Daniel Thul

January 1, 1980 by
Biography I am a graduate student who specializes in high-intensity, ultrashort laser applications. My main interests are filamentation and long-range propagation of terawatt-level pulses. I currently lead projects that study these applications in both the near- and mid-infrared spectral regimes.

Martin C. Richardson

January 1, 1980 by
Biography Martin Richardson graduated from Imperial College, London, in Physics (1964) and gained his Ph.D in Photon Physics from London University in 1967 as the first student to graduate in lasers under the advisement of the late Daniel Bradley. For his thesis he studied the spectral characteristics of laser modes, investigated non-linear optical processes in […]

William Silfvast

January 1, 1980 by
Biography William T. Silfvast received both a B.S. degree in Physics and a B.S. degree in Mathematics (1961) and a Ph.D. in Physics with a minor in Mathematics (1965) from the University of Utah. From 1967 to 1989 he worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories, becoming a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff in 1983.  In […]