5 January 2017 Front Matter: Volume 10226
Proceedings Volume 10226, 19th International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics: Laser Physics and Applications; 1022601 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2269225
Event: International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics "Laser Physics and Applications" - ICSQE 2016, 2016, Sozopol, Bulgaria
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B ... 0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Alexandrov, M. T., 0C

Alexandrov, S., 0H

Alipieva, E., 0K, 0O

Allahverdiyev, Kerim R., 0J, 0V, 0W

Alzetta, G., 0L

Amoruso, S., 09

Andreeva, C., 0K, 0L

Angelova, Liliya, 14

Antonopoulou-Athera, N., 04

Asimov, M. M., 19, 1A

Atanasov, Petar A., 0B, 0C, 0E, 0F, 0G

Atanassova, Victoria, 0A

Avramov, Lachezar A., 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1B

Azizbekyan, H., 0K

Berberova, Nataliya, 06, 08, 0R, 1I

Bevilacqua, G., 0K

Biancalana, V., 0K

Blagoev, K., 0H

Blagoeva, B., 06, 08

Blarel, L., 0T

Bliznakova, I., 07

Boevski, I. I., 0C

Bokuchava, Gizo D., 0D

Borisova, Ekaterina, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

Bozhikoliev, I., 1F

Buchvarov, I., 07

Budker, D., 0K

Burghoff, David, 0N

Cartaleva, S., 0K, 0L, 0M

Cecchi, R., 0K

Chaikovskaya, L., 0T

Chaikovsky, Anatoli, 0T

Chapovsky, P., 0K

Chatzitheodoridis, Elias, 04, 05

Dakova, A., 1E, 1F

Dakova, D., 1E, 1F

Dancheva, Y., 0K

Danchovski, Ventsislav, 10

Daskalova, A., 07

Daskalova, D., 06

Deans, C., 0K

Delchev, V. B., 0S

Deleva, Atanaska D., 0X, 0Y

Denishchik-Nelubina, N., 0T

Denisov, S., 0T

Dey, S., 0K

Dick, V., 0T

Dikovska, Anna Og., 0F

Dimitrov, I.Z., 0C

Dimitrov, N., 1D

Donev, Evgeni, 10

Doulgerides, M., 04

Doynov, Nikolay, 0D

Drampyan, R., 0K

Dreischuh, A., 1D

Dreischuh, Tanja N., 0X, 0Y, 1B

Entin, V., 0K

Esman, S. S., 19

Evgenieva, Tsvetina T., 0Z, 10

Fedarenka, A., 0T

Fedchenko, Yulian I., 1H

Fourmaux, S., 12

Fukata, N., 09

Gateva, S., 0K, 0L

Gawlik, W., 0K

Gazazyan, E. A., 0P, 0Q

Genchev, Gancho, 0D

Genova, Tsanislava, 15, 16, 17, 18

Georgieva, D., 1G

Ghosh, P. N., 0K

Gisbrecht, A. I., 19, 1A

Goloub, P., 0T

Gotchev, Atanas, 0R

Gozzini, S., 0K, 0L

Grigoryan, G. G., 0Q

Grochowska, K., 0B

Grozeva, Margarita, 0A, 0H

Gurdev, Ljuan L., 0Z, 1B

Hong, Sunghee, 1I

Hristova, T., 0H

Hu, Qing, 0N

Huseynov, Ilkin T., 0J

Husinsky, W., 07

Hussain, S., 0K

Ivanov, Branimir, 0R, 1I

Ivanov, D., 06, 08

Ivanov, Danko, 10

Ivanov, G., 0H

Jevasuwan, W., 09

Jirauschek, Christian, 03, 0N

Kaleyna, Petya, 10

Kancheva, P. B., 0S

Kang, Hoonjong, 1I

Karashanova, D. B., 0C, 0E

Karczewski, Jakub, 0G

Kasarova, Stefka N., 1J

Katsev, I., 0T

Khanbekyan, Alek., 0K

Khanbekyan, Alen, 0K

Kieffer, J. C., 12

Kim, Youngmin, 1I

Kolev, Nikolay, 10

Koleva, M. E., 09

Korol, Michail, 0T

Kostadinov, Ivan, 0A

Kostadinova, D., 06, 08

Kosturkov, D., 1C

Kotsifaki, Domna G., 13

Kovachev, L., 1E, 1F, 1G

Krasteva, A., 0K, 0L, 0M

Krol, A., 12

Kuzmina, I., 15

Lapyonok, A., 0T

Lazarova, P., 1D

Lazarova, Rumiana L., 0I

Lomova, M., 17

Makarov, Vladislav, 0U

Makropoulou, Mirsini, 13

Malcheva, G., 0H

Malinka, A., 0T

Malinowski, Nikola, 1I

Mamilov, S. A., 19

Margalit, L., 0K

Marinelli, C., 0K

Marinkov, N. E., 0C

Mariotti, E., 0K

Marmugi, L., 0K

Mateev, Georgy, 06, 08, 0R

Matthey, Renaud, 0U

Michailov, Vesselin G., 0D

Mihailescu, I. N., 0C

Miloushev, Ilko, 0A

Mirzoyan, R., 0K

Mitev, Valentin, 0U

Mitra, S., 0K

Moi, L., 0K, 0L

Naboko, S., 11

Nakajima, Y., 0B

Nasyrov, K. A., 0K, 0L

Nathala, C. R., 07

Nazarova, Dimana, 06, 08, 0R, 1I

Nedelchev, L., 06, 08

Nedyalkov, Nikolay N., 09, 0B, 0C, 0E, 0F, 0G, 1G

Nekhrizov, G., 0H

Nikolov, A. S., 0B, 0C

Nikolov, Ivan D., 1J

Nikolov, N., 0K

Nikov, R. G., 0B, 0C, 0E

Nikov, Rumen G., 0B, 0F, 0G

Ormanova, Maria A., 0D

Ozun, O., 0K

Papoyan, A., 0K

Papushkin, Igor V., 0D

Park, Jiyong, 1I

Park, Joo Sup, 1I

Pashayev, Arif M., 0J, 0V, 0W

Patton, B., 0K

Paturyan, V. S., 0Q

Penchev, S., 11

Pencheva, V., 11

Penev, Dimitar, 16

Penkov, N., 15, 17, 18

Peshev, Zahary Y., 0X, 0Y

Petkov, Doino, 10

Petrov, N., 0K

Petrov, Peter Iv., 0D, 0I

Podvin, T., 0T

Polischuk, V., 0M

Prikhach, A., 0T

Profitis, E., 04

Pustelny, S., 0K

Rassi, D., 0K

Ray, B., 0K

Renzoni, F., 0K

Sadikhov, Ilham A., 0V, 0W

Sargsyan, A., 0K, 0M

Sarkisyan, D., 0K, 0L

Savov, Plamen, 10

Sawczak, Mirosław, 0B, 0G

Semyachkina-Glushkovskaya, O., 17

Serafetinides, Alexandros A., 04, 05, 13

Shmavonyan, S., 0K

Slavchev, V., 1E, 1F

Slaveeva, Stefka I., 1H

Slavov, D., 0K

Śliwiński, Gerard, 0B, 0G

Spigulis, J., 15

Stabrawa, A., 0K

Stanciu, G., 17

Stankova, Nadya A., 0G

Staykov, P., 1E

Stefanov, I., 1D

Steflekova, V., 0H

Stepanov, Andrey L., 02

Stiaccini, L., 0K

Stoev, Antoniy, 14

Stoyanov, Dimitar V., 0X, 0Y, 1B

Stoyanov, L., 1D

Stoykova, Elena, 08, 0R, 1I

Sudyka, J., 0K

Sultanova, Nina G., 1J

Svidinsky, V., 0T

Tagiev, Oktay B., 0J

Tagiyev, Bahadir G., 0J, 0W

Tankova, V., 0H

Taskova, E. T., 0K, 0O

Taslakov, M., 0K

Temelkov, Krassimir A., 1H

Terakawa, M., 0B

Terlixi, A., 04

Terziev, I., 17, 18

Todorov, G., 0M, 0O

Todorov, P., 0K

Toncheva, Eleonora N., 1B

Tonoyan, A., 0K

Tranca, D., 17

Trifonov, A., 07

Tsigaridas, Giorgos, 13

Tsilikas, Ioannis, 05

Tsvetkov, S., 0K

Tunaboylu, Bahadir, 0V

Tzenov, Petar, 03, 0N

Usta, Metin, 0V

Uzunov, Tzonko, 16, 1C

Uzunova, P., 1C

Valkov, Stefan Ts., 0I

Vankov, Orlin I., 1B

Vartanyan, T., 0M

Visan, A., 0C

Vladimirov, B., 17, 18

Vladimirov, D. B., 1A

Wickenbrock, A., 0K

Wilson Gordon, A., 0K

Wojciechowski, A., 0K

Zahariev, Peter, 0A

Zege, E., 0T

Zekou, Evangelini, 05

Zhelyazkova, A. Zh., 15, 18

Zhivun, L., 0K

Zyskowski, Marcin, 0G

Conference Committees

  • Organizing Committee Chair

    • Sanka Gateva, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

  • Organizing Committee

    • Petko Todorov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Anna Krasteva, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Tanja Dreischuh, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Albena Daskalova, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Irina Bliznakova, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Ivan Grigorov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Chavdar Ghelev, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

  • International Program Committee

    • Latchezar Avramov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Carmen Afonso, Instituto de Óptica, CSIC (Spain)

    • Dimitar Angelov, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France)

    • Stefka Cartaleva Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Lyubomir Kovachev, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Nikolay Nedyalkov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Ferruccio Renzoni, University College London (United Kingdom)

    • Dimitar Stoyanov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Arlene Wilson-Gordon, Bar-Ilan University (Israel)

  • International Advisory Committee Chair

    • Alexandros Serafetinides, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

  • International Advisory Committee

    • Govind Agrawal, Institute of Optics, University of Rochester (United States)

    • Peter Atanasov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • Daniel Bloch, Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers, Université Paris 13 (France) and Sorbonne Paris Cité (France)

    • Dmitry Budker, University of California, Berkeley (United States)

    • Pradip Ghosh, Jadavpur University (India) and University of Calcutta (India)

    • Luigi Moi, Università degli Studi di Siena (Italy)

    • David Sarkisyan, Institute for Physical Research (Armenia)

    • Vladimir Serkin, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (Mexico)

    • Mitsuhiro Terakawa, Keio University (Japan)

    • Thomas Trickl, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany)

    • Ludger Wöste, Freie Universität Berlin (Germany)

  • Session Chairs

    • 1 Laser Matter Interactions

      Nikolay Nedyalkov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • 2 Laser Spectroscopy and Metrology

      Sanka Gateva, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • 3 Laser Remote Sensing and Ecology

      Tanja Dreischuh, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • 4 4 Lasers in Biology and Medicine

      Lachezar Avramov, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

    • 5 Laser Systems and Nonlinear Optics

      Jean-Claude Kieffer, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (Canada)

      Lyubomir Kovachev, Institute of Electronics (Bulgaria)

Introduction

The International School on Quantum Electronics “Laser Physics and Applications” is a traditional event, organized biennially by the Institute of Electronics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, since 1980 with the aim to act as a forum for interchange and dissemination of knowledge and ideas on the latest developments and results in the research areas of quantum electronics and optics, as well as the technological practical applications of new ideas, devices, instruments and laser systems. Leading scientists and companies are invited to deliver lectures and demonstration on the fundamentals of laser physics and applications of lasers as well as the newest results in these areas. The informal atmosphere stimulated further collaborations and joint works. The School Proceedings have been published since 1996 on the SPIE Digital Library. In 2016, the scientific program was such that this year's edition of the School somehow naturally grew to being also a Conference.

Thus, the 19th International Conference and School on Quantum Electronics (ICSQE2016) was held from 26 to 30 September 2016 in the Black Sea resort town of Sozopol, Bulgaria. It was sponsored by the Optical Society of America (OSA), SPIE, the European Physical Society and the Bulgarian National Scientific Fund, to whom the Organizing Committee expresses its deep gratitude. The leading companies such Coherent and Toptica Photonics presented their products through oral presentations and exhibitions.

For over 35 years, ICSQE has provided an excellent opportunity for young researchers to meet internationally renowned scientists to exchange ideas, review latest technologies and achievements, discuss the future directions, and initiate new collaborations and joint research projects. To recognize research excellence and scientific presentation abilities, SPIE, OSA and EPS sponsored the Best Student Paper Awards Competition.

More than 80 scientists from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Canada, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and Bulgaria participated in ICSQE2016 and presented around 100 contributions -invited lectures, oral and poster presentations. One of the highlights of the ICSQE2016 was related to the processes occurring in three-level systems – coherent population trapping, bright resonances, electromagnetic-induced transparency, marking the three anniversaries: 40 years since the first dark-state observation in Pisa, 20 years of its theoretical interpretation, and 25 years of the first experimental evidence of electromagnetically-induced transparency.

This Proceedings volume contains fifty-four invited and contributed papers covering the Conference topics of laser-matter interactions, laser spectroscopy and metrology, laser remote sensing and ecology, lasers in biology and medicine, and laser systems and nonlinear optics. All the submitted manuscripts were peer-reviewed by experts in the respective fields using the SPIE review system.

ICSQE2016 owes its success to many people. The International Program Committee planned and organized the scientific program, ensuring high-quality plenary presentations. The Local Committee bore the brunt of the organization and ensured the smooth running of the conference. The choice of Sozopol, one of the oldest towns on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, strongly enhanced the friendly and stimulating atmosphere of the Conference.

The Editors of the volume would like to thank all the invited speakers and participants for their contribution to these proceedings, the members of the International Advisory and Program Committees for their great support, as well as the reviewers for their time and effort evaluating the papers. Thanks also go to the SPIE staff for their invaluable assistance. We hope that the readers will find this collection of papers interesting and useful and we would like to invite them to take part in the next 20th ICSQE, which will be held in September 2018.

Tanja Dreischuh

Sanka Gateva

Albena Daskalova

Alexandros Serafetinides

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