This beamline combines ultrafast laser sources with a fully automatized experimental setup to form a unique high resolution laser printing system at the micro and nanoscale. It allows the transfer of dots of various materials in liquid or solid phase, with diameter ranging from 500nm to hundreds of micrometers.

Laser-based light source parameters

Eolite Yb-KGW

Source type
Yb-KGW laser 1w, 2w, 3w
Peak Photon energy / central wavelenght
1030 [nm]
Beam shape
Gaussian
Pulse duration FWHM
30 [ps]
Pulse repetition rate
10 * 106 [Hz]
Maximum pulse energy
1 * 10-1 [mJ]

Light Conversion Carbide

Source type
Yb-KGW laser
Peak Photon energy / central wavelenght
1028 [nm]
Beam shape
Gaussian
Pulse duration FWHM
290 [fs]
Pulse repetition rate
1 * 106 [Hz]

Nd: YAG laser

Source type
Nd: YAG laser 1w, 2w, 3w, 4w
Peak Photon energy / central wavelenght
1064 [nm]
Beam shape
Gaussian
Pulse duration FWHM
50 [ps]
Pulse repetition rate
10 [Hz]
Maximum pulse energy
120 [mJ]

S-Pulse Amplitude Systemes

Source type
Yb-KGW laser
Peak Photon energy / central wavelenght
1030 [nm]
Beam shape
Gaussian
Pulse duration FWHM
400 [fs]
Pulse repetition rate
10 * 103 [Hz]
Maximum pulse energy
1 * 10-1 [mJ]
contacts
Philippe DELAPORTE
Techniques
Absorption
  • Time-resolved studies
Emission or Reflection
  • Time-resolved studies
Disciplines
Engineering & Technology
  • Other - Engineering & Technology
Information & Communication Technologies
  • Components & Micro-systems
Life Sciences & Biotech
  • Medicine
  • Other - Life Sciences & Biotech
Physics
  • Other - Physics
Address
http://www.lp3.univ-mrs.fr/spip.php?article246
control/Data analysis
Control Software Type
  • Labview
Data Output Type
  • -
Data Output Format
  • -
Other Equipment Available On Site
SEM, AFM and confocal microscope for characterisation
CCD camera for visualisation
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