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The Ultimate Guide
to Beamsplitters

Join us for a discussion about different types of beamsplitters and
how to best use them to maximize performance in your application.

Get the most from your beamsplitting optics!

We invite you to join this 30 minute webinar presented by Edmund Optics' experts Jeremy Govier and Gary Pajer. Learn about the trade-offs of the different types of beamsplitters and useful tips for using them for best possible performance in your application.

At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will have a strong understanding of:

  • The different types of beamsplitters
  • When to use each type
  • Things to be aware of when using beamsplitters
  • Ideal applications for this technology
  • Tips for maximizing your application’s performance
Jeremy Govier Jeremy Govier

Jeremy Govier is the Principal Engineer at Edmund Optics' Tucson, AZ, USA office. Jeremy has over two decades of experience and previously held positions as Application Engineer, Manager of Custom Product Group, and Director of Design. He holds a graduate certificate in Project Management from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and a B.S. in Optics from the University of Rochester in Rochester.

Dr. Gary Pajer Dr. Gary Pajer

Gary Pajer is the Senior Product Line Manager for beamsplitters and prisms at Edmund Optics’ Barrington, NJ headquarters. With Edmund Optics since 2017, Gary has forty years of experience covering a broad range of science and technology topics. His background includes ring resonators, nonlinear optics, vacuum tube detectors, plastic optical fiber, optical coherence tomography, and photonic integrated circuits. Gary holds the S.B. degree from MIT, Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and is an Adjunct Professor of Physics at The College of New Jersey.




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