Ultrashort Pulses

Abstract

Ultrashort pulses usually are defined as those lasting less than a nanosecond. Low-energetic ultrashort pulses can be used, for instance, as a probe for studying the dynamics of ultrafast processes. Amplifying these pulses can deliver extremely high peak power, allowing applications such as laser particle acceleration, or γ-ray generation via Compton… (More)

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