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SPIE Laser Damage 2014 Call for Papers

SPIE Laser Damage 2014

Present your work at SPIE Laser Damage 2014, a comprehensive resource for the exchange of information on high-power/high-energy lasers. Scientists and engineers continue research in these areas as well as materials and thin films, durability, properties modeling, testing, and component fabrication. Don't miss this chance to share your work and exchange ideas with leaders in the field.

Call for Papers PDF  (970 kB)

Submit your abstract | Select from the lists below for topic areas

Abstract Due Date: To accommodate the Laser Damage community, the abstract due date has been extended to 28 April 2014.

Laser-induced damage issues:
Photonic bandgap materials
High-power fiber lasers
Fibers for high-power laser applications
High-power/ultra-fast lasers
Multi-layer thin films
Nonlinear optical and laser host materials
Laser damage in new high-power laser systems
Related laser-induced damage issues:
Measurement protocols
Materials characterization
Fundamental mechanisms
Contamination of optical components
Surface and bulk defects
Metamaterials
Thermal management of high-power lasers
Applications of laser damage:
EUV
Mirrors
Nanostructures of optical materials and gratings

+ Mini-Symposium: Applications related to laser damage
+ Tutorial: Fundamentals of Growth and Characterization of Amorphous
                 Thin Films for Interference Coatings 
+ Thin Film Damage Competition


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of optics and photonics research papers.

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Important Author Dates

Abstracts Due 
To accommodate the Laser Damage community, the abstract due date has been extended to 28 April 2014

Author Notification Date
2 June 2014

Proceedings Manuscripts Due
13 October 2014


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