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Influence of heat accumulation on femtosecond laser written birefringence inside silica glass

Influence of heat accumulation on femtosecond laser written birefringence inside silica glass
Influence of heat accumulation on femtosecond laser written birefringence inside silica glass
Femtosecond (fs) laser direct writing of birefringent structures in silica has been used to generate unique optical devices that can manipulate and characterize the spatial polarization properties of light. So far, devices including spatial polarization converters [1] and polarization sensitive cameras [2, 3], and geometric phase holograms [4] have been demonstrated. Recently, a number of high power fs laser sources at high repetition rates (1-100 MHz) have become commercially available. As a result the use of high repetition rate fs laser sources has become a popular choice to increase the throughput of direct fs laser writing systems.
Sakakura, Masaaki
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Wang, Lei
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Douti, Dam-Bé
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Kliukin, Dmitrii
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Kazansky, Peter G.
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Sakakura, Masaaki
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Wang, Lei
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Douti, Dam-Bé
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Kliukin, Dmitrii
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Kazansky, Peter G.
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Sakakura, Masaaki, Wang, Lei, Douti, Dam-Bé, Kliukin, Dmitrii and Kazansky, Peter G. (2018) Influence of heat accumulation on femtosecond laser written birefringence inside silica glass. JSAP-OSA Joint Symposia 2018. 18 - 21 Sep 2018.

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Abstract

Femtosecond (fs) laser direct writing of birefringent structures in silica has been used to generate unique optical devices that can manipulate and characterize the spatial polarization properties of light. So far, devices including spatial polarization converters [1] and polarization sensitive cameras [2, 3], and geometric phase holograms [4] have been demonstrated. Recently, a number of high power fs laser sources at high repetition rates (1-100 MHz) have become commercially available. As a result the use of high repetition rate fs laser sources has become a popular choice to increase the throughput of direct fs laser writing systems.

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Published date: 2018
Additional Information: 231B_6
Venue - Dates: JSAP-OSA Joint Symposia 2018, 2018-09-18 - 2018-09-21

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Local EPrints ID: 442125
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/442125
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Last modified: 07 Jul 2020 16:49

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Author: Masaaki Sakakura
Author: Lei Wang
Author: Dam-Bé Douti
Author: Dmitrii Kliukin

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