3 February 2021 / 16:00 - 18:00
EPIC Online Technology Meeting on Increasingly Important Role for Mid-Infrared Photonics
Online Event

Photonic developments on the Mid-IR region have demonstrated high potential for gas sensing and spectroscopy, MWIR imaging for industrial manufacturing, space communications and defense. Moreover, semiconductor lasers in these wavelengths (ICL and QCL) allow the development of miniaturized sensors, that can meet exciting and advanced applications in the medical, automotive, industrial and environmental markets, being the lack of large-volume production capabilities the main challenge. In this meeting, the key players in the Mid-IR ecosystem will discuss about a potential application roadmap for Mid-IR photonics deciphering the collaborations needed and the applications that will allow the manufacturing of large-volume Mid-IR components and systems

Spirit of the meetings

During these online technology meetings, we are looking for the challenges the industry is facing and bringing together the entire supply chain to address these challenges. Bringing together end-users with component suppliers and system integrators that will answer the EPIC question “What can you do for them and what can they do for you” creates the perfect foundation to establish new business relationships and find ways for new collaborations and partnerships.

Research Fellow at Philips
Senior Director of Scientific and Life Science Instruments at Daylight Solutions

In 1998, he founded nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies and has presided over the company as CEO since then.

CEO at nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies

He oversees the research, development, and manufacturing of fiber laser and amplifier products at Thorlabs. Prior to joining Thorlabs, Reza worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Cornell University and co-founded PicoLuz.

Fiber Laser Division Manager at Thorlabs

He developed the QCL technology at III-V Lab for 10 years. His current interest includes, Mid and Far infrared quantum cascade lasers and gas sensors. Since 2015, he develops mirSense, dedicated to QCL based solutions for sensing.

Co-founder and CEO at mirSense

At New Infrared Technologies since 13 years ago. He holds the title of Electronics Engineer and international MBA and has been involved in the electrooptics and photonics sector for more than 20 years.

Business Development at New Infrared Technologies

Thorsten Lubinski is CEO and Co-Founder of DiaMonTech, a MedTech company that uses mid-IR spectroscopy to detect blood glucose non-invasively, i.e. without fingerpicking.

Co-Founder at DiaMonTech
Promo Video
Dr. Jose Pozo
Dr. Jose Pozo
Director of Technology and Innovation
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