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Edgar Perez (Assoc)

Edgar Perez is a PML/UMD Graduate Student Researcher in the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Division. He Received his B.A. in physics from Reed College in Portland, Oregon. His undergraduate thesis studied chaos and bifurcations in the monopole ion trap. He now works with Kartik Srinivasan developing nonlinear nanophotonic technologies including micro-resonators and single photon sources.


Ultra-broadband Kerr microcomb through soliton spectral translation

Gregory Moille, Edgar Perez, Jordan Stone, Ashutosh Rao, Xiyuan Lu, Tahmid Rahman, Yanne Chembo, Kartik Srinivasan
Broad bandwidth and stable microresonator frequency combs are critical for optical atomic clocks, optical frequency synthesis, dual comb spectroscopy, and a

Fully self-referenced frequency comb consuming 5 Watts of electrical power

Paritosh Manurkar, Edgar F. Perez, Daniel D. Hickstein, David R. Carlson, Jeffrey T. Chiles, Daron A. Westly, Esther Baumann, Scott A. Diddams, Nathan R. Newbury, Kartik A. Srinivasan, Scott B. Papp, Ian R. Coddington
We present a hybrid fiber/waveguide design for a 100-MHz frequency comb that is fully self- referenced and temperature controlled with less than 5 W of
Created July 30, 2019, Updated September 7, 2022