Meet us and learn more about our high performance lasers!
The new year is here and it is once again time for Photonics West 2023 in San Francisco, US!
Join us from January 28th in booth 8365 for BiOS and 3365 for PW23 where we will show a collection of new, coming soon and familiar products. Our sales staff are eager to share more knowledge of our high performance lasers and hear from you all about your exciting laser challenges for your upcoming projects.
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Do you have some detailed questions or inquiries that might need a bit more time or privacy?
Take the opportunity to book a meeting with our knowledgeable staff who will be present during Photonics West and BIOS.
It can be the perfect time to get a closer look at our specifications, and get advice regarding laser integrations and custom projects.
This year were are excited to be part of 2 presentations. A poster on how our tunable laser, C-WAVE, has been successfully used to seed a dye amplifier as well as a post deadline talk on how our ultrashort fiber laser, VALO Aalto, is driving future applications in multiphoton microscopy. We welcome you to attend them!
Benchmark evaluation of a single frequency continuous-wave OPO seeded pulsed dye amplifier for high resolution laser spectroscopy
31 January 2023. Poster session • 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST | Moscone Center, Level 2 West
For short-lived radioisotopes, it is of special interest to study their nuclear structure. Production of single isotopes is strongly dependent on the ionization method. One uses multiple laser beams, each precisely tuned to match successive unique electronic transitions. For high-resolution spectroscopy, narrow pulsed laser linewidths are created by the pulsed amplification of a narrow-band cw laser, which takes the amplifier’s power and time profile whilst acquiring the seeder’s spectral properties. This work demonstrates a pulsed dye amplifier seeded by a CW C-WAVE OPO as the first excitation step for high-resolution spectroscopy of radioactive silver in the CRIS experiment at ISOLDE, CERN.
31 January 2023 • 2:50 PM – 3:10 PM PST | Moscone Center, Room 303 (Level 3 South)
For patients suffering from cancer or neurodegenerative diseases research into the underlying causes is of the highest importance. Here, we report on our efforts to optimize higher harmonic generation microscopy complemented with multi-photon (auto)fluorescence, to image for long period of times on acute human tissue slices. Results for time-lapse imaging of the induction of myelin-swelling in Multiple Sclerosis brains during gradual high sodium perfusion and fibrosis induced in samples obtained from lobectomy, in the context of pulmonary fibrosis will be presented.