TTU Physics: Faculty
Luis Grave de PeraltaAssociate Professor of Physics
Office Phone: (806) 742-3773
Office: 16 Science Building
Ph. D. Electrical Engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, USA (2000)
M.S. Physics, Oriente University, Cuba (1982)
My primary research interests concentrate on FOURIER and ULTRAFAST OPTICS, PHOTONIC CRYSTALS and PLASMONICS. This includes the theoretical description and the experimental characterization of the temporal and spectral response of advanced planar lightwave circuits, photonic crystals, and plasmonic waveguides. In addition, I am interested in the fundaments of Quantum Mechanics (Quantum Optics), in particular, in the study of interference with non-overlapping ultrafast pulses using extreme arrayed waveguide grating spectrometers and direct space-to-time pulse shapers.
"Ultra fast response of arrayed waveguide gratings," L. Grave de Peralta, A.A. Bernussi and H. Temkin, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 43, 473 (2007).
"Generation of Arbitrary Sequences of Ultrafast Pulses With Integrated-Optic Space-to-Time Optical Processors And Phase-Only Masks ,"A. Krishnan, L. Grave de Peralta, V. Kuryatkov, A. A. Bernussi, and H.Temkin, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 19, 194 (2007).
"Reconfigurable Direct Space-to-Time Pulse-Shaper Based on Arrayed Waveguide Grating Multiplexers and Digital Micromirrors," A. Krishnan, M. Knapczyk, L. Grave de Peralta, A. A. Bernussi, and H. Temkin, IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology 17, 1959, (2005).
"Temperature insensitive reflective arrayed waveguide grating multiplexers," L. Grave de Peralta, A. A. Bernussi, V. Gorbounov, and H. Temkin, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 16, 831, (2004).