MINERVA demonstrates SCG to 7.5 μm from chalcogenide fibre pumped at 4.4 μm
MINERVA researchers from DTU working with colleagues from Australian National University (ANU) recently published a key paper in Optics Express. By pumping a suspended core chalcogenide fibre at 4.4 μm a supercontinuum was generated spanning from 1.7 to 7.5 μm with an average power >5.0 μm of 4.7 mW.
Multi-milliwatt mid-infrared supercontinuum generation in a suspended core chalcogenide fiber
Uffe Møller, Yi Yu, Irnis Kubat, Christian R. Petersen, Xin Gai, Laurent Brilland, David Méchin, Celine Caillaud, Johann Troles, Barry Luther-Davies, and Ole Bang
Optics Express, 23, pp. 3282-3291 (2015).
Uffe Møller has been invited to present on mid-IR SCG in non-conventional optical fibres at the Glass & Optical Materials Division and Deutsche Glastechnische Gesellschaft Joint Annual Meeting 2015 (GOMD-DGG 2015); 17-21 May-2015; Miami, USA.
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Optics Express, 23, pp. 3282-3291 (2015)