College of Physics and Electronic Engineering, Henan Normal University,
Xinxiang, Henan, China
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There are numerous kinds of lasers today use for many applications because of its unique features such as monochromaticity, high intensity, coherency and low beam divergence. It has been lots of promising applications in different fields like energy, medicine and materials treatment and fabrication so on. Despite the large numbers of research in these areas, but it has not yet been enough to reach the end goal and solve all problems. So, we will provide different conditions to solve the present problems in industry and medical science by designing experimental and theoretical methods.
To achieve this aim in this special issue we will cover the following topics
1. Laser surface treatment and alloying. 2. Laser ablation to nanoparticle synthesis for cancer diagnosis techniques and treatment. 3. Pulsed laser deposition and annealing arts. 4. Laser for environmental application. 5. Laser for fast imaging techniques. 6. Laser for energy and hydrogen production. 7. Modeling the laser interaction with matter and tissue. 8. Laser for spectroscopy.