Riccardo Pennetta
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THz Quartz-enhanced photoacoustic sensor for H2S trace gas detection
V Spagnolo, P Patimisco, R Pennetta, A Sampaolo, G Scamarcio, ...
Optics Express 23 (6), 7574-7582, 2015
Self-alignment of glass fiber nanospike by optomechanical back-action in hollow-core photonic crystal fiber
S Xie, R Pennetta, PSJ Russell
Optica 3 (3), 277-282, 2016
Flying particle microlaser and temperature sensor in hollow-core photonic crystal fiber
R Zeltner, R Pennetta, S Xie, PSJ Russell
Optics letters 43 (7), 1479-1482, 2018
Collective radiative dynamics of an ensemble of cold atoms coupled to an optical waveguide
R Pennetta, M Blaha, A Johnson, D Lechner, P Schneeweiss, J Volz, ...
Physical Review Letters 128 (7), 073601, 2022
Fabrication and non-destructive characterization of tapered single-ring hollow-core photonic crystal fiber
R Pennetta, MT Enders, MH Frosz, F Tani, PSJ Russell
APL Photonics 4 (5), 2019
Observation of coherent coupling between super-and subradiant states of an ensemble of cold atoms collectively coupled to a single propagating optical mode
R Pennetta, D Lechner, M Blaha, A Rauschenbeutel, P Schneeweiss, ...
Physical Review Letters 128 (20), 203601, 2022
Broadband, lensless, and optomechanically stabilized coupling into microfluidic hollow-core photonic crystal fiber using glass nanospike
R Zeltner, S Xie, R Pennetta, PSJ Russell
ACS Photonics 4 (2), 378-383, 2017
Fresnel-reflection-free self-aligning nanospike interface between a step-index fiber and a hollow-core photonic-crystal-fiber gas cell
R Pennetta, S Xie, F Lenahan, M Mridha, D Novoa, PSJ Russell
Physical Review Applied 8 (1), 014014, 2017
Tapered Glass-Fiber Microspike: High- Flexural Wave Resonator and Optically Driven Knudsen Pump
R Pennetta, S Xie, PSJ Russell
Physical Review Letters 117 (27), 273901, 2016
Dispersion tuning in sub-micron tapers for third-harmonic and photon triplet generation
J Hammer, A Cavanna, R Pennetta, MV Chekhova, PSJ Russell, NY Joly
Optics Letters 43 (10), 2320-2323, 2018
Broadly tunable photon-pair generation in a suspended-core fiber
J Hammer, MV Chekhova, DR Häupl, R Pennetta, NY Joly
Physical Review Research 2 (1), 012079, 2020
Non-invasive real-time characterization of hollow-core photonic crystal fibers using whispering gallery mode spectroscopy
MH Frosz, R Pennetta, MT Enders, G Ahmed, PSJ Russell
Optics Express 27 (21), 30842-30851, 2019
Optomechanical cooling and self-stabilization of a waveguide coupled to a whispering-gallery-mode resonator
R Pennetta, S Xie, R Zeltner, J Hammer, PSJ Russell
Photonics Research 8 (6), 844-851, 2020
Light-matter interaction at the transition between cavity and waveguide QED
D Lechner, R Pennetta, M Blaha, P Schneeweiss, A Rauschenbeutel, ...
Physical Review Letters 131 (10), 103603, 2023
Optically addressable array of optomechanically compliant glass nanospikes on the endface of a soft-glass photonic crystal fiber
Z Wang, S Xie, X Jiang, F Babic, J Huang, R Pennetta, JR Koehler, ...
ACS Photonics 6 (11), 2942-2948, 2019
New approaches in quartz-enhanced photoacoustic sensing
A Sampaolo, P Patimisco, R Pennetta, G Scamarcio, FK Tittel, V Spagnolo
Quantum Sensing and Nanophotonic Devices XII 9370, 177-183, 2015
Sustained self-starting orbital motion of a glass-fiber “nanoengine” driven by photophoretic forces
S Xie, R Pennetta, Z Wang, PSJ Russell
ACS Photonics 6 (12), 3315-3320, 2019
Optomechanically coupled glass nanospike array on the endface of a multicore fiber
Z Wang, S Xie, X Jiang, R Pennetta, JR Koehler, PSJ Russell
2018 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), 1-2, 2018
Optomechanical cooling of a glass-fibre nanospike evanescently coupled to a whispering-gallery-mode bottle resonator
R Pennetta, S Xie, R Zeltner, PSJ Russell
arXiv preprint arXiv:1804.09115, 2018
Broadband optomechanically stabilized coupling to liquid-filled hollow-core fiber using silica nanospike
R Zeltner, S Xie, R Pennetta, PSJ Russell
Optical Trapping Applications, OtW4D. 2, 2017
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