Luis Reis

Luis Reis
UGent / ULB · Photonics Research Group and OPERA Photonics

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Introduction
I'm developing an integrated photonics platform using a gallium phosphide for the generation optical frequency combs via second and third order nonlinear optics

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Publications (8)
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Gallium phosphide-on-insulator emerged recently as a promising platform for integrated nonlinear photonics due to its intrinsic material properties. However, current integration solutions, using direct die-to-wafer bonding, do not support spatially localized integration with CMOS circuits which induce a large and expensive footprint material need....
Conference Paper
Next-generation telecommunication systems will rely on photonic integrated circuits. However, Silicon Nitride (SiN) photonic platforms do not natively provide high-speed photodiodes. We integrated a waveguide-coupled UTC photodiode on a SiN platform using the scalable micro-transfer-printing technology. These diodes show a responsivity up to 0 . 45...
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Optical frequency combs are revolutionizing modern time and frequency metrology. In the past years, their range of applications has increased substantially, driven by their miniaturization through microresonator-based solutions. The combs in such devices are typically generated using the third-order χ(3) nonlinearity of the resonator material. An a...
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Adiabatic frequency conversion has some key advantages over nonlinear frequency conversion. No threshold and no phase-matching conditions need to be fulfilled. Moreover, it exhibits a conversion efficiency of 100% down to the single-photon level. Adiabatic frequency conversion schemes in microresonators demonstrated so far suffer either from low qu...
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Optical frequency combs are revolutionising modern time and frequency metrology. In the past years, their range of applications has increased substantially, driven by their miniaturisation through microresonator-based solutions. The combs in such devices are typically generated using the third-order $\chi^{(3)}$-nonlinearity of the resonator materi...
Preprint
Adiabatic frequency conversion has some key advantages over nonlinear frequency conversion. No threshold and no phase-matching conditions need to be fulfilled. Moreover, it exhibits a conversion efficiency of $100\,\%$ down to the single-photon level. Adiabatic frequency conversion schemes in microresonators demonstrated so far suffer either from l...

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