Study visit to the Baltic Institute of Technology


Jakub Bogusławski visited the Baltic Institute of Technology. The aim of this visit was to perform an autocorrelation measurement of ultrashort laser pulse used in a two-photon vision system build in Gdynia. The goal was to measure the actual pulse duration in the plane of the eye for each laser which is used there: femtosecond solid-state laser and picosecond fiber laser. Jakub performed the measurement of the pulse duration of both lasers just outside the laser cavity (before the measurement setup) and after propagation through the measurement setup (in the eye plane). This allows knowing not only the actual pulse duration in the eye plane but also the influence of the two-photon vision measurement setup on the temporal properties of those pulses. He established that stretching of the pulses is negligible and the pulse duration is almost preserved during the propagation through measurement setup.


Nov. 8, 2019


Gdynia, Poland


Jakub Bogusławski

This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No 666295.