Photonics for All webinar
April 14, 2021 @ 08:00 – 17:00
Finland has a lot of expertise for optical design, testing and manufacturing from 3D-printed optics, fiber optics, glass molding, optics film, optics welding and precision engineering. There are a lot of needs for optical expertise in Finnish industry but potential available is still quite unknown in Finland.
Photonics for All webinar is a full day event that collects all the Finnish optical experts together to show and discuss about the future opportunities for providing the gutting edge service and of course to network.
The event will be organized 14th April 2021 from 08.00 – 17.00 (EET) as a Zoom-webinar. Link will be sent to the registered quests 13th April.
Program – facilitated by the Photonics Finland and photonics flagship programme PREIN.
Moderated by Juha Purmonen
Future Photonics is made in Finland – Jyrki Saarinen, professor on Photonics Applications and Commercialization, UEF/Institute of Photonics
Fiber optics, Glass molding & manufactures sub-assemblies and assemblies of optical devices – Jyrki Huttunen, CEO, Oplatek Group
Glass optics & glass blowing processes – Juha Riikonen, CTO, Finnish Special Glass
Custom optics and optical components – Olli Herranen, Senop/Millog
ALD for Optics, John Rönn, Beneq
Measuring and fully automated testing, Janne Simonen, AR/VR Technical Lead, OptiFidelity
Camera module and image quality measurement, Pentti Väänänen, CEO, Nomicam
Glass Micro Bonding, SCHOTT Primoceler
Optical materials, Jukka Perento, CEO, Inkron
Nano and micro structured optical films, Veli-Pekka Leppänen, CEO Nanocmp
Photonics Flagship – PREIN partner services
- Optics and Photonics technology and services in VTT, Jussi Hiltunen, Research Professor, VTT
- 3D printed Photonics and free-form optics in UEF – Petri Karvinen, Research Manager, UEF/Institute of Photonics, 3D printing laboratory
- Optics in Tampere University
- Optics in Aalto University
- Dimond turning and precision engineering, Juha Väyrynen, Karelia university of applied sciences
ACTPHAST is a unique one-stop-shop solution for supporting photonics innovation, Matthieu Roussey, Professor, Local Outreach Coordinator – Finland in ACTPHAST
Sustainable Manufacturing Finland, Toni Mattila, Program manager, Business Finland
REGISTER HERE 13th April 2PM at the latest.
Event is free of charge and presentations / discussion language is English.
Themes for the day are:
- 3D printed optics
- Fiber optics
- Glass molded optics
- Optic films
- Optical testing
- Precision manufacturing
- Glass welding
- Optical design
- R&D for optics
- Optics materials
- micro and nanostructure films