Connecting IR research to the industry

28th July 2017
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
Connecting IR research to the industry

 

Provider of laser and optoelectronic components, LASER COMPONENTS, has announced that it will sponsor the 4th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies for a broad audience of leading IR experts. The event will take place at Arizona State University on 8-9th Novemeber 2017 in Tempe, AZ, US.

Based on a proven concept in Germany, LASER COMPONENTS has introduced the IR WORKshop to the US with 40 paper presentations and more than 20 research poster presentations on IR detectors, sources and filters, instrument sub-system designs, and spectroscopy and sensing applications.

The purpose of the event is to create a community conversation about industry challenges and breakthroughs, technical concepts, and scientific ideas. To ensure a high quality and well-balanced programme, the WORKshop has attracted the tremendous support of a well-respected Advisory Board, the MIRTHE+ Photonics Sensing Center at Princeton University, and the ASU Center for Photonics Innovation.

"The concept is fairly unique", said Susan Wells, Scientific Coordinator of the IR WORKshop. "With fast paced presentations, we wanted to design a platform that connects researchers and industry professionals in an interactive and collaborative environment. We are also delighted to open up the event to students who we want to give a chance to show their entrepreneurial spirit and creativity."


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