FemtoFiber Laser Solutions

Cutting-edge | Customized | Reliable | Simple & Turn-key

With more than 15 years of experience in femtosecond fiber laser technology and fiber laser design, TOPTICA Photonics offers innovative and custom-tailored laser solutions that enable cutting-edge research in the field of quantum technology, biophotonics, and solid-state physics.

Innovative laser systems tailored by our experts to advance your research!

From synchronized multi-color laser configurations for pump-probe spectroscopy and non-linear microscopy to highly advanced laser systems that emit phase-stable light pulses with just a few cycles to control individual electrons in solids - TOPTICA's team of application and technology specialists will support you in finding and designing the ideal laser system for your research and provide you with a turnkey solution!

Advanced laser systems that unlock the full potential of your application

Advise and support from our technology and application experts

Simple, reliable, and turn-key fiber laser technology

Highlighted FemtoFiber Laser Solutions

FemtoFiber bCARS


  • CARS/SRS microscopy
  • Broadband CARS
  • Impulsive SRS
  • Label-free microscopy
  • Broadband coverage < 500 - > 5500 cm-1
  • Spectral resolution < 15 cm-1

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Core Applications:

  • Metabolic imaging of NADH/FAD
  • 2P-FLIM
  • 2P-Microscopy
  • Multi-color imaging
  • Simultaneous excitation of NADH and FAD
  • Straightforward TCSPC synchronization

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Core Applications:

  • THz time-domain spectroscopy
  • Time-resolved THz spectroscopy (TRTS)
  • Covering spectral range from 0.1 - 6 THz
  • Turn-key TRTS by using fs pump laser

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Core Applications:

  • Time-resolved spin dynamics
  • THz Spectroscopy
  • Picosecond ultrasonics
  • All electronic pump-probe delay with < 100 fs timing jitter
  • Compatible with all fiber laser from TOPTICA

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Personal Information

Pushing the boundaries in scientific research is my vision, and making high-end technology available to all is key to driving that progress. With our FemtoFiber Laser Solutions we offer scientists simple and user-friendly laser solutions with which they can advance their research and push their applications to the absolute limits!

Dr. Max Eisele
Product Manager Ultrafast Fiber Lasers

Our customized system manufacturing is ready to meet your laser requirements and to turn your dream laser system into reality. Our expertise in fiber laser, terahertz, and frequency comb technology allows us to provide innovative and cutting-edge laser solutions that work at the push of a button.

Dr. Matthias Hohenleutner
Director Production Customized Solutions


"For us TOPTICAs FemtoFiber CARS system is the perfect laser for standard as well as broadband CARS and SRS applications. The simple all-fiber design makes the system very easy to work with and allows us to really focus on microscopy and to advance our microscopy methods.”

Prof. Dario Polli,
Politecnico di Milano, Italy

"The FemtoFiber bCARS laser solution from TOPTICA is the perfect fit for broadband CARS microscopy and a real working horse in our user facility. Setting-up the laser was extremely simple and since the first day the laser works reliably without requiring maintenance or alignment.”

Prof. Julian Moger,
University of Exeter, UK

"TOPTICAs CARS solution is really one of our working horses in the lab! The fiber technology is compact, reliable and quiet. I can fully recommend the laser to every researcher working in the field of CARS microscopy.”

Dr. Roberta Galli,
TU Dresden, Germany

„In my eyes, the FemtoFiber ASOPS laser solution from TOPTICA is the best possible laser system for our research on spin dynamics with highest sensitivity. By combining the flexibility and stability of the fiber lasers with the pump-probe detection speed of the ASOPS electronics, we can perform cutting-edge research that was previously not possible like the recent detection of magnon polarons.”

Prof. Manfred Bayer,
TU Dortmund, Germany