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By a Stretch: Making Femtosecond Laser Design and Manufacturing Simpler, Leaner and Cheaper

Tue, Jan 23, 2018 1:00P EST
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Next-gen ultrafast lasers will be cheap, compact, robust and versatile. How does your laser measure up? This webinar will discuss challenges in femtosecond laser design and manufacturing, such as femtosecond pulse management and optics alignment, as well as promising new volume market opportunities. The webinar will also highlight how designing a simpler and more versatile laser, specifically at the stretching-compressor stage, will be key to lowering costs in the future and to thriving in a more competitive ultrafast laser landscape.

Who should attend: Engineers and technical professionals who are using or managing the use of high-precision lasers for products and industries where extreme precision is required, including these fields: material processing and production; medical and biomedical; semiconductor processing; and solar/photovoltaics.

Rene Dionne, product line manager, TeraXion.About the presenter: René Dionne is a product line manager at TeraXion. He has more than 20 years of experience with lasers and over 15 years of experience designing laser components. He played an instrumental role in deploying TeraXion’s PowerSpectrum ultrafast and high-power laser components product line, and continues to work closely with customers to design robust, compact and cost-effective femtosecond and picosecond laser components and modules. He will be at TeraXion’s booth (#3079) at Photonics West 2018.

About TeraXion: TeraXion designs, manufactures and markets best-in-class photonic products to selected emerging markets including high-speed fiber optic transmission networks, fiber lasers and optical sensing applications. Its core competencies in proprietary fiber Bragg grating (FBG) and laser frequency control technologies have enabled the company to transform complex technologies into manufacturable high-technology products.

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