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Since 1999 our products and services shorten or even enable development cycles of innovative optical components and systems. All activities are based on the fast physical optics software VirtualLab Fusion, which provides a platform for connecting inbuilt and customized electromagnetic field solvers. This approach enables fast physical optics with ray tracing embedded in a well-defined way.

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Getting Started with VirtualLab Fusion – June

21 – 22 June 2021 | 08:30 – 12:00 (CEST)
23 – 24 June 2021 | 17:00 – 20:30 (CEST)

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Our experts answer customer's questions regarding our VirtualLab Fusion software.

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EPIC PHOTONICS+

29 – 30 June 2021
13:00 – 17:00 (CEST)
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VIPO Symposium

09 July 2021
Weimar, Germany
On-Site: Bauhaus-University Weimar, Auditorium 6
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User Meetup

Cross-Topic – We answer your questions

14 July 2021
10:00 – 17:00 (CEST)
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Getting Started with VirtualLab Fusion – July

19 – 20 July 2021 | 08:30 – 12:00 (CEST)
21 – 22 July 2021 | 17:00 – 20:30 (CEST)
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„VirtualLab Fusion offers excellent opportunities in research projects and is perfect for use in teaching, especially since there are many documented application examples available.“

Prof. Dr. Stefan Kontermann, Hochschule RheinMain

Nowadays ray tracing is not sufficient anymore. For a detailed analysis physical optics is required. VirtualLab Fusion is optimized for wave-optical simulations. The results we achieved are excellent. We can highly recommend VirtualLab Fusion. Not only the software is great, but also the support of the whole LightTrans team.

Dr. Benjamin Heck, Raylase GmbH

Excellent program, amazing capabilities, and very user-friendly interface.

Galina Machaviariani, Apple

VirtualLab Fusion is a very promising software that is helping in solving some peculiar diffraction issues that have been causing headaches to the community.

Federico Landini, INAF – Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri

This is one of the most elaborate pieces of software I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. My workflow now is not only faster and more pleasant, but also very well documented with little to no effort on that point.

Dr. Fabian Patrovsky, CDA GmbH

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Take Part in Our Next User Meetup!

[July 14, 2021]
We offer three different options for you to interact with our engineering and sales team, where we will give you the keys to make your work with VirtualLab Fusion more productive and enjoyable!
[July 14, 2021]

We offer three different options for you to interact with our engineering and sales team, where we will give you the keys to make your work with VirtualLab Fusion more productive and enjoyable!

Cross-Topic – We Answer Your Questions!
14 July | 10:00 – 17:00 (CEST)

LightTrans User Meetups are a new way of interacting virtually with our optical engineers and sales representatives.

After covering your questions on Gratings and Interferometric Setups in our first Meetups, our third edition will not be centered around one single specific topic. We encourage all our current customers, as well as those who hope to become one, to take part. It does not matter in which area you have questions or need our support.

We offer three different options for you to interact with our engineering and sales team, where we will give you the keys to make your work with VirtualLab Fusion more productive and enjoyable!
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Focal Region Investigation

[June 18, 2021]
As an example, in the case of focusing with a high-NA objective lens, the focal spot is known to show asymmetry, and consideration of the vectorial nature of light turns out to be necessary. VirtualLab’s representation of light as an electromagnetic wave in a fully vectorial approach enables the analysis of these polarization-dependent effects in detail. Moreover, the properties of light in the focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different detectors. In combination with the Parameter Run feature the field evolution through the focal region can be analyzed as well.
[June 18, 2021]

As an example, in the case of focusing with a high-NA objective lens, the focal spot is known to show asymmetry, and consideration of the vectorial nature of light turns out to be necessary. VirtualLab’s representation of light as an electromagnetic wave in a fully vectorial approach enables the analysis of these polarization-dependent effects in detail. Moreover, the properties of light in the focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different detectors. In combination with the Parameter Run feature the field evolution through the focal region can be analyzed as well.

Lenses are, among all optical components, probably the most widely used, and focusing of light is possibly the most typical task in optics. Although it can seem trivial, the behavior of light in a focal region can be complex and is therefore worthy of in-depth investigation. As an example, in the case of focusing with a high-NA objective lens, the focal spot is known to show asymmetry, and consideration of the vectorial nature of light turns out to be necessary. VirtualLab’s representation of light as an electromagnetic wave in a fully vectorial approach enables the analysis of these polarization-dependent effects in detail. Moreover, the properties of light in the focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different detectors. In combination with the Parameter Run feature the field evolution through the focal region can be analyzed as well.

As an example, in the case of focusing with a high-NA objective lens, the focal spot is known to show asymmetry, and consideration of the vectorial nature of light turns out to be necessary. VirtualLab’s representation of light as an electromagnetic wave in a fully vectorial approach enables the analysis of these polarization-dependent effects in detail. Moreover, the properties of light in the focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different detectors. In combination with the Parameter Run feature the field evolution through the focal region can be analyzed as well.
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Meet us virtually at EPIC Photonics+ & learn from our Webinar!

[June 16, 2021]
Take part at the EPIC Photonics+ and listen to our talk on "AR/MR".
[June 16, 2021]

Take part at the EPIC Photonics+ and listen to our talk on "AR/MR".

Virtual Exhibition | EPIC PHOTONICS+ | 29 – 30 June 2021
Webinar | AR & MR Devices | Key Learnings

Take part at the EPIC Photonics+ and listen to our talk on "AR/MR".
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