Jacques Albert
Jacques Albert
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Carleton University
Verified email at carleton.ca
TitleCited byYear
Bragg gratings fabricated in monomode photosensitive optical fiber by UV exposure through a phase mask
KO Hill, B Malo, F Bilodeau, DC Johnson, J Albert
Applied Physics Letters 62 (10), 1035-1037, 1993
14121993
Tilted fiber Bragg grating sensors
J Albert, LY Shao, C Caucheteur
Laser & Photonics Reviews 7 (1), 83-108, 2013
3692013
An all-fiber dense wavelength-division multiplexer/demultiplexer using photoimprinted Bragg gratings
F Bilodeau, DC Johnson, S Theriault, B Malo, J Albert, KO Hill
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 7 (4), 388-390, 1995
3151995
Chirped in-fiber Bragg gratings for compensation of optical-fiber dispersion
KO Hill, K Takiguchi, F Bilodeau, B Malo, T Kitagawa, S Thériault, ...
Optics letters 19 (17), 1314-1316, 1994
2871994
Review of plasmonic fiber optic biochemical sensors: improving the limit of detection
C Caucheteur, T Guo, J Albert
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 407 (14), 3883-3897, 2015
2762015
Plasmon resonances in gold-coated tilted fiber Bragg gratings
YY Shevchenko, J Albert
Optics letters 32 (3), 211-213, 2007
2332007
Optical fiber refractometer using narrowband cladding-mode resonance shifts
CF Chan, C Chen, A Jafari, A Laronche, DJ Thomson, J Albert
Applied optics 46 (7), 1142-1149, 2007
2282007
Apodised in-fibre Bragg grating reflectors photoimprinted using a phase mask
B Malo, S Theriault, DC Johnson, F Bilodeau, J Albert, KO Hill
Electronics Letters 31 (3), 223-225, 1995
1921995
Photosensitization of optical fiber and silica-on-silicon/silica waveguides
F Bilodeau, Y Hibino, M Abe, B Malo, J Albert, M Kawachi, DC Johnson, ...
Optics letters 18 (12), 953-955, 1993
1831993
Point-by-point fabrication of micro-Bragg gratings in photosensitive fibre using single excimer pulse refractive index modification techniques
B Malo, KO Hill, F Bilodeau, DC Johnson, J Albert
Electronics Letters 29 (18), 1668-1669, 1993
1721993
Apodisation of the spectral response of fibre Bragg gratings using a phase mask with variable diffraction efficiency
J Albert, KO Hill, B Malo, S Theriault, F Bilodeau, DC Johnson, ...
Electronics Letters 31 (3), 222-223, 1995
1541995
Reflective tilted fiber Bragg grating refractometer based on strong cladding to core recoupling
T Guo, HY Tam, PA Krug, J Albert
Optics express 17 (7), 5736-5742, 2009
1482009
Fiber Bragg grating sensors: Recent advancements, industrial applications and market exploitation
A Cusano, A Cutolo, J Albert
Bentham Science Publishers, 2011
1462011
Temperature-independent tilted fiber grating vibration sensor based on cladding-core recoupling
T Guo, A Ivanov, C Chen, J Albert
Optics letters 33 (9), 1004-1006, 2008
1422008
High resolution interrogation of tilted fiber grating SPR sensors from polarization properties measurement
C Caucheteur, Y Shevchenko, LY Shao, M Wuilpart, J Albert
Optics Express 19 (2), 1656-1664, 2011
1362011
Single-excimer-pulse writing of fiber gratings by use of a zero-order nulled phase mask: grating spectral response and visualization of index perturbations
B Malo, DC Johnson, F Bilodeau, J Albert, KO Hill
Optics letters 18 (15), 1277-1279, 1993
1321993
Comparison of one‐photon and two‐photon effects in the photosensitivity of germanium‐doped silica optical fibers exposed to intense ArF excimer laser pulses
J Albert, B Malo, KO Hill, F Bilodeau, DC Johnson, S Theriault
Applied physics letters 67 (24), 3529-3531, 1995
1281995
Tilted fiber grating accelerometer incorporating an abrupt biconical taper for cladding to core recoupling
T Guo, L Shao, HY Tam, PA Krug, J Albert
Optics express 17 (23), 20651-20660, 2009
1242009
Characterization of planar optical waveguides by K+-ion exchange in glass
GL Yip, J Albert
Optics letters 10 (3), 151-153, 1985
1231985
High-return-loss narrowband all-fiber bandpass Bragg transmission filter
F Bilodeau, KO Hill, B Malo, DC Johnson, J Albert
IEEE photonics technology letters 6 (1), 80-82, 1994
1161994
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