DESY is cooperating with Class 5 Photonics, the University of Hamburg, Amphos and partners from the semiconductor industry as part of the “MEGA-EUV” project.
We build pioneering lasers from extreme ultraviolet to terahertz, based on optical parametric chirped pulse amplification (OPCPA) and advanced nonlinear optical technologies, such as high-harmonic generation (HHG). Discover new frontiers with our award-winning systems and innovative solutions offering outstanding performance.
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Material science & photo-electron spectroscopy
The key to power scaling and flexibility
— EMBL Heidelberg, Prevedel LabThe focus of the Prevedel lab at EMBL is to push the frontiers of deep tissue microscopy in terms of imaging depths and resolution by developing advanced and innovative optical imaging techniques.
— Rapp OptoElectronic GmbH, Microscopy R&D labRapp OptoElectronic is specialized in high-performance photomanipulation, illumination and multi-photon microscopy systems.
— Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology,
Laboratory for Ultrafast & Nanoscale PlasmonicsThe lab of Professor Park works on next generation terahertz and mid-infrared spectroscopies combined with plasmonics and nano-structures which are used for various photonic applications, such as infrared bolometer, atomic memory device, sensing of chemical/biological molecules, and green hydrogen production.
— The University of Hong Kong,
Ultrafast Optics and Attosecond Science labThe Ultrafast Optics and Attosecond Science lab seeks to generate, measure, and develop new methodologies in creation of ultrashort laser pulses based on nonlinear optics and strong-field laser physics.