On 24th-26th March 2015, Gregor Klatt and his colleagues from Laser Quantum will be exhibiting at the DPG Spring meeting in Heidelberg which covers a range of topics including Quantum Optics and Photonics, Molecular Physics and Atomic Physics. Gregor Klatt is keen to meet new people and demonstrate the range of applications for the Laser […]
The most precise clocks in the world have the potential to become more accurate. They work by creating a ‘pendulum’ using stabilised laser light to enable electrons to jump from one obit to another and then fall back down. Researchers from Niels Bohr Institute have developed a noise reduction method to increase the precision of […]
As part of Laser Quantum’s continuous improvement challenge not only for products and processes but also staff development, we are training to do the Morrison’s Manchester 10K on May 10th. There will be two teams competing internally to achieve the overall best group time; the old dogs verses the young pups. With stiff competition in […]
Please read the new OPCPA paper from the European Physical Journal. This paper investigates carrier-envelope phase dependent high-order harmonic generation with a high-repetition rate OPCPA-system. We hope it will be of interest for you and you can find it on our OPCPA product page.
Laser Quantum will be highlighting the new taccor tune at the exhibition during the DPG spring meeting in Berlin, 17-19 March 2015. Gregor Klatt and his colleagues will be happy to answer any questions about any of the Laser Quantum range of lasers and advise on which lasers are suitable for your applications. The conference […]
Join us at SU2P on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th March at The University of St Andrews. The SU2P symposium includes a list of exceptional speakers from around the world and we are honoured to be able to exhibit here. Justine Bentley, our UK Sales Manager will be on hand to answer any queries about […]
The measurement of thin film layer thickness in industries such as silicon wafer manufacture requires the highest accuracy, resolution and speed, all in a non-invasive, non-destructive method. Here we report on laser-induced ultrasound using two frequency offset high repetition rate lasers to study layer thickness to a sub-nm resolution. Read the whitepaper here.
Einstein showed us in 1909 that light can behave both as a particle and a wave, but we are yet to see a photograph of light in both states simultaneously, until now! Scientists at the École polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, have managed to capture the image of light exhibiting both properties. The breakthrough work […]
Join Laser Quantum’s Justine Bentley at Photonex South Roadshow, table S33, on Monday 9th March. This free event brings together the UK’s top photonics technology supplier companies, leading researchers and invited speakers for a one-day event. Justine will be exhibiting our opus 6W and ventus 473nm500mW lasers and will be happy to chat to you […]
Last week Laser Quantum showcased their ultrafast lasers and continuous wave products and technologies on their new, unique booth. We were pleased to attract lots of attention surrounding our sub 5fs venteon lasers (venteon ultra, venteon cep and venteon dual) at the ever-growing Photonics West show in the US, and we were constantly busy meeting […]