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euroLED Conference Draws Big-Name Speakers

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COVENTRY, England, June 7, 2011 — An impressive lineup of speakers at this year’s euroLED Conference has boosted attendance, said show organizers.

Yoshi Ohno, group leader of Optical Technology Division, Optical Sensor at NIST, and Tom van den Bussche, the EMEA marketing manager of Bridgelux, have confirmed that they will be adding their industry knowledge and experience to the program. They join a number of speakers from across the lighting industry, including representatives from IKEA, Philips Lumileds and Microsemi Corp.

Companies including OsramOpto Semiconductors, Bayer Material Science, GE Lighting Solutions and Merck Advanced Technologies have already registered to attend the euroLED 2011 two-day technical conference, which will be held June 8 and 9.

According to IMS Research, which will also be presenting at euroLED, the current forecast for LED technology is looking promising, and this year’s conference program will help attendees to take advantage of this positive outlook while addressing the topics that most affect the LEDs and solid-state lighting industries.

Topics that will be covered at the conference include analysis of trends in key global markets, overview of competitive technologies and applications of HD-LED lighting to medical sciences.

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Jun 2011
Bayer Material ScienceBiophotonicsBridgeluxBusinessConsumereuroLED ConferenceEuropeGE Lighting SolutionsHD LED lightingIKEAIMS ResearchIndustry Eventslight sourcesMerck Advanced TechnologiesMicrosemiNISTOsramOptoPhilips LumiledsSensors & Detectorssolid-state lightingTest & MeasurementTom van den BusscheYoshi OhnoLEDs

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