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6 – 7 October 2020
IGZ Würzburg, Building C, Multiphoton Optics GmbH
17 – 19 November 2020
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Exhibition Center Frankfurt
We analyze and design such systems in VirtualLab Fusion and show how to configure the Fourier transform settings for such tasks.
Laser guide stars – which are artificial “star” images tens of kilometers away – are important for the correction of atmospheric distortions for astronomical telescopes. The size of the star must be carefully controlled, and the slow-diffraction effect must be considered in the design so as to correctly predict the focal spot. We analyze and design such systems in VirtualLab Fusion and show how to configure the Fourier transform settings for such tasks.
Register now for our VirtualLab Fusion Release 2020.1 Webinar! Seats are limited, so don't hesitate and save your seat now! Get to know our major improvements and innovations of our VirtualLab Fusion Release 2020.1.
We are proud to present a new version of VirtualLab Fusion, in which we bring the connecting field solvers technology to the next level.
In order to adapt to different time zones worldwide, we will hold this webinar twice (all times CET):
8 July | 10:00 – 11:00 & 17:00 – 18:00
We build up a spatial filtering setup and check how the pinhole size influences the output beam quality and power.
It is often important to ensure good beam quality for many laser-based optical experiments and applications. Laser beams, in reality, may contain higher-order modes or exhibit wavefront perturbation, and consequently need to be cleaned up. A typical method is to use a spatial filtering setup, with two lenses and a pinhole in the intermediate focal plane, i.e. the Fourier plane. We build up such a spatial filtering setup and check how the pinhole size influences the output beam quality and power.