Vir­tual Work­shop Series • fol­low the light • Epi­sode #3

2021 Mar 24 Wed

until March, 24 2021 | 16:00 – 17:00

FOUR EPISODES ∙ GREAT CAST ∙ NEW INSIGHTS

While clas­si­cal optics is reaching its limits, free­form optics make the phy­si­cally fea­si­ble pos­si­ble and open up com­ple­tely new hori­zons for manu­fac­tu­rers of life sci­ence pro­ducts, auto­ma­tion solu­ti­ons and sen­sor tech­no­logy. fo+ [free­form optics plus] – an asso­cia­tion of sci­en­tists, deve­lo­pers and manu­fac­tu­rers – offers users from high-tech sec­tors the oppor­tu­nity to learn more about free­form optics, their areas of app­li­ca­tion and opti­cal properties.

Epi­sode #3: Ana­ly­zing the Spec­trum – Free­form Optics for Mea­su­ring App­li­ca­ti­ons and Mea­su­ring of Freeforms

Epi­sode #3 of the fo+ vir­tual work­shop series will deal with the topics metro­logy and assem­bly of free­form ele­ments. The ›hands-on‹ webi­nar is addres­sed to optics manu­fac­tu­rers, cus­to­mers and app­lied sci­en­tists who want to take a clo­ser look into fab­ri­ca­tion and mea­su­ring processes.

Steffi Prow­sch­witz and Tobias Her­meyer from Pre­cision Optics Gera (POG) will pre­sent how to rea­lize a spec­tro­me­ter with free­form ele­ments that fits into your pocket – from opti­cal design to assem­bly. You will get an insight into align­ment methods for micro­op­ti­cal ele­ments like MLA (micro lens array)

 

Andreas Beut­ler from Mahr will show you a new prac­ti­cal approach to mea­sure free­forms and fidu­cials in a very fle­xi­ble way. A part of the solu­tion is also the data trans­fer and the crea­tion of a mea­su­ring pro­cess without exten­sive programming.

 

 

 

Learn how:

  • micro-opti­cal designs can be rea­li­zed with the help of align­ment structures
  • nano­im­print and litho­gra­phy tech­no­lo­gies can be used for free­form optics
  • free­form optics can be mea­su­red with high precision

Who should attend:

  • Optics Ven­dors
  • Experts for Opti­cal Manu­fac­tu­ring Technologies
  • Users of cus­tom (micro) opti­cal sys­tems for ana­ly­tics and spec­tro­scopy in Life Sci­ence, Machine Vision and Food Industry
  • App­lied Researchers

Mode­ra­tion

Anke MankAnke Mank | fo+ & Opto­Net e.V.


PARTICIPATION & BOOKING CONDITIONS

The event regis­tra­tion is open, 150 pla­ces are avail­able. Par­ti­ci­pa­tion is free of charge. You will receive the access data for the digi­tal work­shop plat­form ZOOM by email in good time before the start of the event.

NOTE

By sub­mit­ting this regis­tra­tion form, you agree that your name will be inclu­ded on a list of par­ti­ci­pants which will be avail­able to the other par­ti­ci­pants. You also ack­now­ledge that images of the event may be dis­played on our web­sites and social media.

Event Type

Online

Con­tact

Opto­Net e.V.
Nora Kirs­ten

+493641 327 92 92
ed.anej-tenotpo@netsrik.aron
http://www.optonet-jena.de

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