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Category: Applications

Product of the month: finesse

The finesse laser’s technical upgrades are proving highly successful, allowing it to retain its industry leading performance. Offering up to 16 W of power, the finesse is ideal for a number of applications, including Ti:S oscillator pumping, which requires a high power output. Highly efficient and compact, this laser is easily integrated into other systems [...]
December 6th, 2016 | Applications, Company News

Using a taccor laser, metrology applications can be achieved with laser-induced ultrasound

Laser-based ultrasound spectroscopy is a method that is both non-invasive and contact-free. It is used to determine the thickness of multi-layer films with sub-nm depth resolution. Information on sound velocities, modulus of elasticity, film thickness, and interface properties can be derived by this technique. A new time domain measurement technique has been determined to overcome [...]
November 30th, 2016 | Applications, Company News

Ultrafast laser advances

In a recent article published by Electro Optics, advances in ultrafast laser technology are explored. With a growing market demand for ultrafast systems that provide both high peak powers and high repetition rates, manufacturers are faced with the challenge of achieving both whilst still maintaining short pulse durations. In order to overcome this factor, here at […]


November 17th, 2016 | Applications, Company News

Understanding mechanisms underlying the neural processes by flyception

Dr.Takeo Katsuki, an assistant project scientist at the Kavli Institute at the University of California, San Diego, Dr. Dhruv Grover, assistant project scientist, and Dr. Ralph J. Greenspan, in whose lab they all work, have developed a project to further investigate neural processes in flies. There are deep parallels between flies, vertebrates and even humans […]


October 20th, 2016 | Applications, Company News

Product of the month: taccor comb

The taccor comb, Laser Quantum’s first complete frequency comb system, is an extension to the taccor range of 1 GHz lasers. The comb comprises a powerful 1 GHz turn-key Ti:Sapphire laser and a matched dispersion compensation module, super-continuum generation and ultra-stable f-to-2f interferometer all in a single sealed and ultra-stable housing. The taccor comb is fully […]


October 13th, 2016 | Applications, Company News

Europhoton talks

Download the latest presentations on OPCPA and NOPO written by our Laser Quantum experts. At the end of August, Laser Quantum exhibited at the Europhoton conference in Vienna, where Dr. Thomas Binhammer and Dr. Alexander Pape presented talks on the following topics: Ultrafast wavelength tuning and scaling properties of a Non-collinear Optical Parametric Oscillator (NOPO) […]



venteon ultra used in two-photon microscopy

In a recent article published in the July edition of the European Biopharmaceutical Review on two-photon microscopy, Laser Quantum talks about the use of the venteon ultra few-cycle laser as an excitation source that offers an ultra-broad spectral output and different methods for GVD pre-compensation.  The venteon ultra delivers >240 mW of sub-5.5 fs short [...]

Advances in Test Equipment: Ultrafast optical sampling oscilloscope measures at femtosecond time scales

ASynchronous OPtical Sampling (ASOPS) is a ultrafast optical time-domain spectroscopy technique. This technique is a result of advancing technology and test equipment. Recently, an article published in LaserFocusWorld highlights the benefits of the approach over conventional technology and explains the technique in further details. Read the full article here. Laser Quantum’s HASSP-THz is a THz [...]

Newly released Laser Quantum joint venture paper makes editors pick!

The ‘Terahertz cyclotron resonance spectroscopy of an AlGaN/GaN heterostructure using high-field pulsed magnet and an asynchronous optical sampling technique’ paper, a joint venture between the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and Laser Quantum, has been chosen by American Physics Institute as its editor pick. The paper presents an innovative new instrument that allows […]



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 […]



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