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Study of the properties of solid materials and how those properties are determined by the material's composition and structure, both macroscopic and microscopic. ; proceedings.
Symposium on Ultrafast Lasers for Materials Science (2004: Boston, MA) Ed. by Michael J. Kelley et al.
Materials Research Society
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Kelley (Jefferson Lab, US), Kreutz (U. of Technology Aachen, Germany), Li (Panasonic Boston Laboratory, US), and Pique (Naval Research Laboratory Noun 1. Naval Research Laboratory - the United States Navy's defense laboratory that conducts basic and applied research for the Navy in a variety of scientific and technical disciplines
NRL , US) present 29 papers from the November/December 2004 Materials Research Society symposium of the same name, organized with the goal of bringing together researchers exploring the use of ultrafast lasers for materials synthesis, processing, and analysis. The sessions of the symposium covered fundamental science and technology of ultrafast lasers, materials characterization, laser ablation Laser ablation is the process of removing material from a solid (or occasionally liquid) surface by irradiating it with a laser beam. At low laser flux, the material is heated by the absorbed laser energy and evaporates or sublimes. and deposition, micromachining and nanostructuring, synthesis of nanoparticles and nanowiries, and direct-writing of waveguides in transparent materials. Specific topics selected from the ten invited papers include phase change mechanisms in pulsed laser-matter interaction, high power THz generation form sub- ps bunches of relativistic rel·a·tiv·is·tic
1. Of or relating to relativism.
a. Of, relating to, or resulting from speeds approaching the speed of light: relativistic increase in mass. electrons, micro- and nano-structured optical fibers as artificial media for amplification amplification /am·pli·fi·ca·tion/ (33000) (am?pli-fi-ka´shun) the process of making larger, such as the increase of an auditory stimulus, as a means of improving its perception. of light, modification and color markings in glasses by UV laser radiation, and generation of new nanomaterials by interfering femtosecond laser processing.
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