October 18th, 2017 | Company News

Presenting at the Institute of Physics careers evening

On Tuesday 17th October, Natasha Mupasi from Laser Quantum presented at the Institute of Physics careers evening in Manchester. The audience was comprised of undergraduate physicists from Manchester, Liverpool and Lancaster. During her presentation Natasha talked about her career path, how she discovered Laser Quantum, what attracted her to work at the company and her current day to day routine.

Natasha graduated from The University of Manchester with a Physics BSc (Hons), and unsure of what to do next she decided to undertake an MSc in Photon Science, during which she developed her passion for optical equipment. After graduating in September 2010, she began working at Laser Quantum as a Laser Production Engineer. Her role involved working within a team in a lab environment, manufacturing multiple lasers using a range of mechanical and optical parts.  Over the next few years she was exposed and gained an increased knowledge of a range of different laser systems, varying in power, wavelength and function. As the business grew, Natasha was promoted to Product Lead. Following success in this role, Natasha moved on to become a Laser Manufacturing Manager, a role she has been in for almost 3 years; managing a team of 14 engineers to manufacture a wide range of different laser systems.

Laser Quantum is a global manufacturer and distributor of high-powered lasers and currently employs over 180 people. We are always keen to hear from ambitious and driven individuals with a scientific background. If you are interested in any of our vacancies, please send your CV to