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Biography

Rich Mildren (Australian Research Council Future Fellow 2010-2014) is a Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. His research is in the development of novel and versatile photonic sources, instrumentation and applications. His PhD and early postdoctoral research was in the plasma kinetics of high power metal vapour lasers. He has studied ultrafast lasers at the National Research Council in Pisa, Italy. For 3 years (2005-2008) he led R&D for a University spin-off company in wavelength-switchable medical lasers, during which time he brought several medical laser products through to the stage of medical device regulatory approval. His most recent focus, conducted in the MQ Photonics Research Centre, is in the nonlinear optical phenomena in advanced optical materials including in synthetic diamond. Latest research results and news can be found on the Diamond Laser Group website

He was recipient of the 2017 Eureka Prize for Outstanding Science in Safeguarding Australia. 

Research interests

  • Diamond optics, lasers and quantum phenomena
  • High power lasers and applications
  • Laser-induced phenomena on diamond surfaces

Biography

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Projects 2007 2021

Research Outputs 1994 2019

1.2 kW quasi-steady-state diamond Raman laser pumped by an M2 = 15 beam

Antipov, S., Sabella, A., Williams, R. J., Kitzler, O., Spence, D. J. & Mildren, R. P., 15 May 2019, In : Optics Letters. 44, 10, p. 2506-2509 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

quasi-steady states
Raman lasers
thermal lensing
diamonds
pumps

Continuously tunable diamond Raman laser for resonance laser ionization

Chrysalidis, K., Fedosseev, V. N., Marsh, B. A., Mildren, R. P., Spence, D. J., Wendt, K. D. A., Wilkins, S. G. & Granados, E., 15 Aug 2019, In : Optics Letters. 44, 16, p. 3924-3927 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Raman lasers
diamonds
ionization
lasers
output

Generalised theory of polarisation modes for resonators containing birefringence and anisotropic gain

Kitzler, O., Spence, D. J. & Mildren, R. P., 10 Jun 2019, In : Optics Express. 27, 12, p. 17209-17220 12 p.

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Open Access
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birefringence
resonators
Raman lasers
polarization
laser cavities

Photochemical etching of carbonyl groups from a carbon matrix: The (001) diamond surface

Weston, L., Downes, J. E., Baldwin, C. G., Granados, E., Abdulkader Tawfik, S., Cui, X. Y., Stampfl, C. & Mildren, R. P., 8 Jan 2019, In : Physical Review Letters. 122, 1, p. 016802-1-16802-5 5 p., 016802.

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Open Access
File
diamonds
etching
carbon
matrices
desorption

Single-frequency 620 nm diamond laser at high power, stabilized via harmonic self-suppression and spatial-hole-burning-free gain

Yang, X., Kitzler, O., Spence, D. J., Williams, R. J., Bai, Z., Sarang, S., Zhang, L., Feng, Y. & Mildren, R. P., 15 Feb 2019, In : Optics Letters. 44, 4, p. 839-842 4 p.

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