We are proud to introduce our first Spring-Summer 2020 photonic webinar series and are offering 17 different beginner and advanced topics. Please feel free to browse our schedule of topics and we hope that you find at least one that interests you. We invite you to sign up for as many webinars as you like.
|Event Name||Photonics Webinar Series|
|Schedule||May 26, 2020-August 18, 2020|
|Venue||Join us on WebEx - 1:00 PM EDT/10 AM PDT|
|Official site||Register Now|
May 26th, Tuesday at 1 PM: Introduction to photodetectors: part 1, presenter Slawomir Piatek. | View archived webinar
May 28th, Thursday at 1 PM: Introduction to photodetectors: part 2, presenter Slawomir Piatek. | View archived webinar
June 2nd, Tuesday at 1 PM: Solid state automotive LiDAR: physics principles, design challenges, and new developments, presenter Slawomir Piatek. | View archived webinar
June 4th, Thursday at 1 PM: Photodetection in flow cytometry, presenter Slawomir Piatek. | View archived webinar
June 9th, Tuesday at 1 PM: General image sensors and spectrometers, presenter John Gilmore. | View archived webinar
June 11th, Thursday at 1 PM: Understanding spectrometer signal-to-noise ratio, presenter John Gilmore. | View archived webinar
June 23rd, Tuesday at 1 PM: An encounter with light generating devices, presenter Eric Mesa. | View archived webinar
June 25th, Thursday at 1 PM: X-Ray technology for NDT applications, presenter Andrew Fay. | View archived webinar
June 30th, Tuesday at 1 PM: Introduction to image sensors, presenter Slawomir Piatek. | View archived webinar
July 2nd, Thursday at 1 PM: See beyond visible: short wavelength infrared introduction and applications, presenter Albert Tu. | View archived webinar
July 9th, Thursday at 11 AM: Panel discussion on the use of digital pathology for remote diagnosis, facilitator Scott Blakely. | View archived webinar
July 14th, Tuesday at 1 PM: Extreme ultraviolet light sources supporting next-generation lithography, presenter Sam Gunnell. | View archived webinar
July 16th, Thursday at 1 PM: Advances in testing and calibration of modern optical sensors, presenter Bill Grube. | View archived webinar
July 21st, Tuesday at 1 PM:Challenge of circuitry to a successful image sensor implementation, presenter Lu Cheng. | View archived webinar
July 23rd, Thursday at 1 PM: Do dim things: why low light imaging capabilities enable advances in research and medicine, presenter Stephanie Fullerton. | View archived webinar
July 28h, Tuesday at 1 PM: Introduction to infrared detectors, presenter Slawomir Piatek. | View archived webinar
July 30th, Thursday at 1 PM: Navigating the MIR market: applications, product options, and developments, presenter Gary Spingarn. | View archived webinar
August 11th, Tuesday at 1 PM: MPPC & SPAD: future of photon counting detectors, presenter Slawomir Piatek.
August 18th, Tuesday at 1 PM: Using SNR simulation to select a photodetector, presenter Dino Butron.
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