We love lasers, and we love zebras! What better way to combine the two passions than with a limited edition Cobolt laser housing that has been laser engraved with a zebra. Read more!
The EPFL Xplore student association at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland), has spent the previous year developing a rover to participate in the International Mars Rover Challenges and now they place third - Congratulations from HÜBNER Photonics!
We’re excited to be able to share another new editorial! This time in PhotonicsViews magazine Dec 2021/Jan 2022 issue, called "Lasers for compact and fast LIBS systems". Read how our compact and air-cooled Cobolt Tor™ XE 1064 nm laser was used for metal analysis using the LIBS technique.
What laser performance should be considered when selecting your laser for Raman spectroscopy? Join our next webinar to learn more!
HÜBNER Photonics proudly announces the expansion of its technology portfolio to include short pulse femtosecond fiber lasers, with the recent acquisition of VALO Innovations GmbH, Hannover, Germany.
We are proud to introduce a new wavelength in the Cobolt Tor™ Series of high-performance, compact, air-cooled Q-switched lasers. The Cobolt Tor™ XE 532 nm delivers 0.25 mJ per pulse at up to 1 kHz. Read more!
After a year and a half of no in-person events or exhibitions, we're jumping for joy to be able to meet you, our customers, and exhibit at the Great Scientific Exchange, SciX, conference on Sept 26-29 in Rhode Island, PI, USA.
Read about how our Cobolt Rogue laser is being used for Single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM). A novel system solution which involves just a single laser is enabling SMLM with multicolor imaging.
HÜBNER Photonics would like to congratulate Dr. Valeria Perseo from Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Greifswald for receiving the Helmholtz Doctoral Award 2020 for her doctoral thesis on “Impurity flow measurements with Coherence-Imaging Spectroscopy at Wendelstein 7-X”!
In this webinar we will discuss the characteristics of state-of-the-art tunable CW OPO designs and describe tuning schemes that have been tailored for applications like color center research and other quantum technologies, nanophotonics, holography, high resolution spectroscopy, and experiments alike.