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LASER Munich Postponed Until April 2022

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Messe München GmbH has postponed LASER World of PHOTONICS to April 26-29, 2022. The event had been scheduled for June 20-24 this year. World of Photonics Congress will be held in a digital format on its original dates of June 20-24.

The virtual World of Photonics Congress will feature five conferences with more than 40 subtopics, covering basic research, applied science, laser science, photonics, quantum optics, optical metrology, digital optical technologies, biomedical optics, and the use of lasers in production engineering, and more.

“With the new date, we can offer our customers planning certainty in a timely manner,” said Reinhard Pfeiffer, deputy chairman of Messe München’s board, in a press release. “With this postponement of the trade fair event, we are creating the basis for a successful in-person international trade fair and following the wishes of our exhibitors and visitors.”

Messe München also announced the launch of a webinar series, “LASER World of PHOTONICS Talk,” aimed at facilitating knowledge exchange and communication in the industry. The series will start on March 3 and will be streamed live. Participation via the LASER World of PHOTONICS website is free.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2021
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