Accession Number : ADA208382


Title :   Ultrafast Phenomena 6. Proceedings of the International Conference (6th) Held in Kyoto, Japan on July 12-15, 1988. Springer Series in Chemical Physics, Volume 48


Corporate Author : OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA WASHINGTON DC


Personal Author(s) : Yajima, T ; Yoshihara, K ; Harris, C B ; Shionoya, S


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a208382.pdf


Report Date : Jan 1988


Pagination or Media Count : 636


Abstract : This volume is a collection of papers presented at the Sixth International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena. In addition to the achievement of short pulses far below 10 fs, which is almost the inherent limit in the visible region, extensions in wavelength range, power levels and other performance parameters of ultrashort light pulses are prominent. With these high-performance light sources, ultrafast phenomena in physical, chemical and biological systems and in artificial devices are being studied extensively and earnestly. Contents of this volume include the following topics: Generation, Amplification and Compression of Ultrashort Light Pulses;Generation of Short-Wavelength Ultrashort Light Pulses: Propagation, Control and Measurement of Ultrashort Light Pulses; Opto-Electronics and Communications; Application to Solid-State Physics; Dynamical Processes in Semiconductor Quantum Wells and Microstructures; Nonlinear Optics, coherent Spectroscopy and Spectroscopic Methods; Dynamics on Surface and at Interfaces; Energy Transfer and Relaxation; Chemical Reaction and Solvation Dynamics, and Dynamics of Biological Processes.


Descriptors :   *PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTIONS , SHORT PULSES , MICROSTRUCTURE , SYMPOSIA , HIGH RATE , SPECTROSCOPY , DYNAMICS , PARAMETERS , COHERENCE , ENERGY TRANSFER , SEMICONDUCTORS , JAPAN , SURFACES , LIGHT SOURCES , NONLINEAR SYSTEMS , LIGHT PULSES , VISIBILITY , QUANTUM ELECTRONICS , SOLVATION , SOLID STATE PHYSICS , POWER LEVELS , OPTICS


Subject Categories : Optics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE