"In plasma-assisted coating processes, the mechanical and optical properties of the dielectric layers are highly dependent on the energy input of the plasma," says Dr. Sina Malobabic, who was responsible for coordinating the project at LASER COMPONENTS and carried out all the measurements. "The MRP developed by Ruhr-Uni Bochum monitors the electron density from directly inside the plasma. So for the first time we can monitor and correct irregularities during the coating process. This opens up new possibilities for process optimization."
Due to the current health situation and extensive travel restrictions, the traditional Laser Damage Conference will for the first time take place as a free online forum on the Internet. The concept includes plenary live presentations, on-demand technical talks and opportunities to get in touch with other participants. As usual, the conference will include a laser threshold competition, in which LASER COMPONENTS will also participate with a number of optics.
Dr. Malobabic’s video presentation will be available online for all registered participants. On September 15 (Session 8: Thin Films IV) she will answer questions live on the Internet.
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