Luciant

PIONEERING OPTICAL MATERIALS

ABOUT US

Luciant, Inc. is pioneering the development of novel materials for lighting and lasing, with unparalleled thermal stability and broadband emission. Our technology platform focuses on developing state-of-the-art ceramic based materials for a wide range of applications. We are a young startup with strong ties to internationally recognized scientists form the world-renowned Jacob School of Engineering at UCSD.

APPLICATIONS

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APPLICATIONS 1

With unparalleled brightness and beam stability, laser lighting represents a generation leap for automotive lighting.
 
 

APPLICATIONS 2

With over 5 times the thermal conductivity of state-of-the-art YAG ceramics, our downconverters provide profound improvements in performance and operating lifetime.

APPLICATIONS 3

Our technology minimizes optical losses and provides a 24-fold and 19,500-fold improvements over the high energy laser leaders Nd:YAG and Nd:Glass, respectively.
 

With unparalleled brightness and beam stability, laser lighting represents a generation leap for automotive lighting.
 
 

With over 5 times the thermal conductivity of state-of-the-art YAG ceramics, our downconverters provide profound improvements in performance and operating lifetime.

Our technology minimizes optical losses and provides a 24-fold and 19,500-fold improvements over the high energy laser leaders Nd:YAG and Nd:Glass, respectively.
 

IN THE NEWS

Photonics Media

Engineers Create New Tunable Laser Materials

Engineers doped alumina (Al2O3) crystals with neodymium (Nd) ions to develop a new laser material capable of emitting ultrashort, high-power pulses. Their approach to materials processing resulted in a Nd-Al2O3 laser gain medium that has 24X higher thermal shock resistance than one of the leading solid-state laser gain materials.

Science Daily

Materials processing tricks enable engineers to create new laser material

By doping alumina crystals with neodymium ions, engineers have developed a new laser material that is capable of emitting ultra-short, high-power pulses — a combination that could potentially yield smaller, more powerful lasers with superior thermal shock resistance, broad tunability and high-duty cycles.

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