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The Photonics Spotlight

Photographs, Drawings and Videos for the Encyclopedia of Laser Physics and Technology

Posted on 2016-04-04 as a part of the Photonics Spotlight (available as e-mail newsletter!)

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Author: Dr. Rüdiger Paschotta, RP Photonics Consulting GmbH

Abstract: We encourage researchers and company people to provide photographs, drawings and videos for use in our Encyclopedia of Laser Physics and Technology. Readers like that, and the contributors obtain a fair recognition.

Dr. Rüdiger Paschotta

Today I would like to make you aware of the possibility to contribute photographs, drawings and videos to the Encyclopedia of Laser Physics and Technology. Most illustrations there have been made by ourselves, but we have limited opportunities for making nice photographs of components and laser systems, for example. Therefore, we are happy to publish photographs and videos provided by others – for example, by researchers and laser companies.

In the following, I summarize the conditions:

Some ideas for suitable materials:

Such cooperations really create a lot of benefits:

So I will be glad to receive your suggestions for the publication of such materials!

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