Dec 15 2021 8:15am
RT @qombina: Dual-comb spectroscopy is an emerging application of mid-infrared frequency combs for high-resolution molecular spectroscopy.…
Oct 26 2021 1:29pm
Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) at the service of life science research!
Check out our recent article outlining some… https://t.co/S9HfmMwG9c
Aug 11 2021 7:03am
The idea of using quantum well heterostructures to control the energy of photons emitted in a semi-conductor, rather than the more usual and higher-energies interband transitions, was first developed by R.F. Kazarinov and R.A. Suris in 1971. The first experimental demonstration of such a Quantum Cascade Laser was made in 1994 at Bell Labs by Jérôme Faist, Federico Capasso, Deborah Sivco, Carlo Sirtori, Albert Hutchinson, and Alfred Cho in 1994.
In 1998 Alpes Lasers was founded in Neuchatel, Switzerland by Jérôme Faist, then a Professor at the University of Neuchâtel, now at ETH Zürich, Antoine Müller and Matthias Beck. It was then the first company to offer Quantum Cascade Lasers on the market, a priority it has maintained by commercializing the first CW laser in 2001 and the first broad gain laser in 2009.
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