EVENT 11 August 2020

Photonics Application Week

September 30- October 4 Our OpticWeek.eu is part of this Photonics Applicaitons Weekin the city of Eindhoven.   About Photonics Applications Week (PHAPPS Week)PHAPPS Week is an umbrella event, focused...


About this event

September 30- October 4

Our OpticWeek.eu is part of this Photonics Applicaitons Weekin the city of Eindhoven.

 

About Photonics Applications Week (PHAPPS Week)
PHAPPS Week is an umbrella event, focused on real-life business applications,

so it’s not a get together from all people within the Photonics Industry, but a mix of specialists, enthusiasts and end-users from verticals [Consumer electronics, Agri& Food, IT & Datacom, Industry 4.0, Military & Aerospace, Health Care, IoT & Autonomous Systems] and Photonics industry.
PHAPPS Week includes workshops, conferences, exhibitions, lectures, networking events, debates and hackathons organised by different companies and institutions involved in Photonics.

 

www.phappsweek.com


30 September 2019



References

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References

Fourfold ECP2 Bronze

This summer, four people were awarded a Bronze certificate from ECP2, a European certified precision engineering course programme that is a collaboration between euspen and DSPE.

Read more
Measuring (the refractive index of)…

Measuring nanoparticles becomes increasingly important in healthcare, pharmacology, and environmental sciences, but measuring and obtaining relevant information from single nanoparticles requires cutting-edge technology.

Read more
Minimising spherical aberrations

Temperature-controlled optical profilometry has historically been a difficult procedure due to imaging issues caused by spherical aberrations.

Read more