Optimize the signal acquisition for optical measurements
Optical measurements are ideally suited to study smallest changes in a parameter or a signal of importance to a physical system. Capturing that underneath an inevitable noise is the crucial task for measurement schemes like lock-in amplifiers and boxcar averagers.
To minimize the implementation effort, save precious measurement time and record high-quality data, it is essential to choose the best approach and settings for a given experiment.
In this webinar you will be provided with guidelines for different experiments in optics and photonics with a focus on:
- Tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS), representing linear spectroscopy.
- Pump-probe spectroscopy, as an example of nonlinear and ultrafast techniques.
- Stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) microscopy, standing for all laser scanning imaging applications.
- Carrier-envelope offset (CEO) stabilization, as an example of laser locking methods.
During this webinar you will learn how to:
- Choose the most suitable measurement scheme, e.g. lock-in amplifier or boxcar averager.
- Tune your measurement setting to maximize the signal-to-noise ratio.
- Speed up the implementation of the measurement method.
Dr. Claudius Riek
Application Scientist, Zurich Instruments AG, Zurich
Claudius Riek, Ph.D., is an application scientist responsible for all photonics applications at Zurich Instruments. With seven years of experience in ultrafast photonics, in particular THz time-domain spectroscopy, laser scanning microscopy and frequency combs, Claudius is curious to look into new applications way beyond optics and photonics.