EOS Conference on Optomechanical Engineering (EOSOME 2015)

MUNICH ICM International Congress Centre Munich, Germany
24 June 2015 - 25 June 2015

EOS Conferences are held under the umbrella of the World of Photonics Congress 2015, the leading international congress for optical technologies in Europe (21-25 June 2015).

General Chairs

  • Santiago Royo, Centre for Sensors, Instruments and Systems Development (CD6), UPC-BarcelonaTech (ES)
  • Michael Pfeffer, University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten (DE)

Program Committee

  • James H. Burge, College of Optical Sciences, The University of Arizona (US)
  • Chris Dainty, University College, London (UK)
  • Marta C. de la Fuente, INDRA Systems (ES)
  • Alson E. Hatheway, AEH Inc. (US)
  • Peter Kühmstedt, Fraunhofer IOF Jena (DE)
  • Paul R. Yoder, Jr., Consultant (US)
  • Bob Breault, BRO Inc. (US)

Plenary Speaker

  • Victor Genberg, President, Sigmadyne, Inc. (US)

Invited speakers (list to be completed):

  • Hans Peter Herzig, EPFL (CH)
  • Ramon Navarro, NOVA (NL)


The aim of this EOS conference will be to explore new developments in the field of advanced optomechanical engineering. Held in conjunction with the LASER WORLD of PHOTONICS 2015 trade fair, one of the largest for optics, it will be a unique opportunity for the exchange of information with renowned researchers, scientists, engineers and professional from all around the world.

Submissions are encouraged in the following areas
(topics include but are not limited to):

  • Computation in optomechanical systems design

    • Software interfacing: lens design/CAD-FEA
    • Optomechanical Finite Element Analysis
    • Integrated optomechanical engineering
  • Environmental influences
    • Thermal management of optoelectronic and electro-optical systems
    • Vibrational management of optical systems
    • Management of extreme environmental influences (ionizing radiation, UHV, zero-g-load) on optical systems
  • Optomechanical components
    • Thermal and mechanical properties of optical materials
    • Flexible and deformable optical elements
    • Thermo-mechanical properties of optical coatings
    • Extreme low-stress optomechanical mountings
    • Active optomechanical mountings
    • Optomechanical image stabilizer