Optics and lasers
Optical components and measurement systems, as well as different types of lasers for a full range of research and commercial applications.
TOPTICA presented the recently introduced optical frequency comb to the public for the first time at the LASER World of Photonics 2015 exhibition.
Gooch & Housego launches a new range of acousto-optic modulators (AOMs) and RF drivers for CO2 lasers at Laser, World of Photonics, Munich, 22-25 June 2015.
Light-MiLES was an Innovate UK (formerly Technology Strategy Board) funded research project running from December 2012 – May 2015. The project goals were to develop a novel laser transmitter and integrate it with an imaging array to produce an active laser-illuminated imaging sensor.
Gas composition measurement provides a vital element of control for many gas-related processes.
Edinburgh Biosciences and Delta Optical Thin Film A/S jointly announce a laser attenuator based on linear variable filter technology
Edinburgh/Hørsholm – Edinburgh Biosciences and Delta Optical Thin Film announce the release of a new type of laser attenuator that is based on Delta’s proprietary linear variable filter technology (patent pending).
The taccor x10 is a turn-key femtosecond laser with a 10GHz repetition rate, delivering up to 1W of average power in pulses as short as 50fs. It is designed into a compact, hermetically sealed, vibrational resistant laser head.
The demand for the smallest possible positioners and manipulators is increasing. Industrial microassembly, photonics as well as laser and optical metrology or research institutes with ultrahigh vacuum conditions and strong magnetic fields need even smaller, high precision positioning systems.
Hamamatsu develops a new wide dynamic range PMT module for continuous measurement of a wide range of light levels
Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. has developed a new PMT (photomultiplier tube) module that offers wide dynamic range for applications such as chemiluminescence measurement and semiconductor inspection.
The University of Southampton’s Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) is making its next-generation fibre available for purchase.The ORC will be promoting the optical fibre, which until recently had not been openly available, at the Laser exhibition in Munich (June 22-25).
(Toyohashi, Japan, 25 June 2014) Toyohashi Tech researchers have developed a simple, low-loss waveguide for Surface Plasmon Polaritons (SPPs) that is applicable to nanoscale photonic integrated circuits on silicon.
January 2015 saw Mark Webster’s official appointment to the role of CEO. The subsequent months have seen a succession of critical appointments for the Company.
(Tokyo, 29 June 2015) Welcome to theJSAP Bulletin! Specifically designed for PC and smart phone formats, the Bulletin is an innovative multimedia platform highlighting the activities of the Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP).
Montreal (June 23rd, 2015) – Photon etc. is proud to announce that Nathalie Tang joins its development team in nanotechnology. The addition of Dr. Tang will allow the company to reach a new milestone in the integration of its lately licensed Raman labels and its unique imaging technologies.
Abstract: The degradation of the gain structure of a red-emitting Optically Pumped Semiconductor (OPS)
The new OWIS® fibre positioners allow sensitive adjustment in the nanometre range. They are the perfect choice for a reliable light or fibre alignment, for example, in microscopy and fibre optics. The FAPO’s are available in three sizes from June 2015.
The Gooch & Housego marketing department is pleased to release a number of critically important updates to our corporate website. These updates are designed to provide a significantly improved user experience, more accessible information, and a greater depth and breadth of content.
Nanoscribe is glad to welcome Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) amongst the Photonic Professional GT users.
Hyperspectral characterization of various types of solar cells will be presented at the 42nd IEEE PVSC meeting by Laurent Lombez (IRDEP)
Photon etc has developed a hyperspectral imaging platform (IMA) for solar cell’s analysis in collaboration with IRDEP (Institute of Research and Development on Photovoltaic Energy, France).
TOPTICA will introduce their new frequency comb, showcase next-generation fiber lasers, high-power diode lasers at 266 and 633 nm, flexible multi-color laser engines and terahertz sources at the upcoming LASER exhibition in Munich.
The BWA-MON Laser Beam Waist Analyzer MONitor system from Haas Laser Technologies Inc., represented in the UK by Armstrong Optical Ltd. of Northampton, enables truly “real-time” and comprehensive laser beam characterisation of high power (kW) CW and pulsed lasers to international ISO standards without moving parts.