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Laser Quantum webinar: Few-cycle optical parametric amplifiers - the next generation of high power amplifier systems

Laser Quantum Venteon Ultra

Above: Laser Quantum's Venteon Ultra: Few cycle short pulse femtosecond laser system

This webinar from Laser Quantum looks into the pioneering field of few-cycle OPCPA systems, an important enabling technology for applications requiring high photon flux. The webinar will cover the technology and physics of modern OPCPA systems, the scalability in terms of pulse energy and repetition rate, and a focus on few-cycle pulse generation with stable carrier-envelope phase. This webinar looks into the pioneering field of few-cycle OPCPA systems, an important enabling technology for applications requiring high photon flux. The webinar will cover the technology and physics of modern OPCPA systems, the scalability in terms of pulse energy and repetition rate, and a focus on few-cycle pulse generation with stable carrier-envelope phase. The webinar will take place on Tuesday June 20 2017, at 4:00pm CEST (3:00 BST, or midnight Australian Eastern Standard Time).

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