New Material Characterization Method using TOPTICA's TeraBeam

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TOPTICA’s partner Lake Shore installed a new system for material characterization at terahertz frequencies in Professor Dan Mittleman’s laboratory at Brown University (Providence, RI).

The system includes TOPTICA’s frequency-domain laser platform TeraBeam and features the new, digital control unit DLC smart. It enables high-resolution spectroscopy of materials at cryogenic temperatures and high magnetic fields. According to Lake Shore application scientist Dr. David Daughton, TOPTICA’s experience in research-grade lasers and laser controllers was crucial for achieving the ultra-stable measurement performance required in this demanding application. Read more in the official Lake Shore press release.

TOPTICA Photonics has been developing and manufacturing high-end laser systems for more than 20 years.

The systems are used for demanding scientific and industrial applications in biophotonics, industrial metrology and quantum technology. TOPTICA is renowned for providing the widest wavelength coverage of lasers on the market, providing high-power lasers even at exotic wavelengths: 190 nm - 0.1 THz (corresponding to 3 mm).