Sydor Technologies has been awarded an $1.15 million Phase II SBIR grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to continue development of a fast photodiode used in labs for laser characterization, synchrotrons and fusion experiments.Read More »
Sydor Technologies has been awarded a $200,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to deliver a detailed design and produce a low voltage pulse generator. The Rochester-based company is a global provider of advanced x-ray ...Read More »
It’s hard to imagine that when lasers were first invented there was a bit of a “so what?” reaction. In 1960, light was the main application people could envision from lasers and the question was why did we need a new source of light?...
Tagged with: Donna Strickland energy fusion Laboratory for Laser Energetics Lasers Michael Campbell Michael Pavia Optimax Systems Rochester Institute of Technology Sydor Technologies university of rochesterRead More »