2007 - OSA Fellows For many outstanding and imaginative contributions in the fields of light and electric-field-induced phenomena in optical materials.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optics, Laser, Optoelectronics, Femtosecond and Birefringence. His studies link Electric field with Optics. His Electric field course of study focuses on Electron and Lead silicate, Ray and Grating.
Peter G. Kazansky interconnects Lithium niobate, Diffraction grating, Photoelectric effect and Anisotropy in the investigation of issues within Laser. His Fiber laser study, which is part of a larger body of work in Optoelectronics, is frequently linked to Terabyte, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Femtosecond research incorporates elements of Optical storage, Physical optics, Circular polarization, Fresnel zone and Sapphire.
Peter G. Kazansky mainly focuses on Optics, Optoelectronics, Laser, Femtosecond and Ultrashort pulse. His study involves Birefringence, Polarization, Optical fiber, Refractive index and Second-harmonic generation, a branch of Optics. His Optoelectronics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electric field and Nonlinear optics.
His Laser research incorporates themes from Nanotechnology, Amorphous silicon, 3D optical data storage, Diffraction grating and Anisotropy. He combines subjects such as Light scattering, Nanostructure, Scanning electron microscope, Circular polarization and Irradiation with his study of Femtosecond. His work on Glass Poling is typically connected to Thermal as part of general Poling study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Peter G. Kazansky spends much of his time researching Optics, Laser, Ultrashort pulse, Femtosecond and Optoelectronics. Polarization, Interferometry, Nanosecond, Beam and Photonics are among the areas of Optics where he concentrates his study. His Laser study incorporates themes from Geometric phase, Birefringence, Holography, 3D optical data storage and Anisotropy.
His study in Ultrashort pulse is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Radial polarization, Wavefront, Nanotechnology and Circular polarization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Range, Transmittance, Substrate, Nanostructure and Metamaterial. Peter G. Kazansky has researched Optoelectronics in several fields, including Crystallization, Thin film, Indium tin oxide, Broadband and Picosecond.
His primary areas of study are Laser, Optics, Ultrashort pulse, Optoelectronics and Femtosecond. His Laser research integrates issues from Amorphous solid, Chemical engineering, Sodium silicate and Conductivity. His studies in Optics integrate themes in fields like Phase and Silicon.
His Ultrashort pulse research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wavefront, Birefringence, Nanostructure, Polarization and Orders of magnitude. The various areas that Peter G. Kazansky examines in his Optoelectronics study include Thin film, Fused quartz, Broadband and Picosecond. His Femtosecond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Range, Light field, Anisotropy, Pressure-gradient force and Asymmetry.
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Self-organized nanogratings in glass irradiated by ultrashort light pulses
Yasuhiko Shimotsuma;Peter G. Kazansky;Jiarong Qiu;Kazuoki Hirao.
Physical Review Letters (2003)
Fabrication of long-period fiber gratings by focused irradiation of infrared femtosecond laser pulses
Yuki Kondo;Kentaro Nouchi;Tsuneo Mitsuyu;Masaru Watanabe.
Optics Letters (1999)
Radially polarized optical vortex converter created by femtosecond laser nanostructuring of glass
Martynas Beresna;Mindaugas Gecevičius;Peter G. Kazansky;Titas Gertus.
Applied Physics Letters (2011)
Form birefringence and negative index change created by femtosecond direct writing in transparent materials
Erica Bricchi;Bruce G. Klappauf;Peter G. Kazansky.
Optics Letters (2004)
Seemingly Unlimited Lifetime Data Storage in Nanostructured Glass
Jingyu Zhang;Mindaugas Gecevičius;Martynas Beresna;Peter G. Kazansky.
Physical Review Letters (2014)
``Quill'' writing with ultrashort light pulses in transparent materials
Peter G. Kazansky;Weijia Yang;Erica Bricchi;James Bovatsek.
Applied Physics Letters (2007)
Propagation of cold atoms along a miniature magnetic guide
M. Key;I. G. Hughes;W. Rooijakkers;B. E. Sauer.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Polarization sensitive elements fabricated by femtosecond laser nanostructuring of glass [Invited]
Martynas Beresna;Mindaugas Gecevičius;Peter G. Kazansky.
Optical Materials Express (2011)
Thermally poled glass: frozen-in electric field or oriented dipoles?
P.G. Kazansky;P.St.J. Russel.
Optics Communications (1994)
Anomalous anisotropic light scattering in Ge-doped silica glass
P.G. Kazansky;H. Inouye;T. Mitsuyu;K. Miura.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
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