fine details associated with
antenna coupling are observed.
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1-Watt Average-Power 100-MHz RepetitionRate 258-nm Ultaviolet Pulse Generation from
a Femtosecond Ytterbium Fiber Amplifier, Xiangyu Zhou1,2, Dai Yoshitomi1,2, Yohei Kobayashi1,3,
Kenji Torizuka1,2; 1AIST, Japan, 2CREST, JST, Japan,
3
Inst. for Solid State Physics, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan.
1-Watt-average-power pulse at 258 nm was generated by frequency quadrupling fom a femtosecond
ytterbium-doped fiber amplifier at 100 MHz. A
resonant cavity was employed as the frequency
doubling stage to increase conversion efficiency.
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8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Christoph Marquardt; Max
Planck Inst. for the Science of
Light, Germany, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Meir Orenstein; Technion – Israel
Inst. of Technology, Israel, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Gennady Shvets; Univ. of Texas at
Austin, USA, Presider
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Squeezed Light for Gravitational Wave Detection, Roman Schnabel; Leibniz Univ. Hannover,
Germany. The sensitivity of laser-interferometric
gravitational wave detectors can be improved with
squeezed light. The first squeezed-light laser, aiming for a permanent operation in such a detector,
has now been accomplished and characterized.
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Modulation of Photons and Biphotons, Steve
Harris, C. Belthangady, Chih-Sung Chuu, S. Du,
P. Kolchin, S. Sensarn, I. A. Yu, J. M. Kahn, G. Y.
Yin; Ginzton Lab, Stanford Univ., USA. We use slow
light to make biphotons that are sufficiently long to
allow temporal modulation. The talk will describe
experiments demonstrating modulation of single
photons, non-local modulation and measurement
of biphotons, and spread spectrum techniques.
2'$tBN *OWJUFE
Plasmonic Interference and Coherence in Metallic Nanostructures, Peter Nordlander; Rice Univ.,
USA. A general discussion of radiative interference processes in plasmonic nanostructures is
presented. It will be shown that the interference
between subradiant and superradiant plasmon
modes can induce pronounced Fano resonances
it the optical spectra.
2'"tBN
Generation of a Comb of Vacuum Squeezing
over 2.4 GHz for Multiplexed Communication,
Michele Heurs1, James G. Webb1, Tim C. Ralph2, Elanor H. Huntington1; 1Ctr. for Quantum Computer
Technology, School of Engineering and Information
Technology, Univ. of New South Wales, Australia,
2
Ctr. for Quantum Computer Technology, Dept. of
Physics, Univ. of Queensland, Australia. We demonstrate the measurement of a “squeezing comb”,
the time-resolved homodyne detection of the first
twelve vacuum squeezing sidebands of an optical
parametric oscillator, and propose its use as a multiplexed quantum communications channel.
2'#tBN
Heralded, Pure-State Single-Photon Source
Based on a KTP Waveguide, Zachary H. Levine,
Jun Chen, Alexander Ling, Jingyun Fan, Alan
Migdall; NIST, USA. We show that with simple
spectral filtering, the Schmidt number for the
transmitted photon-pairs (with 90% transmittance) which are produced via type-II parametric
down-conversion in a KTP waveguide equals to
unity to within 0.2%.
2'$tBN
Plasmon Hybridization Enhances the Transient
Absorption Signal of a Single Nanoparticle,
David Molnar1,2, Thorsten Schumacher 1,2, Kai
Kratzer1,2, Markus Lippitz1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst.
for Solid State Res., Germany, 24th Physics Inst.,
Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany. A tiny variation of a
single metal nanoparticle’s dielectric properties has
only a weak influence on the light field. We demonstrate, using optical nano-antenna concepts,
how plasmon hybridization helps to increase the
particle’s influence.
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Homodyne Locking of a Squeezer, Michele
Heurs1,2, Ian R. Petersen1, Matthew R. James3,
Elanor H. Huntington2; 1School of Engineering
and Information Technology, Univ. of New South
Wales, Australia, 2Ctr. for Quantum Computer
Technology, School of Engineering and Information
Technology, Univ. of New South Wales, Australia,
3
Dept. of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and
Information Technology, Australian Natl. Univ.,
Australia. Homodyne locking is a new approach
to frequency-locking an OPO-based squeezedvacuum source and its driving laser. It is cheap,
easy to implement, subsequent measurements
are automatically phase-locked, and it is uniquely
a sub-QNL frequency discriminator.
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Frequency Down-Conversion of Single Photons
into the Telecom Band, Georgina A. OlivaresRenteria1, Carlo Ottaviani2, Giovanna Morigi2,3,
Helge Ruetz 3, Sebastian Zaske 3, Johannes A.
L’huillier4, Christoph Becher3; 1Univ. de Concepcion, Chile, 2Univ. Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain,
3
Univ. des Saarlandes, Germany, 4Technische Univ.
Kaiserslautern, Germany. We propose a practical
implementation for single-photon down conversion based on difference frequency generation by a
nonlinear crystal. A theoretical model is presented,
where the quantum noise sources, relevant to the
process, are identified.
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Self-Assembled Plasmonic Nanoparticle Clusters, Jonathan Fan1, Chihhui Wu2, Kui Bao3, Jiming
Bao4, Rizia Bardhan3, Naomi Halas3, Vinothan
Manoharan1, Peter Nordlander3, Gennady Shvets2,
Federico Capasso1; 1Harvard Univ., USA, 2Univ. of
Texas at Austin, USA, 3Rice Univ., USA, 4Univ. of
Houston, USA. Polymer-coated gold nanoshells
are assembled, using capillary forces, into packed
clusters with tailored surface plasmon resonances.
Separation between nanoshells is engineered to be
~2nm. Strongly coupled resonances in nanoshell
dimers and trimers are observed.
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Glenn Solomon; NIST, USA,
Presider
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Daniel Steck; Univ. of Oregon,
USA, Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Todd H. Stievater; NRL, USA,
Presider
8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.
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Mads B. Christiansen; Technical
Univ. of Denmark, Denmark,
Presider
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Carrier Capture Studies in InGaAs Quantum
Posts, Dominik Stehr1, Christopher M. Morris1,
Diyar Talbayev2, Martin Wagner3, Hyochul Kim1,
Antoinette J. Taylor2, Harald Schneider3, Pierre M.
Petroff1, Mark S. Sherwin1; 1Univ. of California at
Santa Barbara, USA, 2Los Alamos Natl. Lab, USA,
3
Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany.
The capture dynamics of photogenerated carriers
in InGaAs quantum posts (QPs) are investigated.
We demonstrate that QPs efficiently capture carriers from the surrounding host material within
a few picoseconds, making them attractive for
device applications.
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Observation of Collisional Narrowing in an
Ensemble of Cold Atoms, Yoav Sagi, Ido Almog,
Nir Davidson; Weizmann Inst. of Science, Israel.
We study the coherence dynamics of optically
trapped 87Rb atoms. We observe a decrease of the
dephasing rate for an increasing elastic collision
rate, and show that it depends only on the phase
space density.
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High Performance Add-Drop Filter Tunable
over a Large Spectral Range, Hugo L. R. Lira,
Jaime Cardenas, Michal Lipson; Cornell Univ., USA.
We demonstrate an error-free add-drop filter for a
10 Gbps signal, tunable over 16 nm. The structure
consists of a series of ring resonators embedded
between micro-heaters designed to ensure homogeneous temperature distribution.
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Three-Dimensional Optical Metamaterials and
Nanoantennas: Chirality, Coupling, and Sensing, Harald Giessen, Na Liu; Univ. of Stuttgart,
Germany. We review the properties of optical
3-dimensional metamaterials and analyze their
coupling properties as well as chirality and sensing applications.
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A Spin Phase Gate Based on Optically Generated
Geometric Phases in a Self-Assembled Quantum
Dot, Erik D. Kim1, Katherine Truex1, Xiaodong
Xu1, Bo Sun1, Duncan Steel1, Allan Bracker2, Dan
Gammon2, Lu Sham3; 1Univ. of Michigan, USA,
2
NRL, USA, 3Univ. of California at San Diego,
USA. We demonstrate the use of optically generated geometric phases to modify the phase of
one of the spin states of an electron confined
in an InAs quantum dot, effectively executing a
spin phase gate.
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Cooling Atoms with a Moving One-Way Barrier,
J. Thorn, E. Schoene, D. Steck; Univ. of Oregon,
USA. We demonstrate the use of a moving optical one-way barrier for cooling a collection of
atoms, and how sensitive this method is to varying
experimental parameters.
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Continuously-Tunable Optical Delay Line Using PLC-Based Optical FIR Filter, NGUYEN
H. Manh, Koji Igarashi, Kazuhiro Katoh, Kazuro
Kikuchi; Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Univ.
of Tokyo, Japan. We demonstrate continuouslytunable optical delay using an optical FIR filter
consisting of discrete time-delay elements. A 16tap PLC-based FIR filter having a 10-ps unit time
delay enables tunable delay in the range of 25 ps.
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Coherent Spectroscopy of Single GaAs Quantum
Dots, Christian Wolpert1,2, Lijuan Wang3, Paola
Atkinson3, Armando Rastelli3, Oliver G. Schmidt3,
Markus Lippitz1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst. for Solid State
Res., Germany, 24th Physics Inst., Univ. of Stuttgart,
Germany, 3Inst. for Integrative Nanosciences, IWF
Dresden, Germany. We report on Rabi oscillations
in the ground state exciton transition of a single
GaAs/AlGaAs quantum dot measured by a reflective, ultrafast pump-probe technique using only far
field microscopic techniques.
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A Compact, Moveable, Microchip-Based
System for High Repetition Rate Production
of Bose-Einstein Condensates, Kai M. Hudek,
Daniel M. Farkas, Evan A. Salim, Stephen R. Segal,
Matthew B. Squires, Dana Z. Anderson; Univ. of
Colorado, USA. We present a compact, moveable
system for producing Bose-Einstein condensates
(BECs) on an integrated microchip. The system
occupies 0.4m3 and operates as fast as 0.3 Hz.
Condensates of 1.9x104 atoms in 87Rb have been
demonstrated.
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Spin Blockaded Radiative Cascades in a Neutral
Quantum Dot, Yaron Kodriano1, Eilon Poem1,
Chene Tradonsky1, Dmitry Galushko1, Pierre M.
Petroff2, David Gershoni1; 1Technion - Israel Inst.
of Technology, Israel, 2Material Dept., Univ. of
California at Santa Barbara, USA. We measure
the polarization tomography of a novel radiative
cascade, initiating from a matastable confined
two electron-hole pairs state in which the holes
form a spin-triplet configuration, blockaded from
thermalizing to their ground singlet state.
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Chip-Based Optical Interactions with Rubidium Vapor, Pablo S. Londero, Jacob Levy,
Aaron Slepkov, Amar Bhagwat, Kasturi Saha,
Vivek Venkataraman, Michal Lipson, Alexander
L. Gaeta; Cornell Univ., USA. We demonstrate
tightly confined interactions with Rb atoms on a
chip of silicon nitride nanowires. Optical depths
of 2 are observed, and absorption spectroscopy
reveals strong effects of transit-time broadening
and Van der Waals shifts.
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Photonic Integrated Circuits for High-Speed
Communications, Chris R. Doerr; Bell Labs,
Alcatel-Lucent, USA. We review demonstrated
complex monolithic photonic integrated circuits
(PICs) designed for high-speed fiber-optic communication systems. We focus on PICs that deliver
or receive advanced modulation formats.
Harald Giessen obtained his diploma in Physics
from Kaiserslautern and his M.S. and Ph.D. in
Optical Sciences from the University of Arizona
in 1994 and 1995, respectively. After one year as
post-doc at the Max-Planck-Institute for solid
state research in Stuttgart, he moved to Marburg
University. He became Associate Professor at the
University of Bonn in 2001 and Full Professor at
the University of Stuttgart in 2004. His research
topics are ultrafast nano-optics, metamaterials,
and white-light lasers. He was elected OSA fellow in 2008.
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Iain T. McKinnie; Kapteyn
Murnane Labs, USA, Presider
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Council Canada, Canada,
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Laser Imaging inside Engines for Advanced
Direct Injection Gasoline Engine Development,
Michael Drake; General Motors Global Res. and
Development, USA. Imaging techniques (laser Mie
scattering, particle image velocimetry, spectrallyresolved spark and combustion luminosity, and
laser induced fluorescence) allow fuel injection,
fuel/air mixing, ignition, and combustion to be
followed at kHz rates within one engine cycle.
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Intrinsic Laser-Induced Damage in Bulk
Transparent Dielectrics, Oleg M. Efimov; HRL
Labs, LLC, USA. Our results from experiments
on laser-induced damage in transparent dielectrics
are incompatible with the well-known avalanche
ionization model. The mechanism of damage may
involve a collective response of the dielectric, such
as “dielectric-metal” phase transition.
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Scientific Highlights from Operation of FLASH
and New Opportunities with LCLS, Jochen
Schneider; Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron
DESY, Germany. The performance of the world’s
first X-ray free-electron lasers FLASH at DESY in
Hamburg and LCLS at SLAC in Stanford will be
presented together with early scientific results.
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Optical Technique for Porosity Detection inside
Valve Body Spool Bores down to 5 mm Diameter,
Ojas P. Kulkarni, Mohammed N. Islam, Fred
L. Terry, Jr.; Dept. of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science, Univ. of Michigan, USA. We
inspect inner surfaces of valve body spool bores
down to 5 mm diameter for porosity defects, using
an optical probe with ~50 μm lateral resolution.
The probe can also distinguish porosity from
bump-type defects.
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Slow-Light Enhanced Self-Phase Modulation,
Three-Photon Absorption and Free-Carriers
in Photonic Crystals: Experiment and Theory,
Chad Husko1, Sylvain Combrié2, Quynh Tran2,
Fabrice Raineri3,4, Alfredo De Rossi2, Chee Wei
Wong1; 1Columbia Univ., USA, 2Thales Res. and
Technology, France, 3Lab de Photonique et de
Nanostructures (CNRS UPR 20), France, 4Univ. D.
Diderot, France. We demonstrate experimental
results and analytical formulation of slow-lightenhanced self-phase modulation limited only by
three-photon absorption. We present nonlinear
figure-of-merits on three-photon-limited ultrafast
switching, and critical intensities for free-carrier
effects in photonic crystals.
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Explosions of Clusters in Intense X-Ray Pulses,
Kay Hoffmann1, N. Kandadai1, H. Thomas1, A.
Helal1, J. Keto1, T. Ditmire1, B. Iwan2,3, N. Timneanu2,3, J. Andreasson2,3, M. Seibert2,3, D. van der
Spoel2,3, J. Hajdu2,3, S. Schorb4, T. Gorkhover4, D.
Rupp4, M. Adolph4, T. Möller4, G. Doumy5, L. F.
DiMauro5, C. Bostedt6, J. Bozek6, M. Hoener7, B.
Murphy7, N. Berrah7; 1Univ. of Texas at Austin,
USA, 2Uppsala Univ., Sweden, 3Stanford Univ., USA,
4
Inst. für Optik und Atomare Physik, Technische
Univ. Berlin, Germany, 5Ohio State Univ., USA,
6
LCLS, Stanford Linear Accelerator Ctr., USA,
7
Western Michigan Univ., USA. Cluster explosion
in ultrashort intense X-ray laser fields have been
studied in first experiments at the LCLS with
time-of flight techniques. Ion charge states and
kinetic energy spectra indicate hydrodynamic and
Coulombic plasma expansion contributions.
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Non-Contact Surface Roughness Measurement of Crankshaft Journals Using a SuperContinuum Laser, Vinay V. Alexander1, Haqiu
Deng2,1, Mohammed N. Islam1, Fred L. Terry Jr1;
1
Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA, 2South China
Univ. of Technology, China. We measure the RMS
roughness of crankshaft journals from 0.05-0.13
microns at a 45degree angle of incidence and 70cm
standoff distance. The system is used to detect and
sort journals not polished to specifications.
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Analysis on the Control of Nonlinear Light
Collapse in Magneto-Optical Kerr Media,
Katarzyna A. Rutkowska1,2, Yoav Linzon2, Boris
A. Malomed 3, Roberto Morandotti 2; 1Warsaw
Univ. of Technology, Poland, 2INRS-EMT, Univ.
of Québec, Canada, 3Tel Aviv Univ., Israel. We
demonstrate a novel approach to the nonlinear
optical collapse control in magneto-optical Kerr
media. A suitable and essential interplay between
magnetically-induced birefringences is fully described via a superposition of the Cotton-Mouton
and Faraday effects.
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X-Ray-Induced Multiple Core Vacancies in Impulsively Aligned Molecules, James P. Cryan1,2,
James M. Glownia1,2, Nora Berrah3, Cosmin Blaga4,
John D. Bozek5, Christian Buth6, Louis F. DiMauro4,
Li Fang3, Markus Guehr1, Matthias Hoener3, Jon
P. Marangos7, Anne Marie March8, Brian K. McFarland1,2, Mariano Trigo1, Linda Young8, Philip
H. Bucksbaum1,2, Ryan N. Coffee1,5; 1Pulse Inst.,
SLAC Natl. Accelerator Lab, USA, 2Stanford Univ.,
USA, 3Western Michigan Univ., USA, 4Ohio State
Univ., USA, 5Linac Coherent Light Source, SLAC
Natl. Accelerator Lab, USA, 6Louisiana State Univ.,
USA, 7Imperial College London, UK, 8Argonne Natl.
Lab, USA. We observe a rich angular spectrum
resulting from the Auger decay of a single K-shell
vacancy but an apparent angle independence for
the decay of a double core vacancy ‘localized’ to
a single atom.
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Metal-Lined Capillaries for Efficient Raman
Gas Sensing, Michael P. Buric1,2, Kevin P. Chen1,2,
Joel Falk1,2, Steven D. Woodruff1; 1Natl. Energy
Technology Lab, USA, 2Univ. of Pittsburgh, USA. We
mathematically and experimentally examine the
use of reflective silver-lined capillary waveguides
that support a large number of EH1n modes to
efficiently collect Raman Stokes scattering from
gaseous samples.
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100 nm Metallic Checkerboard by Wafer-Scale
Nanoimprint and Its Application in Surface
Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy, Wen-Di Li, Chao
Wang, Stephen Y. Chou; Princeton Univ., USA. A
wafer-scale (~4 inch) 100 nm nano-checkerboard
structure was fabricated. The fabrication combines
multiple nanoimprint lithography, 3-D patterning
and self-aligned etching. Transmission/reflection
resonance at ~750 nm and Raman enhancement
of ~ 4.5E6 were achieved.
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Secure Optical Transmission in Single-User
Channel Using Encrypted Wireless CDMA
Codes, Zhenxing Wang1, Lei Xu2, John Chang1,
Ting Wang2, Paul R. Prucnal1; 1Princeton Univ.,
USA, 2NEC Labs, America, USA. We propose to
use encrypted wireless CDMA codes to transmit
data securely through an optical single-user channel. Our experiment successfully transmits data at
1.56Gb/s with a BER of 10-3, below FEC limit.
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All-Fiber-Integrated Nonlinear Chirped-Pulse
Amplifier with Microjoule Energy at 1 MHz,
Hamit Kalaycioglu, Bulent Oktem, Çağrı Şenel,
Punya Prasanna Paltani, F. Ömer Ilday; Bilkent
Univ., Turkey. We report 57kW of peak power,
4μJ of energy and nonlinear shift of ~22π at 1MHz
repetition rate, the highest from an all-fiber-integrated amplifier, limited by Raman amplification.
Numerical simulations provide good agreement
with experiments.
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High Spatial Resolution Distributed Fiber Sensor Using Raman Scattering in Single-Mode
Fiber, Shellee D. Dyer1, Burm Baek1, Sae Woo
Nam1, Michael Tanner2, Robert H. Hadfield2; 1NIST,
USA, 2Heriot-Watt Univ., UK. We demonstrate
a distributed fiber temperature sensor based on
Raman scattering in single-mode fiber. Using
low-timing jitter superconducting nanowire
single-photon detectors, we are able to achieve
spatial resolution as fine as 1 cm.
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Metal Optics as a Circuit Problem: Revealing the
Possibility of an Optical Voltage Transformer,
Matteo Staffaroni1, Eli Yablonovitch1, Josh Conway2; 1Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA, 2Kinsey
Technical Services, USA. A simple circuit model is
used to derive the fundamental electromagnetic
properties of metals in the optical regime. The
model reveals the possibility of optical voltage
transformers capable of matching large impedances at the nanoscale.
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Multiple-Access Optical Chaos-Based Communications Using Optoelectronic Systems,
Damien Rontani1,2,3, Alexandre Locquet2,3, Marc
Sciamanna1,2,3, David S. Citrin2,3, Atsushi Uchida4;
1
Ecole Supérieure d’Electricite, France, 2Unite Mixte
Intl. UMI, GeorgiaTech andCNRS, France, 3Georgia
Tech, USA, 4Saitama Univ., Japan. OFDM multipleaccess technique is applied to optical chaos-based
communications using an optoelectronic oscillator with multiple delayed feedback loops. The
encrypted transmission of multiple data streams
with better spectral efficiency than a single stream
is possible.
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Passive Synchronization between a 131-W
Mode-Locked Nanosecond Yb-Doped Fiber
Laser and a Femtosecond Ti:sapphire Laser,
Ming Yan, Wenxue Li, Qiang Hao, Yao Li, Kangwen
Yang, Hui Zhou, Heping Zeng; East China Normal
Univ., China. We demonstrate a passive synchronization between a high power nanosecond fiber
laser and a femtosecond Ti:sapphire laser with a
cavity-length mismatch tolerance up to 8 cm and
a timing jitter of 13 ps.
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Design of Low-Loss Arrayed Waveguide Gratings for Applications in Integrated Raman
Spectroscopy, Nur Ismail1, Alvin C. Baclig2, Peter
J. Caspers2, Fei Sun1, Kerstin Wörhoff1, René M. de
Ridder1, Markus Pollnau1, Alfred Driessen1; 1Univ.
of Twente, Netherlands, 2Erasmus MC, Netherlands.
An integrated low-loss arrayed waveguide grating
is designed for Raman spectroscopy of the human
skin. The device layout targets spectral analysis of
Raman-scattered light for in vivo determination of
water concentration in the stratum corneum.
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Beam Steering of Mid-Infrared Light with Active
Plasmonic Structures, David C. Adams1, Sukosin
Thongrattanasiri2, Viktor Podolskiy2,1, Daniel Wasserman1; 1Univ. of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA,
2
Oregon State Univ., USA. We demonstrate beaming of coherent mid-infrared radiation through
subwavelength slits flanked by periodic grooves
at a metal/semiconductor interface. Steering
angle is controlled by tuning either the incidentlight wavelength or the optical properties of the
semiconductor.
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Nonlinear Delayed Differential Optical Phase
Feedback For High Performance Chaos Communications, Maxime Jacquot, Roman Lavrov,
Laurent Larger; FEMTO-ST / Optics, France.
We report on the latest developments in electrooptic chaos communications intended for physical
layer optical data protection. Unprecedented
performances have been obtained in bit rate and
transmission quality, from laboratory and field
experiments.
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Long-Term Reliable Phase-Locked Seed Source
for Yb-Fiber-Based Chirped Pulse Amplification, Yunseok Kim, Young-Jin Kim, Seungman
Kim, Seung-Woo Kim; KAIST, Republic of Korea.
We constructed a composite fiber-based femtosecond laser by combining Er- and Yb-doped fibers
to achieve superb long-term stability along with
high pump-to-signal conversion.
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Experimental Quantum Averaging of Squeezed
Quadratures, Mikael Lassen1, Lars Skovgaard
Madsen1, Metin Sabuncu2, Radim Filip3, Ulrik
Andersen1; 1Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark, 2Max-Planck-Inst. for the Science of Light,
Germany, 3Dept. of Optics, Palacky Univ., Czech
Republic. We demonstrate an averaging process,
corresponding to the harmonic-mean, that average quantum noise sources better than the basic
arithmetic-mean strategy. Using simple linear
optics, homodyne detection and feedforward, and
it is tested on squeezed states.
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Optimization of Synchronized Single-Photon
Frequency Upconversion by Temporal and
Spectral Control, Xiaorong Gu, E. WU, Kun
Huang, Yao Li, Haifeng Pan, Heping Zeng; East
China Normal Univ., China. Single photons at
1.04 µm were converted to the visible region by
sum-frequency generation with a synchronized
pumping beam at 1.55 µm and the maximum
detection efficiency was reached 27.6%.
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Microcavity Plasmonics, Ralf Ameling, Harald
Giessen; Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany. We introduce
the new concept of microcavity plasmonics: A
cut-wire pair is strongly coupled to photonic
modes in a microcavity. Large anticrossings of the
symmetric and antisymmetric plasmon modes and
the cavity modes are observed.
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Frequency Translation of Single-Photon States
by Four-Wave Mixing in a Photonic Crystal Fiber, Hayden J. McGuinness1, Michael G. Raymer1,
Colin J. McKinstrie2, Stojan Radic3; 1Univ. of Oregon,
USA, 2Bell Labs, USA, 3Univ. of California at San
Diego, USA. We study the effect of frequency
translation of single-photon states in optical fiber
through use of the Bragg scattering four-wave
mixing process. Preliminary evidence shows that
this goal has been achieved.
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Electric-Field-Induced Coherent Control in a
Semiconductor, Jared K. Wahlstrand1, Haipeng
Zhang1,2, John E. Sipe1,3, Steven T. Cundiff1,2; 1JILA,
NIST, Univ. of Colorado, USA, 2Dept. of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering, Univ. of
Colorado, USA, 3Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Toronto,
Canada. A static electric field enables 1+2-photon
coherent control of the photoexcited carrier population in semiconductors. A theory based on the
Franz-Keldysh effect is compared to results of an
experiment in (100) GaAs.
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Enhanced Second Harmonic Generation in
Plasmonic Nanocavities, Ye Pu1, Rachel Grange1,
Chia-Lung Hsieh 1,2, Demetri Psaltis 1; 1École
Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland,
2
Caltech, USA. We experimentally demonstrate
significantly enhanced second harmonic generation using nanoengineered plasmonic nanocavities
of core-shell structures (BaTiO3/Au). An enhancement factor of over 500 is measured in the
second harmonic scattering efficiency compared
to the bare core.
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Two-Photon Interference and Commutation
Relations, Brian J. Smith1,2, N. Thomas-Peter2, I.
A. Walmsley2; 1Ctr. for Quantum Technologies, Natl.
Univ. of Singapore, Singapore, 2Univ. of Oxford, UK.
We experimentally demonstrate spectral-temporal
two-photon interference at a beam splitter with
pure state separable photons. This shows the
bosonic nature of light, characterizing creation
and annihilation operators.
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Coherent Control of Wavefundtions in 2-D
Fourier Transform Optical Spectroscopy, Jongseok Lim, Han-gyeol Lee, Sangkyung Lee, Kanghee
Lee, Jaewook Ahn; KAIST, Republic of Korea. We
demonstrate the advantage of coherent control
technique in 2-D Fourier transform optical spectroscopy on atomic model system. By spectrally
shaping individual pulses, we selectively turn on
and off target couplings.
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Self-Organized Nanophotonic Signal Transmission Device, Takashi Yatsui1, Yo Ryu1, Tetsu
Morishima1, Wataru Nomura1, Tetsu Yonezawa2,
Masao Washizu1, Hiroyuki Fujita1, Motoichi Ohtsu1;
1
Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 2Hokkaido Univ., Japan. We
developed a self-assembly method for alignment of
ZnO quantum dots (QDs) into a straight line. The
polarization dependence of photoluminescence
intensity revealed the signal transmission via an
optical near-field along the QD chain.
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Transient Emission of the ‘Off’ State of Blinking Quantum Dots is Not Governed by Auger
Recombination Dynamics, Shamir Rosen, Osip
Schwartz, Dan Oron; Weizmann Inst. of Science,
Israel. Blinking in colloidal nanocrystals is studied
through photon counting from single nanocrystals. Size independent ‘off ’ state dynamics are
observed in contrast to predictions by prevailing
models which attribute ‘dark’ states to Auger
recombination assisted quenching.
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A Quantum Gas Microscope for Detecting
Single Atoms in a Hubbard-Regime Optical
Lattice, Markus Greiner; Harvard Univ., USA.
Abstract not available.
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High-Speed Coupling-Modulated Lasers, Wesley
D. Sacher, Joyce K. S. Poon; Univ. of Toronto, Canada. We propose and demonstrate laser modulation
at rates greatly exceeding the relaxation resonance
frequency by modulating the output coupler. An
erbium fiber laser is modulated at over 10000 times
its relaxation resonance frequency.
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Stacked 2-D Photonic Crystal Reflectance Filters
Fabricated by Nanoreplica Molding for Improving Optical Density and Angular Tolerance,
Fuchyi Yang, Brian T. Cunningham; Univ. of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign, USA. Nanoreplica molding
enables stacking of multiple 2-D photonic crystals
on a large area plastic substrate to improve optical density and angular tolerance of the resulting
narrowband optical limiting filter, used for laser
eye/sensor protection.
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Integrated 500 MHz Femtosecond Waveguide
Laser with Repetition Rate Multiplication to
2 GHz, Hyunil Byun1, Dominik Pudo1, Sergey
Frolov2, Amir Hanjani2, Joseph Shmulovich2, Erich
P. Ippen1, Franz X. Kärtner1; 1MIT, USA, 2CyOptics,
USA. An integrated passively mode-locked 2-GHz
waveguide laser generating 285-fs pulses is demonstrated. It is based on a 500-MHz repetition rate
laser integrated together with a pulse interleaver
on a 45x50 mm silica waveguide chip.
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Development of Two-Layer Integrated Phase
Masks for Three-Dimensional Photonic Crystal
Template Fabrication, Di Xu1, Kevin P. Chen1,
Ahmad Harb2, Yuankun Lin2; 1Dept. of Electrical
and Computer Engineering, Univ. of Pittsburgh,
USA, 2Dept. of Physics and Geology, Univ. of TexasPan American, USA. In this paper, we report the
development of an integrated two-layer phase
mask for five-beam holographic fabrication of
three-dimensional photonic crystal templates.
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Zero-Dark Current Operation of a MetalGraphene-Metal Photodetector at 10 Gbit/s
Data Rate, Thomas Mueller1,2, Fengnian Xia2,
Phaedon Avouris2; 1 Inst. of Photonics, Vienna
Univ. of Technology, Austria, 2IBM T. J. Watson Res.
Ctr., USA. We demonstrate detection of an optical bit stream at 10 GBit/s data rate using a novel
metal-graphene-metal photodetector. Utilizing an
asymmetric metallization scheme allows zero-dark
current operation, despite the fact that graphene
is a semi-metal.
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Homogeneous Linewidth Temperature Dependence of Interfacial GaAs Quantum Dots
Studied with Optical 2-D Fourier-Transform
Spectroscopy, Denis Karaiskaj1,2, Galan Moody1,3,
Alan D. Bristow1, Mark E. Siemens1, Xingcan Dai1,
Allan S. Bracker4, Daniel Gammon4, Steven T.
Cundiff1,3; 1JILA, NIST, Univ. of Colorado, USA,
2
Univ. of South Florida, USA, 3Dept. of Physics,
Univ. of Colorado, USA, 4NRL, USA. Optical 2-D
Fourier-transform spectroscopy extracts the
temperature-dependent homogeneous lineshape
of an ensemble of interfacial quantum dots. The
asymmetric lineshape reveals that confinement
and excitation-induced dephasing compete with
strong exciton-phonon interactions, which dominate at higher temperature.
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Coherent Writing and Reading of Quantum Dot
Exciton State by Resonant Two Colors Polarized Laser Pulses, Stanislav Khatsevich1, Yaron
Kodriano1, Chene Tradonsky1, Yael Benny1, Dmitry
Galushko1, Pierre M. Petroff2, David Gershoni1;
1
Technion - Israel Inst. of Technology, Israel, 2Univ.
of California at Santa Barbara, USA. We use a
resonant circularly polarized picosecond laser
pulse to write a coherent superposition of exciton’s
states. We use a second, delayed circularly polarized pulse, tuned into the biexciton resonance to
read the exciton’s state.
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Cooling and Trapping of Neutral Mercury Atoms in a Magneto-Optical Trap, Patrick Villwock,
Sebastian Siol, Thomas Walther; Technische Univ.
Darmstadt, Germany. We report on the trapping
of mercury in a magneto-optical trap from the
background vapor using the 1S0-3P1 intercombination line. Up to (3.2 ± 0.3) x 106 202 Hg-atoms
have been captured at a density of (4.8 ± 1.4) x
1010 atoms/cm3.
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Laser Produced Plasma Light Sources for
EUV Lithography, Bruno La Fontaine; Cymer
Inc., USA. We present the latest results on highpower extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) light sources
for lithography. This includes operation of highpower pulsed CO2 lasers, high repetition-rate Sn
droplet targets, and collection of EUV light using
multilayer-coated optics.
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Nonlinear Index Measurement by Intracavity Interferometry, Andreas U. Velten, Andreas SchmittSody, Jean-Claude Diels; Univ. of New Mexico, USA.
Intracavity Phase Interferometry is applied to the
measurement of nonlinear indices with a sensitivity and accuracy outperforming the z-scan. The
sample is placed in a mode-locked laser cavity in
which two pulses circulate independently.
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Ultrafast X-Ray-Pump, Laser-Probe Spectroscopy at LCLS, James M. Glownia1, James Cryan1,
Oleg Kornilov2, Marcus Hertlein2, Oliver Gessner2,
A. Belkacem2, Russell Wilcox2, Gang Huang2, James
White1, Vladimir Petrovic1, Chandra Raman3,
Hamed Merdji4, Dipanwita Ray5, Jakob Andreasson6, Janos Hajdu6, Josef Frisch1, William White1,
Christoph Bostedt1, Philip H. Bucksbaum1, Ryan
Coffee1; 1Stanford PULSE Inst. and LCLS, SLAC
Natl. Accelerator Lab, USA, 2Lawrence Berkeley
Natl. Lab, USA, 3Georgia Tech, USA, 4Ctr. d’études
de Saclay, France, 5Kansas State Univ., USA, 6Uppsala Univ., Sweden. We report the first pump-probe
spectra using 1 keV pulses from LCLS to excite N2
in delayed coincidence with 800 nm laser pulses.
The delay between pump and probe was controlled
to within 50 fsec.
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Cyanine Dyes with Exceptional Third-Order
Nonlinear Optical Figures-of-Merit for AllOptical Switching, Joel M. Hales, Jonathan D.
Matichak, Stephen Barlow, Shino Ohira, Kada
Yesudas, Jean-Luc Brédas, Seth R. Marder, Joseph
W. Perry; Georgia Tech, USA. A molecular design
strategy that involves favorable control of one- and
two-photon absorption resonances to produce
exceptional nonlinear optical figures-of-merit for
all-optical switching has been realized in a series
of cyanines dyes.
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Nonlinear Processes in N2 Using LCLS Short
X-Ray Pulses, Li Fang1, Matthias Hoener1, Markus
Guehr2, Cosmin Blaga3, Christoph Bostedt4, John
D. Bozek4, Phil Bucksbaum2, Christian Buth2,5,
Ryan Coffee4, James Cryan2, Lou DiMauro3, Oliver
Gessner6, James Glownia2, Erik Hosler6, Elliot P.
Kanter7, Oleg Kornilov6, Edwin Kukk8, Brian K. McFarland2, Brendan Murphy1, Steve T. Pratt7, Daniel
Rolles9, Nora Berrah1; 1Western Michigan Univ.,
USA, 2PULSE Inst., SLAC, USA, 3Ohio State Univ.,
USA, 4LCLS, USA, 5Louisiana State Univ., USA,
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Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA, 7Argonne Natl.
Lab, USA, 8Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of
Turku, Finland, 9Max-Planck ASG, Germany. We
use the unprecedented LCLS peak power to study
nonlinear X-ray multiphoton physics in molecules.
We report on fundamental questions concerning
the creation and decay of double-core-hole vacancies in N2 by short X-ray pulses.
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Large Enhancement of Two-Photon Absorption
in Semiconductors Using Highly Non-Degenerate Photons, Claudiu M. Cirloganu, Lazaro A.
Padilha, Scott Webster, Gero Nootz, David J. Hagan,
Eric W. Van Stryland; Univ. of Central Florida, USA.
We performed frequency non-degenerate pumpprobe experiments in several direct-gap semiconductors using femtosecond and picosecond pulses.
Tuning the long wavelength photons in the IR
region, we observed a 125-fold enhancement of
the two-photon absorption coefficient.
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1 Hz Operation of a Gain-Saturated 10.9 nm
Table-Top Laser, Yong Wang, David Alessi, Dale
Martz, Mark Berrill, Brad Luther, Jorge Rocca; Colorado State Univ., USA. We report a gain-saturated
10.9nm table-top soft X-ray laser operating at 1Hz.
With an average power of 1µW and pulse energy
~2µJ this laser extends a shorter wavelength the
ability to conduct table-top laser experiments.
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Table-top Extreme Ultraviolet Laser Aerial
Imaging of Lithographic Masks, Fernando
Brizuela1, Sergio Carbajo1, Anne Sakdinawat2,
Yong Wang1, David Alessi1, Dale Martz1, Bradley
Luther1, Kenneth A. Goldberg2, David T. Attwood2,
Bruno La Fontaine3, Jorge Rocca1, Carmen Menoni1;
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Colorado State Univ., USA, 2Ctr. for X-Ray Optics,
USA, 3Global Foundries, USA. We report the first
at-wavelength line edge roughness measurements
of patterned EUV lithography masks realized using a table-top aerial imaging system based on a
table-top λ=13.2 laser.
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Room A1
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10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Joseph Buck; Lockheed Martin
Coherent Technologies, USA,
Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Xiang Zhang; Univ. of California
at Berkeley, USA, Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Giampiero Contestabile; Scuola
Superiore Sant’Anna Pisa, Italy,
Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
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Axel Ruehl; IMRA America, Inc.,
USA, Presider
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Integrated Temperature Compensated Bragg
Grating Refractometer - Benefiting from Birefringence, Richard M. Parker, James C. Gates,
Christopher Holmes, Martin C. Grossel, Peter G.
R. Smith; Univ. of Southampton, UK. UV written
planar Bragg grating sensors have been shown
to form effective refractometers. Here we show
that by using the birefringence of an integrated
waveguide a temperature insensitive Bragg grating
refractometer can be realised.
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Optical Metamaterials, Xiang Zhang; Univ. of
California at Berkeley, USA. I will discuss recent
experimental demonstrations of intriguing
phenomena associated with Metamaterials and
plasmonics. These include sub-diffraction imaging
and focusing, negative refraction and Negativeindex Metamaterials, cloaking at optical frequencies and sub-wavelength plasmonic lasers.
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Multi-Granularity Waveband- and Wavelength
Path Network, Ken-ichi Sato; Nagoya Univ.,
Japan. Future enhancements in optical path layer
enabling technologies are highlighted. The role of
waveband paths in creating the next generation
transport network is discussed. Some state-of-theart key enabling technologies are demonstrated.
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Experimental Study of Pulse Evolution in a 30-fs
Mode-Locked Yb-Fiber Oscillator, Naoya Kuse1,
Makoto Kuwata-Gonokami1, Yutaka Nomura2,
Shuntaro Watanabe2, Yohei Kobayashi2; 1Dept.
of Applied Physics, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, 2Inst.
for Solid State Physics, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. We
have investigated the pulse evolution in a 30-fs
Yb-doped mode-locked oscillator experimentally.
We found that nonlinear-phase shift plays an
important role for the passive third-order dispersion compensation.
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Spatial Resolution Enhancement by External
Phase Modulation in Long-Length FBG Sensing
System Based on Synthesis of Optical Coherence
Function, Koji Kajiwara, Zuyuan He, Kazuo
Hotate; Univ. of Tokyo, Japan. External phase
modulation is newly combined with the synthesisof-optical-coherence-function for improvement of
spatial resolution in distributed sensing system
using a long-length fiber Bragg grating. The spatial
resolution is improved from previously-reported
9.8mm to 4.0mm.
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High Rpetition Rate, Tunable Femtosecond
Yb-Fiber Laser, Tobias Wilken1, Phillip Vilar
Welter1, Theodor W. Haensch1, Thomas Udem1, Tilo
Steinmetz1,2, Ronald Holzwarth1,2; 1Max-PlanckInst. of Quantum Optics, Germany, 2Menlosystems
GmbH, Germany. Using only a short piece of gain
fiber, a 570 MHz Yb-fiber oscillator was set up
and mode-locked via NPE, assisted by spectral
filtering. Tuning the filter enables changing both
center wavelength or optical bandwidth.
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Novel Fiber Optical Inclinometer Based on a
Concatenated Fused Taper and Tilted Fiber
Bragg Grating, Liyang Shao, Jacques Albert;
Dept. of Electronics, Carleton Univ., Canada. A
fiber optical inclinometer based on cladding mode
re-coupling mechanism is demonstrated by using
a nonadiabatic taper cascaded with a weakly tilted
fiber Bragg grating. The sensitivity is optimized for
different ranges of angle.
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Plasmonically-Enhanced Localization of Light
into Photoconductive Antennas, Christopher W.
Berry, Mona Jarrahi; Univ. of Michigan, USA. We
present plasmonically-enhanced photoconductive
antenna arrays and experimentally demonstrate
enhanced light localization into device dimensions less than one-tenth of the wavelength. We
present the fabrication and characterization of
the device.
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Optical Coherence-Domain Reflectometry by
Use of Optical Frequency Comb, Zuyuan He,
Hiroshi Takahashi, Kazuo Hotate; Univ. of Tokyo,
Japan. A novel optical coherence-domain reflectometry (OCDR) by use of an optical frequency
comb source is proposed and demonstrated with
high spatial resolution (<10 cm), large dynamic
range (>45 dB), and short measurement time
(≤10 s).
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Hybrid Nanophotonic Components Integrating
Plasmonic and Photonic Nanowires, Xin Guo,
Qing Yang, Xining Zhang, Limin Tong; Dept. of
Optical Engineering, Zhejiang Univ., China. We
demonstrate the direct coupling of plasmonic
and photonic nanowires via subwavelength-scale
near-field interaction. Hybrid nanophotonic
components, including splitters and micro-ring
cavities, are fabricated out of coupled Ag and ZnO
nanowires in a complementary scheme.
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1.16 μs Continuously Tunable Optical Delay of a
100-Gb/s DQPSK Signal Using Wavelength Conversion and Chromatic Dispersion in an HNLF,
Scott R. Nuccio, Omer F. Yilmaz, Xue Wang, Jian
Wang, Xiaoxia Wu, Alan E. Willner; Univ. of Southern California, USA. We demonstrate a tunable
optical delay using wavelength-conversion in a
highly-nonlinear-fiber, dispersion-compensatingfiber, and optical-phase-conjugation. A continuous
delay of up to 1.16-μs equaling >55,000 symbols at
50-Gb/s, for 100-Gb/s NRZ-DQPSK and 50-Gb/s
NRZ-DPSK formats, is demonstrated.
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130 nJ 77 fs Dissipative Soliton Fiber Laser,
Martin Baumgartl1,2, Bülend Ortaç1,3, Caroline
Lecaplain 4, Ammar Hideur 4, Jens Limpert 1,2,
Andreas Tünnermann1,2,5; 1Inst. of Applied Physics, Germany, 2Helmholtz-Inst. Jena, Germany,
3
UNAM-Inst. of Material Science and Nanotechnology, Turkey, 4InCNRS UMR CORIA, Univ. de
Rouen, France, 5Fraunhofer Inst. for Applied Optics
and Precision Engineering, Germany. We report on
ultrashort high-energy pulse generation from an
all-normal-dispersion fiber oscillator. The wattlevel laser directly emits chirped pulses with a
duration of 1ps and 163nJ of pulse energy. These
can be compressed to 77fs.
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Photonic Crystal Fiber Based Dissipative Soliton
Laser for Multi-Watt Femtosecond ModeLocking, Simon Lefrancois1, Khanh Kieu1, Frank
W. Wise1, Yujun Deng2, James D. Kafka2; 1Cornell
Applied Physics, USA, 2Spectra-Physics Laser Div.,
Newport Corp., USA. We report on photonic
crystal fiber based scaling of the mode-area of a
dissipative soliton laser. The laser delivers 142 nJ
chirped pulses with 12 W average power, dechirping to 105 fs after extra-cavity compression.
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Room A7
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James Franson; Univ. of Maryland
Baltimore County, USA, Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Koichiro Tanaka; Kyoto Univ.,
Japan, Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Mikael Rechtsman; Courant Inst.
of Mathematical Sciences, USA,
Presider
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Measuring and Characterizing Quantum
States and Processes, Daniel F. V. James; Univ.
of Toronto, Canada. I will give an introductory
overview of current experimental techniques used
to characterize the density matrix of a system and
the quantum process describing a device, with
emphasis on applications in quantum optics.
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Laser Cooling of a Semiconductor Load to 165
K, Denis V. Seletskiy1, Seth D. Melgaard1, Mansoor
Sheik-Bahae1, Stefano Bigotta2, Alberto Di Lieto2,
Mauro Tonelli2; 1Univ. of New Mexico, USA, 2Univ.
di Pisa, Italy. We demonstrate cooling of a 2 micron
thick GaAs/InGaP double-heterostructure to 165
K by means of an optical refrigerator. Cooler is
comprised of Yb-doped YLF crystal, pumped by 9
Watt near E4-E5 Stark manifold transition.
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Physics and Applications of One-Way MagnetoOptical Photonic Crystals, Zheng Wang, Yidong
Chong, John Joannopoulos, Marin Soljačić; MIT,
USA. We demonstrate experimentally one-way
waveguiding in a gyromagnetic photonic crystal.
The complete suppression of back-scattering, even
in the presence of very large scatterers, allows
intriguing applications such as slow light.
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Investigation of Symmetries of Second-Order
Nonlinear Susceptibility Tensor Based on THz
Generation, Guibao Xu1, Guan Sun1, Yujie J.
Ding1, Ioulia B. Zotova2, Krishna C. Mandal3, Alket
Mertiri3, Gary Pabst3, Nils Fernelius4; 1Lehigh Univ.,
USA, 2ArkLight, USA, 3EIC Labs, Inc., USA, 4AFRL,
USA. We demonstrate that THz generation can be
a sensitive technique for investigating symmetries
of second-order nonlinear susceptibility tensor.
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Time-Domain Demonstrations of Slow-Light
in Multi-Coupled Photonic Crystal Cavities,
Serdar Kocaman 1, Xiaodong Yang 2, James F.
McMillan1, Tingyi Gu1, Mingbin Yu3, Dim-Lee
Kwong3, Chee Wei Wong1; 1Columbia Univ., USA,
2
Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA, 3Inst. of
Microelectronics, Singapore. We demonstrate
tunable temporal delays in coherently-coupled
multi-cavity photonic crystals, in analogue to
EIT. We report deterministic control of the group
delay, up to 7x the single cavity lifetime, in our
CMOS-fabricated chip.
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Two-Color Two-Dimensional Terahertz Spectroscopy on Intersubband Transitions of
Coupled Quantum Wells, Wilhelm Kuehn1, Klaus
Reimann1, Michael Woerner1, Thomas Elsaesser1,
Rudolf Hey2; 1Max-Born-Inst., Germany, 2PaulDrude-Inst., Germany. Fully phase-resolved 2-D
intersubband spectroscopy reveals an ultrafast
coherent charge transport between coupled
quantum wells. A resonance between two excited
quantum well subbands and the LO phonon leads
to a transfer within 350 fs.
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Weak Exciton-Photon Coupling of PbS Nanocrystals in Air-Slot Mode-Gap Si Photonic
Crystal Nanocavities in the Near-Infrared, Jie
Gao1, Felice Gesuele1, Weon-kyu Koh2, Christopher
B. Murray2, Solomon Assefa3, Chee Wei Wong1;
1
Columbia Univ., USA, 2Univ. of Pennsylvania,
USA, 3IBM T. J. Watson Res. Ctr., USA. We demonstrate micro-photoluminescence measurements
of PbS nanocrystals coupled to air-slot mode-gap
photonic crystal nanocavities with Q~15,000 and
Veff ~0.02 (λ/nair)3. The ultrahigh Q/V ratios are
critical for applications in cavity QED, nonlinear
optics and sensing.
Daniel James received his Ph.D. from the Institute
of Optics, University of Rochester under the tutelage of Prof. Emil Wolf in 1992. After a decade in
the Theoretical Division of Los Alamos National
Laboratory, he moved to the Dept. of Physics,
University of Toronto in 2005, where he holds
the Tier-1 Canada Research Chair in Atomic and
Optical Physics, and is Director of the Centre for
Quantum Information and Quantum Control.
He is the author of over 80 scientific papers in
theoretical quantum and optical physics, and was
elected Fellow of the Optical Society of America
in 2002.
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Friday, May 21
Room A5
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10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Andreas Wacker; Lund Univ.,
Sweden, Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Steven Cundiff; JILA, NIST, Univ.
of Colorado, USA, Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Paul Matthews; Northrop
Grumman Corp., USA, Presider
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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Svetlana G. Lukishova; Univ. of
Rochester, USA, Presider
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All-Optical Excitonic Switch, Yuliya Y. Kuznetsova1, Mikas Remeika1, Alex A. High1, Aaron
T. Hammack1, Leonid V. Butov1, Micah Hanson2,
Arthur C. Gossard2; 1Dept. of Physics, Univ. of
California at San Diego, USA, 2Dept. of Materials,
Univ. of California at Santa Barbara, USA. We
demonstrate experimental proof of principle for
all-optical excitonic switches where light controls
light using excitons as intermediate medium.
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Pulsed and Continuous-Wave Squeezed Vacuum
in a Rubidium Vapor, Imad H. Agha, Gaetan Messin, Philippe Grangier; Univ. Paris-Sud, France. We
present studies on the generation of continuouswave and pulsed squeezed vacuum via nonlinear
polarization rotation in a rubidium vapor, with a
value of -1.4 dB (-2.0 corrected, continuous-wave)
and -1.0 dB (-1.4 corrected, pulsed).
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An Etalon Based Optoelectronic Oscillator,
Ibrahim T. Ozdur, Mehmetcan Akbulut, Nazanin
Hoghooghi, Dimitrios Mandridis, Mohammad
U. Piracha, Peter J. Delfyett; CREOL, College of
Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central Florida,
USA. A 10.287 GHz optoelectronic oscillator is
demonstrated which uses a 1000 finesse FabryPerot etalon as the mode selector instead of an
RF filter. The new OEO has higher RF frequency
stability and lower phase noise.
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Application of Anisotropic Metamaerials:
Imaging Visible Light with Slab Lens, Jie Yao1,
Kun-Tong Tsai2, Yuan Wang1, Zhaowei Liu3, Guy
Bartal1, Yuh-Lin Wang2,4, Xiang Zhang1,5; 1Univ. of
California at Berkeley, USA, 2Inst. of Atomic and
Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan,
3
Univ. of California at San Diego, USA, 4Dept. of
Physics, Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 5Materials
Sciences Div., Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, USA.
Using anisotropic metamaterial, we were able to
achieve lensing action with micron-thick slab and
demonstrate imaging of a slit object. The details
of the focused light beam in 3-dimensional space
have been mapped with NSOM.
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Temperature-Dependent Coupling of GaAs
Quantum Well and Interfacial Quantum Dots
Studied with Optical 2-D Fourier-Transform
Spectroscopy, Galan Moody1,2, Mark E. Siemens1,
Alan D. Bristow1, Xingcan Dai1, Allan S. Bracker3,
Daniel Gammon 3, Steven T. Cundiff 1,2; 1JILA,
NIST, Univ. of Colorado, USA, 2Dept. of Physics,
Univ. of Colorado, USA, 3NRL, USA. Optical
2-D Fourier-transform spectra reveal time and
temperature dependent relaxation from GaAs
quantum well states into the interfacial quantum
dot ensemble. We attribute the increased rate of
relaxation at higher temperature to stimulated
phonon emission.
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Sum-Frequency Generation as an Ultrafast
Quantum Detector for Heisenberg Scaled
Phase Measurement, Avi Pe’er; Bar Ilan Univ.,
Israel. We describe ultrafast detection of quantum
correlations using broadband sum-frequency
generation as a physical two-mode detector. We
apply the detection scheme to measurement of
broadband squeezing and to phase estimation at
the Heisenber limit.
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Ultra-Fast Integrated All-Optical Integrator,
Marcello Ferrera1, Yongwoo Park1, Luca Razzari1,2, Brent Little3, Sai Chu3, Roberto Morandotti1,
David J. Moss4, Jose Azaña1; 1Énergie, Matériaux
et Télécommunications, INRS, Canada, 2Dept. di
Elettronica, Univ. di Pavia, Italy, 3Infinera Ltd.,
USA, 4CUDOS, School of Physics, Univ. of Sydney,
Australia. We report on the experimental demonstration of ultra-high speed temporal integration of
optical complex waveforms by using an integrated
and CMOS compatible micro-ring resonator.
The device offers an unprecedented processing
speed > 400GHz.
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Acousto-Plasmonic Coupling In Engineered
Metal Nanocomposites, Nicolas Large1,2, Adnen
Mlayah1, Lucien Saviot3, Jeremie Margueritat1,4,
Jose Gonzalo4, Carmen N. Afonso4, Javier Aizpurua2; 1Ctr. d’Elaboration des Matériaux et d’Etudes
Structurales CEMES – CNRS, France, 2Donostia
Intl. Physics Ctr. DIPC & Ctr. Mixto de Física de
Materiales CSIC-UPV/EHU, Spain, 3Lab Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne, France, 4Laser
Processing Group, Inst. de Optica, CSIC, Spain.
This work shows the production of self-assembled
elongated nano-objects embedded in an oxide host
oriented perpendicular to the substrate and their
acousto-plasmonic dynamics. Electromagnetic
“hot spots” are created that activate anomalous
Raman vibrational modes.
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Electrostatic Conveyer for Excitons, A.G. Winbow1, J.R. Leonard1, M. Remeika1, A.A. High1, E.
Green1, A.T. Hammack1, L.V. Butov1, M. Hanson2,
A.C. Gossard2; 1Univ. of California at San Diego,
USA, 2Univ. of California at Santa Barbara, USA.
We report on the realization of electrostatic conveyers for indirect excitons and observation of a
dynamical localization-delocalization transition
for the excitons in the conveyer with varying
exciton density and amplitude of the conveyer
potential.
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Frequency Verniers of Ti:sapphire Comb Laser,
Chien-Ming Wu, Wang-Yau Cheng, You-Huan
Chen, Tze-Wei Liu; Inst. of Atomic and Molecular
Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan. By precisely
controlling the comb laser repetition rate, we
resolved a dark state of exceptionally narrow
linewidth (5.6 Hz) in cesium gas buffered by
neon atoms. We theoretically interpreted our
experimental data.
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Ultrafast All-Optical Temporal Differentiation in Integrated Silicon-on-Insulator Bragg
Gratings, Katarzyna A. Rutkowska 1,2, David
Duchesne1, Michael J. Strain3, Jose Azaña1, Roberto
Morandotti1, Marc Sorel3; 1Énergie, Matériaux et
Télécommunications, INRS, Canada, 2 Faculty
of Physics, Warsaw Univ. of Technology, Poland,
3
Univ. of Glasgow, UK. We report the theoretical
and experimental demonstration of an all-optical
temporal differentiator based on π-phase-shifted
Bragg gratings fabricated in Silicon-on-Insulator
waveguides. All-optical processing of subpicosecond pulses was performed.
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Anomalous Dispersion in Plasmonic Nanostructures, Pierpaolo A. Porta1, Brian Corbett2, John G.
McInerney1,2; 1Univ. College Cork, Ireland, 2Tyndall
Natl. Inst., Ireland. We studied plasmonic surface
modes in irregular metal-dielectric interfaces not
supporting waveguide modes. We found anomalous dispersion in the off-axis scattered emission
whose origin is explained as enhanced backscattering mediated by plasmonic surface modes.
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Probing Heavy-Hole and Light-Hole Excitonic Beats in a GaAs Quantum well with
Phase-Locked Raman Pulse Pairs, Timothy M.
Sweeney, Thomas Baldwin, Hailin Wang; Dept.
of Physics and Oregon Ctr. for Optics, Univ. of
Or