Benjamin Wetzel

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Nonlinear optical processes are one of the most important tools in modern optics with a broad spectrum of applications in, for example, frequency conversion, spectroscopy, signal processing and quantum optics. For practical and ultimately widespread implementation, on-chip devices compatible with electronic integrated circuit technology offer great(More)
We report the experimental observation of energetically confined self-accelerating optical beams propagating along various convex trajectories. We show that, under an appropriate transverse compression of their spatial spectra, these self-accelerating beams can exhibit a dramatic enhancement of their peak intensity and a significant decrease of their(More)
During the last 4 years, chaotic waveforms for random number generation found a deep interest within the community of analogue broadband chaotic optical systems. Earlier investigations on chaos-based RNG were proposed in the 90s and early 2000, however mainly based on piecewise linear (PL) 1D map, with bit rate determined by analog electronic processing(More)
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