Created by sebastien.popoff on 14/07/2021

Talks Wavefront shaping

Learning and Avoiding Disorder in Multimode Fibers

Sébastien M. Popoff
July 2021

In this work, we demonstrate the existence of a set of spatial channels in multimode fibers that are robust to strong local perturbations. We show that, even for a high level of disorder, light propagation can be characterized by just a few key properties.

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Created by sebastien.popoff on 01/05/2021

Tutorials Spatial Light Modulators

Controlling a Spatial Light Modulator remotely using a Raspberry Pi

Standard phase spatial light modulators (SLMs) have the advantage of being controlled as a secondary display. It saves money on dedicated control interfaces and simplifies the usage. However, when trying to control an experiment remotely, which is especially needed these days, It adds some complexity when using remote desktop software or ssh. I will detail here how to use a Raspberry Pi to control an SLM and send images from a computer on the same local network. The computer that controls the experiment can now easily be controlled from the comfort of your home.

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Created by sebastien.popoff on 29/04/2021


Wave propagation and control in complex media 2021
From order to disorder

June 28th - June 30th, 2021

Online Workshop

Link: here

Join us virtually! We will talk about wavefront shaping, correlated disorder, scattering, waveguides/fibers, topology in optics, microwave, and acoustics, etc. It is free but registration is required.

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Created by sebastien.popoff on 18/02/2021


Controlling the propagation of light in Multimode Fibers

Maxime Matthès, Ph.D. defense
February 12th 2021

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