Optical Sciences

Biomolecules and nanostructures

The Optical Sciences group studies the interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale. We do this by exploring ways to shape light and its environment. It's what we call active and passive control. Our current focus is on the interaction of light with biomolecules and nanostructures. We are part of Twente University's Department of Science and Technology and member of the MESA+ institute.
We participate in the EU-COST actions MP1102: Coherent Raman microscopy (MicroCor) and CM1202: Supramolecular photocatalytic water splitting (PERSPECT-H2O)

 

Q-factor measurements through injection locking of a semiconductor-glass hybrid laser with unknown intracavity losses

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Y. Fan, R. M. Oldenbeuving, M. R. H. Khan, C. G. H. Roeloffzen, E. J. Klein, C. J. Lee, H. L. Offerhaus, and K.-J. Boller
Optics Letters
Vol. 39 Issue 7 p 1748-1752 April 1, 2014
doi:10.1364/OL.39.001748


The injection locking properties of a newly developed waveguide-based external cavity semiconductor laser have been investigated. Using the injection locking properties to measure the Q-factor of complex optical cavities with unknown internal losses, has been demonstrated for the first time.
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