Access is opened to an ultrashort laser damage test bench able to measure the laser-induced damage fluence threshold of materials and optical components down to 10 fs in air and under vacuum conditions.

Laser-based light source parameters

1TW - 100 Hz - 25 fs

Source type
Ti:Sa laser
Photon energy range / wavelength range
750 - 850 [nm]
Peak Photon energy / central wavelenght
800 [nm]
Spectral Bandwidth FWHM / %
80 [nm]
Beam shape
Gaussian
Pulse duration FWHM
25 [fs]
Pulse repetition rate
100 [Hz]
Maximum pulse energy
25 [mJ]
Pulse energy fluctuations %
1 * 10-2 [sigma]
Peak power
1 * 1012 [W]
Contrast
1 * 10-10 [ps]
Peak intensity on target
1 * 1015 [W/cm2]
Pointing stability on target
10 [%]

XPW beam line

Source type
laser Ti:Sa
Photon energy range / wavelength range
700 - 900 [nm]
Peak Photon energy / central wavelenght
800 [nm]
Spectral Bandwidth FWHM / %
120 [nm]
Beam shape
Gaussian
Pulse duration FWHM
10 [fs]
Pulse repetition rate
100 [Hz]
Maximum pulse energy
1 * 10-1 [mJ]
Pulse energy fluctuations %
2 * 10-2 [sigma]
Peak power
1 * 1010 [W]
Contrast
1 * 10-11 [ps]
Pointing stability on target
10 [%]
Beam diameter
10 [um]
contacts
Olivier UTEZA
Techniques
Absorption
  • Time-resolved studies
Emission or Reflection
  • Time-resolved studies
Disciplines
Engineering & Technology
  • Other - Engineering & Technology
Material Sciences
  • Other - Material Sciences
Physics
  • Other - Physics
Address
www.lp3.univ-mrs.fr/spip.php?article265
control/Data analysis
Control Software Type
  • Labview
Data Output Type
  • -
Data Output Format
  • -
Other Equipment Available On Site
SEM, AFM, confocal and optical microscopes to characterize laser damages
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