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Laser-driven light sources: A new generation of broadband ultra-high brightness light sources for industry and research

NOV
18
2021
18 . NOV 2021

Lecture Hall B2 Innovation Forum

13:00 -13 :30 h | Hall B2 .441

Subjects: Test and measurement, quality assurance | Semiconductor production

Speaker: Dr. Matthias Sachsenhauser (Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

Today’s cutting-edge research and manufacturing applications in materials sciences require light sources capable of delivering bright and highly stable light over long lifetimes.
The laser-driven light source (LDLS) technology is able to provide ultra-high brightness over a broad wavelength band (ranging from DUV to IR) making it a powerful and extremely long-lifetime alternative to conventional deuterium, short-arc xenon or tungsten-halogen lamps in advanced applications, such as semiconductor metrology and inspection, thin film monitoring or hyperspectral imaging. This presentation provides a fundamental introduction into the LDLS technology itself, along with a brief product overview and selected application examples.
In addition, the latest system-level light source developments harvesting the LDLS technology will be discussed, with a particular focus on the laser-driven tunable light source (LDTLS) and the Chromatiq Spectral Engine (CSE). While the monochromator-based LDTLS allows to generate wavelength tunable light with unrivaled scanning speed and accuracy, the novel CSE can emulate real-world lighting conditions by precisely controlling the spectral content of emitted light. Among other applications, these unique light sources enable efficient testing and calibration of optical sensors in high-volume production environments.

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Dr. Matthias Sachsenhauser

Matthias Sachsenhauser holds a degree in experimental physics, with a focus on semiconductors and bio-nanotechnology. After obtaining his PhD at the Technical University of Munich, he started working as a technical sales engineer at Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH in 2016. While his main expertise lies on optoelectronic components for industrial applications, a particular focus of his work is also dedicated to growing sales of laser-driven light sources in Europe by identifying new target applications and markets.

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Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH

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Dr. Matthias Sachsenhauser

Matthias Sachsenhauser holds a degree in experimental physics, with a focus on semiconductors and bio-nanotechnology. After obtaining his PhD at the Technical University of Munich, he started working as a technical sales engineer at Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH in 2016. While his main expertise lies on optoelectronic components for industrial applications, a particular focus of his work is also dedicated to growing sales of laser-driven light sources in Europe by identifying new target applications and markets.

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