EVENT 11 August 2020

DSPE Optics and Optomechatronics Week 2015

28 September – DSPE Optics and Optomechatronics Symposium 201529 – 30 September – Course Optomechanics (2 days)29 – 30 September and 1 and 2 October – Course SMETHODS+ (4 days)...


About this event

28 September – DSPE Optics and Optomechatronics Symposium 2015
29 – 30 September – Course Optomechanics (2 days)
29 – 30 September and 1 and 2 October – Course SMETHODS+ (4 days)

 

Bi-annualy the DSPE organizes an optical symposium to stimulate optical activities in the Netherlands, to update our optical members and to give them the opportunity to network. This year we could combine it with the European initiative to educate optical engineers by means of the optical 3-days course called SMETHODS. This episode is organized at the group of prof Paul Urbach at the university of Delft. By an initiative of Hittech, prof. Daniel Vucobratovich has been invited to add a 2 days course on optomechanics as well. The DSPE stimulates optomechatronic knowledge share and is happy this event could be organized. The DSPE also initiated the Optomechatronics summerschool, which will be held next summer again. This comprehensive 5-days course gives and inside in the whole optomechatronics competence to create complex optomechatronics systems. Aside of that, this week has a very social aspect in getting to know eachother  and share ambition and friendship.

 

More information www.opticsweek.nl


28 September 2015



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References

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