We theoretically investigated the ultrafast thermal excitation behaviors on Au films surface irradiated by polarization-shaped femtosecond laser. The spatio-temporal dynamics of temperature evolution in Au film with polarization-shaped femtosecond laser excitation are obtained based on Finite Element Method (FEM). It is revealed that the phonon temperature fields can be flexibly adjusted by optimizing the polarization state combinations of polarization-shaped double femtosecond laser pulses. The results are attributed to pulse synthetic effect, which closely depends on the polarization state combinations of double femtosecond laser pulses. The study provides the basic for understanding of the thermal excitation dynamics for optimizing laser micro and nano-fabrications via tailoring the polarization state of temporally shaped femtosecond laser.
This paper reports a flexible fabrication method for 3D solenoid microcoils in silica glass. The method consists of femtosecond laser wet etching (FLWE) and microsolidics process. The 3D microchannel with high aspect ratio is fabricated by an improved FLWE method. In the microsolidics process, an alloy was chosen as the conductive metal. The microwires are achieved by injecting liquid alloy into the microchannel, and allowing the alloy to cool and solidify. The alloy microwires with high melting point can overcome the limitation of working temperature and improve the electrical property. The geometry, the height and diameter of microcoils were flexibly fabricated by the pre-designed laser writing path, the laser power and etching time. The 3D microcoils can provide uniform magnetic field and be widely integrated in many magnetic microsystems.
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The International Conference on Photonics and Optical Engineering and the Annual West China Photonics Conference (icPOE 2014)