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Ultrafast Phenomena IV

Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference Monterey, California, June 11–15, 1984

  • David H. Auston
  • Kenneth B. Eisenthal
Conference proceedings

Part of the Springer Series in Chemical Physics book series (CHEMICAL, volume 38)

Table of contents

  1. Solid State Physics and Nonlinear Optics

    1. X.-C. Zhang, Y. Hefetz, A. V. Nurmikko
      Pages 176-180
    2. Y. K. Jhee, M. F. Becker, R. M. Walser
      Pages 187-189
    3. J. Etchepare, G. Grillon, I. Thomazeau, J. P. Chambaret, A. Orszag
      Pages 196-198
    4. A. Miller, R. J. Manning, A. M. Fox, J. H. Marsh
      Pages 199-201
    5. T. F. Boggess, S. C. Moss, I. W. Boyd, A. L. Smirl
      Pages 202-204
    6. M. J. Soileau, W. E. Williams, E. W. Van Stryland, S. Guha, H. Vanherzeele, J. L. W. Pohlmann et al.
      Pages 205-207
    7. M. Sheikbahae, P. Mukherjee, M. Hasselbeck, H. S. Kwok
      Pages 208-210
    8. G. Arjavalingam, J. H. Glownia, P. P. Sorokin
      Pages 211-214
  2. Coherent Pulse Propagation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 215-215
    2. S. L. Palfrey, T. F. Heinz, K. B. Eisenthal
      Pages 216-219
    3. Joshua E. Rothenberg, D. Grischkowsky, A. C. Balant
      Pages 220-223
    4. D. A. Wiersma, D. P. Weitekamp, K. Duppen
      Pages 224-225
    5. H. Nakatsuka, S. Asaka, M. Fujiwara, M. Matsuoka
      Pages 226-229
    6. A. M. Weiner, S. De Silvestri, E. P. Ippen
      Pages 230-232
    7. H. Vanherzeele, J.-C. Diels
      Pages 233-235
    8. J.-C. Keller, J.-L. Le Gouët
      Pages 236-238
  3. Stimulated Scattering

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 243-243
    2. N. Fabricius, K. Nattermann, D. von der Linde
      Pages 258-262
    3. W. Zinth, M. C. Nuss, W. Kaiser
      Pages 263-265
    4. T. L. Gustafson, D. A. Chernoff, J. F. Palmer, D. M. Roberts
      Pages 266-269
    5. G. M. Gale, M. L. Geirnaert, P. Guyot-Sionnest, C. Flytzanis
      Pages 270-273
    6. S. A. Akhmanov, N. I. Koroteev, S. A. Magnitskii, V. B. Morozov, A. P. Tarassevich, V. G. Tunkin et al.
      Pages 278-281
  4. Transient Laser Photochemistry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 283-283
    2. A. J. Campillo, L. S. Goldberg, P. E. Schoen
      Pages 289-291
    3. Philippe Bado, Charles G. Dupuy, John P. Bergsma, Kent R. Wilson
      Pages 296-299
    4. M. Berg, A. L. Harris, J. K. Brown, C. B. Harris
      Pages 300-303
    5. L. Manring, K. Peters
      Pages 304-307
    6. G. W. Robinson, J. Lee, R. A. Moore
      Pages 313-316
    7. H. Miyasaka, H. Masuhara, N. Mataga
      Pages 317-319
    8. D. Statman, W. A. Jalenak, G. W. Robinson
      Pages 320-322
    9. Y. Gauduel, A. Migus, J. L. Martin, J. M. Lemaitre, A. Antonetti
      Pages 323-325
    10. F. E. Doany, R. M. Hochstrasser
      Pages 326-328
  5. Molecular Energy Redistribution, Transfer, and Relaxation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 329-329
    2. E. L. Sibert III, J. S. Hutchinson, J. T. Hynes, W. P. Reinhardt
      Pages 336-340
    3. K. Yoshihara, M. Sumitani, D. V. O’Connor, Y. Takagi, N. Nakashima
      Pages 345-350
    4. N. Tamai, I. Yamazaki, H. Masuhara, N. Mataga
      Pages 355-358

About these proceedings

Introduction

The motivating idea of the first Topical Meeting on Picosecond Phenomena, which took place at Hilton Head Island in 1978, was to bring together scien­ tists and engineers in a congenial setting who were developing picosecond lasers with those who were applying them to problems in chemistry, physics, electronics, and biology. The field has advanced remarkably in the following six years. This is reflected in the size of the conference which has more than doubled in the past six years and now includes scientists from many countries around the world. As evidenced by the papers in this volume, the appl ication of ultrafast 1 ight pulses continues to grow in new and diverse directions encompassing an increasingly wide range of subject areas. This progress has gone hand-in-hand with the development of new and more precise methods of generating and measuring ultrafast light pulses, which now extend well into the femtosecond time domain. It was this latter advance which was responsible for changing the name of the conference to Ultrafast Phenomena. The 1984 meeting was held at the Monterey Conference Center in Monterey, Cal ifornia from June 11 to 15 under the sponsorship of the Optical Society of America. A total of 320 registered participants, including 65 students, attended the three and one-half day conference. The overall enthusiasm of the participants, the high quality of the research presented, and ambiance of the setting combined to produce a successful and enjoyable conference.

Keywords

Absorption Dispersion X-ray continuous wave electronics fluorescence kinetics laser laser diode laser spectroscopy nonlinear optics phase transition scattering semiconductor spectroscopy

Editors and affiliations

  • David H. Auston
    • 1
  • Kenneth B. Eisenthal
    • 2
  1. 1.AT & T Bell LaboratoriesMurray HillUSA
  2. 2.Department of ChemistryColumbia UniversityNew YorkUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-82378-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1984
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-82380-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-82378-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0172-6218
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