Optical Frequency Comb Spectroscopy Group
The Project: “Fiber-based mid-infrared frequency combs for laser spectroscopy and environmental monitoring” is funded by the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP).
The main goal of the Project is to develop novel types of compact fiber-based optical frequency combs in the mid-infrared spectral range, which will be suitable for field deployment and outside-lab operation. Read more »
It was our pleasure to host Prof. Gerard Mourou, Nobel Laureate in Physics in 2018, and his wife in our laboratories on 2nd of March. Professor Mourou participated in the ELI Day workshop which was held at our University. During his stay in Wrocław, he visited our comb spectroscopy laboratory and we had the opportunity to present our experimental setups to the Nobel laureate.
Aleksander Głuszek, PhD student and member of our team, visited Umeå University on 17-21 February. The goal of the visit was to perform experiments with cavity-enhanced Vernier spectroscopy using our ultracompact frequency comb in the near-infrared.
Our PhD student Dorota Tomaszewska is visiting the laboratories at Umeå University for a short-term research stay. The main purpose of the visit is to perform spectroscopic measurements at 8 micrometers using our compact mid-IR frequency comb.