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Munich, Germany
24 - 27 June 2019
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SPIE Digital Optical Technologies abstract submissions due 9 January

Sumbit your abstract for SPIE Digital Optical Technologies 2019

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Present your research at SPIE Digital Optical Technologies, a conference focused on the components, systems design, and applications of emerging digital optical technologies in all social, academic, medical, and industrial areas. 

The conference reflects trends in recent technologies such as 3D sensors, immersive multimedia, novel displays, light sources and imaging systems. Digital optical technologies include optics designed by digital means, fabricated by digital means, with functionalities enhanced or altered by digital techniques (computational optics or dynamic optics).

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Conferences are open for submissions until 20 January 2019
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Abstracts due
Due date extended to 20 January 2019
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Author notification
6 March 2019

Manuscripts due
17 April 2019

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2019 Conference topics

 • Novel optics for Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality systems
 • Computational optics
 • Digital optics for image formation
 • Switchable, tunable and digitally reconfigurable optics
 • Digital optics for sensing and authentication
 • Integrated digital photonics

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