Timothy Runcorn
Timothy Runcorn
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Wideband saturable absorption in few-layer molybdenum diselenide (MoSe 2) for Q-switching Yb-, Er-and Tm-doped fiber lasers
RI Woodward, RCT Howe, TH Runcorn, G Hu, F Torrisi, EJR Kelleher, ...
Optics express 23 (15), 20051-20061, 2015
2472015
Characterization of the second-and third-order nonlinear optical susceptibilities of monolayer MoS2 using multiphoton microscopy
RI Woodward, RT Murray, CF Phelan, REP de Oliveira, TH Runcorn, ...
2D Materials 4 (1), 011006, 2016
1002016
Mid-infrared Raman-soliton continuum pumped by a nanotube-mode-locked sub-picosecond Tm-doped MOPFA
M Zhang, EJR Kelleher, TH Runcorn, VM Mashinsky, OI Medvedkov, ...
Optics express 21 (20), 23261-23271, 2013
792013
Q-switched Fiber Laser with MoS2 Saturable Absorber
TH Robert I Woodward, Edmund J Kelleher, Timothy H Runcorn, Sergei V Popov ...
CLEO: Science and Innovations, SM3H.6, 2014
37*2014
Fiber grating compression of giant-chirped nanosecond pulses from an ultra-long nanotube mode-locked fiber laser
RI Woodward, EJR Kelleher, TH Runcorn, S Loranger, D Popa, ...
Optics letters 40 (3), 387-390, 2015
322015
Highly efficient mid-infrared difference-frequency generation using synchronously pulsed fiber lasers
RT Murray, TH Runcorn, EJR Kelleher, JR Taylor
Optics Letters 41 (11), 2446-2449, 2016
212016
Duration-tunable picosecond source at 560 nm with watt-level average power
TH Runcorn, RT Murray, EJR Kelleher, SV Popov, JR Taylor
Optics Letters 40 (13), 3085-3088, 2015
192015
easySLM‐STED: Stimulated emission depletion microscopy with aberration correction, extended field of view and multiple beam scanning
F Görlitz, S Guldbrand, TH Runcorn, RT Murray, AL Jaso‐Tamame, ...
Journal of biophotonics 11 (11), e201800087, 2018
172018
Visible Raman-Shifted Fiber Lasers for Biophotonic Applications
TH Runcorn, FG Görlitz, RT Murray, EJR Kelleher
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 24 (3), 1-8, 2018
172018
High average power parametric wavelength conversion at 3.31–3.48 μm in MgO: PPLN
RT Murray, TH Runcorn, S Guha, JR Taylor
Optics Express 25 (6), 6421-6430, 2017
172017
Fiber-integrated frequency-doubling of a picosecond Raman laser to 560 nm
TH Runcorn, T Legg, RT Murray, EJR Kelleher, SV Popov, JR Taylor
Optics Express 23 (12), 15728-15733, 2015
162015
Highly efficient nanosecond 560 nm source by SHG of a combined Yb-Raman fiber amplifier
TH Runcorn, RT Murray, JR Taylor
Optics Express 26 (4), 4440-4447, 2018
112018
Fiber-integrated 780 nm source for visible parametric generation
DJJ Hu, RT Murray, T Legg, TH Runcorn, M Zhang, RI Woodward, JL Lim, ...
Optics express 22 (24), 29726-29732, 2014
92014
High Average Power Second-Harmonic Generation of a CW Erbium Fiber MOPA
TH Runcorn, RT Murray, JR Taylor
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 29 (18), 1576-1579, 2017
82017
Watt-level Nanosecond 589 nm Source by SHG of a Cascaded Raman Amplifier
T Runcorn, RT Murray, EJ Kelleher, JR Taylor
Advanced Solid State Lasers, ATh1A. 3, 2016
62016
Nanosecond pulsed 620 nm source by frequency-doubling a phosphosilicate Raman fiber amplifier
AM Chandran, TH Runcorn, RT Murray, JR Taylor
Optics Letters 44 (24), 6025-6028, 2019
42019
Synchronously coupled fiber lasers and sum frequency generation using graphene composites
M ZHANG, EJ Kelleher, TH Runcorn, D Popa, F Torrisi, AC Ferrari, ...
CLEO: Science and Innovations, STu1I. 2, 2014
42014
Nanotube mode-locked, low repetition rate pulse source for fiber-based supercontinuum generation at low average pump power
JRT R. I. Woodward, E. J. R. Kelleher, T. H. Runcorn, D. Popa, T. Hasan, A ...
CLEO: Science and Innovations, STh3N.8, 2014
42014
Mid-Infrared Difference Frequency-Generation with Synchronized Fiber Lasers
RT Murray, T Runcorn, EJ Kelleher, S Guha, JR Taylor
Advanced Solid State Lasers, AW1A. 3, 2016
22016
Microjoule Nanosecond 560 nm Source by SHG of a Combined Yb-Raman Fiber Amplifier
T Runcorn, RT Murray, JR Taylor
Advanced Solid State Lasers, ATu1A. 7, 2017
12017
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