Innovative, High-Speed Thermoelectric Radiation Sensor (TESS) created at ISSP UL works a thousand times faster than those currently on the market
January 14, 2022
Leading researcher Mārtiņš Rutkis explains: “This is a high-speed sensor that is capable of recording very fast laser impulses that are normally used, for example, in laser surgery. There are lasers where the pulses cannot be measured separately. They are measured in an integrated long period and mean values are obtained. In principle, it works, but it is not particularly good, because the intensity of the laser varies from pulse to pulse.”
The opening event of the ISSP UL’s upgraded research infrastructure
Beginning of 2022
The aim of CAMART² project is to upgrade the existing Centre of Excellence in Advanced Material Research and Technology at the Institute of Solid State Physics University of Latvia (ISSP UL) to a new and significantly stronger Centre of Excellence.