15 December 2014 Front Matter: Volume 9237
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Exarhos, Gruzdev, Menapace, Ristau, and Soileau: Front Matter: Volume 9237

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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four 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.

  • Aknoun, Sherazade, 1A

  • Allenspacher, Paul, 19, 23

  • Andrew, J., 05

  • Angelov, I. B., 0H

  • Arenberg, Jonathan W., 17, 23, 24

  • Austin, Drake, 0V, 1S

  • Bai, Zhengyuan, 0P

  • Balasa, I., 1Y, 2A

  • Banerjee, Saumyabrata, 1M

  • Barros, H. G., 0H

  • Batavičiūtė, Gintarė, 1I, 1Z

  • Baumann, Sean M., 13

  • Baumgarten, C., 1G

  • Baxamusa, S., 0S

  • Bégou, Thomas, 0I

  • Bellum, John C., 1E

  • Blaga, Cosmin I., 0V, 1S

  • Blandin, P., 27

  • Bude, J., 0S, 0Y

  • Butcher, Thomas J., 1M

  • Caputo, Mark, 0N

  • Carr, W., 0S

  • Chai, Yingjie, 0P

  • Chambonneau, Maxime, 15

  • Chau, K., 2I

  • Cheklov, Oleg, 1M

  • Chen, Jian, 06, 16, 1W

  • Cheng, Jian, 1S

  • Chériaux, Gilles, 0J

  • Chowdhury, Enam, 0V, 0X, 1S

  • Chu, Jiaru, 26

  • Ciapponi, Allesandra, 19, 23

  • Clady, Raphael, 0J, 27

  • Collier, John L., 1M

  • Combis, Patrick, 1R

  • Commandré, Mireille, 0I, 1A

  • Cormont, Philippe, 1R

  • Cross, D., 0S

  • Davis, Mark J., 10

  • Demos, Stavros G., 0W

  • De Vido, Mariastefania, 1M

  • Diaz, Romain, 15

  • Dimauro, Louis F., 0V, 1S

  • Dombi, Péter, 11

  • Dong, Jingtao, 06, 16, 1W

  • Doualle, Thomas, 1R

  • Douti, Dam-Bé L., 0I, 1A

  • Du, Juan, 1N

  • Duchateau, Guillaume, 0W, 15

  • Egan, D., 05

  • Emmert, L., 1G

  • Ertel, Klaus, 1M

  • Fallejo, R., 0Y

  • Favrat, O., 07

  • Feit, Michael D., 0S, 0W

  • Field, Ella S., 1E

  • Fréneaux, Antoine, 0J

  • Frieders, Susan C., 2H

  • Gallais, Laurent, 0I, 0J, 1A, 1R

  • Gauch, M., 2A

  • Gaylord, J., 0Y

  • Gerasimenko, Alexander Y., 12

  • Gorjan, M., 0H

  • Gouldieff, C., 25

  • Goulielmakis, Eleftherios, 0L

  • Gourdin, William H., 2H

  • Greenhalgh, Justin, 1M

  • Griffin, Andrew J., 0N

  • Grigorov, Y. V., 1P

  • Grua, Pierre, 15

  • Günster, Stefan, 08, 0M

  • Gushwa, Kaitlin E., 02

  • Guss, G., 0S

  • Gyamfi, Mark, 1Q

  • Hawkes, Steve J., 1M

  • Hayden, Joseph S., 10

  • Hébert, David, 1R

  • Hecquet, Christophe, 0I, 1A

  • Heese, C., 19

  • Hein, Joachim, 1M

  • Hernandez-Gomez, Cristina, 1M

  • Herringer, Jon, 23

  • Hérvy, Adrien, 0J, 1B

  • Hippler, M., 2A

  • Hu, Yanlei, 26

  • Huang, Wenhao, 26

  • Hüttner, Wilhelm, 2G

  • Ivanov, T., 19

  • Jacobs, Stephen D., 21

  • Janulewicz, K. A., 1P

  • Jensen, Lars O., 08, 0M, 1Q, 1Y, 24, 2A

  • Jitsuno, Takahisa, 21

  • Jürgens, Peter, 1Q

  • Kadkhoda, P., 08

  • Kafka, Kyle, 0V, 1S

  • Kaluza, Malte C., 1M

  • Keenan, Cameron, 13

  • Kirkpatrick, S., 2I

  • Kletecka, Damon E., 1E

  • Kobayashi, Takayoshi, 1N

  • Körner, Jörg, 1M

  • Kozlov, A. A., 0Q

  • Krausz, F., 0H

  • Lamaignère, Laurent, 07, 15

  • Lammers, M., 19

  • Laurence, T., 0S

  • Lazar, J., 20

  • Leinhos, Uwe, 2G

  • Leng, Yuxin, 1N

  • Lenzner, Matthias, 14

  • Li, Guoqiang, 26

  • Li, Hui, 1S

  • Li, Jiawen, 26

  • Li, Yu, 27

  • Li, Zehan, 1N

  • Liao, Z. M., 0Y

  • Lin, Zunqi, 1V

  • Lintern, Andrew, 1M

  • Liu, Dean, 29

  • Liu, Jun, 1N

  • Luu, Tran Trung, 0L

  • Mann, Klaus, 2G

  • Marciniak, Michael A., 13

  • Martin, Alexander R., 18

  • Mason, Paul D., 1M

  • Mechold, L., 0O

  • Melninkaitis, Andrius, 1I, 1Z

  • Mende, Mathias, 1Q, 1Y

  • Menoni, C. S., 1G

  • Mikami, Katsuhiro, 21

  • Miller, P. E., 0S

  • Miller, S., 05

  • Mitchell, Robert A., 0X

  • Monneret, Serge, 1A

  • Monticelli, Marcus V., 0S, 2H

  • Motokoshi, Shinji, 21

  • Mouricaud, Daniel, 0J

  • Mrohs, Marius, 0M

  • Nagy, Benedek J., 11

  • Natoli, Jean-Yves, 15, 25

  • Néauport, J., 07

  • Nehls, K., 0O

  • Neiers, X., 1Y

  • Novák, Ondřej, 1B

  • Oliver, J. B., 0Q

  • Oszetzky, Dániel, 11

  • Oulehla, J., 20

  • Papernov, Semyon, 0Q, 21

  • Pasquier, C., 27

  • Patel, D., 1G

  • Pavlov, Alexander A., 12

  • Pearce, A., 05

  • Peng, Yujie, 29

  • Penman, R., 05

  • Perram, Glen P., 13

  • Pervak, V., 0H, 0L

  • Phillips, P. Jonathan, 1M

  • Piris, J., 19

  • Podgaetsky, Vitaly M., 12

  • Pryatel, James A., 2H

  • Pupka, Egidijus, 1I, 1Z

  • Qi, Hongji, 0P

  • Rácz, Péter, 11

  • Rauhut, R., 0O

  • Raymond, B., 0Y

  • Razskazovskaya, Olga, 0H, 0L

  • Reagan, B., 1G

  • Rehman, Z. U., 1P

  • Richman, Sam, 18

  • Riede, Wolfgang, 19, 23, 2A, 2B

  • Ristau, Detlev, 08, 0M, 1Q, 1Y, 24, 2A

  • Rocca, J. J., 1G

  • Ruble, Gerald S., 2H

  • Rudolph, Wolfgang, 14, 1G

  • Rullier, Jean-Luc, 15, 1R

  • Sanner, N., 27

  • Sato, Kazunari, 03

  • Savelyev, Mikhail S., 12

  • Schiltz, D., 1G

  • Schröder, Helmut, 19, 2A, 2B

  • Schumacher, Douglass, 0X

  • Scott, D., 05

  • Sentis, Marc, 0J, 27

  • Shaikh, Waseem, 1M

  • Shao, Jianda, 0P

  • Shen, N., 0S

  • Shen, Yan Long, 27

  • Shvets, Gennady, 1S

  • Škoda, Václav, 1B, 2E

  • Smalakys, Linas, 1I, 1Z

  • Smith, Jodie M., 1M

  • Sozet, M., 07

  • Steele, W., 0S

  • Stolz, Christopher J., 0N

  • Sudradjat, Julian, 2G

  • Sun, Mingying, 29

  • Sun, Wei, 0P

  • Sun, Zhanliang, 14

  • Suratwala, T., 0S

  • Svrluga, R., 2I

  • Talghader, J. J., 1L

  • Tatsumi, Daisuke, 03

  • Taylor, L. N., 1L

  • Tereshchenko, Sergey A., 12

  • Thomas, Micheal D., 0N, 17

  • Tomlinson, Stephanie, 1M

  • Torrie, Calum I., 02

  • Tovena-Pécault, I., 07

  • Tran, K. A., 1P

  • Trendafilov, Simeon, 1S

  • Trubetskov, Michael K., 0H, 0L

  • Turchette, Quentin, 18

  • Turner, Trey, 18

  • Tzeremes, Georgios D., 2G

  • Ueda, Akitoshi, 03

  • Utéza, Olivier, 0J, 27

  • Vámos, Lénárd, 11

  • Vanda, Jan, 1B, 2E

  • Wagner, F. R., 25

  • Wagner, Paul, 2B

  • Walsh, M., 2I

  • Wang, Hu, 0P

  • Wang, Li, 1V

  • Wegner, P., 0Y

  • Wernham, Denny, 23

  • Wong, L., 0S

  • Wu, Rong, 1V

  • Wu, Zhouling, 06, 16, 1W

  • Xu, Bing, 26

  • Xue, Bing, 1N

  • Yakovlev, V. S., 0H

  • Yao, Yudong, 29

  • Yi, Allen, 1S

  • Yi, Kui, 0P

  • Yoneda, Hitoki, 03

  • Yu, Zhenkun, 0P

  • Zhang, Qi, 06, 16

  • Zhang, Zhixiang, 29

  • Zhao, Dongfeng, 1V

  • Zhao, Yuanan, 0P, 1N

  • Zhou, Qiong, 29

  • Zhu, Jianqiang, 1V, 29

  • Zhu, Meiping, 0P

  • Zhu, Zhiqiang, 26

The International Program Committee of the Laser Damage Symposium XLVI: Annual Symposium in Optical Materials

The International Program Committee of the Laser Damage Symposium is an essential part of the conference gathering representatives from many countries active in the field of high power laser components. Presently, the International Program Committee hosts renowned scientists from the United Kingdom, France, China, Japan, Germany and the United States. Besides providing contributions to the conference program, the International Program Committee is also active in promoting the conference and in attracting researchers from around the world. The members of the International Program Committee perform a vital service as an outreach for the conference on the global scale. Individuals with suggestions for the meetings are requested to contact any Committee member who is either in acquaintance or in close proximity. The engagement of the International Program Committee, which initiated participation from around 40 countries during the last several years, is acknowledged here as a major contribution to the success of the conference.

Members of the International Program Committee of the XLVI Laser Damage Symposium 2014

  • James E. Andrew, AWE plc (United Kingdom)

  • Jonathan W. Arenberg, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems (United States)

  • Mireille Commandré, Institut Fresnel (France)

  • Stavros G. Demos, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (United States)

  • Leonid B. Glebov, CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida (United States)

  • Takahisa Jitsuno, Osaka University (Japan)

  • Klaus Mann, Laser-Laboratorium Göttingen e.V. (Germany)

  • Carmen S. Menoni, Colorado State University (United States)

  • Masataka Murahara, Tokai University (Japan)

  • Jérôme Néauport, Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique (France)

  • Semyon Papernov, University of Rochester (United States)

  • Wolfgang Rudolph, The University of New Mexico (United States)

  • Jianda Shao, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics (China)

  • Michelle D. Shinn, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (United States)

  • Christopher J. Stolz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (United States)

  • Detlev Ristau Committee Chair, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (Germany)

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"Front Matter: Volume 9237", Proc. SPIE 9237, Laser-Induced Damage in Optical Materials: 2014, 923701 (15 December 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2179432; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2179432
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