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Live Webinar 5 December - How to transform light sources into groundbreaking photonic applications

Focuslight webcast

Focuslight webcast

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Tue, Dec 5, 2023 2:00 PM GMT

The transition from a light source-dominated development into a more application-specific, added-value engineering approach has led to a need to design and integrate micro-optical components with multifunctional surfaces and materials in all photonics products and related design guidelines.

This free webinar will serve as an orientation, offering a review of the substantial trends surrounding designing and producing light-shaping components that could change the way we enable new photonic applications.

It will provide an introduction and overview of all micro-optical technologies and functional designs and capabilities, and discuss the performance targets and limits of the nature of light and the dimensions of micro-optical functional surfaces and related production technologies. You can also find out some examples of groundbreaking beam shaping solutions and how to benefit from these experiences.

Who should attend?
Developers, Engineering Managers, Application Scouts, Innovation Managers, and Creative Investors who want to step into photonics or want to differentiate their current and future product platforms should attend this webinar.



Dirk Hauschild
Senior Strategic Marketing Expert, Focuslight
With more than 30 years of experience in research and industry, Dirk Hauschild has led laser technology and micro-optics into a variety of new fields of applications and was responsible for the development and market launch of novel beam shaping systems for processing and functionalisation of materials, coatings and sensing applications.

Previously, he held various senior management positions in product management, sales and marketing for the development and worldwide commercialisation of micro-optical components, systems and technologies. He has a diploma degree in electrical engineering from Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany.


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