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    • All solid-state spectral broadening: An average and peak power scalable method for compression of ultrashort pulses 

      Seidel, Marcus; Arisholm, Gunnar; Brons, Jonathan; Pervak, Vladimir; Pronin, Oleg (2016)
      Spectral broadening in bulk material is a simple, robust and low-cost method to extend the bandwidth of a laser source. Consequently, it enables ultrashort pulse compression. Experiments with a 38 MHz repetition rate, 50 ...
    • Efficient High-Power Ultrashort Pulse Compression in Self-Defocusing Bulk Media 

      Seidel, Marcus; Brons, Jonathan; Arisholm, Gunnar; Fritsch, Kilian; Pervak, Vladimir; Pronin, Oleg (2017)
      Peak and average power scalability is the key feature of advancing femtosecond laser technology. Today, near-infrared light sources are capable of providing hundreds of Watts of average power. These sources, however, ...
    • High-energy bow tie multi-pass cells for nonlinear spectralbroadening applications 

      Heyl, Christoph M.; Seidel, Marcus; Escoto, Esmerando; Schönberg, Arthur; Carlström, Stefanos; Arisholm, Gunnar; Lang, Tino; Hartl, Ingmar (2022-01-24)
      Multi-pass cells (MPCs) have emerged as very attractive tools for spectral broadening and post-compression applications. We discuss pulse energy limitations of standard MPCs considering basic geometrical scaling principles ...
    • Multi-watt, multi-octave, mid-infrared femtosecond source 

      Seidel, Marcus; Xiao, Xiao; Hussain, Syed A.; Arisholm, Gunnar; Hartung, Alexander; Zawilski, Kevin T.; Schunemann, Peter; Habel, Florian; Trubetskov, Michael; Pervak, Vladimir; Pronin, Oleg; Krausz, Ferenc (2018)
      Spectroscopy in the wavelength range from 2 to 11 μm (900 to 5000 cm−1) implies a multitude of applications in fundamental physics, chemistry, as well as environmental and life sciences. The related vibrational transitions, ...