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Femtosecond direct writing of embedded photonic structures

Femtosecond direct writing of embedded photonic structures
Femtosecond direct writing of embedded photonic structures
In the last few years, femtosecond lasers have proven to be of great utility for micromachining within the bulk of transparent materials and this processing technique has attracted much attention due to its simplicity compared to lithographic methods and its ability to write in three-dimensions. When an intense femtosecond laser pulse is tightly focused into transparent material, high-order non-linear absorption allows the energy to be deposited predominantly within the focal volume producing a local permanent refractive index modification.
Bricchi, Erica
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Mills, John D.
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Klappauf, Bruce G.
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Kazansky, Peter G.
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Baumberg, Jeremy
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Bricchi, Erica
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Klappauf, Bruce G.
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Kazansky, Peter G.
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Baumberg, Jeremy
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Bricchi, Erica, Mills, John D., Klappauf, Bruce G., Kazansky, Peter G. and Baumberg, Jeremy (2003) Femtosecond direct writing of embedded photonic structures. International Workshop: Recent Trends in Nonlinear Optics and Ultra-short Pulse Generation, Pavia, Italy. 14 - 15 Jun 2003. 1 pp .

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In the last few years, femtosecond lasers have proven to be of great utility for micromachining within the bulk of transparent materials and this processing technique has attracted much attention due to its simplicity compared to lithographic methods and its ability to write in three-dimensions. When an intense femtosecond laser pulse is tightly focused into transparent material, high-order non-linear absorption allows the energy to be deposited predominantly within the focal volume producing a local permanent refractive index modification.

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Published date: 2003
Venue - Dates: International Workshop: Recent Trends in Nonlinear Optics and Ultra-short Pulse Generation, Pavia, Italy, 2003-06-14 - 2003-06-15

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Date deposited: 17 Oct 2006
Last modified: 16 Jul 2021 16:36

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