15 March 2017 Front Matter: Volume 10086
Proceedings Volume 10086, High-Power Diode Laser Technology XV; 1008601 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2276086
Event: SPIE LASE, 2017, San Francisco, California, United States
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Acklin, Bruno, 0Y

Aho, Antti T., 0K

Alegria, Kim, 07

Bachmann, Alexander, 02, 0B

Bao, L., 05, 09

Baum, Christoph, 0U

Beica, H. C., 0W

Beleke, Andreas, 0U

Berezin, I., 04

Berishev, I., 04

Bian, Zhixi, 0Y

Biesenbach, Jens, 0B, 0N

Blonder, Moshe, 0F

Blume, Gunnar, 0H

Bödefeld, R., 0E

Boergmann, F., 08

Braglia, Andrea, 0A

Braker, Joe, 07

Brand, T., 08

Brecher, Christian, 0U

Brodie, Miles, 0S

Bugge, Frank, 0H

Butler, Jerome, 0M

Canal, Celine, 0V

Carew, A., 0W

Chao, Wei-sheng, 0G

Chen, Kun-hsein, 0G

Chen, Xiaohua, 03

Chen, Z., 05, 09

Cherkashin, N. A., 0L

Chuyanov, V., 04

Crump, P., 0C, 0E, 0O, 0R

Dawson, D., 05, 09

Decker, J., 0O, 0R

DeVito, M., 05, 09

Di Meo, A., 08

Dong, W., 09

Dowling, P., 0W

Drovs, Simon, 08, 0N

Dumitrescu, Michael, 0K

Dürsch, Sascha, 0N

Ebert, Chris, 07

Eppich, Bernd, 0H

Erbert, G., 0C, 0O, 0R

Evans, Gary, 0M

Fan, Li, 0Y

Fassbender, W., 0E

Feise, David, 0H

Fricke, J., 0R

Furitsch, Michael, 02

Gapontsev, V., 04

Georges, P., 0O

Gordeev, N. Yu., 0L

Grimshaw, M., 09

Guan, X., 09

Guina, Mircea, 0K

Guiney, Tina, 07

Guo, Weirong, 03

Guo, Zhijie, 03

Haag, Sebastian, 0U

Hanna, M., 0O

Hein, J., 0E

Hemenway, M., 05, 09

Hoffmann, D., 08

Hofmann, Julian, 0H

Holly, C., 08

Hsu, Chin-wei, 0G

Huang, Jin, 0M

Huelsewede, R., 0J

Irwin, David, 07

Janicot, S., 0O

Jedrzejczyk, Daniel, 0H

Jiang, Linglin, 0M

Jiménez, J., 0P

Kaifuchi, Yoshikazu, 06, 0D

Kanskar, M., 05, 09

Karow, M. M., 0C, 0E

Kasai, Yohei, 06

Kaul, T., 0C

Kissel, Heiko, 0B

Kliner, D., 05

Klumel, Genady, 0F

Knigge, S., 0E

Kohl, Andreas, 0V

Köhler, Bernd, 0B, 0N

Komissarov, A., 04

König, Harald, 02, 0B

Körner, J., 0E

Koskinen, Mervi, 0K

Kulagina, M. M., 0L

Kumar, Pramod, 0Q

Kumarakrishnan, A., 0W

Lauer, Christian, 02, 0B

Laugustin, Arnaud, 0V

Ledentsov, N. N., 0L

Li, Jingwei, 0Y

Lingley, Zachary, 0S

Liu, Guoli, 0Y

Lommel, M., 0C

Lotz, J., 0E

Loyo-Maldonado, V., 0J

Lucas-Leclin, G., 0O

Maaßdorf, A., 0E, 0R

Martinsen, R., 05, 09

Maximov, M. V., 0L

Mclnerney, John Gerard, 0Q

Meissner-Schenk, A. H., 0C

Meusel, J., 0J

Miftakhutdinov, D., 04

Morales, John, 0Y

Morohashi, Rintaro, 0D

Moshegov, N., 04

Moss, Steven C., 0S

Müller, Martin, 02

Müller, Tobias, 0U

Neukum, J., 0E

Nogawa, Ryozaburo, 0D

Ovtchinnikov, A., 04

Pal, Vishwa, 0Q

Paschke, Katrin, 0H

Payusov, A. S., 0L

Peleg, Ophir, 0F

Perales, Mico, 0G

Perrone, Guido, 0A

Peters, Michael, 0Y

Phan, Duy, 0M

Pietrzak, A., 0J

Pouliot, A., 0W

Presser, Nathan, 0S

Pura, J. L., 0P

Rabot, Olivier, 0V

Raisky, O., 04

Rappaport, Noam, 0F

Rosenkrantz, Etai, 0F

Rossi, Giammarco, 0A

Rubel, D., 08

Sahm, Alexander, 0H

Sakamoto, Akira, 06

Sauer, Sebastian, 0U

Schimmel, G., 0O

Schleuning, David, 0Y

Schmidt, B., 0C

Schneider, F., 08

Schuckert, Mark, 0M

Sebastian, J., 0J

Shchukin, V. A., 0L

Shernyakov, Yu. M., 0L

Sin, Yongkun, 0S

Singh, G., 0W

Sinha, Sudeshna, 0Q

Smith, Daniel, 0M

Song, Kuiyan, 03

Souto, J., 0P

Stapleton, Dean, 07

Strauß, Uwe, 02, 0B

Strohmaier, S. G., 0C

Tanaka, Daiichiro, 06

Tomm, Jens W., 0B

Torres, A., 0P

Tränkle, G., 0E, 0R

Traub, M., 08, 0O

Trubenko, P., 04

Unger, Andreas, 08, 0N

Urbanek, W., 05, 09

Viheriälä, Jukka, 0K

Virtanen, Heikki, 0K

Vorozcovs, A., 0W

Wang, Baohua, 03

Werner, Nils, 0H

Winhold, Heiko, 0Y

Witte, U., 08, 0O

Wolf, Paul, 0B

Wu, Cheng-liang, 0G

Xu, Dan, 03

Xu, Ray, 03

Xu, Zuntu, 0Y

Yamada, Yumi, 0D

Yamagata, Yuji, 06, 0D

Yamaguchi, Masayuki, 0D

Yang, Mei-huan, 0G

Yanson, Dan, 0F

Young, Preston, 0M

Yu, Hao, 0A

Zahuranec, Terry, 0G

Zhang, S., 09

Zhang, Tujia, 03

Zontar, Daniel, 0U

Zorn, M., 0J

Conference Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • Reinhart Poprawe, Fraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik (Germany)

  • Koji Sugioka, RIKEN (Japan)

Symposium Co-Chairs

  • Guido Hennig, Daetwyler Graphics AG (Switzerland)

  • Yongfeng Lu, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (United States)

Program Track Chairs

  • Kunihiko Washio, Paradigm Laser Research Ltd. (Japan)

  • John Ballato, Clemson University (United States)

Conference Chair

  • Mark S. Zediker, Nuburu Inc. (United States)

Conference Program Committee

  • Friedrich G. Bachmann, FriBa LaserNet (Germany)

  • Stefan W. Heinemann, TRUMPF Photonics (United States)

  • Volker Krause, Laserline GmbH (Germany)

  • Robert Martinsen, nLIGHT Corporation (United States)

  • Erik P. Zucker, Lumentum (United States)

Session Chairs

  • 1 High Brightness Pump Modules

    Stefan W. Heinemann, TRUMPF Photonics (United States)

  • 2 High Brightness Diode Sources

    Volker Krause, Laserline GmbH (Germany)

  • 3 High Power Bars

    Erik P. Zucker, Lumentum (United States)

  • 4 New Wavelength Devices

    Friedrich G. Bachmann, FriBa LaserNet (Germany)

  • 5 High Brightness Laser Diodes and Reliability

    Robert Martinsen, nLIGHT Corporation (United States)

  • 6 Laser Diode Packaging I: Joint Session with Conferences 10085 and 10086

    Paul O. Leisher, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (United States)

    Robert Martinsen, nLIGHT Corporation (United States)


The conference this year featured 33 papers on high power diode laser systems, high power fiber coupled devices, laser diode reliability, coherent combining of laser systems and several unique applications as well as a joint conference with the Components and Packaging for Laser Systems III. Laser diode pump bar technology continues to advance the commercial CW power levels moving toward a commercially viable 1 kW CW laser diode bar.

The conference committee challenges the community to present new laser diode bar ideas and technologies next year.

Several important papers explored improved laser diode brightness, with significant progress in coherent beam combining, while these results are still at the research level, there is a clear path to high brightness high power direct diode laser systems.

Next year, the committee plans to include a new direction for high power industrial lasers – high power visible laser diode systems.

Mark Zediker

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