2016 - OSA Fellows José Azaña INRS–Energie Materiaux et Telecom, Canada For contributions to the advancement of ultrafast photonics in fiber optics and integrated-waveguide technologies for applications in high-speed communications, information processing and computing.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Optics, Fiber Bragg grating, Ultrashort pulse, Diffraction grating and Waveform. His Optics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Fourier transform. His work carried out in the field of Fiber Bragg grating brings together such families of science as Photonics and Polarization-maintaining optical fiber, Long-period fiber grating, PHOSFOS.
The various areas that he examines in his Ultrashort pulse study include Phase, Optical communication, Interferometry, Signal and Picosecond. His work deals with themes such as Apodization, Coupled mode theory, Differentiator and Terahertz radiation, which intersect with Diffraction grating. His studies in Waveform integrate themes in fields like Time domain and Bandwidth-limited pulse.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optics, Fiber Bragg grating, Optoelectronics, Ultrashort pulse and Optical fiber. His Optics research includes elements of Phase, Phase modulation and Waveform. His Waveform research incorporates elements of Acoustics and Bandwidth.
His Fiber Bragg grating study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Optics, Waveform, Phase modulation, Electronic engineering and Optoelectronics. Optics is often connected to Phase in his work. José Azaña usually deals with Waveform and limits it to topics linked to Spectrogram and Sampling, Signal processing and Time–frequency analysis.
His research in Phase modulation intersects with topics in Dispersive medium, Dispersion, Spectral density, Noise control and Amplifier. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Photonics, Photon, Quantum, Radar and Signal. He works mostly in the field of Optoelectronics, limiting it down to topics relating to Phase noise and, in certain cases, Noise, as a part of the same area of interest.
José Azaña mainly focuses on Optics, Waveform, Phase modulation, Photonics and Electronic engineering. The Optics study combines topics in areas such as Phase and Signal processing. His Waveform study combines topics in areas such as Chirp, Optical amplifier, Dispersion and Spectrogram.
His research in Phase modulation intersects with topics in Fiber Bragg grating, Invisibility and Cloaking device. His Photonics research includes elements of Quantum entanglement, Noise, Baseband, Electronics and Microwave engineering. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quantum state, Photonic integrated circuit and Photon.
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On-chip generation of high-dimensional entangled quantum states and their coherent control
Michael Kues;Christian Reimer;Piotr Roztocki;Luis Romero Cortés.
On-chip CMOS-compatible all-optical integrator
M. Ferrera;Y. Park;L. Razzari;L. Razzari;B. E. Little.
Nature Communications (2010)
Temporal self-imaging effects: theory and application for multiplying pulse repetition rates
J. Azana;M.A. Muriel.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (2001)
Real-time Fourier transformer based on fiber gratings.
Miguel A. Muriel;José Azaña;Alejandro Carballar.
Optics Letters (1999)
High-dimensional one-way quantum processing implemented on d -level cluster states
Christian Reimer;Christian Reimer;Stefania Sciara;Stefania Sciara;Piotr Roztocki;Mehedi Islam.
Nature Physics (2019)
Real-time optical spectrum analysis based on the time-space duality in chirped fiber gratings
J. Azana;M.A. Muriel.
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (2000)
Sub-picosecond phase-sensitive optical pulse characterization on a chip
Alessia Pasquazi;Marco Peccianti;Marco Peccianti;Yongwoo Park;Brent E. Little.
Nature Photonics (2011)
Nonreciprocal waveguide Bragg gratings.
Mykola Kulishov;Jacques M. Laniel;Nicolas Bélanger;José Azaña.
Optics Express (2005)
Ultrafast all-optical differentiators
Radan Slavík;Yongwoo Park;Mykola Kulishov;Roberto Morandotti.
Optics Express (2006)
Efficient wavelength conversion and net parametric gain via four wave mixing in a high index doped silica waveguide
Alessia Pasquazi;Yongwoo Park;José Azaña;François Légaré.
Optics Express (2010)
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