researchXchange Burgdorf

Zeit:12:00 bis 12:45
Lokalität: Pestalozzistrasse 20 | Raum E 013 

Laser microprocessing - Synchronized Beam-steering and workpiece guidance

Ultrashort pulse lasers are valuable tools for high precision microfabrication. However, the costs of such systems drive the demand for processes with high throughputs. To maintain precision, sophisticated beam-steering and workpiece guidance are required. The BFH Institutes I3S (Institute for intelligent Industrial Systems) and ALPS of the Bern Universitiy of Applied Sciences collaboratively developed a synchronization device combining speed and flexibility of galvanometric scanners with exact gating of the laser pulses at rates of multiple MHz.


After reaching his Bachelor degree in Micro- and Medical Technology at the BFH, Stefan Remund started to develop optical measurement systems at the BFH HuCE - optoLab. In 2015, Stefan has graduated with a Master of Science in Engineering and moved to the group of Beat Neuenschwander of the Institute for Applied Laser, Photonics and Surface Technologies ALPS, where he works on process and system development with ultrashort pulse lasers.



Please register for the Seminar. A sandwich and drinks are provided for participants registering until Thursday 12:00h.