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Time Venue Description

Änderungen vorbehalten

12.00 - 18.00 Marketplace

Foyer Grosser Stern
The Marketplace is the central networking area at micro photonics Preview. Delegates will find business points (exhibition), the registration area as well as the scientific posters. It is also an excellent meeting place to talk to other participants during the coffee and lunch breaks.

12.00 - 13.00 Marketplace Registration/Snacks/Networking in Marketplace
13.00 - 14.30 Room Hong Kong

2nd floor Grosser Stern
Plenum 1 - Micro Photonics Technologies

Today, the use of light as a tool has many applications, from mechanical engineering through the health care sector; photonic technologies offer efficient solutions in many areas. Different trends are interacting in the process. On the one hand, the increasing automation of production processes calls for the quick and precise measurement of process parameters. On the other hand, pressure to both innovate and reduce costs is leading to systems which are smaller and more complex - yet these systems must be extremely precise.

These trends have led to the development of miniaturized optical components. The adoption of know-how from semiconductor manufacturing makes it possible to manufacture the smallest industrial scale structures for the production of lasers and integrated optical components. The term “Micro Photonics” is the best way to describe these potential applications since many go beyond the threshold of classical optics.

The opening plenum will give an insight into latest technologies in Micro Photonics.

Session Chair
Prof. Roberta Ramponi (Italy), Institute for photonics and nanotechnologies Milan


Introduction
Prof. Roberta Ramponi (Italy), Institute for photonics and nanotechnologies Milan

Small form factor lens free microscopy for detection of particles, micro-organisms and proteins
Prof. Dr. Valerio Pruneri (Spain), ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences

ACTPHAST: Bringing micro-photonics innovation to European companies
Prof. Dr. Ir. Hugo Thienpont (Belgium), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, B-PHOT Brussels Photonics Team

Industrial Application of Three dimensional Photonic Crystal made with Colloidal Materials
Prof. Yoshihiro Takiguchi (Japan), The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries

Micro-Photonics as an enabler for nanophotonic-enhanced chips
Prof. Henri Benisty (France), Institut Optique Graduate School

14.30 - 15.00 Marketplace Coffee Break & Networking in Marketplace
15.00 - 16.00 Marketplace Postersession - Micro Photonics Technologies/ Biophotonics

This is an opportunity to take a look at the latest scientific work in the field of Micro Photonics. Graduates, Post-Graduates or project consortiums will have the chance to present their results. Within the Marketplace, the poster presenters will have the chance to interact with both congress attendees and exhibitors.

Session Chair
PD Dr. Thomas Mayerhöfer
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (IPHT)


16.00 - 16.30 Marketplace Coffee Break & Networking in Marketplace
16.30 - 18.00 Room Hong Kong Debate New Technologies/ Future Trends

The European Commission identified six important areas they believe Europe should have a leading part in: micro- and nanoelectronics, nanotechnology, industrial biotechnology, advanced materials, photonics, and advanced manufacturing technologies. Many European technology projects have been launched and prove how vital it is to bring science and solutions together. The Micro Photonics Future Trends Debate will have a look on the chances and opportunities for companies and gives an idea how miniaturized systems will explore new fields of application. Presenters will have 10 Minutes to present their technical innovation. The focus will be set on a lively discussion.

Session Chair
Dr. Andreas Thoss (Germany), THOSS Media GmbH


Impulse Talks

Disruptive innovation for enabling scaleable manufacturing
Dr. Markus Riester (Germany), maristechcon

Reproducable High Precision Injection Moulding & Applications for Health Care & Life Sciences
Kay-Uwe Klepzig (Germany), JENOPTIK Polymer Systems GmbH

Panelists

Dr. Markus Riester (Germany)
maristechcon

Kay-Uwe Klepzig (Germany)
JENOPTIK Polymer Systems GmbH

Prof. Dr. Valerio Pruneri (Spain)
ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences

Prof. Dr. Ir. Hugo Thienpont (Belgium)
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, B-PHOT Brussels Photonics Team

Prof. Henri Benisty (France)
Institut Optique Graduate School

18.15   Shuttle service to the micro photonics party
18.45 Hamburger Bahnhof micro phontonics party

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Time Venue Description

Änderungen vorbehalten

09.00 - 16.00 Marketplace

Foyer Grosser Stern
The Marketplace is the central networking area at micro photonics Preview. Delegates will find business points (exhibition), the registration area as well as the scientific posters. It is also an excellent meeting place to talk to other participants during the coffee and lunch breaks.

09.00 - 10.30 Room Hong Kong

2nd floor Grosser Stern
Plenum 2: Micro Photonic Solutions - Bio Photonics

Bio photonics is a highly discussed topic at the moment as it is one of the key technologies to solve the challenges of our modern world in terms of demographic development. Bio photonics can deliver new cost-effective methods for improved diagnosis and therapy. At the same time these technologies can serve to control water and food quality. This plenum’s goal is to give an insight into certain ideas and trends that will underline the importance of Bio Photonics and Life Science to solve future problems.

Session Chair
Prof. Dr. med. H.-Peter Berlien (Germany), Elisabeth Klinik


Introduction
Prof. Dr. med. H.-Peter Berlien (Germany), Elisabeth Klinik

Advances in tomographic in vivo imaging
Prof. Dr. Martin J. Leahy (Ireland), National University of Ireland Galway

Clinical Neurophotonics
Prof. Dr. Francesco Saverio Pavone (Italy), European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy

Enhanced optical diagnostics and phototherapy at tissue optical clearing
Prof. Valery Tuchin (Russia), Saratov State University

Opportunities for photonics micro-probes in medical imaging
David D. Sampson, PhD (Australia), University of Western Australia

10.30 - 11.00 Marketplace Coffee Break & Networking in Marketplace
11.00 - 12.15 Room Hong Kong The Industry Perspective

In order to achieve success in research and transfer a closed collaboration between scientists and end-users is absolutely necessary. Get an insight into new applications or technical innovations presented by a number of companies from the Bio/ Life Science sector.

Session Chair
Martin Leibing, Spectaris - German Hightech Industry Association


Introduction
Martin Leibing, Spectaris - German Hightech Industry Association

Glass made analytic chips and reliable opto-fluidic interconnect techniques
Dr. Henning Schröder (Germany), Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration

OSRAM: Light sources for medical applications
Frank Beeken (Germany), OSRAM GmbH

Point of Care Diagnostics and Chances for Photonic Solutions
Dr. Thomas Hug (Germany), Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Labor Berlin – Charité Vivantes GmbH

UV-Curable Hybrid Polymers for Micro optics - Material Solutions for Industrial Manufacturing of 3D Optical Components
Dr. Jan Klein (Germany), micro resist technology GmbH

The right place for smart laser diodes?
Michael Kneier, eagleyard Photonics GmbH

12.15 - 13.15 Marketplace Lunch Break & Networking in Marketplace
13.15 - 14.45 Room Hong Kong Plenum 3: Future Trends in Bio photonics/ Joint Event with EPIC Bio photonics Meeting

The global Bio Photonics market is driven by some main factors. The Increasing aging population, the support by governments to promote technology innovations and a need for improvement in healthcare are three of the main reasons. If we think about applications, the global Bio Photonics market can serve many industries. Just to name a few: spectro molecular, inside imaging, biosensors, surface imaging, microscopy, light therapy, and other analytic sensing. Biosensors for example are projected to have great prospects for the future. This plenum’s goals is to give a look into the latest trends and developments and to offer an overall impression about future fields of applications.

The Plenum will be held together with the EPIC Symposium.

Session Chairs
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Popp (Germany)
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology e.V.

Carlos Lee (Belgium)
EPIC – European Photonics Industry Consortium


Panelists

Prof. Dr. Martin J. Leahy (Ireland)
National University of Ireland Galway

Prof. Dr. Francesco Saverio Pavone (Italy)
European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy

Prof. Valery Tuchin (Russia)
Saratov State University

David D. Sampson, PhD (Australia)
University of Western Australia

Dr. Anna Lena Giesecke (Germany)
AMO GmbH

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Vortragssprache: Englisch



Prof. Henri Benisty (France)
Institut Optique Graduate School




Prof. Dr. Martin J. Leahy (Ireland)
National University of Ireland Galway




Prof. Dr. Francesco Saverio Pavone (Italy)
European Laboratory for Non-Linear Spectroscopy




Prof. Dr. Valerio Pruneri (Spain)
ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences



David D. Sampson, PhD (Australia)
University of Western Australia




Prof. Yoshihiro Takiguchi (Japan)
The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries




Prof. Dr. Ir. Hugo Thienpont (Belgium)
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, B-PHOT Brussels Photonics Team




Prof. Valery Tuchin (Russia)
Saratov State University


Frank Beeken (Germany), OSRAM GmbH

Dr. Anna Lena Giesecke (Germany), AMO GmbH

Dr. Thomas Hug (Germany), Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Dr. Jan Klein (Germany), micro resist technology GmbH

Kay-Uwe Klepzig (Germany), JENOPTIK Polymer Systems GmbH

Michael Kneier (Germany), eagleyard Photonics GmbH

Dr. Markus Riester (Germany), maristechcon

Dr. Henning Schröder (Germany), Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration

micro photonics Technologies

Xin Gong, Dipl. Physicist
Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM)

Dr. Jan Klein
micro resist technology GmbH

Dr. Jens Rass
Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik

Dr.-Ing. Uwe Reichel
Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems (IKTS)

Sven Schulze, M.Sc.
University of Potsdam

Manuela Schwagmeier, Dipl.-Ing.
Laser and Medical Technology (LMTB) GmbH

Ekaterina Sergeeva, M.Sc.
University of Rostock

Patrick Steglich, M.Eng
University of Applied Sciences Wildau

micro photonics Solutions: Biophotonics

Dr. Viacheslav Artyushenko
art photonics GmbH

Philipp Brenner, M.Sc.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Taravat Saeb Gilani, M.Sc.
Institute of Optics and Atomic Physics, TU Berlin

Hoa Thi Hoang, M.Sc.
School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof, HU Berlin

Moritz Kleinert, M.Sc.
Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute

Kai-Uwe Klepzig, Dipl. Physicist
JENOPTIK Polymer Systems GmbH

Dr. Vanessa Zamora
Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration

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