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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2020
Symposium Ceramic and Crystal Materials for Optics and Photonics
Presentation Title Giant Micro-photonics toward Table-top XFEL
Author(s) Takunori Taira
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Takunori Taira
Abstract Scope We propose a new architecture to realize a monolithic multi-disk laser by the surface activated bonding (SAB). This multiple thin-disk or micro-chip gain medium base distributed face cooling (DFC) structure has an excellent thermal management with high-gain to realize the high-power and high-field laser with compact system. With Nd:YAG/sapphire DFC-chip, a sub-nanosecond 21.5mJ, 32.5 MW pulsed microchip laser was achieved. Today, multi-J class output energy DFC-chip amplification at room temperature operation could be realized. Nonlinear optics could expand the potential of high-brightness laser source. A large aperture quasi-phase matching (QPM) device of LA-PPMgLN enable the high-efficient optical generation of narrowband THz waves for the newly proposed dielectric particle acceleration (THz-DLA). These downsized and modularized tiny integrated lasers (TILA) promise the “Giant Micro-photonics“ extremely high-brightness lasers to open up the new science, such as laser driven electron accelerator toward table-top XFEL, and innovation by the compact power laser.


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Giant Micro-photonics toward Table-top XFEL
Investigation Into Improving Scintillation Properties of Cesium Hafnium Chloride
Manipulating Properties via Grain Size Engineering in Transparent Ceramics
Microstructural Evolution and Cantilever Bending of AlON Transparent Ceramics
Nano-phosphor Materials Synthesized by Novel Soft Chemistry, Water-assisted Solid-state Reaction Method
Plate/Powder Form of Single Crystal Phosphors for High-brightness White Lighting
Self Activated Ca3Si2O7 + Ca2SiO4:Dy3+ Phosphors Derived from Agro-food Wastes
ZnS:Ag Scintillators: Synthesis, Microstructure, and Luminescence

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