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Dr. Robert Stegeman

Dr. Robert Stegeman

Sr. Optical Investigator - LGS Innovations, Inc.

Optical Fiber Communications
http://ofc.creol.ucf.edu/

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Biography

Since graduating from CREOL in 2006 with his Ph.D. in Optics, Robert has gathered extensive experience designing and building prototype lasers, primarily for defense contractors.  Recently, he was the Principal Scientist at NUBURU generating IP and designing lasers using visible laser diodes for single mode operation.  He returned to CREOL in 2017 to pursue research with Dr. Guifang Li on brightness enhancement of laser diodes and few-mode fiber pre-amplifiers, resulting in three patent applications.  He is currently at LGS Innovations performing systems and optical investigator roles on space-qualified free-space optical communications systems, as well as pursuing business development opportunities.  In 2012, he co-authored a nonlinear optics textbook with his father, George.


Recent Publications

2007
C. Rivero, R. Stegeman, K. Richardson, G. Stegeman, G. Turri, M. Bass, P. Thomas, M. Udovic, T. Cardinal, E. Fargin, M. Couzi, H. Jain, A. Miller
"Influence of modifier oxides on the structural and optical properties of binary TeO2 glasses"
Journal of Applied Physics 101, 023526
2005
Robert Stegeman
"Direct nonlinear optics measurements of raman gain in bulk glasses and estimates of fiber performance "
PhD Dissertation, CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics
2003
Stegeman, R.; Jankovic, L.; Kim, H.; Rivero, C.; Stegeman, G.; Richardson, K.; Delfyett, P.; Guo, Y.; Schulte, A.; Cardinal, T.
"Tellurite glasses with peak absolute Raman gain coefficients up to 30 times that of fused silica"
Optics Letters. 28(13) 1126-1128
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Nonlinear & Quantum Optics
Nonlinear Guided Waves & Fibers
Nonlinear Optical Materials
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