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Ojas Kulkarni
Ojas Kulkarni
Intel Corporation
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Mid-infrared supercontinuum generation to 4.5 μm in ZBLAN fluoride fibers by nanosecond diode pumping
C Xia, M Kumar, OP Kulkarni, MN Islam, FL Terry Jr, MJ Freeman, ...
Optics letters 31 (17), 2553-2555, 2006
3232006
Supercontinuum generation from~ 1.9 to 4.5 μmin ZBLAN fiber with high average power generation beyond 3.8 μm using a thulium-doped fiber amplifier
OP Kulkarni, VV Alexander, M Kumar, MJ Freeman, MN Islam, FL Terry Jr, ...
JOSA B 28 (10), 2486-2498, 2011
1702011
Modulation instability initiated high power all-fiber supercontinuum lasers and their applications
VV Alexander, OP Kulkarni, M Kumar, C Xia, MN Islam, FL Terry Jr, ...
Optical Fiber Technology 18 (5), 349-374, 2012
1032012
Third order cascaded Raman wavelength shifting in chalcogenide fibers and determination of Raman gain coefficient
OP Kulkarni, C Xia, DJ Lee, M Kumar, A Kuditcher, MN Islam, FL Terry, ...
Optics express 14 (17), 7924-7930, 2006
862006
Supercontinuum generation in silica fibers by amplified nanosecond laser diode pulses
C Xia, M Kumar, MY Cheng, OP Kulkarni, MN Islam, A Galvanauskas, ...
IEEE journal of selected topics in quantum electronics 13 (3), 789-797, 2007
812007
FLT Jr., MJ Welsh, K. Ke, MJ Freeman, M. Neelakandan, and A. Chan,“Modulation instability initiated high power all-fiber supercontinuum lasers and their applications,”
VV Alexander, OP Kulkarni, M Kumar, C Xia, MN Islam
Optical Fiber Technology 18 (5), 349-374, 2012
82012
Optical probe for porosity defect detection on inner diameter surfaces of machined bores
OP Kulkarni, MN Islam, FL Terry Jr
Optical Engineering 49 (12), 123606-123606-8, 2010
82010
Mid-IR Supercontinuum (SC) Generation in ZBLAN fiber pumped by Tm-doped amplifier with fused silica SC input
O Kulkarni, V Alexander, M Kumar, MN Islam, MJ Freeman, FL Terry
CLEO: Science and Innovations, CThD2, 2011
52011
0.8-4.5 microns supercontinuum generation in ZBLAN fluoride fibers scaled up to 1.25 W power
C Xia, M Kumar, MY Cheng, OP Kulkarni, VV Alexander, MN Islam, ...
Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, CPDA10, 2006
32006
MJ Freeman, MN Islam, FL Terry, Jr., M. Neelakandan, and A. Chan “Supercontinuum generation from~ 1.9 to 4: 5 μm in ZBLAN fiber with high average power generation beyond 3; 8 …
OP Kulkarni, VV Alexander, M Kumar
Opt. Soc. Am 10, 2486, 2011
22011
GaAs-based surface-normal optical modulator compared to Si and its wavelength response characterization using a supercontinuum laser
OP Kulkarni, MN Islam, FL Terry
Optics Express 19 (5), 4076-4084, 2011
12011
Single mode optical fiber based devices and systems for mid-infrared light generation, communication and metrology
OP Kulkarni
University of Michigan, 2011
12011
Optical technique for porosity detection inside valve body spool bores down to 5 mm diameter
OP Kulkarni, MN Islam, FL Terry
Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics: Applications, AFA2, 2010
12010
Third order cascaded Raman wavelength shifting in chalcogenide fibers
OP Kulkarni, CA Xia, DJ Lee, M Kumar, A Kuditcher, MN Islam, FL Terry, ...
2006 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics and 2006 Quantum Electronics …, 2006
12006
High efficiency, all-fiber-integrated Mid-Infrared Super-Continuum Laser (MISCL)
MN Islam
2011 IEEE Photonics Society Summer Topical Meeting Series, 79-80, 2011
2011
Colorless, surface normal optical modulator based on free carrier effect in gallium arsenide
OP Kulkarni, M Kumar, MN Islam, FL Terry
International Quantum Electronics Conference, JWA42, 2009
2009
Super-continuum generation to 3 μm in fused silica fiber with nanosecond diode pumping
CA Xia, M Kumar, OP Kulkarni, MN Islam, FL Terry, DA Nolan, WA Wood
2006 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics and 2006 Quantum Electronics …, 2006
2006
Third order cascaded Raman wavelength shifting in chalcogenide fibers
OP Kulkarni, CA Xia, DJ Lee, M Kumar, A Kuditcher, MN Islam, FL Terry, ...
2006 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics and 2006 Quantum Electronics …, 0
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