Simphotek partners with LightTrans (Germany).
Simphotek has been awarded NIH/NCI SBIR Phase I.
Do you need to find an alternative to Ti:Sapphire laser for your microscope?
Are you in search for optimal photo-activated material?
Do you need to improve amplification of your fiber?
Why Simphotek's graphical computational method is the best choice in modeling active materials?
Do you want to quickly evaluate our software without even installing it?
Accurate modeling of rare-earth materials and multi-photon absorbers could be crucial.
Want to test the limits of the conventional Z-scan model?
Our software was validated with measurements and successfully applied for multi-photon absorbing material characterization, modeling amplification in rare-earth doped materials, optical limiting, single and multi-photon fluorescence, quantum dots, and singlet oxygen production.
SimphoSOFT® has been repeatedly chosen as Top 20 Technology by LFW in 2012 and 2013.