nanofab POM, Nanofabrication Photonics Online Meetup, May 16 – 18, 2021.
nanofab POM is an online conference on micro- and nanofabrication of photonic devices. The program will feature tutorials (1-hour presentation from world-leading researchers), invited talks, flash talks (10 minute talks selected from submitted abstracts) and a career panel regarding the topic "Can you do nanofabrication for a living?". The conference is organized in part by our colleagues from Heidelberg Instruments Nano, Switzerland.
This conference is free for everyone to attend.
Our Application Engineer Willi Mantei will be giving the talk
Multiphoton Optics’ Two-Photon Polymerization (TPP) Technology for Next Generation Micro-Optics and Photonic Devices
day, May 17, 2021 (time schedule tbc).
To learn more about the event and for registration please visit nanofab-pom.com.
About Heidelberg Instruments and Heidelberg Instruments Nano:
Heidelberg Instruments designs, develops, and manufactures maskless laser lithography systems for the fabrication of micro-structures, serving the global photolithography community in both the direct writing field and in photomask production. Application areas include MEMS, micro-optics, advanced packaging (3DIC), IC, flat panel displays (FPD), micro-fluidics, sensors, and other analog and digital electronic components. Our systems are used in more than 50 countries in Research and Development, rapid prototyping, and industrial production.
Heiidelberg Instruments Nano is located in Zurich, Switzerland and excels in their field of expertise of Scanning Thermal Probe Lithography (STPL), a technology realized with their NanoFrazor systems. They provide customers with their tools in the Nano- and Microlithography field. In the NanoFrazor, heatable silicon tips are used for direct patterning of arbitrary 2D and 3D nanostructures and for simultaneous imaging of the tiny resulting nanostructures.