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    • CW and Q-switched diode-pumped laser operation of Yb 3+:NaLa(MoO4)2 

      Mandrik, A. V.; Troshin, A. E.; Kisel, V. E.; Yasukevich, A. S.; Klavsut, G. N.; Kuleshov, N. V.; Pavlyuk, A. A. (Springer, 2005)
      Continuous wave (CW) and Q-switched diode-pumped laser operation of Yb3+:NaLa(MoO4)2 single crystal was to our knowledge, demonstrated for the first time. A CW output power of 220 mW and slope efficiency of 46% were obtained. Q-switched laser operation was achieved with a pulse duration of 60 ns average output power of 70mW and slope efficiency of 22%.
    • Don’t dismiss citations to journals not published in English 

      Lazarev, V. S.; Nazarovets, S. A. (Springer, 2018)
      Lazarev, V. S. Don’t dismiss citations to journals not published in English / V. S. Lazarev, S. A. Nazarovets // Nature. – 2018. – Vol. 556, № 7700. – P. 174.
    • Extreme Light Concentration Inside Plasmonic Gold and Silver Nanoparticles During Laser Irradiation 

      Astafyeva, L. G.; Pustovalov, V. K. (Springer, 2015)
      Computer modeling of the distributions of laser radiation intensities concentrated inside spherical gold and silver nanoparticles with the radii in the range 10–100 nm was carried out during laser irradiation with wavelengths 400, 532, and 800 nm. Distributions of laser intensity are inhomogeneous for investigated values of nanoparticle sizes and laser wavelengths. Here, we show ...
    • Ho:KLuW microchip laser intracavity pumped by a diode-pumped Tm:KLuW laser 

      Serres, J. M.; Loiko, P. A.; Mateos, X.; Yumashev, K. V.; Kuleshov, N. V.; Petrov, V.; Griebner, U.; Aguilo, M.; Diaz, F. (Springer, 2015)
      A compact intracavity-pumped microchip Ho laser is realized using stacked Tm:KLuW/Ho:KLuW crystals pumped by a laser diode at 805 nm; both crystals are cut for light propagation along the Ng optical indicatrix axis and emit with polarization along the Nm axis. Maximum CW output power of 285 mW is achieved at a wavelength of 2080 nm for 5.6 W absorbed pump power in the Tm:KLuW ...
    • Light-absorption selection of nanoparticles and nanofluids containing nanoparticles for their effective heating by solar radiation 

      Pustovalov, V. K.; Astafyeva, L.G.; Fritzsche, W. (Springer, 2017)
      Light-absorption selection of single nanoparticle for solar radiation requires the simultaneous fulfillment of all of the following novel conditions—maximal close (overlap) of the dependence of nanoparticle efficiency absorption factor on wavelength with the dependence solar irradiance, predominant role of nanoparticle absorption over its scattering, the use of maximal values of ...
    • Passive Q-switching of Yb bulk lasers by a graphene saturable absorber 

      Loiko, P. A.; Serres, J. M.; Mateos, X.; Liu, G.; Zhang, H.; Yasukevich, A. S.; Yumashev, K. V.; Petrov, V.; Griebner, U.; Aguilo, M.; Diaz, F. (Springer, 2016)
      Compact Yb:KLu(WO4)2 and Yb:LuVO4 lasers diode-pumped at 978 nm are passively Q-switched by a single-layer graphene saturable absorber. The Yb:KLu(WO4)2 laser generated 165 ns/0.49 μJ pulses at 1030 nm with 170 mW average output power and 12 % slope efficiency. With the Yb:LuVO4 laser, 152 ns/0.83 μJ pulses were achieved. The output power reached 300 mW at 1024 nm, and the slope ...
    • Pipeline Synthesis and Optimization from Branched Feedback Dataflow Programs 

      Prihozhy, A.; Casale-Brunet, S.; Bezati, E.; Mattavelli, M. (Springer, 2020)
      Large dataflow designs are a result of behavioral specification of modern complex digital systems and/or a result of unfolding and transforming looped and branched programs. Since deep-submicron silicon technology provides large amounts of available resources, pipelining optimization without (or with minimal) resource sharing can give significant advantages in performance. ...
    • Thermo-optic properties of Yb:Lu2O3 single crystals 

      Loiko, P. A.; Yumashev, K. V.; Schödel, R.; Peltz, M.; Liebald, C.; Mateos, X.; Deppe, B. (Springer, 2015)
      A detailed study of thermo-optic properties of 1.5 at.% Yb:Lu2O3 single crystal is performed. Thermo-optic dispersion formulas are derived for dn/dT coefficient and thermal coefficient of the optical path. At the wavelength of 1.03 μm, dn/dT = 5.8 × 10−6 K−1. High-precision temperature-dependent measurements of the thermal expansion coefficient α are performed. At the room ...