Four wave mixing is a phenomenon in nonlinear optics where interactions between two input frequencies produce new two new frequencies. This interaction arises from the third-order nonlinearity of the medium. I am using a variation of four wave mixing called degenerate four wave mixing. This is where the two input frequencies coincide, leading to the doubled input frequency producing resonances at two different frequencies.
Electrical and Systems Engineering Undergraduate Research
Date of Submission
Windish, Henry, "Guided-Mode-Resonance as a Source of Entangled Photons" (2023). Electrical and Systems Engineering Undergraduate and Graduate Research. 11.