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Spectral Tailoring of High Harmonic Generation by Adaptative Methods

Abstract : In this paper, we present two methods for optimizing the process of high-harmonic generation. The first one consists in affecting the spectral phase of a driving laser using an acoustic–optical programmable dispersive filter called “Dazzler.” By this method we have shown an enhancement of the efficiency and tuning of high-order harmonics. We also present a method for shaping the intensity distribution of an intense laser beam in the focal region by means of a bimorph adaptive mirror. First results on the control of harmonic spectra obtained with shaped intensity profiles are presented.
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O. Boyko, Th.A. Planchon, C. Valentin, D. Douillet, D. Reitze, et al.. Spectral Tailoring of High Harmonic Generation by Adaptative Methods. Laser Physics, MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, 2005, 15 (4), pp.616-619. ⟨hal-00522466⟩

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