- The new family of laser pumped compact light modules is now commercially available!
- The new GAGG+ based scintillation detector G4S provides a modern, smaller and efficient alternative to the commonly used 1 inch NaI:Tl scintillation detectors. Find out more!
- Titanium-doped sapphire is now available as a laser gain material for tunable lasers with red or near-infrared emission. This material is mostly designated for scientific research for its ability to generate ultrashort pulses and for its durability when working at high-powers.
- Ho:YAG is used as active laser crystal to generate 2,1 micron emission. It can be advantageously…
- Stable thin films for optical and monocrystalline materials (project No. TH02010579) The goal of this project is the improvement of thin film technology with respect to high laser-induced damage threshold (LIDT) and environmental stability (low spectral shift). These thin films (anti-reflective, high-reflective, combined) can be deposited on both the optical glasses and monocrystalline substrates produced by CRYTUR, spol. s r.o. The project is solved in collaboration with the HiLASE Centre of the Institute of Physics of CAS and supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.