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Imaging demonstration of a Broadband THz camera with scientific equipment: THz-TDS, VNA and QCL
A broadband THz camera going from 0.09 to 20 THz can be an invaluable tool for research and development with various scientific equipment. Thanks to imaging capabilities over a wide range of wavelengths, this camera can help the alignment of complex setups. It can perform beam profiling and can trigger many other experiments and fundamental studies at the cornerstone of new applications.

During this webinar, we will demonstrate beam profiling for THz time-domain spectrometer (THz-TDS). For other types of pulsed source generation systems, the rule of thumb for predicting the detection of pulsed THz emitters will be presented. In addition to THz, the millimeter wave spectrum will be shown, and a demonstration on vector network analyser (VNA) with extension module will be presented. On the shorter wavelength portion, the quantum cascade laser (QCL) development may also benefit from the sensors broadband characteristic. Finally, some recent works performed by the worldwide scientific community with this camera will be briefly discussed.


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Alex Paquet
Research Scientist Imaging Systems @INO
A physics engineer from Université Laval, Alex Paquet has been involved in various fields of optical research and development. Since joining the INO team in 2010, throughout his career he has applied his skills and knowledge in areas such as biophotonic sensors and endoscope, MEMS packaging process, optical fiber, and integrated optics. Alex has contributed to more than 10 patents and is currently working with the THz imaging team for new application development and on experimental assessment of system performances.
Pierre Talbot
Business Development Manager @INO
With his engineering degree and more than 25 years of experience in the high-tech industry, Pierre Talbot joined the INO team 20 years ago. Over time, Pierre has developed expertise in high-tech products. Today, he is working as a business development manager for Terahertz technology.