The multitude of interesting developments in the Baltic Photonics Cluster companies have been presented in the newsletter for the past two quarters.
24 – 26 of August, 2020
The 3rd International Conference “Biophotonics-Riga” will follow the traditions of the first two conferences held in 2013 and 2017. It will take place in the brand new campus of University of Latvia. Invited and regular oral reports will be presented along with the poster session where the best student poster will be awarded.
The main topics:
* Biomedical tissue imaging
* Optical clinical diagnostics and monitoring
* Skin optics and spectroscopy
A few weeks later than usual, but the 3rd quarterly newsletter of the Baltic Photonics Cluster in now online in this website. The newsletter focuses on the Baltic Photonics event in Vilnius.
The 2nd Baltic Photonics business-to-business meeting took place from the 8th to 10th of October in Visoriai Information Technology Park (VITP), Vilnius. The format of the event gives each participant a chance to present their collaboration needs and capabilities and leaves enough time and freedom to have effective business-to-business meetings after the main program. More than 50 participants from ~10 countries clearly indicate that such format is suitable and interesting for not only Baltic photonics stakeholders, but also for companies from surrounding area.
The event was organized in the largest part by VITP and has clearly fulfilled its role as a great place to establish firm business to business contacts which are useful for the Lithuanian and Baltic photonics ecosystem.
Detailed program can be found at https://vitp.lt/en/baltic-photonics/
The Nordic branch of Hamamatsu Photonics has joined the Baltic Photonics Cluster as the 24th member. Although based in Kista, Sweden, the company Hamamatsu Photonics Norden AB is active in the Baltic States (in addition to Nordic countries, Russia and CIS) and is the first non-Baltic member to join the cluster. BPC welcomes its newest member Hamamatsu Photonics!!!
The pdf file containing the newsletter can be downloaded from the following link.
BPC member Eventech has invites interested parties to join their workshop.
Eventech is organising Workshop in order to find possible joint project opportunities together with world class experts on 4-5 of July.
This workshop will cover such topics as: LiDARS, Gyroscopes, CubeSats, Fibers links for Optical Time Transfer, Satellite Constellation Time Transfer and synchronization, as well as instrumentation for: Gravity, Interferometry, Quantum communication.
It is organized prior to the last Latvian ESA PECS call in order to provide information about industry, technological tendencies and possibility to have join project with Eventech.
The following experts will be responsible for each topic:
1) LIDARS– Prof. David Rees
2) Gyroscope – Prof. Caterina Ciminelli
3) Fibers links for Optical Time Transfer – Mr. E. Murphy
4) Satellite Constellations, Time Transfer and synchronization – Mr. D. Mignolo (ESA)
5) Instrumentation for: Gravity, Interferometry, Quantum comm. – Mr. B. Leone (ESA)
Additionally, we have Ex-ESA head of Optics department who will lead the event.
We highly suggest to all Universities, Research Institutions, SME’s which are working in these or cross-correlating fields to participate, also there will be a chance to make presentation in order to show your achievements and capabilities.
Express your interest till 07.06.2019 by contacting Pavels Razmajevs.
The Baltic Photonics Cluster news and plans are published in the 1st quarterly newsletter of 2019. Link.
The 4th quarterly newsletter of the cluster is online, having information on some new developments of the members and well as past activities of the quarter.
Baltic Photonics Cluster has been joined by another Latvian high technology photonics company Ceram Optec SIA. The company resides in Livani and their main area of activity is manufacture of various fibre optics. Among other things, their competence allows for creating specific unconventional (rectangular, hexagonal, etc) core shapes and also UV-solarization resistant fibres.