UNIQUE LASER MICROCHIP DESIGNED BY BEYLORUSSIAN SCIENTISTS
A specimen of a laser microchip with in-cavity impulse compression on a forced combination scattering has been designed, theoretically proved, and built by scientists at the Institute of Physics of the Beylorussian Academy of Sciences. Academician Valentin Orlovich, project coordinator, acting chairman of the Scientific Council of the Beylorussian Republican Fund for Fundamental Studies, said that the project is the first step in the development of a new class of laser equipment capable of generating extremely short light impulses in the compact devices that require insignificant power consumption.
Beylorussian scientists produced 50 kW impulses to show the potential of effective nonlinear optic frequency transformation of the produced radiation within 600 to 240 nm range. The microchips can be used in spectroscopy, nonlinear optics, medicine, and environment protection.
The simple, compact and low-cost laser microchip was developed by the international team of scientists engaged in a project of the International Science and Technology Center. The scientists from two German universities and a French universities partook in the project though ?the discovery couldn?t have been happened without the Beylorussian scientists?, according to Academician Orlov. The paperwork for a patent was forwarded to the Beylorussian National Center of Intellectual Property. The patent application to Eurasian Patent Agency is ready for submission.
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