In-cavity transformations for new nonlinear regimes of pulse generation in mode-locked fibre lasers

Sonia Boscolo, Sergei Turitsyn, Christophe Finot

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We review recent progress in the research on nonlinear mechanisms of pulse generation in passively mode-locked fibre lasers. These include parabolic self-similar pulse mode-locking, a mode-locking regime featuring pulses with a triangular distribution of the intensity, and spectral compression arising from nonlinear pulse propagation. We also report on the possibility of achieving various regimes of advanced temporal waveform generation in a mode-locked fibre laser by inclusion of a spectral filter into the laser cavity.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2014
EventSIAM conference on Nonlinear Waves and coherent structures - Churchill College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Duration: 11 Aug 201414 Aug 2014


ConferenceSIAM conference on Nonlinear Waves and coherent structures
Abbreviated titleNW14
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
OtherTheoretical aspects of applied mathematical research on nonlinear waves and coherent structures are relevant to subjects as diverse as general relativity, high-energy particle and plasma physics, fluid and solid mechanics, nonlinear electrical circuits, Bose-Einstein condensation, nonlinear optics, random media, atmosphere and ocean dynamics, chemical reactions, and biology. Remarkable agreement between theory and experiments can be claimed in many of these fields.

The goals of the conference are to provide a forum for the development of mathematical methods and tools, to foster cross-fertilization among different fields of application, and most crucially to enable communication between the mathematicians who build the theory and the scientists who use it. The conference program will consist of presentations on subjects ranging from basic mathematical research to concrete applications.


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