Auburn, MA – Leveraging an integrated solution from Physik Instrumente (PI), achieving nanometer-precise motion control with enhanced throughput in laser drilling is now a reality. Powered by EtherCAT drives and co...
The newly upgraded Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) X-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory successfully produced its first X-rays, and researchers around the world are already lined up to kick off an ambitious science program.
Optical resonators are used in everything from familiar laser pointers to cutting-edge photonic quantum computers.
Non-Hermitian systems with their spectral degeneracies known as exceptional points (EPs) have been explored for lasing, controlling light transport, and enhancing a sensor's response.
South Devon College bags ½ £million unprecedented opportunity to nurture the future of photonic semiconductors.
KemLab Inc., a pioneering developer of advanced materials for microelectronics and MEMS applications, introduces the patent pending APOL-LO 3200 Series resist, a groundbreaking advancement in negative tone photoresist technology designed for i-Line and broadband applications.
Auburn, MA – In San Diego next week, discover PI’s latest nanopositioning and automation solutions for optics and photonics applications such as active alignment systems, fast steering mirrors, and fast focus...
The light control performance of photonic crystals is closely related to their lattice constant, which typically requires the lattice constant to be in the same order of magnitude as the working wavelength.
PI’s new technologies presented at 2023 LASER World of Photonics in Munich, Germany.
Auburn, MA – PI’s latest brochure covers high performance motion control systems for
Micro-hole laser drilling
With the use of integration of high-powered X-Rays, machine learning, and phase-retrieval algorithms, Cornell scientists showed the intricate nanotextures in thin-film materials, providing researchers with a novel, streamlined method to examining likely candidates for microelectronics and quantum computing, among other applications.