[Journal Articles]

Ted Morse

Boston University
8 St.Mary's Street
Boston, MA 02215
Office: (617) 358-1035
Email: tfmorse



*Photonic material processing
*Optical fiber fabrication, lasers, and sensors
*High power double clad fiber lasers

This lab is one of the few university laboratories capable of designing, fabricating, and characterizing silica optical fibers. The research activities of this laboratory focus on new processing techniques for optical fibers , high power optical fiber lasers, and a variety of optical fiber sensors. We are developing a new technique for combining multimode pump radiation into double clad fibers. The components of this facility consist of a fabrication laboratory with three glass lathes including a new stateof- the-art Nextrom MCVD system, an optical laboratory with numerous pump lasers for fiber lasers, five isolation tables, and an 8m optical fiber draw tower, newly outfitted with Nextrom widing and control equipment. In addition, there is a CVD laboratory for studies of thin films.

Journal Articles

4.) O. Basarir, S. Bramhavar, G. Basilio-Sanchez, T. Morse, and K. Ekinci, "Sensitive micromechanical displacement detection by scattering evanescent optical waves," Optics Letters, Vol. 35, No. 11, 1 June 2010, pp. 1792-1794

3.) R. S. Quimby, R. L. Shubochkin, and T. Morse, "High quantum efficiency of near-infrared emission in bismuth doped AlGeP-silica fiber," Optics Letters, Vol. 34, No. 20, October 2009, pp. 3181-3183

2.) A. Rosales-Garcia, T. Morse, J. Hernandez-Cordero, and M. S. Ünlü, "Single Polarization-Mode-Beating Frequency Fiber Laser," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters , Vol. 21, No. 8, 15 April 2009

1.) R. S. Quimby, T. Morse, R. L. Shubochkin, and S. Ramachandran, "Yb3+ Ring Doping in High-Order-Mode Fiber for High-Power 977-nm Lasers and Amplifiers," IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol. 15, No. 1, January/February 2009

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