Recently femtosecond laser has been proved to shift the resonance in the far-field and enhance the field distribution in the near field by modifying the shape of nanoparticles. Here we estimate the photoluminesence properties of hybrid oligomers integrated with nanodiamonds by examining the near-field distribution and calculating the Purcell factor in 3D orientations.
Laser-induced crystallization in the volume of plates of Foturan™ photosensitive glass (PG) at heat treatment under the
CO<sub>2</sub>-laser radiation on previously produced microdefects is considered. Processes of a crystal phase nucleation and
growth during exposure of PG plate by CO<sub>2</sub>-laser are investigated. Comparison of heat treatment conditions of PG plate
under furnace heating and when exposed to irradiation of CO<sub>2</sub>-laser is made.
In this paper laser-induced modification of photosensitive glass-ceramic materials under YAG:Nd second harmonic
picosecond pulses is observed. The method for such modification based on laser processing and subsequent heat
treatment is developed. The comparison for infrared femtosecond modification is introduced.