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.
Taking advantage of quantum effects has enabled the so-called first quantum revolution in the 20th century for technologies such as nuclear magnetic res-onance spectroscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, and the development of transistors, LEDs, solar panels, and lasers. Read our article!
In this webinar, together with Photonics Media, Melissa Haahr and Helge Schmidt, Ph.D., of HÜBNER Photonics, will present the relative advantages of multi-line lasers and laser combiners.
If you’re curious to learn about the impressive work and the potential of light sheet microscopy in clinical settings for improved cancer diagnosis and treatment you’ll enjoy our latest editorial!
A tunable laser light source based on continuous-wave optical parametric oscillator technology is demonstrated to achieve output powers at the Watt-level while providing a tuning range of more than 260 nm across the visible spectrum
High performance lasers: What exactly do we mean? You'll hear what we think defines a laser as high performance. Join us on Tuesday May 18th at 16:00 CEST!
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. Read more and register here!
The International Day of Light will be held on May 16th every year, the anniversary of the first successful operation of the laser in 1960 by physicist and engineer Theodore Maiman. The laser is a perfect example of how a scientific discovery can yield revolutionary benefits to society in communications, healthcare and many other fields.