[May 2015] CLEO/LFW Innovation Award for AUREA Technology
The "all-in-one" picosecond resolution TCSPC systems PicoXea from AUREA Technology receives the 2015 CLEO/Laser Focus World Innovation Award.
AUREA Technology wins this year in the Analytical Instruments or Systems category for the first all-in-one Time-Correlated Single-Photon-Counting , integrating ultra-high photon-detection efficiency within the 450 to 1700 nm range, high-quality picosecond laser excitation, and novel time-to-digital-converter technologies in a very compact package with an easy-to-use, customer-centric graphical user interface (GUI).
[Jan. 2012] AUREA Technology reinforces its Innovation
Innovation is a core activity of AUREA Technology. Since its creation, AUREA Technology decided to invest heavily in the research of innovative techniques of detection ...
[Dec 2014] AUREA Technology launches its fast Photon Counting OEM module
[Besancon, Dec. 4, 2014] AUREA Technology launches its very fast NIR Single Photon Counting OEM Module
AUREA Technology launches its newly designed fast NIR Single Photon Counting OEM Module, SPD_NIR_OEM_120MHz. This is the most compact, and fastest high-performance Near-Infrared [900 nm-1700 nm] Single Photon Detection module ideal for the most demanding analytical and Quantum technologies applications. Thanks to its Geiger-mode InGaAs avalanche photodiode SPAD and its new enhanced embedded electronics, it provides gated-mode operation up to 120MHz trigger rate with very fast timing resolution < 150 psec. The SPD_NIR_OEM_120MHz performs very-low-noise DCR <5.000 cps and high Photon Detection Efficiency up to 30%.
[June. 2014] CLEO/LFW Innovation Award for AUREA Technology
[San Jose, June, 2014] AUREA received the 2014 CLEO/LFW Innovation Award
The first commercial High‐brightness Twin Photon Source for Quantum Optics from AUREA Technology received the 2014 CLEO/Laser Focus World Innovation Award honorable mention.
The TPS_1550, the first commercial Twin Photon Source from AUREA Technology, a fully integrated (pump source, crystal, optics, electronics, and software) 1550 nm photon pair source for scientists and engineers developing quantum optics technologies that creates photons on demand with a spectral brightness of more than 100,000 photons/s/pm and a selectable 6 GHz to 7 THz emission bandwidth with < 2 pm central wavelength drift.