9780735405851

1st Workshop on Specialty Optical Fibers and Their Applications: Sao Pedro, Sp, Brazil, 20-22 August 2008

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  • ISBN13:

    9780735405851

  • ISBN10:

    0735405859

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-30
  • Publisher: Amer Inst of Physics

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Summary

All papers have been peer-reviewed. WSOF2008 has been planned as an unprecedented forum for the specialty optical fiber community, in which researchers could meet and discuss new research developments and directions. The need for such a forum relates to the recently experienced revival of the fiber optics research, which was triggered by the demonstration of fibers based on innovative structures and/or materials. These advances enabled the realization of waveguides with unprecedented characteristics and opened up new research and application areas. This volume compiles papers presented at that event.

Table of Contents

Optics in Microstructured and Photonic Crystal Fibersp. 3
Generation of Energetic Wavelength Tunable Femtosecond Pulses in Higher-Order-Mode Fiberp. 6
Ultraflat Supercontinuum Spectrum Generated with Soft-Glass Photonic Crystal Fibersp. 8
Highly Nonlinear Fibers in All-Optical Modulatorsp. 11
CW Supercontinuum Generation in Photonic Crystal Fibres with Two Zero-Dispersion Wavelengthsp. 15
High Power Fibre-Integrated Supercontinuum Sourcesp. 19
High-Speed Fiber Switchesp. 23
The Acousto-Optic Effect in Microstructured Optical Fibersp. 26
Nanoparticles Doped Liquid Crystal Filled Photonic Bandgap Fibersp. 29
Successful Fiber Sensing Technologies and Hot Topics for the Near Futurep. 33
Post-Processed Micro-Structured Optical Fibre Sensorsp. 37
Recent Advances on Optical Sensing Using Photonic Crystal Fibersp. 39
Fiberoptic Applications in Sensors and Telemetry for the Electric Power Industryp. 43
Optical Intrusion Detection Sensor with Polarization Maintaining Fiberp. 46
Fabrication and Postprocessing of Ge-Doped Nanoweb Fibersp. 50
Tailoring the Nonlinear Response of Hollow-Core Photonic Bandgap Fibresp. 54
New Perspectives in High-Power Optical Fiber-Amplifiers and Solid-State Laser Coolingp. 58
Applications of Long Period Gratings in Solid Core Photonic Bandgap Fibersp. 61
Spectral Response of FBG Written in Specialty Single-Mode Fibersp. 65
Photonic Technologies Integrated into Optical Fibresp. 69
Silica-Based Highly Nonlinear Fiber as Platform for Optical Processingsp. 73
Efficient S-Rand Amplification Using Depressed-Cladding Erbium-Doped Silica Fibersp. 77
Beyond Efficient Generation of Multiple Four-Wave Mixing Productsp. 79
Optical Frequency Combs Generated by Four-Wave Mixing in Optical Fibers for Astrophysical Spectrometer Calibration and Metrologyp. 83
Optical Fiber Design and Fabrication: Discussion on Recent Developmentsp. 87
Holey Fibers with a Limited Number of Air Hole Rings in the Cladding: Design, Fabrication and Application for Some Interferometric Sensing Devicesp. 91
Progress in the Fabrication of the Next-Generation Soft Glass Microstructured Optical Fibersp. 95
Erbium-Doped Photonic Crystal Fibers: Fabrication and Characterizationp. 99
Long Period Fiber Grating Fabricated by Defocused CO[subscript 2] Laser for Refractive Index Sensingp. 105
All-Fiber Devices Based on Photonic Crystal Fibers with Integrated Electrodesp. 109
Gaussian Filtering with Tapered Oil-Filled Photonic Bandgap Fibersp. 113
Analysis of Mechanical Properties of a Photonic Crystal Fiber Bragg Grating Acousto-Optic Modulatorp. 117
Fiber-Laser-Based Sensor for Measuring Refractive Index and Solute Concentration of Aqueous Solutionsp. 121
Six Degree Freedom Optical Fiber Accelerometerp. 125
Simple and Temperature-Insensitive Pressure Sensing Based on a Hollow-Core Photonic Crystal Fiberp. 129
Numerical and Experimental Studies for a High Pressure Photonic Crystal Fiber Based Sensorp. 133
Effect of Coupling between Fundamental and Cladding Modes on Bending Losses in Single-Polarization Single-Mode Photonic Crystal Fiberp. 137
Opto-Mechanical Response of a Suspended-Slab-Core Optical Fiberp. 141
Simulation Study of Deposition Parameters for Elliptical-Shaped Preforms by VAD for Polarization-Maintaining Fibersp. 145
Modeling Radiation Losses in Microstructured Optical Fibers for Sensing Applicationsp. 149
Evaporation in Water-Core Photonic Crystal Fibersp. 152
Theoretical and Experimental Study of Supercontinuum Generation in a Water-Core PCFp. 155
Spontaneous Raman Scattering in Optical Fiber: Experimental Measurementp. 159
Design and Simulation for Ultra High Soliton Pulse Compression through Photonic Crystal Fiberp. 163
Complete List of Papers Presented at WSOF2008p. 167
Author Indexp. 173
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