Heriot-Watt teams up with ASML

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In a five-year collaboration partly funded by ASML, Professor John Travers’ research into fundamental physics will be accelerated, creating a direct route from lab to market for new laser technologies.

The partnership has resulted in a new laboratory at Heriot-Watt University which will accelerate the industrialisation of fundamental physics research.

Travers’ current focus is on new broad bandwidth light sources for optical metrology. The sensors in ASML’s machines must work at multiple wavelengths because they encounter various materials, each of which absorb in different ways.


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