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David Carlson (Assoc)

Publications

Nonlinear Networks for Arbitrary Optical Synthesis

Author(s)
Jennifer Black, Zachary Newman, Su-Peng Yu, David Carlson, Scott Papp
Nonlinear wavelength conversion is a powerful control of light, especially when implemented at the nanoscale with integrated photonics. However, strict energy

Optical-parametric oscillation in photonic-crystal ring resonators

Author(s)
Jennifer Black, Grant Brodnik, Haixin Liu, Su-Peng Yu, David Carlson, Jizhao Zang, Travis Briles, Scott Papp
By-design access to laser wavelength, especially with integrated photonics, is critical to advance quantum sensors, such as optical clocks and quantum

Photonic crystal resonators for inverse-designed multi-dimensional optical interconnects

Author(s)
Jizhao Zang, C. SHIRPURKAR, K.Y. YANG, David Carlson, Su-peng Yu, Erwan Lucas, S.V. PERICHERLA, J. Yang, M. GUIDRY, D. LUKIN, L. TRASK, F. AFLATOUNI, J. VUˇC KOVI´C, Scott Papp, P.J. DELFYETT
We experimentally demonstrate a 40-channel 400 Gbps optical communication link utilizing wavelength division multiplexing and mode-division multiplexing. This

Mid-infrared frequency combs at 10 GHz

Author(s)
Abijith S. Kowligy, David Carlson, Daniel D. Hickstein, Henry R. Timmers, Alexander Lind, Scott Papp, Scott Diddams
We demonstrate 10 GHz mid-infrared frequency combs spanning 3-5 μm and 7-11 μm that are generated with few-cycle electro-optic pulses and intrapulse difference

Patents (2018-Present)

Method And Process For Tantala Integrated Nonlinear Photonics

NIST Inventors
Scott Papp , David Carlson and Kartik Srinivasan
Integrated photonics that enable nonlinear optical processes are important for numerous applications, including precision metrology; microresonator frequency comb generation; optical signal generation and processing; sensing, positioning, and navigation; and generation and manipulation of quantum

Ultrafast Electro-optic Laser

NIST Inventors
Scott Papp , Scott Diddams and David Carlson
An ultrafast electro-optic laser makes a stabilized comb and includes: a comb generator that produces a frequency comb; a dielectric resonant oscillator; a phase modulator in communication with the dielectric resonant oscillator; an intensity modulator in communication with the phase modulator; an
Created April 30, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022