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Ultrashortpulse Laser in Industrial Applications APE at LEF 2018 Seminar, Fürth

“Ultrashortpulse (USP) laser in industrial applications” will be one of the main topics of this year’s LEF 2018. The LEF is a meeting place for laser users and manufacturers and will take place for the 21st time this year. In Fürth (Germany) from the 6th to the 7th of March the “latest trends and developments around the topic of laser micro material processing will be presented and discussed with regard to their possible use in various fields of application”. APE [...]


First Swiss Cytometry Meeting Characterization of BD FACSymphony using quantiFlash

The EPFL Flow Cytometry Core Facility (FCF) is looking forward to welcome you to the first Swiss Cytometry Meeting, taking place in Lausanne from the 7th to the 9th of February 2018. The meeting will include lectures for scientists working in different areas of cytometry. Top researchers and leading industry members will contribute to plenary sessions and scientific tutorials addressing latest achievements in cytometry technology and applications. Claudia Dumrese, Head of the Flow Cytometry Core Facility at the University of Zürich, [...]


AVUS Short-pulse Debuts at Photonics West 2018 Short-pulse OPA for Microscopy & Spectroscopy

A short-pulse version of AVUS from APE debuts at SPIE BIOS & Photonics West in San Francisco (27 January – 1 February 2018) as part of the Optical Parametric Amplifier (OPA) product line. OPAs from APE are frequency converters for femtosecond laser used for spectroscopy and microscopy applications. With respect to microscopy applications, the new AVUS SP with shorter pulses of 70 fs (and below) will increase the imaging contrast and improve the signal-to-noise ratio. The improvement is due to [...]


FROG-technique Covers 1800 – 2200 nm Precisely Characterize Laser Pulses Emitting 2 µm

FROG now covers the wavelength range of 1800 nm – 2200 nm and opens the door to precisely characterize pulsed laser systems emitting in the spectral region of 2 µm. Famous representatives of pulsed laser sources to cover this wavelength region are OPOs and classical OPAs. Beside this, Thulium- (Tm) and Holmium- (Ho) doped materials enable pulsed laser emission with comparatively high pulse energies. New candidates in this field are, for example, fiber-based pico-second sources such as master oscillator power [...]


Pulse Compression Explained Learn Details about Pulse Compression & Dispersion Compensation

Mastering dispersion of a short pulsed laser beam is important to maintain the quality of laser beams and improve its performance for various microscopy applications. For this reason, pulse compression (and stretching) and dispersion compensation are two very important topics that need to be mastered by laser users and microscopy operators. In our article we will explain the cause of dispersion and show how to compensate this effect by the means of a pulse compressor and dispersion management. You [...]


Meet APE at Neuroscience 2017 World’s Largest Neuroscience Conference

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 [...]


New Website for APE – The Ultrashortpulse-Specialist

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 [...]


Carmina Tunable MIR Laser Source

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.