Optics and Quantum Electronics Group | Prof. James G. Fujimoto, Prof. Erich P. Ippen, Prof. Franz X. Kaertner
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The RLE Optics and Quantum Electronics group pursues fundamental investigations of ultra-scale optical and quantum phenomena to advance the technologies of lasers, large-scale photonic integration, all-optical networks, photonic bandgap devices, frequency metrology, optical communications, nanoelectronic devices, biomedical optical imaging, and quantum computing. Work includes the development of solid state lasers and femtosecond pulse generation techniques which can achieve extremely high time resolutions on the femtosecond time scale, novel double-chirped mirrors, optical fiber lasers that can produce either high power femtosecond pulses, as well as short cavity fiber lasers, semiconductor saturable absorber mirrors, photonic bandgap resonators, and semiconductor quantum dots .

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08.15.2011

First demonstration of high-energy pulse synthesis with sub-cycle waveform control for strong laser physics

 

Franz X. Kaertner Lab TourFranz X. Kärtner Lab Tour

 

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