Chaitanya Kumar Suddapalli received Ph.D. degree in photonics with “Excellent Cum Laude with Honours” from ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain, in 2012, for his thesis on high-power, ﬁber-laser-pumped optical parametric oscillators from the visible to mid-infrared. He is currently working as a Laser Scienctist in the reaseach and development division at Radiantis, a world leading specialist company in developing nonlinear frequency conversion sources. His research interests include ﬁber-based optical frequency conversion sources and continuous-wave and ultrafast optical parametric oscillators from the ultraviolet to mid-infrared. He has published more than 70 peer-reviewed and invited papers in leading international journals in Photonics and has presented in excess of 120 contributed, post deadline and invited papers at major international conferences such as SPIE Photonics West and CLEO-USA. Through out his career, he worked on several funded projects with active international collaborations. Some of his research works have been highlighted in Laser Focus World and Nature Photonics. He received the ICFO Ph.D. thesis award in 2013 and UPC extraordinary Ph.D. thesis award in 2014 for his outstanding contributions to applied research during his doctoral studies. Further, he was selected for the prestegious 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting in 2016. He is a professional member of the Optical Society of America, The International Society for Optics and Photonics and European Physical Society. Further, he also served on several conference technical committees including MICS and Europhoton.
1 μm-pumped optical parametric generator and oscillator based on orientation-patterned gallium phosphide
Performance characterization of mid-infrared difference frequency generation in orientation-patterned gallium phosphide
High-energy 450-MHz CdSiP2 picosecond optical parametric oscillator near 6.3 μm for biomedical applications