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    • Doping management for high-power fiber lasers: 100 W, few-picosecond pulse generation from an all-fiber-integrated amplifier 

      Elahi, P.; Yilmaz, S.; Akçaalan, Ö.; Kalaycioğlu, H.; Öktem, B.; Şenel, Ç.; Ilday, F. Ö.; Eken, K. (Optical Society of America, 2012-07-16)
      Thermal effects, which limit the average power, can be minimized by using low-doped, longer gain fibers, whereas the presence of nonlinear effects requires use of high-doped, shorter fibers to maximize the peak power. We ...
    • Nonlinearity engineering of mode-locked fiber lasers: Similariton and soliton-similariton lasers 

      İlday F. Ömer; Öktem, Bülent; Ülgüdür, Coşkun (IEEE, 2011)
      Fiber lasers are attractive with their simplicity, high powers and low cost. However, propagation of short pulses in optical fiber leads to nonlinear effects, which limit the technical performance. These effects drive rich ...
    • Nonlinearity management: from fiber oscillators to amplifiers 

      İlday, Fatih Ömer; Şenel, Ç.; Hamid, R.; Teamir, Tesfay G.; Pavlov, Ihor; Teğin, Uğur; Ergeçen, E.; Elahi, Parviz; Iegorov, R. (IEEE, 2016)
      While the standard approach to performance scaling in fiber lasers seeks to reduce nonlinear effects through chirping or mode scaling, I will review recent progress in a complementary approach, whereby the governing dynamics ...
    • Theoretical analysis of doping management 

      Gürsel, A. T.; Elahi, Parviz; İlday, F. Ömer; Ozyazici, M.S. (IEEE, 2013)
      Two opposing requirements, such as thermal load and nonlinear effects are important limitations in rapid progress of high-power fiber laser technologies. Thermal effects, which limit the average power, can be minimized by ...