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LABORATORIES AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTES

AMPLITUDE TECHNOLOGIES has developed its unique technological solutions by forging strong links with laboratories and institutes, each a leader in their particular scientific domain.

  • SAPHIR project

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.

  • IMPULSE

Partners: Common laboratory between Amplitude Technologies and IRAMIS (CEA, Saclay France)
Aims: Development of CEP technology for high energy laser systems.

  • FLUX-IAPP

Partners: Amplitude Technologies (France), AMOLF (Nederland), FASTLITE (France), IRAMIS(CEA, Saclay France)
Aims: Partnership to exchange competences on the attosecond techniques.

  • ATTOFEL

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.

  • FASTLITE (Palaiseau France) "Programmable Gain controller: Mazzler"

Amplitude Technologies developed the Dazzler-Mazzlerapproach for the optimization of the temporal duration.

  • LIXAM (Laserix, Palaiseau) "Transverse lasing effect"

Amplitude Technologies can simulate the behavior of the Ti: Silpphire crystals in high energy amplifiers (PW and more...).

  • IRAMIS (CEA, Saclay France) "Metrology: cross correlation"

The SEQUOIA, the 3rd order cross-correlator to measure the temporal contrast, comes from a technological transfer between Amplitude Technologies and the CEA.

  • LOA (Palaiseau, France)"Cryogenic cooling"

The cryogenic cooling, developed in collaboration with the LOA, allows reaching high pumping power in the high energy amplifier.

  • LP3 & Institut Fresnel (Marseille France) «Ti: Sapphire material »

Amplitude Technologies is studying the behavior of the Ti: Sapphire damage threshold in different conditions.



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