Synchronization and application of delay-coupled semiconductor lasers

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dc.contributor Fischer, Ingo
dc.contributor Departament de Física
dc.creator Hicke, Konstantin 2014 2017-07-10T09:37:08Z 2017-07-10T09:37:08Z
dc.description [eng] The work in this thesis is focused on the complex dynamics of semiconductor laser (SL) devices which receive time-delayed feedback from an external cavity or are delay-coupled with a second semiconductor laser. We investigate fundamental properties of the dynamics and study the utilization of transient complex dynamics of a single SL arising from delayed feedback and external signal injection for a neuro-inspired photonic data processing scheme. Based on experiments and numerical modelling, we investigate systems of two coupled SLs, gaining insights into the role of laser and coupling parameters for the synchronization characteristics of these systems. We link certain features of the synchronization dynamics, like intermittent desynchronization events, to the underlying nonlinear dynamics in the coupled laser system. Our research thus combines both fundamental insights into delay-coupled lasers as well as novel application perspectives.
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dc.language eng
dc.publisher Universitat de les Illes Balears
dc.relation Tesis doctorals de la UIB
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dc.subject Science / Physics and Interdisciplinary Physics nonlinear
dc.subject Física intedisciplinar, ecología, física estadística, dinámica no lineal, formación de patrones, procesos estocásticos, sistemas complejos.
dc.title Synchronization and application of delay-coupled semiconductor lasers
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis
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