Five-year research and development partnership focused on new broadband sources for metrology applications.
Talk considers challenges in power scaling ultrafast sources; state of the art in thin disk multipass lasers, and their future.
$750k funding to develop infrared sensor for pollutants including nitrates and ammonia; similar detectors for E. coli may follow.
Princeton platform detects methane concentrations as low as 0.1 parts per million.
Europe’s Graphene Flagship develops new method to analyze graphene that could boost production and optimize devices.
Light & Production Division working with Alsdorf-based laser applications company to commercialize technique.
MIT project develops active lens for optical devices, drones and cameras.
Researchers at University of Bath maximize ability of a resonator to store energy by optimizing sharpness of resonance (finesse).
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign project could lead to new therapies or treatments.
…while Teledyne Imaging launches LACera, CMOS-based imaging technology for discovery applications.
Partners ORC and Laval measure high-performance Nested Antiresonant Nodeless Fibers developed by LightPipe program.
“L3-HAPLS” laser run at 0.5 PW – achieved by compression of pulses in petawatt vacuum compressor.