CLEO 2024

optical coherence tomography

Event Name CLEO 2024
Dates May 7-9, 2024
Venue Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC | Booth #813
Official site CLEO

Join Hamamatsu at the CLEO trade show, the forefront arena where the brightest minds converge to share, explore, and witness the future of laser science and photonics technology. As a pioneering force in the field, Hamamatsu is thrilled to showcase our latest advancements and solutions designed to empower research, industrial applications, and beyond. Visit Hamamatsu at booth 813 to see a selection of our products including image sensors, cameras, PMTs, MPPCs, and light sources. Our products are used in many applications, such as spectroscopy, multiphoton imaging, and medical imaging applications such as optical coherence tomography.

Engage with our team of experts and industry veterans who are passionate about making a difference through innovation in photonics and laser technology. Exchange ideas, gain insights, and foster collaborations that will drive the future of our industry.

May 8, 2024 • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM | The CLEO Hub Theater

Klea Dhimitri

Klea Dhimitri is an Applications Engineer at Hamamatsu Corporation in Bridgewater, NJ. Her expertise includes photodetectors such as photomultiplier tubes (PMT), single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD), MPPC (which is Hamamatsu’s silicon photomultiplier), photodiodes and avalanche photodiodes (APD) and their role in quantum applications. Klea leads Hamamatsu's efforts in bringing R&D from Japan together with researchers and early adopters in North America to provide a range of photonics solutions such as detectors, modulators, and cameras for the current and future quantum technologies landscape. She manages Hamamatsu Corporation's engagement and activities in North American quantum hubs like the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C) and received her bachelor’s degree in Physics and Mathematics from CUNY Hunter College in 2018.

Featured products:

ORCA Quest 2

The ORCA-Quest 2, the latest advancement in our qCMOS camera line, elevates the benchmark set by its predecessor, the ORCA-Quest. This enhanced model boasts significant improvements, including accelerated readout speeds in an ultra-low-noise scan mode, alongside a heightened sensitivity within the ultraviolet spectrum. These advancements solidify the ORCA-Quest 2's position as a leading solution for demanding imaging requirements, ensuring unparalleled performance in capturing the most subtle nuances of light. What are your low-light challenges?

Wavelength swept pulsed QCL

The wavelength swept pulsed quantum cascade laser L14890-09 offers exceptional tunability and high peak power across a broad infrared spectrum, making it indispensable for advanced spectroscopy, non-invasive medical diagnostics, and environmental sensing. This state-of-the-art laser technology provides unparalleled precision and versatility, enabling groundbreaking research and development in fields requiring the utmost in optical performance and reliability.


The quantum cascade photodetector P16309-01 stands out for its unparalleled speed while operating in the mid-infrared. With a frequency range up to 20 GHz, it offers revolutionary performance for applications such as heterodyne measurements and free space communication. This technology is also very user friendly due to no cooling or electrical bias requirements.  

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