Originally broadcast on September 14, 2023. Now available On Demand.
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Get ahead of the curve in understanding the science behind MEMS mirrors — and why many consider them next-generation scanning devices and alternatives to mechanical mirrors. With advantages in compactness, scanning rate, and production cost, MEMS mirrors apply to many applications. This seminar delves into the physics behind MEMS mirror operation, highlighting the electromagnetic type and reviewing the many applications where they are particularly well suited.
By joining this webinar, you will gain an in-depth understanding of MEMS mirror operation principles and practical implementations, with the presenters guiding you through the following:
- The physics behind MEMS mirror operation
- An in-depth exploration of the electromagnetic type of MEMS mirror, with a focus on its driving technique
- A review of MEMs mirror applications
Slawomir Piatek, Ph.D. | Senior University Lecturer of Physics | New Jersey Institute of Technology
Slawomir Piatek, Ph.D., is a senior university lecturer of physics at New Jersey Institute of Technology. In his role as scientific consultant at Hamamatsu Corporation, he has developed a photonics training program for engineers and is involved in popularizing SiPM as a novel photodetector by writing and lecturing about the device.
Mario Kasahara | Senior Applications Engineer / MEMS Mirror Specialist | Hamamatsu Corp.
Mario Kasahara boasts over 25 years of expertise within Hamamatsu semiconductor products. With a profound understanding of semiconductor technologies, Mario is specialized in MEMS Mirror applications. As a Senior Applications Engineer, he combines extensive knowledge with a passion for custom design detectors, delivering tailored solutions that meet diverse project needs.