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Simplified Optical Design Solutions with Innovative Fiber-Tip Coatings

Event will begin: Wednesday, August 14, 2024 - 10:00 AM
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Simplified Optical Design Solutions with Innovative Fiber-Tip Coatings

Presented by: Stephen Washkevich, Omega Optical Holdings

Traditional optical filters are typically manufactured directly on glass substrates and cut to desired sizes. As instrument designers consider how to make their products more accessible, portable, and easy to use, the size of components is often a consideration.

In this webinar, Stephen Washkevich will present a manufacturing approach for miniaturizing optical filters to be used with optical fibers to enable device miniaturization without performance compromise.

Key Takeaways:
  • Understand the unique benefits of fiber-tip coatings in optical design.
  • Learn how spectrally complex filters can improve light discrimination and system performance.
  • Explore the use cases for coated fiber tips.


About the presenter
Stephen WashkevichStephen Washkevich is the lead applications engineer for Omega Optical, where he has wrangled photons, operated coating chambers, and performed thin-film design over his nearly 20-year career.

Washkevich puts this broad base of expertise and curiosity to work providing timely and novel solutions to customers in the life sciences, industrial, MilAero and semiconductor markets. He enjoys working shoulder-to-shoulder with instrument designers to prioritize performance, time-to-market, and cost effective solutions.




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