Dr Samuel Legge

Dr Samuel Legge
Position
Research Fellow
Department
Department of Quantum Science
Quantum Science & Technology
Mobile phone
0424393784
Email

Research publications

Journal article

Kapasi D, Eichholz J, McRae T, Ward R, Slagmolen B, Legge S, Hardman K, Altin P, McClelland D
Tunable narrow-linewidth laser at 2 Ám wavelength for gravitational wave detector research
Optics Express 28, 3() 3280-3288
Wigley P, Hardman K, Freier C, Everitt P, Legge S, Close J, Perumbil M, Robins N
Readout-delay-free Bragg atom interferometry using overlapped spatial fringes
Physical Review A 99, 2()
Legge S, Holdsworth J
Sparse supercontinuum with low order solitons in higher order electromagnetic modes
Journal of Optics 17, 10() 1-4
Zwan B, Legge S, Holdsworth J, King B
Spatio-spectral analysis of supercontinuum generation in higher order electromagnetic modes of photonic crystal fiber
Optics Express 21, 1() 834-839

Conference paper

Holdsworth J, McCourt L, Legge S
Polarized spatio-spectral mapping of supercontinua generated in microstructured optical fibre
Australian and New Zealand Conferences on Optics and Photonics - ANZCOP 2019 11200()
Legge S, Holdsworth J, Zwan B, Collins L, Martin J, Cook K, Canning J
Low order solitons in higher order electromagnetic modes of photonic crystal fibre
Australian and New Zealand Conference on Optics & Photonics, ANZCOP 2013 () 7-9
Legge S, Holdsworth J, Zwan B
Supercontinuum generation in higher order modes of photonic crystal fibre
22nd Congress of the International Commission for Optics: Light for the Development of the World () 6

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