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Clever Methods used in Poster Sessions

Written by Nicole Moore

Wednesday’s poster session had several interesting theoretical and computational posters, but I was unfortunately unable to speak with all of their authors.  I did get a chance to talk to Jordan Leidner about his work with John Marciante simulating broad-area semiconductor lasers and looking for ways to improve their beam quality (as measured by M2).  They used a clever method that relies on playing around with the evanescent fields in the outer layer by varying the change in the index of refraction as well as the reflectivity of the output coupler.  You can find the related publications citation at
http://www.optics.rochester.edu/workgroups/marciante/publications.html

Posted: 10/18/2012 8:22:39 AM by By Nicole Moore | with 0 comments

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