After a first cycle of 15 years of research, Julien was graduated from the University with the french HDR degree (habilitation à diriger les recherches).
Julien gets an invited talk at CLEO US dealing with our results on the Multiple Modal and Wavelength Conversion Process of a 10-Gbit/s Signal in a 6-LP-Mode Fiber. This work was done in collaboration with Prysmian group and the University of Lille.
Julien used the 6-LP mode fiber from Prysmian group as well as spatial multiplexer/demultiplexer from cailabs.
The 4th and 5th of december, Julien was in Lille for the workshop on recent advances in ultrafast nonlinear fiber optics organized by IRCICA.
Our postdeadline paper "Flip-Flop Polarization Domain Walls in a Kerr Resonator" has been accepted in Nonlinear Photonics.
Advanced Photonics 2018 Congress, to be held at ETH Zurich in Zurich, Switzerland from the 2-5 July 2018.
5:45 PM to 6:00 PM July 3, 2018, session Title: Postdeadline Session VI.
This week, Julien is in Bath for a workshop entitled Progress in Nonlinear Photonics: Waveguides and Resonators.
He will give an invited talk: Polarization domain walls as bit entities in optical fibers and Kerr resonators.
Our paper on polarization chaos and random bit generation is now published in Optics Express. Happy New Year!
On wednesday the 11th of october, Julien went to Brussels in Covent Garden to defend his ERC consolidator proposal APOFIS.
Final decision in December. Let's cross our fingers!
A new publication with the University of Auckland is now online in Optica and reports on the universal mechanism through which temporal CSs can form robust long-range bound states.
A new grant for julien from the French agency of research (ANR)
117 k€ to start his new activities on spatial multiplexing.
A new book is out:
"Shaping Light in Nonlinear Optical Fibers"
This book is edited by C. Finot and S. Boscolo
ISBN: 978-1-119-08812-7, Wiley.
PETAL provided the chapter 8.
J. Fatome and M. Guasoni
"Self-Organization of Polarization State in Optical Fibers"
Julien is currently visiting the University of Auckland to work on cavity solitons and associated polarization phenomena.