Quasi-surfaces waves under drift and diffusion mechanism in nonlinear interfaces$^\dag$

E. Alvarado-Méndez, J.A. Andrade-Lucio, R. Rojas-Laguna, J.M. Estudillo-A, ala. , J.G. Aviña-Cervantes, O.G. Ibarra-Manzano, V. V, sloukh.


We study numerically and theoretically the behaviour of one-dimensional bright spatial soliton in an interface formed by a nonlinear media under drift and diffusion nonlinearities, and a linear one in the second media. The mechanism of diffusion causes self-bending effect on the soliton, and in consequence it is launched to nonlinear interface; after that the soliton is reflected to nonlinear medium and self-bending by diffusion newly launched the soliton to the interface. In consequence, a quasi-surface wave is formed. We present details about the trajectory, coefficient of saturation and energy during the dynamics of the spatial soliton.


Nonlinear waveguides; optical solitons; photorefractive surface waves

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