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SW3J • Frequency Combs I - Shared screen with speaker view
John Taylor
32:47
Welcome to Frequency Combs. The audio for today’s conference should be coming through your computer speakers; make sure to check that they are on with the volume up. Should you need technical assistance, please use this chat feature to let us know. For questions for the speakers, please use the “Q&A” box.
John Taylor
56:18
Don't forget, you can use the "thumbs-up" button in the Q&A box to elevate a question in the queue.
John Taylor
01:00:54
Welcome to Frequency Combs. The audio for today’s conference should be coming through your computer speakers; make sure to check that they are on with the volume up. Should you need technical assistance, please use this chat feature to let us know. For questions for the speakers, please use the “Q&A” box.
John Taylor
01:01:32
Note: our current speaker is not currently on the line, so questions should be directed to him directly via any contact information he shares.
Andrey Voloshin
01:15:20
Dear attendees, if you have any questions about "Electrically Operated Integrated Optical Dual-Comb Source Based on Microresonators" (SW3J.2) from my colleague Sergey Koptyaev, please, ask via email s.koptyaev@samsung.com
John Taylor
01:29:54
Welcome to Frequency Combs. The audio for today’s conference should be coming through your computer speakers; make sure to check that they are on with the volume up. Should you need technical assistance, please use this chat feature to let us know. For questions for the speakers, please use the “Q&A” box. You can use the "thumbs-up" button in the Q&A box to elevate a question in the queue.
John Taylor
01:40:13
Don't forget, you can queue up questions using the Q&A feature now during the presentation and vote up any that you would like answered.
John Taylor
01:54:27
Reminder: You can use the "thumbs-up" button in the Q&A box to elevate a question in the queue.
Andrey Voloshin
02:16:05
Dear attendees and panelists, I have answered all questions about the soliton self-injection locking. Answers are in Q&A section. If you have some more question, please, feel free to ask andrey.voloshin@physics.msu.ru