Cristiano M. B. Cordeiro

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The interaction between light and acoustic phonons is strongly modified in sub-wavelength confinement, and has led to the demonstration and control of Brillouin scattering in photonic structures such as nano-scale optical waveguides and cavities. Besides the small optical mode volume, two physical mechanisms come into play simultaneously: a volume effect(More)
Coupling selected cores among otherwise decoupled multiple cores in photonic crystal fibers is demonstrated via the use of differential pressure and heat for local processing. Complex interferometer assemblies for all-fiber devices may be achieved.
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