Encyclopedia of Laser Physics and Technology. 2 Volume Set

  • ID: 2180303
  • Book
  • 856 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This authoritative two–volume encyclopedia helps to master the large variety of physical phenomena and technological aspects involved in laser technology and the wider field of photonics. Besides explaining in detail the physical principles and common techniques of laser operation, it also addresses such supplementary topics as ultrashort pulses, optical communications, optoelectronics, general optics, and quantum optics. References to selected scientific articles and textbooks aid readers in their further studies, and the cross–disciplinary approach makes this encyclopedia of huge benefit to a wide audience in industry, government, and academic research.
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Amplifiers

Beam

Bragg Gratings

Cavity

Chirp

Coherence

Communications

Dispersion

Doppler

Fibers and other waveguides

Fiber–optic sensors

Fluctuations and noise

Fluorescence

Gain

General optics

Lasers

Materials

Methods

Metrology

Nonlinear optics

Photonic devices

Physical foundations

Pulses

Quantum optics

Resonators

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Rüdiger Paschotta is an internationally recognized expert in areas such as lasers and amplifiers, nonlinear optics, fiber technology, ultrashort pulses, and noise in optics. He originally gained this expertise during a successful academic career, and later founded RP Photonics Consulting, providing services to companies within the photonics industry mostly in Europe and the United States. Dr. Paschotta thus combines the detailed expertise of a scientist with the practical sense of someone working mainly on industrial projects.
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