Temporal nonlinear beam dynamics in infiltrated photonics crystal fibres
Infiltrated photonic crystal fibres (PCFs) offer a new way of studying nonlinearity in periodic systems. A wide range of available structures and the ease of infiltration opens up a large range of new experimental opportunities in bio-physics, nonlinear optics, and the study of long range interactions in nonlinear media. Devices relying on these effects have many applications, from bio-sensors, to all optical switches. To further understand these nonlinear interactions and realise their...[Show more]
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