Welcome to the research group of Prof. R. Jason Jones located within the James C. Wyant College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona. Our research spans a broad range of interests from precision spectroscopy with fs frequency combs, development of next generation optical atomic clocks, to ultrafast laser science.
- Reagan R.D. Weeks, et al, “Multi-species temperature and number density analysis of a laser-produced plasma using dual-comb spectroscopy, ” J. Appl. Phys. 131, 223103 (2022); https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0094213
- Ryan Rhoades, Reagan R.D. Weeks, Seth Erickson, Caroline Lecaplain, S. Harilal, M. C. Philips, and R.J. Jones, ” Dual-comb absorption spectroscopy of molecular CeO in a laser-produced plasma,” Optics Lett. 47, 2502 (2022).
- Daniel Upcraft, Andrew Schaffer, Connor Fredrick, Daniel Mohr, Nathan Parks, Andrew Thomas, Ella Sievert, Austin Riedemann, Chad W Hoyt, R Jason Jones, “Ultrafast optics with a mode-locked erbium fiber laser in the undergraduate laboratory,” American Journal of Physics 89, 1152 (2021).
- “Measurement of neutral gadolinium oscillator strengths using dual-comb absorption spectroscopy in laser-produced plasmas,” Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy (2021).
- “VECSEL-based virtually imaged phased array spectrometer for rapid gas phase detection in the mid-infrared,” Optics Letters 45, 5796 (2020).
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