Laser Focus World Webcasts


Upcoming Webcasts

Laser Measurements Critical to Successful Additive Manufacturing Processes

Date 04/15/2015

Maximizing the stability of the variables going into any manufacturing process is what ensures ts consistency and high quality. Specifically, when a laser is used during additive manufacturing processes, knowing how the laser interacts with the material is crucial to the success of the parts being built up. But what variables does the laser introduce? How can they be monitored and controlled? How often should measurements be taken? This webinar will discuss all of these questions to help laser users better understand their laser system, and help to ensure a consistent and high-quality laser additive manufacturing process.

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Ray Optics Simulations with COMSOL Multiphysics

Date 04/02/2015

The Ray Optics Module can be used to simulate electromagnetic wave propagation when the wavelength is much smaller than the smallest geometric entity in the model. Notable features include built-in settings for analyzing intensity and polarization, dedicated capabilities for unidirectional or bidirectional coupling to other physics interfaces for industrial-grade multiphysics applications, and a wide variety of boundary conditions, including refraction and combinations of diffuse and specular reflection. The webinar, sponsored by Comsol, will include a demonstration and will conclude with a Q&A session.

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On Demand Webcasts

Multichannel Spectroscopy: Technology and Applications

03/12/2015

This webcast, sponsored by Hamamatsu, highlights some of the photonic technology used in spectroscopy, and the resulting applications.

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Handheld Spectrometers

02/24/2015

Spectroscopy is a powerful and versatile tool that traditionally often required a large and bulky instrument. The combination of compact optics and modern packaging with powerful spectral sensors and microprocessors has allowed development of handheld spectrometers. This talk will review the basic principles, describe the range of instruments, and explain how some of them work.

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Fracking, climate change, and lasers:  new tools to reduce fugitive methane emissions

01/28/2015

This webcast, sponsored by Hamamatsu Corporation, covers recent developments and field deployments of compact quantum-cascade-laser (QCL)-based methane sensors to quantify methane emissions from the Barnett, Marcellus, and Monterey Shales. Fugitive methane concentrations, plume sizes, and distribution of emissions rates from shale gas extraction, storage, and transmission will be presented, along with a summary of the technical and sampling challenges needed to quantify fugitive methane emissions from the lifecycle of the natural-gas supply chain.

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Opportunities in the Mid-IR

12/10/2014

The technology for exploiting the mid-IR is developing rapidly:  it includes quantum-cascade lasers and other sources, spectroscopic instruments of many types, and mid-IR imaging and detectors. Here, Claire Gmachl of MIRTHE gives an overview of mid-IR optical technology and the opportunities that arise from their development.

Please join us for this webcast sponsored by Electro Optics Technology and Hamamatsu Corporation.

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