The international trade show Laser World of Photonics (LWOP) in Munich celebrates its 50th year, and LIGHT CONVERSION has the pleasure of continuing its tradition of participation. With the trade show a week away, LIGHT CONVERSION presents some highlights for our clients and partners coming from all over the world. So, take note and visit us at booth #A2.403 to see them on display:
- CRONUS-3P femtosecond laser comes in a new design built on the basis of a few-decade-long know-how of tunable sources but focusing on its stability and reliability. Thus, creating the only wavelength-tunable turn-key solution for three-photon (3P) imaging.
- The dual laser setup enables unprecedented pulse control for time- and angle-resolved photoemission (TR-ARPES), sum-frequency generation (SFG), and two-dimensional infrared (2DIR) spectroscopy. Moreover, the optically synchronized lasers provide the industrial-grade front-end for high-repetition-rate optical parametric chirped-pulse amplifier (OPCPA).
- The complete ultrafast spectroscopy solution will be showcased by the HARPIA transient absorption (TA) spectrometer. Created by ultrafast spectroscopy specialists, it embraces user-friendliness and simplicity. Come to see the inside of the spectrometer at the show!
- Last but not least, LIGHT CONVERSION will introduce new CARBIDE femtosecond laser models with 120 W infrared (IR) and 50 W ultraviolet (UV) outputs. The latter will be on display, together with some exciting micromachining application examples.
“Preparation for the trade show started a year ago,” noted Giedrė Gajauskė, who led the preparation for the show. She added, “We are happy to see Laser World of Photonics back on track, and there will be a lot of excitement at our booth!”
Conferences happening in parallel with the Laser World of Photonics trade show will host several LIGHT CONVERSION presentations you do not want to miss. Mykolas Karpavičius and Simas Butkus will present glass micromachining and metal sheet welding using laser bursts. Visit the Lasers in Manufacturing conference (Room 2) on June 28th at 11:30 and 11:45, respectively. On the same day, at 17:15, in CLEO Europe (Room 14a), Gaudenis Jansonas will present a new method to increase optical parametric amplifier (OPA) efficiency. Finally, on June 30th at 14:15 (Room 21), Karolis Jurkus will give a talk on OPAs operating in the UV–VIS spectral range; even though OPA technology has been around for a while, there is still so much to discover!
We look forward to seeing you at the talks and meeting at booth #A2.403. See you soon!