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Ultrafast Optics UFO IX

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Date Mo, 04.03.2013 - Fr, 08.03.2013
Location Davos Congress Centre
Program The use of picosecond, femtosecond and attosecond optical pulses in physics, chemistry, engineering, and medicine to study ultrafast phenomena has become widespread and led to the establishment of whole disciplines such as femtochemistry, soliton fiber communications, multiphoton confocal microscopy, ultrafast high-field physics, attophysics, etc. In each case, the accurate generation, amplification and measurement of ultrashort-duration optical radiation has been critical.

The purpose of this meeting is to bring together both the users and/or developers of ultrafast optical technology with the specific goal of discussing the technology itself, i.e., to report on the state of the art with respect to generation, amplification and measurement of ultrafast optical pulses.

The scope of the UFO includes:

Generation of atto-, femto- and piccosecond optical pulses from lasers
Parametric and quantum amplifiers of ultrashort pulses
Ultrahigh peak-power laser systems and related technologies
Novel methods for shaping and measuring ultrashort pulses
Advances in nonlinear frequency conversion techniques
Few-cycle pulses, carrier-envelope phase control
Ultrashort THz pulses
Current and prospective applications requiring novel or improved ultrafast sources and technologies

Th. Südmeyer (Uni NE)

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