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2017 Optical Engineering + Applications | Part of SPIE Optics + Photonics | Register Today

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Optical Design & Engineering

Sustainable lasers

The role of laser technologies in sustainable manufacturing processes. (An SPIE Professional article.)

SPIE Classics celebrates the 100th anniversary of Nikon.

25 July 2017

The magic of photonic circuitry. (An SPIE Professional article).

24 July 2017
Enhanced laser-light absorption, achieved using an astigmatic Herriott cell and taking advantage of advances in material purity, offers a new approach for vibration-free, all-optical cryogenic cooling.
3 July 2017

SPIE Classics remembers SPIE Fellow Jerry Nelson.

13 June 2017

Autostereoscopic (glasses-free) displays provide perspectives of images according to the position of the observer.

6 June 2017
FLIR boosted by Point Grey camera sales
Quarterly revenues and earnings up but stock price slips back as new CEO Jim Cannon takes the helm.
26 July 2017
MKS reaps rewards as Newport division posts record sales
Integration well on track and stock price close to a record high as buoyant semiconductor equipment market boosts top and bottom lines.
26 July 2017
Trumpf 'satisfied' as EUV lithography momentum boosts laser sales
Total sales up 11% and orders surge 21% as ASML's need for high-power carbon dioxide lasers makes an impact.
21 July 2017
UK’s EPIC center rescheduled for 2019 launch
Application finally made to build Torbay-based photonics R&D facility after two-year delay blamed on Brexit.
19 July 2017
 
Nobu Koshiba: Materials Innovation: It's No Longer Only About Resolution