KMLabs’s latest product builds– quite literally– on its successful high performance Y-Fi product line. By incorporating a white-light-seeded optical parametric amplif ier (OPA) as a second layer on top of the small (30×40 cm) turn-key Y-Fi™ platform, KMLabs Y-Fi OPA™ provides infrared laser pulses, tunable from 1.3-1.8 µm (for the signal wave) and 2.4-4.5 µm… Read more »
In the work “Subwavelength coherent imaging of periodic samples using a 13.5 nm tabletop high-harmonic light source,” Dennis Gardner and colleagues from the Murnane/Kapteyn group at JILA, University of Colorado used the KMLabs XUUS4 as a light source for EUV imaging with record 12.6 nm resolution. The use of coherent EUV light to implement the coherent diffractive imaging technique,… Read more »
Margaret Murnane has been awarded the Optical Society of America’s highest award: the Frederic Ives Medal / Quinn Prize. Margaret is the first woman to receive this Medal in its nearly 90 year history. Congratulations Margaret! http://www.osa.org/en-us/awards_and_grants/awards/award_description/ives… Source: KML Site
In summer 2016, KMLabs moved to its new facility at 4775 Walnut St, Suite 102, Boulder, CO 80301. WIth >20,000 sf of space including >5,000 sf of contiguous cleanroom space for production and R&D, KMLabs is poised for growth.
KMLabs’ 4th generation EUV source, XUUS4, was named a finalist for a 2016 Prism Award. Source: KML Site
KMLabs is happy have new investors, Intel Capital, Colorado Impact Fund, and Kairos Ventures as partners. With series A funding totaling $7.2M, KMLabs is growing its profile, capabilities, and product line.