You want to use multiple wavelengths for your Raman microscope or you want a blue laser to increase the signal from spin-waves in YIG without re-aligning the optics every time you switch lasers?
How about adding some other wavelengths to your optical scanningmicroscope and switch laser-wavelengths to your needs?
No problem, just get in touch with us and bring some color to your lab!
Two exciting and successful weeks at the University of Delaware are about to end. Setting up a new model of our optical scanning microscope for Brillouin light scattering in Newark, visiting the liberty bell in Philadelphia, watching a game of the Blue Hens and now preparing dinner for thanksgiving - a perfect end for our visit!
Happy thanksgiving to all of you!
We are happy to announce that we are a sponsor of the 2nd Workshop on Brillouin microscopy held on January 2019, 23rd to 25th in Lyon, France!
During the practical lessons, Dr. Thomas Sebastian and Dr. Thomas Meyer will be trainers and help you to perform automated measurements using our software modules. Thus, you will be able to use and experience our software in a real scenario!
See you in France!
We have successfully set up a new optical scanning microscope for Brillouin light scattering at Ceitec in Brno, Czech Republic. Thank you guys for your hospitality, it has been a pleasure working with you!
THATec Innovation: by scientists for scientists
Are you interested in our software and hardware solutions as well as our scientific background?
Check out this open access publication about Brillouin light scattering microscopy with co-authorship of two of our founders: Dr. Thomas Sebastian and Dr. Helmut Schultheiß:
T. Sebastian et al., Micro-focused Brillouin light scattering: imaging spin waves at the nanoscale, Front. Phys. 03 (2015)