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O. Frazão, Graduated in Physics Engineering (optoelectronics and electronics) from the University of Aveiro, Portugal. He received the Ph. D. degree in Physics from the University of Porto, Portugal in 2009. Portugal. From 1997 to 1998, he was with the Institute of Telecommunications, Aveiro. Presently, he is a Researcher at Optoelectronics and Electronic Systems Unit, INESC Porto. He has published about 200 papers, mainly in international journals and conference proceedings, and his present research interests included optical fiber sensors and optical communications. He is member of the Optical Society of America (OSA) and The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE).

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  • Nationality

    Portugal
  • Centre

    Applied Photonics
  • Contacts

    +351220402301
    orlando.frazao@inesctec.pt
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Publications

2020

Preface

Authors
Frazão, O; del Villar, I; Fabris, J; Gong, Y;

Publication
Optics & Laser Technology

Abstract

2020

Preface

Authors
Frazao, O; del Villar, I; Fabris, J; Gong, Y;

Publication
OPTICS AND LASER TECHNOLOGY

Abstract

2020

Tuning of Fiber Optic Surface Reflectivity through Graphene Oxide-Based Layer-by-Layer Film Coatings

Authors
Monteiro, CS; Raposo, M; Ribeiro, PA; Silva, SO; Frazão, O;

Publication
Photonics

Abstract
The use of graphene oxide-based coatings on optical fibers are investigated, aiming to tune the reflectivity of optical fiber surfaces for use in precision sensing devices. Graphene oxide (GO) layers are successfully deposited onto optical fiber ends, either in cleaved or hollow microspheres, by mounting combined bilayers of polyethylenimine (PEI) and GO layers using the Layer-by-Layer (LbL) technique. The reflectivity of optical fibers coated with graphene oxide layers is investigated for the telecom region allowing to both monitor layer growth kinetics and cavity characterization. Tunable reflective surfaces are successfully attained in both cleaved optical fibers and hollow microsphere fiber-based sensors by simply coating them with PEI/GO layers through the LbL film technique.

2020

Curvature detection in a medical needle using a Fabry-Perot cavity as an intensity sensor

Authors
Novais, S; Silva, SO; Frazao, O;

Publication
Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation

Abstract
The use of optical sensors inside the needle can improve targeting precision and can bring real-time information about the location of the needle tip if necessary, since a needle bends through insertion into the tissue. Therefore, the precise location of the needle tip is so important in percutaneous treatments. In the current experiment, a fiber sensor based on a Fabry-Perot (FP) cavity is described to measure the needle curvature. The sensor is fabricated by producing an air bubble between two sections of multimode fiber. The needle with the sensor therein was attached at one end and deformed by the application of movements. The sensor presents a sensitivity of -0.152 dB/m-1 to the curvature measurements, with a resolution of 0.089 m-1. The sensory structure revealed to be stable, obtaining a cross-sensitivity to be 0.03 m-1/°C. © 2019 Elsevier Ltd

2020

Curvature Sensor Based on a Long-Period Grating in a Fiber Ring Resonator Interrogated by an OTDR

Authors
Magalhaes, R; Silva, S; Frazao, O;

Publication
Photonic Sensors

Abstract
The proposed technique demonstrates a fiber ring resonator interrogated by an optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR), for intensity sensing. By using this methodology, a cavity round trip time of 2.85 µs was obtained. For a proof of concept, a long-period grating was inserted in the resonant cavity operating as a curvature sensing device. A novel signal processing approach was outlined, regarding to the logarithmic behavior of the OTDR. Through analyzing the experimental results, an increase in the measured sensitivities was obtained by increasing applied bending. With curvatures performed from 1.8 m-1 to 4.5 m-1, the sensitivity values ranged from 2.94 dB·km-1 to 5.15 dB·km-1. In its turn, the sensitivities obtained presented a linear behavior when studied as a function of the applied curvature, following a slope of 0.86×10-3 dB. The advantages of applying this technique were also discussed, demonstrating two similar fiber rings multiplexed in a series of configurations. © 2019, The Author(s).

Supervised
thesis

2018

Indicadores de Desempenho em Equipas de Desenvolvimento de Software

Author
João Pedro Pacheco de Figueiredo

Institution
UP-FEUP

2018

Sistema de recomendação para proteção de código

Author
Luís Filipe Rodrigues Carvalho

Institution
UP-FEUP

2018

Data Mining techniques for Prediction of secondary and 3D structures of proteins

Author
Luís Miguel da Costa Oliveira

Institution
UP-FEUP

2016

Cavity Ring-down Characterization Technique

Author
regina Magalhâes

Institution
UP-FCUP

2016

Polymer fiber based sensors

Author
Miguel Fernandes Soares Ferreira

Institution
UP-FCUP