SPIE Photonics West 2017. Participate in the world’s largest multidisciplinary event focusing on photonics technologies.
With more than 20,000 attendees and 4,800 papers presented in 2016, in the areas of biomedical optics and biophotonics, industrial lasers and laser sources, optoelectronics devices and materials, nanophotonics and MOEMS-MEMs, this is the venue to showcase your work and connect with the leading experts in these fields.
Advance Program will be online late-September.
Top three reasons to be part of Photonics West:
Best research conference for my field, good quality exhibition,
exposure to the wider field of research for learning related topics.
- 2016 Author
Call for Exhibitors for BiOS Expo and Photonics West
Every year over 20,000 people come to SPIE Photonics West to see, learn about, and purchase the latest devices, components, and systems that are enabling, and driving, today’s trends: state-of-the art medical technologies, the Internet of Things, smart manufacturing, autonomous vehicles, and more.
||BiOS Expo, 28 - 29 January 2017, the world’s largest biomedical optics and biophotonics exhibition. BIOS EXPO, held Saturday and Sunday, kicks off the Photonics West week. Find the latest technologies from more than 220 companies in the thriving biomedical optics and photonics industries.
||Photonics West exhibition, 31 January - 2 February 2017, the flagship event for companies in the photonics industry. The exhibition sold out in 2016 with more than 1,300 companies.
||Contact SPIE Sales today for information.
SPIE Photonics West - Bigger and better than ever.
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