The 47th annual meeting, Neuroscience 2017, is the world’s largest neuroscience conference for scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system. APE and its partner APE America welcome you at booth 2507 to inform about the benefits of our devices for neuroscience applications. More than 30,000 visitors from more than 80 countries will meet at the world’s top marketplace of ideas and tools for neuroscience. The conference will take place at Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington [...]
The website ape-berlin.de appears in a new guise. About the most important novelties and further plans on the website: “With the renewal of ape-berlin.de we want to offer our users an even better experience to retrieve the relevant information,” says the Head of Marketing Thomas Neicke. New features and a new layout enable customers to find the most suitable scientific equipment for them and their applications more easily and quickly. Furthermore, it was necessary to transfer the new corporate design of [...]
APE plans to launch a new MIR (mid-infrared) laser source – Carmina. The new design incorporates tuning and automation. As in many of APE’s products, OPO technology and wavelength conversion play a key role in the development of Carmina. Details on the product and application will be announced at a later date.
On November 9, 2017, APE will be celebrating its anniversary. Since 1992, APE has developed and produced devices for measuring and modifying ultrafast laser beams, helping our customers to get the most out of their lasers and optimize their applications. Over the course of 25 years, APE has made its mark worldwide. In many laser laboratories, we are known as the autocorrelator company, and have become an institution for ultrashort pulse characterization. For others, we are the leading company in the [...]
APE provides a FROG option for nearly all pulseCheck autocorrelators. FROG (Frequency-resolved Optical Gating) with the pulseCheck allows a complete spectral and temporal analysis of ultrashort laser pulses without the need for a spectrometer. The FROG option covers a wavelength range of 420 to 1600 nm. Every pulseCheck autocorrelator from now on is delivered ready for an upgrade with FROG. The improved FROG software uses an innovative ptychographic algorithm (q.v.: P. Sidorenko et al., Optica, 3, 1320 (2016)) and thus provides [...]