Florent Thibault

Dr. Florent Thibault is president and CEO of QiOVA (Andrézieux-Bouthéon, France). Before joining QiOVA, Florent worked as Product Line Manager of Industrial Picosecond Lasers lines for Coherent in Germany, where he had global ownership of product lines like HyperRapid NX or Rapid NX. He also worked for Teem Photonics (Grenoble, France), a passively Q-switched laser business, where held various management roles including applications and business development. Florent holds a PhD in laser and material sciences from University Paris XI, France and a MsEng degree in Photonics from the Institut d’Optique Graduate School (IOGS), Palaiseau (92), France.

FIGURE 1. The laser beam (left) is turned into a beam pattern (right), composed of individual beamlets.
FIGURE 1. The laser beam (left) is turned into a beam pattern (right), composed of individual beamlets.
FIGURE 1. The laser beam (left) is turned into a beam pattern (right), composed of individual beamlets.
FIGURE 1. The laser beam (left) is turned into a beam pattern (right), composed of individual beamlets.
FIGURE 1. The laser beam (left) is turned into a beam pattern (right), composed of individual beamlets.
Laser Processing

Multibeam laser marking: The individual traceability enabler

May 2, 2022
Laser marking for product traceability is permanent, contactless, consumable-less, and eco-friendly. Multibeam technology boosts throughput to address emerging needs arising from...
FIGURE 1. The double-nested OPO or NesCOPO used in the VHR-TL broad-tuning-range source uses double-pass pumping (blue) and two different resonant cavities for the signal (green) and the idler (red).
FIGURE 1. The double-nested OPO or NesCOPO used in the VHR-TL broad-tuning-range source uses double-pass pumping (blue) and two different resonant cavities for the signal (green) and the idler (red).
FIGURE 1. The double-nested OPO or NesCOPO used in the VHR-TL broad-tuning-range source uses double-pass pumping (blue) and two different resonant cavities for the signal (green) and the idler (red).
FIGURE 1. The double-nested OPO or NesCOPO used in the VHR-TL broad-tuning-range source uses double-pass pumping (blue) and two different resonant cavities for the signal (green) and the idler (red).
FIGURE 1. The double-nested OPO or NesCOPO used in the VHR-TL broad-tuning-range source uses double-pass pumping (blue) and two different resonant cavities for the signal (green) and the idler (red).
Spectroscopy

Photonics Applied: Optical Sensing: OPO-based optical analyzer monitors multiple gases in real time

Oct. 8, 2014
A new gas analyzer based on a compact doubly resonant optical parametric oscillator pumped by a pulsed laser can monitor multiple gases in real time with a very wide dynamic range...