Michal Dudek PhD, graduated from Faculty of Mechatronics, Warsaw University of Technology. Since 2016 he is working at the Institute of Applied Physics, Military University of Technology, currently in a position of an assistant professor. His main fields of interest are optical fiber sensors and micromachining of optical fibers. In his previous studies he was focused mainly on tomographic (interferometric and holographic) analysis of optical fibers and their polymer microcomponents, and numerical modeling of those microstructures.
Interferometric optical fiber sensor set for angular velocity recording: Allan variance analysis in practice
Microtips at photonic crystal fibers as functional elements for near-field scanning optical microscopy probes
Tomographic and numerical studies of polymer bridges between two optical fibers for telecommunication applications
Holographic method for capillary induced aberration compensation for 3D tomographic measurements of living cells
Interferometric and tomographic investigations of polymer microtips fabricated at the extremity of optical fibers