Atomic and Molecular Pulsed Lasers

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Atomic and Molecular Pulsed Lasers

16 Sep 2013 - 20 Sep 2013
• Institute of Atmospheric Optics SB RAS
Tomsk, Russia

Anton Klimkin
+7 3822 490393
• Institute of Atmospheric Optics SB RAS

The following topical areas will be considered at the Conference: pulsed laser characteristics; new laser transitions; laser pumping systems; peculiarities of power input into laser active media; volume discharges; up-to-date power supplies and active elements; lasers with active media compound composition; investigation of photoprocesses in organic compounds; organic materials for optoelectronics, non-linear processes in molecular systems under laser emission; amplifier-oscillator systems; conversion of laser beam parameters in crystal and gaseous media; harmonic generators of sum and difference frequencies; new materials for laser emission conversion, femtosecond lasers, laser and laser system applications, etc. Principal goals of the Conference are both exchange of up-to-date knowledge and connecting of fundamental and applied science. Therefore within the framework of the Conference peculiar attention will be paid to laser applications in different areas of science and engineering (ecology, medicine, industry, fight against terrorism, research activities, etc.), discussion of problems of laser-based apparatus development, new optical technologies, as well as to exchange of practical experience on application of the achievements of science to production and project commercialization. The AMPL Conference is a traditional place of meeting of potential partners, optical devices manufacturers, customers and executors of research efforts and experimental development. The Conference scientific program offers the following sessions: • gas and plasma lasers • metal vapor lasers • photonics of optical materials • femtosecond lasers and laser systems • laser systems and new laser and optical technologies, laser applications • non-coherent UV and VUV-radiation sources • conversion of laser radiation, optoelectronic devices • diffuse discharges with runaway electrons The Conference program provides for listening to the invited and oral presentations and work of poster sessions. Abstracts of the papers and Conference Program will be placed on the Conference web-site and edited in printing. A special section and competition for young researchers will be held. The Conference proceedings will be issued in a subject editions of Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics. Author guidelines are available at the web-sites of these editions.

Sponsor:OSA Russian Foundation for Basic Research Tomsk City Administration Young Scientists Counsil IAO SB RAS