PUBLICATIONS

 

91.    V. Grubsky and J. Feinberg, “Fabrication of Axially-Symmetric Long-Period Gratings with a Carbon Dioxide Laser,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 18, pp. 2296-2298 (2006).

 

90.    V. Grubsky and J. Feinberg, "Rewritable densification gratings in boron-doped fibers," Opt. Lett. 30, 1279-1281 (2005).

89.    Y.W. Song, S.A. Havstad, D. Starodubov, Y. Xie, A.E. Willner, J. Feinberg, "40-nm-wide Tunable Fiber Ring Laser with Single-Mode Operation Using A Highly Stretchable FBG," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 13, pp. 1167-1169 (2001).

88.    Y.W. Song, Z. Pan, D. Starodubov, V. Grubsky, E. Salik, S.A. Havstad, Y. Xie, A. E. Willner, and J. Feinberg, "All-Fiber WDM Optical Crossconnect using Ultrastrong Widely-Tunable FBGs," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 13, pp. 1103-1105 (2001).

87.    Y. Xie, Z. Pan, A.E. Willner, E. Salik, V. Grubsky, D. Starodubov, and J. Feinberg, "Spectrally-Efficient L-C Band EDFA Having a Seamless Inter-Band Channel Region Using Sampled FBGs" IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 13, pp. 436-438 (2001).

86.    E. Salik, D. S. Starodubov, J. Feinberg, “Increase of photosensitivity in Ge-doped fibers under strain,” Optics Letters, vol. 25, pp. 1147-1149 (2000).

85.    Y. Xie, S. Lee, Z. Pan, J.X. Cai, A.E. Willner, V. Grubsky, D.S. Starodubov, E. Salik, and J. Feinberg, "Tunable Compensation of the Dispersion Slope Mismatch in Dispersion-Managed Systems using a Sampled Nonlinearly-Chirped FBG," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 12, pp. 1417–1419 (2000).

84.    V. Grubsky and J. Feinberg “Long-period fiber gratings with variable coupling for real-time sensing applications,” Optics Letters 25 pp. 203-205 (2000).

83.    M.C. Cardakli, S. Lee, A.E. Willner, V. Grubsky, D. Starodubov, and J. Feinberg, "Reconfigurable All-Optical Packet Header Recognition and Routing using Time-to-Wavelength Mapping and Tunable Fiber Bragg Gratings for Correlation Decoding," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 12, pp. 552-554 (2000).

82.    S. Lee, R. Khosravani, J. Peng, V. Grubsky, D.S. Starodubov, A.E. Willner, and J. Feinberg, "Adjustable Compensation of Polarization Mode Dispersion Using a High-Birefringence, Nonlinearly-Chirped Fiber Bragg Grating," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 11, pp. 1277-1279 (1999).

81.    J.-X. Cai, K.-M. Feng, A.E. Willner, V. Grubsky, D.S. Starodubov, and J. Feinberg, "Simultaneous Tunable Dispersion Compensation of Many WDM Channels Using a Sampled Nonlinearly-Chirped Fiber-Bragg-Grating," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 11, pp. 1455-1457, (1999).

80.    X. Jiang, M. Cardakli, K.M. Feng, J.X. Cai, A.E. Willner, V. Grubsky, D.S. Starodubov, and J. Feinberg, "Control Monitoring of Routing Bits and Data Packets in WDM Networks Using Wavelength-to-Time Mapping," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 11, pp. 1186-1188, (1999).

 

79.    “Ultrastrong fiber gratings and their applications,” D. S. Starodubov, V. Grubsky, and J. Feinberg, Proceeding of the SPIE Proceedings Vol 3848, 178-185 (1999).

 

78.    “Picosecond pulse generation at two wavelengths by simultaneous active mode locking in an Er-doped fiber laser with wide-bandwidth (>1 nm) nonchirped fiber Bragg gratings,” O. Deparis, R. Kiyan, E. Salik, D. S. Staodubov, J. Feinberg, O. Pottiez, P. Megret, and M. Blondel, SPIE Proceedings, Vol 3847, 16-22 (1999).

 

77.    “Photochemical reaction of hydrogen with germanosilicate glass initiated by 3.4 – 5.4 eV ultraviolet light,” V. Grubsky, D. S. Starodubov, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 24, 729-731 (1999).

 

76.    “Dynamic dispersion compensation in a 10-Gb/s optical system using a novel voltage tuned nonlinearly chirped fiber Bragg grating,” K.-M. Feng, J.-X. Cai, V. Grubsky, D. W. Starodubov, M. I. Hayee, S. Lee, X. Jiang, A. E. Willner, and J. Feinberg, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 11, 373-375 (1999).

 

75.    “Fabrication of long-period fiber gratings with no harmonics,” V. Grubsky, A. Skorucak, D. S. Starodubov, and J. Feinberg, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 11, 87-89, (1999).

 

74.    “One-dimensional photonic crystals for CDMA,” Shamino Wang, H. Erlig, H. Fetterman, V. Grubsky, and J. Feinberg, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3228, 407-416 (1998).

 

73.    “Group velocity dispersion cancellation and additive group delays by cascaded fiber Bragg gratings in transmission,” S. Wang, H. Erlig, H. Fetterman, E. Yablonovich, V. Grubsky, D. S. Starodubov, J. Feinberg, IEEE Microwave and Guided Wave Letters 8, 327-329 (1998).

 

72.    “All-fiber bandpass filter with adjustable transmission using cladding mode coupling,” D. S. Starodubov, V. Grubsky, and J. Feinberg, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 10, 1590-1592 (1998).

 

71.    “Measurement of the spectral reflectivity of a self-pumped phase conjugator,” D. Noraev, P. Lambelet, J. Feinberg, J. of the Optical Society of America-B 15, 2376-2382 (1998).

 

70.    “Ballistic light imaging with temporal holography: Using causality to see through a scattering medium,” J. Feinberg and A. Rebane, in Imaging Brain Structure and Function edited by Lester, Felder and Lewis, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 82, 272-285 (1997).

 

69.    “Powerful, diffraction-limited semiconductor laser using photorefractive beam coupling,” S. MacCormack. G. D. Bacher, J. Feinberg, S. O’Brien, R. J. Lang, M. B. Klein, B. A. Wechsler, Optics Letters 22, 1-3 (1997).

 

68.    “Efficient bragg grating fabrication in a fiber through its polymer jacket using near-uv light,” D. S. Starodubov, V. Grubsky, and J. Feinberg, Electronics Letters 33, 1331-1333 (1997).

 

67.    “Bragg grating fabrication in germanosilicate fibers using near-UV light: a new pathway for refractive index changes,” D. S. Starodubov, V. Grubsky, J. Feinberg, B. Kobrin and S. Juma, Optics Letters 22, 1086-1088 (1997).

 

66.    “Phase of second-harmonic light self-generated in a glass fiber,” P Lambelet and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 21, 925-928 (1996).

 

65.    “Anisotropy of the hole drift mobility in barium titanate,” D. Mahgerefteh, D. Kirillov, R. S. Cudney, G. D. Bacher, R. M. Pierce, and J. Feinberg, Physical Review B-53 7094-7098 (1996).

 

64.    “Mapping of 180° domains hidden in a BaTiO3 crystal,” V. Grubsky, S. MacCormack, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 21, 6-8 (1996).

 

63.    “Eminent Domains,” MacCormack and Feinberg, in Science 270, (1995).

 

62.    “Revealing 180° domains in ferroelectric crystals by photorefractive beam coupling,” S. MacCormack and J. Feinberg, Applied Optics 35, 5961 - 5963 (1996).

 

61.    “Measurement of the phase of second-harmonic generation in SK5 glass,” V. Dominic, P. Lambelet, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 20, 444-446 (1995).

 

60.    “Effect of beam coherence on mutually pumped phase conjugators,” S. C. de la Cruz, S. MacCormack, J. Feinberg, Q. B. He, H. K. Liu, and P. Yeh, J. Optical Society of America-B 12 ,1363-1369 (1995).

 

59.    “High-resolution map of the dc electric field in second-harmonic-generating glass,” V. Dominic and J. Feinberg, J. of the Optical Society of America-B11, 2016-2022 (1994).

 

58.    “Injection locking a laser-diode array with a phase-conjugate beam,” S. MacCormack, J. Feinberg, and M. H. Garrett, Optics Letters 19, 120-122 (1994).

 

57.    “Light-induced second-harmonic generation in glass via multiphoton ionization,” V. Dominic and J. Feinberg, Physical Review Letters 71, 3446-3449 (1993).

 

56.    “Limitations on peak pulse power, pulse width, and coding mask misalignment in a fiber-optic code-division multiple access system,” X. S. Yao, J. Feinberg, R. Logan, and L. Maleki, Journal of Lightwave Technology 11, 836-846 (1993)..

 

55.    “Spatial shape of the dc electric field produced by intense light in glass,” V. Dominic and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 18, 784-786 (1993).

 

54.    “Temporal shaping of optical pulses using beam coupling in a photorefractive crystal,” X. S. Yao and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 18, 622-624 (1993).

 

53.    “High-brightness output from a laser-diode array coupled to a phase-conjugating mirror,” S. MacCormack and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 18, 211-213 (1993).

 

52.    “Photorefractive pulse coupling in the frequency domain,” X. S. Yao and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 18, 104-106 (1993).

 

51.    “Simple in-line method to measure the dispersion of an optical system,” X. S. Yao and J. Feinberg, Applied Physics Letters 62, 811-813 (1993).

 

50.    “Growth rate of second-harmonic generation in glass,” V. Dominic and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 17, 1761-1763 (1992).

 

49.    “Intensity dependence of the photogalvanic effect in barium titanate,” R. S. Cudney, R. M. Pierce, G. D. Bacher, D. Mahgerefteh, and J. Feinberg, Journal of the Optical Society of America-B 9, 1704-1713 (1992).

 

48.    “Measurement of the photorefractive phase shift,” R. S. Cudney, G. D. Bacher, R. M. Pierce, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 17, 67-69 (1992).

 

47.    “Self-bending of light beams in photorefractive phase conjugators,” V. V. Eliseev, A. A. Zozulya, G. D. Bacher, and J. Feinberg, Journal of the Optical Society of America-B 9, 398-404 (1992).

 

46.    “Fixable complementary gratings in photorefractive BaTiO3,” D. Kirillov and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 16, 1520-1522 (1991).

 

45.    “Time-Resolved Holography,” A. Rebane and J. Feinberg, Nature 351, 378-380 (1991).

 

44.    “Absorption gratings in photorefractive crystals having multiple levels,” R. S. Cudney, R. M. Pierce, G. D. Bacher, and J. Feinberg, Journal of the Optical Society of America-B 8, 1326-1332 (1991).

 

43.    “Explanation of the apparent sublinear photoconductivity of photorefractive barium titanate,” D. Mahgerefteh and J. Feinberg, Physical Review Letters 64, 2195-2198 (1990).

 

42.    “Mutually-pumped phase conjugation in photorefractive strontium barium niobate:  theory and experiment,” M. D. Ewbank, R. A. Vazquez and R. R. Neurgaonkar, and J. Feinberg, Journal of the Optical Society of America-B 7, 2306-2316 (1990).

 

41.    “Measuring photorefractive trap density without the electrooptic effect,” R. M. Pierce, R. S. Cudney, G. D. Bacher, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 15, 414-416 (1990).

 

40.    “Theory of beam coupling and pulse shaping of short optical pulses in a photorefractive crystal,” X. S. Yao, V. Dominic, and J. Feinberg, Journal of the Optical Society of America-B 7, 2347-2355, (1990).

 

39.    “Real-Time Measurement of the Coherence Length of a Modelocked Laser,” V. Dominic, X. S. Yao, R. M. Pierce, and J. Feinberg, Applied Physics Letters, 56, 521 (1990).

 

38.    “The Photorefractive Effect,” D. M. Pepper, J. Feinberg, and N. V. Kukhtarev, Scientific American, October (1990).

 

37.    “Optical Novelty Filters,” D. Z. Anderson and J. Feinberg, IEEE J. of Quantum Electronics 25, 635-647 (1989).

 

36.    “Photorefractive Speed and Coasting at High Optical Power in Barium Titanate,” D. Mahgerefteh and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters, 13, 1111 (1988).

 

35.    “Photorefractive Nonlinear Optics,” J. Feinberg, October, 1988 issue of Physics Today (also the cover).

 

34.    “Phase-conjugate mirrors and resonators with photorefractive materials,” J. Feinberg and K. R. MacDonald, Chapter 5 of Photorefractive Materials and Applications, Topics in Applied Physics volume 62, Springer-Verlag, 1989. (This article is about 50 pages...)

 

33.    “The Transient Detection Microscope,” R. S. Cudney, R. M. Pierce, and Jack Feinberg, Nature 332, 424 (1988) (cover story of Nature).

 

32.    “Stimulated photorefractive scattering and optical phase conjugation,” J. Feinberg, Laser Optics of Condensed Matter, Edited by Birman, Cummins, and Kaplyanskii, pp.399-409 (Plenum Press, 1988).

 

31.    “Optical Tracking Novelty Filter,” D. Z. Anderson, D. M. Lininger, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 12, 123-125 (1987).

 

30.    “Electrooptic and piezoelectric measurements in barium titanate and strontium-barium niobate,” S. Ducharme and J. Feinberg, IEEE J. of Quantum Electronics, QE-23, 2116 (1987).

 

29.    “Photorefractive properties of Strontium-Barium Niobate,” M. D. Ewbank, R. R. Neurgaonkar, W. K. Cory, and J. Feinberg, Journal of Applied Physics, 62, 374 (1987).

 

28.    “Dancing modes & frequency shifts in a phase conjugator,” Optics J. P. Jiang and J. Feinberg, Letters, 12, 266 (1987).

 

27.    “Photorefractive Conical Diffraction in BaTiO3,” M. D. Ewbank, P. Yeh, and J. Feinberg, Optics Communications 59, 423 (1986).

 

26.    “Phase-Locking Lasers with Phase Conjugation,” J. Feinberg and G. D. Bacher, Applied Physics Letters, 48, 570 (1986).

 

25.    “Altering the Photorefractive Properties of BaTiO3 by Reduction and Oxidation at 650°C,” S. P. Ducharme and J. Feinberg, J. of Optical Society of America-B, 3, 283 (1986).

 

24.    “Enhanced four-wave mixing using frequency-shifted optical waves in photorefractive BaTiO3,” K. R. MacDonald and J. Feinberg, Physical Review Letters 55, 821 (1985).

 

23.    “Time-reversal by an interferometer with coupled phase-conjugate mirrors,” M. D. Ewbank, P. Yeh, M. Khoshnevisan, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 10, 282 (1985).

 

22.    “Applications of Real-Time Holography,” J. Feinberg, SPIE Critical Review of Technology 532, 119 (1985).

 

21.    “Self-scanning of a continuous wave dye laser having a phase conjugating resonator cavity,” J. Feinberg and G. D. Bacher, Optics Letters 9, 420 (1984).

 

20.    “Wavelength response, feedback, and interference effects of self-pumped phase conjugation in BaTiO3,” F. C. Jahoda, P. G. Weber, and J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 9, 362 (1984).

 

19.    “Speed of the Photorefractive Effect in a BaTiO3 Single Crystal,” S. P. Ducharme and J. Feinberg, Journal of Applied Physics 56, 839 (1984).

 

18.    “Asymmetric Transmission through a Photorefractive Crystal of Barium Titanate,” K. R. MacDonald, J. Feinberg, Ming Zheng Zha, and P. Gunter, Optics Communications 50, 146 (1984).

 

17.    “Interferometer Having a Self-Pumped Phase-Conjugating Mirror,” J. Feinberg, Optics Communications 50, 146 (1984).

 

16.    Interferometer with a self-pumped phase-conjugating mirror,” J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 8,  569 (1983).

 

15.    “Optical Image Processing Using Four-Wave Mixing in Photorefractive Materials,” J. Feinberg, Advances in Optical Information Processing, SPIE Proceedings 338, 106 (1983).

 

14.    “Continuous-Wave Self-Pumped Phase Conjugator with a Wide Field of View,” J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 8, 480 (1983).

 

13.    “Optical Phase Conjugation in Photorefractive Materials,” J. Feinberg, Chapter 11 of Optical Phase Conjugation, R. Fisher, Editor, Academic Press, 1983.

 

12.    “Theory of a Self-Pumped Phase-Conjugator with Two Coupled Interaction Regions,” K. R. MacDonald and J. Feinberg, Journal of the Optical Society of America, 73, 548 (1983).

 

11.    “Imaging Through a Distorting Medium With and Without Phase Conjugation,” J. Feinberg, Applied Physics Letters 42, 30 (1983).

 

10.    “Self-Pumped, Continuous-Wave, Phase-Conjugation using Internal Reflection in BaTiO3,” J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 7, 486 (1982).

 

 9.     “Asymmetric Self-Defocusing of an Optical Beam from the Photorefractive Effect,” J. Feinberg, Journal of the Optical Society of America, 72, 46 (1982).

 

8.    “Photorefractive-Index Gratings formed by Nanosecond Optical Pulses in BaTiO3,” L. K. Lam, T. Y. Chang, J. Feinberg and R. W. Hellwarth, Optics Letters 6, 475 (1981).

 

7.    “Phase-Conjugating Mirror with Continuous-Wave Gain,” J. Feinberg and R. W. Hellwarth, Optics Letters 5, 519 (1980); 6, 257 (1981).

 

6.    “Real-Time Edge Enhancement using the Photorefractive Effect,” J. Feinberg, Optics Letters 5, 330 (1980).

 

5.    “Photorefractive Effects and Light-Induced Charge Migration in Barium Titanate,” J. Feinberg, D. Heiman, A. R. Tanguay, Jr., and R. W. Hellwarth, J. Applied Physics 51, 1297 (1980); 52, 537 (1981).

 

4.    “Spatial-Diffusion Measurements in Impurity-Doped Solids by Degenerate Four-Wave Mixing,” D. S. Hamilton, D. Heiman, J. Feinberg, and R. W. Hellwarth, Optics Letters 4, 124 (1979).

 

3.    “Lifetime Measurement in the a System (C3D3-X3D3) of TiO,” J. Feinberg and Sumner P. Davis, Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 69, 445 (1978).

 

2.    “Lifetime Measurement in the b System (c1f-a1D) of TiO,” J. Feinberg and Sumner P. Davis, Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, 65, 264 (1977).

 

1.    “Lifetime of the c1f State of TiO,” J. Feinberg, M. G. Bilal, Sumner P. Davis, and John G. Phillips, Astrophysical Letters 17, 147 (1976).