2019 - OSA Fellows Axel Schülzgen University of Central Florida, United States For fundamental contributions to fiber optics, high power and single frequency fiber lasers, fiber optic sensing technologies and very high bit rate transport of communication signals through optical fibers
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optics, Fiber laser, Photonic-crystal fiber, Polarization-maintaining optical fiber and Optoelectronics. His work in Multi-mode optical fiber, Dispersion-shifted fiber, Laser, Optical fiber and Single-mode optical fiber is related to Optics. His Fiber laser research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Infrared, Synchrotron, Coherence and Broadband.
As a part of the same scientific family, Axel Schülzgen mostly works in the field of Photonic-crystal fiber, focusing on Fiber optic sensor and, on occasion, Bending and Excitation. Axel Schülzgen interconnects Plastic optical fiber and Graded-index fiber in the investigation of issues within Polarization-maintaining optical fiber. He has included themes like Spatial division multiplexing, Data transmission and Soliton in his Optoelectronics study.
His primary scientific interests are in Optics, Optoelectronics, Optical fiber, Photonic-crystal fiber and Fiber laser. His Optics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Fiber. As part of his studies on Optoelectronics, he often connects relevant areas like Laser.
His Optical fiber research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bending and Interferometry. His Photonic-crystal fiber research focuses on Plastic-clad silica fiber and how it connects with Hard-clad silica optical fiber. The study incorporates disciplines such as Power, Laser power scaling, Double-clad fiber, Distributed feedback laser and Amplifier in addition to Fiber laser.
Axel Schülzgen focuses on Optics, Optical fiber, Fiber, Optoelectronics and Wavelength. His Optics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Bending. His work carried out in the field of Optical fiber brings together such families of science as Core, Astronomical interferometer, Anderson localization and Iterative reconstruction, Artificial intelligence.
His Fiber study incorporates themes from Interference, Refractive index and Interferometry. His Wavelength research focuses on Multicore fiber and how it relates to Fiber Bragg grating. His study looks at the intersection of Fiber laser and topics like Laser beam quality with Laser power scaling, Transverse mode and Amplifier.
His primary areas of study are Optics, Optical fiber, Wavelength, Single-mode optical fiber and Fiber. His study in Doppler broadening extends to Optics with its themes. Many of his research projects under Optical fiber are closely connected to Image restoration with Image restoration, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
The Wavelength study which covers Multicore fiber that intersects with Spectral line. The Single-mode optical fiber study combines topics in areas such as Vibration and Astronomical interferometer. His research investigates the connection between Curvature and topics such as Orientation that intersect with issues in Optoelectronics.
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Ultra-high-density spatial division multiplexing with a few-mode multicore fibre
R. G. H. van Uden;R. Amezcua Correa;E. Antonio Lopez;F. M. Huijskens.
Nature Photonics (2014)
Direct observation of excitonic rabi oscillations in semiconductors
A. Schülzgen;R. Binder;M. E. Donovan;M. Lindberg.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
PbS quantum-dot-doped glasses for ultrashort-pulse generation
K. Wundke;S. Pötting;S. Pötting;J. Auxier;A. Schülzgen.
Applied Physics Letters (2000)
Multicore fiber sensor for high-temperature applications up to 1000°C
J. Enrique Antonio-Lopez;Zeinab Sanjabi Eznaveh;Patrick LiKamWa;Axel Schülzgen.
Optics Letters (2014)
Whispering-gallery-mode microring laser using a conjugated polymer
Y. Kawabe;Ch. Spiegelberg;A. Schülzgen;M. F. Nabor.
Applied Physics Letters (1998)
Phase locking and in-phase supermode selection in monolithic multicore fiber lasers
L. Li;A. Schülzgen;S. Chen;V. L. Temyanko.
Optics Letters (2006)
Compact fiber-optic curvature sensor based on super-mode interference in a seven-core fiber.
G. Salceda-Delgado;A. Van Newkirk;J. E. Antonio-Lopez;A. Martinez-Rios.
Optics Letters (2015)
Hole-Assisted Few-Mode Multicore Fiber for High-Density Space-Division Multiplexing
Cen Xia;R. Amezcua-Correa;Neng Bai;E. Antonio-Lopez.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2012)
Femtosecond pulsed laser micromachining of glass substrates with application to microfluidic devices.
Malalahalli S. Giridhar;Kibyung Seong;Axel Schülzgen;Pramod Khulbe.
Applied Optics (2004)
Room-temperature gain at 1.3 μm in PbS-doped glasses
K. Wundke;J. Auxier;A. Schülzgen;N. Peyghambarian.
Applied Physics Letters (1999)
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