2006 - OSA Fellows For contributions in nonlinear optics, including measurement of the information velocity, development of low-light-level optical switches, and controlling optical chaos.
2002 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For fundamental studies in nonlinear and quantum optics, including the development of the Raman twophoton laser and the investigation of multiphoton optical amplification processes in laserdriven atomic vapors
Daniel J. Gauthier mostly deals with Optics, Slow light, Brillouin scattering, Quantum mechanics and Optical fiber. His Optics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Optoelectronics. Daniel J. Gauthier interconnects Ultrashort pulse, Electromagnetically induced transparency, Refractive index and Optical amplifier in the investigation of issues within Slow light.
His Brillouin scattering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Light scattering, Wavelength, Fiber, Optical storage and 3D optical data storage. Daniel J. Gauthier has researched Quantum mechanics in several fields, including Quantum electrodynamics and Classical mechanics. His study in Optical fiber is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Laser and Laser linewidth.
His main research concerns Optics, Atomic physics, Photon, Optoelectronics and Nonlinear optics. His work is connected to Slow light, Brillouin scattering, Optical fiber, Laser and Pulse, as a part of Optics. Many of his studies on Atomic physics apply to Pattern formation as well.
His studies deal with areas such as Quantum, Quantum information science, Quantum optics and Detector as well as Photon. His study brings together the fields of Interference and Quantum. His research integrates issues of Quantum network and Topology in his study of Quantum key distribution.
His primary areas of investigation include Quantum key distribution, Photon, Detector, Atomic physics and Optoelectronics. Daniel J. Gauthier combines subjects such as Quantum cryptography, Quantum channel and Topology with his study of Quantum key distribution. His Photon study incorporates themes from Photonics and Nanowire.
His research on Atomic physics also deals with topics like
Daniel J. Gauthier focuses on Photon, Pyrolysis, Quantum key distribution, Detector and Biomass. His Photon study contributes to a more complete understanding of Optics. Daniel J. Gauthier combines subjects such as Beech, Tar, Pulp and paper industry and Solar energy with his study of Pyrolysis.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quantum computer, Mutually unbiased bases, Cascade and Qubit. His Detector study combines topics in areas such as Optoelectronics, Quantum information science, Signal and Jitter. Daniel J. Gauthier has included themes like Nanowire and Superconductivity in his Quantum optics study.
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Tunable all-optical delays via Brillouin slow light in an optical fiber.
Yoshitomo Okawachi;Matthew S. Bigelow;Jay E. Sharping;Zhaoming Zhu.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Vacuum Rabi splitting as a feature of linear-dispersion theory: Analysis and experimental observations.
Yifu Zhu;Daniel J. Gauthier;S. E. Morin;Qilin Wu.
Physical Review Letters (1990)
Stabilizing unstable periodic orbits in fast dynamical systems.
Joshua E. S. Socolar;David W. Sukow;Daniel J. Gauthier.
Physical Review E (1994)
High-dimensional quantum cryptography with twisted light
Mohammad Mirhosseini;Omar S Magaña-Loaiza;Malcolm N O’Sullivan;Brandon Rodenburg.
New Journal of Physics (2015)
The speed of information in a ‘fast-light’ optical medium
Michael D. Stenner;Daniel J. Gauthier;Mark A. Neifeld.
Stored Light in an Optical Fiber via Stimulated Brillouin Scattering
Zhaoming Zhu;Zhaoming Zhu;Daniel J. Gauthier;Daniel J. Gauthier;Robert W. Boyd;Robert W. Boyd.
All-optical switching in rubidium vapor.
Andrew M. C. Dawes;Lucas Illing;Susan M. Clark;Daniel J. Gauthier.
Chapter 6 - “Slow” and “fast” light
Robert W. Boyd;Daniel J. Gauthier.
Progress in Optics (2002)
Slow and Fast Light
Robert W Boyd;Robert W Boyd;Robert W Boyd;Daniel J Gauthier.
Progress in Optics (2001)
Live cell image segmentation
Kenong Wu;D. Gauthier;M.D. Levine.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (1995)
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