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.
The newsletter contains conclusions of NOP2018 event and some news from BPC members.
Photonics Stakeholders around the Baltic Sea are invited to take part in a direct business to business meeting in Vilnius on the 17th and 18th October 2018. There is very limited seating available, so if You want to join please find out who You want to meet with (invite) and read for the preliminary agenda and register via the following link.
2nd quarterly newsletter of 2018 for BPC focuses on some interesting developments with Photonics Finland and brings to our attention new products and news from BPC members.
All relevant photonics stakeholders got a chance to update their company information in the Baltic Photonics Catalogue. Slight modifications are still possible (let us know if something is off), but here is the latest version of the catalogue:
Baltic Photonics Catalogue
Baltic Photonics Cluster newsletter of Q1 2018 contains information on upcoming events and recent innovations from BPC members.
In 2018, the Swedish Optical Society in cooperation with PhotonicSweden arranges the joint conference “Northern Optics and Photonics” in Lund, Sweden with Prof. Joakim Bood, Div. of Combustion Physics, Lund University, as the General Chair.
The conference will take place from 12-14 September 2018 in Lund, Sweden. The conference will be accompanied with an exhibition of Optics and Photonics companies.
The abstract submission for oral and poster presentations is open.
Call for abstracts Northern Optics & Photonics 2018 (pdf file)
You can find the Q3_n_Q4_BPC_newsletter already on this website also.