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WELCOME TO INHBAR

What's new

  • We are happy to inform you that we entered the third term in April

Jun 14, 2021

  • A paper about characterization of core optis in GW detectors is published on Phys. Rev. Applied 14, 014021

Jul 8, 2020

  • STAR, a setup for high accuracy optical characterization, capable of measuring scattering, absorption, and reflection of both coating and bulk, is now on Review of Scientific Instruments 91, 065113

Jun 19, 2020

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I have been fascinated by spacetime where everything in the universe was born and has been evolving in a very complicated way as we know it today.  It is just amazing.  How could one set up the world like this?  Einstein's General Relativity is the most successful and tested theory to describe spacetime, but I guess It is probably fair to say that we are far from understanding spacetime.  I strongly believe there is lots of stuff that we do not know yet and will be excited to see it bring us new things that could potentially change our world.  Our company was founded to help customers find a solution to scientific / engineering problems, hoping our activities will eventually lead us to better understanding of spacetime.  'inhbar' is a coined word from 'inside' and the Planck constant 'hbar'.   

Eiichi Hirose, Founder