Photonics in Federal European FP7 R&D Program

20 March 2013

We are pleased to announce the release of our new report: "Photonics in Federal European FP7 R&D Program".
Based on Cordis database analysis, we have selected all FP7 projects from 2007 to 2012 that aimed at developing photonic systems and components. We found 374 project but including 75 in the challenge n°3 of the ICT calls. The report demonstrate once more the strongly pervasive nature of Photonics technologies and why it was a good decision to select Photonics as a KET.
Using our value chain tools, we have been able to analysis how European budget are spent:
- per country
- per value chain step (process, material, components, subsystems, systems)
- per function (acquiring information, transmitting and shaping, delivering and storage, lighting, energy providing and processing)
- per targeted markets

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FP7 Project PARADIGM

12 February 2013

The FP7 project PARADIGM launches a second call for free participation in one of its InP-based Multi-Project Wafer runs. Participants can design (or have designed) an advanced Photonic IC. The PICs may contain lasers, optical amplifiers, modulators (10 Gb/s), detectors (40 Gb/s), couplers, filters, AWG demultiplexers and several other components. The call closes 28 February. For more information click here, contact the JePPIX coordinator Luc Augustin (mailto:coordinator@jeppix.eu) or look at www.jeppix.eu.

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Aanleveren bedrijfsprofiel voor gratis vermelding in Dutch Photonics Guide 2013

30 January 2013

De nieuwe editie van de Dutch Photonics Guide is wederom een initiatief van IOP Photonic Devices, een door de overheid gesubsidieerd initiatief om het fotonica cluster in Nederland beter zichtbaar te maken en samenwerking te bevorderen. De gids wordt o.a. gratis aangeboden aan alle bezoekers van het jaarlijkse Fotonica Evenement dat op 24 en 25 april 2013 zal worden gehouden in NH Conference Centre Koningshof in Veldhoven (www.fotonica-evenement.nl).

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Quantum Optics Work Wins Physics Nobel

12 October 2012

Separate but related quantum optics technologies — ions in a harmonic trap and photons in a cavity — that allow the measurement and control of individual quantum systems were recognized by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences with the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics.

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Solid State Lighting Technology match making

17 April 2012

On April 20th the Chinese vice minister Cao will visit the High Tech Campus on invitation of minister Verhagen. His company delegation consists of a number of top SSL/Led companies.

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World’s Most Configurable Microspectrometer

19 March 2012

Avantes is pleased to present our latest spectrometer innovation. Miniature spectrometers are versatile, portable and well embraced by researchers and engineers worldwide. Until now the technology has not really supported customer demands for flexibility and configurability. Avantes introduces the first truly configurable miniature spectrometer that allows you to change your slit and connector on the go. In your laboratory, on the road: it only takes a screw driver to continue your measurements with a new set-up.

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Avantes develops spectrometer for bomb detection

24 February 2012

Avantes, a leader in the field of fiber optic spectroscopy, has been selected as supplier for the OPTIX project (Optical Technologies for the Identification of explosives). The objective is to develop a transportable system for the standoff detection and identification of explosives, using LIBS, Raman and IR spectroscopy. Avantes will supply newly developed systems. The project is funded by the European Commission.

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SMETHODS, Free Course in Optical Design

6 February 2012

It is a great pleasure to announce to you the new FP7 Support Action "SMETHODS", an initiative of 7 European academic institutions that are leading in optical design, which has started on 1 September 2011.

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Intensive Training on Entrepreneurship in Photonics

18 January 2012

To stimulate and support innovative entrepreneurship in the domain of photonics, the Vrije Universiteit Brussel organizes the third edition of its “Intensive Training on Entrepreneurship in Photonics”. The training targets researchers of universities and research institutes, young professionals, employees of photonics-related companies, lawyers, business angels, consultants… and therefore everybody who is involved or interested in entrepreneurship in photonics.

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