Imaging and illumination
We use recognized techniques and software to realize optical designs adapted to each project.
We take advantage of mass-produced optics, specialized, custom designed and manufactured lenses and even freeform optics, whose properties are particularly well suited to new-generation sources such as LEDs.
In our photometry lab, we can fully characterize light sources and the optical properties of materials.
We design our own freeform optics using simulation software and prototyping capabilities including a diamond turning lathe and cutting-edge metrology techniques to validate performance.
Precision Optomechanical Assembly
Our optomechanical assemblies achieve the positioning tolerances required for high optical performance. Our design criteria allow us to adjust to different operating conditions while staying within the inevitable cost constraints.
Here are a few projects that mobilize imaging and illumination
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Development of sensors based on lanthanide-doped nanoparticles for diagnostic detection and quantification of ions
Development of non-destructive optical tools and methods for characterizing plant metabolism
Development of an imaging system through Raman spectroscopy and fluorescence for endoscopic probes
Design of an optimized lighting system for the accumulation of high-value lipids enriched with stable isotopes during the cultivation of microalgae
Experimental development of a close-up optical objective for a document verification system
Preliminary development of a numerical method for assessing glare from LED-based sources