eyesafe2u - Fiber optic components for "eye-safe" spectral region around 2 um

Sponsor: Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic

Principal investigator: Michael Písařík, MSc.

Co-principal investigator: Pavel Peterka, Ph.D.

Members: Pavel Honzátko, Ph.D.; Ivan Kašík, Ph.D.; Vlastimil Matějec, Ph.D.; Ondřej Podrazký, Ph.D.; Filip Todorov, Ph.D.

From: 2012-04-17

To: 2015-12-31

The project is focused at applied research and experimental development of fiber-optic components for laser devices operating in spectral region around 2 micrometers. The risk of retina damage in the human eye is more than four orders of magnitude relaxed at these wavelengths compared to the fiber laser emitting at around 1 micrometer that are now commonly in use. The project addresses expected demands for key components for laser devices in this so-called "eye-safe" spectral region that are actually of increasing importance.





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