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NEWS FROM THE TRADE SHOWS AND CONGRESS
LiM 2013
LiM 2013 - Lasers in Manufacturing (LiM)

The Lasers in Manufacturing (LiM) 2013 is a scientific conference that focuses on the latest developments as well as future trends in the field of Laser Material Processing. Dealing with Process Engineering, System Technology and Process Optimisation, the LiM 2013 addresses anyone
interested in the potential of lasers in theory and application. Organized by the German Scientific Laser Society (WLT), the conference will bring together international experts from research and industry in order to match scientific advances and economic needs for mutual benefit.
 
Preserving the well proven structure of past LiM conferences, next year’s LiM will consist of one sub-conference for macro and one for micro applications, featuring a planned more than 100 scientific and industrial papers to be presented in Munich from May 12th to 16th, 2013.
 
With a focus on Green Production, priority topics of the LiM 2013 will include laser material processing in E-Mobility, laser CFRP & lightweight materials processing, laser processes for a flexible automated mass production and Additive Laser Manufacturing for lightweight applications,besides others.

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FRAMOS
CMOS Sensor with Global Shutter for industrial applications go
LIMO Lissotschenko Mikrooptik
New line generators lases also plastic, glass and displays go
WHO'S MOVED
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OSA
Sarah Jaye Oliva won 1st annual "Enabled by Optics Contest" go
James Gordon
Central figure of laser technology passed away go
Herbert Walther Award
Jeff Kimble wins 2013 Herbert Walther Award go
Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) at the University of Southampton
Queen knights fiber Laser pioneer go
OSA
The OSA mourns the loss of Tingye Li go
John Tyndall Award
James Coleman wins John Tyndall Award go
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
Professor Reimund Neugebauer takes office go
Michael S. Feld Biophotonics Award
New OSA Award named in honor of Michael S. Feld  go
NEWS FROM THE TRADE SHOWS AND CONGRESS
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40 Jahrfeier in München
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Messe München
Supporting program for the LASER World of PHOTONICS 2013 go
LASER World of PHOTONICS
Laser technologies drive mobility and energy generation forward go


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