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Laser refrigeration of solids

Richard I. Epstein

Laser refrigeration of solids

23-24 January 2008, San Jose, California, USA

by Richard I. Epstein

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Published by SPIE in Bellingham, Wash .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references and author index.

StatementRichard I. Epstein, Mansoor Sheik-Bahae, editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE
SeriesProceedings of SPIE -- v. 6907, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 6907.
ContributionsSociety of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC689.5.L35 L375 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24527907M
ISBN 100819470821
ISBN 109780819470829
LC Control Number2010455188
OCLC/WorldCa217277977

In the recent decades, laser cooling or optical refrigeration-a physical process by which a system loses its thermal energy as a result of interaction with laser light-has garnered a great deal of scientific interest due to the importance of its applications. Optical solid-state coolers are one such application. They are free from liquids as well as moving parts that generate vibrations and. Optical Refrigeration: Science and Applications of Laser Cooling of Solids: Epstein, Richard I., Sheik-Bahae, Mansoor: : Books5/5(1).

  Front Matter: Volume Front Matter: Volume SPIE, Proceedings of Laser Refrigeration of Solids IV Richard Epstein Mansoor Sheik-Bahae Editors 26â 27 January San Francisco, California, United States Sponsored and Published by SPIE Volume Proceedings of SPIE, X, v. SPIE is an international .   Front Matter: Volume Front Matter: Volume SPIE, Proceedings of Laser Refrigeration of Solids V Richard I. Epstein Mansoor Sheik-Bahae Editors 25â 26 January San Francisco, California, United States Sponsored and Published by SPIE Volume Proceedings of SPIE, X, v. SPIE is an international .

Consortium for Laser Cooling in Solids. Funded by Air Force Office of Scientific Research (). PI: Mansoor Sheik-Bahae. UNM researchers, in collaboration with their coworkers at the University of Pisa (Italy) and LANL have now achieved the first ever all-solid-state cryogenic operation using laser cooling of a Yb-doped crystal down to K! It includes recent results on laser cooling by redistribution of radiation in dense gas mixtures, three conceptually different approaches to laser cooling of solids such as cooling with anti-Stokes fluorescence, Brillouin cooling, and Raman cooling. It also discusses crystal growth and glass production for laser cooling : Jenny Stanford Publishing.


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Starting with the basic physical principles of laser cooling of solids, the monograph goes on to discuss the current theoretical issues being resolved and the increasing demands of growth and evaluation of high purity materials suitable for optical refrigeration, while also examining the design and applications of practical cryocoolers.

Laser Cooling of Solids is an important contribution to the development of compact laser-powered cryogenic refrigerators, both for the academic community and those in the microelectronics and other industries. Starting with the basic physical principles of laser cooling of solids, the monograph goes on to discuss the current theoretical issues being resolved and the increasing demands of growth and evaluation of high purity materials suitable for optical refrigeration, while also examining the design and applications of practical s: 1.

Laser Refrigeration of Solids III. Copying of material in this book for int ernal or pers 0C Synthesis and evaluation of ultra-pure rare-earth-doped glass for laser refrigeration. It then examines the work on laser cooling of semiconductors, emphasizing the differences between optical refrigeration of semiconductors and rare-earth-doped solids and the new challenges and.

Jacob Khurgin, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is known for his diverse and eclectic research in the areas of optics, electronics, condensed matter physics, and telecommunications.

Much of Khurgin’s work lies at the intersection of optics and solid-state electronics. He has focused on an array of topics during his career, [ ]. "This book provides a timely and useful collection of articles on optical refrigeration science that complements the earlier books on this subject.

It covers a wide range of topics, including laser cooling in dense gases, radiation-balanced lasers, novel cooling methods, and laser cooling in cturer: Jenny Stanford Publishing. Optical refrigeration in solids: fundamentals and overview / Richard I. Epstein and Mansoor Sheik-Bahae --Design and fabrication of Laser refrigeration of solids book laser cooling materials / Markus P.

Hehlen --Laser cooling in fluoride single crystals / Stefano Bigotta and Mauro Tonelli --Er³-doped materials for solid-state cooling / Joaquin Fernandez, Angel. Starting with the basic physical principles of laser cooling of solids, the monograph goes on to discuss the current theoretical issues being resolved and the increasing demands of growth and evaluation of high purity materials suitable for optical refrigeration, while also examining the design and applications of practical : $ Methods for Laser Cooling of Solids Introduction The topic of laser cooling began with the articles of Pringsheim1 and Hansch2 long before any laboratory experiments were undertaken.

These early papers proposed the use of optical radiation to remove energy from matter for the purpose of refrigeration, but the mere idea that light could. Get this from a library. Optical refrigeration: science and applications of laser cooling of solids. [Richard I Epstein; Mansoor Sheik-Bahae;] -- "Edited by the two top experts in the field with a panel of international contributors, this is a comprehensive up-to-date review of research and applications.

Starting with the basic physical. Laser cooling includes a number of techniques in which atomic and molecular samples are cooled down to near absolute cooling techniques rely on the fact that when an object (usually an atom) absorbs and re-emits a photon (a particle of light) its momentum changes.

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Laser Cooling: Fundamental Properties and Applications - CRC Press Book In the recent decades, laser cooling or optical refrigeration—a physical process by which a system loses its thermal energy as a result of interaction with laser light—has garnered a great deal of scientific interest due to the importance of its applications.

Here, for the first time, we demonstrate that the Coulomb interaction between photogenerated electron-hole pairs in strong piezoelectric materials such as GaN/InGaN quantum wells could assist laser cooling. By comparing to the cavity back-action mechanism, we also explain how this process depends upon laser detuning with respect to by: 1.

A theoretical framework to understand the nature of cooling in this laser cooling system has been developed which highlights the cooling power available as a function of various material and fiber parameters including background loss and absorption saturation effects in the cooling by: 1.

Today, laser cooling and its applications represent one of the major subfields of atomic, molecular, and solids state physics. The primary objective of this Field Guide is to present an overview of the various concepts and methods of laser cooling, including Doppler cooling, polarization gradient cooling, different sub-recoil schemes of laser.

Therefore they can be used to obtain essential information about the underlying mechanisms of anti-Stokes laser cooling. Here, we experimentally investigate the electron-hole pair recombination processes in suspended and non-suspended MQW structures from 77 K up to room : Iman Hassani Nia, Hooman Mohseni.

Albrecht AR, Seletskiy DV, Cederberg JG, Di Lieto A, Tonelli M, Moloney JV et al. Intracavity laser cooling using a VECSEL. In Laser Refrigeration of Solids V. In Laser Refrigeration of Solids V. Cited by: 4. To rise to these occasions, this year’s Laser Refrigeration of Solids VIII (LRS VIII) conference attracted an exciting collection of 27 invited, contributed, and poster talks showcasing advancements in the field, ranging from expanding scientific understanding of laser cooling to novel applications.

It includes recent results on laser cooling by redistribution of radiation in dense gas mixtures, three conceptually different approaches to laser cooling of solids such as cooling with anti-Stokes fluorescence, Brillouin cooling, and Raman cooling.

It also discusses crystal growth and glass production for laser cooling by: 1.Laser Cooling of Solids around Microns: A Theoretical Investigation. Guang-Zong Dong and Xin-Lu Zhang. Introduction.

Conventional Laser Cooling of Holmium-Doped Fluoride Crystals. Efficient and Enhanced Holmium Optical Refrigeration via Co-Pumping. Energy Transfer–Enhanced Laser Cooling in Rare Earth–Co-Doped Solids. Conclusions.S.V. Petrushkin, V.V.

Samartsev, in Laser Cooling of Solids, Doppler cooling. The anti-Stokes mechanism of laser cooling of solids, liquids or gases is very similar to the technique of Doppler cooling of free atoms.

Recently, the latter has been the controlling mechanism in the cooling of rarefied gases to the Bose-Einstein condensate temperature [72].