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Ultrafast laser processing of glass: from new phenomena to applications

Ultrafast laser processing of glass: from new phenomena to applications
Ultrafast laser processing of glass: from new phenomena to applications
Ultrafast laser processing of glass reveals new phenomena. Reviewed are recent demonstrations of 5D optical memory, vortex polarisation converters employing self-assembled nanostructuring, ultrafast laser calligraphy and polarization writing control using pulses with tilted front.
Kazansky, P.G.
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Beresna, M.
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Kazansky, P.G.
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Beresna, M.
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Kazansky, P.G. and Beresna, M. (2012) Ultrafast laser processing of glass: from new phenomena to applications. Speciality Optical Fibres (SOF) Topical Meeting, United States. 17 - 21 Jun 2012.

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Abstract

Ultrafast laser processing of glass reveals new phenomena. Reviewed are recent demonstrations of 5D optical memory, vortex polarisation converters employing self-assembled nanostructuring, ultrafast laser calligraphy and polarization writing control using pulses with tilted front.

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e-pub ahead of print date: June 2012
Additional Information: SM2E.1
Venue - Dates: Speciality Optical Fibres (SOF) Topical Meeting, United States, 2012-06-17 - 2012-06-21
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 364420
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/364420
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Last modified: 24 Jul 2019 16:31

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