EOS Conferences on Optical Technologies


EOS Conferences on Optical Technologies 2019

Your forum for all aspects of optical technologies like manufacturing and testing of optical systems and optofluidics.

EOS Conferences on Optical Technologies

EOS Optical Technologies covers two sub-conferences:

  • the “Conference on Manufacturing, Tolerancing, and
    Testing of Optical Systems (MOS)” and
  • the “Conference on Optofluidics”.

MOS conference will highlight technology trends and technologies in the field of optics fabrication, tolerancing and testing.
The latest trends in the integration of optics with microfluidics will be explored at the Optofluidics conference.

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 agrifood 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.

Calendar / Deadlines

MOS:
Start Online Paper Submission: January 10, 2019
Closing Online Paper Submission: March 21, 2019
Notification to authors: April 5, 2019

Optofluidics:
Start Online Paper Submission: December 10, 2018
Closing Online Paper Submission: February 25, 2019
Notification to authors: April 5, 2019
Chairs

General Chair
Andreas Ettemeyer
University of Applied Sciences Buchs (NTB), Buchs, Switzerland

Conference topics
Manufacturing, Tolerancing and Testing of Optical Systems (MOS)
Chairs: Oliver Fähnle, FISBA AG (CH), Sven Schröder, Fraunhofer Institute (DE)

The conference on Manufacturing, Tolerancing and Testing of Optical Systems (MOS) will highlight significant technology trends, emerging technologies and associated prospective developments in the field of optics fabrication and testing. This conference provides a forum for all aspects of optics fabrication, tolerancing, and testing, ranging from micro to large-scale optics and from high value one-off to mass-produced components including lessons learned papers on special manufacturing issues such as polishing process stability and finishing processes for high-end optics, optics featuring clear apertures below 1 mm or above 100 mm in diameter.
One main goal of the meeting is to provide a better link between the design, the manufacturing, and the characterization of optical components and systems.

5th Conference on Optofluidics
Chairs: Andreas Vasdekis,University of Idaho (US), Demetri Psaltis, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (CH)

Optofluidics emerged approximately 10 years ago aiming at the fusion of integrated optics with microfluidics. Since then, a wealth of new scientific principles and technologies have emerged. Through this conference, the latest developments in Optofluidics will be explored, serving as one of the main meeting points of the international optofluidics community.

Topics:
  • Photonics: fundamental linear and non-linear optics, lasers, sensors, microscopy, optical tweezers
  • Health and Biology: single-cell and single-molecule methods, drug delivery, ultra-high throughput screening
  • Imaging: integration, time-stretching, image processing, big-data
  • Handheld Devices: mHealth, portable diagnostics
  • Energy – Environment: photobioreactors, biophysics, optofluidics of plants
  • Transport: optics, microfluidics, computational methods
  • Micro-Fabrication: prototyping, 3D and 4D particle generation, BioMEMS
  • Hybrid Integration: integrated optics (SERS, waveguides, resonators), electronics, and applications
  • Soft Matter: liquid crystals, vesicle photonics
  • Industry: industrial applications, related technologies and products
Conference highlights

Industrial Poster for MOS Conference: For the first time, there will be a reviewed industrial poster session displayed during the whole conference with companies presenting their key technology competences.

Plenary Speakers

Plenary Speaker for Optofluidics:
Hatice Altug, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Title: NANOPHOTONIC METASURFACES for BIOSENSING

About the organizers

The purpose of the European Optical Society (EOS) is to contribute to progress in optics and related sciences, and to promote their applications at the European and international levels, by bringing together individuals and legal entities involved in these disciplines and their applications.

The European Optical Society (EOS) serves as the joint forum for all individuals, companies, organisations, educational institutions, and learned and professional societies, who recognise the opportunity and challenge that a common European base provides for the development of optics in its broadest sense.

More information on the EOS website europeanoptics.org.

Contact

EOS Conferences on Optical Technologies
European Optical Society (EOS)
Länsikatu 15
80110 Joensuu
Finland
Tel.: +358 50 592 4693
E-mail: info@europeanoptics.org
www.europeanoptics.org

 
 
 
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