Announcement: Forum MikroskopieTrends ’23

­čôó Save the date – March 23, 2023!

We are very excited to announce that we are co-hosting the PhotonicNet „Forum MikroskopieTrends ’23“ in cooperation with the Cluster of Excellence QuantumFrontiers.

The event will take place on March 23, 2023 at the Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology LENA in Braunschweig.

Since 2001, the „Forum MikroskopieTrends“ has been an established contact and discussion platform of the German microscopy scene with recognized high quality.

In addition to numerous professional presentations, our CEO Dr.-Ing. Heiko Br├╝ning will talk about our customized microLEDs as an enabler for structured illumination and displays.

All details about the event and registration can be found here:

https://photonicnet.de/fileadmin/files/photonicnet/2023/Veranstaltungen/03/Forum_MikroskopieTrends_2023.pdf

The next generation of ┬ÁLED technologies

As part of the EU project SMILE in which we are proud to be a project partner, a new generation of ┬ÁLED technology is being developed.

Professor J. Daniel Prades from the Universitat de Barcelona visited the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony (QVLS) at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and gave this exciting interview:

QubeDot at the CS International Conference in Brussels

Our team from QubeDot is very pleased to have been part of the CS International Conference in Brussels.

Jan, our CTO and Co-Founder of QubeDot, has given a talk about ┬ÁLEDs for structured illumination and the versatility of our SMILE┬« Technology to address multiple markets.

┬ÁLEDs with dimensions of 1 to 50 ┬Ám are becoming increasingly interesting driven by the ┬ÁLED revolution in display technology.

Our ┬ÁLEDs are in addition also used ÔÇô among other applications – in biology, optogenetics, microscopy and process metrology.

Do you want to know more about our customized ┬ÁLEDs?

Here is the link to our solutions:

microLED-lines are very interesting

A glance at the portfolio of well-known suppliers of large, very powerful LEDs that emit on the order of several watts is enough to see that these LEDs are mostly round or square-shaped. But does that actually have to be the case? Doesn’t it make sense that LEDs could also be line-shaped for specific applications?

Some of our customers had also asked us this question. Of course, we don’t hesitate for long when it comes to such exciting questions. Our access to the clean room supports us in finding the appropriate answer within the shortest possible time. The answer to the question is „YES“ – twice.

Yes, it can sometimes make sense to use linear microLEDs as well.

Yes, we can produce microLED lines.

The picture shows a microLED line with a width of 10┬Ám and a length of 1000┬Ám. Of course, processed on GaN wafers – because that is our expertise!