the first working laser was reported in 1960, it was described as "a
solution looking for a problem." Today, lasers are
everywhere: from research laboratories at the cutting edge of
quantum physics to medical clinics and other field applications.
Session will present state-of-the-art Lasers, Components, Software and
Systems, which are commercially available for diagnostic
purposes in Applied
Spectroscopy, Stable Isotope Ratio Measurements, Ecology and
Environmental Research, Medicine, Life Sciences and Agriculture, Plasma
and Combustion, Atmospheric Research and Industrial Applications. It
will provide a platform for information exchange between representatives from
Research & Development Laboratories, Industry and End-Users.