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Coupled-Mode Equations for Stimulated Brillouin Scattering

  • Stimulated Brillouin Scattering (SBS) is a third-order nonlinear optical effect which originates from the interplay of acoustics and optics. Recently, SBS has been harnessed in nano-photonic waveguides for applications such as narrow-linewidth lasers and Brillouin dynamic gratings [1]. Since the timescales of both phenomena differ significantly, coupled-mode equations derived from a slowly varying envelope approximation are well suited for numerical investigations of SBS [2]. We use the Relaxation Method (RM) [3] to study the optical power transfer and spatially resolved power distributions in long waveguides in the steady state limit.

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Author:Philipp Gutsche, Christian Wolff, Sayyed R. Mirnaziry, Christopher G. Poulton
Document Type:Poster
Parent Title (English):CUDOS 14th Annual Workshop 2015 Handbook
Year of first publication:2015
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