Collaboration of academia and industry for high field science
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Close collaboration between academia and industry is essential for opening frontiers of both science and industry. High performance photon detectors developed at industry are playing vital roles in science such as astronomy and high energy physics. Alternatively many advanced industrial and medical products came out of research in basic science. For advancement of high field science, closer collaboration between academia and industry is necessary to develop next generation high power lasers, which will also meet the needs in industry, medicine and energy.
KeywordsLarge Hadron Collider European Physical Journal Special Topic High Power Laser Near Infrared Radiation Photonic Crystal Layer
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