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Evening Forum: Using A Trillion Watt Laser

Author: Ninomiya House, Issue: March 2002, Topic: Evening Forum

We know that lasers are widely used for various applications such as light-wave communications and CD players, etc. An important feature of lasers is a possibility of generating a very strong light beam. Recently, a trillion watt (terawatt) class laser system became available with a table-top size. By using this terawatt laser pulse, the generation of X-rays and high-energy particles is thought to be possible on a comparatively small scale, which can be applied to X-ray lithography and radiotherapy, etc. In this talk, Dr. Kiminori Kondo will discuss the ultra-short, high-peak power laser and its applications.

Friday, March 15, 2002, Ninomiya House 9F Salon The lecture begins at 6 pm and is followed by a question and answer time and free discussion. There is a 500 yen charge to cover drinks. Pre-registration is required. Please contact Ninomiya House (58-7006) by Wednesday, March 13. http://www.jistec.or.jp/house/news/evening_forum.html

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