Nonlinear photonics

Though nonlinear physics has a rather long history, beginning with the works of Newton and Huygens, science and technologies of the 19th and most of the 20th century had been dominated by linear mathematical models and linear physical phenomena. Over the last decades there has been growing recognition of the importance of physical systems in which nonlinearity introduces a rich variety of fundamentally new properties - properties that can never be observed in linear models or implemented in linear devices. The understanding and mastering of nonlinear physical systems has the potential to enable a new generation of engineering concepts. Our research is at the interface between fundamental nonlinear science and practical applications in fibre optics and photonics.

Active members in nonlinear photonics:

The key research areas include:

Photonics - Ultra-fast nonlinear phenomena in optical fibre
Ultra-fast nonlinear phenomena in optical fibre
Photonics - fibre lasers
Fibre lasers
Photonics - Optical solitons
Optical solitons
Photonics - Statistics of complex systems
Statistics of complex systems

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