Departmental Seminar

Hollow-core antiresonant fibers: a new platform for mid-infrared supercontinuum generation

Date & time

Tue 16 Jan 2018, 2–3pm



RSPE Seminar Room (414)


Members of RSPE welcome
Mr Md Imran Hassan
ANU Department of Theoretical Physics

The presentation will focus on the specialty hollow-core fiber with novel designs, and investigation of their linear properties using finite-element method  and their nonlinear optical properties. Short pulse propagation in these fibres is modelled using a unidirectional field propagation equation. The possibility to easily tune the optical properties of the fibre by changing the filling material into hollow-core fiber is a great advantage that brings a large degree of freedom to designing the applications. It may lead to the development of optical sources with exceptional properties.

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