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We demonstrate SNAP microresonators fabricated in silica capillary fiber with ultrathin walls by local annealing with a focused CO2 laser and internal etching with hydrofluoric acid. We investigate… (More)
We present experimental results of photonic crystal ring resonators (PhCRRs) fabricated on the CMOS-compatible, silicon-on-insulator platform via 193-nm deep-UV lithography. Our… (More)
Experimental results for photonic crystal ring resonators (PhCRR) fabricated on the silicon-on-insulator (SOI) platform are presented. Spectral features of the PhCRR's transmission spectrum are… (More)
We show that light circulating in a silica microcapillary can be fully localized by evanescent coupling to a water droplet forming a high Q-factor microresonator. The discovered phenomenon suggests… (More)
TABASSOM HAMIDFAR, KIRILL V. TOKMAKOV, BRIAN J. MANGAN, ROBERT S. WINDELER, ARTEMIY V. DMITRIEV, DASHIELL L. P. VITULLO, PABLO BIANUCCI, AND MICHAEL SUMETSKY* Aston Institute of Photonic… (More)
This publisher's note corrects the surname of one of the authors of Opt. Lett.42, 3060 (2017)OPLEDP0146-959210.1364/OL.42.003060.
We report on four-wave mixing in a simple-to-fabricate surface nanoscale axial photonics resonator (SNAPR) obtained by pumping with two spectral modes while exploiting a self-locked pump scheme.
We present the theory and first experimental demonstration, to the best of our knowledge, of a sensing platform based on surface nanoscale axial photonics (SNAP) at a capillary fiber. The platform… (More)