Nicolas Volet spoke about new applications of nonlinear optics in the Far-UVC field with the prospect of developing devices with reduced size, weight, operating power, and cost. He also presented the latest results of UV Medico in Far-UVC generation, our contribution to the future of Far-UVC – the Far-UVC laser.
As photonics mature beyond component-based devices, complex photonic integrated circuits are now being developed to meet commercial needs at the forefront of technology.
The Far-UVC laser diode is a groundbreaking technology, where the wavelength is 222 nm without a need for filtering excess wavelengths. The laser is developed using known technology that we have today, thereby making it possible to implement soon. We see several opportunities in future implementations using the UV222 laser technology.