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Infrared Colloquium 2017

Freiburg Infrared Colloquium The Freiburg Infrared Colloquium brings together scientists, engineers and users of infrared lasers and detectors. Topics cover physics and material science of infrared components as well as device fabrication and system aspects. With a record number of more than 130 participants, a comprehensive presentation program and engaged discussions, the conference succeeded in… READ MORE

President Hollande visits mirSense Grenoble

During President Hollande’s visit to Grenoble in March, he spent time in the CEA where a innovative photonic showroom allowed Mathieu Carras (President of mirSense) to present our QCL products: multiSense, powerMir and uniMir. François Hollande was impressed by the miniaturized multigas detection product, multiSense and spent several minutes discussing the impact of such products… READ MORE

multiSense : french award winner

multiSense QCL spectrometer won the French award “Trophées de l’innovation” at e-nova  Paris exhibition Paris – Sept. 2016 multiSense, the handheld Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) based Photoacoustic OEM spectrometer, developed by mirSense won the French innovation award “trophées de l’innovation” during the e-nova Paris exhibition in Sept. 2016. multiSense is the first worldwide handheld (7cm… READ MORE

M3GA project

M3GA project mirSense is a partner in the M3GA project for air quality control, a project financed by the ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche). The goal of mirSense is to develop and supply single-mode distributed feedback Quantum Cascade Lasers (DFB – QCL) with emission wavelengths suitable to detect nitrous species – N2O and NH3. According… READ MORE

Doggies project

  Doggies Project mirSense is a partner in the DOGGIES consortium for border security, a project supported by the European Commission. The goal of mirSense is to develop and provide an array of single-mode distributed feedback quantum cascade lasers with closely spaced emission wavelengths fabricated monolithically on a single chip and compatible with the subsequent hybridization… READ MORE