Monthly Archives: July 2020

EL/PL/DLIT Solar Cell Testing with LumiSolarCell

At VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.​, one of their visions is to develop novel energy harvesting solutions with the help of flexible, lightweight organic or perovskite photovoltaics (PV). Then integrate these PV materials with other components, such as energy storage systems, sensors with Bluetooth, or near-field communication features. The easy processing of these materials … Continue reading

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Expanding the Limits of Super Resolution Microscopy

Expanding the limits of super resolution microscopy into electron microscopy territory! The gem 532 laser from Laser Quantum’s is a critical laser source that is enabling this cutting edge technique. For more information, read the full paper, entitled “Molecular resolution imaging by post-labeling expansion single-molecule localization microscopy (Ex-SMLM)”. To request more information or a quotation … Continue reading

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Clean, Reliable, Precision Infrared Lasers from Access Laser

Access Laser Company (ALC) has been providing high-performance longwave infrared and mid-wave infrared lasers since 1999, always with an eye towards pushing the envelope of laser technology. Focused on application-specific solutions, they have partnered with some of the world’s leading organizations in scientific research, semiconductor manufacturing and medical devices. Over their twenty plus year history … Continue reading

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New Laser Installation at the Technion

The Technion’s Ultrafast Quantum Dynamics Group led by Dr. Michael Krueger has recently received their first laser system, a phase-stable Ti:sa oscillator (venteon CEP5). Due to the travel restrictions, the group performed the installation themselves with remote guidance from the supplier Laser Quantum. According to Dr. Krueger, “Now the fun can begin!” To request more … Continue reading

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Laser Surface Texturing Using Diffractive Optical Element

In a new article, Holo/Or introduces a simple and universal optical setup design for laser surface texturing (LST) that provides functionality superior to direct laser interference patterning (DLIP). The method requires only a single periodic, diffractive optical element (DOE) and a focusing lens, while enabling unlimited freedom for spatial shaping and amplitude variations. The concept … Continue reading

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