Dr. Dale H. Martz
Chief Technologist at nLIGHT
SPIE Involvement:
Area of Expertise:
High Energy Lasers , kW Fiber Lasers , Growth of Thin Films , EUV/Soft X-Ray Sources , Zoneplate Imaging , Diode Pumped Lasers
Profile Summary

Over the past several years I have contributed to the design, construction and implementation of large-scale electro-optical-mechanical engineering systems for high energy laser system development, plasma research, biological imaging and the growth of thin films for laser optics.
Publications (8)

Proceedings Article | 11 April 2024 Presentation + Paper
J. Edgecumbe, D. Martz
Proceedings Volume 12939, 129390D (2024) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.3013106
KEYWORDS: Fiber lasers, Fiber amplifiers, Laser systems engineering, Laser weapons

Proceedings Article | 26 February 2018 Presentation + Paper
Juan Montoya, Chris Hwang, Chris Aleshire, Patricia Reed, Dale Martz, Mike Riley, Michael Trainor, Catherine Belley, Scot Shaw, T. Y. Fan, Dan Ripin
Proceedings Volume 10512, 1051202 (2018) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2290014
KEYWORDS: Control systems, Polarization, Fiber amplifiers, Single mode fibers, Adaptive control, Modulators, Superposition, Atmospheric turbulence, Optical amplifiers, Multimode fibers

Proceedings Article | 6 October 2011 Paper
Proceedings Volume 8140, 81400I (2011) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.894336
KEYWORDS: Optical amplifiers, X-ray lasers, Amplifiers, Semiconductor lasers, Plasma, Picosecond phenomena, Near field, Laser systems engineering, Pulsed laser operation, Optical simulations

Proceedings Article | 29 September 2009 Paper
J. Rocca, F. Furch, B. Reagan, Y. Wang, D. Alessi, D. Martz, B. Luther, M. Berrill, S. Domingue, D. Kemp, F. Pedaci, V. Shlyaptsev, M. Marconi, C. Menoni
Proceedings Volume 7451, 745106 (2009) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.826349
KEYWORDS: X-ray lasers, Optical amplifiers, Plasma, Picosecond phenomena, Tellurium, Semiconductor lasers, Pulsed laser operation, Cameras, Molybdenum, Solids

Proceedings Article | 18 May 2009 Paper
Proceedings Volume 7361, 73610O (2009) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.822759
KEYWORDS: Capillaries, Extreme ultraviolet, Plasma, Polymethylmethacrylate, Mirrors, Argon, Microscopes, Ions, Physics, Spherical lenses

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