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10
September
09:15 - 18:00 Uhr
Delft
Technical University, Aula

Dutch Photonics Event

Tuesday 10 September is approaching and we are working steady, together with our partners Dutch Optics Centre, PhotonDelta, NWO and RVO, to make the 13th edition of the DutchPhotonicsEvent a huge success. In the Aula of the Technical University of Delft you will find 'something for everyone'.

We are very proud to present you our key note speaker: Pol van Dorpe of IMEC. With his presentation Integrated and nano-photonics: enabling new applications, from data centres to sensors and medical devices he will present from his background as a scientist and his current position at IMEC to connect photonics technology to devices and applications. The conference, with the four topics Agriculture & Food, Quantum Technologies, Integrated & Embedded Photonics, Healthcare/Medical, consists of a variety of speakers from universities and institutes to start ups to established companies. Take a glance at the conference program and consider the value of every speaker.

As an exhibitor you are visible for the complete Dutch ecosystem. At this unique event you have the opportunity to present yourself and your company on our exhibition floor, in an informal and personal way. The exhibition has a prominent role in the program, where during the networking moments all visitors, from students to PhDs and from SMEs to end users and system integrators, will gather on the exhibition floor. Don't hesitate and reserve your booth space today.

But there is many more worth a visit. Move on to www.dutchphotonicsevent.nl, look around for the numerous activities that are planned and register for the subjects and activities that suit you best.

We trust we will meet you on 10 September in Delft!

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PhotonicsNL
Ron van der Kolk
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