EVENT 11 August 2020

Course Optomechanical System Design

The three-day course has reached the maximum number of participants.Please send a message to info@dspe.nl to be on the waiting list. Beginning of 2020 we are planning to organise a...


About this event

The three-day course has reached the maximum number of participants.
Please send a message to info@dspe.nl to be on the waiting list. Beginning of 2020 we are planning to organise a second course.

 

The teachers will guide you through the diverse landscape of optomechanical system design. They will begin with the basics and show approaches and solutions for many design issues along the way. Together they draw upon more than 100 years of experience in this field at Dutch universities and research institutes and in the high-tech industry. In the curriculum a wide variety of design examples are used, focusing on the lessons of failure.

 

From optics to optomechanics
This part deals with mechanical and hardware-related aspects of an optical design. The system engineering aspects are presented in a practical fashion with many examples. Tools for evaluating tolerances and error budgets will be provided and discussed.

 

Mechanics for optics
In this part all practical design rules are presented with many examples of crucial hardware aspects

 

Miscellaneous
In this part ‘side issues’ are presented that can be become show stoppers in optomechanic system design, including cable routing and surface treatment. Alsoa worskhop on cryogenics is given.

 

  

PROGRAM

 


1 October 2019



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References

First ECP2 Silver certificate lays…

Recently, the first ECP2 Silver certificate was awarded. ECP2 is the European certified precision engineering course programme that emerged from a collaboration between euspen and DSPE.

Read more
DSPE appoints Martin van den…

Upon his retirement from ASML, Martin van den Brink was appointed honorary member of DSPE.

Read more
High-velocity innovation

Making crucial design decisions early in the concept phase of a project, may lead to severe cost and time overruns when these decisions are based on assumptions and/or incomplete knowledge.

Read more