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    • A microphotonic astrocomb 

      Obrzud, Ewelina; Rainer, Monica; Harutyunyan, Avet; Anderson, Miles H.; Liu, Junqiu; Geiselmann, Michael; Chazelas, Bruno; Kundermann, Stefan; Lecomte, Steve; Cecconi, Massimo; Ghedina, Adriano; Molinari, Emilio; Pepe, Francesco; Wildi, François; Bouchy, François; Kippenberg, Tobias J.; Herr, Tobias (2019-01)
      A microphotonic astrocomb is demonstrated via temporal dissipative Kerr solitons in photonic-chip-based silicon nitride microresonators with a precision of 25?cm?s–1 (radial velocity equivalent), useful for Earth-like ...
    • Achieving Efficient Conversion and Broadband Operation in Pulse-Driven Kerr Microresonators 

      Anderson, Miles; Bouchand, Romain; Obrzud, Ewelina; Liu, Junqiu; Karlen, Sylvain; Lucas, Erwan; Lecomte, Steve; Herr, Tobias; Kippenberg, Tobias J. (2018)
    • Broadband Efficient Soliton Microcombs in Pulse-Driven Photonic Microresonators 

      Anderson, Miles; Bouchand, Romain; Obrzud, Ewelina; Obrzud, Ewelina; Liu, Junqiu; Karlen, Sylvain; Lecomte, Steve; Herr, Tobias; Kippenberg, Tobias J. (2019-05-05)
      Broadband single-soliton based frequency combs, with a detectable repetition rate of 28 GHz, are efficiently generated through pulse-driving of a chip-based Si3N4 microresonator. We observe an influence of the pulse-driving ...
    • Heteronuclear Soliton Molecules in Optical Microresonators 

      Weng, Wenle; Bouchand, Romain; Lucas, Erwan; Obrzud, Ewelina; Herr, Tobias; Kippenberg, Tobias J. (2019)
    • Heteronuclear soliton molecules in optical microresonators 

      Weng, Wenle; Bouchand, Romain; Lucas, Erwan; Obrzud, Ewelina; Herr, Tobias; Kippenberg, Tobias J. (2020)
    • Thermally stable access to microresonator solitons via slow pump modulation 

      Wildi, Thibault; Brasch, Victor; Liu, Junqiu; Kippenberg, Tobias J.; Herr, Tobias (2019-09-15)
      Temporal dissipative Kerr solitons (DKSs) in microresonators provide ultra-short optical pulses and low-noise frequency combs with gigahertz to terahertz repetition rates. Owing to their unique properties, they have found ...