This book presents the latest advances in ultrafast science, including both ultrafast optics technology and the study of ultrafast phenomena. It covers picosecond, femtosecond, and attosecond processes relevant to physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering applications. Ultrafast technology has a profound impact in a wide range of applications, among them biomedical imaging, chemical dynamics, frequency standards, materials processing, and ultrahigh-speed communications. This book summarizes the results presented at the 13th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena and provides an up-to-date view of this important and rapidly advancing field.Proceedings of the 13th International Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, May 12-17, 2002 R. J. Dwayne Miller ... Therefore, dispersion compensating laser optics, i.e. various forms of chirped mirrors and multi-GTI-mirrors have been developed [4, 5, 6]. To date ... spectrum over 400 nm on a logarithmic scale suitable for carrier-envelope phase stabilization based on interference of second and third harmonic light . ... 1. shows a schematic diagram of the prism-less Ti: sapphire laser.
|Title||:||Ultrafast Phenomena XIII|
|Author||:||R. J. Dwayne Miller|
|Publisher||:||Springer Verlag - 2003|