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Analyzing the impact of powder quality on Complex 3D Objects made by Laser Additive Manufacturing
Laser Additive Manufacturing (LAM) is a process in which metallic powder is deposited in successive layers to produce components directly from digital designs enabling unparalleled design freedom.
On the Cover of HPL: Bremsstrahlung Emission from High Power Laser Interactions with Constrained Targets for Industrial Radiography
How to beat a mind-controlling parasite
Previously Unknown Sugar modification of proteins Discovered by BOKU and the CLF’s Octopus Laser Could Lead to Hardier Crop
Novel 3D cell structures that mimic living tissue to be studied using Octopus Laser Facility
CLF’s DiPOLE lab identifies acoustic signature of laser shock peening for qualitative evaluation of residual stresses
Cobalt Light Systems Ltd
L3 Technology Ltd
Scitech Precision Ltd
Our laser facilities
Gemini is a high power, ultra-short pulse laser system delivering dual beams of 15 J, 30 fs laser pulses, at a rate of one shot every 20 seconds
Artemis is the CLF's facility for ultrafast XUV science. Experiments on Artemis use high harmonics to investigate ultra-fast electron dynamics in condensed matter and gas-phase molecules, and for coherent lensless imaging.
Vulcan is a petawatt laser system, used for experiments researching fusion energy, electron and ion acceleration, laboratory astrophysics and plasma physics.
ULTRA combines laser, detector and sample manipulation technology to probe molecular dynamics on the femtosecond to microsecond timescales.
The OCTOPUS (Optics Clustered to OutPut Unique Solutions) imaging cluster offers a range of imaging techniques including multidimensional single molecule microscopy, confocal microscopy and optical profilometry.
Christmas meeting of the High Power Laser User Community
Registration has now closed for the Christmas meeting of the High Power Laser User Community (16th - 18th December 2019)