AFM/Optical Engineer

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico. Job Description We are in search of hard-working and motivated AFM/Optical Engineer to develop leading-edge technology solutions in a challenging and fast-paced environment. BS, MS, and Ph.D. (EE, ME, ChE, Physics, Chemistry, Optical Science and Material Science) are sought to work on fabrication, design, and research, development, and commercialization of special […]

Actoprobe Receives New Mexico Technology Falcon Award

Actoprobe received New Mexico Technology Falcon Award one of the annual New Mexico Technology Flying 40 awards for 2015, a selection of the top 40 revenue-generating technology companies in the state of New Mexico. The Falcon award  honors companies that  show strong potential for creating future jobs. About Flying 40: The annual New Mexico Flying 40 […]

ACTO-SCM – our new product

Actoprobe launched a new product: ACTO–SCM. ACTO-SCM is a Scanning Laser Confocal Microscope to do Confocal Laser Microscopy, Optical Spectroscopy and much more! You can use ACTO-SCM for: Combining AFM imaging with scanning optical microscopy and spectroscopy (Fluorescence, Photoluminescence, Reflection and Transmission) in real time. Single Molecular Spectroscopy (including Raman and Fluorescence) FPA characterization NLO […]

Actoprobe to Present at the SPIE DSS 2015 Conference (20 – 24 April 2015)

 SPIE DSS 2015  is held annually in Baltimore, Maryland and hosts the most important technical conferences and exhibition on optics, imaging, and sensing for defense, security, industry, health, and the environment. On April 21, at 2:20 pm, Thomas J. Rotter will be presenting a paper titled ” Confocal Raman spectroscopy and AFM for evaluation of sidewalls […]

Actoprobe Granted Phases I and II of DOD’s SBIR contract

Non-destructive Chemical, Morphological, and Electrical Characterization of FPA Pixel Sidewalls DISTRIBUTION (A): DISTRIBUTION IS AUTHORIZED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE-UNLIMITED Actoprobe’s envisioned product for the Army is based on scanning probe microscopy (SPM) with novel optical AFM probes and optical characterization techniques such as Raman (including TERS), photoluminescence spectroscopy, and electrical characterization techniques including capacitance-voltage measurements (CV). […]

Actoprobe is Awarded a Phase I SBIR Grant from NSF

Actoprobe LLC has  been awarded with Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant of  $150,000 from National Science Foundation (NSF) for the  Phase I to develop Atomic Force Microscope Active Optical Probe (AOP) for Single Molecular Imaging and Optical Spectroscopy. The Phase I grant will be used to expand Actoprobe research and development program and facilitate […]

Actoprobe Receives New Mexico Technology Flying 40 Award

Actoprobe honored as one of New Mexico’s Fastest Growing Technology Companies and received one of the annual New Mexico Technology Flying 40 awards for 2014, a selection of the top 40 revenue-generating technology companies in the state of New Mexico. Alexander Ukhanov, Managing Director attended this year’s event on Wednesday, June 25th at the UNM […]

Actoprobe presented Active Optical Probe project at Deal Stream Summit

Albuquerque, NM – April 2-4, 2013 -Actoprobe presented Active Optical Probe project at the 2013 Deal Stream Summit. The conference is organized by the Technology Ventures Corporation, and provides an opportunity to interact with technologists from the national labs, entrepreneurs and the business ecosystem supporting commercialization. Information about participating companies is also published in the […]

Actoprobe on SPIE Photonics West 2013

4-7 February 2013  – we are going to Photonics West (The Moscone Center San Francisco, California, USA). Our experts will be on hand to update you on the latest advancements of our projects. We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco! You can reach us by phone : (703)946-5316 or by mail: