Episode 35 of the Cisco Optics Podcast is now posted! See under for episode notes.
Cisco Optics Podcast Episode 35
Fascinating laser analysis tasks you want you considered, with Juliet Gopinath. Half 1 of 9.
Lasers have been round for over six a long time. Since their invention, they’ve discovered their approach into many functions which have modified our lives. Optical communications is after all considered one of them, and there are a lot of that will shock you. There may be additionally nonetheless loads of room to take laser efficiency to new heights, resulting in much more new functions.
In Episode 35, we start a brand new dialog with laser and optics professional Juliet Gopinath, Professor on the College of Colorado Boulder. We start along with her work at Lincoln Laboratories on bettering laser efficiency.
– Pat Chou, Cisco Optics Product Supervisor
Juliet Gopinath is the Alfred T. and Betty E. Look Professor of Electrical, Pc and Vitality Engineering and Physics on the College of Colorado Boulder. She acquired her B.S. diploma in Electrical Engineering from the College of Minnesota and her M.S. and Ph.D. levels at MIT. She was a member of technical employees at MIT Lincoln Laboratory from 2005 to 2009. Since then, she has led a analysis group on the College of Colorado Boulder. Her present analysis pursuits embody ultrafast lasers, nonlinear optics, mid-infrared supplies, spectroscopy, orbital angular momentum and adaptive optical gadgets. She has printed 78 peer-reviewed journal articles and over 97 convention displays. She is the recipient of an R&D 100 Award (2012) and is an Optica Fellow. She served as an Affiliate Editor for the IEEE Photonics Society Journal (2011-2017), the Affiliate Director for Cubit (2019), and at the moment is an Affiliate Editor for Optica.
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Hearken to Episode 35
3:52 Quantum Electronics (Laser Know-how and Functions) group at MIT Lincoln Labs
5:15 Slab coupled optical waveguide lasers
6:07 Cryogenic Ytterbium YAG stable state laser
7:06 Cooling excessive powered lasers
8:13 Gaussian beams
8:57 Frequency conversion and the blue-green valley of demise
12:48 Inexperienced laser pointers
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