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Bartłomiej graduated from Warsaw University of Technology (Poland) in 2012 with an MSc (mgr inz.) degree in Mechatronics – Photonics Engineering and from University of Warsaw (Poland) in 2016 with a PhD degree in Physics – Wave optics. His PhD research involved analysis of stability and width of supercontinuum generation in all-solid photonic crystal fibres with all-normal dispersion. Bartłomiej gained technological experience while working in the Department of Glass on photonic crystal fibres fabrication and characterization at Institute of Electronic Materials Technology in Warsaw, Poland, from 2012 to 2018. In January 2018 Bartłomiej joined the High Power Laser Applications group at Heriot-Watt University as a Research Associate.
Bartłomiej’s research interests are focused on technology of fabrication of various types of optical fibres, optical fibres linear and nonlinear properties and pulse propagation dynamics in microstructured fibres. His interests also involve high-power laser beam delivery and laser micro-machining of micro devices for medical applications. In the years 2018÷2019 he participated in the research project “Hollow antiresonant optical fibres for visible and ultra-violet laser beam delivery”, while from year 2019 he participates in the research project “3D printing of micro-scale graded shape memory components for in-vivo actuated medical devices.”
- QC Physics
- Optical fibres
- High-power lasers
- Nonlinear optics
Impact of nonlinear effects on transmission losses of hollow-core anti-resonant negative-curvature optical fiberWu, S., Siwicki, B., Carter, R., Biancalana, F., Shephard, J. D. & Hand, D. P., 1 Jun 2020, In : Applied Optics. 59, 16, p. 4988-4996 9 p.
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