Laser Physics

The word Laser is an acronym for the most significant features of laser action: light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. Laser brought about a revolution in optical technology and spectroscopy, and had a far-reaching influence in various fields of science and technology. Laser physics is concerned with various physical aspects of the operation of lasers, such as the physics of laser gain media , the temporal evolution of light in the laser resonator, or the origins of laser noise, the sensitivity of laser resonators against thermal lensing effects or misalignment.

Laser physics is an essential requirement for good laser design and laser development. For example, an understanding of laser dynamics is important for designing Q-switched lasers. Correspondingly, a deep knowledge of the properties of optical resonators, and of the effects which usually affect resonator modes of lasers, is essential for resonator design. Also, the development of laser sources for ultrashort pulses needs the understanding of the essential properties of short optical pulses and their interaction with various components in a laser.


  • Laser systems
  • Fiber laser technology
  • Lasers in tissue engineering: Laser tissue interaction
  • Lasers in medicine
  • Laser in technology
  • Light emitting diode and organic laser
  • Fundamental symmetries and interactions
  • Nuclear physics applications
  • Accelerators and Instrumentation
  • Econophysics and sociophysics
  • Geology
  • Electrical engineering
  • Physical applications in chemistry
  • Quantum information of science
  • Vehical dynamics
  • Medical, Optical, Agro & Quantum chemistry

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