High-End Optical Filters: Challenges and Solutions to Optimizing Fluorescence Analysis

Oct 26, 2021
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Advanced optical thin-film coating technology is instrumental for the manufacturing of filters, mirrors, or beamsplitters with superior optical characteristics. Monitored control of the coating process allows optical components to be precisely matched to the requirements of the microscope's imaging system. In applications such as fluorescence microscopy, parameters such as edge steepness or optical blocking (optical density) are factors that decisively affect the quality of the generated signal.

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About the presenter:
Christian KatzerChristian Katzer, Ph.D., joined Materion Balzers Optics as a product specialist and later transitioned to the product management team. Today he is head of product management at the Materion Balzers Optics production site in Jena, Germany, where he supports customers in finding the best filter solution for their specific application. He holds a doctorate in physics with a focus on thin-film physics and optics. His doctoral research centered on the basic physics of thin films.
CoatingsMicroscopyOpticsImagingflourescenceBiophotonicsoptical thin-film coatingsoptical density
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