January 19 - 22, 2021 Online. FREE Registration.
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Photonics Spectra Conference 2021

COMSOL Inc.XONOX Technology Inc.
20
January
Optics
KEYNOTE
How Current Trends in Optics Are Lighting the Path to Turn Science Fiction into Science Fact
Jessica DeGroote Nelson (OPTIMAX Systems)
A Practical Approach to Inverse-Designed Photonics
Jelena Vuckovic (Stanford University)
A Proposed US Standard for Laser Damage Performance
Jonathan W. Arenberg (Northrop Grumman)
A Virtual Tour of Holographic Combiner Elements Targeting HUD/AR Applications
Pierre-Alexandre Blanche (University of Arizona)
Colorimetry: A Primer on the Science of Color Measurement
Jessy Hosken (Radiant Vision Systems)
Freeform Surfaces: Resolving Manufacturing Challenges
Max Schwade (Satisloh)
Important Considerations When Designing Optics for Manufacturability
Kenny Rains (LaCroix Optics)
IR Optics: Efficient Testing Throughout the Manufacturing Process
Patrik Langehanenberg (Trioptics), Christian Domagalski (Trioptics)
Leveraging Micro- and Nanofabrication Techniques to Advance Optical Interference Coatings
Garrett D. Cole (Thorlabs Crystalline Solutions)
Metrology in Optics Manufacturing and Optical System Assembly
Kate Medicus (Ruda-Cardinal)
Multiband and Multizone Filters and Their Applications
Jason Palidwar (Iridian)
Optical Fabrication
Jie Qiao (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Optical Systems Design: Top 10 Specification Considerations
Julie Bentley (University of Rochester)
Optics Education and the Workforce
Alexis Vogt (Monroe Community College)
Organic Small-Molecule Integrated Photonics
Andrea Armani (University of Southern California)
Polymer Optics
Speaker/Company TBA
Removing Metrology Bottlenecks in Volume Lens Manufacturing
Frank DeWitt (XONOX)
Superpolished Optics: Fabrication and Metrology
Jayson Nelson (Edmund Optics), Shawn Iles (Edmund Optics)



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