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Performance Evaluation of Fiber-Coupling Systems

[November 29, 2018]
VirtualLab Fusion enables fast evaluation of fiber coupling systems thanks to the physical-optics-based simulation techniques, fiber-related detectors, and many other helpful tools.
[November 29, 2018]

VirtualLab Fusion enables fast evaluation of fiber coupling systems thanks to the physical-optics-based simulation techniques, fiber-related detectors, and many other helpful tools.

Optical fibers are widely used in different applications; single-mode fibers especially play an important role in long-distance communications. Launching light into single-mode fibers can be a challenging task in practice. VirtualLab Fusion enables fast evaluation of fiber-coupling systems thanks to the physical-optics-based simulation techniques, fiber-related detectors, and many other helpful tools. For example, one can find the optimal working distance for coupling light into single-mode fibers, and compare the performance of different coupling lenses.

VirtualLab Fusion enables fast evaluation of fiber coupling systems thanks to the physical-optics-based simulation techniques, fiber-related detectors, and many other helpful tools.
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LightTrans awarded with the i-work-Business Award

[November 28, 2018]
The LightTrans International UG has been awarded with the “i-work Business Award” in the category “SME - small and medium-sized enterprises” on 27 November 2018 in Jena, Germany. The award honors companies which promote intercultural opening for international professionals exemplary.
[November 28, 2018]

The LightTrans International UG has been awarded with the “i-work Business Award” in the category “SME - small and medium-sized enterprises” on 27 November 2018 in Jena, Germany. The award honors companies which promote intercultural opening for international professionals exemplary.

Jena | 27 November

We are proud about winning the i-work Business Award.

The LightTrans International UG has been awarded with the “i-work Business Award” in the category “SME - small and medium-sized enterprises” on 27 November 2018 in Jena, Germany. The award honors companies which promote intercultural opening for international professionals exemplary.
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Beyond Ray Tracing – Eindhoven & Garching

[November 21, 2018]
Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion for the optical design tasks in your field of application. Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest. This information will be used to shape the content of the session.
[November 21, 2018]

Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion for the optical design tasks in your field of application. Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest. This information will be used to shape the content of the session.

Eindhoven | Netherlands – 12 December
Garching | Germany 15 January

Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion
for the optical design tasks in your field of application.
Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest.
This information will be used to shape the content of the session.

Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion for the optical design tasks in your field of application. Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest. This information will be used to shape the content of the session.
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Meet us at SPIE Photonics West

[November 05, 2018]
This is a great chance for you to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion about the various application possibilities of the Fast Physical Optics Software VirtualLab Fusion.
[November 05, 2018]

This is a great chance for you to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion about the various application possibilities of the Fast Physical Optics Software VirtualLab Fusion.

5  – 7 FEBRUARY 2019
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, USA
GERMAN PAVILION, BOOTH # 4545-46

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This is a great chance for you to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion about the various application possibilities of the Fast Physical Optics Software VirtualLab Fusion.

In addition, we will give 3 talks and present 2 posters at the conference.

This is a great chance for you to meet our technical experts and sales representatives for a discussion about the various application possibilities of the Fast Physical Optics Software VirtualLab Fusion.
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Vectorial Effects in High-NA Focusing Systems

[August 31, 2018]
In high-NA focusing systems, the vectorial nature of light starts to play a non-negligible role and it may affect the focal spot. In VirtualLab the focal fields can be calculated very efficiently.
[August 31, 2018]

In high-NA focusing systems, the vectorial nature of light starts to play a non-negligible role and it may affect the focal spot. In VirtualLab the focal fields can be calculated very efficiently.

In high-NA focusing systems, the vectorial nature of light starts to play a non-negligible role and it may affect the focal spot. Input polarization, the direction-dependent Fresnel coefficients at the surfaces and the diffraction effect that dominates the propagation of the field in the focal zone must all be considered in order to make reasonable predictions about high-NA setups.

In VirtualLab, all these effects can be included for the investigation of your system, and the focal fields can be calculated very efficiently.

In high-NA focusing systems, the vectorial nature of light starts to play a non-negligible role and it may affect the focal spot. In VirtualLab the focal fields can be calculated very efficiently.
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Focal Region Investigation

[November 15, 2018]
In VirtualLab, the property of light in focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different kind of detectors, therefore providing deeper insight into the optical system under analysis.
[November 15, 2018]

In VirtualLab, the property of light in focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different kind of detectors, therefore providing deeper insight into the optical system under analysis.

Among the various types of optical components, lenses are probably the most widely used and focusing is possibly the most typical task. Although it might seem trivial, the behavior of light in focal regions can be complex and thus deserving of in-depth investigation. As an example, in the case of focusing with a high-NA objective lens, the focal spot is well known to show asymmetry, and consideration of the vectorial nature of light turns out to be necessary. In VirtualLab, the properties of light in focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different kinds of detectors, and with the ParameterRun function the field evolution through the focal region can be analyzed as well.

In VirtualLab, the property of light in focal region can be thoroughly investigated with the help of different kind of detectors, therefore providing deeper insight into the optical system under analysis.
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Meet us in Darmstadt and Jena

[November 13, 2018]
Beyond Ray Tracing: Innovative Optical Design with Fast Physical Optics
[November 13, 2018]

Beyond Ray Tracing: Innovative Optical Design with Fast Physical Optics

Darmstadt | Germany – 20 November
Jena | Germany – 22 & 23 November

Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion
for the optical design tasks in your field of application.

Beyond Ray Tracing: Innovative Optical Design with Fast Physical Optics
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Programming Custom Sources

[November 08, 2018]
Sources are yet another extensively customizable module in VirtualLab Fusion: you can adjust at will their wavelength spectrum, spatial coherence properties, transversal shape, and polarization, among others.
[November 08, 2018]

Sources are yet another extensively customizable module in VirtualLab Fusion: you can adjust at will their wavelength spectrum, spatial coherence properties, transversal shape, and polarization, among others.

Sources are yet another extensively customizable module in VirtualLab Fusion: you can adjust at will their wavelength spectrum, spatial coherence properties, transversal shape, and polarization, among others. Of all those, let us at present concentrate on the last two. You can find below a thorough tutorial on the Programmable Light source (which includes a detailed hands-on example) for you to follow, should you wish to learn to program your own sources. Additionally, we offer another example, in a more condensed format, that illustrates how to generate radially and azimuthally polarized light via programming.

Sources are yet another extensively customizable module in VirtualLab Fusion: you can adjust at will their wavelength spectrum, spatial coherence properties, transversal shape, and polarization, among others.
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Programming Custom Functions

[November 02, 2018]
In this newsletter we have a look at transmission functions: a well-known concept from Fourier optics – further enhanced by VirtualLab’s fully vectorial, electromagnetic approach – transmission functions constitute a good way to include idealized components in your optical system.
[November 02, 2018]

In this newsletter we have a look at transmission functions: a well-known concept from Fourier optics – further enhanced by VirtualLab’s fully vectorial, electromagnetic approach – transmission functions constitute a good way to include idealized components in your optical system.

In our previous newsletter we already pointed to VirtualLab Fusion’s extremely modular nature, combined with its potential for customizability, as one of the fundamental strengths of the software, and went on to highlight programmable surfaces as just one instance thereof. We continue here in the same vein, only this time we move on to transmission functions: a well-known concept from Fourier optics – further enhanced by VirtualLab’s fully vectorial, electromagnetic approach – transmission functions constitute a good way to include idealized components in your optical system. Learn, with the help of the tutorial and examples listed below, how to program your own custom functions in VirtualLab Fusion!

In this newsletter we have a look at transmission functions: a well-known concept from Fourier optics – further enhanced by VirtualLab’s fully vectorial, electromagnetic approach – transmission functions constitute a good way to include idealized components in your optical system.
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Beyond Ray Tracing - Germany & Japan

[October 19, 2018]
Due to high demand, we are happy to announce that we have scheduled two more seminars for this year. Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion for the optical design tasks in your field of application. Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest. This information will be used to shape the content of the session.
[October 19, 2018]

Due to high demand, we are happy to announce that we have scheduled two more seminars for this year. Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion for the optical design tasks in your field of application. Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest. This information will be used to shape the content of the session.

Darmstadt | Germany – 20 November
Tokyo | Japan 4 December

Due to high demand, we are happy to announce that we
have scheduled two more seminars for this year.
Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion
for the optical design tasks in your field of application.
Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest.
This information will be used to shape the content of the session.

Due to high demand, we are happy to announce that we have scheduled two more seminars for this year. Meet our experts and learn how to use VirtualLab Fusion for the optical design tasks in your field of application. Register for the seminars and indicate your areas of interest. This information will be used to shape the content of the session.
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