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Detlev Ristau completed his study of physics at the University of Hannover in 1982 and was awarded a scholarship at Rice University in Houston, Texas. He returned to Germany in 1983 and received his PhD at the University of Hannover in 1988. He is presently the director of the Department of Laser Components at the Laser Zentrum Hannover. After receiving a state doctorate in 2008, he was appointed professor for applied physics at the Leibniz University in Hannover in 2010. Professor Ristau is the author or coauthor of more than 300 technical papers and has published several book chapters.
Section I Fundamentals Laser-Induced Damage Phenomena in Optics: A Historical Overview; MJ Soileau Laser-Induced Damage by Thermal Effects; Roger M Wood Defect-Induced Damage; Semyon Papernov Self-Focusing and Nonlinear Effects; Vitaly Gruzdev Femtosecond Laser-Induced Damage in Dielectric Materials; Luke A Emmert and Wolfgang Rudolph Section II Measurements Measurement and Detection of Laser-Induced Damage; Jianda Shao Statistics of Laser Damage Threshold Measurements; Jonathan W Arenberg Measurement of Light Scattering, Transmittance, and Reflectance; Sven Schroeder and Angela Duparre Section III Materials, Surfaces, Thin Films, and Contamination Quartz and Glasses; Laurent Lamaignere Crystalline Materials for UV Applications; Christian Muhlig and Wolfgang Triebel Materials for Lasers: Frequency Conversion, Q-Switching, and Active Materials; Anne Hildenbrand-Dhollande and Frank R Wagner Surface Manufacturing and Treatment; Jerome Neauport and Philippe Cormont Introduction to Optical Coatings and Thin Film Production; H Angus Macleod High-Power Coatings for NI R Lasers; Christopher J Stolz Coatings for fs Lasers; Marco Jupe and Detlev Ristau Spaceborne Applications; Wolfgang Riede and Denny Wernham Sect ion IV Applications Lithography in the Deep Ultraviolet and Extreme Ultraviolet; Klaus R Mann Free-Electron Lasers; Michelle Shinn The High-Energy Petawatt Laser PHELIX and its High-Power Optics; Stefan Borneis and Collaborators Index