Answering to a growing demand for source amplification in the mid-IR, Femtum is proud to release its new product: the Amp 2800 fiber amplifier. “Our latest addition to the portfolio enables unparalleled amplification with gains of up to 30 dB around 2.8 µm. With its user-friendly and simple interface, anyone can now amplify their sources…
Scientists at Université Laval, including our very own Simon Duval, recently published an article about a “novel fabrication technique for the fabrication of on-surface photonic devices in polymers” using mid-IR femtosecond lasers. In this article we will explore the origins and implications of this breakthrough.
Femtum receives $50k as part of the Canada Economic Development’s Fast Forward Challenge ! Congratulations to the other recipients and thank you CED. Femtum plans to use the amount to develop new industrial applications with our mid-IR fiber lasers. Read BetaKit’s coverage of the contest here.
Femtum receives Eggenius RBC grant along with $10,000! Thank you RBC & Eggenius for encouraging Université Laval’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Femtum wins the Pierre-Delagrave Marketing innovation grant along with 10 000$. Congratulations to the team! Read the article on the official Université Laval website for more details (in french only).
Femtum’s CEO Louis-Rafael Robichaud and CTO Simon Duval were selected to take part in the 2018 cohort of the Académie de la Relève Entrepreneuriale CDPQ and benefit from an extended network of entrepreneurs and experts alike. Visit the Académie de la Relève Entrepreneuriale CDPQ website for more details.
Femtum receives $5,000 grant from the YQB Club for its entrepreneurship excellence. Thank you to the whole organization for your contribution to Femtum’s success!
If you want to discuss laser application in the mid-Infrared, join us: we’re in the Startup World section!
Femtum wins Pierre-Peladeau bursaries’ 1st prize and a 50 000$ grant.
Femtum receives Université Laval’s Eggenius Grant and $5,000! Congratulation to the team and thank you Eggenius! Click here for more details about the program.