ICALEO 2013 Heads to Miami

ICALEO — the International Congress on Applications of Lasers & Electro–Optics, the granddaddy of LIA’s events always crackles with top research from around the world in some of the most esoteric facets of laser applications. ICALEO is a clearinghouse and a celebration all in one, from the casual welcoming reception to the presentation of the Arthur L. Schawlow Award — and, of course, 350 presentations from some of the most prestigious names in the field. The 32nd-annual event, slated for Oct. 6-10 in Miami, is sure to be another eye-opening experience.

The 32nd International Congress on Applications of Lasers & Electro-Optics (ICALEO®) finally returns to the “Magic City,” continuing its over 30 year history of being the most important conference worldwide in the field of laser materials processing. ICALEO 2013 will feature the three conferences on Laser Materials Processing (LMP, organized by Silke Pflueger), Laser Microprocessing (LMF, organized by Henrikki Pantsar), and Nanomanufacturing (co-organized by Yongfeng Lu and Xianfan Xu). The Laser Materials Processing Conference traditionally covers a wide range of topics on laser macro processing addressing various applications, related laser equipment, and systems. The Laser Microprocessing Conference addresses processes and systems for microscopic applications while the Nanomanufacturing Conference provides recent findings on the nano-scale.

The ICALEO program committee has put together yet another highly interesting program with outstanding contributions from research and engineering covering all parts of emerging laser applications. The plenary session will provide superb and groundbreaking presentations of internationally recognized experts about Photonic applications in all dimensions, followed by the sub-plenary sessions of LMP and the joint LMF/Nano. Special features of this year’s ICALEO are also the laser business session, organized by Klaus Loeffler, and the vendor reception, both addressing the latest industrial developments in the field. Special attention is given again to the Laser Solutions Short Courses, organized by Kerstin Kowalick, jointly conducted on the day before the main conference providing a comprehensive overview on selected topics. Tying with a young tradition ICALEO will be concluded with the closing plenary session addressing the leading-edge developments in digital photonic production with lasers.

For more information, visit: www.icaleo.org

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