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Free Webinars Will Cover Imaging, Lighting for New Technologies

Photonics.com
Sep 2018
ROBIN RILEY, WEB EDITOR, robin.riley@photonics.com

PITTSFIELD, Mass., Sept. 14, 2018 — Please join us this September for three new webinars that will address imaging requirements for quantum research; the latest in superluminant laser light sources; and how to achieve the best camera resolution for your application.

Go to www.photonics.com/Webinars to sign up for:

Daniel Olache, Baumer.Understanding Camera Resolution
Sept. 18, 1-2 pm ET
Presenter: Daniel Olache, Baumer
This presentation on getting camera resolution right under “real world conditions” will last approximately one-half hour, with plenty of time for Q&A. This webinar will cover:
  • How to calculate camera resolution for your application.
  • How to light your application for best results.
  • Calibrating your camera.
  • Image processing software.
Paul Rudy, Ph.D., cofounder, CMO and SVP, SLD LaserLaser Light Sources for Automotive and Specialty Lighting Applications
Sept. 25, 1-2 pm ET

Presenter: Paul Rudy, SLD Laser
You will be introduced to a new generation of visible laser light sources that can offer more than 10 times the luminance of LEDs. The webinar will cover:
  • The technology being used to develop new laser light sources.
  • The latest advances in laser light sources.
  • SLD Laser’s innovative LaserLight illumination source technology.
Mike Melle, product manager, imaging, Princeton InstrumentsImaging Applications in Quantum Research
Sept. 26, 1-2 pm ET

Presenter: Michael Melle, Princeton Instruments
This webinar will focus on quantum applications that incorporate imaging detectors, such as single photon source development, trapped ion imaging, and control of qubits. It will cover:
  • Unique detector requirements for quantum research.
  • The latest developments in photonic detectors.
  • Basic concepts of single photon detection, quantum efficiency, and detector noise.
For more information and to register for these webinars, visit www.photonics.com/Webinars today. All webinars are recorded and available for on-demand viewing shortly after the live event. Register to receive a link to the recording.

Thumbnail image courtesy of Dr. Wolfgang Ketterle, MIT. Thumbnail image courtesy of Dr. Wolfgang Ketterle, MIT.


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