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Ted Haensch  Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

Ted Haensch Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

…I started
out with an argon ion laser. Over the
next decade and half, I acquired several
Coherent cw lasers, including the 699
and 899 ring dye lasers.
O&P: Your work with control and cavity locking using our cw ring dye lasers
ended up leading to new commercial…

Photonics Spectra - March 2018

Photonics Spectra - March 2018

…also supports so-called seeder burst mode -- a group of two to five pulses at full energy and separated by the native repetition rate of the seed laser. This mode is very useful in many industrial applications, especially for thicker substrates. This type of laser amplifier also provides a flexible…

Diode-Pumped Solid-State or DPSS Lasers

Diode-Pumped Solid-State or DPSS Lasers

Lasers Products Ultrashort Pulse Lasers Ultrashort Pulse Lasers Coherent ultrashort pulse lasers include femtosecond lasers with up to 900 fs pulse widths and picosecond lasers with up to 80 MHz repetition rates. Pulsed Q-Switched Pulsed Q-Switched A complete portfolio of Q-switched DPSS lasers is…

Laser Focus World - May 2015

Laser Focus World - May 2015

…and femtosecond) lasers are an essential subset of the lasers used today in industry and the medical arena (for example, machining glass for smartphone screens for the former, and laser eye surgery for the latter), it is the use of ultrafast lasers in research that allows such lasers to show…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®


power, the advent of femtosecond lasers in the 1990s enabled a true revolution in science that resulted in new areas of research as diverse as femtochemistry
or nonlinear optical microscopy. In addition to scientific applications, pico- and femtosecond lasers are now employed in industrial…

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

…I started
out with an argon ion laser. Over the
next decade and half, I acquired several
Coherent cw lasers, including the 699
and 899 ring dye lasers.
O&P: Your work with control and cavity locking using our cw ring dye lasers
ended up leading to new commercial…

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

laser cavity. The modes of
all these colors are in phase (i.e., modelocked) and, as a result, in the time
domain the laser is pulsed.
For example, the titanium-sapphire
laser operates within the 10- to 20-nm
bandwidth with around 100-fs pulses.
Modern broadband lasers

Bio Photonics - March 2014

Bio Photonics - March 2014

…structures fabricated with a Spirit industrial femtosecond laser. Strut widths
and thicknesses are <50 mm. Courtesy of Spectra-Physics, a Newport Corp. brand.
The Sprite-XT is a compact mode-locked
Ti:sapphire laser from M Squared Lasers Ltd.
Courtesy of M Squared Lasers.

Microsoft Word - COHR whitepaper whitedwarfmonaco 5 21 2018

Microsoft Word - COHR whitepaper whitedwarfmonaco 5 21 2018

…gain medium for ultrafast lasers, making them complementary to Ti:Sapphire in scientific applications. Yb has a wide gain bandwidth, enabling mode-locked performance in the femtosecond regime, and in contrast to Ti:Sapphire, ytterbium can be directly pumped by high power laser diodes at a wavelength…

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

…diode-pumped, solid-state lasers having pulsewidths
in the nanosecond range, or industrial ultrafast lasers with pulsewidths in the picosecond, or even
femtosecond, regime. These industrial ultrafast lasers typically utilize a mode-locked, diode-pumped,
solid-state laser as a seed for…

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