EVENT 11 August 2020

Aachen Polymer Optics Days

Aachen, Germany   Program with 4 exciting topics:   Materials in optics manufacturing Tool and mold making for optical applications Injection molded optics Metrology and optical systems The spectrum of...


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Aachen, Germany

 

Program with 4 exciting topics:

 

  • Materials in optics manufacturing
  • Tool and mold making for optical applications
  • Injection molded optics
  • Metrology and optical systems

The spectrum of optical plastic components is constantly expanding to include innovative manufacturing technologies, materials and products. The aim of the conference is to take up material-related as well as technology-oriented and application-related aspects and to examine them against the background of current trends and questions in the field of polymer optics.

 

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21 April 2020



References

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References

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Lunch lecture March hosted by…

Title: Development of the SPEXone spectropolarimeter instrument, the Dutch contribution to the NASA PACE satellite observatory By Alexander Eigenraam, senior mechanical design engineer at SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research...

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