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Commercial and biomedical applications of ultrafast lasers II

24-25 January, 2000, San Jose, California

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Published by SPIE in Bellingham, Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lasers in medicine -- Congresses.,
  • Lasers in biology -- Congresses.,
  • Lasers -- Industrial applications -- Congresses.,
  • Laser pulses, Ultrashort -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and author index.

    StatementJoseph Neev, Murray K. Reed, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesSPIE proceedings series ;, v. 3934, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3934.
    ContributionsNeev, Joseph., Reed, Murray K., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR857.L37 C65 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 114 p. :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6901081M
    ISBN 100819435511
    LC Control Number00711701
    OCLC/WorldCa44396130

      The unique characteristics of ultrafast lasers, such as picosecond and femtosecond lasers, have opened up new avenues in materials processing that employ ultrashort pulse widths and extremely high Cited by: We show material processing results obtained with a diode- pumped ultrafast regenerative amplifier that produces 5 μJ, fs pulses at : Michael Armas, Murray K. Reed.

    The temporal high-contrast structure of intense, ultrashort optical pulses is important for many laser-matter interactions. I propose to distinguish four different temporal structures of the ultrashort pulses: wings, pedestal, (ASE) background, and by: 1. Commercial and Biomedical Applications of Ultra-Fast Lasers II January, , San Jose by Neev, Joseph, Reed, Murray ISBN: List .

    Title(s): Commercial and biomedical applications of ultrafast lasers II: January, , San Jose, California/ Joseph Neev, Murray K. Reed, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering. The early detection and treatment of pathological change tissue has long been a medical priority. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a new kind of noninvasive cross- sectional imaging technique. In this paper, experimentally we set up the first OCT system in China that can be obtaining 2D image of biological samples. OCT performs optical ranging in tissue by use of a .


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Covering high-energy ultrafast amplifiers and solid-state, fiber, and diode lasers, this reference examines recent developments in high-speed laser technology.

It presents a comprehensive survey of ultrafast laser technology, its applications, and future trends in various scientific and industrial areas.4/5(1). Ultrafast lasers are finding many applications in medicine and biology. Pulses from such systems can be used directly or after non-linear modification.

Direct utilisation includes time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy and by: 1. A ut ho r(s), "T it le o f Pa p er, " in Com mercial and Biomedical Applic ations of Ultrafast Lasers IX, edi ted by Joseph Neev, Stefa n Nolte, A l exander Heisterkamp, Rick P.

Trebino. Lasers begin appearing on the commercial market through companies such as Trion Instruments Inc., Perkin-Elmer, and Spectra-Physics.

March At the second International Quantum Electronics meeting, Robert W. Hellwarth of Hughes Research Labs presents theoretical work suggesting that a dramatic improvement in the ruby laser could be.

In this paper, experimentally we set up the first OCT system in China that can be obtaining 2D image of biological samples. OCT performs optical ranging in tissue by use of a fiber-optic Michelson interferometer with a low illuminating source, a tunable mode-locked Ti:Sapphire femtosecond pulse laser source, with center wavelength of by: 1.

Commercial and biomedical applications of ultrafast lasers III: JanuarySan Jose, California, USA Author: Joseph Neev ; Andreas Ostendorf ; Christopher B Schaffer ; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.

The use of femtosecond lasers allows materials processing of practically any material with extremely high precision and minimal collateral damage. Advantages over conventional laser machining (using pulses longer than a few tens of picoseconds) are realized by depositing the laser energy into the electrons of the material on a time scale short compared to the transfer Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm.

Contents: Commercial and biomedical applications of ultrafast lasers IV: Ultrafast laser/tissue interactions ; Nonlinear microscopy ; Materials processing and micromachining ; Ultrafast laser sources ; Industrial applications --Biomedical applications of free-electron lasers II.

The eye is potentially an ideal target for high precision surgical procedures utilizing ultrafast lasers. We present progress on corneal applications now being tested in humans and proof of concept ex vivo demonstrations of new applications in the sclera and by: 2.

Laser Surface Modification of Biomaterials: Techniques and Applications covers this expanding field, which has many potential applications, including biomaterials. Laser surface modification of biomaterials enables the production of hybrid materials with different functionality in the bulk as well as the thin, sub-micrometer surface layer.

The output of an ultrafast laser has various remarkable properties which are of interest for a wide range of applications: In some cases, the crucial property is the ultrashort pulse duration itself – for example, for pump–probe measurements, for distance measurements with lasers with the time-of-flight method, for electro-optic sampling, the generation and detection of terahertz.

The unique 3D capability of fs-laser writing is overviewed next for the creation of new materials and strategic fields of telecommunicationsand various biomedical applicati 23, 71 Cited by: Get this from a library.

Commercial and biomedical applications of ultrafast lasers III: JanuarySan Jose, California, USA. [Joseph Neev; Andreas Ostendorf; Christopher B Schaffer; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; Clark. Ultra Fast Fiber Lasers: Principles and Applications with MATLAB® Models is a self-contained reference for engineers and others in the fields of applied photonics and optical communications.

Covering both fundamentals and advanced research, this book includes both theoretical and experimental by: 5. The medical applications for ultra short pulse lasers (USPLs) and their associated commercial potential are reviewed.

Short pulse lasers offer the surgeon the possibility of precision cutting or disruption of tissue with virtually no thermal or mechanical damage to the surrounding by: 8.The eye is potentially an ideal target for high precision surgical procedures utilizing ultrafast lasers.

We present progress on corneal applications now being tested in humans and proof of concept ex vivo demonstrations of new applications in the sclera and lens. Two corneal refractive procedures were tested in partially sighted human eyes: creation of corneal flaps.

Covering high-energy ultrafast amplifiers and solid-state, fiber, and diode lasers, this reference examines recent developments in high-speed laser technology. It presents a comprehensive survey of ultrafast laser technology, its applications, and future trends in various scientific and industrial areas.

Topics include: micromachining applications.