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Das Thema ›Tailo­red Opti­cal Fibers‹ wird auf zahl­rei­chen inter­na­tio­na­len Kon­fe­ren­zen und Mes­sen prä­sen­tiert. Eine Über­sicht dazu fin­den Sie hier. Die inhalt­li­che Betei­li­gung der TOF Bünd­nis­part­ner ist jeweils hervorgehoben.

Dar­über hin­aus wird es eine Liste der Kon­fe­renz­bei­träge und Ver­öf­fent­li­chun­gen geben.

Konferenz- und Messetermine

Sep
18
Mo
2017
ECOC 2017
Sep 18 – Sep 22 ganz­tä­gig

The lar­gest con­fe­rence on opti­cal com­mu­ni­ca­tion in Europe and one of the lar­gest and most pres­ti­gious events in this field worldwide.

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Sep
19
Di
2017
ENOVA Paris
Sep 19 – Sep 21 ganz­tä­gig

Betei­lig­ter Bündnispartner:

Okt
4
Mi
2017
Inter­Opto
Okt 4 – Okt 6 ganz­tä­gig

Betei­lig­ter Bündnispartner:

Okt
11
Mi
2017
Work­shop on Spe­cialty Opti­cal Fiber and Their App­li­ca­ti­ons (WSOF’2017)
Okt 11 – Okt 13 ganz­tä­gig

The 5th Work­shop on Spe­cialty Opti­cal Fiber and Their App­li­ca­ti­ons (WSOF’2017) is a tech­ni­cal work­shop and exhi­bit on advan­ces and inno­va­tions in the field of spe­cialty opti­cal fibers and their app­li­ca­ti­ons. Fol­lo­wing the four pre­vious work­shops in the series, it brings toge­ther stu­dents and rese­ar­chers from aca­de­mia and indus­try, with an inte­rest in fiber optics.

The three day event will offer ple­nary, tuto­rial and invi­ted talks, as well as con­tri­bu­ted and pos­ter papers. Indus­trial part­ners are invi­ted to exhi­bit their latest tech­no­logy and pro­duct offerings.

Main scope and Topics
This work­shop is inten­ded to report on the latest advan­ces and inno­va­tions in spe­cialty opti­cal fibers.

  • Advan­ces and new deve­lop­ments in spe­cialty fibers
  • Pho­to­nic crys­tal fibers, Micro­st­ruc­tu­red fibers
  • Fiber lasers
  • Novel Mate­ri­als and New Functions
  • Non­linear optics
  • Spe­cial fiber com­pon­ents and applications
  • Fiber sen­sors
  • Indus­trial applications

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Okt
16
Mo
2017
SPIE Opti­fab
Okt 16 – Okt 19 ganz­tä­gig

Opti­fab, orga­ni­zed jointly by SPIE and APOMA, is the lar­gest opti­cal manu­fac­tu­ring con­fe­rence and exhi­bi­tion held in North Ame­rica. This is the pre­mier event to meet with top com­pa­nies and to learn about the latest opti­cal fabri­ca­tion technologies.

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Okt
22
So
2017
Inter­na­tio­nal Con­fe­rence on Fron­tiers of Opti­cal Coa­tings @ Guang­zhou, Guang­dong, China
Okt 22 – Okt 26 ganz­tä­gig

The con­fe­rence is orga­ni­zed every three years, and brings toge­ther glo­bal sci­en­tist, stu­dents and tech­ni­ci­ans in the field of opti­cal coa­tings. It is one of the top-level plat­form for pre­sen­ting latest trends ran­ging from fun­da­men­tal rese­arch inclu­ding nano-struc­­tures, new mate­ri­als and coa­ting depo­si­tion pro­ces­ses to the novel app­li­ca­ti­ons for opti­cal instru­ments, dis­plays, high power lasers, and space missions.

Nov
12
So
2017
MIMAS WORKSHOP – Next gene­ra­tion fiber tech­no­logy – per­spec­tives and road­map @ Abbe Cen­ter of Pho­to­nics
Nov 12 – Nov 14 ganz­tä­gig
What can we expect from Laser tech­no­logy in future? What kind of pre-tech­­ni­que respec­tive deter­mi­ning fac­tors we will need for new app­li­ca­tion fields? And how can we achieve such goals? To dis­cuss the chal­len­ges in dif­fe­rent app­li­ca­ti­ons and mar­kets, the work­shop will bring world-lea­­ding experts toge­ther, to derive a road­map for the next deve­lop­ments requi­red in fiber tech­no­logy.

The work­shop will be see­ded by several key­note pre­sen­ta­ti­ons given by desi­gna­ted experts from indus­try and sci­ence to out­line the cur­rent state but also to empha­sise their visi­ons and requi­re­ments on the next gene­ra­tion fiber tech­no­logy in that ope­ra­tion field. These pre­sen­ta­ti­ons will sti­mu­late in-depth dis­cus­sions of tech­ni­cal aspects in working groups. The results will be published in a white paper and also pre­sen­ta­ted at the SPIE Pho­to­nics West in San Fran­cisco (Janu­ary 2018), sum­ma­ri­zing our efforts and con­tai­ning a deri­ved fiber tech­no­logy road­map for the next 10 years. If you have exper­tise in one of the areas Fiber tech­no­logy (design and manu­fac­tu­ring), Mate­ri­als, Theory or Fiber laser sys­tem inte­gra­tion, bring them into the working and dis­cus­sion ses­si­ons to get a most accu­rate pic­ture of what chal­len­ges and pos­si­bi­li­ties are to be expec­ted.

PROGRAM

Sunday 12th November

5.00 pm Wel­come & Recep­tion
Introduction

7.00 pm Come toge­ther

Mon­day, 13th November

8:30 am Sci­ence Cases
Infor­ma­tion tech­no­logy
Dr. Shaif-ul Alam, Uni­ver­sity Sout­hamp­ton
Pro­duc­tion /​​ mate­rial pro­ces­sing
Dr. Bert­hold Schmidt, TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG
Fun­da­men­tal rese­arch
Dr. Georg Korn, ELI Beam­li­nes
Life sci­ence and sen­sing
Prof. Jürgen Popp, Leib­niz Insti­tute for Pho­to­nic Technology

2.00 pm Work­shops
Theory
• Mate­ri­als
Fiber tech­no­logy (Design and manu­fac­tu­ring)
Fiber laser sys­tem integration

8.00 pm Dinner

Tues­day, 14th November

9:00 am Sum­mary of Workshop

10.00 am Sum­mary and Lab-Tour »Fiber Tech­no­logy Center«

 

MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION»

Nov
14
Di
2017
Sci­ence Pho­to­nics Fair 2017
Nov 14 – Nov 16 ganz­tä­gig
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Nov
15
Mi
2017
Tailo­red Opti­cal Fibers @ Abbe Cen­ter Beu­ten­berg
Nov 15 ganz­tä­gig
INTRO

Lea­ding com­pa­nies and rese­arch insti­tu­ti­ons have teamed up in the regio­nal TOF alli­ance to deve­lop and mar­ket tailo­red opti­cal fibers for future app­li­ca­ti­ons. The sha­red vision, the objec­tives and first results of their coope­ra­tion will be pre­sen­ted in the first public work­shop of TOF in Jena.

Fur­ther­more, the alli­ance is proud to wel­come inter­na­tio­nal experts from indus­try and rese­arch for an high-level exchange on the latest deve­lop­ments, tech­ni­ques and products.

TARGET GROUP

The work­shop will gather experts from indus­try and sci­ence to intro­duce the com­mu­nity to the TOF alli­ance, to explore syn­er­gies with exis­ting pro­jects, wit­hin and bey­ond TOF and to dis­cuss future chal­len­ges on the topic.

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PROGRAM
Novem­ber 14, 2017

Wel­come Recep­tion

Meet the mem­bers of the TOF alli­ance, the speakers and guests and make new con­tacts at our Wel­come Recep­tion. Enjoy food and drinks on the top of the Jen­to­wer.  

7 pm SCALA Pan­ora­ma­ban­kett Jena

Novem­ber 15, 2017

8:30 Registration

9:00 Wel­come
Hart­mut Bar­telt & Eric Lind­ner TOF Alli­ance

9:15 Ope­ning Address
Hans-Peter Hiepe Ger­man Federal Minis­try of Edu­ca­tion & Rese­arch (soli­ci­ted)

9:30 Ses­sion 1 ROBUST OPTICAL FIBERS
As part of the TOF activi­ties the pro­ject robust fiber deve­lops new mate­ri­als and tech­no­lo­gies nee­ded for the indus­trial manu­fac­tu­ring of fibers sui­ta­ble for extreme envi­ron­ments and highly deman­ding app­li­ca­ti­ons. An over­view and first results of the pro­ject will be pre­sen­ted.
Chair: Jür­gen Rosen­kranz › j-fiber Jena, Germany

Rug­ged opti­cal fibers for dis­tri­bu­ted tem­pe­ra­ture sen­sing under rough con­di­ti­ons
André Hertwig  Save­way Lan­ge­wie­sen, Germany

Che­mi­cal and phy­si­cal pro­per­ties of non-oxide fibers
Johann Tro­les Uni­ver­sity of Ren­nes, France

Opti­cal Fibers for harsh envi­ron­ments
Dev­in­der Saini  Fiber­guide Indus­tries, USA

10:30 Exhi­bi­tion & Cof­fee Break

11:00 Ses­sion 2 FIBER-BASED LIGHT SOURCES
Wit­hin the TOF activi­ties, pro­ject 2 deve­lops inno­va­tive light sources based on novel micro- and nano­st­ruc­tu­red opti­cal fibers. This ses­sion pro­vi­des fur­t­her details on the pro­ject tar­gets and pres­ents rela­ted infor­ma­tion on cur­r­ently used novel light sources in indus­try and rese­arch.
Chair: Tho­mas Gab­ler › LASOS GmbH Jena, Germany

White­light Laser in Modern Micro­scopy
Hil­mar Gugel Leica Micro­sys­tems CMS Mann­heim, Germany

Ultrab­road spec­tral broa­de­ning using non­linear micro­st­ruc­ture fibre
Nico­las Joly  Max Planck Insti­tute for the Sci­ence of Light Erlan­gen, Germany

Opti­mi­zed power sup­plies for fiber-based light sources
Simon Schwin­ger  LEJ Lighting & Elec­tro­nics JENA, Germany

12:00 Gui­ded Exhi­bi­tion Tour & Lunch

13:30 Ses­sion 3  FIBER-BASED SENSOR SYSTEMS
TOF activi­ties in pro­ject 3 works on new sen­sor con­cepts based on micro struc­tu­red fibers and hol­low core fibers to enable multi-sen­­sor app­li­ca­ti­ons. An over­view and first results of the pro­ject will be pre­sen­ted. The ses­sion dis­cus­ses fiber requi­re­ments requi­red for dif­fe­rent app­li­ca­ti­ons such as DTS, Spec­tro­scopy and Shape sen­sing.
Chair: Chris­tian Voigt­län­der › FBGS Tech­no­lo­gies Jena, Germany

Mul­ti­core Draw Tower Gra­ting (DTG®) sen­sors for the mea­su­rement of deflec­tion and shape
Eric Lind­ner FBGS Tech­no­lo­gies Jena, Germany

Inno­va­tive Fiber Opti­cal Sen­sor Solu­ti­ons – Data Source for Digi­ta­li­za­tion in Elec­tri­cal Power Gene­ra­tion
Michael Willsch  SIEMENS Erlan­gen, Ger­many

The »But­ter­fly Fibre Effect« in Com­po­site Mate­ri­als
Fran­cis Bergh­mans  Vrije Uni­ver­sit­eit Brussels, Belgium

14:30 Exhi­bi­tion & Cof­fee Break

15:00 Ses­sion 4  LUMINOUS FIBER-BASED TEXTILE FABRICS
In ses­sion 4 an over­view on the TOF activi­ties in pro­ject 4 is pre­sen­ted: Pro­cessa­bi­lity and use of glass-based opti­cal fibers in tex­tile pro­ducts for illu­mi­na­tion pur­po­ses pro­vide a com­plete new approach and requi­re­ment for opti­cal fiber manu­fac­tu­ring. Both, poten­tial app­li­ca­ti­ons such as in auto­mo­tive or indus­trial tex­ti­les as well as the chal­len­ges of indus­trial inte­gra­tion of light sources in fabrics are dis­cus­sed in this ses­sion.
Chair: Klaus Rich­ter › ITP Wei­mar, Germany

Intro­duc­tion of modern inva­sive and non-inva­­sive medi­cal the­ra­pies with laser tech­no­logy 
Rai­ner Sauer­bier intros Medi­cal Laser, Germany

User per­spec­tives: Tech­no­lo­gi­cal demands & future chal­len­ges 
Exchange & discussion

16:00 Clo­sing
Hart­mut Bar­telt & Eric Lind­ner TOF Alliance

ATTENDANCE FEE
Atten­dees will be expec­ted to meet their own costs for tra­vel and accom­mo­da­tion. No regis­tra­tion fee is requi­red for speakers and ses­sion leaders. 

290 € regu­lar
190 € for mem­bers of the Ger­man Net­works for Opti­cal Tech­no­lo­gies
39 € for stu­dents (stu­dent ID required)

(no VAT inclu­ded accord­ing to §4 Nr. 22a UStG)

EXHIBITION
Take the chance and pre­sent your latest tech­no­lo­gies and pro­ducts to the work­shop audi­ence. The exhi­bi­tion will be held in the foyer of the Abbe Cen­ter of Pho­to­nics, right next to the dining area and the ent­rance to the audi­to­rium. The exhi­bi­tion fee is 300 EUR. Exhi­bi­tion space will be limited.

PAYMENT
After your regis­tra­tion we will pre­pare your invoice and send it to the email address you men­tio­ned in your regis­tra­tion. If you have spe­cial requi­re­ments for your accoun­ting (e.g. order num­bers or adres­ses), please send us an email wit­hin the next 5 days. Cash payment onsite is unfor­tu­n­a­tely not pos­si­ble. For any ques­tion don’t hesi­tate to con­tact us.

WORKSHOP LOCATION
Abbe Cen­ter Beu­ten­berg of Pho­to­nics  | 07745 Jena, Germany

DIRECTIONS
Par­king space is limi­ted at the venue. We recom­mend to use public trans­port lines. From Jena city cen­ter use buses 10, 13, 40 and get off at Beu­ten­berg Cam­pus.

HOTEL INFORMATION
For the con­ve­ni­ence of our atten­dees we have reser­ved con­tin­gents with spe­cial pri­zed rooms at the best hotels in Jena.

STEIGENBERGER ESPLANADE
The hotel Stei­gen­ber­ger Espla­nade lies in a quiet part of the city cen­ter.
Price per Night: 105,00 Euro
URL/​​Booking: Stei­gen­ber­ger Espla­nade Jena | reservations@jena.steigenberger.de
Key­word: OptoNet

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The work­shop is sup­por­ted by the Ger­man Minis­try of Edu­ca­tion & Rese­arch (BMBF).

       

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