Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Solids [E-Book] : Advances and Applications / edited by Baldassare Di Bartolo.
Bartolo, Baldassare Di, (editor)
Boston, MA : Springer, 1994
XXIX, 635 p. online resource.
NATO ASI Series, Series B: Physics ; 339
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Table of Contents:
  • Intrinsic Nonlinearity of the Interaction between Radiation Fields and Atoms
  • The Spin-Photon Echo Revisited
  • Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Inorganic Materials: Excitons in Semiconductors
  • High Resolution Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Rare Earth Ions in Solids
  • Advances in Solid State Lasers
  • Quantum Noise in Parametric Amplification
  • Two- and Three-Photon Spectroscopy of Solids
  • Nonlinear Spectroscopy of the Electron-Hole Plasma in Semiconductors
  • Long Seminars
  • The Two-Photon Laser
  • Definition of Coherence
  • Optical Nonlinearities of Color Centers in Alkali Halides
  • Electronic and Optical Properties of Lower-Dimensional Semiconductor Systems
  • Recombination Dynamics and Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Quantum Dots
  • Solitons in Optical Fibers and their Use in Ultra Long Distance, High Bit Rate Transmission
  • Energy Transfer Mechanisms and Excited State Dynamics of Yb3+, Tm3+ and Ho3+ Doped Gd3Ga5O12 Single Crystals
  • Nanoparticles in Amorphous Solids and their Nonlinear Properties
  • Up-Conversion and Excited State Absorption in Laser Crystals and Glasses: Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Non-Linear Effects in Insulating Laser Crystals
  • Computer Modeling of Nonlinearities
  • Rate Equation Modeling of Energy Transfer Processes
  • Special Seminars
  • Cold Fusion Four Years Later
  • Science and Theology. Scientific Mentality and Christian Faith
  • Short Seminars
  • Enhanced Red to Blue Conversion Luminescence of Tm3+ in Yb3+ Doped Fluorophosphate Glasses
  • Capturing a Phase Transition: The Dielectric Constant of GaAs Following an Intense Ultrashort Optical Excitation
  • Second Harmonic Generation in Movpe ZnTe Waveguides
  • Negative Differential Mobility of Semiconductor Devices
  • Rare-Earth Doped Semiconductors for Linear and Nonlinear Optical Applications
  • Nonlinear Spectroscopy in CdSe: Exciton Coherence and Dynamics
  • Two Photon Processes Involving Simultaneous Electric and Magnetic Dipole Transition Moments
  • Laser Spectroscopy of Atoms and Ions in Superfluid Helium
  • Mixed-Mode Polaritons
  • Synthetic Diamond: The Optical Band at 1.883 eV
  • Picosecond Radiationless Relaxation of the F-Center in NaBr Induced by Hydrogen Impurities
  • Silver Atoms Isolated in Rare Gas Crystals: Time Resolved Investigation of Excited State Dynamics
  • Site-Selection by Up-Conversion in CsCdBr3:Er3+
  • Electron-Hole Droplet Formation in Indirect AlXGa1?XAs
  • Dynamics of Carrier Induced Screening of the Piezoelectric Fields in CdS/CdSe Superlattices
  • Optical Switching in CdS
  • Photoreflectance: A Poor Man’s Approach to Non-Linear Spectroscopy
  • The Effect of Crystal Anisotropy of the Infrared Reflectivity of 6H-SiC
  • Second Harmonic Generation in DNA
  • Infrared to Visible Up-Conversion in Cs3Yb2Cl9:Tm3+
  • Nonlinear Behavior of Luminescence Emission Intensity of Rare Earth Ions with High Excitation Energy
  • Study of Healing and Interdiffusion Processes at Particle-Particle Junction during Latex Film Formation by Fluorecence Technique
  • Fast Scintillator Glasses which are Hard to Nuclear Radiations
  • Transient Hold-Burning and Excited State Dynamics in a Co-Ordination Compound
  • Electrodynamics of Thin Film Waveguides
  • Temperature Distribution in an Er: YAG Laser Rod during Flash Lamp Pumping
  • Electronic Energy Level Structure of Er3+ Doped into 3 Garnet Hosts
  • Posters
  • Threshold Behavior of Microcavity Lasers
  • Calculation of the THG, Two and Three Photon Absorption in C60 and C70 Molecules
  • Low Frequency Raman Scattering from Thermally Treated Oxide Glasses
  • BaLiF3:Ni2+ — Spectroscopic Analysis of Laser Capabilities
  • Study of a Diode-Pumped Laser YLF: Tm, Ho Laser at 2?m
  • Decay Behavior of Excited Nd Ions in KYF4 Crystals
  • Summary of the Course
  • Picture of the Participants
  • Participants.