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Paul Herman Ernst Meijer grad student 1974 Catholic University
 (Metastability in continuum systems.)
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Haus JW, Wang L, Scalora M, et al. (2019) Spatial effects in intrinsic optical bistability. Physical Review. a, General Physics. 38: 4043-4053
Sun S, Haus JW, Agha I, et al. (2019) Photon-assisted Tunneling Applied to Metal-Insulator-Metal Nanorods for High Efficiency Infrared Photodetection and Energy Harvesting Frontiers in Optics
Hussain MMR, Gao Z, Ceglia Dd, et al. (2017) A Second Harmonic Technique to Determine Metal-Induced-Gap-State Density Frontiers in Optics
Hussain MMR, Gao Z, Ceglia Dd, et al. (2017) Observation of Third Harmonic Enhancement Due to Tunneling at a Metal-Insulator-Metal Junction Frontiers in Optics
Mina DG, Haus JW, Chong A, et al. (2017) Bi-tapered fiber sensor using visible to near infrared light Sensors and Actuators a-Physical. 263: 285-290
Wang L, Chong A, Haus JW. (2017) Numerical modeling of mode-locked fiber lasers with a fiber-based saturable-absorber Optics Communications. 383: 386-390
Belardini A, Centini M, Leahu G, et al. (2016) Chiral light intrinsically couples to extrinsic/pseudo-chiral metasurfaces made of tilted gold nanowires. Scientific Reports. 6: 31796
Slagle JE, Haus JW, Guha S, et al. (2016) Degenerate frequency two-beam coupling in organic media via phase modulation with nanosecond pulses Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics. 33: 180-188
Almanee M, Haus J, Armas-Rivera I, et al. (2016) Polarization evolution of vector wave pulses in twisted fibers pumped by single and coupled solitons Frontiers in Optics
Belardini A, Leahu G, Centini M, et al. (2016) Effective chiral behavior on self-assembled tilted gold nanowires metasurface by means of linear and nonlinear optical techniques Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 9894
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