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We report on the development of an efficient and simple picosecond diode-pumped solid-state laser source with versatile repetition rate (typically 1Hz-1 MHz) for material processing applications.
We developed a high-resolution microscope based on three-dimensional structured illumination generated with two spatial light modulators. This setup enables both lateral resolution improvement by a factor two and axial localization of point like objects with nanometric precision.
We developed a total internal reflection fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope to perform functional imaging of living cells membranes labeled with FRET couples. Forster resonance energy transfer efficiency can thus be followed with subwavelength axial resolution.
We demonstrate for the first time, to our best knowledge, diode-pumped passively-mode-locked Nd:YVO<sub>4</sub> laser, operating on the <sup>4</sup>F<sub>3/2</sub>-<sup>4</sup>I<sub>9/2</sub> transition of the neodymium ion at 914 nm.
In this article, the generation of a visible ps polarized-supercontinuum in a new highly birefringent fiber was demonstrated together with the mechanisms involved.