[Shigeki Tokita] Ultrahigh intensity sub-terahertz surface-wave photonics

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Shigeki Tokita

Shigeki Tokita

Institute of Laser Engineering, Osaka University
Associate Professor

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We have found that high-intensity surface electromagnetic waves can be generated on wire waveguides at sub-terahertz frequencies by using relativistic electron currents driven by ultrahigh-intensity short pulse lasers. The purpose of this study is to clarify the usefulness and limitation of the technique and to establish a power scalable, ultrahigh intensity, highly efficient method of terahertz wave generation.

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