Inside Back Cover: Time-resolved random laser spectroscopy of inhomogeneously broadened systems (Laser Photonics Rev. 8(3)/2014)



A new random laser based spectroscopy which allows the tracking of dynamical energy transfer processes among chromophores embedded in scattering media is proposed. The feasibility of this new tool for high resolution studies even in case their excited state emissions overlap, is demonstrated by the characterization of the excited state relaxation of Rhodamine B dimers in an organic-inorganic hybrid powder.

(Picture: J. Fernández et al., 10.1002/lpor.201300191, pp. L32–L36, in this issue)