[IRP WALL-IN] Postdeadline paper in CLEO Europe
Typical nonlinear dynamics of the intra-cavity intensity profile obtained in a Kerr-resonator including a sinusoidal phase-modulated lattice, when the detuning is scanned across a resonance (from top to bottom)
Wall-IN has been selected for a postdeadline presentation in the CLEO/EQEC Europe conference 21-25 june 2021. Our paper reports the first direct observation of dissipative temporal cavity solitons in a photonic lattice. It establishes Kerr resonators as an effective and versatile platform to investigate nonlinear dynamics in synthetic frequency dimensions and provides new insights for the manipulation of dissipative temporal structures with potential applications in frequency combs generation and topological photonics. These results have been obtained in collaboration with the ICB laboratory in Dijon, The University of Auckland and Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in Brussels.
The following figure displays the typical spatio-temporal nonlinear dynamics occurring within a Kerr resonator including a sinusoidal photonic lattice.