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Extreme events in mid-infrared quantum cascade lasers : from randomness to advanced controllability

Abstract : We experimentally generate rogue waves in a mid-infrared quantum cascade laser with external optical feedback. These giant pulses become controllable when adding a low-amplitude periodic perturbation. This paves the way for applications where mid-infrared bursts can be of prime importance such as optical neuromorphic clusters and countermeasure systems.
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O Spitz, A Herdt, J Wu, M Carras, C Wong, et al.. Extreme events in mid-infrared quantum cascade lasers : from randomness to advanced controllability. International Symposium on Physics and Applications of Laser Dynamics, Nov 2019, Metz, France. ⟨hal-02950394⟩

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