The 11th ECONOS Conference and 31st CARS workshop will be held in Aberdeen in July and Elliot Scientific will be attending.
These annual meetings are devoted to different issues in the rapidly expanding field of nonlinear optical spectroscopy and Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering, discussing theoretical and experimental studies as well as applications in:
- Biomedical Research
The conference and exhibition runs from July 8th to 11th and we look forward to seeing you there.
Sprite-t™ is a new approach to ultrafast Ti:Sapphire laser design, providing the user with a host of features that maximise stability, reliability and productivity. Available in widely-tunable femtosecond or picosecond versions (models XT-F or XT-P), or broad bandwith XP model, Sprite is equally at home in a laboratory or an OEM environment. Download Sprite-t series datasheet.
Sprite-e™ is the world’s first commercially available modelocked semiconductor disk laser that provides picosecond pulses with high average power and superb beam quality in the important 900-1100 nm wavelength region. It is directly pumped and therefore requires no external DPSS laser system. Custom choices of wavelength, tuning range, and repetition rates are available in addition to the standard 975 nm 500 MHz model. Download Sprite-e datasheet.
- Ultracompact, rugged, sealed, monolithic designs
- Hands-free, alignment- and maintenance-free operation
- Cavity optics mounted on an Invar® resonator sub-plate for superb stability
- Proprietary InvarianT™ alignment-free opto-mechanical mounts
- Optical metrology
- Nonlinear optics
- Pump-probe experiments
- Multi-Photon Excitation (MPE) or CARS microscopy
- Electro-optic sampling
For more details on these and other lasers from M Squared, please contact us.
Mid-September sees the return of the biennial conference on Quantum, Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics. This year, the event runs from September 18th to 22nd at the University of Oxford Physics Department (Clarendon Laboratory), and at Balliol College, Oxford.
Elliot Scientific will be attending as a sponsor on Monday, September 19th and we will be demonstrating a range of equipment that will be of interest to the delegates with backgrounds in atomic, molecular, optical and plasma physics.
The Clarendon Laboratory will also welcome visitors interested in physics who are not attending the conference. So, if you are in the area, please drop by to say hello.
This international conference will cover a range of AMOP physics including:
- Ultracold Matter
- Quantum Information and Computing
- Ultrafast Phenomena
- Coherent Control
- Plasma Physics
- Atomic & Molecular Interactions
For more information, visit the QuAMP website.