Christian Cuadrado-Laborde

National Scientific and Technical Research Council Argentina

Christian Cuadrado-Laborde received his Ph.D. degree in physics from La Plata University (UNLP, Argentina, 2005), and his Electric and Electronic Engineer degree from the San Luis University (UNSL, Argentina, 1998). Then, he joined to the most important federal research agency in Argentina (CONICET, 2005); where he is actually an Associate Researcher. He is currently also an Associate Professor of the La Plata Catholic University (Argentina). He has served also as an Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Engineering of the UNLP. He was awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Science with a research fellow position to join to the Optical Fiber Laboratory group headed by M. V. Andres of the Valencia University (Spain) during 2008-2009. Since then, he has a fluid collaboration with this research group. He serves also as a reviewer for several well-known journals of the Optical Society of America, the IEEE, Elsevier, SPIE, and the Electromagnetic Academy. He has published several papers in top-tier scientific journals such as Optics Letters, Laser and Photonics Reviews, Optics and Photonics News, etc. His current research interest includes fiber optics applications, photonic processing, and all-fiber lasers.

Christian Cuadrado-Laborde

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In this book the reader will find a collection of chapters written by different experts around the world, describing the current research trends in both short- and long-period fiber grating technology. This work is mainly addressed to researchers already working in this area, but it is also accessible to anyone with a scientific background who desires to have an updated overview of the recent progress in this domain. It will also be valuable to scientist and engineers who have become newly involved in this field. Each chapter is self-contained and can be read independently of the others. This book intends to provide highlights of the current research in this area, showing the recent advances in the field of fiber gratings.

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