F. J. Duarte

Interferometric Optics, Jonesborough

F J Duarte is the editor/author of 16 scholarly books including Dye Laser Principles (1990), High-Power Dye Lasers (1991), Tunable Laser Applications (1995, 2009, 2016), and Tunable Lasers Handbook (1995). He is a co-author of Quantum Entanglement Engineering and Applications (2021) and the sole author of Tunable Laser Optics (2003, 2015), Quantum Optics for Engineers (2014, 2024), and Fundamentals of Quantum Entanglement (2019, 2022). Duarte's contributions have found applications in numerous scientific fields including atomic physics, astronomy, chemistry, coherence, cytology, electrophoresis, femtosecond laser microscopy, geodesics, geophysics, gravitational lensing, heat transfer, imaging, laser isotope separation, laser medicine, laser pulse compression, laser spectroscopy, mathematical transforms, microfluidics, nanobiophotonics, nanoengineering, nanophotonics, nanotechnology, nonlinear optics, optofluidics, organic semiconductor lasers, phase imaging, polarization rotation, quantum computing, quantum entanglement, quantum fluctuations, quantum interpretations, quantum philosophy, space exploration, and tunable diode laser design. Dr. Duarte was elected Fellow of the Australian Institute of Physics in 1987 and Fellow of the Optical Society of America in 1993. He has received several professional recognitions including the Engineering Excellence Award (1995) and the David Richardson Medal (2016) from the Optical Society (now Optica).

F. J. Duarte

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In this volume, recent contributions on coherence provide a useful perspective on the diversity of various coherent sources of emission and coherent related phenomena of current interest. These papers provide a preamble for a larger collection of contributions on ultrashort pulse laser generation and ultrashort pulse laser phenomena. Papers on ultrashort pulse phenomena include works on few cycle pulses, high-power generation, propagation in various media, to various applications of current interest. Undoubtedly, Coherence and Ultrashort Pulse Emission offers a rich and practical perspective on this rapidly evolving field.

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