Dr Roland Fleddermann

Position Postdoctoral Fellow
Department Department of Quantum Science
Office phone 261251012
Email
Office Gravity Wave Building 1 79

Publications

Journal article

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Sub-pm√Hz-1 non-reciprocal noise in the LISA backlink fiber
Classical and Quantum Gravity 35, 7() 19
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Compact flexible multi-pass rotary delay line using spinning micro-machined mirrors
Scientific Reports 7, 9299() 1 - 9.
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High power compatible internally sensed optical phased array
Optics Express 24, 12() 13467-13479
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All-optical low noise fiber Bragg grating microphone
Applied Optics 55, 21() 5570-5574
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The design and construction of a prototype lateral-transfer retro-reflector for inter-satellite laser ranging
Classical and Quantum Gravity 31, 9() 1-11
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Coherent beam combining using a 2D internally sensed optical phased array
Applied Optics 53, 22() 4881-4885
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Testing the GRACE follow-on triple mirror assembly
Classical and Quantum Gravity 31, 19() 195004/1-12

Construction of the LISA back-side fibre link interferometer prototype
Classical and Quantum Gravity 26, 17()

Intrinsic noise and temperature coefficients of selected voltage references
Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement 58, 6() 2002-2007

Measurement of the non-reciprocal phase noise of a polarization maintaining single-mode optical fiber
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Print) 154()

Components for the LISA local interferometry
AIP Conference Proceedings 873() 291-296

(11 publications)

Conference paper

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Quantum noise limited trace gas cavity enhanced polarization spectroscopy
Optics and Photonics for Energy and the Environment, EE 2018 ?, ?()
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High-power optical phased arrays for space debris tracking and manoeuvring
65th International Astronautical Congress 2014: Our World Needs Space, IAC 2014 ?, ?() 1204-1207

(2 publications)

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