Interview with Pascal Del’Haye

A micro-toroid made from silicon dioxide (blue) on a silicon chip.

An interview with Pascal Del’Haye, the first author of the original Nature paper on Kerr frequency combs and now a group leader at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in Teddington by London. We talked about the first Kerr frequency combs, the following twelve years, the spirit of fundamental research, problems with names and more.

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