We study nonlinear phenomena in optical fibers and waveguides for a variety of applications including optical communications.
Sept. 2022: Amira Ahsan has defended her Ph.D. thesis entitled “Nonlinear Optical Phenomena in Graded-Index Multimode Fibers.” She is now gainfully employed at ASML Inc., in Wilton CT. We all wish her a fulfilling career.
July 2022: Agrawal spent the month of June as an Invited Professor in the Physics Dept. of the Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS) at Paris, France. While visiting, he worked in the area of chiral materials and gave a seminar on the topic of “Space-time Duality in Optics.”
October 2020: Agrawal received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Hajim School of Engineering at University of Rochester. Follow this link for more details.
August 2020: This is the cover of the third edition of Prof. Agrawal’s book Applications of Nonlinear Fiber optics. The book has been available since September 2020 and can be bought on Amazon using this link. You can also find it at the publisher’s website. The sixth edition of the Nonlinear Fiber optics book is also available at Amazon.
July 2020: This photograph was taken 25 years ago during a Gordon Conference on nonlinear optics (July 1995). Here is a little test for you. Check how many people you can identify. If you can identify more than 20, you are allowed to call yourself an expert in the field of nonlinear optics.
Jan. 2020: Prof. Agrawal Visited Prof. Deepa Ventikesh at IIT Madras in Chennai, India for two weeks in December 2019. This group photo was taken in her laboratory. My PhD student, Amira Ahsan, spent three months in her group on a SPARC funded project.
October 2019: Agrawal received the OSA’s Max Born Award during the award ceremony held on September 16, 2019 at Frontiers in Optics Conference in Washington, DC.
More information is available at the Optical Society (OSA) website.
September 2019:The sixth edition of the Nonlinear Fiber Optics book (see the cover) was published in September 2019.
More information is available at the publisher’s website.
July 2019: Agrawal received EPS’s Quantum Electronics Medal during the award ceremony held on June 25, 2019 at CLEO Europe Conference in Munich, Germany. More information is available at the European Physical Society website.