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Researcher's Profile

Associate Professor

Sze Yun SET

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E-mail: set.cntp.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Office: Building 3, 3F, Room 313

Tel: 03-5452-5353

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Biography

1993.06
B.Eng(Hons), Electronics Engineering, University of Southampton
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1998.10
Postdotoral Researcher, RCAST, The University of Tokyo (UTokyo)
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1999.01
PhD, University of Southampton, Optoelectronics Research Centre
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2000.10
Research Associate, School of Engineering, UTokyo
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2001.04
Micron Optics Inc., Senior Engineer
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2002.04
R&D General Manager, Alnair Labs Corporation
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2005.04
CEO & CTO, Alnair Labs Corporation
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2016.02
Associate Professor, RCAST, UTokyo

Research Interests

Since the first demonstrations of the carbon-nanotube (CNT) mode-locked lasers in 2003, over the years, it has bloomed into a new field of Nano-Carbon Photonics, using CNT and other nano-carbon materials for various laser and photonics applications.
We are interested in developing new industrial applications using these advanced laser pulsed sources, for examples (1) High-speed, high-sensitivity optical sampling oscilloscope using special long-wavelength femtosecond CNT lasers, for the optical communication industry, and (2) Non-contact, high-precision 3-D profile measurement system, using a high-repetition rate short-cavity CNT laser for the automobile industry, (3) Short pulse seed lasers for the material processing and laser micro-machining industry.
Our recent research interests include:
· Novel highly-reliable laser mode-locking technique.
· Integrated optical functional devices using new optical materials.
· Rare-earth-doped fiber amplifiers and their applications.
· Applications of short pulse lasers in multidisciplinary research.


Keywords

Short pulse lasers, CNT photonics, ultrafast nonlinear optics, 3D laser measurement

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