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Integrated Indium Phosphide based modelocked lasers

Date Do, 16.04.2015 - Do, 16.04.2015
Time 16.45
Speaker Dr. Erwin Bente, Department of Electrical Engineering, COBRA Research Institute, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
Location ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg Campus, HPT E13
Program In this presentation recent results will be discussed that were obtained in the area of monolithically integrated modelocked semiconductor laser systems operating around 1550nm that were fabricated using generic InP based integration platform technology. Standardised parametrised components defined in this technology platform, such an optical amplifier and absorber, phase modulator and passive waveguides, can be used to design and realise modelocked laser systems on a single chip. After an introduction to the technology, results will be presented on a) a study into the best choice for positioning the saturable absorber in a passively modelocked linear laser and b) development of a chip with two modelocked ring lasers at 2.5 GHZ repetition rate for application in spectroscopy.
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