Photonics pros, here’s why you should attend PhotonicsNXT 2023

Sept. 11, 2023
PhotonicsNXT, taking place September 28-29, 2023, will feature in-depth educational lectures and panel discussions.

PhotonicsNXT, set to take place September 28-29, 2023, will feature in-depth educational lectures and panel discussions.

This virtual event, crafted and moderated by Laser Focus World’s editors, will contain a slate of educational sessions aimed at photonics professionals. The agenda will focus on scientific advances, photonics R&D, and application solutions.

Run through the media gallery above for descriptions of the sessions and speakers scheduled, or visit each link below:

For more details and to register, go to

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