Mid-Infrared Coherent Sources (MICS)
27 10月 - 01 11月 2013
27 10月 2013
Marriott Paris Rive Gauche Hotel and Convention Center, Paris,
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The Mid-IR part of the spectra has become a region of increased emphasis in recent years. The mid IR spectral region is rich in spectroscopic finger prints of molecules which are used to identify pollutants, for chemical and medical diagnostics and for process control. The mid IR has also become important in military countermeasure applications. This meeting will present recent research into semiconductor sources (Principally Quantum cascade (QCL) and Interband cascade (ICL)) lasers emitting in the mid IR region as well as in the terahertz region, and will discuss frequency conversion techniques in semiconductors. The use of mid IR and Terahertz sources for remote sensing, spectroscopy, imaging, and Bio-medical applications will be presented.
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