Date: 24 May 2023, 15:00 – 17:00 CEST
Free-form micro-optics are miniature optical components that are designed to manipulate light in a highly specific manner. They are an essential component of many consumer electronics devices, including smartphones, tablets, televisions, and virtual and augmented reality headsets. This online workshop will focus on the role of free-form micro-optics in the consumer electronics market and will feature two sessions covering various aspects of this topic.
SESSION 1 will focus on the design and fabrication of tailored free-form micro-optics solutions for consumer electronics. This session will cover the various techniques used to design and fabricate free-form micro-optics, including lithography, injection molding, and laser ablation. Attendees will also learn about the various materials used in the fabrication of free-form micro-optics, such as polymers, glass, and metals. The session will also explore the role of computer-aided design (CAD) and simulation software in the design and optimization of free-form micro-optics for consumer electronics devices.
SESSION 2 will focus on the versatility of free-form micro-optics for consumer electronics applications. This session will cover the various applications of free-form micro-optics in consumer electronics, such as display technology, illumination, and sensing. Attendees will also learn about the current developments and future directions of free-form micro-optics in consumer electronics technologies. This session will explore the latest trends in consumer electronics and how free-form micro-optics can be used to enhance the performance and capabilities of these devices.
The goal of the workshop is to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of how the PHABULOuS European Pilot Line can support the development of companies in the consumer electronics field, as well as current developments and future directions of free-form micro-optics in consumer electronics technologies. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from experts in the field, exchange ideas, and explore potential collaborations. The workshop is intended for researchers, engineers, and industry leaders who are interested in the design and fabrication of free-form micro-optics for consumer electronics devices.
Agenda will be published soon.
You can register for the event here – https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_mUnXq5zBQRq6I6-t-BbfSQ