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Nonlinear and quantum dynamics of Kerr frequency combs
Yanne K. Chembo
Département d'Optique, Institut FEMTO-ST [UMR CNRS 6174]
Mercredi 21/01/2015, 11:00
SPEC Salle Itzykson, Bât.774, Orme des Merisiers

Abstract :

Kerr optical frequency combs originate from the excitation of the whispering gallery mode of high Q monolithic resonators through the Kerr effect. In this presentation, we present the various models (spectro- and spatio-temporal) used to describe the nonlinear dynamics of these combs, which can feature structures such as bright and dark solitons, Turing rolls, or spatiotemporal chaos. We present a quantum formalism that allows to understand the phenomena of quantum correlations and squeezing in this system. We also discuss the relevance of this research for various applications such as time-frequency metrology, molecular spectroscopy, and ultra-low phase noise microwave generation.

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