Our research group studies and develops novel laser processing technology for defining photonic devices, optical circuits, microfluidic and other nanostructures. The laser enables fabrication in novel two- and three-dimensional architectures to be explored in optical materials for broad impact in today's optical communication networks and lab-on-a-chip microsystems through to medical applications such as smart catheters.
Femtosecond filaments for rapid and flexible writing of Fiber-Bragg grating (Conference Presentation)
Holographic tracking of quantized intra-film segments during interferometric laser processing of SiOx thin films (Conference Presentation)
Manipulating femtosecond laser interactions in bulk glass and thin-film with spatial light modulation (Conference Presentation)
Temperature-compensated fiber optic 3D shape sensor using femtosecond laser direct-written Bragg grating waveguides
Feasibility of endovascular optical coherence tomography for high-resolution carotid vessel wall imaging
Fabrication of sub-micron gratings in ultrathin films by 157-nm laser ablation and their application as grating waveguide structures
Comparison of metrology methods for measurement of micron and submicron resist and polysilicon features