Lithium Lasers takes part in the EU funded LasIonDef project

Lithium Lasers is part of the EU funded Marie Curie ITN project LasIonDef (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2020). The LasIonDef consortium consisting of partners from 6 European countries aims to develop an efficient training network on integrated photonic and microfluidic platforms, helping to fulfil Europe’s demand for expertise in the field of applied quantum technologies.

Within this project Lithium Lasers will develop a high-performance ultrafast laser tailored for micromachining and for fabrication of quantum emitters and microdevices in diamond.