Implementation of a feasibility study on the surface treatment of pulse lasers in order to change the properties of the device.
Repeated cooperation in testing of personal protection equipment damage threshold at frequencies not exceeding 25 Hz. The necessary hardware adjustment and specialised laser device innovations were performed.
These were specialized optical calculations for the development of a new automated laser system. The results then served for correct unit programming and for usability limits.
The project was focused on thin film testing that partner used for optical components of power lasers. The scientific team processed a measurement protocol from each measurement,
The project was focused on the testing and development of UV gas chromatograph. The researchers from the HiLASE project focused on optimizing the spectrometric part of the device. The result was an increase in the accuracy and sensitivity of the chromatograph.
Experimental laser processing of surface samples from different materials using fiber laser and scanning head. Highly reduced friction coefficient and increased resistance to wear.