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Enhancing the Gain-bandwidth of a Kerr-lens Mode-locked Yb:YAG Thin-disk Oscillator Through Increased Nonlinearities

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Abstract

The full emission-bandwidth of Yb :YAG is exploited by ensuring suitably high self-phase-modulation inside a Kerr-lens mode-locked oscillator. Applying a previously reported power-scaling scheme we reach 145 W, 140 fs pulses with 59 MW peak-power.

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