Asynchronous Optical Sampling
In the asynchronous optical sampling technique two femtosecond lasers with slightly detuned repetition rates are used to do fast time domain scanning. This is advantageous for ultrafast time-domain spectroscopy that can evaluate carrier relaxation, lattice vibrations, and other collective dynamic phenomena (polaritons, plasmons, superconductivity, phase transitions etc) in solids, semiconductors and gases.
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: Development of a multi-channel time-to-space terahertz spectrometer
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: Wideband detection of transient solid-state dynamics using ultrafast fiber lasers and asynchronous optical sampling
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: High-performance fiber-laser-based terahertz spectrometer
- SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: Design and fabrication of ultrasonic transducers with nanoscale dimensions