We are delighted to announce that art photonics is proudly serving as one of the EPIC sponsors for their 20 Years Celebration. As one of the oldest members within their esteemed community of 800, we have witnessed and contributed to the growth and success of EPIC throughout the years. Join us at this remarkable event […]
art photonics announces our presence at EuroPACT 2023 in Copenhagen, as proud sponsors of this exciting event. EuroPACT 2023 is the perfect opportunity to discover industry trends, exchange knowledge, and network with professionals in the field of optical fiber technology. Visit us at Booth 15, where you can meet our esteemed CEO, Viacheslav Artyushenko, and […]
art photonics is excited to announce that our esteemed R&D Manager, Alexander Novikov, will be delivering two engaging talks at the highly anticipated IFPAC 2023 event in Bethesda, MD (Washington, DC). This prestigious gathering serves as a prime platform for process analytical chemistry enthusiasts, making it an essential event to attend. Our relentless dedication to […]
art photonics to Showcase Cutting-Edge Fiber Optic Solutions at Laser World of Photonics 2023 in Munich We are excited to announce that art photonics will be exhibiting at Laser World of Photonics 2023 in Munich, Germany. Join us from June 27th to 30th at Booth 526 in Hall A2 to explore our advanced specialty optical […]
art photonics GmbH, founded in Berlin in September 1998, is one of the worldwide leaders in development and production of specialty fiber products for a broad spectrum from 300 nm to 16 µm. Unique technologies of Polycrystalline Mid InfraRed (PIR-) fibers and Metal coated Silica fibers are used for assembly of various spectroscopy probes for medical diagnostics and industrial process control, in volume production of fiber for medical and industrial lasers, for different fiber bundles, etc.
You are very welcome to visit our Booth 75C12 at German Pavilion during the 14th International Specialized Exhibition for Optical, Laser and Optoelectronic Technologies “Photonics. World of lasers and optics 2019” – the great event for the photonics industry, which will run on 4 – 7 March, 2019 in Moscow, Russia.
This year we will demonstrate:
– Silica Fiber Laser Cables & Bundles assembled with metal coated fibers and cool HP-connectors enable high laser power delivery in 0.3-2µm range with high beam quality and good heat dissipation up to 600°C.
– unique HP-PIR Fiber Cables enable very flexible power delivery of CO- & CO₂-lasers and can be used for any other IR-lasers (like QCL or OPO) as well. Silver Halide PIR-fibers are transparent from 4 to 16µm, non-brittle & non-toxic
– Fiber Probes FlexiSpec® can be well coupled to any spectrometer – FTIR, QCL, Raman, UV-Vis-NIR, or spectral sensor – to run biomedical diagnostics ex-vivo & in-vivo and process spectroscopy in-line for lab & industrial applications.
Don’t miss this chance to see the most advanced fiber solutions for industrial, scientific and environmental applications!
You are welcome to describe your possible needs in advance and arrange your meeting with Dr. Michael Mirakyan – by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Evaluation of spectral characteristics of biological tissues is important in medicine for the diagnosis of different pathologies and monitoring quality of treatment. It is well known, that the optical properties of biological tissues are determined by the quantitative composition of the main endogenous chromophores, such a melanin, hemoglobin, water and collagen and changes in these chromophores indicates the occurrence of various pathological processes.
The MIRACLE project was recently presented at the International Conference on Bio Sensing and Imaging held at the Palazzo Affari Firenze Fiera in Florence, Italy, 17-19th of December by R&D Manager of art photonics GmbH Dr Olga Bibikova. Dr. Bibikova gave an invited talk entitled “Biomedical diagnostics with optical fibers — perspective solution for the common diseases”. In this talk the results on collaborative research of several MIRACLE partners such as art photonics GmbH, UULM (Ulm University, Institute of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry) and UEF (University of Eastern Finland) were presented. Dr Bibikova highlighted the outcome of spectroscopic evaluation and preliminary data analysis of articular cartilage structure composition (human and equine) by mid-infrared and Raman spectroscopy. Obtained results will help to detail the requirements for the mid-infrared arthroscopy probe for early diagnosis of degenerative joint diseases.
Dear customers and vendors, partners and colleagues!
We are happy to celebrate our 20 years anniversary in Adlershof – the largest technology park of Germany, – and during Photonics Days, so well organized by OptecBB.
We are very thankful to our customers, partners and vendors for our joint work in growth of fiber photonics role worldwide. We appreciate Germany and EU programs for good support of many projects in the past, and I am very thankful to our art photonics team – for their great work which enables our progress!
Our plan is to accelerate the future growth of an advanced fiber solutions in a broad spectral range from 300nm to 3-17µm and to welcome all for collaboration!
Dr. Viacheslav Artyuhenko, founder and CEO
Dear colleagues, Welcome to visit us at SciX 2018 – the world’s largest trade fair for analysis, laboratory technology & biotechnology sectors, which will run on October 21-26th 2018 in Atlanta, USA. Don´t miss this chance to see the most advanced fiber solutions for process-spectroscopy, medical diagnostics and other industrial, scientific and environmental applications!
This year we will demonstrate our newest fiber solutions for Multi-Spectral fiber systems used to monitor reactions in-line by all 4 key spectroscopy methods: Raman, Mid-IR-absorption, diffuse Vis-NIR-reflection & Fluorescence. Our family of various ATR-fiber probes for FTIR-spectrometers is now extended to Raman, Fluo- and DRS probes, plus the new combi-probes used for 2-3 methods fusion. To enable efficient coupling of various fiber probes with lab spectrometers we develop our special mirror couplers for easy connection of fiber probes with FTIR-spectrometers, MCT- & pyrodetectors, QCL & Diode lasers, LED & other light sources.
At the end of 2017 our Project MIRACLE was funded by program Horizon-2020 by the team of 13 partners. art photonics‘ role in joint work will be to develop and provide flexible IR-fibers for QCL coupling with the distal end of arthroscopic probe.
artphotonics is the worldwide leader in Polycrystalline fiber technology for 4-16µm range and is the single OEM partner in MIRACLE consortium providing the flexible Mid IR-fibers for this promising project success.
MIRACLE (Mid-infrared arthroscopy innovative imaging system for real-time clinical in depth examination and diagnosis of degenerative joint diseases) will take towards commercialization the first mid-infrared (MIR) arthroscopy probe for in-depth evaluation of articular cartilage enabling early diagnosis of degenerative joint diseases such as osteoarthritis. This will be achieved combining three novel photonics components:
a quantum cascade laser array tailored to biodiagnostics,
an on-chip beam combiner for efficient radiation coupling, and
MIR sensing probe for imaging.
The MIRACLE project joins 13 European partners from 6 countries, including research, industrial and medical partners: University of Oulu, Ulm University, University of Eastern Finland, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Kuopio University Hospital, Utrecht University, nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies GmbH, OptoPrecision, art photonics GmbH, Innovacio Recerca Industrial Sostenible SL, Instituto Nacional de Engenharia Biomédica, Asociación Española de Normalización, Photonics Finland.
art photonics is focusing on development of innovative MIR imaging-probe.
On June 19th, the “Education-Alliance-Adlershof” organized guides for students in innovative companies throughout Adlershof, Berlin. art photonics GmbH was part of the program for the first time and the two groups of students from schools all over Adlershof were guided through all areas of the company – from sales and logistics to production and quality control. The students had a chance to ask all kinds of questions and therefore gather a lot of information that they can’t obtain in high school. Though, of course, not every student was highly motivated, all of them enjoyed the insight into the companys workflow and some even showed special interest in certain areas.
The event is supposed to be a help for the students to make a career dicision, which is very difficult nowadays, considering how many excellent option are available. art photonics managed to represent a succesful company, with concrete aims and splendid work atmosphere.
On June 10-15, 2018 the SPEC2018 holds its 10th conference, which will take place at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. We are proud to announce that this year the art photonics GmbH will participate in the event as a silver sponsor of the SPEC2018. We believe and very much hope that the upcoming conference, bringing together both -clinicians and scientists, will contribute to the further development of the vibrational spectroscopy, leading to an increasing demand for rapid, objective, real time and minimally invasive chemical and structural information suitable for the clinics.
We would also like to invite your attention to our presentation “Fiber-optic fluorescence and NIR diffusereflection spectroscopy for cancer detection” which will be delivered by Dr. Viacheslav Artyushenko, and look forward to the open and engaging discussion on the issue.
See you at the SPEC2018!
Your art photonics team
Thermal injury is the most important mechanism of lesion formation during radiofrequency catheter ablation procedures. Irreversible tissue injury requires heating to approximately 50 °C. Temperatures above 100 °C result in coagulum formation. As temperature plays a major role during radiofrequency catheter ablation procedures, temperature monitoring has been recommended as a tool to help catheter ablation procedures. The results of recent clinical studies show that electrode temperatures do not vary at successful and failed ablation sites; electrode temperature does not predict or remove the possibility of arrhythmia recurrence .
Development of innovative fibers for mid-IR spectral range paves way for a number of promising fiber applications ranging from 2 to 18 µm. Many years of art photonics’ research and development for reliable IR-fiber technologies resulted in the final selection of the main IR-materials suitable for production of mid IR-fibers of optical performance acceptable for pragmatic applications.
To develop an online probe that is not only sufficiently robust, but also able to measure crucial process variables in biogas plants is a tough challenge. Therefore, a mid-infrared (MIR) spectroscopic attenuated total reflection (ATR) probe and robust probe fitting were established. A fully automated probe control, calibration after probe cleaning, and analysis of the absorption spectra using machine learning were implemented in order to reduce maintenance of the probe to a minimum. The relevant wavelengths in the MIR spectrum for organic acids, total alkalinity, and ammonium nitrogen concentration were identified. Finally, intensive lab testing was carried out, followed by operation of the complete online measurement system at an industrial biogas plant. In order to improve signal strength and sensitivity, microelectronic mechanical system (MEMS)-based Fabry-Pérot interferometers were also investigated.
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