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Further Your Photonics Knowledge in 2017

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PITTSFIELD, Mass., Jan. 10, 2017 — Advances in photonics occur daily, and the impact is felt across diverse industries and professions. One way to keep up with research and development in the field is through a Photonics webinar. Information-packed presentations by researchers, scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and senior-level managers cover a range of subjects, from OLED microdisplays to machine vision software, in a convenient one-hour format. The following webinars are free and open to all. You can find more information and sign up at Please note: all times listed are Eastern Time.

TOMORROW, January 11, at 1 p.m. – Silicon Photomultiplier: Theory and Practice, presented by Hamamatsu Corporation. You will leave this information-dense webinar with a robust understanding of how a SiPM functions, its key optoelectronic characteristics, and its pros and cons.

Alabama Laser cladding wall
Cladding of water wall. Courtesy of Alabama Laser.

January 12, at 1 p.m. – LAM Technology, Opportunities and Challenges. A thorough look at this evolving technology and its current use in industry, covering cladding, recovery, repair of parts, building, volume production, 3D printing and more.

January 19, at 10 a.m. – OLED Microdisplays: Advancing Virtual and Augmented Reality Smart Glasses, sponsored by Radiant Vision Systems. Data glasses and wearables like fitness trackers are changing the way many of us live, as well as enhancing vision capabilities in industry and defense. You will learn about the different categories of microdisplay, attributes, technical challenges and microdisplay markets.

LZM FPS. Courtesy of AFL.

February 7, at 1 p.m. – An Overview of AFL’s Fiber Processing Software for 100-Series Machines, presented by AFL. Advance your skills and benefit your business by learning what AFL software is capable of doing for you. The shaping, prototyping and data collection capabilities of AFL’s Fiber Processing Software (FPS) and a demonstration of the company’s new visual scripting interface, SpliceScript, will be included.

February 10, at 1 p.m. – Characterizing Photonics Devices with Transmission Electron Microscopy. Brookhaven Labs’ head of Electron Microscopy will talk about the ways that transmission electron microscopy (TEM) can be used to image the structure of photonics devices, and much more.

Tomography TEM from Hummingbird Scientific (Brookhaven)
Tomography TEM sample holder. Courtesy of Hummingbird Scientific.

February 14, at 1 p.m. – Introduction to Back Illuminated sCMOS Cameras, presented by Princeton Instruments. Key improvements of back illuminated sCMOS technology over previous generations; performance criteria of low light detectors; how to choose the optimum detector technology and more.

February 16, at 1 p.m. – High-Speed Imaging At and Beyond the Diffraction Limit. The head of the Section on High Resolution Optical Imaging at NIBIB will speak on his lab's latest work to develop high-resolution optical methods for the study of live, dynamic, 3D samples.

March 10, at 1 p.m. – Integrating Camera Technology Into a Successful Machine Vision Solution, sponsored by Allied Vision and Teledyne DALSA. From requirements definition to integration and implementation, how to create a machine vision system that has the components you need.

For more information about these and other upcoming webinars, and to register, visit We hope you can join us for a live webinar, but if not, you can watch a recording of the live webinar on demand.
Jan 2017
BiophotonicsindustrialdefenseAmericasEuropeeducationlasersphotomultiplierOLEDsDisplaysfiber opticsTEMCMOSMicroscopyindustrial camera

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