Gilles Chériaux


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Gilles

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Chériaux

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  • 2013-05 Spectral mirror for ultra-short, high peak power, multi-PW Ti:sapphire lasers in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2009-08 Nonlinear spectral cleaning of few-cycle pulses via cross-polarized wave (XPW) generation in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2009-07-23 Ultra-high intensity-High Contrast 300-TW laser at 0.1 Hz repetition rate in ULTRAFAST PHENOMENA XVI
  • 2008 Ultrafast Laser Amplifier Systems in STRONG FIELD LASER PHYSICS
  • 2007-06 Spectral broadening and pulse duration reduction during cross-polarized wave generation: influence of the quadratic spectral phase in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2007 Generation of High-energy Few-cycle Pulses by Filament Compression in ULTRAFAST OPTICS V
  • 2007 OPCPA Systems for the Amplification of Ultrashort Pulses Up to Millijoules Level in ULTRAFAST OPTICS V
  • 2007 Temporal Contrast Enhanced to 10−10 for Petawatt Class Femtosecond Lasers in ULTRAFAST OPTICS V
  • 2006-09 Highly efficient temporal cleaner for femtosecond pulses based on cross-polarized wave generation in a dual crystal scheme in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2006-04 Nonlinear temporal pulse cleaning of a 1-μm optical parametric chirped-pulse amplification system in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2006-03 Architecture of a blue high contrast multiterawatt ultrashort laser in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2002-04 Design and characterization of a near-diffraction-limited femtosecond 100-TW 10-Hz high-intensity laser system in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2000-06 Importance of spatial quality of intense femtosecond pulses in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 2000-06 Control of thermal effects for high-intensity Ti:sapphire laser chains in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 1998 Wavefront Correction of High Intensity Femtosecond Lasers in ULTRAFAST PHENOMENA XI
  • 1997-08 A laser system producing 5×1019 W/cm2 at 10 Hz in APPLIED PHYSICS B
  • 1996 Observation of Relativistic Self-Focusing, Self-Channeling and Filamentation of Multiterawatt Ultra-Short Laser Pulses in Optical-Field Ionized Argon Gas Jets in ULTRAFAST PHENOMENA X
  • 1996 Generation of 25 TW, 32 fs Pulses at 10 Hz in ULTRAFAST PHENOMENA X
  • 1996 On the Pulse Quality Limitations in Ultrashort Chirped Pulse Amplification in ULTRAFAST PHENOMENA X
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