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SfN Annual Meeting Neuroscience 2014
November 16-19
Washington DC, USA

2011/02 New photonics hardware products for optogenetics
A word from Sead Doric:

I just came back from Photonics West exhibitions in San Francisco. Obviously, this is more of a laser and optics show but I could not help thinking of optogenetics and what photonics can do for it. I took advantage of vicinity of Stanford University and payed visit to Karl Diesseroth`s lab, where the word optogenetics was coined. There I had a chat with the man himself, his students and his co-workers about their current and future equipments and consumables needs. That place is sizzling with activities and everyone seems ever so busy doing all kinds of optogenetics research.
2010/12 We have been hacked
A word from Sead Doric:

As Ernest Hemingway once said, the traffic accidents always happen to others and even when they do happen to us they are not relevant anymore. I thought the same way about the security of web sites and expected that hacking always happens to others. Well, it seems that the day of winter solstice of 2010 was reserved for hacking The site was down for about 24 hours and not only that information about our products was not available on internet during that period, but we might have lost some of the messages sent to us. Those messages are relevant to us and if you suspect that your message has been affected, I kindly ask you to send it again (may spammers restrain their temptations).

2007/10 Folded grin lens collimates and changes direction of a laser diode beam
We announce avaibility of folded grin cylindical lens. The lens collimates the light from laser diodes and changes the beam direction for 90 degrees. The beam direction change can be adjusted to tightest tolerance. The curved sides of a lens have AR coating while flat side has reflective coating. The lens is made using a new fabrication process that improves the lens quality without affecting its legendary ease of alignement. For now, we offer lens with 0.75 mm radius. Other sizes are possible if needed.
2006/09 FAC lens arrays that match 3D geometry of specific laser diode bar stack
The distance between the bars within a stack of laser diode bars or “pitch”, is only nominal value of the average diode laser bar spacings and by no means a constant precise value. Typically, the tolerance on bar spacing is about 50 um.
2006/03 Fidéides 2006 Finalist
The company Doric Lenses Inc. was a finalist in the category "Innovations from Optics/Photonics usage", at the "Gala des Fidéides" 2006.
2006/02 All-around coatings are back!
Recent problems with quality of 'all-around' type AR coatings for our gradient-index cylindrical lenses have been resolved. A new coating supplier of 'all-around' coatings has been selected and tested.
2006/01 Exceptionel 2006 for Doric Lenses expected
'Doric Lenses pourrait vivre une annee exceptionnelle en 2006' has been published in french language online magasine Commerce
2005/12 Added Taylor-Hobson Talysurf PGI-840 Profilometer
Driven by the need for ever tighter specs, Doric lenses Inc. has acquired Taylor-Hobson's PGI-840 profilometer for the surface profile measurement of its world-famous cylindrical lenses.
2005/05 Doric Lenses is moving
Doric Lenses Inc. has moved to a new building located into the Parc Technologique of Quebec city.
2004/10 Fiber-coupling of LEDs depends on emitter type
Dr. Sead Doric and Milanko Tubic from Doric Lenses Inc. have contributed to October 2004 issue of Laser Focus World with an article about coupling of LED to optical fibers.
1998/04 GRIN cylindrical lenses
Gradient-index (GRIN) cylindrical lenses are designed to collimate the slow axis of laser diodes and bars.
1996/01 The Photonics Circle of Excellence Award
Continuum EPO-5000 diode-pumped short-pulse UV laserU Displaytech RGB FASTfilter using ferroelectric liquid-crystal technologyU Doric Lenses Gradient-index cylindrical microlensesU
1995/08 Easily fabricated microlenses correct laser-beam astigmatism
Compact and economical diode lasers are the sources of choice for a wide variety of applications. However, they do have the drawback of beam astigmatism, which must be corrected in many cases.
1995/01 Lasers & Optronics Technology Award Winner
In recognition of Gradient-Index Microlenses

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