Researchers from Leading Institutes Meet Established Industry Experts

October 29 - 30: Infrared WORKshop at Princeton University

Bedford, NH: LASER COMPONENTS USA, a specialized provider of laser and optoelectronic components in the US and Canada, and MIRTHE+ Photonics Sensing Center team up again to host a WORKshop on Infrared Technologies - this time at Princeton University on October 29 - 30. The latest developments for new detection materials, gas sensing instrumentation, LEDs and lasers, and spectroscopy innovations will be the focus during 30 presentations and nine dedicated Q&A networking sessions with leaders in the field.


General attendees can still register as long as seats are available. The agenda includes presentations by high-profile speakers from Naval Research Lab, NASA JPL, PNNL, NIST, Texas A&M University, Fraunhofer IAF, Arizona State University, Vanderbilt University, Northwestern University, Princeton University, Cranfield University, Lancaster University, University of the Littoral Opal Coast, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Thorlabs, MKS Instruments, DRS Daylight Solutions, Surface Optics Corporation, Crystalline Mirror Solutions, and more.

The Company

LASER COMPONENTS specializes in the development, manufacture, and sale of components and services in the laser and optoelectronics industry. At LASER COMPONENTS, we have been serving customers since 1982 with sales branches in five different countries. We have been producing in house since 1986 with production facilities in Germany, Canada, and the United States. In-house production makes up approximately half of our sales revenue. A family-run business, we have more than 220 employees worldwide.

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