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Optical vortices establish self-written helical fiber via two photon absorption

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We report on the first demonstration of self-writing helical photo-polymerized fibers, formed by self-trapping effects and orbital angular momentum transfer effects in photo-cure resin, by picosecond optical vortex illumination via two photon absorption. Two photon absorption enables us to extend significantly the helical fiber with a sub-milli-meter length. Such helical fiber will be potentially applied as a waveguide of optical vortex mode.

© 2018 Optical Society of Japan

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