Patrice Mégret

P Wasylczyk2
Peter G Kazansky1
2P Wasylczyk
1Peter G Kazansky
1Christophe Caucheteur
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Nowadays, smart composite materials embed miniaturized sensors for structural health monitoring (SHM) in order to mitigate the risk of failure due to an overload or to unwanted inhomogeneity resulting from the fabrication process. Optical fiber sensors, and more particularly fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors, outperform traditional sensor technologies, as(More)
Spatially-integrated surface temperature sensing is highly useful when it comes to controlling processes, detecting hazardous conditions or monitoring the health and safety of equipment and people. Fiber-optic sensing based on modal interference has shown great sensitivity to temperature variation, by means of cost-effective image-processing of few-mode(More)
  • M E Anderson, A Monmayrant, S.-P Gorza, P Wasylczyk, I Walmsley, Spider +68 others
  • 2008
A decade of measuring ultrashort pulses. Induced modulation instability and recurrence in nematic liquid crystals. Impact of nonlocal interactions in dissipative systems : Towards minimal-sized localized structures. Tailoring the phase-matching function for ultrashort pulse characterization by spectral shearing interferometry.sar. Photon pair source based(More)
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