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Thorlabs’ Digital Educational Webinars connect customers to our diverse and expanding portfolio of products while sharing photonics and life science knowledge. Covering a variety of topics, each with a dedicated live Q&A session, our webinars have a common goal of providing educational, engaging, and valuable content.

We invite you to join us for discussion at our next educational webinar or to browse the content from prior ones on the Recorded Webinars tab.

Up Next! Laser-Plasma Acceleration: Next Generation
X-Ray Light Sources

Join Félicie Albert, Director of the Jupiter Laser Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, for a review of the prospects of using plasmas produced by intense lasers as particle accelerators and x-ray light sources as well as some of the applications they enable. Experiments conducted at facilities of LaserNetUS, a network of high intensity lasers in North America, will also be discussed.

Presented by Dr. Félicie Albert, Director,
Jupiter Laser Facility,
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


The Jupiter Laser Facility
studies laser-plasma acceleration.

Coming Soon! Handling and Processing Fluoride Optical Fibers

In this webinar, Thorlabs’ Application Engineer Tyler Frisch will discuss some differences between fluoride fiber and traditional silica fibers and how handling procedures can be changed to work with exotic glass types. He will also demonstrate glass processing solutions, such as splicing and tapering of fluoride fiber. Furthermore, he will give insight on what is forthcoming for Thorlabs' Vytran® including High Taper Ratios, End Caps and Combiners with fluoride fibers.

Presented by Tyler Frisch, Application Engineer, Thorlabs, Vytran Division


Thorlabs manufacctures an extensive
family of fluoride optical fibers.

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Thorlabs’ Digital Educational Webinar series began in mid-2020. Each webinar and Q&A session is recorded and added to the archive on this page. To see what is coming next, please see the Live Webinars tab.

The Search for Life Beyond Earth: How It’s Done, Where It Stands, and Why It Matters

In just the last 10 years, we have learned that planets are ubiquitous and that so-called habitable-zone Earth-like worlds may number in the tens of billions in the Milky Way galaxy alone. The statistical probability that life has only emerged on one small and insignificant planet around a very ordinary star is zero! But – we have yet to find definitive proof. And yet the search for life beyond Earth is more than just an exercise in human curiosity. It is also an opportunity to discover ourselves in the process, to understand where we fit in, how we got here, and why we even exist. SETI Institute CEO Bill Diamond will describe the science behind the search for life beyond Earth and why it matters to humankind and indeed to all life on our own planet.

Presented by Bill Diamond, President and CEO,
SETI Institute

Driving Photonics Learning: Join Thorlabs on Their Latest Education Journey

Join Thorlabs' Bill Warger and Noa Shaw as they shed light on our latest venture - the Mobile Photonics Lab Experience. The mobile photonics lab offers a unique opportunity for people to discover photonics by experiencing the concepts, people, and technology they might otherwise not have access to.

Presented by Dr. Bill Warger, Director of Photonics Education, and Noa Shaw, Sales Enablement Specialist, Thorlabs

A Look Into Textured Antireflective Optics

In this webinar, Thorlabs Spectral Works Senior Scientist Longfei Ye and Technology Manager Ryan Priore will introduce our textured AR product line and current product offerings, discuss how textured AR surfaces work and make a comparison to traditional AR coatings, and present a few application examples and future initiatives.

Presented by Dr. Longfei Ye, Senior Scientist, and Ryan Priore, Technology Manager, Thorlabs Spectral Works

At the Quantum Limit of Gravitational-Wave Detection

Quantum technologies are now rapidly expanding this observable horizon of gravitational-wave astrophysics. While the detectors already inject quantum states of light (“squeezed” vacuum) to reduce laser shot noise, this quantum enhancement comes at the cost of excess low-frequency noise due to quantum backaction. In this presentation, Victoria will highlight exciting discoveries from the LIGO detectors and show how quantum technologies are used in large-scale gravitational observatories.

Presented by Dr. Victoria Xu,
Postdoctoral Associate, MIT-LIGO

Comb Lasers for Optical Communications

Data rates continue to increase at exponential rates and the energy used by data centers to process all our information demands may consume 20% of the world's energy by 2030. Multi-channel lasers (comb lasers) provide a solution to this important problem. Join Enlightra Co-CEO and Cofounder Dr. John Jost as he discusses current laser comb sources and Enlightra's unique solution.

Presented by Dr. John Jost,
Co-CEO / Cofounder, Enlightra

Introducing the Quantum Optics Educational Kit

Thorlabs' new Quantum Optics Kit provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate and perform an experiment with a true non-classical light source. In this webinar, Educational Products Business Leader Jens Küchenmeister will walk through the setup and explain the different experiments that students can perform with the kit and how the kit experimentally addresses some of the typical misconceptions students face when being introduced to quantum optics.

Presented by Dr. Jens Küchenmeister,
Educational Products Business Leader, Thorlabs

Introducing the Coded-Aperture Benchtop Raman Spectrometer

With Raman spectroscopy becoming an increasingly important part of the chemical analysis toolbox, we would like to present the latest addition to Thorlabs' growing spectroscopy portfolio, the benchtop Raman spectrometer. In this webinar, Thorlabs Spectroscopy Sales & Solutions Manager Nicola Reusch will demonstrate how the spectrometer can be used to identify unknown substances such as different polymers or active
pharmaceutical ingredients.

Presented by Dr. Nicola Reusch,
Spectroscopy Sales & Solutions Manager, Thorlabs

Work Force Development in the Photonics Industry

The photonics manufacturing industry requires a highly skilled workforce to design, manufacture, and assemble the precise instruments and equipment necessary for advanced research and development in the medical, telecommunications, and defense industries. Join Thorlabs’ Business Development Manager, Navid Entezarian, as he outlines the approach Thorlabs is taking to solve the trained workforce shortage.

Presented by Navid Entezarian,
Business Development Manager, Thorlabs

Silicon Photonic Integrated Circuits

A variety of communication and sensing applications require higher levels of photonic integration and enhanced levels of photonic performance. Recently, materials advances have enabled significant gains in the performance of lasers, modulators, photodetectors, and photonic integrated circuits on silicon. Professor John Bowers of UC Santa Barbara will discuss the advances, applications, and the future of silicon photonic integrated circuits.

Presented by Dr. John Bowers, Professor,
UC Santa Barbara

Galvanometers 101: Selection Process

Join Thorlabs’ product line expert, Carol Borsa, as she highlights galvanometer systems and how to choose the best configuration for your application. Carol will provide a breakdown of the system’s main parts, an explanation of the different levels of integration that are available, and a review of the considerations that should be taken into account during product selection.

Presented by Carol Borsa, Inside Account Manager, Thorlabs

Photonic Integration for Atom and Quantum Applications

Photonic integration of laboratory-scale lasers and optics is critical to advancing atom and quantum sciences and applications. In this webinar, Professor Dan Blumenthal of UC Santa Barbara reviews the successful silicon nitride photonic integration platform and the latest achievements towards integrating atom and quantum components and systems.

Presented by Dr. Dan Blumenthal, Professor, UC Santa Barbara

Diffraction Gratings 101: Types and Applications

In this talk, Eric Habermann, a Thorlabs optic engineer, covers all there is to know about diffraction gratings and how to select the best type for your application. He will provide a quick overview of gratings, their function, and their usage. He will then transition into providing a deeper level of understanding into what are the different types of gratings available and what benefits and advantages are tied to each. Eric will also target a specific Transmission type called Volume Phase Holographic Grating (VPH), showcasing what capabilities Thorlabs has with this unique technique.

Presented by Eric Habermann, Optics Production Supervisor, Thorlabs

Quantum Optomechanics at the Standard Quantum Limit

Professor Thomas Corbitt of Louisiana State University (LSU) joins us to talk about his experience and knowledge working with measurements of quantum noise. He will discuss a series of experiments using microfabricated epitaxial mirrors suspended on single-crystal cantilevers, a method to reduce the limits to the sensitivity of interferometers using squeezed lights, and more.

Presented by Dr. Thomas Corbitt, Professor,
Louisiana State University

Fluoride Glass and Optical Fibers

Thorlabs manufactures an extensive family of mid-IR fluoride fiber using proprietary techniques that provide world-class purity, precision, and strength. These techniques give us excellent control over the fibers' optical and mechanical properties, allowing a wide range of configurations to be drawn. Dave Gardner, Senior Engineer, returns to highlight these techniques, the history of fluoride fiber R&D, and the state of fluoride fiber technology today and in the future.

Presented by Dave Gardner, Senior Engineer,
Thorlabs Advanced Photonics

The Gravitational Wave Revolution

Dr. David Reitze, Executive Director at LIGO Laboratory and Research Professor at Caltech, joins us for an informative presentation on gravitational waves. He will provide an overview of gravitational wave astrophysics, highlight some of the most exciting discoveries, and discuss how we detect gravitational waves with LIGO using large interferometers capable of sensing displacements to a precision of better than 0.000000000000000001 meters.

Presented by Dr. David Reitze, Executive Director,
LIGO Laboratory

Optical Coherence Tomography for Biofilm Research

Dr. Robert Nerenberg from the University of Notre Dame will detail how optical coherence tomography (OCT) has become an emerging tool for biofilm research, providing many new opportunities for biofilm imaging. Examples will include time-lapse imaging of biofilm growth, spatial mapping of biofilm cell density, and mapping biofilm development in porous plastic supports, among others.

Presented by Dr. Robert Nerenberg,
University of Notre Dame

Polarization Explained: Mathematics, Applications, and Best Practices

In this final part of our light characterization series, Manfred Gonnert will further define and characterize polarization. He will provide application examples to help with laser beam alignment, understanding polarization-handedness, manually measuring Stokes parameters, and preventing unwanted interference.

Presented by Manfred Gonnert, Team Leader,
Light Detection and Analysis

How to Capture the Perfect OCT Image

In this webinar, Sebastian Schäfer and Steve Jäger from Thorlabs’ OCT Application Team return to demonstrate how to obtain the best image possible with an OCT system. They will also discuss additional hardware and settings to address any artifacts that may appear in your image.

Presented by Sebastian Schäfer and Steve Jäger, Thorlabs OCT Applications

How to Use Single Mode Fiber: Part 2

In Part 2 of our single mode fiber series, Dave Gardner will demonstrate best practices and techniques when using SM fiber. This includes how to use this fiber as a mode filter, how to maximize coupling efficiency, and how to launch high-power light.

Presented by Dave Gardner, Senior Process Engineer, Thorlabs Advanced Photonics

Using Phase-Sensitive Spectral Domain OCT for Nanoscale Vibrometry

In this webinar, Drs. Elizabeth Olson and C. Elliott Strimbu will discuss the role of cochlear dynamics in auditory science and highlight the need for phase-sensitive and depth-resolved imaging in this field. They will demonstrate the performance parameters of a Thorlabs Telesto OCT system, and elaborate on key findings from multiple case studies.

Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Olson and Dr. C. Elliott Strimbu,
Columbia University

Profiling Beam Shape and Waist Laser Science

The third installment of our light characterization series discusses how to measure key parameters of a beam, how the M2 factor is related to beam quality, and what methods can be used to characterize beams.

Presented by Manfred Gonnert, Team Leader,
Light Detection and Analysis

Understanding Single Mode Fiber: Part 1

In this webinar, Dave will discuss how single mode fibers operate and offer practical tips for working with this type of fiber, including alignment, launching, mode filtering, and power handling.

Presented by Dave Gardner, Senior Process Engineer, Thorlabs Advanced Photonics

Advanced Imaging Techniques for Laser Scanning Systems

The fifth installment of our How to Build a Microscope series will discuss advanced imaging techniques that can be used to enhance laser scanning microscopy.

Presented by Jeff Brooker, Life Science CTO, and Brian Mehl, Sr. Systems Engineer, Thorlabs Imaging Research Group

Processing and Shaping
Optical Fiber

In this webinar, Michael will discuss the intrinsic characteristics of fiber and how different fibers can be processed. He will also demonstrate glass processing procedures, such as splicing multicore fibers and lensing fiber tips.

Presented by Michael Harju, Director of Applications Development, Vytran® Product Line

Understanding Laser-Induced Damage

In this webinar, Michael Gartman will explain the importance and theory of Laser-Induced Damage Thresholds (LIDT), and how you can plan for it in your application.

Presented by Michael Gartman, Optical Design Engineer, Thorlabs Advanced Photonics

Photodetectors: Technology and Selection Criteria

The second webinar in our light characterization series will include a review of different photodiode materials and types, how to operate them, and methods for processing their output signals. 

Presented by Manfred Gonnert, Team Leader,
Light Detection and Analysis

Laser Scanning Techniques
and Applications

In this fourth installment of our How to Build a Microscope series, Henry Haeberle will discuss the fundamentals of multiphoton and confocal implementations of laser scanning microscopy.

Presented by Henry Haeberle, Applications Specialist, Thorlabs Imaging Systems

Polarization-Sensitive Optical Coherence Tomography

In this webinar, Drs. Pablo Stickar and Matthias Pues of the Thorlabs Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Team will describe the working principle of polarization-sensitive optical coherence tomography (PS-OCT) and demonstrate it with measurements of an everyday object. We will then discuss the anisotropy traits in the samples that PS-OCT reads out and provide application examples.

Presented by Dr. Pablo Stickar, Development Engineering Expert, and Dr. Matthias Pues, Project Manager, Thorlabs OCT Team

Power and Energy Meters: Technology and Selection Criteria

In the first installment of our light characterization series, Manfred Gonnert will review the components of power and energy meters, characteristics of common sensors and consoles, and important specifications for choosing the right power meter for your application.

Presented by Manfred Gonnert, Team Leader,
Light Detection and Analysis

Fluorescence Microscopy: Technology, Fundamentals, and Applications

In this third installment of our How to Build a Microscope series, Wei Sun will cover the fundamentals of fluorescence generation and the hardware and optics that enable this imaging technique.

Presented by Wei Sun, Product Line Manager,
Thorlabs Imaging Systems

Optical Fiber: How It's Made

In this webinar, Dave will walk us through the steps needed to fabricate optical fiber, from the type of glass used (and the properties it needs to have) to the preform preparation and draw processes. This overview will include an in depth look at one of Thorlabs' fiber draw towers and show how a glass preform is fed through it, from being heated to 2000 °C to measuring the outer diameter of the drawn fiber.

Presented by Dave Gardner, Senior Process Engineer, Thorlabs Advanced Photonics

OCT Technologies: Swept Source vs. Spectral Domain

In this webinar, Drs. Dierck Hillmann and Sebastian Schäfer of the Thorlabs Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Applications Team will review the theory behind Swept Source and Spectral Domain OCT technology. They will highlight the technical differences and present several application examples that show the pros and cons of each technology.

Presented by Dr. Dierck Hillmann, Senior Development Engineer, and
Dr. Sebastian Schäfer, Project Manager, Thorlabs OCT Applications Team

Optics 101: Translating Theory into Practice

Join us for an overview of the key concepts in optics, including the index of refraction, dispersion, Fresnel reflection, interference, and polarization. We’ll also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the various substrates and coatings available. The talk will conclude with a discussion of the most common optical components and limitations in the manufacturing process.

Presented by Bill Donovan, Engineering Manager, Thorlabs Advanced Photonics

Optical Coherence Elastography: Imaging Stiffness on the Micro-Scale

In this webinar, Dr. Brendan Kennedy reviews emerging Optical Coherence Elastography (OCE) techniques and, in particular, describes his research group’s efforts to apply OCE to tumor margin assessment in breast cancer; the development of handheld OCE probes for in vivo imaging; and the use of optical coherence microscopy-based elastography for imaging cell mechanics.

Presented by Dr. Brendan Kennedy, Associate Professor
at the University of Western Australia

How to Build a Microscope: Transmitted Light

This webinar describes the different configurations and optical paths in a widefield system. It features a review of Kohler Illumination and the practical application of contrast methods used in transmitted light microscopy, including Brightfield, Darkfield, Phase, and differential interference contrast (DIC).

Presented by Dr. Henry Haeberle and Dr. Melissa Eberle, Thorlabs Imaging Systems, Sterling, Virginia

Scientific Camera Technology and Selection Criteria

This webinar covers scientific camera technology, such as the differences between and limitations of CCD and CMOS sensors, as well as the important criteria to consider when selecting the right camera for your application. 

Presented by Martin Parker, Former Director of Engineering at
Thorlabs Scientific Imaging, Austin, Texas

Mid-IR White-Light Laser: Design and Applications

Join us for a discussion about the essential building blocks of a mid-infrared white-light laser, a.k.a. supercontinuum, and the key applications that it enables. Within the talk, we’ll discuss the system architecture and design, including a femtosecond-pulse pump laser and a special soft-glass fiber designed and manufactured by Thorlabs for mid-IR supercontinuum generation.

Presented by Dr. Reza Salem, Fiber Laser Division Manager, Jessup, Maryland

Optical Fiber 101: Translating Theory to Practice

Join us for a review of the core concepts and technology behind optical fiber and how to apply them in your fiber-based applications. See how Thorlabs manufactures (or draws) our optical fiber and learn some tips and tricks for handling and using various fiber types in the field or lab. 

Presented by David Gardner, Senior Process Engineer for Optical Fiber at Thorlabs, Newton, New Jersey

How to Build a Microscope: An Introduction

Tune in for the kickoff of a multi-part webinar series covering how to build a microscope from the ground up. Our imaging team will provide an intro to microscopy system design that will serve as a foundation for coming webinars.

Presented by Craig Szymanski at Thorlabs Imaging Systems, Sterling, Virginia 

Thoughts About Scientific Thinking

Join us as Dr. Alger discusses his book, Defense of the Scientific Hypothesis: From Reproducibility Crisis to Big Data. This webinar is intended to review, fill in the gaps, and introduce some basics of scientific thinking.  

Presented by Dr. Bradley Alger, Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland

New Developments in QEPAS Sensing Real-World Applications

This webinar will describe Quartz-Enhanced Photoacoustic Spectroscopy (QEPAS) and its various applications involving health and life sciences, environmental monitoring, security, and industrial process control. 

Presented by Dr. Vincenzo Spagnolo, Director of the PolySense Lab, Bari, Italy

Multiphoton Microscopy: Selecting the Right Ultrafast Laser and Optics

Join us in learning how to quantify, optimize, and select the best ultrafast laser source and optics for your 2P or 3P multiphoton microscope system. 

Presented by Dr. Scott Domingue, Engineering Manager at Thorlabs Laser Division, Boulder, Colorado

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As part of our virtual BiOS and Photonics West 2021 activities, we were excited to offer a webinar series with live Q&A highlighting some of Thorlabs’ new releases that year.

OCT at Thorlabs: Technology, Applications, and Services

In this webinar, Dr. Michael Leitner will highlight the recently released Atria® swept-source Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) systems, which operate at a center wavelength of 1060 nm. Dr. Leitner will also review basic OCT theory, main components, and system parameters and primary applications for Thorlabs’ full lineup of swept-source OCT and spectral-domain OCT systems.

Presented by Dr. Michael Leitner, Product and Sales Manager, Thorlabs OCT Sales & Applications Team

Introducing the Cooled Kiralux® 5.0 MP CMOS Scientific Camera

Join us as Thorlabs Scientific Imaging presents the latest addition to their line of fanless, hermetically sealed cooled cameras. The CC505MU 5 MP camera offers an impressive 72% peak quantum efficiency with <2.5 e- read noise and is designed with a thermoelectrically cooled chamber inside a large external heat sink to actively cool the sensor and reduce dark shot noise.

Presented by Jason Mills, Former General Manager, Thorlabs Scientific Imaging

Lab Infrastructure Capabilities: Building an Ideal Lab Space

Thorlabs’ solutions for creating an ideal lab space continue to expand. Join us to learn about our laminar flow enclosures with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters and components for building a wall-, ceiling-, or floor-mounted laser curtain system that can partition your lab and safely isolate an optical setup. 

Presented by Joel White, Tables Customer Support Engineer

Large Field of View Raman Spectroscopy Using Large Coded Apertures

In this webinar, we present a new Raman spectroscopy kit that uses an aperture with a patterned mask. Its novel design allows for Raman measurements with a very large 2 mm² field of view while maintaining good sensitivity and spectral resolution.

Presented by Dr. Sönke Oswald, Technical Support Engineer

Multivariate Optical Elements (MOE) for Real-Time Chemical Sensing

This webinar will provide a brief overview of how Thorlabs’ Multivariate Optical Element (MOE) technology may be used for chemical sensing applications versus optical spectroscopy. Adam Fisher will demonstrate several system design variations, as well as a benchtop system. He will conclude with some exciting updates regarding Thorlabs’ MOE technology in 2021.

Presented by Adam Fisher, Team Lead, Thorlabs Spectral Works

EXULUS® Spatial Light Modulators: Principles and Applications

In this webinar, Dr. Yat Hei Lo will introduce liquid-crystal-based spatial light modulators (SLM). This discussion will include basic SLM principles, structures, and applications, as well as theories behind their operation. He will also describe Thorlabs’ EXULUS® SLM product series.

Presented by Yat Hei Lo, Liquid Crystal Manager

New to Motion Control: Compact and Vertical Stages

Thorlabs’ diverse family of motion control products for alignment applications includes manual and motorized stages with one or more axes, as well as controllers and OEM components. In this presentation, we highlight our upcoming products and our versatile Kinesis® control software.

Presented by Jack Cater, Technical Support Engineer

Exceptional Resolution with the Redstone® Spectrometer

This webinar will highlight Thorlabs’ three spectrometer families, including the brand-new Redstone® Optical Spectrum Analyzer. The Redstone spectrometer can achieve resolution down to 2.0 GHz over the 1 µm to 5 µm range, a distinct improvement over previous models.

Presented by Dr. Carl Borgentun, Research and Development, Thorlabs Optical Spectrum Analyzers

ORIC® Piezo Inertia Drive Stages: Travel from Nano to Infinity

In this webinar, Dr. Renlong Gao will discuss the mechanism behind piezoelectric inertia drive motors and how that mechanism is used in Thorlabs’ ORIC® stage series to extend motion from nanometer scales to infinite travel. In this discussion, he will also introduce the current ORIC stages, and will share information about new stages and features currently under development.

Presented by Renlong Gao, Piezo Manager

Introducing the Quantum Cryptography Teaching Kit

With quantum technology entering a new phase in quantum computing, sensing, and communication, the topic of quantum optics in general, and quantum cryptography in particular, is of high interest in the teaching community. In our educational kit, we allow students to experience every major step of the BB84 quantum cryptography protocol.

Presented by Jens Küchenmeister, Leader, Thorlabs Educational Products

Galvanometer Laser Scanning Solutions: Design and Applications

Thorlabs has recently expanded its offering of galvanometer scanning systems. In this presentation, we will discuss the characteristics of our single- and dual-axis configurations. We will also highlight our novel three-axis galvanometers, which utilize post-objective scanning for dynamic focusing. The webinar will then describe popular laser scanning applications, including laser processing and imaging, and illustrate the benefits of Thorlabs’ portfolio and OEM capabilities.

Presented by Brian Candiloro, Director of Engineering, Thorlabs Measurement Systems

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Posted Comments:
user  (posted 2021-05-13 01:43:35.61)
Hi Thorlabs, First of all, I really enjoy all the webinars so far and they are very helpful! I have seen several videos from Thorlabs about aligning but they are rather short or specific to certain scenarios. Therefore, I wonder if we can have a webinar that goes over alignment more systematically, e.g. the basics of alignment, how to use alignment targets/tools, some of the tricks we can use and common mistakes. It will be cool to have some common real-life examples (from easy to hard) too. Best, SC
Marco Polin  (posted 2021-03-23 05:50:49.343)
Dear Thorlabs team, I just wanted to say thanks for the effort in making all these webinars. They are really great! You're awesome. Marco
YLohia  (posted 2021-03-23 10:24:28.0)
Dear Marco, thank you very much for your feedback! We're glad to hear that you find these webinars enjoyable and useful.
user  (posted 2021-02-15 11:45:57.6)
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Vishnu Raghu  (posted 2020-10-15 01:00:49.863)
Hi, I missed your webinar on Optical Fiber 101: Translating Theory to Practice. Can you please send me a recorded copy of the same. Tnamks Kind regards R.Vishnu Kumar
tcampbell  (posted 2020-10-15 10:22:58.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. This webinar has now been added to our Recorded Webinars section. We aim to have these webinars available within 24 hours of the live event.