The October 2011 issue of SPIE Professional has articles on SPIE events and awards as well as cutting-edge research in optics and photonics.
Articles in this archive cover LED metrology, highlights from the scientific literature, election of new officers, and other topics of interest to optics and photonics professionals.
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SPIE President Katarina Svanberg discusses how science and technology R&D is at risk.
The SPIE Scholarship Committee has selected 137 outstanding students to receive more than $350,000 in scholarships this year.
The annual event that includes BiOS, LASE, OPTO, MOEMS-MEMS, and the Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation will be held 21-26 January 2012 in San Francisco.
The unclassified event is in a new location, 23-27 April 2012, in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Experts in micro and nanofabrication technologies will gather in Australia 4-7 December.
See the upcoming schedule of SPIE conferences and exhibitions.
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Already short supply chains of rare-earth materials have been reduced.
Researchers from 57 countries attended the International Commission for Optics Congress in Puebla, Mexico.
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