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New Autocorrelator

The pulseCheck NX from APE is a leap forward in the evolution of a product line, which has been market leading and trusted for more than 25 years. The new autocorrelator design implements an unprecedented level of integration, including software, electronics, mechanics and optics.

 

By relentlessly striving for best in class performance, APE made the new NX autocorrelators easy to use, while putting state of the art data processing and evaluation performance at your finger tips. As a new generation of test and measurement tools the NX product line provides invaluable solutions for analysis, monitoring and optimisation of short-pulse laser systems.

 

The pulseCheck NX provides plug & play capability via USB and Ethernet connections. These enable integration into automated test and measurement environments. Remote control with Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments (SCPI) through the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is possible via the provided network connectivity.

 

Low-noise analogue electronics and fast digital components allow for excellent signal to noise ratios and seemless data transfer. A mature optical design and meticulously tested components ensure reliable and industry leading performance down to 200 nm*.

 

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Webinar : Bruker Microscopes Fill the Gap Between Fluorescence and Electron Microscopy

Tuesday 14 June 2022, 9am PDT
 


The imaging and characterisation of biological structures and processes have moved beyond the capabilities, resolution and speed of conventional fluorescence and electron microscopes. Eukaryotic cells consist of organelles and other subcellular structures so small they can only be resolved in detail with super-resolution methods. Such cells have membranes with mechanical properties best investigated at the nanoscale using atomic force microscopy. Neurons form circuits in the brain so far from the surface only two-photon microscopy can reach them. To visualize individual cells, neurons or even molecules in the context of an entire living organism requires light‑sheet microscopy.

Bruker has developed a suite of such advanced microscopes that collect information from cells, complex organ/tumor/tissue models or entire organisms in‑vivo; information not accessible with traditional fluorescence or electron microscopy. In this webinar, experts from Bruker discuss the technology behind atomic force, super‑resolution, two‑photon, and light‑sheet microscopy. We will highlight applications in which these technologies are essential to solving biological mysteries.

Webinar Presenters:

Romina Macco, Ph.D.
Bruker
Torsten Mueller, Ph.D.
Bruker
Lina Streich, Ph.D.
Bruker
Winfried Wiegraebe, Ph.D.
Bruker

 

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Webinar : Developing Clarity - Applications of Direct Detection for Electron Backscatter Diffraction

Date: Thursday 19 May 2022, 3am NZDT, 1am AEST, 11pm (Wed 18 May) AWST
 


 

The EDAX Clarity EBSD Detector is the first and only commercially available Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) detector. With single-electron sensitivity, zero noise, and zero distortion, the Clarity can be used to characterize both new and legacy applications. Recently, EDAX announced the addition of the Clarity Super to the direct detection product line. This detector is optimised for high performance down to 3 kV. The combination of performance at both low beam currents and low beam energies makes the Clarity Super the ideal detector for the analysis of beam-sensitive materials. The quality of the high-fidelity EBSD patterns obtained with the Clarity also enables applications for HR-EBSD and pseudosymmetry analysis. The Clarity EBSD Detector Series will be presented in this webinar, and a range of applications will be discussed.                                                                 

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Touch Screen Laser Power and Energy Meter

The new Coherent LabMax Touch is a full featured laser power and energy measurement instrument that makes extensive data acquisition and analysis capabilities easy to access through an intuitive, touchscreen interface.

 

The LabMax brand is well recognised as a performance measurement platform in the photonics space, and this new generation of LabMax Touch meters will carry the bread forward another decade.

 

The all-new touchscreen provides easy access to menus and various measurement modes. For example, measurement data and analysitcs - including live display, statistics trending, tuning, histogram, and beam position information - are all reached with just a gesture or two on the display. Customers will find the interface intuitive, and the ability to swipe left and right between screens and modes will be familiar to everyone who uses a smartphone or tablet.

 

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Free Raman Spectroscopy Training Course

Andor Technology is delighted to present a new four-part training course on Raman spectroscopy. This free course is aimed at those interested in integrating Raman measurements into their experiments.

 

The lessons will cover a short introduction to Raman spectroscopy, its fundamental limitations, typical experimental setups, common applications and different measurement modalities. They will also contrast Raman spectroscopy to its more popular vibrational cousin, infrared absorption.

 

 

Date: 28 April 2022
Time: 3am NZST, 1am AEST, 11pm AWST
Speaker: Adam Wise, PhD

During this session we will explore Raman Spectroscopy, fundamental limitations, and typical experimental setups in the context of developments in instrumentation over the last few decades. Common applications and measurement modalities for Raman Spectroscopy will be xplored, including chemical identification, SERS, TERS and more
 

 

 

Date: 12th May 2022
Time: 3am NZST, 1am AEST, 11pm AWST
Speaker: Adam Wise, PhD

During this sesion we build on previous learning to review interesting and practical applications of Raman Spectroscopy both in academia and in industry. We will review how it's possible to what "seems" like mere vibration spectroscopy to measure temperature, mechanical strain, chemical reactions, blood glucose, plant health, product quality and much more

 

 

Date: 26th May 2022
Time: 3am NZST, 1am AEST, 11pm AWST
Speaker: Shayne Harrel, PhD

This session uncovers how Raman Spectroscopy can be used to characterise various properties in low dimensional materials. It will also address how recent advances in instrumentation used in Raman spectroscopy can overcome experimental challenges.

 

Date: 14th June 2022
Time: 3am NZST, 1am AEST, 11pm AWST
Speaker: Adam Wise, PhD

This session presents a deeper look into how resonance Raman Spectroscopy is combined with photoluminescence and photocurrent measurements to probe the smallest levels of structure and disorder within a thin film solar cell and its constituent materials.

All webinars will be available for download after the event.

 

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