Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



Ryan Muir

Executive Summary

We are exploring several technologies that may enhance the ability of users to control laser waveforms while making related improvements to laser diagnostics. These technologies will play a direct role in adding an important capability to the field of high-energy-density science and inertial-confinement fusion research in support of the nation's stockpile stewardship mission.

Publications, Presentations, Etc.

Mittelberger, D., et al. 2019. "Arbitrary Optical Waveform Generation by Nonlinear Frequency-to-Time Conversion." LLNL-PRES-773252.

——— . 2019. "Arbitrary Optical Waveform Generation by Nonlinear Frequency-to-Time Conversion." CLEO 2019. LLNL-ABS-763449.

——— . 2019. "Optical Arbitrary Waveform Generator Development and Utility for Plasma/High-Energy-Density Science." NIF and JLF User Group Meeting 2019. LLNL-ABS-766860.

——— . 2019. "Optical Arbitrary Waveform Generator Development and Utility for Plasma/High-Energy-Density Science." LLNL-POST-766861.

Muir, R. 2019. "Frequency-to-Time Optical Arbitrary Waveform Generator." Opt. Lett., 44, 2863-2866. doi: 10.1364/OL.44.002863. LLNL-JRNL-771042.