Our motivation is to help you to focus on the essential: your research.
Having worked and graduated in basic research, we know the small and time-consuming struggles which pop up in the lab every day. To help you to concentrate on your scientific tasks, THATec Innovation offers software and hardware solutions to move your lab to the next level.
If you want to get more details about our scientific work and expertise, in particular for microfocused Brillouin light scattering, have a look at the following publication by our co-founder Dr. Thomas Sebastian et al.:
The initiative #teilenfuersheilen was started by the German food start-up Gipfelpuls.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many trade-fairs were canceled and - as it is the case for many other food start-ups - orders went down. Thus, Gipfelpuls decided to use their stocked products in the best way and to freely provide them to our doctors and nurses in the hospitals who are working hard these days to fight Corona.
With this initiative, you can support Gipfelpuls and other joining food start-ups to cover their costs for the free deliveries and survive these tough times!
=> Start supporting and check out www.teilenfuersheilen.de for more information.
03.02.2020 The next generation of our optical scanning microscropes is about to be preassembled and shipped!
Today, all CNC milled parts for the next setups arrived. The new setups will be a Brillouin microscope, a combined Brillouin and ODMR setup and a Raman microscope. We are already excited - let the assembly begin!
16.01.2020: New application note out: Injection locking in spin-Hall nano-oscillators investigated by Brillouin light scattering microscopy
Learn how to use our optical scanning microscope in combination with our software platform thaTEC:OS for complex measurements. The application note is based on measurements performed by Toni Hache from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf. Thank you for sharing!
14.01.2020 Congratulations to Wei Zhang from the Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan!
A few days ago, Wei Zhang received the 2020 NSF CAREER Award for his research on quantum spintronics. We are proud to be a part of his project which aims for the development of an educational Quantum Physics Lab Module with in-house developed hardware and software on top of a highly interactive laboratory learning platform based on our software platform thaTEC:OS.