2016 Exhibition

The following companies were present at the exhibition area 2016:

AvantesAvantes is the leading innovator in the development and application of fiber optic spectroscopy instruments and systems with over two decades of experience developing customer-defined spectrometer configurations. With a long history of consulting with clients across diverse industries and applications, Avantes is an experienced partner, equipped to guide customers who want a solution tailored to their application and research needs. By building best in class, spectrometers and providing second-to-none customer service, Avantes offers customers the peace of mind that the Avantes solutions they purchase will meet, and exceed, their expectations.
COHR logo_black Aug 2012 (002)Coherent serves the growing segment of Life Sciences in research and clinical applications as well as medical and therapeutical applications with advanced cost effective photonics solutions including lasers and beam delivery components. Our mission is to enable and advance applications by leveraging our leadership in innovation for applications such as flow cytometry, cell sorting, microscopy, DNA sequencing and retinal scanning. Our key technologies in this segment include our Optically Pumped Semiconductor Lasers (OPSL) as well as diode laser systems and solutions for beam shaping and beam delivery including fiber technology.
CST_rgb_400pxCST develops and markets high performance software for the simulation of electromagnetic fields in all frequency bands. Its success is based on the implementation of leading edge technology in a user-friendly interface. CST’s customers are market leaders in industries as diverse as Telecommunications, Defense, Automotive, Electronics, and Medical Equipment. Today CST employs 280 sales, development, and support personnel, and enjoys a leading position in the high frequency 3D EM simulation market.
Fraunhofer IWSThe Fraunhofer IWS conducts applied research and development in the field of laser and surface technology.

Our core activities cover a wide range of areas such as laser welding, cutting, coating, hardening and cleaning as well as surface and thin film technology, vapor deposition, process monitoring and nano particle technology.

IPICWe are a Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centre that brings together over 100 researchers from the Tyndall National Institute, Cork Institute of Technology, Dublin City University and University College Cork to develop new light enabled technologies. Our work focuses on developing the next generation of highly-compact and miniaturised photonics technologies in order to tackle some of society’s greatest challenges, especially in the areas of Information Communications Technology (ICT) and Health.
LinkraLinkra provides manufacturing services for microwave, optical and photonic modules either on a build to print or build to spec approach. Linkra is appreciated for its high quality and cost efficient manufacturing solutions. This includes Prototyping and Preseries, Components and Modules assembly and testing, Packaging service and System integration. Linkra broadened its competencies towards Photonic technology to meet the next technological needs of its clients, by investing in the fields of: Photonic components and modules development and production, Opto-Electronic Integration and packaging of components and modules based on all platforms, Tunable lasers.
nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologiesnanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies GmbH is the technology leader for distributed feedback lasers for high-precision gas sensing in industry and research. We design and produce monomode laser diodes (760 nm – 3000 nm), interband cascade lasers (3000 nm – 6000 nm) and quantum cascade lasers (6000 nm – 14000 nm). Based on more than 15 years of experience, we support our customers with extensive engineering know-how, OEM solutions and various technological services. Our devices operate reliably in more than 20.000 installations worldwide.
Ocean-OpticsOcean Optics is more than a spectroscopy company. Ocean Optics is a company rooted in the opportunities enabled by new optical measurement technologies, active in nearly every market, industry and aspect of life. We began as a small group of scientists with a single measurement challenge and today we are a global photonics enterprise, yet we remain grounded in the moment when people, ideas and technology come together to solve a problem. It is this affinity with the people and technology we work with, combined with a never-ending desire to improve, that inspires us.
QUANTEL LASER logo_fond blanc_2605x2605Since 1970, Quantel is a recognized expert in the manufacturing of solid-state laser and fiber laser systems for scientific, military, industrial and medical applications.
Our customers are the driving force of our research, development and product innovations.
We provide reliable, technologically advanced laser systems to help you to achieve your specific goals.
VTT logoVTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd is the leading research and technology company in the Nordic countries. VTT has a national mandate in Finland. We use our research and knowledge to provide expert services for our domestic and international customers and partners. We serve both private and public sectors.
We have 73 years’ experience supporting our clients growth with top-level research and science-based results.
Tyndall-Logo-RGB_0Tyndall Wireless Sensor Systems

The Wireless Sensors Network (WSN) team is developing a range of ISM band wireless sensing systems for deployment in the environment around us focusing on the key areas of the environment and fitness and health.

R&D is focussed on the use of these wireless sensing systems in the monitoring of energy consumption in the buildings, wearable systems for the monitoring of movement and various physiological parameters, environmental monitoring and more.

Tyndall-Logo-RGB_0Micro/nano devices and systems

Over the last 40 years, the silicon semiconductor industry has been driven by “ Moore’s Law” which states that the number of transistors on a silicon chip will double roughly every two years. This has been enabled by high volume manufacturing of reduced geometry structures which has resulted in digital circuits with critical dimensions in the nanometre size range, and with enormously-increased performances and functionalities relative to those obtained even a few years ago. This ongoing development of integrated micro/nanoelectronic solutions requires significant advances in materials and processes to overcome the dimensional limitations imposed by current technologies thereby enabling the definition and control of structures and devices at the nanoscale.

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