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Ultrafast optics

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Ultrafast optics could be defined as studying the generation, amplification, manipulation, and applications of ultrashort pulses of light, typically with a time scale of the order of femtosecond and below. Such pulses allow the study of ultrafast phenomena (e.g., ultrafast dynamics of electrons) that otherwise would remain unexplored using more conventional optical techniques.

This Collection will present original research in ultrafast optics, highlighting the latest development in the generation of ultrashort light pulses, the optical component required at these time scales, as well as ultrafast optical techniques and applications.

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Ultrafast optics could be defined as studying the generation, amplification, manipulation, and applications of ultrashort pulses of light, typically with a time scale of the order of femtosecond and below. Such pulses allow the study of ultrafast phenomena (e.g., ultrafast dynamics of electrons) that otherwise would remain unexplored using more conventional optical techniques.

This Collection will present original research in ultrafast optics, highlighting the latest development in the generation of ultrashort light pulses, the optical component required at these time scales, as well as ultrafast optical techniques and applications.

 

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