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Top articles from Edition 23 (6/16)
Themes in this issue
At the end of April 2016 the European Zygo office moved to a new location about 5 km away from our current place.Read more
“It seems hard to sneak a look at God’s cards. But that he plays dice and uses ‘telepathic’ methods (as the present quantum theory requires of him) is...Read more
A first step to minimizing the risk of space debris colliding with space assets is the precise determination of the position of their orbits.Read more
Xenics have launched a new SWIR camera for a wide range of surveillance systems that require intelligent real-time and on-board image processing.Read more
Andor have added another model to their popular and successful iStar ICCD camera series.
The new model is based on the Zyla-5.5 sCMOS camera and...Read more
Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) are a key enabling technology in application areas from telecommunications and biosensing, to quantum optics. To...Read more
Nanoparticles are becoming increasingly more important in commercial and industrial products. Typical application fields range from cosmetics over...Read more
Light & lasers
Hand-held light meter: ILT2400 with Touch Screen Display, measurement range: 50 pA – 1 mA current, Illuminance spectrophotometer: ILT350, built-in...Read more
Artificial light is gaining attention as a potential stressor to aquatic ecosystems.Read more
Locations: LOT-QuantumDesign, Darmstadt, Germany, Leuven, Belgium, St. Petersburg, Russia and Zurich, SwitzerlandRead more
By definition, spectroscopic ellipsometry covers a broad spectral range. Our ellipsometer model RC2 covers the range from 190 nm to 1700 nm.Read more
We have cleaned up our stock of optical components and offer bandpass, notch, edge and color glass filters for a great range of applications. All...Read more
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