Technologies for Optical Countermeasures X; and High-Power Lasers 2013: Technology and Systems
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23-26 September 2013
Dresden, Germany
Front Matter: Volume 8898
Proc. SPIE 8898, Front Matter: Volume 8898, 889801 (25 October 2013);
Keynote Session
Proc. SPIE 8898, Quantum cascade lasers for defense and security, 889802 (29 October 2013);
Quantum Cascade and High-Power Diode Lasers
Proc. SPIE 8898, Design issues and physics for high-performance quantum-cascade lasers, 889805 (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Progress in efficiency-optimized high-power diode lasers, 889807 (15 October 2013);
Two Micron
Proc. SPIE 8898, Mid-IR supercontinuum generation in ultra-low loss, dispersion-zero shifted tellurite glass fiber with extended coverage beyond 4.5 μm, 889808 (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Compact high-power/high-energy 2 μm and mid-infrared laser sources for OCM, 889809 (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Average power and pulse energy scaling of 1.6 μm resonantly-diode-pumped erbium lasers, 88980A (15 October 2013);
Mid-IR Transmission Fibres
Proc. SPIE 8898, Maximizing the bandwidth while minimizing the spectral fluctuations using supercontinuum generation in photonic crystal chalcogenide fibers, 88980C (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Low loss, wide transparency, robust tellurite glass fibers for mid-IR (2-5 μm) applications, 88980D (15 October 2013);
Modelling and Simulation
Proc. SPIE 8898, Simulation of laser propagation through jet plumes using computational fluid dynamics, 88980E (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Comparison of MODTRAN5 to measured data in the UV band, 88980F (15 October 2013);
Laser Effects
Proc. SPIE 8898, Non-lethal laser dazzling as a personnel countermeasure, 88980G (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Laser dazzling impacts on car driver performance, 88980H (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Effects of high power illuminators on vision through windscreens and driving behavior, 88980I (15 October 2013);
Threat Detection and Discrimination
Proc. SPIE 8898, Detection of dim targets in multiple environments, 88980J (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Target discrimination strategies in optics detection, 88980K (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Optical countermeasures against CLOS weapon systems, 88980L (15 October 2013);
Demonstrations and Systems
Proc. SPIE 8898, 50 kW laser weapon demonstrator of Rheinmetall Waffe munition, 88980N (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Latest developments on the Er3+:YAG solid state heat-capacity laser, 88980O (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Recent developments in high power thin disk lasers at TRUMPF Laser, 88980P (15 October 2013);
Fiber and Semiconductor Laser Technology
Proc. SPIE 8898, Single-element beam shaper for conversion of a fiber laser beam into a near-diffraction-limited dark hollow beam, 88980S (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, High-power diode lasers between 1.8µm and 3.0µm for military applications, 88980U (15 October 2013);
Advanced Gas Lasers
Proc. SPIE 8898, DPAL: historical perspective and summary of achievements, 88980V (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, Model calculations of kinetic and fluid dynamic processes in diode pumped alkali lasers, 88980W (15 October 2013);
Proc. SPIE 8898, What can we gain from supersonic operation of diode pumped alkali lasers: model calculations, 88980X (15 October 2013);
Laser-Induced Plasma Effects
Proc. SPIE 8898, Controlling plasma channels through ultrashort laser pulse filamentation, 88980Z (15 October 2013);
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