Events Archive

EOS Topical Meetings at Capri 2013

Location: 
Capri, Italy
Duration: 
12 September 2013 - 14 September 2013

 

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2nd EOS Conference on Optofluidics (EOSOF 2013)

Location: 
International Congress Centre Munich (ICM), Germany
Duration: 
13 May 2013 - 15 May 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
9 January 2013 - 23 January 2013

Picture © Messe München GmbHEOSOF 2013 is held under the umbrella of the WORLD OF PHOTONICS CONGRESS 2013, the leading international congress for optical technologies in Europe (12 - 16 May 2013). (Photo © Messe München GmbH)

Advance programme
Pre-registration is closed, please register on-site at the EOS counter in the entrance hall.

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Session III. Micro-Optics and Structured Surfaces (EOSMOC 2013)

Location: 
International Congress Centre Munich (ICM), Germany
Duration: 
13 May 2013 - 15 May 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
9 January 2013 - 23 January 2013

Synopsis

Advancements in technology and innovative manufacturing processes are crucial for optical sector growth in today's global markets. Markets with high developmental momentum include the energy and semiconductor, life sciences, health care and the agri-food industries. Optical technologies play a crucial role in these markets, the importance of sophisticated but economically priced optical components being vital to new products and applications.

The 3rd EOS Conference on Manufacturing of Optical Components, EOSMOC 2013, will highlight significant technology trends, emerging technologies and associated prospective developments. This meeting provides a forum for all aspects of optics fabrication and testing, ranging from micro to large-scale optics and from high value one-off to mass-produced components.

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3rd EOS Conference on Manufacturing of Optical Components (EOSMOC 2013)

Location: 
International Congress Centre Munich (ICM), Germany
Duration: 
13 May 2013 - 15 May 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
9 January 2013 - 23 January 2013

EOSMOC 2013 is held under the umbrella of the WORLD OF PHOTONICS CONGRESS 2013, the leading international congress for optical technologies in Europe (12 - 16 May 2013).
 
Advance programme
Pre-registration is closed, please register on-site at the EOS counter in the entrance hall.

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Session IV. Precise Optics Fabrication (EOSMOC 2013)

Location: 
International Congress Centre Munich (ICM), Germany
Duration: 
13 May 2013 - 15 May 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
9 January 2013 - 23 January 2013

Synopsis

Advancements in technology and innovative manufacturing processes are crucial for optical sector growth in today's global markets. Markets with high developmental momentum include the energy and semiconductor, life sciences, health care and the agri-food industries. Optical technologies play a crucial role in these markets, the importance of sophisticated but economically priced optical components being vital to new products and applications.

The 3rd EOS Conference on Manufacturing of Optical Components, EOSMOC 2013, will highlight significant technology trends, emerging technologies and associated prospective developments. This meeting provides a forum for all aspects of optics fabrication and testing, ranging from micro to large-scale optics and from high value one-off to mass-produced components.

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Session I. High-Volume Manufacturing of Optical Components (EOSMOC 2013)

Location: 
International Congress Centre Munich (ICM), Germany
Duration: 
13 May 2013 - 15 May 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
9 January 2013 - 23 January 2013

Synopsis

Advancements in technology and innovative manufacturing processes are crucial for optical sector growth in today's global markets. Markets with high developmental momentum include the energy and semiconductor, life sciences, health care and the agri-food industries. Optical technologies play a crucial role in these markets, the importance of sophisticated but economically priced optical components being vital to new products and applications.

The 3rd EOS Conference on Manufacturing of Optical Components, EOSMOC 2013, will highlight significant technology trends, emerging technologies and associated prospective developments. This meeting provides a forum for all aspects of optics fabrication and testing, ranging from micro to large-scale optics and from high value one-off to mass-produced components.

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Session V. Testing for Fabrication and Assembly (EOSMOC 2013)

Location: 
International Congress Centre Munich (ICM), Germany
Duration: 
13 May 2013 - 15 May 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
9 January 2013 - 23 January 2013

Synopsis

Advancements in technology and innovative manufacturing processes are crucial for optical sector growth in today's global markets. Markets with high developmental momentum include the energy and semiconductor, life sciences, health care and the agri-food industries. Optical technologies play a crucial role in these markets, the importance of sophisticated but economically priced optical components being vital to new products and applications.

The 3rd EOS Conference on Manufacturing of Optical Components, EOSMOC 2013, will highlight significant technology trends, emerging technologies and associated prospective developments. This meeting provides a forum for all aspects of optics fabrication and testing, ranging from micro to large-scale optics and from high value one-off to mass-produced components.

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Session II. Latest Advances in Freeform Optics (EOSMOC 2013)

Location: 
International Congress Centre Munich (ICM), Germany
Duration: 
13 May 2013 - 15 May 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
9 January 2013 - 23 January 2013

Synopsis

Advancements in technology and innovative manufacturing processes are crucial for optical sector growth in today's global markets. Markets with high developmental momentum include the energy and semiconductor, life sciences, health care and the agri-food industries. Optical technologies play a crucial role in these markets, the importance of sophisticated but economically priced optical components being vital to new products and applications.

The 3rd EOS Conference on Manufacturing of Optical Components, EOSMOC 2013, will highlight significant technology trends, emerging technologies and associated prospective developments. This meeting provides a forum for all aspects of optics fabrication and testing, ranging from micro to large-scale optics and from high value one-off to mass-produced components.

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3rd EOS Topical Meeting on Blue Photonics® - Optics in the Sea (Blue Photonics 3)

Location: 
Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ), Den Hoorn, Texel, Netherlands
Duration: 
18 March 2013 - 20 March 2013
Submission Timeframe: 
1 October 2012 - 3 December 2012

 



As of now, pre-registration for the conference is closed and again possible on-site.

The EOS registration desk will be open on Sunday, 17 March, from 19:00 - 20:30 during the icebreaker evening and on Monday, 18 March, from 08:00 on at the NIOZ.
 
Please check the Final Programme  (PDF, 1.65 KB) for more details! 

 

 
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TOM 2 - Silicon Photonics (EOSAM 2012)

Location: 
Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, Scotland (GB)
Duration: 
25 September 2012 - 28 September 2012
Submission Timeframe: 
20 August 2012 - 26 August 2012

Synopsis 

Novel developments and applications in the field of silicon photonics and related areas, ranging from optical interconnects to sensing applications will revolutionize conventional microelectronics. Potential topics include, but are not limited to the design, simulation, modeling and fabrication of optical inter-connects (board to board, chip to chip or on chip), e.g. active optical cabels (AOCs), optical on chip routing architectures, clock distribution and tech-nologies as well as related design concepts for high speed, low power photonic integrated circuits (PICs). Also (CMOS-compatible) optical sources and de-tectors and the optimization of light emission and absorption for data processing using materials such as SiGe or III/Vs etc. will be discussed. Advanced monolithic or hybrid processing techniques for the fabrication of photonic structures on Si such as 3D-Laser-lithograhy, nano-imprint techniques or self assembly  will be considered. Following the developments described above, optical on chip data processing all the way to optical computing may lead to disruptive technologies to be discussed at this topical meeting.

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