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Laser Systems Model Extreme Events

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CANBERRA, Australia, June 19, 2012 — Extreme events in nature may be more commonplace and predictable than you might think, says an international group that uses lasers to study such random events. “Generally it’s a bad idea to experiment with nature,” said professor Nail Akhmediev of the Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Physics and Engineering. “However, modeling extreme events in laser systems is a great way to understand extreme events in nature.” Scientists from ANU, the University of Burgundy, in France, and the Institute of Optics in Madrid studied the...Read full article

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