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M.Sc. Philipp Trocha

Room: B30.10 R2.32.2
Phone: +49 721 608-42480
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Journal Articles (5)

  • Marin-Palomo, P.; Kemal, J. N.; Trocha, P.; Wolf, S.; Merghem, K.; Lelarge, F.; Ramdane, A.; Freude, W.; Randel, S.; Koos, C.
    Comb-based WDM transmission at 10 Tbit/s using a DC-driven quantum-dash mode-locked laser diode
    Opt. Express 27, 31110--31129 (2019) [DOI]

  • Kemal, J. N.; Marin-Palomo, P.; Panapakkam, V.; Trocha, P.; Wolf, S.; Merghem, K.; Lelarge, F.; Ramdane, A.; Randel, S.; Freude, W.; Koos, C.
    Coherent WDM transmission using quantum-dash mode-locked laser diodes as multi-wavelength source and local oscillator
    Opt. Express 27, 31164--31175 (2019) [DOI]

  • Gartner, J.; Trocha, P.; Mandel, R.; Koos, C.; Jahnke, T.; Reichel, W.
    Bandwidth and conversion efficiency analysis of dissipative Kerr soliton frequency combs based on bifurcation theory
    Phys. Rev. A 100, 033819 (2019) [DOI]

  • Trocha, P.; Karpov, M.; Ganin, D.; Pfeiffer, M. H. P.; Kordts, A.; Wolf, S.; Krockenberger, J.; Marin-Palomo, P.; Weimann, C.; Randel, S.; Freude, W.; Kippenberg, T. J.; Koos, C.
    Ultrafast optical ranging using microresonator soliton frequency combs
    Science 359, 887--891 (2018) [DOI]

  • Marin-Palomo, P.; Kemal, J. N.; Karpov, M.; Kordts, A.; Pfeifle, J.; Pfeiffer, M.; Trocha, P.; Wolf, S.; Brasch, V.; Anderson, M. H.; Rosenberger, R.; Vijayan, K.; Freude, W.; Kippenberg, T. J.; Koos, C.
    Microresonator-based solitons for massively parallel coherent optical communications
    Nature 546, 274–279 (2017) [DOI]

Curriculum Vitae – Philipp Trocha


  • 2015: M.Sc., Universität Konstanz, Fachbereich Physik
  • 2011: B.Sc., Universität Konstanz, Fachbereich Physik

Position: Research Assistant

With the Insitute since: August 2015

Present Research Interests: Soliton Kerr frequency combs