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We present here a brief overview of the main topics studied in the Institute for Cross Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems (IFISC) in the line of quantum optics and information, and nanoscience. Our work ranges from the properties of light, such as the formation of optical patterns in nonlinear media and the uncertainty properties of angular momentum… (More)
We generate ultra-broadband 6.5 μm pulses with 2.3 cycle transform limit and 85 pJ energy at 100 MHz from a phase-coherent, two-color, two-arm Er:Tm:Ho all-fiber MOPA system in CdSiP<sub>2</sub>.
The Quantum Nanostructures and Nanofabrication Group focuses research on questions surrounding the application and fabrication of devices whose operation is based on the foundations of quantum mechanics. Because of the macroscopic extent of the superconductive wavefunction, superconductive devices are the most readily engineered examples of these types of… (More)
We generate octave-spanning pulses centered at 10 μm with 100-mW-scale average powers and 100-MHz repetition rate via intrapulse difference-frequency mixing driven in LiGaS<sub>2</sub> by a nonlinearly compressed Kerr-lens mode-locked Yb:YAG thin-disk oscillator.
We demonstrate the first picosecond cryogenic Ho:YLF CPA system with Er:Tm:Ho fiber seeder. The system delivers energy-scalable 13-mJ pulses with 10-ps duration at 100 Hz repetition rate.