Park Systems, a world-leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy (AFM) systems, has integrated robotics and machine learning into its latest atomic force microscope. The AFM features the first-ever fully automated imaging process for research users.
Atomic Force Microscopy: General Principles and Applications
By Ilamaran Sivarajah
High-Resolution Imaging of Water-Solid Interfaces with Atomic Force Microscopes
Speeding Up Atomic Force Microscopy with Ultrafast Amplitude Detectors
By Ben Pilkington
Making Atomic Force Microscopy Faster with Automated Imaging
Keeping Crops Healthy with Raman Spectroscopy
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
Using Raman Spectroscopy for Saliva Studies: A Review
LAMpAS has Reached Target Parameters of Kilowatt-Class Ultrafast Laser
New Liquid-Crystalline Material Shows Promise for Optoelectronic Devices
Researchers Develop a New Scheme for Trapping Single Photons in a Cavity
Researchers Come One Step Closer to a Working Optoacoustic Endoscopic Probe
Development and Latest Progress of Femtosecond Laser Precision Micro/Nano-Engineering
Multilayer Thin-Film Neural Networks for Optical Inverse Problems
Versatile Mounting System for Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors
From Optical Surfaces Ltd.
New Concept to Convert Invisible Infrared into Visible Light
A Viable Strategy for Achieving Topologically-Protected, Localized Zero-Dimensional State for Light
Dr Martin Henneman
The advent of 3D machine vision technology and applications has opened up a wide range of new application spaces which had previously been inaccessible to traditional 2D camera imaging or scanning tools.
Professor David Amabilino
AZoOptics speaks to Professor David Amabilino about recent breakthrough research looking at how self-made fibers guide molecular movement using light.
In this interview, AZoOptics speaks to Rob Watkinson about the challenges for optical systems in nuclear inspection.
Optical Surfaces supply reference and coated flat mirrors worldwide and regularly supply precision alignment devices for optical and engineering purposes.
With incredible low noise imaging, the ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera is the perfect choice for quantitative imaging across all industries and optics needs.
Surface inspection for defects on the shop floor can be achieved with the 4D InSpec surface gauge.