お知らせ : 2018
Only available in Japanese.
36th Japanese Laser Sensing Symposium_Winner of the Best Poster Award
An article about VUV laser business was published on website of Photonics-com.
An article about VUV laser business was published on website of Laser focus world.
On August 25, 2018, OXIDE Corporation (Yamanashi, President: Yasunori Furukawa), has acquired the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) laser business of Lumeras LLC (Santa Cruz, CA). Lumeras LLC, established in 2008, produces high-photon-energy (11eV, 114nm) laser sources, which are used in research institutes worldwide for cutting-edge material science applications, including photoemission electron spectroscopy. OXIDE Corporation, established in 2000, is the leading manufacturer of deep ultraviolet (DUV) laser sources (213-266nm), ultraviolet (UV) laser sources (355nm), as well as high quality nonlinear optical crystals. With the acquisition of the VUV laser business, Oxide becomes the only company in the world having a product portfolio spanning the entire UV-DUV-VUV spectra.
5th NIRS-SNU Workshop on Nuclear Medicine Imaging Science and Technology will hold at OXIDE 3rd plant in Yamanashi prefecture.
Date: 28th August, 2018 10:00～17:00
Host organization：National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS-QST)
You can check OXIDE advertising on your rail traveling between Shinjuku and Matsumoto during summer season.
Do not miss it on AZUSA express when enjoying your travel to Mt. Fuji and southern Alps.
We will take part in M2S-2018 conference in Beijing on August 19th during six days.
Looking forward to seeing you at LUMERAS booth No.B4
There is a big tapestry, so you can’t miss it.
Our company is introduced to the Yamanashi local magazine “Ka☆i☆sha”, as one of the thirty companies which are growing to the global market.
The article is maily focused to our scintillator division.
Optical engineer K. Suzuki in Kubota Lab won the Best Paper Award at Laser Display Conference of OPIC2018.
“Image Resolution of Raster-scan Laser Mobile Projectors Considering Color Speckle Effects”