Join Chromacity at Quantum Meets 2024 in the Netherlands, June 11-13


Ultrafast infra-red lasers for quantum applications

Wednesday 24th April, Edinburgh, UK. Chromacity Ltd., a world leader in the design and development of ultrafast femtosecond and picosecond infra-red lasers is proud to be participating in the 2nd edition of Quantum Meets 2024, the “coolest quantum event in Europe”, taking place in the Netherlands from June 11-13.

Chromacity is unique in providing ultra-fast femtosecond and picosecond tuneable near and mid infra-red lasers especially suitable for quantum applications such as generating entangled photons. Our lasers are used by leading scientists in quantum research, for SNSPD characterisation, quantum communications and quantum spectrometry.

Traditionally difficult and expensive to use, our ultra-fast lasers are unique. Installable by the user, they deliver long term reliable performance with low cost of ownership in an easy to use and compact package, providing near and mid infra-red light for quantum applications.

If you would like to know more about our lasers and how they can help you with your quantum application, set up a meeting at Quantum Meets. To book a meeting slot, click here.

More information about the event can be found here.

For more information about our infra-red tuneable lasers suitable for quantum applications, click on the link below.


About Chromacity

Chromacity is a world leader in the design, development, and manufacturing of advanced ultrafast pulsed fibre lasers. Based in Edinburgh, UK, the company specialises in fixed wavelength femtosecond and picosecond optical parametric oscillator (OPO) based tuneable laser systems. Based on a novel patented laser architecture that delivers ultra stable long-term performance, the fixed wavelength femtosecond fibre lasers work at 1040nm and 920nm, and the tuneable picosecond OPO lasers work across the near infra-red and mid infra-red wavelengths from 1.4um to 12um.

The lasers are used principally for scientific and industrial research including spectroscopy (materials analysis), microscopy (biological imaging), defect detection, pollution monitoring and broad variety of quantum applications.

All Chromacity’s lasers are compact, air-cooled devices, and offer unrivalled long term pulse stability without the need for on-going maintenance. The company sells its products either directly, or via a global network of distributors and agents.