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  • February 28, 2012
    LEX Photonics

    team — The newly built LEX Photonics centre at Coulombwall gets its inner equipment. A team of external workers and LAP-scientists have positioned the first heavy tables for the laser systems in the two big halls of the building. At the end of March the ATLAS laser will be moved completely from MPQ to LEX Photonics. Parts for the other light source PFS-pro, which will be newly developed at LEX Photonics, will follow soon. PFS-pro will be an upscaled version of the PFS system, which will remain at MPQ, to high repetition rates. LEX Photonics is run by the Faculty of Physics of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University. It will host the next generation of high intensity laser systems.