We demonstrate a new approach to in-situ measurement of femtosecond laser pulse induced changes in glass enabling the reconstruction in 3D of the induced complex permittivity modification. The technique can be used to provide single shot and time resolved quantitative measurements with a micron scale spatial resolution.
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- femtosecond laser pulse
- induced complex permittivity modification
- single shot
- time resolved quantitative measurements
- micron scale spatial resolution
Turchin, A. V., Dubov, M., & Williams, J. A. R. (2010). In-situ measurement and the reconstruction in 3D of femtosecond inscription induced complex permittivity modification in glass. Optics Letters, 35(17), 2952-2954. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.35.002952