Graham D. Marshall
Graham D. Marshall
Senior Research Fellow, Quantum Engineering Technology Laboratories, University of Bristol, UK
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Universal linear optics
J Carolan, C Harrold, C Sparrow, E Martín-López, NJ Russell, ...
Science 349 (6249), 711-716, 2015
5152015
On-chip quantum interference between silicon photon-pair sources
JW Silverstone, D Bonneau, K Ohira, N Suzuki, H Yoshida, N Iizuka, ...
Nature Photonics 8 (2), 104, 2014
3722014
Slit beam shaping method for femtosecond laser direct-write fabrication of symmetric waveguides in bulk glasses
M Ams, GD Marshall, DJ Spence, MJ Withford
Optics express 13 (15), 5676-5681, 2005
2972005
Laser written waveguide photonic quantum circuits
GD Marshall, A Politi, JCF Matthews, P Dekker, M Ams, MJ Withford, ...
Opt. Express 17 (15), 12546-12554, 2009
2802009
Direct laser written waveguide-Bragg gratings in bulk fused silica
GD Marshall, M Ams, MJ Withford
Optics Letters 31 (18), 2690-2691, 2006
1892006
Two-photon quantum walks in an elliptical direct-write waveguide array
JO Owens, MA Broome, DN Biggerstaff, ME Goggin, A Fedrizzi, ...
New Journal of Physics 13 (7), 075003, 2011
1602011
Ultrafast laser written active devices
M Ams, GD Marshall, P Dekker, JA Piper, MJ Withford
Laser & Photonics Reviews 3 (6), 535-544, 2009
1592009
Point-by-point written fiber-Bragg gratings and their application in complex grating designs
GD Marshall, RJ Williams, N Jovanovic, MJ Steel, MJ Withford
Optics express 18 (19), 19844-19859, 2010
1482010
Slow-light enhanced correlated photon pair generation in a silicon photonic crystal waveguide
C Xiong, C Monat, AS Clark, C Grillet, GD Marshall, MJ Steel, J Li, ...
Optics letters 36 (17), 3413-3415, 2011
1392011
Investigation of ultrafast laser--photonic material interactions: challenges for directly written glass photonics
M Ams, GD Marshall, P Dekker, M Dubov, VK Mezentsev, I Bennion, ...
IEEE journal of selected topics in quantum electronics 14 (5), 1370-1381, 2008
1332008
Directly written monolithic waveguide laser incorporating a distributed feedback waveguide-Bragg grating
GD Marshall, P Dekker, M Ams, JA Piper, MJ Withford
Optics Letters 33 (9), 956-958, 2008
1112008
Large-scale silicon quantum photonics implementing arbitrary two-qubit processing
X Qiang, X Zhou, J Wang, CM Wilkes, T Loke, S O’Gara, L Kling, ...
Nature photonics 12 (9), 534-539, 2018
1022018
Monolithic 100 mW Yb waveguide laser fabricated using the femtosecond-laser direct-write technique
M Ams, P Dekker, GD Marshall, MJ Withford
Optics letters 34 (3), 247-249, 2009
962009
Study of the influence of femtosecond laser polarisation on direct writing of waveguides
M Ams, GD Marshall, MJ Withford
Optics Express 14 (26), 13158-13163, 2006
952006
Narrow linewidth, 100 W cw Yb3+-doped silica fiber laser with a point-by-point Bragg grating inscribed directly into the active core
N Jovanovic, M Ĺslund, A Fuerbach, SD Jackson, GD Marshall, ...
Optics letters 32 (19), 2804-2806, 2007
912007
Cladding mode coupling in highly localized fiber Bragg gratings: modal properties and transmission spectra
J Thomas, N Jovanovic, RG Becker, GD Marshall, MJ Withford, ...
Optics express 19 (1), 325-341, 2011
852011
Generation of correlated photon pairs in a chalcogenide As2S3 waveguide
C Xiong, GD Marshall, A Peruzzo, M Lobino, AS Clark, DY Choi, ...
Applied Physics Letters 98 (5), 051101-051101-3, 2011
842011
Femtosecond laser writing Bragg gratings in pure silica photonic crystal fibres
LB Fu, GD Marshall, JA Bolger, P Steinvurzel, EC Magi, MJ Withford, ...
Electronics Letters 41 (11), 638-640, 2005
822005
Transverse coupling to the core of a photonic crystal fiber: the photo-inscription of gratings
GD Marshall, DJ Kan, AA Asatryan, LC Botten, MJ Withford
Optics express 15 (12), 7876-7887, 2007
752007
Femtosecond laser modification of fused silica: the effect of writing polarization on Si-O ring structure
DJ Little, M Ams, P Dekker, GD Marshall, JM Dawes, MJ Withford
Optics express 16 (24), 20029-20037, 2008
712008
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