2015 - OSA Fellows Michalis N. Zervas University of Southampton, United Kingdom For seminal contributions to the development of advanced optical fiber amplifier configurations, fiber distributed-feedback lasers, Bragg grating theory and devices, high-power fiber lasers and nonlinear fiber optics.
Michalis N. Zervas spends much of his time researching Optics, Optical fiber, Fiber Bragg grating, Optoelectronics and PHOSFOS. Optics connects with themes related to Fiber in his study. Michalis N. Zervas has researched Optical fiber in several fields, including Optical filter, Amplifier and Erbium.
His studies deal with areas such as Dispersion-shifted fiber, Grating, Apodization and Wavelength-division multiplexing as well as Fiber Bragg grating. His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Laser power scaling, Femtosecond pulse shaping and Pulse shaping. The PHOSFOS study combines topics in areas such as Microfiber, Reflection, Optical communication and Refractive index contrast.
Optics, Optoelectronics, Optical fiber, Fiber Bragg grating and Grating are his primary areas of study. His study in Fiber laser, Laser, Wavelength, Resonator and Wavelength-division multiplexing is carried out as part of his Optics studies. His study focuses on the intersection of Optoelectronics and fields such as Polarization-maintaining optical fiber with connections in the field of Plastic optical fiber.
His work investigates the relationship between Optical fiber and topics such as Optical amplifier that intersect with problems in Erbium. His Fiber Bragg grating research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Apodization, Multiplexer, Long-period fiber grating and PHOSFOS. His work in Grating addresses subjects such as Dispersion, which are connected to disciplines such as Transmission.
Michalis N. Zervas mostly deals with Optics, Fiber laser, Optoelectronics, Laser and Resonator. His study in Optics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fiber and Amplifier. His Fiber laser study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fiber Bragg grating, Laser beam quality, Ultrashort pulse, Bandwidth-limited pulse and Beam.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Raman scattering, Polarization-maintaining optical fiber, Cladding, Bandwidth and Far-infrared laser. His Lasing threshold, Single-mode optical fiber and Laser power scaling study, which is part of a larger body of work in Laser, is frequently linked to Transverse plane, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Optical fiber research includes themes of Plasmon and Waveguide.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Optics, Instability, Transverse mode, Fiber laser and Transverse plane. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Optoelectronics and Amplifier. Michalis N. Zervas has included themes like Polarization-maintaining optical fiber, X-ray Raman scattering and Signal processing in his Optoelectronics study.
His Transverse mode research incorporates elements of Diode and Laser power scaling. His work in Fiber laser covers topics such as Cladding which are related to areas like Mode volume, Fiber optic sensor and Multi-mode optical fiber. His studies in Fiber Bragg grating integrate themes in fields like Photonics, Refractive index profile, Frequency response, Grating and Bandwidth.
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High Power Fiber Lasers: A Review
Michalis N. Zervas;Christophe A. Codemard.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (2014)
An efficient inverse scattering algorithm for the design of nonuniform fiber Bragg gratings
R. Feced;M.N. Zervas;M.A. Muriel.
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (1999)
Moving fibre/phase mask-scanning beam technique for enhanced flexibility in producing fibre gratings with uniform phase mask
M.J. Cole;W.H. Loh;R.I. Laming;M.N. Zervas.
Electronics Letters (1995)
Complex grating structures with uniform phase masks based on the moving fiber-scanning beam technique.
W. H. Loh;M. J. Cole;M. N. Zervas;S. Barcelos.
Optics Letters (1995)
Selective excitation of whispering gallery modes in a novel bottle microresonator
Ganapathy Senthil Murugan;James S. Wilkinson;Michalis N. Zervas.
Optics Express (2009)
High average power, high repetition rate, picosecond pulsed fiber master oscillator power amplifier source seeded by a gain-switched laser diode at 1060 nm
P. Dupriez;A. Piper;A. Malinowski;J.K. Sahu.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2006)
Self-starting passively mode-locked fibre ring laser exploiting nonlinear polarisation switching
V.J. Matsas;T.P. Newson;M.N. Zervas.
Optics Communications (1992)
Influence of nonideal chirped fiber grating characteristics on dispersion cancellation
K. Ennser;M. Ibsen;M. Durkin;M.N. Zervas.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1998)
Generation of a 40-GHz pulse stream by pulse multiplication with a sampled fiber Bragg grating.
P. Petropoulos;M. Ibsen;M. N. Zervas;D. J. Richardson.
Optics Letters (2000)
Hollow-bottle optical microresonators
G Senthil Murugan;M N Petrovich;Y Jung;J S Wilkinson.
Optics Express (2011)
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