The European Optical Society (EOS) organizes a special EU project result dissemination Session for partners in EU projects during the EOS Bi-Annual Meeting (EOSAM) in Berlin, 26-30 September.
For the second time, partners in EU projects are invited to present their results in this special session.
Any topic of optics and photonics is acceptable in principle. Projects that have led to a prototype product are in particular encouraged to apply. Applications by submitting a two page abstract via the website www.conftool.com/eosam2016.
Please describe in the abstract
the title and the aim of the project
the relevant EU call
the main results of the project
Furthermore, please list the proposed oral presentations (typically 3-4) and the presenters. Also briefly describe the contents of these presentations in the abstract.
General Chair: Seppo Honkanen, Microsoft (FI) General Co-Chair: Jürgen Jahns, Fern Universität in Hagen (DE) Local Scientific Chair: Rainer Schuhmann, Berliner Glas KGaA (DE)
The European Optical Society (EOS) will return to Berlin 26-30 September 2016, on the 25th Anniversary of the EOS. Germany, with a long tradition in optics and photonics, and Berlin, with its many research institutes and companies, serves as an ideal place for the EOS Bi-Annual Meeting. We are very happy to once again enjoy the excellent conference facilities of the Germany’s leading Science- and Technology Park Berlin-Adlershof. The meeting will include tutorials for students, various topical meetings, workshops, Fellows ceremony, Award ceremonies, and an Industrial Exhibition.
You have an opportunity to visit the labs, where complex thin films for photovoltaic systems are measured. These systems are developed together with PVcomB’s industial partners. You will get an insight in the application related criteria of preparing and analyzing thin films as used in photovoltaic devices.
PVcomB is walking distance from the tutorial and summer school rooms (5-10 minutes).
Please note that registration is binding, as there is limited spaces in the visit.
No food is allowed in the labs so please have lunch before the visit.