Laser Components hosts the 5th International Workshop on Infrared Technologies. The event focusses on IR detectors for commercial applications, other IR components, corresponding periphery and their applications.
Training courses & User meetings
The workshop aims to connect excellent female scientists at the beginning of their career with experts in photonics holding leading positions at research institutions and companies. The event addresses young female postdocs in the field of (bio)photonics, who want to present their own research work and build up new networks. Participants will have the opportunity to exchange with experienced scientists from academia and industry and jointly develop strategies for a successful professional career.
Industrial processes, environmental monitoring and clinical diagnosis require from new miniaturized detection tools able to carry out an unattended and fast analysis. These requirements are fulfilled by Mid-Infrared (MIR) technologies, the next generation of chemical sensors that can be integrated into existing equipment to obtain real-time analysis of an on-going process. This webinar will present the working principles, applications and the existing capabilities to develop MIR chemical sensors in Europe.
Friday 23 February, 2pm (GMT), 3pm (CET)
The course is intended for individuals wishing an in-depth introduction to the principles of fluorescence spectroscopy and its applications to the Life Sciences
The goal of the event is to connect IR research to industry by focusing on new developments related to detectors for commercial instrumentation, sources and filters, instrument subsystems, and commercial applications
Built by medical practitioners and the world’s foremost digital imaging experts, this conference addresses the need for a more integrated approach to developing medical imaging systems for clinical use. The conference will look at the latest technologies in development, including multi modal and single photon detectors. Alongside this, topics in discussion will cover a range of sensor technologies, such as EMCCD, InGaAs, CMOS and single photon detectors and the requirement for high quality, reliable imaging.