Engineering

Aerolase lies at the intersection of high-reliability product engineering and electrical, opto-mechanical, power electronic, mechanical, and electro-optical systems engineering.

Our techniques and expertise come from over 20 years of R&D—paired with the commercial support of our high-energy YAG lasers and our background in aerospace engineering.

Our engineering group uncovers and deploys robust, outside-the-box methods to remove constraints from high-power medical laser systems. A large share of our attention goes to:

Efficiency of device operation

Product lifetime

Build quality

Component quality

Miniaturization

Simplification and refinement of device design

Increasing power output from miniaturized lasers

Our team is motivated by what we learn from working on commercially-deployed devices to enhance our R&D.

Some say we have an obsession with bench work. We would have to agree. In fact, we consider it a key differentiator between reliable products and those that fall short.

Ultimately, we benefit from seeing the immediate impact of our work. Our take is that ideas developed in the flow of collaborative research can be deployed quickly to newly-manufactured devices. In our view, “aha” insights elevate the performance of the product, the physicians, the patients, and the company.   

Think you can help us make a difference?

We would like to hear from you. Feel free to send your confidential resume and we will let you know if there is a suitable match with a current position.

Engineering

Aerolase lies at the intersection of high-reliability product engineering and electrical, opto-mechanical, power electronic, mechanical, and electro-optical systems engineering.

Our techniques and expertise come from over 20 years of R&D—paired with the commercial support of our high-energy YAG lasers and our background in aerospace engineering.

Our engineering group uncovers and deploys robust, outside-the-box methods to remove constraints from high-power medical laser systems. A large share of our attention goes to:

Efficiency of device operation

Product lifetime

Build quality

Component quality

Miniaturization

Simplification and refinement of device design

Increasing power output from miniaturized lasers

Our team is motivated by what we learn from working on commercially-deployed devices to enhance our R&D.

Some say we have an obsession with bench work. We would have to agree. In fact, we consider it a key differentiator between reliable products and those that fall short.

Ultimately, we benefit from seeing the immediate impact of our work. Our take is that ideas developed in the flow of collaborative research can be deployed quickly to newly-manufactured devices. In our view, “aha” insights elevate the performance of the product, the physicians, the patients, and the company.   

Think you can help us make a difference?

We would like to hear from you. Feel free to send your confidential resume and we will let you know if there is a suitable match with a current position.

Photo Courtesy of Dr. Diedre Nelson-Sands,
The Art of Skin Clinic, Bahamas.

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