2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
2020 - Frederic Ives Medal, The Optical Society For fundamental contributions to ultrafast lasers technology, especially in the development of high peak and average power oscillators and important breakthroughs in attosecond science.
2019 - IEEE Edison Medal For pioneering and fundamental contributions to and leadership in useable, compact ultrafast laser technology, enabling applications in metrology, sensing, and biophotonics.
2014 - SPIE Fellow
2003 - OSA Fellows For pioneering contributions to the development of femtosecond laser technology and applications and the development of semiconductor saturable absorber mirrors.
Her primary areas of study are Optics, Laser, Optoelectronics, Ultrashort pulse and Mode-locking. Her Optics research focuses on Saturable absorption, Semiconductor laser theory, Pulse duration, Q-switching and Femtosecond. Her study looks at the relationship between Laser and fields such as Quantum optics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
She works mostly in the field of Optoelectronics, limiting it down to topics relating to Quantum well and, in certain cases, Active laser medium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Excitation, Quantum tunnelling and Atomic physics in addition to Ultrashort pulse. Her work deals with themes such as Soliton, Diode, Solid-state laser, Semiconductor and Ti:sapphire laser, which intersect with Mode-locking.
Her primary areas of investigation include Optics, Laser, Optoelectronics, Ultrashort pulse and Semiconductor laser theory. Her study in Mode-locking, Femtosecond, Saturable absorption, Pulse and Pulse duration are all subfields of Optics. Her work on Laser power scaling, Fiber laser and Laser pumping as part of general Laser research is frequently linked to Thin disk, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her Optoelectronics research incorporates themes from Quantum well, Q-switching and Optical pumping. Ursula Keller interconnects Pulse compression and Nonlinear optics in the investigation of issues within Ultrashort pulse. Her work in Attosecond tackles topics such as Wave packet which are related to areas like Electron.
Ursula Keller mainly focuses on Laser, Optics, Optoelectronics, Ultrashort pulse and Attosecond. Her Semiconductor laser theory and Femtosecond study, which is part of a larger body of work in Laser, is frequently linked to Thin disk, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research investigates the link between Optics and topics such as Amplifier that cross with problems in Optical amplifier and Pulse compression.
Ursula Keller has included themes like Laser beams and Mode-locking in her Optoelectronics study. The Ultrashort pulse study combines topics in areas such as Pulse, Vertical-external-cavity surface-emitting-laser and Saturable absorption. The various areas that she examines in her Attosecond study include Extreme ultraviolet, Phase, Computational physics, Atomic physics and Electron.
Ursula Keller mainly investigates Laser, Optics, Ultrashort pulse, Attosecond and Optoelectronics. Her Pulse duration study in the realm of Laser interacts with subjects such as Thin disk. She regularly links together related areas like Amplifier in her Optics studies.
Her Ultrashort pulse research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Waveguide, Dispersion, Disk laser, Active laser medium and Picosecond. Her Attosecond study combines topics in areas such as Extreme ultraviolet, Electron localization function, Electron, Photoionization and Phase. Her work in Optoelectronics addresses issues such as Bandwidth-limited pulse, which are connected to fields such as Pulse.
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Semiconductor saturable absorber mirrors (SESAM's) for femtosecond to nanosecond pulse generation in solid-state lasers
U. Keller;K.J. Weingarten;F.X. Kartner;D. Kopf.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (1996)
Recent developments in compact ultrafast lasers
Carrier-envelope offset phase control: A novel concept for absolute optical frequency measurement and ultrashort pulse generation
H.R. Telle;G. Steinmeyer;A.E. Dunlop;J. Stenger.
Applied Physics B (1999)
Solid-state low-loss intracavity saturable absorber for Nd:YLF lasers : an antiresonant semiconductor Fabry-Perot saturable absorber
U. Keller;D. A. B. Miller;G. D. Boyd;T. H. Chiu.
Optics Letters (1992)
Q-switching stability limits of continuous-wave passive mode locking
C. Hönninger;R. Paschotta;F. Morier-Genoud;M. Moser.
Journal of The Optical Society of America B-optical Physics (1999)
Attosecond Ionization and Tunneling Delay Time Measurements in Helium
P. Eckle;A. N. Pfeiffer;C. Cirelli;A. Staudte.
Semiconductor saturable-absorber mirror assisted Kerr-lens mode-locked Ti:sapphire laser producing pulses in the two-cycle regime.
Dirk H. Sutter;G. Steinmeyer;L. Gallmann;N. Matuschek.
Optics Letters (1999)
Frontiers in Ultrashort Pulse Generation: Pushing the Limits in Linear and Nonlinear Optics.
G. Steinmeyer;D. H. Sutter;L. Gallmann;N. Matuschek.
Passively modelocked surface-emitting semiconductor lasers
Ursula Keller;Anne C. Tropper.
Physics Reports (2006)
Ultrafast ytterbium-doped bulk lasers and laser amplifiers
C. Hönninger;R. Paschotta;M. Graf;F. Morier-Genoud.
Applied Physics B (1999)
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