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Laser-Material Interactions at Micro/Nanoscales: Volume 1365. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2130746
  • Book
  • November 2011
  • 152 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This volume includes a collection of papers presented in Symposium TT, 'Laser-Material Interactions at Micro/Nanoscales', at the Spring 2011 Materials Research Society Meeting held April 2011 in San Francisco. Laser-material interactions are of fundamental importance in a wide range of materials-related research and areas of technology, including green energy, photonics, electronics, environmental studies, biomedical imaging, medical treatment and optical spectroscopy. This symposium provided an interdisciplinary forum for scientists and engineers from different fields to discuss the physical, chemical, thermal and mechanical phenomena that occur during laser-material interactions at micro and nano scales. Research addressing new materials, processes, structures and surfaces synthesized by these methods for emerging fields was discussed. The symposium was well attended and received a large number of abstract submissions in the areas of ultrafast laser processing, laser ablation and deposition, process controls, nanomaterials, surface modification, laser materials interactions, polymerization, lithography and novel approaches in laser processing.
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Part I - Ultra-fast Laser Processing:
1. Transient localized material properties changes by ultrafast laser-pulse manipulation of electron dynamics in micro/nano manufacturing Lan Jiang;
2. Nanomorphing with ultrafast lasers and biomedical applications Alan Hunt;
3. Laser direct writing of nanocompounds Qingchuan Guo;
4. Nonlinear micro-processing of silicon by ultrafast fiber laser at 1552 nm Yoshiro Ito;
5. Ultrafast laser processing of hybrid micro- and nano-structures in silicate glasses Pavel Mardilovich;
6. Ultrafast photoluminescence in fused silica surface flaws susceptible to laser damage Ted Laurence;

Part II - Laser Ablation and Deposition, and Surface Modification:
7. Metal and metal-oxide nanoparticle synthesis by laser ablation of aqueous aerosols Kristofer Gleason;
8. Formation of foamy coatings by laser ablation of glass-ceramic substrates in the nanosecond regime substrate - temperature and wavelength dependence Daniel Sola;
9. Laser direct writing of graphene patterns Yong Feng Lu;
10. Closed-loop control of a laser assisted carbon nanotube growth process for interconnects in flexible electronics Yoeri van de Burgt;
11. Laser welding of transparent high performance polymer foils by using silver nanoparticles as absorption layer Matthias Neuber;

Part III - Laser-Material Interactions at Micro/Nanoscales:
12. Laser-assisted surface engineering of thin film electrode materials for lithium-ion batteries Wilhelm Pfleging;
13. What can lasers do in the nano-fabrication of carbon-nanotube-based devices? Yong Feng Lu;
14. Micro-structuring of metal films by localized single-pulse laser irradiation Daniel Georgiev;
15. Assembly of carbon nanotube devices by tip-induced optical trapping Yong Feng Lu;
16. High photosensitivity two-photon photoresists for large area surface microstructuring Robert DeVoe;
17. Optimization of cavity length to obtain low threshold solid-state dye laser Xuan-Ming Duan.
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Yongfeng Lu University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Craig B. Arnold Princeton University, New Jersey.

Costas P. Grigoropoulos University of California, Berkeley.

Michael Stuke
Steven M. Yalisove University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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