题目：Overview of Technologies & Applications of Kilowatt Average Power DPSSLs at HiLASE
Tomas Mocek (born 1970) received his Ph.D. in Physics from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea in 2000, and in Applied Physics from the Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic in 2001. Since 2011, he is the Head of HiLASE Centre at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. His research expertise includes development of high‐average power diode‐pumped solid state lasers for hi-tech applications, EUV generation, high‐order harmonic generation, mid‐IR generation, laser induced periodic surface structures, laser acceleration of particles, dense plasma diagnostics, optical‐field ionization, X‐ray lasers, and spectroscopy of laser plasma. His research activity is documented by 160 papers in international peer-reviewed journals with Impact factor which acquired over 2860 citations, and H-index of 28. He was awarded by the "Prize of Josef Hlávka" for talented young researchers by the Foundation "Nadání Josefa, Marie a Zdeňky Hlávkových" in 2000, and by the "Otto Wichterle Award" for young scientists by the Czech Academy of Sciences in 2005. Since 2013, he serves as a member of the Editorial Board of High Power Laser Science and Engineering journal. Since 2017, he acts as a Vice chairman of the Council of the Institute of Physics. He has been Principal Investigator and/or Coordinator of numerous research and development projects with total cumulative budget of about 80 mil. EUR.
HiLASE is a new technological infrastructure in the field of application-oriented laser research and development, up and running since 2016. Our main mission is to serve as a bridge between the academic world and hi-tech industry. We develop next generation of diode-pumped solid-state lasers (DPSSL) with high pulse energy and high repetition rate. PERLA is an in-house developed thin-disk laser platform generating <2 ps pulses with an average power of up to 500 W. Bivoj is the world's first DPSSL delivering 1 kW average power in 105 J, 10 ns pulses at 10 Hz, based on cryogenic gas-cooled, multi-slab ceramic Yb: YAG amplifier technology. DPSSL systems deployed at the HiLASE facility are available for external users for scientific experiments (Open Access) as well as for commercial research in the areas of laser induced damage, laser shock peening, laser microprocessing and functionalization of materials.