Soliton trapping and orthogonal Raman scattering in a birefringent photonic crystal fiber

We observed experimentally that a soliton pulse polarized along the fast fiber axis partially transfers its energy to the orthogonal polarization.

Multiple intermodal-vectorial four-wave mixing bands generated by selective excitation of orthogonally polarized LP01 and LP11 modes in a birefringent fiber

We demonstrate that the selective excitation of different combinations of linearly polarized spatial modes at the pump wavelength initiates distinct intermodal-vectorial four-wave mixing processes.

gnlse-python: Open Source Software to Simulate Nonlinear Light Propagation In Optical Fibers

We present gnlse-python, a nonlinear optics modeling toolbox that contains a rich set of components and modules to solve the GNLSE using the split-step Fourier transform method (SSFM).

Discretized conical emission in multimode optical fibers

In this work, we present the results of numerical modelling of nonlinear pulse propagation in multimode optical fibers leading to discretized conical emission. We compare the corresponding mode-resolved spectra generated in different multimode fibers..

Numerical modelings of ultrashort pulse propagation and conical emission in multimode optical fibers

Study on discrete conical emission in MMFs with use of two well-known numerical approaches of nonlinear pulse propagation, namely, the unidirectional pulse propagation equation and the multimode generalized nonlinear Schrodinger equation.

Nonlinear phenomena in multimode fibers

Modeling of nonlinear propagation in multimode fibers - influence of fiber parameter on nonlinear phenomena. Investigation of multimode solitons and frequency conversion.

Nonlinear light propagation in multimode fibers

Project aims to develop more accurate numerical tools to model nonlinear propagation in multimode fibers and to investigate the control of nonlinear interactions with new fiber design.

Influence of attenuation on self-organized second-harmonic generation in a germanium-doped microstructured silica fiber

We extended a theoretical model of self-organized SHG to include an attenuation and investigated the influence of fiber loss on the self-organized SHG process.