OPD2022 – New networking features for registered visitors!

The annual Photonics Finland Main Event, Optics and Photonics Days (OPD) 2022 will be held 6. – 8. September 2022 in Tampere, Finland! Industry program and Invited speakers are just released, also submissions and early bird registration is open. Find out more Here.

New networking features for registered participants!

This year OPD2022 networking features are mode advanced! When registering to the OPD2022 event in conftool all participants are able to choose if they would be visible in the official list of participants but also if they would like to be open for contacting (Image 1).

Image 1. New networking features allows visitors to be visible in the participants list but also contacting each other.

In the participant personal profile there is a lot of details that can be added based on the preference, from the basic contact details to webpage, social media channels, interests, personal cv and profile photo. The list of other participants is available only if the registering participant has accepted to appear on the official list of participants (image 2 and 3).

Image 2. The view from registered participants list for others.
Image 3. The list of other participants will be available only if the registering participant has accepted to be visible as well.

When other participants clicks your profile on the list, the full profile opens (image 4).

Image 4. When others select the visible profiles on the list of participants they can view the information that registered person has been added.

For Exhibitors: Invite your visitors to OPD-exhibition!

For exhibitors OPD2022 provides also new possibility to invite Visitors on the 8th September during 11.00 and until 15.00 Exhibition hours. During these hours all the visitors can enter to the exhibition free of charge but the registration is needed to be done in conftool (image 5).

Image 5. All 8th of September Exhibition Visitors needs to register in conftool and select the option “Free events only”.

Posted by Tuukka Pakarinen