Laser Physics (journal) - Topics Covered

Topics Covered

The journal specializes in laser physics, but also publishes papers about:

  • Multiphoton processes in atoms, molecules, and solids,
  • Coherent phenomena and holography,
  • Nonlinear and quantum optics,
  • Ultrafast optics and strong-field physics,
  • Fiber optics,
  • Surface phenomena,
  • Quantum information and computation, and
  • The physics of cold trapped atoms,

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