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David Duchesne received his B.Sc. degree in theoretical mathematics and physics from McGill University, Montreal (Quebec, Canada) in 2005. He has since obtained his PhD in 2010 from l’Institut National de Recherche Scientifique – Énergie, Matériaux et Télécommunications (INRS-EMT), Varennes, (Quebec, Canada), in optics and photonics. His thesis was based on the development of integrated novel sources of light using nonlinear optics and he is an expert in waveguide design and characterization. In 2011 he joined the group of Prof. M. Soljacic at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he undertook the clean room fabrication of integrated III-V devices for THz generation using wavelength conversion techniques. He also worked on fundamental theoretical nonlinear optics for innovative quasi-phase matching schemes. As of 2014, he is an independent consultant working for Prof. Roberto Morandotti at the INRS-EMT and is developing state of the art integrated frequency combs for ultrafast, stabilized laser sources. His primary research interests are in quantum optics, nonlinear spectroscopy, and frequency comb synthesis. $$$$$$$$$

 

  

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