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SPIE Photonics West 2014

01 Feb 2014 - 06 Feb 2014 - San Francisco, CA, USA



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SPIE Photonics West is the largest and most influential conference for biophotonics, biomedical optics, industrial lasers, optoelectronics, microfabrication, optical MEMs, and green photonics. Photonics West includes the entire spectrum of light-driven technologies and attracts researchers and product developers from around the world. SPIE Photonics West has five renowned symposia, 4,600 R&D presentations, as well as two of the most important laser and biomedical optics exhibitions in the industry.

 + BiOS – Biomedical Optics

 + LASE – Lasers and Applications

 + MOEMS-MEMS – Micro and Nanofabrication

 + OPTO – Optoelectronic Materials, Devices, and Applications

  + GREEN PHOTONICSPapers on the latest research in photonics applications in the areas of energy, sustainability, and conservation will be selected from OPTO, LASE, and MOEMS-MEMS

SPIE Photonics West Exhibition is the premier photonics and laser event. With more than 1,234 companies in 2013, this exhibition continues to be the flagship event to find the latest products, tools, and applications for your research or business needs.

Technologies you will see:

 + Lasers and Other Light Sources

 + Laser Accessories, Laser Systems

 + Cameras and CCD Components

 + Fiber Optic Components, Equipment, Systems

 + Optical Components

 + Communication

 + Optical Detectors

 + High Speed Imaging and Sensing

 + Optical Materials and Substrates

 + IR Sources and Detectors

 + Electronic Imaging Components

 + Optical Coatings

 + Lenses and Filters

 + Positions and mounts

 + Metrology

 

Exhibition Dates and Hours:

 + Tuesday 4 February – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

 + Wednesday 5 February– 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

 + Thursday 6 February – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm


BiOS Expo is the world's largest biomedical optics and biophotonics exhibition. BiOS Expo, held Saturday and Sunday, kicks off the Photonics West week. Find the latest technologies from 235 suppliers in the thriving biomedical optics and photonics industries.

Technologies you will see:

 + Biomedical optics components, products, instrumentation, and applications

+ Lasers

+ Molecular imaging

+ Therapeutic lasers

+ Nano/biophotonics

+ Biosensors

+ Spectroscopic/microscopic imaging

Exhibition Dates and Hours:

Saturday 1 February

12:00 noon to 5:00 pm

Sunday 2 February

10:00 am to 5:00 p



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