Close collaboration with university laboratories leads to LaserSpec being able to propose advanced picosecond and nanosecond laser sources with yet unchallenged performances and cost effectiveness.

Picosecond OPO tunable from 1.2 to 20 Ám.

Picosecond OPO tunable from 410 to 2600 nm.

Infrared-visible sum-frequency generation spectrometer.

Narrow bandwidth nansecond IR OPO tunable from 0,7 to 22 Ám.

Narrow bandwidth nansecond VIS OPO tunable from 205 nm to 2600 nm.

LaserSpec location in central Europe.

 

Selected references

"All-solid-state 12 ps actively passively mode-locked pulsed Nd:YAG laser using a non-linear mirror.", A. Mani, P. Hollander, P. Thiry, A. Peremans, Applied Physics Letters 75 (20), 3066-3068, (1999).

"Hydrogen-bonded bridges in complexes of o-cyanophenol: Laser-induced fluorescence and IR/UV double-resonance studies", Broquier M, Lahmani F, Zehnacker-Rentien A, Brenner V, Millie P, and Peremans A, Journal of Physical Chemistry A 105 (28), 6841-6850 (2001).

"Pumping picosecond optical parametric oscillators by a pulsed Nd:YAG laser mode-locked using a nonlinear mirror", A.A. Mani, L. Dreesen, Ph. Hollander, C. Humbert, Y. Caudano, P.A. Thiry, and A. Peremans, Appl. Phys. Lett. 79(13), 1945-1947 (2001).

“Picosecond laser for performance of efficient nonlinear spectroscopy from 10 to 21 mu m”, A.A. Mani, Z.D. Schultz, B. Champagne, C. Humbert, L. Dreesen, Y. Caudano, A. Gewirth, J.O. White, P.A. Thiry, and A. Peremans, Optics Letters, Opt. Lett. 29, 274-276 (2004).