Thin Film Coatings for Ultrafast Laser Applications

Feb 14, 2024
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Ultrafast lasers have been gaining popularity across various fields, and the trend has been ongoing for decades, with no signs of slowing down. As a critical part of optics, thin film coating extends beyond the traditional functions of AR, mirror, or filter. For instance, it can be used as a compressor, compensator, protector, and more. In this talk, Meng dives deeper into the subject, exploring typical thin film products used in this field and the laser damage threshold required to ensure its effectiveness in various applications.

*** This presentation premiered during the 2024 Photonics Spectra Optical Coatings Summit. For more information on Photonics Media conferences and summits, visit

About the presenter

Jing MengJing Meng, Ph.D., is a highly experienced senior scientist at Optimax Systems Inc., a precision optics manufacturer based in Ontario, New York. In this role, he focuses on process and product development for optical coatings. With over 20 years of experience in the optics industry, he specializes in process and product development for optical coatings.

Prior to joining Optimax, Meng held various design, engineering, and research roles at Semrock, Viavi Solutions, and L3 Communications. He holds a doctorate in optics from Zhejiang University in China. Apart from his professional work, Meng enjoys spending time outdoors and discovering hidden patterns and solutions in nature.
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