WORKSHOP, ADVANCES IN DESIGN, FABRICATION AND APPLICATIONS OF FREE-FORM MICRO-OPTICS, June 08 – 09, 2021.
The workshop focusses on the evaluation of the available technologies for production of polymer and hybrid micro-optics, and the advances of direct laser writing, two-photon polymerization and microreplication technologies for industrial production of custom and freeform optical surfaces. The workshop will present the challenges and opportunities of the PHABULOuS Pilot Line, and the results of PHENOmenon project, but it will be also open for key players in the field to promote discussion and exchange between worldwide researchers, and identify the path towards industrial implementation and new applications. After each morning session, a networking session is organized to allow on-demand exchanges towards future exchanges and collaborations and flourishing of new research and business opportunities among the participants.
Day 1/ Tuesday, 8 June 2021, 09.00 – 11.30 will be focussed on TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP & NETWORKING.
Day 2/ Wednesday, 9 June 2021, 09.00 – 11.30 will be focussed on APPLICATIONS WORKSHOP & NETWORKING.
Multiphoton Optics' CEO Dr. Benedikt Stender will be contributing with the talk
"Boosting 3D Lithography with dynamic parallel fabrication" to the workshop.
Day 1, June 8, Talk 5 in "Session 2 - Technology Talks" (from 9:40 am to 11 am)
For more information on the workshop program and for registration please click here.
About The PHENOmenon Project:
PHENOmenon will develop and validate an integral manufacturing approach (material, process and technology) for large area direct laser writing of 2D and 3D optical structures, targeting high speed production of optical surfaces with subwavelength resolution, using nonlinear absorption. Developments in photochemistry and laser beam forming will allow producing structures at different scales (100 nm to 10 microns). An unprecedented productivity in freeform fabrication of 3D structures will trigger the manufacturing of new and powerful optostructures with applications in lighting, displays, sensing, etc.
Multiphoton Optics is partner in the PHENOmenon project and receives funding from the by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 780278. PHENOmenon project is an initiative of the Photonics Public Private Partnership. The project comprises 12 partners from 5 different countries and receives a total funding of 3.9 M€.
Further information on the PHENOmenon project can be found here: http://www.phenomenonproject.eu/
PHABULOµS objective is to accelerate the validation of technologies & processes (with selected use cases), to validate the services of the pilot line (with pilot cases) and eventually establish a unique legal entity as one-stop shop.
Further information on PHABULOµS project can be found here: https://phabulous.eu/project/