AMPLITUDE TECHNOLOGIES has developed its unique technological solutions by forging strong links with laboratories and institutes, each a leader in their particular scientific domain.
Partners: Amplitude Technologies, Imagine Optic, Dosisoft, Propulse, LOA, CEA, IGR, Institute Curie CPO.
Aims: R&D program forestablishing the technical and economical viability of proton therapy with Ultra Intense High Repetition rate lasers.
Partners: Common laboratory between Amplitude Technologies and IRAMIS (CEA, Saclay France)
Aims: Development of CEP technology for high energy laser systems.
Partners: Amplitude Technologies (France), AMOLF (Nederland), FASTLITE (France), IRAMIS(CEA, Saclay France)
Aims: Partnership to exchange competences on the attosecond techniques.
Coordinator: Max-Born Institut, Lund University, Max-Planck Gesellschaft(MPG-MPQ), Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR-INFM), FORTH InstituteHerakleon, University of Hamburg, CEA Saclay, University of Szeged, Amplitude Technologies, Femtolasers
Associated Partners: Louisiana State University (LSU), Moscow University, Imperial College London, Stiftung Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), University of Birmingham, Research Insitute for Solid-State Physics and Opties, Max-Planck Institut für Kernphysik Heidelberg (MPK), AMOLF.
Aim: To establish a framework for collaborative research on attosecond science.
Amplitude Technologies developed the Dazzler-Mazzlerapproach for the optimization of the temporal duration.
Amplitude Technologies can simulate the behavior of the Ti: Silpphire crystals in high energy amplifiers (PW and more...).
The SEQUOIA, the 3rd order cross-correlator to measure the temporal contrast, comes from a technological transfer between Amplitude Technologies and the CEA.
The cryogenic cooling, developed in collaboration with the LOA, allows reaching high pumping power in the high energy amplifier.
Amplitude Technologies is studying the behavior of the Ti: Sapphire damage threshold in different conditions.