Formed in the 1990s by PhD physicists from two different Research Groups, the University of Manchester, England and the University of Konstanz, Germany, Laser Quantum now brings together the knowledge, experience and technology in the manufacture of solid state lasers with the expertise and innovation of the femtosecond oscillator market of Gigaoptics GmbH.
The marriage of Laser Quantum Ltd and Gigaoptics GmbH in 2012 under the single entity ‘Laser Quantum’ brings together two companies that independently developed lasers that simultaneously complement each other and address different applications. The companies share a common vision for the products and services they provide to customers and we are dedicated to the design and manufacture of innovative laser technologies that provide researchers with the tools they need to advance scientific knowledge and understanding, clinicians to safely perform medical treatments and manufacturers to improve the capabilities of their products.
The spectral purity of the torus 532 laser is shown to be 110 dB when measured with a Tandem Fabry-Perot interferometer, resulting in high resolution Brillouin scattering measurements in bulk materials.
Researchers at the University Complutense Madrid (UCM) have recently presented a method for generating laser beams whose intensity and phase are prescribed along arbitrary 3 dimensional curves.
Laser Quantum is delighted to be celebrating its 20th anniversary. Since its formation in 1994 by PhD Physicists from the University of Manchester, Laser Quantum has developed into a successful company with over 100 staff in 3 offices in different countries, plus supported distributors in 36 others.
Laser Quantum strengthens its position in the femtosecond laser market with the purchase of Venteon Laser Technologies GmbH
Laser Quantum is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Venteon Laser Technologies GmbH, a world leading manufacturer of few-cycle, ultra-short pulse lasers.
The Laser Quantum Tera-SED is a device emitting intense terahertz (THz) radiation after excitation with a femtosecond (fs) laser pulse. It converts the light from the optical regime into the THz regime with a conversion efficiency of up to 2 x 10-3.