International Conference "Pulsed Lasers on Atomic and Molecular Transitions"

September 07-09, 1992, Tomsk, Russia

September 7, 1992

Invited speakers
Time: 10:30-13:00
10:30
Pulsed Metal Vapor Lasers: Outlook and Applications
Petrash G.G.
Physical Institute RAS, Moscow, Russia
11:00
Flowing Metal Vapor Lasers
Karras T.W., Anderson K.E.
Laser Physics and Research, General Electric Company, Philadelphia, USA
11:30
Coffee break
12:00
New Active Media for Dye Lasers
Gruzinsky V.V.
Minsk State University, Minsk, Byelorussia
12:30
Recent Progress at IMFM on High Average Power Excimer Lasers and Their Applications
Fontaine B.L., Sentis M.L., Delaporte C., Forestier B.M.
Institut de Mechanique des Fluids de Marseille, France

Section: Gas Lasers. Poster reports.
Chairman: Tarasenko V.F., Prof., Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
Time: 13:00-14:00
1
Feasibility of Using O-A Pinch for Short Wavelength Collisional-Transfer Laser Action
Gorel'chanik I.E., Loskutov V.V., Oreshkin V.I.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
2
Feasibility of Gas Laser Pumping by High-Energy E-Beams
Koroljov V.S., Mal'tsev A.N.
Institute of Atmospheric Optics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
3
Discharge CIF-Laser Spectrum
Vasil'ev Zh.V., Razhev A.M., Deryugin A.A., Kochetov I.V.
Institute of Laser Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
4
Calculation and Optimization of Electrode Configuration for Wide-Aperture Transverse Discharge Lasers
Veryovkin Yu.K., Karganov À.I., Tertyshnik A.D.
Institute of Applied Physics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
5
On the Feasibility of CW Laser Action on Electron Transitions ii Rare Gas Atoms
Klimovsky I.I., Kubasov V.N.
Institute of High Temperatures RAS, Moscow, Russia
6
Xe-Cl- Laser Pulse Strtching
Bukaty E.V., Panchenko A.N., Tarasenko V.F.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
7
Laser Oscillator-Amplifier System with Wavelength Tunin from 307.7 to 308.45 nm
Kaul V.B., Mel'chenko S.V., Panchenko A.N., Tarasenko V.F.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
8
Gain Increase in the Yellow Neon-Line (585 nm) in Four-Componcnl Gas Mixtures
Lomaev M.I., Mel'chenko S.V., Tarasenko V.F., Fedenyov A.V.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
9
XeCI-Laser Mixture Ratio Optimization Techniques
Mel'chenko S.V., Fyodorov A.I.*
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia , *Institute of Atmospheric Optics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
10
Pulsed High-Power UV Double-ActiveVolume Double-Frequency Gas Laser
Ayupov R.M., Mukhibov N., Kasyrnov A.I., Tursunbaev A., Tursunov A.T., Khaitbaev U.
Samarkand State University, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
11
Radiation from Kr-Xe Mixture at Cryogenic Temperatures
Boychenko A.M.
Institute of General Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia
12
Narrow Linewidth Low Beam Divergence XeCI-Laser
Losev V.F., Panchenko Yu.N.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
13
RU-75/05 Triggered Spark Gaps in Repetitively Pulsed Discharge Lasers
Gurkov K.V., Baranov A.I., Lomaev M.I.*, Patrush A.V., Tarasenko V.F.*
Science&Production Association "Plasma", Ryazan, Russia, *Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
14
Formation of Secondary Discharge in the Relaxing CO2 Laser Plasma
Lisenkov V.V., Osipov V.V.
Institute of Electrophysics UrB RAS, Ekaterinburg, Russia
15
Variation of Chemical Composition of Active Medium during CO2 - Laser Operation
Belyakov I.I., Bogdanov P.I., Osipov V.V., Tel'nov V.A.
Institute of Electrophysics UrB RAS, Ekaterinburg, Russia
16
Leaders and Outsiders in the Thirty Years Long Competition between Discharge Gas Lasers
Bayko I.Yu., Poyzner B.N.
Tomsk State University, Russia
24
Feasibility of Short-Wavelength AI/Mg Laser Action
Baksht R.B., Datsko I.M., Loskutov V.V., Oreshkin V.I., Russkikh A.G.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia

Section: Gas Lasers. Oral reports.
Chairman: Yakovlenko S.I., Prof., Institute of General Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia
Time: 15:00-19:00
15:00
Pulsed High Density Gas Lasers
Tarasenko V.F.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
15:30
Control of Discharge Stability by Efficient Induced Wave Dumping in a High Pulse Repetition Rate XeCI Laser
Truong J.P., Sentis M.L., Delaporte C., Forestier B.M., Fontaine B.L., Uteza O., Tassy I.
Institut de Mechanique des Fluids de Marseille, France

Long Pulse KrCI Laser at X = 222 nm
Hueber J.-M., Fontaine B.L., Sentis M.L., Delaporte C., Bemard N., Forestier B.M.
Institut de Mechanique des Fluids de Marseille, France
16:00
Reflectivity and Phase-Conjugation Fidelity of Broad-Band Stimulated Brilloin Scattering Mirrors
Perrone M.R.
Institute di Fisica, Lecce, Italy
16:30
Saturation Spectroscopy of F-Laser Active Medium
Alekseev D.V., Andrukhin V.I., Pastor A.A., Serdobintzev P.Yu.
St-Petersburg State University, Peterburg, Russia
16:45
Kinetic Model of ArF-Laser
Boychenko A.M.
Institute of General Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia
17:00
Coffee break
17:30
Numerical Simulation of He-Ne-Ar and He-N2 Lasers
Karelin A.V.
Institute of General Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia
17:45
UV-Preionized Longitudinal Discharge-Excited Laser Action on Rare Gas Atom Transitions
Muravjov I.I., Yancharina A.M., Chemikov Y.V., Gorbunova T.M.
Siberian Physical Technical Institute, Tomsk, Russia
18:00
XeCI-Laser Output Beam Forming and Stimulated Raman Scattering of High Power UV-Radiation in Gases and Vapors
Mel'chenko S.V.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia
18:20
Surface Discharge-Pumped Ar-Xe Laser
Kralin V.V., Firsov K.N.
Institute of General Physics RAS, Moscow, Russia
18:35
Investigation of Spectral Structure and Lasing Threshold in Ar-Xe and He-Ar-Xe Mixtures Under Low-Power Pumping
Fedenyov A.V.
Institute of High Current Electronics SB RAS, Tomsk, Russia

Section: Dye Laser Systems: State-of the-Art and Outlook. Oral reports.
Chairmans: Gruzinsky V.V., Prof., Minsk State University, Minsk, Belorussia; Kopylova T.N., Dr., Siberian Physical Technical Institute, Tomsk, Russia
Time: 15:00-20:00

Efficient Laser Action from Systems Pyromethene-BF2 Complexes
Pavlopoulos T.G., Boyer H.*
U. S. Naval Ocean Center, San Diego, USA, *University of New Orleans, USA

Tunable Synchronously Pumped Pico-and Femtosecond Lasers
Tikhonov Ye.A.
Institute of Physics, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

Development and Construction High-Power Dye Lasers with Long Lifetimes
Kopylova T.N., Mayer G.V.
Siberian Physical Technical Institute, Tomsk, Russia

Formation of Spatial Structure of Pulsed Dye Laser Field
Korobov A.M., Yurchenko L.V., Shul'ga V.M.
Institute of Radioelectronics Kharkov, Ukraine

Coffee break
17:30
Laser Dye Photodegradalion and Characteristics of Tunable Lasers
Cherednichenko O.B., lvanenko O.I.
Science&Production Association "Polyus", Moscow
18:05
The Effect of Laser Design and Dye Concentration on the Laser Lifetime
Degtyarenko K.M., Kopylova T.N., Kuznetsova R.T., Mayer G.V., Tel'minov Ye.N.
Siberian Physical Technical Institute, Tomsk, Russia
18:30
The Effect of Polarization on the Dye Oscillator and Amplifier Efficiency
Grigorjev I.S., Ignatjev Yu.V., Mikhaylov I.V., Semerok A.F.
Institute of Atomic Energy, Moscow, Russia
18:55
Polarized Light-Pumped Dye Lasers: New Ways of Laser Polarization and Energy Control
Gaysenok V.A., Gancharenok I.I., Klishenko A.P., Kozlov I.N.
Minsk State University, Minsk, Byelorussia
19:20
New Frequency Generation in Uninverted Resonanse Medium by High-Power Laser Beams
Gaydarenko D.V., Leonov A.G., Panteleev A.A., Starostin A.N., Chekhov D.I.
Moscow Physical Technical Institute, Moscow, Russia
19:45
Lasing in He-Sr and He-Cd Recombination Laser-Pumped Dyes
Zinchenko S.P., Latush Ye.L., Sam M.F., Tykydzhy-Khambuijan R.A.
Rostov State University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia