Michalis N. Zervas
Michalis N. Zervas
Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Advanced Fibre Laser Technologies, University of Southampton
Verified email at soton.ac.uk
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High power fiber lasers: a review
MN Zervas, CA Codemard
IEEE Journal of selected topics in Quantum Electronics 20 (5), 219-241, 2014
5882014
An efficient inverse scattering algorithm for the design of nonuniform fiber Bragg gratings
R Feced, MN Zervas, MA Muriel
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics 35 (8), 1105-1115, 1999
4471999
Moving fibre/phase mask-scanning beam technique for enhanced flexibility in producing fibre gratings with uniform phase mask
MJ Cole, WH Loh, RI Laming, MN Zervas, S Barcelos
Electronics Letters 31 (17), 1488-1490, 1995
2711995
Complex grating structures with uniform phase masks based on the moving fiber–scanning beam technique
WH Loh, MJ Cole, MN Zervas, S Barcelos, RI Laming
Optics Letters 20 (20), 2051-2053, 1995
2021995
High average power, high repetition rate, picosecond pulsed fiber master oscillator power amplifier source seeded by a gain-switched laser diode at 1060 nm
P Dupriez, A Piper, A Malinowski, JK Sahu, M Ibsen, BC Thomsen, ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 18 (9), 1013-1015, 2006
1612006
Selective excitation of whispering gallery modes in a novel bottle microresonator
GS Murugan, JS Wilkinson, MN Zervas
Optics express 17 (14), 11916-11925, 2009
1502009
Influence of nonideal chirped fiber grating characteristics on dispersion cancellation
K Ennser, M Ibsen, M Durkin, MN Zervas, RI Laming
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 10 (10), 1476-1478, 1998
1341998
Generation of a 40-GHz pulse stream by pulse multiplication with a sampled fiber Bragg grating
P Petropoulos, M Ibsen, MN Zervas, DJ Richardson
Optics letters 25 (8), 521-523, 2000
1292000
Self-starting passive mode-locked fibre ring laser exploiting non-linear polarisation switching
VJ Matsas, TP Newson, MN Zervas
Optics communications 92 (1-3), 61-66, 1992
1251992
Adaptive pulse shape control in a diode-seeded nanosecond fiber MOPA system
KT Vu, A Malinowski, DJ Richardson, F Ghiringhelli, LMB Hickey, ...
Optics Express 14 (23), 10996-11001, 2006
1152006
Dispersion compensation over distances in excess of 500 km for 10-Gb/s systems using chirped fiber gratings
WH Loh, RI Laming, N Robinson, A Cavaciuti, F Vaninetti, CJ Anderson, ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 8 (7), 944-946, 1996
1081996
Hollow-bottle optical microresonators
GS Murugan, MN Petrovich, Y Jung, JS Wilkinson, MN Zervas
Optics express 19 (21), 20773-20784, 2011
1072011
40-GHz pulse-train generation at 1.5 Ám with a chirped fiber grating as a frequency multiplier
S Longhi, M Marano, P Laporta, O Svelto, M Belmonte, B Agogliati, ...
Optics letters 25 (19), 1481-1483, 2000
942000
Effects of random phase and amplitude errors in optical fiber Bragg gratings
R Feced, MN Zervas
Journal of lightwave technology 18 (1), 90-101, 2000
902000
Whispering gallery mode spectra of channel waveguide coupled microspheres
Y Panitchob, GS Murugan, MN Zervas, P Horak, S Berneschi, S Pelli, ...
Optics express 16 (15), 11066-11076, 2008
892008
A new design approach for fiber DFB lasers with improved efficiency
K Yelen, LMB Hickey, MN Zervas
IEEE journal of quantum electronics 40 (6), 711-720, 2004
862004
Manipulation of colloidal gold nanoparticles in the evanescent field of a channel waveguide
LN Ng, MN Zervas, JS Wilkinson, BJ Luff
Applied Physics Letters 76 (15), 1993-1995, 2000
862000
8-and 16-channel all-fiber DFB laser WDM transmitters with integrated pump redundancy
M Ibsen, S Alam, MN Zervas, AB Grudinin, DN Payne
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 11 (9), 1114-1116, 1999
781999
Propulsion of gold nanoparticles on optical waveguides
LN Ng, BJ Luff, MN Zervas, JS Wilkinson
Optics Communications 208 (1-3), 117-124, 2002
772002
Distributed-feedback fiber laser sensor for simultaneous strain and temperature measurements operating in the radio-frequency domain
O Hadeler, M Ibsen, MN Zervas
Applied Optics 40 (19), 3169-3175, 2001
762001
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