Ultra-high spatial resolution diagnostics of femtosecond laser radiation-induced modification morphology in glasses for the fabrication of microfluidic and microphotonic components

Cyril Hnatovsky
The light intensity in a focused femtosecond laser pulse can be high enough to initiate non-linear absorption of the radiation in otherwise transparent dielectric media. The highly localized energy deposition into the material results in permanent changes in its chemical and physical properties which can be used in the fabrication of various photonic and microfluidic devices. In this thesis we study the morphology and optical properties of the modification induced by focused femtosecond laser radiation...
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