Fundamental Laser Sciences
This group covers the study of material systems and the basic physics involved in demonstrating new lasing systems or discovering new lasing phenomena. Potential new laser systems might be discovered in gases, crystals, amorphous and ceramic materials, semiconductors and liquids. This includes fundamentally new laser approaches that introduce new wavelengths, increase power and efficiency, circumvent thermal issues, and improve beam quality. It also covers new operating regimes that for instance generate ultra-short pulses, or extend the range of laser wavelengths. Studies of new quantum and waveguide effects, including quantum dot and photonic band gap structures designed to lower thresholds, generate new or controlled frequencies, and/or permit lasing in previous regimes are within the purview of this group.
You can watch any of the following webinar presentations, which were hosted by the OSA Fundamental Laser Sciences Technical Group, on-demand.
||US Air Force Research Laboratory||Chair
||Imperial College London||Vice Chair
||LGS Innovations||Events Officer
||CSIR - NLC||Social Media Officer
05 - 09 July 2021
Dijon Convention Center (Congrexpo)
03 - 07 October 2021
Sheraton Toronto Centre Hotel
31 - 04 November 2021
District of Columbia
23 - 27 October 2022
Prague Congress Centre
If you are a member of the Fundamental Laser Sciences Technical Group and have ideas for activities and initiatives to help engage this community, please share them with the chair, Jonathan Evans.
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