NOC:Laser - Fundamentals and Applications


Lecture 1 - Unique properties of LASERs and their applications


Lecture 2 - LASER and its history


Lecture 3 - Interaction of Light with matter


Lecture 4 - Einsteins Concept of stimulated emission


Lecture 5 - Calculation of Einsteins coefficient


Lecture 6 - Population inversion, 2-level system and 3-level system


Lecture 7 - 3-level System and 4-level system


Lecture 8 - Components of LASERs


Lecture 9 - Modes of LASER cavity and standing waves


Lecture 10 - Transverse Modes of LASER cavity


Lecture 11 - Threshold Condition


Lecture 12 - Properties of Laser: Directionality and Intensity


Lecture 13 - Properties of Laser: Coherence and Monochromaticity


Lecture 14 - Continuous and Pulsed Lasers


Lecture 15 - Some Numerical problem


Lecture 16 - Cavity Dumping


Lecture 17 - Q-switching


Lecture 18 - Q-switching and Pockels effect


Lecture 19 - Passive Q-switching, Mode-Locking


Lecture 20 - Mode Locking


Lecture 21 - Mode - locking


Lecture 22 - Mode - locking (Continued...)


Lecture 23 - Passive Mode - locking and Types of LASERs


Lecture 24 - Solid state LASERs


Lecture 25 - Semiconductor LASERs and Gas LASERs


Lecture 26 - Gas LASERs


Lecture 27 - Chemical and Dye LASERs


Lecture 28 - Introduction to Non Linear Optics


Lecture 29 - Non Linear Optics


Lecture 30 - 2nd order Nonlinear optics


Lecture 31 - Non-linear optical processes


Lecture 32 - Aspects of SHG and Application of non-linear optics


Lecture 33 - Application of LASER: LIDAR


Lecture 34 - Application of Laser: Laser Spectroscopy


Lecture 35 - Application of Laser: Enrichment of Isotope


Lecture 36 - Laser Induced Chemistry


Lecture 37 - Laser Induced Chemistry and Ultrafast chemical Dynamics


Lecture 38 - Lasers in Medical Sciences


Lecture 39 - Lasers in Material sciences and engineering and Optical Communications


Lecture 40 - Laser safety and summary