26 September 2014 Front Matter: Volume 9238
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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.

Azechi, H., 02

Bellum, John, 0D

Bourgeade, A., 0C

Burdonov, Konstantin, 09

Chambonneau, M., 03, 0I

Chang, Junxiu, 06

Chen, Songlin, 0E

Chériaux, Gilles, 0A

Courchinoux, R., 0C, 0I

Cui, Hui, 0H

Diaz, R., 03, 0I

Djidel, Slimane, 0A

Du, Juan, 05

Dupuy, G., 0C

Field, Ella, 0D

Gallais, Laurent, 0A

Grua, P., 03

Harada, Yoshiyuki, 0J

He, Hongbo, 0G

He, Jun, 0H

Hervy, Adrien, 0A

Horibe, Hideo, 0J

Hu, Guohang, 06, 07, 0F

Inayoshi, S., 0K, 0L

Inoue, M., 0K

Jitsuno, Takahisa, 02, 04

Kamimura, Tomosumi, 0J

Kato, K., 02

Kato, K., 0K, 0L

Kawato, S., 0K, 0L

Khazanov, Efim, 09

Kiriyama, Takuya, 0J

Kletecka, Damon, 0D

Kobayashi, Takayoshi, 05

Kobiyama, Mitsunobu, 04

Kuramae, Hiroyuki, 0J

Kuroki, Yuta, 0J

Kuzmin, Alexey, 09

Kyomoto, K., 0K, 0L

Lamaignère, L., 03, 0C, 0I

Lammers, Melanie, 08

Leng, Yuxin, 05

Li, Dawei, 06, 07

Li, Zehan, 05

Lin, Xiuqing, 06

Liu, Jie, 0H

Liu, Shijie, 0G, 0H

Liu, Xiaofeng, 06, 07

Liu, Zhichao, 0B, 0E

Luce, J., 0I

Ma, Ping, 0B, 0E

Maruko, A., 0K, 0L

Matsubara, S., 0K, 0L

Mikami, K., 02

Miyanaga, N., 02

Morioka, M., 0K, 0L

Motokoshi, Shinji, 02, 04

Mouricaud, Daniel, 0A

Murakami, H., 02

Muraoka, Hiroki, 0J

Natoli, J.-Y., 03, 0I

Nishio, M., 0K, 0L

Nishiyama, Takashi, 0J

Okunishi, H., 0K, 0L

Pan, Feng, 0B, 0E

Potreck, Arne, 08

Riede, Wolfgang, 08

Roques, A., 0C

Rullier, J.-L., 03

Sato, E., 02

Schröder, Helmut, 08

Shaikin, Ilya, 09

Shan, Haiyang, 0G

Shao, Jianda, 06, 0F, 0G

Shaykin, Andrey, 09

Shimabayashi, K., 0K, 0L

Soloviev, Alexander, 09

Sugiura, Muneo, 04

Takama, M., 0K, 0L

Tamura, Koichi, 04

Tanaka, M., 0L

Tzeremes, Georgios, 08

Wang, Yueliang, 06, 07

Wei, Chaoyang, 0G

Xiao, Qiling, 07

Xu, Xueke, 0G

Yamagata, S., 0K, 0L

Yang, Jun, 0F

Yang, Liujiang, 07

Yang, Minghong, 0F

Yao, Yuangen, 06

Yi, Kui, 0F, 0G

Yoshida, T., 0K, 0L

Zhao, Yuan’an, 05, 06, 07, 0H

Zheng, Guozong, 06

Zheng, Yi, 0B, 0E

Zhu, Meiping, 07

Conference Committee

Conference Chairs

  • Takahisa Jitsuno, Osaka University (Japan)

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

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

Organizing Committee

  • Co-chairs

    • Kunio Yoshida, Okamoto Optical Works (Japan)

    • Masataka Murahara, Tokai University (Japan)

    • Shinji Motokoshi, Institute for Laser Technology (Japan)

  • Members

    • Hisanori Fujita, Osaka University (Japan)

    • Hidetsugu Yoshida, Osaka University (Japan)

    • Jyunji Kawanaka, Osaka University (Japan)

    • Hajime Nishioka, University of Electro-Communications (Japan)

    • Tomozumi Kamimura, Osaka Institute of Technology (Japan)

    • Norihiko Yamamura, Showa Optronics Company, Ltd. (Japan)

    • Kiyoshi Suda, Sigma Koki Company, Ltd. (Japan)

    • Minako Azumi, Nikon Corporation (Japan)

    • Atsushi Yokotani, Miyazaki University (Japan)

    • Ryo Yasuhara, National Institute for Fusion Science (Japan)

Conference Program Committee

  • Norbert Kaiser, Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Optik und Feinmechanik (Germany)

  • Efim A. Khazanov, Institute of Applied Physics (Russia)

  • Zunqi Lin, SIOM—Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics (China)

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

  • Alexander A. Manenkov, General Physics Institute (Russia)

  • Richard Moncorgé, ENSICAEN (France)

  • Jean-Yves Natoli, Institute Fresnel (France)

  • Valdas Sirutkaitis, Vilnius University (Lithuania)

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

  • Koji Sugioka, RIKEN (Japan)

  • Takunori Taira, Institute for Molecular Science (Japan)

  • Mauro Tonelli, Universitá degli Studi di Pisa (Italy)

  • Eric W. Van Stryland, CREOL, University of Central Florida (United States)

  • Zhouling Wu, Rx Technnology, Ltd. (China)

  • Xiaomin Zhang, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)

  • Jiping Zou, École Polytechnique (France)

Session Chairs

  • Plenary Session

    John C. Bellum, Sandia National Laboratories (United States)

  • Joint Session

    Takahisa Jitsuno, Osaka University (Japan)

  • High Power Laser Damage

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

  • Nonlinear Crystals and Lasers

    Shinji Motokoshi, Institute for Laser Technology (Japan)

  • High Laser Damage Resistant Coating

    Kunio Yoshida, Okamoto Optical Works (Japan)

  • Defects, Contamination, Polishing and Surface Damage

    Tomosumi Kamimura, Osaka Institute of Technology (Japan)

    Yuanan Zhao, SIOM—Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics (China)

Introduction

The Pacific Rim Laser Damage (PLD) conference was initiated by Prof. Jianda Shao of Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, China in 2009. This conference was held as a satellite meeting of the SPIE Laser Damage Symposium at Boulder. The purpose of this meeting is to communicate with researchers in the field of laser damage and related phenomena especially in the Pacific Rim area. Normally, the PLD meeting is held biyearly in Shanghai, but due to special request of Prof. Shao, the PLD’14 meeting was held in Japan as a part of the OPIC conference.

PLD’14 included 7 sessions:

  • 1. Joint Session

    This joint session was proposed by Prof. T. Taira, (Conference Chair of LIC 2014, of the Institute for Molecular Science, Japan), because LIDT is an important factor for laser ignition devices. This session included 5 talks on laser process and damage phenomena.

  • 2. Plenary Session

    This session included Conference Co-Chairs (Prof. J. Shao and Prof. T. Jitsuno), with a talk about revolutionary grating fabrication from Plymouth Grating Laboratory (D. Smith).

  • 3. High Power Laser Damage

    This session included 5 talks on high energy and high peak power laser systems.

  • 4. Poster Session

    The Poster session included 8 reports on LIDS, laser systems and optical materials.

  • 5. Nonlinear Crystals and Laser

    This session included reports on nonlinear crystal and laser amplifier.

  • 6. High Laser Damage Resistant Coating

    Coating, material, and damage detection were reported.

  • 7. Defect, Contamination, Polishing and Surface Damage 10 papers on the fundamental research of this subject were reported.

We had 20 papers in PLD’14. The number of registered attendees for PLD’14 was 52, but we had many additional attendees from other OPIC conferences. PLD’14 was a small conference, but we had useful discussions and mutual communication. The special contributions of SPIE and SIOM should be mentioned. This conference is supported by the Chinese Academy of Science as a Japan-China Bilateral Forum. It is also a part of activities in the Project for Creation of Research Platform and Sharing of Advanced Research Infrastructure promoted by the Ministry of Education of the Japanese Government.

Takahisa Jitsuno

Jianda Shao

Wolfgang Rudolph

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