Welcome at THATec Innovation!
Our motivation is to help you to focus on the essential: your research.
The lab automation framework thaTEC:OS is the most versatile solution for any research lab! Easily control any number of devices on any number of PCs. Never forget to note down any device setting any more with the integrated labbook. Keep track on all your measurements via a measurement database. Future-proof by using the open-source data format HDF5.
>> thaTEC:OS Demo version and Quick Start Guide <<
Check out our device library for all currently supported device
Custom built microscopes
Our custom built microscopes are ready for your lab! Brillouin light scattering, Raman scattering, NV center, time-resolved Kerr effect or maybe fluorescence microscopy? No problem! Wether you want to upgrade your system or build a new one from scratch. Get us involved from the beginning and profit from our experience. We will design the whole beam path from the laser to the detector and set up everything right in your lab!
By scientists for scientists
aving worked and graduated in basic research, we know the small and time-consuming struggles which pop up in the lab every day. Thus, our products are solely dedicated to help you to concentrate on your scientific tasks and bring 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.:
>> Micro-focused Brillouin light scattering: imaging spin waves at the nanoscale, T. Sebastian et al., Front. Phys. 3, 35 (2015) <<
20.05.2021 IEEE International Conference on Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties
Register now and get your early-bird discount until July 30!
30.04.2021 New publication using thaTEC:OS
Check out the new results here.
23.04.2021 New project has started
We are looking forward to working with all partners, in particular in the implementation of our optical scanning microscopes to the femtosecond pump-probe setup at the TU Dortmund.
To learn more about this project, visit www.sinfonia-fet.eu
15.03.2021 New year, new office, new projects, new products, ...
We moved to a new and much larger office space, we are part of the Horizon 2020 EU project SINFONIA (Selectively activated INFOrmation technology by hybrid Organic Interfaces) which will start in April, we will introduce some new versions of our optical scanning microscope, and there are several new videos and application notes to come, showing the potential of our soft- and hardware for your research!
Follow us on social media and stay tuned!
18.11.2020 New video on the experimental setup for Brillouin light scattering
Then you should watch our new video on Brillouin light scattering: