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2020 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS)

IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) is an annual conference coordinated by the Plasma Science and Application Committee (PSAC) of the IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society.


2020 IEEE International Magnetic Conference (INTERMAG)

INTERMAG is the premier conference on all aspects of applied magnetism and provides a range of oral and poster presentations, invited talks and symposia, a tutorial session, and exhibits reviewing the latest developments in magnetism.


2020 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium (IRPS)

Meeting of academia and research professionals to discuss reliability challenges


2020 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference (NSS/MIC)

All areas of ionizing radiation detection - detectors, signal processing, analysis of results, PET development, PET results, medical imaging using ionizing radiation


2020 Joint Conference of the IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium and International Symposium on Applications of Ferroelectrics (IFCS-ISAF)

Ferroelectric materials and applications


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High-Efficiency Watt-Level Mid-Infrared Fiber Lasers Beyond 3 μm Using Dy:ZBLAN

2018 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim (CLEO-PR), 2018

We demonstrate an optimized in-band-pumped dysprosium fiber laser with 73% slope efficiency and 1.1 W output at 3.15 μm: the first watt-level fiber source in the 3.0-3.4 μm region and highest ever efficiency mid-IR fiber laser.


Ultrafast time-resolved studies on the influence of spin excitations in Dysprosium thin film

2017 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), 2017

We investigate the structural and thermal nonequilibrium dynamics including the spin-reordering dynamics of an antiferromagnetic Dysprosium (Dy) nanolayer after excitation with fs-laser pulses by means of ultrafast structural and magnetic x-ray diffraction experiments.


Emission at 1.3 mu m from dysprosium-doped Ga:La:S glass

Electronics Letters, 1994

The potential for optical amplification at 1.3 mu m is demonstrated in a dysprosium-doped gallium-lanthanum-sulphide based glass. Lifetimes of 59 mu s are observed for the 6H/sub 9/2/-6H/sub 15/2/ transition for which the emission peaks at 1.32 mu m. A radiative lifetime of 203 mu s is calculated by a Judd-Ofelt analysis, indicating a total radiative quantum efficiency of 29%. ...


Efficient 1.3 mu m to visible upconversion in Dy/sup 3+/- and Er/sup 3+/-codoped YBr/sub 3/ phosphor

Electronics Letters, 1995

Bright yellow fluorescence is observed in a YBr/sub 3/:Dy,Er phosphor under 1.31 mu m laser diode (LD) irradiation. The intensity of the 660 nm emission (/sup 4/F/sub 9/2/-/sup 4/I/sub 15/2/ radiative transition of Er/sup 3+/) for the optimum composition of 2DyBr/sub 3/-20ErBr/sub 3/-78YBr/sub 3/ in a bromide phosphor is improved to a level 169 times stronger than that of a ...


Thermal analysis of tetrakis β-diketonate dysprosium complexes for OLED application

2018 3rd International Conference on Microwave and Photonics (ICMAP), 2018

The present work explains the thermal stability of previously reported pure white light emitting dysprosium complexes with acetylacetone (acac) as β-diketonate organic ligand. In the study all the three complexes shows similar curves of TG and DSC for the decomposition of ligand in complexes due to presence of endothermic peak at around 325oC.


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  • High-Efficiency Watt-Level Mid-Infrared Fiber Lasers Beyond 3 μm Using Dy:ZBLAN

    We demonstrate an optimized in-band-pumped dysprosium fiber laser with 73% slope efficiency and 1.1 W output at 3.15 μm: the first watt-level fiber source in the 3.0-3.4 μm region and highest ever efficiency mid-IR fiber laser.

  • Ultrafast time-resolved studies on the influence of spin excitations in Dysprosium thin film

    We investigate the structural and thermal nonequilibrium dynamics including the spin-reordering dynamics of an antiferromagnetic Dysprosium (Dy) nanolayer after excitation with fs-laser pulses by means of ultrafast structural and magnetic x-ray diffraction experiments.

  • Emission at 1.3 mu m from dysprosium-doped Ga:La:S glass

    The potential for optical amplification at 1.3 mu m is demonstrated in a dysprosium-doped gallium-lanthanum-sulphide based glass. Lifetimes of 59 mu s are observed for the 6H/sub 9/2/-6H/sub 15/2/ transition for which the emission peaks at 1.32 mu m. A radiative lifetime of 203 mu s is calculated by a Judd-Ofelt analysis, indicating a total radiative quantum efficiency of 29%. A pump absorption cross-section 20 times greater than Pr/sup 3+/ suggests that shorter fibre devices may be possible.<>

  • Efficient 1.3 mu m to visible upconversion in Dy/sup 3+/- and Er/sup 3+/-codoped YBr/sub 3/ phosphor

    Bright yellow fluorescence is observed in a YBr/sub 3/:Dy,Er phosphor under 1.31 mu m laser diode (LD) irradiation. The intensity of the 660 nm emission (/sup 4/F/sub 9/2/-/sup 4/I/sub 15/2/ radiative transition of Er/sup 3+/) for the optimum composition of 2DyBr/sub 3/-20ErBr/sub 3/-78YBr/sub 3/ in a bromide phosphor is improved to a level 169 times stronger than that of a chloride phosphor under 5 mW LD excitation.<>

  • Thermal analysis of tetrakis β-diketonate dysprosium complexes for OLED application

    The present work explains the thermal stability of previously reported pure white light emitting dysprosium complexes with acetylacetone (acac) as β-diketonate organic ligand. In the study all the three complexes shows similar curves of TG and DSC for the decomposition of ligand in complexes due to presence of endothermic peak at around 325oC.

  • Emission Beyond 4 μm and Mid-infrared Lasing from a Dy3+:InF3Fiber

    We present a dysprosium-doped InF3fiber exhibiting emission beyond 4 microns; the longest wavelength to date from a fluoride-based fiber. Laser emission around 3 μm is also demonstrated.

  • Dielectric relaxation and measurements of electron beam evaporated dysprosium fluoride thin films

    Rare earth compound thin films find innumerable applications in electronic and optical devices due to their refractory nature and chemical stability. Dysprosium fluoride films have been studied with regard to its electroluminescence [1] and electrical, structural and breakdown properties [2]. This paper reports an investigation on the dielectric relaxation and measurements of electron beam evaporated dysprosium fluoride thin films.

  • Dysprosium doped Ga:La:S glass for an efficient optical fibre amplifier operating at 1.3 mu m

    The authors present experimental results which indicate that a Dy/sup 3+/-doped Ga:La:S glass fibre amplifier may be operated efficiently at 1.3 mu m with an optimum device length significantly shorter than a comparable Pr/sup 3+/-doped glass fibre amplifier. Moreover, the efficiency exceeds that obtained from the Pr/sup 3+/-doped ZBLAN devices currently available.<>

  • Passive artifact behavior prediction of interventional tools in high-field MRI using a 0.55T portable benchtop MR scanner

    Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for guiding minimally invasive interventions requires surgical devices which on one hand are visible in the MR image but on the other hand do not generate large artifacts, which distort the overall imaging process. Passive markers are one way to visualize devices such as catheters or biopsy needles in MRI. The evaluation of newly developed passive markers usually requires access to high-field MRI scanners (1.5 T and 3 T). This makes the practical evaluation time-consuming and expensive. Hence, we propose to use a high-resolution, low field (0.55 T) benchtop MRI system to quantify the size of an artifact and to make a prediction for its corresponding size in a clinical high-field system. For the evaluation of the proposed method, catheters coated with different passive marker materials in varying concentrations were imaged in the 0. 55 T benchtop MRI scanner as well as in clinical 3 T MRI system using FLASH sequences. The experimental results revealed that an artifact prediction based on measurements in the 0. 55 T is possible for the tested marker materials. Hence, the proposed approach has a high potential for testing newly developed medical devices at a low cost, in less time and during the development process for fast feedback.

  • Dysprosium-Doped Strontium Magnesium Silicate White Light Emitting Phosphor Prepared by Solid State Reaction Method

    In this paper, we report the dysprosium-doped strontium magnesium silicate, namely, SrMgSi2O6:xDy3+(x = 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, and 3.0 mol%) phosphors prepared by the traditional high temperature solid state reaction method. The prepared phosphors were characterized by X-ray diffraction, field emission scanning electron microscope coupled with the energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) and Fourier transform infrared technique. The crystal structures of sintered phosphors were an akermanite type which belongs to the tetragonal crystallography with space group P4̅21m. The chemical composition of the sintered phosphor SrMgSi2O6:Dy3+(2%) was confirmed by the EDS. Under the ultraviolet excitation, the emission spectra of SrMgSi2O6:xDy3+(x = 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, and 3.0 mol%) phosphors were composed of broadband with the characteristic emission of Dy3+ions peaking at 475 nm (blue) and 574 nm (yellow), originating from the transitions of4F9/2→6Hjstate (where j = 15/2 and 13/2). The combination of these two emissions constituted white light emission as indicated on the Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage chromaticity diagram. The possible mechanism of the prepared white light emitting SrMgSi2O6:xDy3+(x = 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, and 3.0 mol%) phosphors were also investigated. Investigation on decay property show that the prepared phosphor held fast and slow decay process. In order to investigate the suitability of the samples as white color light sources for industrial uses, correlated color temperature (CCT) and color rendering index (CRI) were calculated. Values of CCT and CRI were found, well within the defined acceptable range.



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