Cyber Laser Inc

Tokyo, Japan

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Tokyo, Japan
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Ishikawa T.,RIKEN | Ishikawa T.,Keio University | Eilanlou A.A.,RIKEN | Nabekawa Y.,RIKEN | And 10 more authors.
2015 11th Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim, CLEO-PR 2015 | Year: 2016

We report a Kerr lens mode-locked Yb:Lu2O3 ceramic oscillator with a pulse energy of 23.5 nJ, which is the highest value in bulk Yb:Lu2O3 ceramic oscillators, to the best of our knowledge. © 2015 IEEE.


Kanda N.,RIKEN | Kanda N.,University of Tokyo | Amani Eilanlou A.,RIKEN | Imahoko T.,Cyber Laser Inc | And 5 more authors.
Optics InfoBase Conference Papers | Year: 2013

We have generated 1-mJ pulses with a pulse duration of 520 fs at a repetition rate of 2.85 MHz in a mode-locked oscillator cavity. These pulses can be used for generating high-harmonics in the cavity. © 2013 Optical Society of America.


Kanda N.,RIKEN | Kanda N.,University of Tokyo | Eilanlou A.A.,RIKEN | Nabekawa Y.,RIKEN | And 5 more authors.
2014 IEEE Photonics Conference, IPC 2014 | Year: 2014

We have generated 1-mJ pulses with a pulse duration of 520 fs at a repetition rate of 2.85 MHz in a mode-locked oscillator cavity. These pulses can be used for generating high-harmonics in the cavity. © 2014 IEEE.


Ishikawa T.,RIKEN | Ishikawa T.,Keio University | Eilanlou A.A.,RIKEN | Nabekawa Y.,RIKEN | And 10 more authors.
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics | Year: 2015

We report Kerr lens mode-locking of a Yb:Lu2O3 bulk ceramic oscillator with an output power of 1.83W, a pulse duration of 135 fs at a repetition rate of 78 MHz, corresponding to a pulse energy of 23.5 nJ. Single-mode oscillation and Kerr lens mode-locking have been achieved with a special geometry using a multimode laser diode with a low brightness as a pump source. To the best of our knowledge, the obtained pulse energy is the highest in any mode-locked Yb:Lu2O3 bulk ceramic oscillator. © 2015 The Japan Society of Applied Physics.


Terakawa M.,Keio University | Takeda S.,Keio University | Takeda S.,Lyon Institute of Nanotechnologies | Tanaka Y.,Keio University | And 8 more authors.
Progress in Quantum Electronics | Year: 2012

The scattering physics of photons is traced back to Rayleigh scattering theory in 1871 and Mie scattering theory in 1908. However, the scattering near field and far field have recently emerged again as a new fundamental physics and innovative nanoprocessing technology in quantum electronics and photonic devices. An enhanced near field generated by plasmonic particles can concentrate optical energy into a nanoscale space as a nanolens even with near infrared laser pumping. This plasmonic nanophotonics extends the existing optical science to a new class of photonics inclusive of surface enhanced Raman scattering, nanoprocessing of advanced electronic and photonic materials, etc. The Mie scattering near field also opens up new fields. The Anderson localization of light in a planar random photonic crystal laser is also a new class of quantum electronics devices, where Slow Bloch Mode is scattered by artificial structural randomness in a photonic crystal. In this contribution we will review the recent efforts of our scattering photonics research, which have resulted in significant advances in the plasmonic surface photonics of near-field and far-field nano/micro photonics and the Anderson localization in random lasing. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.


Ahsan M.S.,Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | Ahsan M.S.,Khulna University of Engineering and Technology | Dewanda F.,Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | Lee M.S.,Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | And 2 more authors.
Applied Surface Science | Year: 2013

This paper demonstrates the fabrication of superhydrophobic soda-lime glass surface by engineering periodic microgratings with self-formed periodic micro-ripples inside the microgratings using a single beam femtosecond laser. The wetting property of the microstructured surface is improved from hydrophobic to superhydrophobic, presenting a water droplet contact angle ranges from 152°to 155°. The microstructured glass surface shows excellent transparency, which is higher than 77% in the visible spectrum. We strongly believe that our proposed technology can achieve superhydrophobic glass surfaces over a large area for applications in diverse fields. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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