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J S Aitchison – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Beam Interactions with a blocker soliton in one dimensional arrays
    Optics Letters, 2005
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, G I Stegeman, Yaron Silberberg, Roberto Morandotti, D N Christodoulides, M Sorel, Haeyeon Yang, Gregory J Salamo, J S Aitchison

    Abstract:

    We investigate experimentally and numerically the interaction of a highly localized, single-channel discrete soliton (blocker) with a wide, tilted Beam in a one-dimensional AlGaAs array. In agreement with theory the blocker is observed to discretely shift its position by multiple channels, depending on the intensity and relative phase of the tilted Beam.

  • nonlinear Beam Interactions in 1d discrete kerr systems
    Optics Express, 2005
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, J S Aitchison, G I Stegeman, Roberto Morandotti, D N Christodoulides, M Sorel, Haeyeon Yang, Gregory J Salamo, Yaron Silberberg

    Abstract:

    The interaction between parallel Beams in one-dimensional discrete Kerr systems has been investigated using arrays of coupled channel waveguides. The experiments were performed in AlGaAs waveguides at 1550 nm which corresponds to photon energies just below one half the semiconductor’s bandgap. The input intensity and relative input phase between the input Beams was varied and the output intensity patterns were recorded. Observed was behavior ranging from a linear response, to soliton Interactions between moderately and then strongly localized spatial solitons. Finally the influence of multiphoton absorption and asymmetric Beam inputs on these Interactions was investigated at very high intensities.

  • nonlinear optical Beam Interactions in waveguide arrays
    Physical Review Letters, 2004
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, G I Stegeman, Yaron Silberberg, Roberto Morandotti, J S Aitchison

    Abstract:

    : We report our investigation of Kerr nonlinear Beam Interactions in discrete systems. The influence of power and the relative phase between two Gaussian shaped Beams was investigated in detail by performing numerical simulations of the discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation and comparing the results with experiments done in AlGaAs waveguide arrays. Good agreement between theory and experiment was obtained.

Joachim Meier – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Beam Interactions with a blocker soliton in one dimensional arrays
    Optics Letters, 2005
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, G I Stegeman, Yaron Silberberg, Roberto Morandotti, D N Christodoulides, M Sorel, Haeyeon Yang, Gregory J Salamo, J S Aitchison

    Abstract:

    We investigate experimentally and numerically the interaction of a highly localized, single-channel discrete soliton (blocker) with a wide, tilted Beam in a one-dimensional AlGaAs array. In agreement with theory the blocker is observed to discretely shift its position by multiple channels, depending on the intensity and relative phase of the tilted Beam.

  • nonlinear Beam Interactions in 1d discrete kerr systems
    Optics Express, 2005
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, J S Aitchison, G I Stegeman, Roberto Morandotti, D N Christodoulides, M Sorel, Haeyeon Yang, Gregory J Salamo, Yaron Silberberg

    Abstract:

    The interaction between parallel Beams in one-dimensional discrete Kerr systems has been investigated using arrays of coupled channel waveguides. The experiments were performed in AlGaAs waveguides at 1550 nm which corresponds to photon energies just below one half the semiconductor’s bandgap. The input intensity and relative input phase between the input Beams was varied and the output intensity patterns were recorded. Observed was behavior ranging from a linear response, to soliton Interactions between moderately and then strongly localized spatial solitons. Finally the influence of multiphoton absorption and asymmetric Beam inputs on these Interactions was investigated at very high intensities.

  • nonlinear optical Beam Interactions in waveguide arrays
    Physical Review Letters, 2004
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, G I Stegeman, Yaron Silberberg, Roberto Morandotti, J S Aitchison

    Abstract:

    : We report our investigation of Kerr nonlinear Beam Interactions in discrete systems. The influence of power and the relative phase between two Gaussian shaped Beams was investigated in detail by performing numerical simulations of the discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation and comparing the results with experiments done in AlGaAs waveguide arrays. Good agreement between theory and experiment was obtained.

Yaron Silberberg – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Beam Interactions with a blocker soliton in one dimensional arrays
    Optics Letters, 2005
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, G I Stegeman, Yaron Silberberg, Roberto Morandotti, D N Christodoulides, M Sorel, Haeyeon Yang, Gregory J Salamo, J S Aitchison

    Abstract:

    We investigate experimentally and numerically the interaction of a highly localized, single-channel discrete soliton (blocker) with a wide, tilted Beam in a one-dimensional AlGaAs array. In agreement with theory the blocker is observed to discretely shift its position by multiple channels, depending on the intensity and relative phase of the tilted Beam.

  • nonlinear Beam Interactions in 1d discrete kerr systems
    Optics Express, 2005
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, J S Aitchison, G I Stegeman, Roberto Morandotti, D N Christodoulides, M Sorel, Haeyeon Yang, Gregory J Salamo, Yaron Silberberg

    Abstract:

    The interaction between parallel Beams in one-dimensional discrete Kerr systems has been investigated using arrays of coupled channel waveguides. The experiments were performed in AlGaAs waveguides at 1550 nm which corresponds to photon energies just below one half the semiconductor’s bandgap. The input intensity and relative input phase between the input Beams was varied and the output intensity patterns were recorded. Observed was behavior ranging from a linear response, to soliton Interactions between moderately and then strongly localized spatial solitons. Finally the influence of multiphoton absorption and asymmetric Beam inputs on these Interactions was investigated at very high intensities.

  • nonlinear optical Beam Interactions in waveguide arrays
    Physical Review Letters, 2004
    Co-Authors: Joachim Meier, G I Stegeman, Yaron Silberberg, Roberto Morandotti, J S Aitchison

    Abstract:

    : We report our investigation of Kerr nonlinear Beam Interactions in discrete systems. The influence of power and the relative phase between two Gaussian shaped Beams was investigated in detail by performing numerical simulations of the discrete nonlinear Schrodinger equation and comparing the results with experiments done in AlGaAs waveguide arrays. Good agreement between theory and experiment was obtained.