发布单位：人员机构 [2013-12-13 00:00:00] 打印此信息
题 目：Optical Fibre Sensing Research at PRC-FBG and SMS fibre interferometer
报告人：Qiang Wu, Principal Investigator (Photonics Research Centre, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin）
时 间：2013年12月20日（星期五）上午10: 00-11:30
In this seminar an overview of research in optical fiber sensing at the Photonics Research Centre (PRC) at the Dublin Institute of Technology will firstly be described, followed by a detailed description of our research in fibre Bragg grating (FBG) and singlemode-multimode -singlemode (SMS) fibre structure.
A typical optical SMS fibre structure is a combination of two different types of optical fibre, where a short length of multimode fibre is sandwiched between input and output singlemode fibres. SMS fibre structures are a promising approach for developing a variety of optical fibre components and sensors. Investigations are not only in designing new types of SMS structures but also in the combination of SMS structures and other optical fibre components such as Fiber Bragg Gratings and Long Period Gratings as a way of implementing all-fibre based components, for example refractive index sensors and filters for coarse wavelength division multiplexing communications systems. Potentially SMS structures will have new application areas in bio- and chemical sensing.
Qiang Wu has been worked as a postdoctoral researcher at City University of Hong Kon and Heriot-Watt University. Since 2008 he was a Stokes Lecturer and currently a Principal Investigator with the Photonics Research Centre, Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland. He is also an adjunct professor in Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. He is a committee member of Holography and Optical Information Processing committee, The Chinese Optical Society. His current research interests include the design and fabrication of fiber Bragg grating devices for sensing, singlemode-multimode-singlemdoe fiber structures for novel fiber optical couplers and sensors, and surface Plasmon resonant. He has authored or co-authored more than 140 articles in academic journals and international conferences and holds three patents.