Bennet

Bennet Fischer

PhD Student

bennet.fischer@emt.inrs.ca

Bennet Fischer  received his Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Engineering Physics and Photonics from the Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS) in 2016 and 2017, respectively. During his studies, he specialized himself in fiber optics and fiber optical sensing. During his Master’s thesis, which was conducted in collaboration with the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique-Centre Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications (INRS-EMT) under the supervision of Prof. Roths (MUAS) and Prof. Ruediger (INRS-EMT), he investigated the structural behavior of fiber Bragg gratings exposed to higher temperatures via Raman spectroscopy. In October 2017, he joined the INRS-EMT as a PhD student under supervision of Prof. Morandotti where he is investigating high-dimensional entanglement in the temporal and frequency domains and their applications.

  1.  B. Bastola, B. Fischer, J. Roths, A. Ruediger, “Qualitative photoluminescence study of defect activation in telecommunication fibers and Bragg gratings in hydrogen-loaded fibers,” Optical Materials 81, 134-139 (2018).
  2. B. Hopf, B. Fischer, M. Lindner, A. W. Koch, J. Roths, “A 3D-FEM model with experimentally determined material parameters of an FBG sensor element in a Panda-type fiber,” IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology 36, 1076-1083 (2018).
  3. B. Bastola, B. Fischer, J. Roths, A. Ruediger, “Raman microstructural investigation of optical fiber at elevated temperature,” Optical Engineering 56, 097104 (2017).
  1. B. Fischer, B. Hopf, M. Lindner, A. W. Koch, J. Roths, “Verification of a three-dimensional FEM model for FBGs in PANDA fibers by transversal load experiments” Proc. SPIE 10323, 25th International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors, 103232B (2017).
  2. B. Bastola, B. Fischer, J. Roths, A. Ruediger, “In-situ Raman investigation of optical fiber glass structural changes at high temperature” Proc. SPIE 10208, Fiber Optic Sensors and Applications XIV, 102080L (2017).