Linkages and Collaborations
University of Strathclyde, Scotland: Prof Thorsten Ackemann et al.
- J. P. Toomey D. M. Kane and T. Ackemann, “Complexity in pulsed nonlinear laser systems interrogated by permutation entropy”, Optics Express 22 (15), 17840-17853 (2014). doi:10.1364/OE.22.017840
- “Dynamics and Interaction of Laser Cavity Solitons in Broad-Area Semiconductor Lasers”, Ackemann, J. Jimenez, Y. Noblet, N. Radwell, G. Ren, P. V. Paulau, C. McIntyre, G.-L. Oppo, J. P. Toomey, and D. M. Kane, Ch. 3, Nonlinear Optical Cavity Dynamics, P Grelu (Ed.), ISBN: 978-3-527-41332-4, Wiley-VCH, February 2016.
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece: Prof Dimitris Syvridis and Dr Apostolos Argyris
- J. P. Toomey, D. M. Kane, C. J. McMahon, A. Argyris and D. Syvridis, “Integrated semiconductor laser with optical feedback: transition from short to long cavity regime,” Optics Express 23 (14), 18754-18762 (2015). doi: 10.1364/OE.23.018754
University of Essex: Prof Mike Adams et al.
- J. P. Toomey, C. Nichkawde, D. M. Kane, K. Schires, I.D. Henning, A. Hurtado, and M. J. Adams, “Stability of the nonlinear dynamics of an optically injected VCSEL,” Optics Express 20 (9), 10256-10270 (April 2012). doi: 10.1364/OE.20.010256
School of Electronic Engineering, University of Wales, Bangor: Prof Alan Shore and his group. Collaboration since 1994.
- M. Kane, J. P. Toomey, M. W. Lee, and K. A. Shore, “Correlation dimension signature of wideband chaos synchronization of semiconductor lasers,” Optics Letters 31(1), 20-22 (Jan 2006). doi: 10.1364/OL.31.000020
- J. P. Toomey, D. M. Kane, M. W. Lee and K. A. Shore, “Nonlinear dynamics of semiconductor lasers with feedback and modulation,” Optics Express 18 (16), 16955–16972 (Aug 2010). doi: 10.1364/OE.18.016955
University of NSW, Australia: Dr Elanor Huntington (now Prof) et al. Joint ARC Discovery Project.
- J. P. Toomey, D. M. Kane, A. Davidovic and E. H. Huntington, “Hybrid electronic/optical synchronized chaos communication system,” Optics Express 17(9), 7556–7561 (April 2009). doi: 10.1364/OE.17.007556
Department. of Physics, University of Helsinki, Finland: Dr Asa Lindberg etal.
- J. P. Toomey, D. M. Kane, S. Valling and A. M. Lindberg, “Automated correlation dimension analysis of optically injected solid state lasers,” Optics Express 17(9), 7592–7608 (April 2009). doi: 10.1364/OE.17.007592
Research School of Physical Science & Engineering, Australian National University, Australia: Prof Chennupati Jagadish, Dr Lan Fu, et al. Joint ARC Linkage Project.
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