Anders Bjarklev

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For decades, silicon has been the material of choice for mass fabrication of electronics. This is in contrast to photonics, where passive optical components in silicon have only recently been realized. The slow progress within silicon optoelectronics, where electronic and optical functionalities can be integrated into monolithic components based on the(More)
We demonstrate a new class of hollow-core Bragg fibers that are composed of concentric cylindrical silica rings separated by nanoscale support bridges. We theoretically predict and experimentally observe hollow-core confinement over an octave frequency range. The bandwidth of bandgap guiding in this new class of Bragg fibers exceeds that of other(More)
We present experimental and theoretical results on air-silica Bragg fibers. The TE 01 mode is observed for the first time to our knowledge in Bragg fibers. We could transmit light by bandgap guiding over 50 m. 1. Introduction Bragg fibers were proposed theoretically as early as in 1978 [1], but only recently have such structures been demonstrated [2,3].(More)
We suggest and demonstrate a novel platform for the study of tunable nonlinear light propagation in two-dimensional discrete systems, based on photonic crystal fibers filled with high index nonlinear liquids. Using the infiltrated cladding region of a photonic crystal fiber as a nonlinear waveguide array, we experimentally demonstrate highly tunable beam(More)
We demonstrate a highly tunable photonic bandgap fiber, which has a large-core diameter of 25 microm and an effective mode area of 440 microm2. The tunability is achieved by infiltrating the air holes of a photonic crystal fiber with an optimized liquid-crystal mixture having a large temperature gradient of the refractive indices at room temperature. A(More)
We consider an index-guiding silica photonic crystal fiber with a triangular hole-pattern and a periodically poled quadratic nonlinearity. By tuning the pitch and the relative size of the holes, second-harmonic generation with zero group-velocity mismatch is found to be feasible for any fundamental wavelength above 780 nm. The phase-velocity mismatch has a(More)
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