Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, December 1, 2022 - 14:00

We hear from two experts in fostering the development of quantum photonics technologies in the UK and Europe

Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, November 24, 2022 - 14:00

In this webcast, we look at the potential of optical techniques, primarily Raman spectroscopy, in medical diagnostics - and the barriers to clinical translation.

Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, October 20, 2022 - 13:00

Focuslight is a technology leader in AuSn thin film deposition and AuSn bonding process with more than 10 years’ experience. This webcast details the design, key processes and application data of high-power laser diode devices.

Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, September 8, 2022 - 13:00

With photonics competing with other industries for talent, investment and recognition, how can the industry pull together to increase its profile and engage key stakeholders?

Webcast date (GMT):
Wednesday, June 29, 2022 - 14:00

Now available on-demand, hear from speakers representing the shortlisted companies in both the Quantum category + Sensors, test and measurement / Optical measuring systems / Imaging category from this year's Laser World of Photonics Innova

Webcast date (GMT):
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 - 14:00

Now available to watch on-demand, discover more about the shortlisted companies in April's Laser World of Photonics Innovation Award. This webcast features the shortlist from the Optics / Manufacturing technology for optics category.


Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, June 16, 2022 - 14:00

Now available on-demand, hear from speakers representing the shortlisted companies in the Biophotonics and medical engineering category from April's Laser World of Photonics Innovation Award.

Webcast date (GMT):
Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - 14:00

Now available as an on-demand webcast, discover more about the shortlisted companies in April's Laser World of Photonics Innovation Award. This webcast features the shortlist from the Lasers and Optoelectronics category.


Excellent opportunities exist for photonics in enabling enabling faster data transfer between satellites and ground stations. (Image: ESA)

Webcast date (GMT):
Thursday, May 26, 2022 - 14:00

Now available on-demand this webcast discussed ongoing and emerging opportunities for photonics in the space sector. 

On demand: Hear more about the challenges and potential solutions across the academic and business sectors in training - and attracting and retaining - more skilled personnel

*On demand* This online discussion will explore the photonics technologies being developed to maximise data throughput and to extend data delivery speeds beyond 400Gbps

*On demand* This webcast will present European capabilities for the development of photonic integrated circuit (PIC) biosensors for virus detection

*On demand* This webinar will present an innovative UVC LED respiratory mask, presented by EPIC members and partners of the EU-funded pilot line MedPhab

This webinar will dive into the technology behind laser-based functional surface texturing, with a focus on the EU-funded LAMpAS project

*Available on demand* The Webinar will review all aspects of distributed sensing

*Now available on demand* The EPIC Webinar on Hyperspectral Imaging will focus on the hyperspectral imaging hardware and its use in varying applications

*Now available on demand* Dr Erik Novak, senior director of business development at 4D Technology, will discuss the different aspects that need to be considered when selecting a Large Aperture Interferometer.

*Now available on demand* The purpose of the EPIC Webinar on Quantum technologies is to demonstrate how companies are developing products based on the demands of the quantum community, and to enable a debate on the needs of new photonics products for the quantum market

For driverless cars to see mainstream adoption, engineers must solve critical lidar design challenges including improving the detection range and field of view, ensuring adaptability to environmental factors, and ensuring safety. Today, engineering teams are debating the best design choices, with no clear winner. Who will win the race toward effective lidar manufactured at a low cost?

In this webinar, high-level representatives of the Pilot Lines will give an overview of the European scene regarding technologies, offers and capabilities for the manufacturing of new photonics-based products that will impact in market sectors such as medical, environmental and industrial.

This webinar will show how the nonstop capacity request in the transmission, routing and processing of huge amounts of communication data is faced in an effective way by photonic solutions acting on the propagation, modulation and multiplexing of optical signals

In the high power laser based manufacturing world, beam shaping has been identified as one of the past and present technology bottlenecks. This webinar will compare the unmet needs from industry with the current state of the art and market driven roadmaps

This webinar is oriented to end-user companies, SMEs and startup companies that are thinking about developing a chemical sensor, but also to engineers and students that want to know more about the possibilities of Mid-IR technologies

LIDAR has already proven its accuracy and reliability, but there exist other aspects that still need to be developed, and even decided. The purpose of this webinar is to identify the technology bottlenecks as a discussion of TIER-1 suppliers and photonics technology developers

Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) are impacting the biomedical field by providing fast, reliable and cost-effective diagnostic devices.

The webinar, organised by MIRPHAB, presents the working principles, applications and existing capabilities of MIR chemical sensors in Europe, featuring Adam Piotrowski (VIGO Systems), Ana Gonzalez (EPIC/MIRPHAB) and Fabio Pavanell (Ugent/IMEC).

This webinar, organised by PIXAPP, focuses on the fundamentals of PIC-based devices and packaging, with presentations from Dr Ana Gonzalez (EPIC), and Dr Lee Carroll (Tyndall Institute).

This webcast explores and evaluates the application of optical spectroscopy within fields as diverse as ancient glass research, and food quality and safety. Rounding off the webcast, the third and final presentation provides an overview of the development of optofluidic chips. Aimed at a broad range of industry professionals, this webcast is a must for anyone with a desire to learn how far spectrometers have progressed from laboratory-based tasks.