Program 28 september 2015

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Program

09:00

09:30

Welcome and registration

09:30

09:35

Opening by Chairman Prof.dr. Jos Benschop, Sr. Vice President Technology ASML.

09.35 09:40

Rector Mangificus Vice President
Prof.Ir. K.Ch.Am. Luyben

09:40

10:15

Optical Metrology for micro-parts

Prof. dr. Ralf Bergmann, Managing Director BIAS, Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik GmbH.

Summary

10:15

10:50

Design guidelines for stable opto-mechanics

Ir. Ruud Beerens, Senior Architect Opto-Mechanics ASML.

Summary

10:50

11:20

Break

11:20

11:55

TROPOLITE: An all free form compact imaging spectrometer for hyperspectral earth-observation

Rik Jansen Msc, Systems Engineer TNO


Summary


(Rik will replace his collaegue Teun van den Dool)

11:55

12:30

Speckle dynamics to monitor pulsatile flow

Mrs. Dr. Nandini Bhattacharya, Assistant professor Optics Group TU Delft        

Summary

12:30

14:15

Lunch

14:15

14:50

Spectrally resolved frequency comb interferometry for absolute distance measurement

Dr. Steven van den Berg,
Research Scientist VSL   

Summary   

14:50

15:25

Mechanics for Light Control

Dr. Wolfgang Robra, Head Development Hittech Protor.

Summary

15:25

15:55

Break

15:55

16:30

High throughput slide scanners for Digital Pathology

Dr. Bas Hulsken, Chief Technology Officer Digital Pathology Solutions Philips Group Innovation.

Summary

16:30

16:40

German industry association SPECTARIS:
The top 5 Themes of the Photonics members

Dr. Wenko Süptitz, Manager Photonics Association.

Summary

16:40

17:15

Perspectives and challenges of Smart Optical Systems

Wolfgang Singer, Principal Scientist CRT-Optics
Corporate Research and Technology Carl Zeiss AG

Summary

17:15

17:25

Conclusions of the day - by Chairman

18:30

21:00

Diner at Herberg de Mol, Molslaan 104, Delft. Costs (incl. drinks) €53.50 payment via registration.