David Hermann

Showing 9 publications

2006

Highly tunable large-core single-mode liquid-crystal photonic bandgap fiber

T. T. Alkeskjold, J. Lægsgaard, A. Bjarklev et al
Applied Optics. Vol. 45 (10), p. 2261-2264
Journal article
2005

Optical tuning of photonic bandgaps in dye-doped nematic liquid crystal photonic crystal fibers

T Alkeskjold, A Bjarklev, David Hermann et al
Conference on Optical Fiber Communication (OFC), Technical Digest Series, Paper OME4. Vol. 1, p. 10-12
Paper in proceedings
2005

Electrically controllable liquid crystal photonic bandgap fiber with dual-frequency control

L. Scolari, T. Alkeskjold, J. Riishede et al
Proc. IEEE/LEOS Workshop on Fibres and Optical Passive Components (WFOPC), p. 14-19
Conference contribution
2005

Optically tunable bandgap fiber

T. Alkeskjold, J. Laegsgaard, A. Bjarklev et al
Optics Photonics News, special edition "Optics in 2005". Vol. 16 (12), p. 36-
Magazine article
2005

Continuously tunable devices based on electrical control of dual-frequency liquid crystal filled photonic bandgap fibers

L Scolari, T Alkeskjold, J Riishede et al
Optics Express. Vol. 13 (19), p. 7483-7496
Journal article
2005

Tuning in on Liquid Crystal-Infiltrated Photonic Crystal Fibers: Optics and Materials

David Hermann, T. Alkeskjold, Anawati Anawati et al
Proc. SPIE. Vol. 5947, p. 16-27
Paper in proceedings
2004

Distributed optical fiber devices based on liquid crystal infiltrated photonic crystal fibres

David Hermann
Optical Fiber Communication Conference , Los Angeles, USA, 22-27 Febr., 2004, p. TH-A3
Paper in proceedings
2004

All-optical modulation in dye-doped nematic liquid crystal photonic bandgap fibers

T.T Alkeskjold, J Laegsgaard, A. Bjarklev et al
Optics Express. Vol. 12 (24), p. 5857-5871
Journal article
2004

Low-Voltage Optical Devices based on Liquid Crystal Photonic BandGap Fibres

David Hermann
Applied Nanoscience (1), p. 25-29
Journal article

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