OptoNet e.V.: [fo+] Freeform Optics Plus – The Next Level

Jun
25
2019

Ausstellervorträge Laser und Optik

25. Jun 2019
13:20-14:40 Uhr  |  Halle B3 Stand B3.361

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Themen: 

Sensorik

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Optische Mess-Systeme

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Optik

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Laser und Optoelektronik

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Fertigungstechnik für Optiken

Sprecher: 

Lutz Reichmann 

(OptoNet e.V.)

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Dr. Andreas Beutler 

(OptoNet e.V.)

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Prof. Herbert Gross 

(OptoNet e.V.)

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Sven R. Kiontke 

(OptoNet e.V.)

Format:
Vortrag
Vortragssprache: Englisch

Data Transport in the Production Chain of Freeform Optical Components: Data Formats and Transfer focused on Metrology

Compared to the production process of aspheric lenses the description of a freeform sample is much more complicated due to a higher complexity of the freeform itself and the shape of the whole sample including reference elements. In order to minimize the effort needed to transfer data between different process steps a new approach for data formats is presented. The focus is put on the requirements of the metrology. 

Robust Design and Realization of Freeform Systems for Industrial Applications

In the project fo+ on optical systems with freeform surfaces, the feasibility of freeform systems was demonstrated and some basic experience was gained on the basis of special demonstrator systems. As further effort is needed to make freeform systems more robust and more cost-effective, a systematic customized design and tolerancing of the surfaces for refractive brittle materials as well as alternative manufacturing methods as replication and 3D printing are investigated. In order to achieve this goal, the value chain from optical design, mechanical design, fabrication, and metrology is revised and further developed. 

Reflective and Modular Optics for Laser Material Processing - When Time matters

As part of the work in the world's leading hub for freeform technologies (freeform optics plus), asphericon will present a reflective optical demonstrator. Due to its modularity in optics and carrier system of the frame, a high flexibility for the final application in laser material processing can be guaranteed. Static magnifications with the freeform and divergence adaption during adjustment ensure short processing times. 

Freeform Optical Systems for UV-VIS Applications in High Volume

A consortium of 11 partners from Optics industry and research institutes in the Jena region started a 3 –years Research program with the goal to provide a holistic technology platform for Freeform Optical Systems. It will make freeform optical solutions accessible for a wide range of applications. The consortium strives to provide a holistic technology chain for design and manufacturing of freeform optical systems in applications from UV to IR spectral range and the capability, to produce such optics in high volume.The talk gives an overview about the motivation and goals of the consortium in the 2018-2021 time-frame.

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Lutz Reichmann, OptoNet e.V. Profil anzeigen

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Dr. Andreas Beutler, OptoNet e.V. Profil anzeigen

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Prof. Herbert Gross, OptoNet e.V. Profil anzeigen

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Sven R. Kiontke, OptoNet e.V. Profil anzeigen

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Jun
25
2019

Ausstellervorträge Laser und Optik

PicoQuant: Taiko PDL M1: The smart Picosecond Diode Laser

25. Jun 2019
12:40-13:00 Uhr  |  Halle B3 Stand B3.361
Sprecher: Guillaume Delpont (PicoQuant GmbH)

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Jun
26
2019

Optische Quantentechnologien 1: Sensing & Computing/Simulation

Welcome & Opening

26. Jun 2019
13:00-13:05 Uhr  |  Halle B3 Stand B3.361
Chairman: Dr. Wilhelm Kaenders (TOPTICA Photonics AG), Prof. Dr. Karsten Buse (Fraunhofer Institute für Physical Measurement Techniques IPM)
Sprecher: Wilhelm Kaenders (Vorstand TOPTICA Photonics AG)

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Jun
26
2019

Optische Quantentechnologien 2: Bildgebung und Kommunikation

QKD in the Wild

26. Jun 2019
16:40-17:00 Uhr  |  Halle B3 Stand B3.361
Chairman: Prof. Dr. Andreas Tünnermann (Fraunhofer Institut für Angewandte Optik und Feinmechanik IOF), Dr. Jürgen Stuhler (TOPTICA Photonics AG)
Sprecher: Dr. Manfred Lochter (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik)

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Jun
26
2019

Optische Quantentechnologien 1: Sensing & Computing/Simulation

Opticlock: Towards a Transportable and User-friendly Optical Single-ion Clock

26. Jun 2019
14:45-15:05 Uhr  |  Halle B3 Stand B3.361
Chairman: Dr. Wilhelm Kaenders (TOPTICA Photonics AG), Prof. Dr. Karsten Buse (Fraunhofer Institute für Physical Measurement Techniques IPM)
Sprecher: Dr. Stefan Brakhane (TOPTICA Photonics AG)

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Jun
25
2019

Ultrakurzpulslaser und Strahlführung

Welcome

25. Jun 2019
15:00-15:10 Uhr  |  Halle B3 Stand B3.361
Sprecher: Dr. Thomas Rettich (TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG)

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