His research includes all-optical ultrafast signal processing using broadband wavelength conversion techniques based on engineered second-order nonlinearity; and third-order nonlinearity in engineered waveguides. It also covers the control of the stimulated Raman scattering effect in Kerr media using engineered pump pulses (e.g., Airy pulses) and its application. His current research focuses on multi-wavelength generation using stimulated Brillouin scattering and realization of complex-structure fiber Bragg gratings for Raman fiber lasers, for applications in telecommunications and sensing. He has 2 patents and more than 85 publications.
Flattop wideband wavelength converters based on cascaded sum and difference-frequency generation using step-chirped gratings
High-efficiency pump-resonant quasi-phase-matched frequency doublers with flattop broadband responses
The effects of noise amplification and soliton generation in anomalous dispersion regime of optical fibers
Simulation of ultrashort soliton-like pulse generation in lossy nonlinear dispersive optical fibers using the beam propagation method
Simulation of propagation of ultrashort pulses by the effects of SPM and GVD in anomalous dispersion regime of optical fibers using BPM