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Dr Victor Pacheco Pena
Dr Toby Hallam
Professor Noel Healy
MXene supported surface plasmons on telecommunications optical fibers2022
Joseph Riley
Professor Noel Healy
Dr Victor Pacheco Pena
Controlling surface plasmons using all-metallic structures2021
Joseph Riley
Professor Noel Healy
Dr Victor Pacheco Pena
Exploiting meniscus lenses for surface plasmons focusing2021
Professor Noel Healy
Dr Victor Pacheco Pena
Exploiting the concept of effective media to manipulate surface plasmons without dielectrics2021
Dr Dumitru Sirbu
Dr Hei Tsui
Naseem Alsaif
Susana Iglesias Porras
Dr Pablo Docampo
et al.
Wide-Band-Gap Metal-Free Perovskite for Third-Order Nonlinear Optics2021
Wasem Al Juaid
Professor Noel Healy
Dr Victor Pacheco Pena
High-refractive-index Nanosparticles on Optical Fibres for High-Resolution Lensing Applications2020
Joseph Riley
Professor Noel Healy
Dr Victor Pacheco Pena
Manipulating Surface Plasmons Propagation Using Ultra-Compact and Non-Dielectric Designs2020
Professor Noel Healy
Optical-resonance-enhanced nonlinearities in a MoS2-coated single-mode fiber2018
Idzdihar Idris
Dr Ben Horrocks
Professor Noel Healy
Dr Jon Goss
Dr Alton Horsfall
et al.
Pore Wall Thinning of Mesoporous 4H-SiC by Sacrificial Oxidation2018
Professor Noel Healy
A Tuneable Multi-Core to Single Mode Fiber Coupler2017
Professor Noel Healy
High Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition of Optoelectronic Fiber Materials2017
Professor Noel Healy
Laser Annealing of Low Temperature Deposited Silicon Waveguides2017
Professor Noel Healy
Material properties of tapered crystalline silicon core fibers2017
Professor Noel Healy
MoS2 coated side polished fibers for nonlinear optics2017
Professor Noel Healy
Tapered polysilicon core fibers for nonlinear photonics: erratum2017
Professor Noel Healy
A multi-core fiber to single-mode fiber side-polished coupler2016
Professor Noel Healy
CO2 Laser-Induced Directional Recrystallization to Produce Single Crystal Silicon-Core Optical Fibers with Low Loss2016
Professor Noel Healy
Crystalline Silicon Optical Fibers with Low Optical Loss2016
Professor Noel Healy
Enhanced all-optical modulation in a graphene-coated fibre with low insertion loss2016
Professor Noel Healy
Functionalized optical fibers for non-linear optics2016
Professor Noel Healy
Graphene-based fiber polarizer with PVB-enhanced light interaction2016
Professor Noel Healy
In-fiber all-optical modulation based on an enhanced light-matter interaction with graphene2016
Professor Noel Healy
Laser recrystallization and inscription of compositional microstructures in crystalline SiGe-core fibres2016
Professor Noel Healy
Numerical analysis using 2D modeling of optical fiber poled by induction2016
Professor Noel Healy
Optical fiber poling by induction: analysis by 2D numerical modeling2016
Mohd Rashid
Dr Ben Horrocks
Professor Noel Healy
Dr Jon Goss
Dr Alton Horsfall
et al.
Optical properties of mesoporous 4H-SiC prepared by anodic electrochemical etching2016
Professor Noel Healy
Semiconductor optical fibers for nonlinear applications2016
Professor Noel Healy
Silicon and germanium mid-infrared photonics2016
Professor Noel Healy
Silicon photonics: some remaining challenges2016
Professor Noel Healy
Tapered polysilicon core fibers for nonlinear photonics2016
Professor Noel Healy
A poly-Si on LiNbO3 photonic platform2015
Professor Noel Healy
All-optical modulation in germanium-on-silicon waveguides in the mid-infrared2015
Professor Noel Healy
Facilitating an Integrated Silicon Photonics Platform2015
Professor Noel Healy
Fiber-based semiconductor resonators for nonlinear photonics2015
Professor Noel Healy
Fusion splicing of silicon optical fi bres2015
Professor Noel Healy
Germanium-on-silicon platforms for nonlinear photonics in the mid-infrared2015
Professor Noel Healy
Group IV mid-infrared photonics2015
Professor Noel Healy
Group IV mid-ir photonics2015
Professor Noel Healy
High-performance low-loss fi bre polarizer based on graphene and PVB2015
Professor Noel Healy
Hydrogenated amorphous germanium optical fi ber2015
Professor Noel Healy
In-fi ber silicon microsphere as a hybrid fabry-perot microcavity for temperature sensing2015
Professor Noel Healy
In-fiber Silicon Microshperes2015
Professor Noel Healy
Kerr nonlinear switching in a hybrid silica-silicon microspherical resonator2015
Professor Noel Healy
Mid-infrared all-optical modulation in low-loss germanium-on-silicon waveguides2015
Professor Noel Healy
Optical devices and methods of manufacture of optical devices2015
Professor Noel Healy
Optical Wavefront Interferometry - evolution, challenges and opportunities2015
Professor Noel Healy
Semiconductor Optical Fibers2015
Professor Noel Healy
Silicon Photonics based optical devices and circuits2015
Professor Noel Healy
Templated growth of II-VI semiconductor optical fi ber devices and steps towards infrared fi ber lasers.2015
Dr Vesna Vuksanovic
Professor Noel Healy
Tunable continuous wave emission via phase-matched second harmonic generation in a znse microcylindrical resonator2015
Professor Noel Healy
Two-photon absorption and all-optical modulation in germanium-on-silicon waveguides for the mid-infrared2015
Professor Noel Healy
Annealing of amorphous silicon using cw visible lasers2014
Professor Noel Healy
Extreme electronic bandgap modi cation in laser-crystallized silicon optical fibres2014
Professor Noel Healy
Laser crystallization of silicon on lithium niobate2014
Professor Noel Healy
Nonlinear optics in silicon bre micro structures2014
Dr Danping Huang
Professor Noel Healy
Optical fi ber poling by induction2014
Professor Noel Healy
Semiconductor optical fibres: progress and opportunities2014
Professor Noel Healy
Silicon fi bre devices for nonlinear applications2014
Professor Noel Healy
Smart, portable, miniature, static, broadband, optical interferometers and measurements2014
Professor Noel Healy
Tunable anisotropic strain in laser crystallized silicon core optical fibers2014
Dr Danping Huang
Professor Noel Healy
Who needs contacts? optical fiber poling by induction2014