A New Approach to Few-Cycle Pulse Compression
Attosecond science is enabled by nonlinear compression of intense laser pulses. Researchers from the University of Central Florida and Binghamton University suggest a new approach to few-cycle pulse compression. Using a PHAROS laser from Light Conversion, they demonstrated a record > 45× single-stage pulse compression and supercontinuum generation in XUV.
The paper describing the research is entitled “Multioctave supercontinuum generation and frequency conversion based on rotational nonlinearity.”
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