Control and Manipulation of the Kerr-lens Mode-locking Dynamics in Lasers

Shai Yefet (Bar-Ilan University)
Event Date and Time: 
Mon, 2013-06-17 11:00 - 12:00
Chem D-215
Local Contact: 
Valery Milner
Intended Audience: 

In the following lecture I will describe theoretical and experimental studies of mode-locked solid-state lasers, specifically a Kerr-lens mode-locked titanium:sapphire laser. This laser is the major source for ultra-short optical pulses, which provides an extremely important tool to investigate ultra-fast processes in physics, chemistry and biology. Specifically, I will present novel cavity designs and configuration, which overcome many of the disadvantages and inherent limitations of standard designed Ti:sapphire optical cavities.

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