About the Project
This has been an incredible success story for continuous wave and long pulse laser processes. However in the emerging area of ultra-short laser processes (using pulses in the ps and fs range) process stabilisation and optimization remains a significant issue and a barrier to mass adoption.
This project will combine elements of laser-material interaction and engineering design to address this issue. By use of novel diagnostic equipment, measurements of what is happening on the ultra-short timescales of the laser pulses will assist in informing us of the process dynamics improving our understanding of the fundamental laser material interactions. At the same time we will implement experimental design procedures to significantly reduce the number of experiments required to optimise and stabilise a process producing an empirical model of these processes.
Ultimately this will allow for better stabilised and optimized (more reliable) manufacturing process, provide the tools necessary to speed up process development and provide the potential to develop a new range of highly flexible laser manufacturing tools.
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