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SPIE Optifab conference

Technical topics on optical fabrication technologies

Hear the latest research

Optifab has a unique technical focus on classical and advanced optical manufacturing technologies. It offers conference attendees an exceptional opportunity to report new research and interact with worldwide experts in the field of optical fabrication.

Invitation to SPIE Optifab from the chairs


Optifab, organized jointly by SPIE and APOMA, is the largest optical manufacturing conference and exhibition held in the United States.

With a unique technical focus on classical and advanced optical manufacturing technologies, Optifab offers conference attendees an exceptional opportunity to interact with worldwide experts in the field of optical fabrication. We invite you to actively participate in the technical program by joining us for Optifab 2021.

RESEARCHERS — Present your latest technical results. Researchers can present a paper or poster in a variety of optical manufacturing topic areas.

INDUSTRY— Present your latest product breakthrough. Companies can highlight their latest developments optical manufacturing.

We encourage you to further view our web site and hope you will consider joining us this fall in Rochester.

2021 Sympoium chairs


Jessica DeGroote Nelson

Optimax (United States)

Blair Unger

N2 Imaging Systems, LLC. (United States)

Program committee for 2021


Jay Anzellotti, Idex Life Science Optics (United States)
Thomas Battley, New York Photonics Industry Association (United States)
Danielle Bechtold, OptiPro Systems, LLC (United States)
Nicholas Bilis, Ohara Corp. (United States)
Rebecca Wilson Borrelli, Harris Corp. (United States)
Matthew Brophy, Optimax Systems, Inc. (United States)
Christopher T. Cotton, ASE Sailing, Inc. (United States)
Johnathan Davis, QED Technologies, Inc. (United States)
John P. Deegan, Rochester Precision Optics, LLC. (United States)
Peter de Groot, Zygo Corp. (United States)
Dan Gauch, Schneider Optical Machines, Inc. (United States)
Paul Harmon, Vadient Optics/Nanovox (United States)
Heidi Hofke, OptoTech Optical Machinery, Inc. (United States)
Todd Jaeger, Coherent, Inc. (United States)
Jay Kumler, JENOPTIK Optical Systems, LLC. (United States)
Justin J. Mahanna, Universal Photonics, Inc. (United States)
Michael A. Marcus, Lumetrics, Inc. (United States)
John J. Nemechek, Metrology Concepts, LLC (United States)
Matthias Pfaff, OptoTech Optikmaschinen GmbH (Germany)
Steve Sokach, SCHOTT North America (United States)
Erik Stover, TRIOPTICS (United States)
Kirk J. Warden, LaCroix Precision Optics (United States)