Originally broadcast on July 19, 2023. Now available On Demand.
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Fiber amplifiers and fiber lasers are integral components in modern optical communication systems and, furthermore, find applications in various fields such as medical devices, defense systems, and industrial processes.
Designing and optimizing these devices require a deep understanding of their underlying physical principles, as well as the ability to simulate their performance accurately.
VPIphotonics Design Suite offers advanced means for simulation of fiber amplifiers and fiber lasers. During the webinar, we will introduce the fiber models used for simulations and briefly discuss the rate equation model used to simulate rare-earth-doped fibers and the simulation model of Raman amplification in a transmission fiber. Also, we will show a few live demos of application examples utilizing these models to simulate a fiber laser and fiber amplifiers. Finally, we will discuss the simulation results and showcase how simulation can be leveraged to optimize system parameters.
Chris Maloney | Director of Business Development | VPIphotonics
Chris Maloney is the Director of Business Development and Managing Director of US Operations at VPIphotonics, where he brings his previous modeling and simulation experiences from his time working in the semiconductor industry at IMEC. He has a Masters of Science in Microelectronic Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MBA from Messiah University, and is currently serving as President of the Rochester Section of OPTICA.
Piotr Novik | R&D Engineer | VPIphotonics
Piotr Novik joined VPI Development Center as a modelling engineer in 2018 and in 2021 moved to VPIphotonics in Berlin, Germany as a R&D engineer. He conducts research on VPIcomponentMaker Fiber Optics and VPItoolkit QKD development including different QKD protocols implementation and creating simulation models of devices required for quantum key distribution. During his work at VPI Development Center he obtained a Master's degree in Theoretical Physics from the Belarusian State University.