Presentation: Multimode Nonlinear Fiber Optics and Novel Phenomena
Theme: C2. Ultrafast and Nonlinear Phenomena
Katarzyna Krupa received her PhD in ‘cotutelle’ between the University of Besançon (France) and the Warsaw University of Technology (Poland) in 2009. Her doctoral thesis was focused on development of new methods for MEMS/MOEMS reliability investigation. In 2010 she joined the XLIM Institute of the University of Limoges (France) as a post-doctoral researcher in nonlinear optics. In 2016 she moved to the Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne (ICB) of the University of Bourgogne, to work on dissipative solitons. In 2018 she spent one-year at the University of Brescia (Italy) as a Marie Curie Fellow conducting research in the area of multimode fiber optics. Currently she continues her work at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw as a group leader in the project dedicated to development of SRS based system for diagnostic of leukemia disease. Her research interests deal with spatiotemporal nonlinear dynamics in optical fibers and crystals, as well as with dynamics of mode-locked fiber lasers. She is co-author of 40 scientific articles in top-ranked international journals and more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed conference proceedings.