23 March 2018 Front Matter: Volume 10514
Proceedings Volume 10514, High-Power Diode Laser Technology XVI; 1051401 (2018) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2322760
Event: SPIE LASE, 2018, San Francisco, California, United States
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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.

Abe, Shinji, 04

Aizawa, Takuya, 0J

Albrodt, P., 0T

Ali, M., 02

Bachert, C., 03

Balck, A., 02, 03

Bao, L., 0L, 0P

Baumann, M., 02, 03

Beica, H. C., 0S

Beil, James A., 0U

Biesenbach, Jens, 08, 0F

Blonder, Moshe, 0Z

Blume, G., 0T, 0X

Bordais, S., 0O

Braglia, Andrea, 0W

Bugge, F., 0X

Caliva, B., 0H

Campbell, Jenna, 0U

Canat, G., 0O

Candela, Y., 0O

Carew, A., 0S

Carlse, G., 0S

Chacko, R. V., 03

Chen, Xiaohua, 0N

Chen, Z., 0L, 0P

Chin, A. K., 0K

Chin, R. H., 0K

Codato, S., 0V

Coriasso, C., 0V

Crawford, D., 0H

Crump, Paul, 0A, 0E, 0T

Cserteg, András, 0M

Dawson, D., 0L, 0P

De Melchiorre, P., 0V

Decker, J., 0T

DeVito, M., 0L, 0P

Dinakaran, D., 03

Dogan, M., 0K

Dong, W., 0L

Drovs, Simon, 08

Dürsch, Sascha, 08

Dvinelis, Edgaras, 05

Eichler, C., 02

Eigenmann, Fabian, 0I

Erbert, Götz, 0A, 0E, 0T

Feise, D., 0X

Finuf, M., 07

Fricke, Jörg, 0E

Friedmann, P., 0F

Fritz, R., 07

Fulghum, S., 0K

Gajdátsy, Gábor, 0M

Gattiglio, M., 0V

Georges, P., 0T

Gilly, J., 0F

Goings, J., 0H

Gotta, P., 0V

Greibus, Mindaugas, 05

Grimshaw, M., 0L

Guan, X., 0L

Guo, Weirong, 0N

Guo, Zhijie, 0N

Hanna, M., 0T

Hein, Sebastian, 0I

Heinemann, S., 0Y

Hemenway, M., 0L, 0P

Hilzensauer, S., 0F

Hofmann, J., 0X

Holy, C., 0Y

Huelsewede, Ralf, 0D

Ihns, Melanie, 15

Irmler, L., 0G

Ishige, Yuta, 0M

Jacob, J. H., 0K

Jiang, C.-L., 0Y

Kaifuchi, Yoshikazu, 0B

Kaji, Eisaku, 0M

Kanskar, M., 0L, 0P

Kardosh, Ihab, 15

Kasai, Yohei, 0J

Katayama, Etsuji, 0M

Kaul, T., 0A

Kelemen, M., 0F

Killi, A., 0G

Kissel, Heiko, 08, 0F

Klumel, Genady, 0Z

Knigge, Andrea, 0E

Köhler, Bernd, 08

König, Harald, 02, 03, 08, 0I

Könning, Tobias, 08

Kösters, A., 03

Krause, V., 02, 03

Kumarakrishnan, A., 0S

Kuramoto, Kyosuke, 04

Lauer, Christian, 0I

Le Flohic, M., 0O

Leisher, Paul O., 0U

Lell, Alfred, 02, 03, 08

Liptak, Richard W., 0U

Liu, X., 0Y

Löffler, Andreas, 02, 03, 08

Lucas-Leclin, G., 0T

Ma, Di, 0N

Maaßdorf, Andre, 0A, 0E

Malchus, J., 02, 03

Marfels, S., 03

Martin, D., 0A

Martinsen, R., 0L, 0P

Mashanovitch, Milan, 0U

Matalla, M., 0X

McDougall, S. D., 0Y

Meneghini, G., 0V

Meusel, Jens, 0D

Misak, Stephen M., 0U

Mitra, Thomas, 15

Miyashita, Motoharu, 04

Modak, P., 0Y

Morello, G., 0V

Morohashi, Rintaro, 0B

Moron, F., 0T

Müller, Martin, 0I

Naujokaitė, Greta, 05

Nicolas, F., 0O

Nishida, Takehiro, 04

Nogawa, Ryozaburo, 0B

Ocylok, S., 03

Ogrodowski, L., 0F

Ohki, Yutaka, 0M

Paoletti, R., 0V

Papastathopoulos, E., 0G

Paschke, K., 0X

Pelaprat, J.-M., 07

Peleg, Ophir, 0Z

Perrone, Guido, 0W

Peter, M., 02

Pietrzak, Agnieszka, 0D

Pouliot, A., 0S

Rappaport, Noam, 0Z

Rauch, S., 0G

Renner, Daniel, 0U

Ressel, Peter, 0E, 0X

Ried, S., 0G

Rikels, J., 0G

Riva, E., 0V

Riva, Martina, 0W

Rosenkrantz, Etai, 0Z

Rossi, Giammarco, 0W

Rosso, M., 0V

Rouxel, S., 0O

Ryu, G., 0Y

Sarailou, E., 0G

Schmidt, Berthold, 0E, 0Y

Schneider, Stephan, 15

Sebastian, Juergen, 0D

Shimomoto, Lisa, 0U

Silva Sa, M., 07

Smith, S., 0H

Stano, A., 0V

Stoiber, Michael, 08

Stojetz, Bernhard, 02, 03, 08

Strauß, Uwe, 02, 03, 08, 0I

Strohmaier, Stephan G., 0E, 0Y

Swertfeger, Rebecca B., 0U

Tada, Katsuhisa, 0B

Tanaka, Daiichiro, 0J

Thiagarajan, P., 0H

Thies, A., 0X

Thomas, Jeremy, 0U

Tränkle, Günther, 0E

Trinkūnas, Augustinas, 05

Tucker, J., 07

Urbanek, W., 0L, 0P

Verdun, M., 0O

Vethake, T., 0Y

Vizbaras, Augustinas, 05

Vizbaras, Kristijonas, 05

Vorozcovs, A., 0S

Walker, R., 0H

Wang, Baohua, 0N

Weinbach, M., 03

Wenzel, Hans, 0E

Wilkens, Martin, 0E

Winterfeldt, M., 0T

Wirth, Melanie, 15

Wirth, Volker, 15

Witte, U., 03

Xiong, Y., 0Y

Xu, Dan, 0N

Xu, Ray, 0N

Yagi, Tetsuya, 04

Yamada, Yumi, 0B

Yamagata, Yuji, 0B

Yamaguchi, Masayuki, 0B

Yanson, Dan, 0Z

Yu, Hao, 0W

Zediker, M. S., 07

Zhang, S., 0L

Zhang, Tujia, 0N

Zhao, L., 0Y

Zimer, H., 0G, 0Y

Zorn, Martin, 0D

Conference Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • Koji Sugioka, RIKEN (Japan)

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

Symposium Co-Chairs

  • Xianfan Xu, Purdue University (United States)

  • Beat Neuenschwander, Berner Fachhochschule Technik und Informatik (Switzerland)

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, Erik Zucker Consulting (United States)

Session Chairs

  • 1 New High Power Wavelengths

    Erik Zucker, Erik Zucker Consulting (United States)

  • 2 High Power Diode Laser Technology I

    Stefan W. Heinemann, TRUMPF Photonics (United States)

  • 3 High Power Diode Laser Technology II

    Robert Martinsen, nLIGHT Corporation (United States)

  • 4 High Power Fiber Coupled Sources

    Volker Krause, Laserline GmbH (Germany)

  • 5 Wavelength Stabilized Devices I

    Friedrich G. Bachmann, FriBa LaserNet (Germany)

  • 6 Wavelength Stabilized Devices II

    Friedrich G. Bachmann, FriBa LaserNet (Germany)

  • 7 High Performance Bar Technology

    Robert Martinsen, nLIGHT Corporation (United States)

Introduction

This year the conference was expanded to start the conversation on the new high power blue laser diode technology which is emerging as a new tool for the industrial markets. The conference included several talks on the new high power blue products aimed at welding copper and other materials with high reflectivity in the IR compared to the blue. Attendance was standing room only and discussions were filled with questions about the technology and its applications. We plan to expand this section of the conference next year and expect a number of new companies to join the development of this new and exciting technology.

The high-power IR laser diode talks also did not disappoint, the march to higher and higher brightness laser diode products continue. The results were best summarized in a talk by nLIGHT Corporation (United States) where they plotted the improvement in brightness as a function of time. The brightness of the diode laser product line have now eclipsed the brightness of high power lamp pumped solid state lasers and are starting to challenge the multi-mode diode pumped solid state lasers. Higher power bars, better cooling methods and better micro-optics were all part of the conference as well.

Mark S. Zediker

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