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Ultrashort pulse capability at the L2I high intensity laser facility

  • Gonçalo Figueira (a1), Joana Alves (a2), João M. Dias (a1), Marta Fajardo (a1), Nuno Gomes (a1), Victor Hariton (a1), Tayyab Imran (a3), Celso P. João (a1), Jayanath Koliyadu (a1), Swen Künzel (a1), Nelson C. Lopes (a1), Hugo Pires (a1), Filipe Ruão (a1) and Gareth Williams (a1)...
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The Laboratory for Intense Lasers (L2I) is a research centre in optics and lasers dedicated to experimental research in high intensity laser science and technology and laser plasma interaction. Currently the laboratory is undergoing an upgrade with the goal of increasing the versatility of the laser systems available to the users, as well as increasing the pulse repetition rate. In this paper we review the current status of the laser research and development programme of this facility, namely the upgraded capability and the recent progress towards the installation of an ultrashort, diode-pumped OPCPA laser system.

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Correspondence to: G. Figueira, IPFN, Instituto Superior Técnico, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1049-001 Lisbon, Portugal. Email: goncalo.figueira@tecnico.ulisboa.pt
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