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Month: May 2016

Laser frequency comb in astronomy research

Answering fundamental questions in astronomy such as the expanding universe theory, depend on the possibility of measuring the slow drift of cosmological redshifts which are inherent in any evolving universe. However, such an observation requires very high accuracy of the measured spectrograms since the expected redshifts are exceedingly small.  While modern telescopes might be able […]



Good luck to Laser Quantum employee in ‘company’ cycling event

Last month we reported that Oliver Prochnow, in charge of R&D at Laser Quantum – Venteon, Germany, was competing in the German road cycling ‘company-facilitated’ championships. In preparation for the race, we spoke to Oliver about his passion for cycling and success so far. How and when did you get into cycling? I have always [...]
May 28th, 2016 | Company News

Semiconductor research benefits from a new, taccor power laser-based instrument development

A new tabletop instrument that can be easily moved between institutions has been developed by The University of Manchester in collaboration with The University of Cambridge and Laser Quantum. This instrument, used to measure effective mass, sheet carrier concentration and mobility of electrons, will enable researchers to better understand the fundamental structures of materials, leading [...]

Laser Quantum’s collaboration makes national news with innovative new instrument

We are very excited to have recently featured in the national news and on university and industry websites, surrounding a recent publication. Our collaboration with the University of Manchester and the University of Cambridge has resulted in the publication ‘Terahertz cyclotron resonance spectroscopy of an AlGaN/GaN heterostructure using a high-field pulsed magnet and an asynchronous […]



Laser Expo

Laser Expo is one of Japan’s most valued laser exhibitions, bringing together industry professionals from all over the world. Last week our distributor, Pneum, were exhibiting at Laser Expo, Japan, showcasing the latest developments from our range of ultrafast lasers. On display was the HASSP, a time domain THz spectrometer with 1 GHz spectral resolution, [...]
May 26th, 2016 | Company News, Events

Sunday Times Heathrow SME Export Track 100

Each year Fast Track, a leading analysis company in conjunction with the Sunday Times, compiles the export growth status of thousands of UK SMEs over the last two years and releases a list of the top 100 performing companies. Fast Track apply strict performance criteria to each SME to ensure a clear and impressive sustainable [...]

Laser Quantum at OPTDIAG

Between 25 – 27 May, we will be exhibiting alongside our distributor, Opton Laser International, at the tenth edition of the OPTDIAG symposium, taking place at the Langevin Institute, Paris. This year’s meeting will be centred on the diagnosis and optical imaging in medicine and biology and aims to promote the latest biomedical optics studies […]


May 24th, 2016 | Company News, Events

Frequency comb metrology with an optical parametric oscillator

Read this new paper by K. Balskus et al. which reports on the first demonstration of absolute frequency comb metrology using an optical parametric oscillator (OPO). Absolute optical frequency metrology is widely done using a frequency comb where the repetition rate and the carrier envelope offset frequency is stabilised using an f-to-2f interferometer and locking […]



Visit Laser Quantum at Photonics North

Photonics North is a conference held in Canada that brings together industry experts and leading companies within the market; the event is taking place between the 24-26 May at the Convention Centre in Quebec City. We will be at the exhibition bringing you the very latest product developments from our wide range of continuous wave […]


May 23rd, 2016 | Company News, Events

Continuous improvement programme drives innovation

Since its launch in 2005, our ever-popular finesse laser has been through a number of technical upgrades that have seen the available power output increase from 4 W at 532 nm (with a 0.5% noise – considered low at the time!) to 16 W with a noise level of 0.02% and the ability to accept [...]
May 19th, 2016 | Company News

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