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Laser Seminar / NCCR MUST Seminar: Ultrafast Lasers for Photonics Fabrication and Integration , Optical Differentiation Wavefront Sens ing , and Adaptive Optics

Date Fr, 06.07.2018 - Fr, 06.07.2018
Time 11:00
Speaker Prof. Jie Qiao, Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
Location ETH Hönggerberg, HIT F32
Program The research on ultrafast-laser-based photonics fabrication and integration is highly interdisciplinary, intersecting applied physics, photonics, lasers, materials, precision controls, and imaging. The first part of the talk presents computational models, systems and physical processes on using ultrafast lasers to fabricate photonic devices and/or optical components, and the associated applications. The second part of the talk presents a new optical differentiation wavefront sensing technique based on far-field spatial modulation using a binary pixelated filter to introduce a linear amplitude transmission. This sensor is expected to offer phase measurement with higher spatial resolution, higher dynamic range and higher signal-to-noise ratio for astronomy, surface metrology, vison correction and phase imaging for biological cells. The last part of the talk focuses on coherent phasing of large-aperture optics and the realization of a 1.5-meter scale grating with three coherently phased segments, the design of deformable gratings for generating kilojoule, petawatt laser pulses and for creating next-generation multiple-meter-scale telescopes
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