Tiny Integrated Laser opens new horizons in laser science

The value chain activity from miniaturizing power lasers could
ensure their universal application in manufacturing,
infrastructure maintenance, medical care, and security innovation.

By supporting the Division of Research Innovation and Collaboration,
members of the TILA Consortium benefit from
a variety of tiny integrated laser (TILA) incentives.

The Consortium is made up of general members, from companies and other organizations,
and its secretary member, the Institute for Molecular Science.
Members can receive preferential treatment for joint research with the Division of Research Innovation and Collaboration,
implement intellectual property owned by the Institute for Molecular Science,
and receive data collected by the Division and Consortium.
Members can also participate in formulating policies for the Division.