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Work E-mail: xbao@uOttawa.ca
Dr. Bao's research includes study of nonlinear effects in fibers for sensing, devices and communications, development of distributed fiber optics sensors for temperature, strain, vibration, sound velocity, birefringence and refractive index, chemical and bio-sensing, static and dynamic monitoring of civil structures, nonlinear scattering and parametric amplifications, study of the dynamic polarization mode dispersion effects in field fibers, as well as polarization mode dispersion and polarization dependent loss, chromatic dispersion and nonlinear effects in communications, making structures in fibers, impairments in fibers.
- Kalosha, V.P., Chen, L., Bao, X. Slow and fast light via SBS in optical fibers for short pulses and broadband pump. Opt. Express 14, No. 26, 12693-12703, 2006
- Kalosha, V.P., Li, W., Feng, W., Chen, L., Bao, X. Frequency-shifted light storage via stimulated Brillouin scattering in optical fibers. Opt. Lett. Vol. 33: 23, 2848-2850, 2008
- Bao, X. Optical fiber sensors based on Brillouin scattering. Optics & Photonics News, 20, No. 9, 40-46, 2009
- Dong, Y., Bao, X., Chen, L. The distributed temperature sensing based on birefringence effect on transient Brillouin grating in a polarization-maintaining photonics crystal fiber. Opt. Lett. 34, 2580-2592, 2009
- Waddy, D., Lu, P., Chen, L., Bao, X. Fast state of polarization changes in aerial fiber under different climatic conditions. IEEE Photonics Technol. Lett. 13, No. 9, 1035-1037, 2001