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High-power frequency-converted fiber lasers for scientific applications

Investment in high-power fiber laser technology for industrial processing and military applications has enabled commercial lasers with hundreds of Watts of diffraction-limited output to come to market. These lasers are ideal pump sources for high-power (10s to 100s of Watts), widely tunable optical parametric oscillators which may be tuned from the visible to the mid-infrared (600nm to 4600nm wavelength), with linewidth and tuning properties suitable for atomic physics research. We will discuss the capabilities of such sources and describe user applications of Lockheed Martin’s Argos OPO product, which is already widely used in high resolution spectroscopy research.

Two talks will be given:
Dec 2nd (Tuesday), 1pm Jefferson 250, Harvard
Dec 3rd (Wednesday), 12pm (noon) CUA seminar room 26-214, MIT

Contact:

Angus Henderson
Program and Technical Lead - Advanced Laser Products Lockheed Martin Laser & Sensor Systems Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training
22121 20th Ave SE, Bothell, WA 98021
Phone: 415.613.1620

Nyah Friend
Business Development Lead - Advanced Laser Products Lockheed Martin Laser & Sensor Systems Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training
22121 20th Ave SE, Bothell, WA 98021
Phone: 425.877.2391
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