The cutting-edge technology, breakthrough ideas, and the people at Femtonics make us who we are. Our colleagues come with a variety of qualifications and professional backgrounds, and we open our doors at all career levels, enthusiastically leading junior staff to become professional seniors. We think it is important for us to find talented people and help them to grow in their most appropriate position. This is the key to your- and our success: bringing together your drive and our drive.
The optical department consists of physicists and biomedical engineers with expertise in optics and lasers. They design the core of the microscopes, including the light path and all optical elements, and they lead the evolution of Femtonics optical solutions.
Our mechanical department includes mechanical and electrical engineers. Their responsibility is to realize stable, finely tuned, functioning instruments. They also give our microscopes their distinct appearance.
The department forms the interface between PC applications and optical elements, integrating all first-party and third-party components into one system. They design, develop and test these modular, embedded systems and bring them to life.
Mechanical, electrical and biomedical engineers and physicists are involved in our service team. They install and service microscopes around the world and provide support to users.
The software department’s programming experts improve the control software of our devices, extending the possibilities and analysis. They work on the most effective implementation of user requests.
Our research team conducts high-impact studies in brain research and works with our microscopes every day. Their vision and feedback to the developers are one of the most important driving forces of our company.
The Femtonics Chemistry department designs and develops new caged neurotransmitters and custom-synthesized compounds for frontier neuroscience research.
The team consists of scientists with profound research experience and understanding in the field of neuroscience and two-photon technology. They are always ready to support researchers by providing them with all the needed information about our microscopes, through online and on-site demonstrations.