Photonics Daily Insights - Apr 24th, 2024
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April 24, 2024
Metrology (advanced manufacturing) and surveillance and navigation (defense, security, and transportation) had the most merger and acquisition activity this quarter.
Join us April 25th at 2 pm ET for this webinar presented by researchers at Leibniz IPHT, who will unveil an innovative technique for precision deposition of thin organic semiconductor films.
Episode 5 of Following the Photons: A Photonics Podcast features Thomas Obeloer, international sales director at Element Six, which produces CVD diamond for optics.

The program recognizes excellence in the optics and photonics community. If your product is original, innovative, saves your client money, is more efficient than products currently available, and has a novel approach, complete your nomination today.

In this episode: a camera setup makes the vine to wine process simpler, a spectroscopy-based system IDs gases and chemicals, and a phase imaging approach images in unstable, dark settings.
The method combines a machine vision camera, laser line scanner, LiDAR sensor, and convolutional neural network.
Nonmetallic quantum dots, synthesized from Earth-abundant carbon and sulfur sources, are cost-effective, versatile, biocompatible, and environmentally friendly.
The University of Rochester’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics is targeting laser-driven inertial confinement fusion, as part of National Nuclear Security Administration’s Stockpile Stewardship Program and in the quest for clean sources of energy.