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June 4, 2018

MultiHarp 150 – new generation of timing electronics

Record-breaking multi-channel event timer for quantum optical applications

As the world market leader in TCSPC timing electronics, PicoQuant is proud to announce the MultiHarp 150, its newest generation of bench-top event timers with USB 3.0 interface. Its outstanding data throughput allows to fully exploit the count rate limits of time-resolved single photon experiments. With 4 or 8 detector channels and a common sync input, the MultiHarp 150 is ideally suited for photon coincidence measurements in quantum optics. It is world's first commercial event timer on the market, which is prepared to be used in a White Rabbit timing network. This feature allows two modules to be synchronized over ranges as high as tens of kilometers, making it the ideal time tagger for long distance quantum entanglement experiments.

 

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MultiHarp 150 – new generation of timing electronics

May 23, 2018

Formal opening of PicoQuant’s Application Center in China

ETSC Technologies Co. Ltd and PicoQuant open up a show-room for time-resolved fluorescence test measurements

On 26th April, PicoQuant and ETSC Technologies celebrated the formal opening of PicoQuant Application Center China in Wuhan Future City at the heart of China’s Optical Valley. The new Application Center will be serving potential customers from all over China, providing them with the opportunity to perform test measurements with their own samples on PicoQuant’s time-resolved fluorescence spectrometers and microscopes. The center starts out equipped with the fully automated, high-end and modular FluoTime 300 spectrometer featuring most currently available accessories. In the near future the MicroTime 200 - time-resolved, single molecule sensitive confocal fluorescence microscopy platform will also be available for customer test measurements.

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Formal opening of PicoQuant’s Application Center in China

May 17, 2018

New microscope installed at the University of Leeds

PicoQuant teamed up with JPK Instruments to provide a highly sensitive tool for a wide range of life science applications

In a joint effort by PicoQuant and JPK Instruments, a highly versatile microscope which combines Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) with Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) has been installed at the University of Leeds. This integrated solution enables researchers to obtain structural information from biological samples with resolutions down to the molecular level while recording the fluorescence behavior of a wide variety of probes from the same sample area.

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New microscope installed at the University of Leeds

May 9, 2018

Taiko PDL M1 – Your Rhythm. Our Light.

PicoQuant’s first smart picosecond laser driver offers unmatched operational flexibility for even the most demanding application

Take full control over your pulsed picosecond light sources with PicoQuant recently released Taiko PDL M1 smart laser driver. This laser driver is tailor-made for the most demanding applications in life and material science, semiconductor diagnostic as well as laser-ranging. The Taiko PDL M1 is able to monitor and control most laser head parameters such as optical output power or laser head temperature. It offers unmatched operational flexibility, including a wide range of repetition rates, burst patterns, continuous wave operation, and external triggering. Featuring both an intuitive local one button control scheme and a versatile remote user interface, operating a laser has never been more easy and enjoyable. The two interfaces are fully synchronized and can be used simultaneously.

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Taiko PDL M1 – Your Rhythm. Our Light.

May 4, 2018

Young students get acquainted with fluorescence microscopy

Girls' Day 2018

Last week two groups of young females (age 10 and up) visited the premises of PicoQuant during this years Girls’ Day and met women in leadership positions in both research and business. The other highlight of the tour was the hands-on workshop where the girls learned about how to “make the invisible visible” thanks to fluorescence and light microscopy. The Girls’ Day is a yearly event hosted in Germany by research institutes and companies alike from the technical sector with the aim of enabling young females to gain insights into professions where women are still underrepresented.

Young students get acquainted with fluorescence microscopy

Important Dates

25th Single Molecule Workshop

The anniversary workshop will take place Sept. 3-6, 2019. Registration is open until July 31.


Next Fluorescenece Course: 4-7 Nov. 2019

Registration is now open!


Call for Papers: BiOS 2020

PicoQuant co-organizes the special conference "Single Molecule Spectroscopy and Superresolution Imaging XIII" (BO503). Abstracts can be submitted until July 24, 2019.


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