Femtosecond laser system
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Engineering and Technology
Type of infrastructure
Name of national/international infrastructure this infrastructure belongs toDiv. of Combustion Physics is part of the Lund Laser Centre (LLC), which is a European Major Research Infrastructure and a part of LASERLAB-Europe. Div. of Comb. Physics is also part of the national Centre CECOST.
DescriptionHigh-power amplified Ti:Sapp fs-laser (produces pulses of 125 fs duration, 800 nm wavelength, and 60 mJ pulse energy, at 10 Hz rep. rate). Two OPAs, pumped by the Ti:Sapp, deliver fs pulses ranging from 190 to 1 600 nm.
Equipment and resourcesThe laboratory contains, in addition to the fs-laser system, optics, CCD cameras, spectrometers, MCP-PMT, and an ultrafast streak camera.
Services providedHigh-power laser system used for measurements in the femtosecond timescale, physical access and virtual access.
All data is generated, stored and transferred locally.
Management of the infrastructureThe laser system belongs to the Div. of Combustion Physics, which is headed by Prof. Marcus Aldén. Prof. Joakim Bood is responsible for system operation and maintenance.
Available for loanAvailable for loan - internal and external
Terms of access:
Access for external users can be obtained through applications for joint research projects, either via the Lund Laser Centre (LLC) or the Incentive program of the Center for Combustion Science and Technology (CECOST).