Princeton, NJ site of October's 6th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies

April 25, 2019
The WORKshop includes informative, technical presentations and special hands-on presentations at breaks.

IMAGE: The 2019 IR WORKshop will be held in Princeton, NJ. Shown is the 2017 event held in Phoenix, AZ. (Image credit: Laser Components)

LASER COMPONENTS USA (Bedford, NH), a specialized provider of laser and opto­electronic components in the US and Canada, is pleased to announce the 6th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies, a continuation of the alternating event in Germany and the US. Thanks to the support of MIRTHE+ Photonics Sensing Center, a leading organization focused on connecting research and industry, the event will take place at Princeton University, NJ, October 28-30, 2019.

This unique and IR WORKshop format is designed to create a community conversation about industry breakthroughs and challenges, to present the latest research, and to generate professional connections and common interests. Active participation is encouraged in an interactive environment organized to have half of the attendees present a paper or poster while the other attendees are invited to participate during breakout session discussions.

New developments covered will include infrared detectors and new material development, sources and lasers, filters, optics, MEMS, spectroscopy, and sensing systems. For a comprehensive review of the IR detector presentations in 2017, see our Laser Focus World feature at

A detailed program, list of topics and speakers, along with the online registration form is coming soon; see

SOURCE: Laser Components;

About the Author

Gail Overton | Senior Editor (2004-2020)

Gail has more than 30 years of engineering, marketing, product management, and editorial experience in the photonics and optical communications industry. Before joining the staff at Laser Focus World in 2004, she held many product management and product marketing roles in the fiber-optics industry, most notably at Hughes (El Segundo, CA), GTE Labs (Waltham, MA), Corning (Corning, NY), Photon Kinetics (Beaverton, OR), and Newport Corporation (Irvine, CA). During her marketing career, Gail published articles in WDM Solutions and Sensors magazine and traveled internationally to conduct product and sales training. Gail received her BS degree in physics, with an emphasis in optics, from San Diego State University in San Diego, CA in May 1986.

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