Applied optics

The main research areas of the Physical Optics Laboratory of Department of Atomic Physics are applied optical and laser physics applications, optical technology research and the development of optical diagnostic equipments. Our applied optics research covers optical data storage, acousto-optic modulators, deflectors, Q switches, mode-lockers, filters, fsec pulse shapers, integrated optics, guided wave devices, fiber optic systems, optical signal processing, new optical technologies, modelling and design of optical systems, nonlinear optical devices, photo-acoustic and time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy of biological materials, light sources, optical measurement techniques, optics for medical diagnosztics, laser material processing, coherent infrared differential absorption lidar, holography, spectroscopic measurement techniques (NIR, VIS, fluorescence, LIBS, color), displays, photovoltaics.