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Scientific Publications (55)



I have been a principle or major author of 46 refereed scientific publications, a secondary author on an additional 9; an author on 10 papers in dedicated conference proceedings and of 2 theses, 16 e-print papers, and currently have further papers in preparation.

The title links point to small text files containing the abstracts. The retrieve-journal links point to full-text copies in the archives of the journals themselves, so you might not have permission from the publisher to download them. The retrieve-preprint-PDF links enable you to download an equivalent preprint version of the paper; or, if necessary, I can send you a (paper) copy on request.

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INDEX: Principal; Secondary; E-Papers; In Preparation; Conferences Etc; E-Calculations; E-In Preparation;

Principal or Major Author

These are papers accepted in refereed journals for which I played a (or the) significant role in authoring.

  1. "Transformation devices: event carpets in space and space-time",
    P. Kinsler, M.W. McCall Phys. Rev. A89 063818 (2014).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:1311.2287], doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.89.063818
  2. "Cloaks, editors, and bubbles: applications of spacetime transformation theory",
    P. Kinsler, M.W. McCall, Ann. Phys. (Berlin) 526, 51-62 (2014)
    --------[ journal: journal, pre-submission draft at arXiv:1308.3358], doi:10.1002/andp.201300164
  3. "Maxwell's Fishpond", (blog, explanation and video)
    P. Kinsler, Jiajun Tan, Timothy C. Y. Thio, Claire Trant, Navin Kandapper, Eur. J. Phys. 33, 1737-1750 (2012)
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:1206.0003], doi:10.1088/0143-0807/33/6/1737
  4. "How to be causal: time, spacetime, and spectra",
    P. Kinsler, Eur. J. Phys. 32, 1687-1700 (2011)
    --------[retrieve: journal, arxiv:1106.1792], doi:10.1088/0143-0807/32/6/022;
    --------Corrigendum: Eur. J. Phys. 34, 205 (2012)
  5. "A spacetime cloak, or a history editor", (blog, Chicken analogy)
    M. W. McCall, A. Favaro, P. Kinsler, A. Boardman, J. Opt. 13, 024003 (2011).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1088/2040-8978/13/2/024003] (also in J. Opt. Highlights 2011)
    -------- This received 80+ mentions in English language news media (Google News, late Dec. 2010); non-English coverage was also widespread.
    -------- Print: incl. The Telegraph, The Sun, Nature, New Scientist, OPN.
    -------- TV: RAI/Italy, INTER/Ukraine
    -------- Radio: CBC/Canada interviewing Martin McCall, WPR/USA interviewing Paul Kinsler
    -------- News websites: incl. Sunday Times, CNN, The Register, Physics World, National Geographic, MSNBC.
    -------- Press releases: Imperial College, IoP, Physics World.
    Popular version: "Cloaking space-time", M. McCall, P. Kinsler, Physics World, p35, July 2011.
    2011 Top Ten Breakthroughs: ranked in 3rd place by the IoP's Physics World
    2011 Best of: by the OSA's OPN magazine, see "Spacetime Cloaking", M. McCall, P. Kinsler, OPN p.43, December 2011
    Context: A new paradigm in cloaking theory -- the "event cloak" -- where a view of the scenery remains undisturbed, but specific events can be edited from view. Contrast this with the ordinary cloak, where objects are either always invisible, or where they disappear or reappear as the cloak is turned on and off. This concept gained significant attention in the media and amongst wider public, as well as in the research community. Of course, despite the eye-catching analogies based on safecrackers and Star-Trek, any early implementations will use optical systems and apply on the atomic scale over sub-microsecond timescales.
  6. "Comment on: Reply to comment on `Perfect imaging without negative refraction'",
    P. Kinsler, A. Favaro, New J. Phys.13, 028001 (2011).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:1010.2346, doi:10.1088/1367-2630/13/2/028001]
  7. "Active drains and causality",
    P. Kinsler, Phys. Rev. A82, 055804 (2010).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:1008.2088, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.82.055804]
  8. "A uni-directional optical pulse propagation equation for materials with both electric and magnetic responses",
    P. Kinsler, Phys. Rev. A81, 023808 (2010).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:0909.3407 (old), doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.81.023808]
  9. "Optical pulse propagation with minimal approximations",
    P. Kinsler, Phys. Rev. A81, 013819 (2010).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:0810.5689 (pre-proof), doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.81.013819]
    Context: With its origins in a chance meeting between myself and John Dudley at CLEO 2006, this paper represents the leading edge formulation for models of nonlinear optical pulse propagation. No other methodology even gets close to the desired end-result of a single first-order wave equation whilst only using a single, simple approximation: that pulse evolution is slow on the scale of a wavelength. Explicit comparison term-for-term between the approximate uni-directional form and an exact bi-directional form are possible. While under review, I also added magnetic dispersion and nonlinearity -- thus the paper now serves as a springboard from which to apply such concepts to the world of lumpy & resonant metamaterials.
  10. "Comment on: On the inapplicability of a negative-phase-velocity condition as a negative refraction condition for active materials",
    P. Kinsler, Microwave Opt. Techn. Lett., 52, 247 (2010).
    --------[retrieve: journal, ascii text,doi:10.1002/mop.24891].
  11. "Four Poynting Theorems",
    P. Kinsler, A. Favaro, M. W. McCall, Eur. J. Phys. 30, 983-993 (2009).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:0908.1721, doi:10.1088/0143-0807/30/5/007]
    Context: Arguments have flowed for nearly a century between proponents of an ExH Poynting vector and those who prefer DxB; and all the while the electromagnetics community happily used ExB. Some researchers prefer ExB because it handles magnetic effects elegantly -- so why doesn't (dielectric) optics use DxH? In this paper we constructed mathematically and physically valid electromagnetic continuity equations for all four choices of electromagnetic flux vector. Now the choice is about making a particular problem easier to analyse, e.g. DxH is particularly instructive and useful for surface plasmons.
  12. "Comment on ``Correct definition of the Poynting vector in electrically and magnetically polarizable medium reveals that negative refraction is impossible.''",
    A. Favaro, P. Kinsler, M. W. McCall, Opt. Express 17, 15167-15169 (2009).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1364/OE.17.015167].
  13. "The refractive index and wavevector in passive or active media",
    P. Kinsler, Phys. Rev. A79, 023839 (2009).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:0901.2466, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.79.023839]
    Context: The usual definition of refractive index (and hence wavevector) is not always in intuitive agreement with what physically happens to propagating electromagnetic waves. The work combines some lessons from Stockman's PRL and mine and Martin McCall's response to that, with the theoretical machinery that results from simplifications of the second order wave equation (see the following paper in this list). Although the traditional definition is not wrong, my alternate proposal gives the expected evanescent wavevector in the lossy-plasmon case - but the traditional definition predicts oscillations!
  14. "Causality-based conditions for a negative refractive index must be used with care",
    P. Kinsler, M. W. McCall, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 167401 (2008).
    --------[retrieve: journal, arXiv:0812.1521, doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.167401]
    Context: A response to the challenge laid down by Stockman's 2007 Phys. Rev. Lett. which claimed that useful (low-loss) negative refraction was prohibited by causality. By rederiving the result from first principles, it instead became clear that any causal restrictions were nowhere near as inflexible as claimed; in fact Stockman's conclusions were {flawed}, even if the bare mathematics was not. Nevertheless, taking a positive approach, I used the opportunity to examine the true limits and opportunities offered by causal constraints on negative refraction.
  15. "Carrier-wave self-steepening and applications to high-order harmonic generation",
    S. B. P. Radnor, L. E. Chipperfield, P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, Phys. Rev. A77, 033806 (2008).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.77.033806, arXiv:0803.3597],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 6, (Apr. 2008).
  16. "Criteria for negative refraction in active and passive media",
    P. Kinsler, M. W. McCall, Microwave Opt. Tech. Lett. 50, 1804-1807 (2008).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1002/mop.23489, preprint, arXiv:0806.1676 (revision)]
  17. ** "Limits of the uni-directional pulse propagation approximation",
    P. Kinsler, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B24, 2363-2368 (2007).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1364/JOSAB.24.002363, arXiv:0707.0986 (with extra appendix)]
    Context: This answers a question underpinning all directional formulations of (and approximations to) electromagnetic pulse propagation: To what extent is does forward-going field generate or couple to a backward one?. The results rely on the precise dovetailing of three distinct approaches: bi- and uni-directional wave equations, bi- and uni-directional numerical simulation, and analytic solutions based on the method of characteristics, Now we can see whether ``forward-going'' pulses really do stay forward-going, and put exact and reliable analytical constraints on the processes and materials involved.
  18. "Nonlinear envelope equation modeling of sub-cycle dynamics and carrier shocks and harmonic generation in highly nonlinear waveguides",
    G. Genty, P. Kinsler, B. Kibler, J. M. Dudley, Opt. Express 15, 5382-5387 (2007).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1364/OE.15.005382],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 6, (Jun. 2007).
  19. "Optical carrier wave shocking: Detection and dispersion",
    P. Kinsler, S. B. P. Radnor, J. C. A. Tyrrell, G. H. C. New, Phys. Rev. E 75, 066603 (2007).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.75.066603, arXiv:0704.1212],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 6, (Jul. 2007).
  20. ** "Theory of directional pulse propagation",
    P. Kinsler, S. B. P. Radnor, G. H. C. New, Phys. Rev. A72, 063807 (2005).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.72.063807, arXiv],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 5, (Jan. 2006).
  21. "Wideband pulse propagation: single-field and multi-field approaches to Raman interactions",
    P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, Phys. Rev. A72, 033804 (2005).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.72.033804, arXiv],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 5, (Oct. 2005).
  22. "Pseudospectral Spatial-Domain: A new method for nonlinear pulse propagation in the few-cycle regime with arbitrary dispersion",
    J. C. A. Tyrrell, P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, J. Mod. Opt. 52, 973-986 (2005).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1080/09500340512331334086, PDF]
  23. "Behavior of high-order stimulated Raman scattering in a highly transient regime",
    Emiliano Sali, Paul Kinsler, G. H. C. New, Kirstie J. Mendham, Thomas Halfmann, John W. G. Tisch, Jon P. Marangos, Phys. Rev. A72 013813 (2005)
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.72.013813],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 4, (Aug. 2005).
  24. "Few-cycle soliton propagation",
    P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, Phys. Rev. A 69, 013805 (2004).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.69.013805, arXiv]
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 3, (Feb. 2004).
  25. "The Hall effect and ionised impurity scattering in Si(x)Ge(1-x)",
    P. Kinsler, W. Th. Wenckebach, J. Appl. Phys. 94, 7159-7162 (2003).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1063/1.1622994, arXiv].
  26. "Few-cycle pulse propagation",
    P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, Phys. Rev. A 67, 023813 (2003).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.67.023813, arXiv],
    --------[retrieve: long-version PDF],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 2, (Mar. 2003).
  27. ** "Non-equilibrium electron heating in inter-subband terahertz lasers",
    P. Kinsler, R. W. Kelsall, and P. Harrison, J. Appl. Phys. 91, 904-910 (2002).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1063/1.1428101, preprint PDF],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Nanoscale Science and Technology 5, (Feb. 2002).
  28. "An optimised algorithm for ionized impurity scattering in Monte Carlo simulations",
    W. Th. Wenckebach, P. Kinsler, Computer Physics Communications 143, 136-141 (2002).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1016/S0010-4655(01)00440-4, arXiv, preprint PDF]
  29. "Hot-hole lasers in III-V materials",
    P. Kinsler, W. Th. Wenckebach, J. Appl. Phys. 90, 1692-1697 (2001).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:doi:10.1063/1.1384492, arXiv, preprint PDF]
  30. "Monte Carlo modelling of far-infrared intersubband lasers",
    R. W. Kelsall, P. Kinsler, P. Harrison, Physica E7, 48-51 (2000).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1016/S1386-9477(99)00273-8, preprint PDF]
  31. "Terahertz lasers using inter-subband transitions in quantum wells: predictions from Monte Carlo simulation.",
    P. Kinsler, R. W. Kelsall, and P. Harrison, Physica B272, 226-229 (1999).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1016/S0921-4526(99)00352-X, preprint PDF]
  32. "Inter-subband terahertz lasers using four-level asymmetric quantum wells",
    P. Kinsler, P. Harrison, R. W. Kelsall, J. Appl. Phys. 85, 23-28 (1999).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1063/1.369435, preprint PDF]
  33. "Interface phonons in asymmetric quantum well structures",
    P. Kinsler, R. W. Kelsall, P. Harrison, Superlattices and Microstructures, 25, 163-166 (1999).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1006/spmi.1998.0631, preprint PDF]
  34. "Interface and confined phonons in stepped quantum wells",
    P. Kinsler, R. W. Kelsall, P. Harrison, Physica B (263-264), 507-509 (1999).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1016/S0921-4526(98)01422-7, preprint PDF]
  35. "Inter-subband electron-electron scattering in asymmetric quantum wells designed for far infrared emission",
    P. Kinsler, P. Harrison, R. W. Kelsall, Phys. Rev. B 58, 4771-4778 (1998).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.58.4771, preprint PDF]
  36. ** "Motional narrowing in semiconductor microcavities",
    D. M. Whittaker, P. Kinsler, T. A. Fisher, M. S. Skolnick, A. Armitage, A. M. Afshar, M. D. Sturge, J. S. Roberts, Phys. Rev. Lett. 77, 4792-4795 (1996).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.4792, preprint PDF]
  37. "Line width narrowing of polaritons",
    P. Kinsler, D. M. Whittaker, Phys. Rev. B 54, 4988-4995 (1996).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.54.4988, preprint PDF]
  38. "Testing quantum mechanics using third-order correlations",
    P. Kinsler, Phys. Rev. A 53, 2000-2008 (1996).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.53.2000 preprint PDF]
  39. "Triple correlations in quantum parametric oscillation",
    P.D. Drummond, P. Kinsler, Quantum and Semiclassical Optics 7, 727-741 (1995).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1088/1355-5111/7/4/025, preprint PDF ]
  40. ** "Critical fluctuations in quantum parametric oscillation",
    P. Kinsler, P. D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. A 52, 783-790 (1995).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.52.783, preprint PDF ]
  41. "Quadrature squeezing in the nondegenerate parametric amplifier",
    M. Fernee, P. Kinsler, P. D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. A 51, 864-867 (1995).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.51.864, preprint PDF ]
  42. ** "Limits to squeezing and phase information in the parametric amplifier",
    P. Kinsler, M. Fernee, P. D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. A 48, 3310-3320 (1993).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.48.3310 preprint PDF ]
  43. Comment on "Langevin equations for the squeezing of light by means of a parametric oscillator",
    P. Kinsler, P. D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. A 44, 7848-7850 (1991).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.44.7848, preprint PDF ]
  44. ** "Quantum dynamics of the parametric oscillator",
    P. Kinsler, P. D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. A 43, 6194-6208 (1991).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.43.6194, preprint PDF ]
  45. Comment on "Quantum noise in the parametric oscillator: from squeezed states to coherent state superpositions",
    P. Kinsler, P. D. Drummond, Phys. Rev. Lett. 64, 236 (1990).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.64.236, preprint PDF ]
  46. "Quantum tunnelling and thermal activation in the parametric oscillator",
    P. D. Drummond, P. Kinsler, Phys. Rev. A 40, 4813-4816 (1989).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.40.4813, preprint PDF ]

Secondary Author

These are papers accepted in refereed journals for which I played less important role in authoring.

  1. Response to: Comment on 'What is negative refraction?',
    Martin W. McCall, Paul Kinsler, Alberto Favaro, J. Mod. Opt. 57, 2103-2108 (2010).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1080/09500340.2010.503012]
  2. "Harmonic extended supercontinuum generation and carrier envelope phase dependent spectral broadening in silica nanowires",
    G. Genty, B. Kibler, P. Kinsler, J. M. Dudley, Opt. Express 16, 10886-10893 (2008).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1364/OE.16.010886]
  3. "Modelling of angular effects in nonlinear optical processes",
    M. A. Yates, C. L. Tsangaris, P. Kinsler and G. H. C. New, Opt. Comm. 257, 164-175 (2005).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1016/j.optcom.2005.07.028]
  4. "Ultrashort-pulse modulation in adiabatically prepared Raman media",
    Sarah Gundry, Marcel P. Anscombe, Abubaker M. Abdulla, Emiliano Sali, John W. G. Tisch, Paul Kinsler, Geoffrey H. C. New, and Jon P. Marangos, Opt. Lett. 30, 180-182 (2005).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1364/OL.30.000180],
    --------also selected for Virtual J. Ultrafast Science 5, (Mar. 2005).
  5. "Solid state terahertz sources using quantum-well intersubband transitions",
    P. Harrison, R. W. Kelsall, P. Kinsler, K. Donovan, IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques 48, 645-652 (2000).
    --------[retrieve: IEEE, doi:10.1109/22.841955, PS or PH archive]
  6. "Maximising the population inversion, by optimizing the depopulation rate, in far-infrared quantum cascade lasers",
    K. Donovan, P. Harrison, P. Kinsler, R. W. Kelsall, Superlattices and Microstructures 25, 373-376 (1999).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1006/spmi.1998.0661]
  7. "Motional narrowing in semiconductor microcavities",
    D. M. Whittaker, P. Kinsler, T. A. Fisher, M. S. Skolnick, A. Armitage, A. M. Afshar, J. S. Roberts, G. Hill, M. A. Pate, Superlattices and Microstructures 22, 91-96 (1997).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1006/spmi.1996.0275]
  8. "Exciton-polaritons in semiconductor quantum microcavities in high magnetic fields",
    A. Armitage, T. A. Fisher, M. S. Skolnick, D. M. Whittaker, P. Kinsler, J. S. Roberts, Phys. Rev. B 55, 16395-16403 (1996).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.55.16395]
  9. "Vacuum Rabi splitting in semiconductor microcavities with applied electric and magnetic-fields",
    D. M. Whittaker, T. A. Fisher, A. M. Afshar, M. S. Skolnick, P. Kinsler, J. S. Roberts, G. Hill, M. A. Pate, Nuovo Cimento D 17, 1781-1786 (1995).
    --------[retrieve: journal, doi:10.1007/BF02457280]

E-Prints (papers, calculations, and reviews)

These are (a) updated versions of published work, (b) largely complete papers which I have no time to finish off, (c) paper-style write-ups of detailed calculations.

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  1. "Negative Frequency Waves? Or: What I talk about when I talk about propagation",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:1409.0128 [retrieve]
  2. LI> "Drift, diffusion, and third order derivatives in Fokker-Planck equations: one specific case",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:1309.3427 [retrieve]
  3. "Deriving the time-dependent Schrodinger m- and p-equations from the Klein-Gordon equation",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:1309.2484 [retrieve]
  4. "Directional pulse propagation in beam, rod, pipe, and disk geometries",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:1210.6794 [retrieve]
  5. "Acoustic waves: should they be propagated forward in time, or forward in space?",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:1202.0714 [retrieve]
  6. "Comment on: Power loss and electromagnetic energy density in a dispersive metamaterial medium",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:1008.2097 [retrieve]
  7. "Proposal for absolute CEP measurement using 0-to-f self-referencing",
    S. B. P. Radnor, P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, arXiv:0903.2935 [retrieve]
  8. "Transverse limits on the uni-directional pulse propagation approximation",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:0810.5701 [retrieve]
  9. "Phase coherence and extreme self phase modulation",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:0708.4112 [retrieve]
  10. "Pulse propagation methods in nonlinear optics",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:0707.0982 [retrieve]
  11. "Phase sensitivity of nonlinear interactions",
    P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, J.C.A. Tyrrell. arXiv:physics/0611213 [retrieve]
  12. "Theory of directional pulse propagation: detailed calculations",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:physics/0611216 [retrieve]
  13. "Wideband pulse propagation: a detailed calculation including Raman processes",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:physics/0606112 [retrieve]
  14. "Few-cycle optical pulse propagation: a detailed calculation",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv.org:physics/0212014 [retrieve]
  15. "Few-cycle pulse propagation: long paper",
    P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, arXiv:physics/0212016 [retrieve: PDF, arXiv]
  16. "Limits to phase information in the parametric oscillator",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:quant-ph/0110118 [retrieve]
  17. "Quantum stochastic theory of phonon scattering between polaritons",
    P. Kinsler, arXiv:cond-mat/0112226 [retrieve]

In Preparation or Submitted

  1. "Negative Frequency Waves?",
    P. Kinsler

Conference Proceedings, Theses, and Manuscripts

  1. "What is negative refraction?",
    M. W. McCall, P. Kinsler, A. Favaro, D. Censor, in SPIE Proceedings 7392, 73921M (2009); from ``Metamaterials: Fundamentals and Applications II'', eds. M.A. Noginov, N.I. Zheludev, A.D. Boardman, N. Engheta,
    --------[retrieve: spie, aip, doi:10.1117/12.827472]
  2. "Thinking outside the envelope: New perspectives for nonlinear fiber optics",
    J. M. Dudley, G. Genty, P. Kinsler, IEEE/LEOS Winter Topical Meeting, Date: JAN 14-16, 2008 Sorrento ITALY
    --------[retrieve: ieee]
  3. "Synchronously-pumped optical parametric oscillators with anomalous wavelength tuning behaviour",
    P. Loza-Alvarez, M.B. Flynn, W. Sibbett, P. Kinsler, G. H. C. New, Ultrafast Phenomena XIII, (Proc. 13th Int. Conf., Vancouver, Canada, May 2002) pp. 140-142.
  4. "Towards quantum well hot-hole lasers",
    P. Kinsler, W. Th. Wenckebach, Proc. 25th Internat. Conf. on the Physics of Semiconductors Parts I/II, ICPS-25 Osaka 2000, ed. by N. Miura, T. Ando, Springer Proceedings in Physics. Vol. 87, pages 711-712 (Springer, Berlin 2001); ISBN of the proceedings is 978-3-540-41778-1.
    --------[retrieve: arXiv:cond-mat/0201396]
  5. "The carrier dynamical issues for extending the operating wavelength of quantum cascade lasers",
    P. Harrison, K. Donovan, R. W. Kelsall, and P. Kinsler, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3828, 17-23 (1999). "Terahertz Spectrocopy and Applications", ed. J. Martyn Chamberlain.
    --------[retrieve: PS, PH archive, SPIE site]
  6. "The carrier dynamics of terahertz intersubband lasers",
    P. Harrison, P. Kinsler, K. Donovan, and R.W. Kelsall
    --------[retrieve: ps or PH-pubs]
  7. Quantum well intersubband transitions as a source of terahertz radiation",
    P. Harrison, R.W. Kelsall, P. Kinsler, and K. Donovan, In the proceedings of the 1998 IEEE sixth international conference on Terahertz electronics, ed. P.Harrison, pages 74--78 (1998). [retrieve: PS, PH archive, IEEE site]
  8. "A theoretical study of quantum well terahertz lasers",
    K. Donovan, P. Harrison, R. W. Kelsall, and P. Kinsler. In the proceedings of the 1998 IEEE sixth international conference on Terahertz electronics, ed. P.Harrison, pages 223--226 (1998). [retrieve: PS, PH archive, IEEE site]
  9. "Magnetic and electric field effects in semiconductor quantum microcavity structures",
    T. A. Fisher, A. M. Afshar, D. M. Whittaker, Maurice S. Skolnick, P. Kinsler, J. S. Roberts, G. Hill, M. A. Pate, NATO ASI E324, 77 (1996). "Microcavities and photonic bandgaps: Physics and Applications", Eds. J. Rarity, C. Weisbuch. [retrieve: Springer, doi:10.1007/978-94-009-0313-5_7 ]
  10. "Tuning of the exciton-photon coupling in semiconductor quantum microcavities by external electric and magnetic fields",
    T. A. Fisher, Maurice S. Skolnick, A. M. Afshar, D. M. Whittaker, P. Kinsler, John S. Roberts, G. Hill, M. A. Pate, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2694, 76-81, (1996). "Quantum Well and Superlattice Physics VI", Eds. Gottfried H. Doehler, Theodore S. Moise. [retrieve: SPIE site]
  11. "Quantum dynamics of the parametric oscillator",
    P. Kinsler, PhD Thesis, University of Queensland, (1994). [download index]
  12. "Switching times in optically bistable devices",
    P. Kinsler, MSc Thesis, University of Auckland, (1989). [download index]

E-Prints (calculations)

These e-prints are detailed calculations with only a rough commentary. They are presented here because they may be of interest to those attempting the same (or similar) derivations.

  1. "Multilayer/DCM Electron-Phonon Scattering: Fermi Golden Rule calculation",
    P. Kinsler, kinsler-MDCM-FGR [download PS, PDF]
  2. "Multilayer/DCM Interface Phonon Potentials",
    P. Kinsler, kinsler-MDCM-IPP [download PS, PDF]
  3. "Multilayer/DCM Phonon Normalisation",
    P. Kinsler, kinsler-MDCM-PNorm [download PS, PDF]
  4. "Polariton Scattering in Semiconductor Microcavities",
    P. Kinsler, kinsler-SM-PolScatt [PS, PDF]; see also poster.

E-Prints in preparation

  1. "Losses and the Greens function approach",
    P. Kinsler, work in progress, unreleased.
  2. "Justifying the rotating wave approximation",
    P. Kinsler, work in progress, unreleased.

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