At LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2017 not only the conferences, presentations and panel discussions gave the visitors additional momentum and background information on the fair´s interesting topics, but also the special exhibition areas inspired the attendees with regard to the latest developments and applications in laser technology.
LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2017 featured a first-rate supporting program, making it a perfect platform for networking and knowledge sharing.
LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA supporting program 2017:
IEEE Photonics Short Courses
Industrial short courses for engineers, scientists and working professionals
|Date:||September 14/15, 2017|
|Venue:||Hall 9, 1st Floor (Conference Area), Pragati Maidan, New Delhi|
|Organized by:||IEEE Photonics Society and Messe Muenchen India|
IEEE Photonics Society organized 3 industrial short courses concurrent to LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA.
Course Fees: Rs 1000/- per Person per Course (by DD/Online Transfer)
For detailed information please download the flyer:
Course 1) Fiber Lasers and Applications (September 14, 9am - 1pm)
Speakers: Dr. B.N. Upadhyay, Dr. M.R. Shenoy
Outline: Introduction to fiber lasers, laser basics, CW and pulsed lasers, Optical fibers and rare earth doped fibers, Yb and Er doped fiber lasers, Fiber laser components, Mode-locking of fiber lasers, High power CW fiber lasers, applications of fiber lasers.
About the Course: Recent advances in fiber lasers have led to the development of optical sources in a wide range of wavelengths with excellent performance in terms of efficiency, beam quality and output power. Fiber lasers now form invaluable tool in various applications - ranging from material processing, military, metrology, and healthcare. This course is intended to provide an introduction to fiber lasers, starting from the basic principle of operation and design considerations, which will be followed by discussion on some laser systems, including high-power fiber lasers. Applications of fiber lasers in some of the areas will also be discussed.
Course 2) Nanophotonics (September 14, 2pm - 6pm)
Speaker: Dr. Joby Joseph
About the Course: Nanophotonics is the branch in which behavior of light with nanometer sized/structured materials are studied for various potential applications and in some cases new phenomenon are observed. This short courses covers the basic topics leading to the basic understanding and physical phenomena nanophotonics. Topics covered are: Basic properties of EM waves, Light matter interaction in macro, micro and nanostructures, Plasmonics, Optical properties of surface plasmons and localized surface plasmons, Quantum dots, nano-structured materials, Photonic crystals, metamaterials, Fabrication of photonic structures & metamaterials, Some applications, etc.
Course 3) Optical Fiber and Waveguides (September 15, 2pm - 6pm)
Speakers: Dr. Ajoy Ghatak, Dr. R.K. Varshney
About the Course: An optical waveguide is a spatially inhomogeneous structure for guiding light, i.e. for restricting the spatial region in which light can propagate. Usually, a waveguide contains a region of increased refractive index, compared with the surrounding medium (called cladding). However, guidance is also possible, e.g., by the use of reflections, e.g. at metallic interfaces. Some waveguides also involve plasmonic effects at metals. Most waveguides exhibit two-dimensional guidance, thus restricting the extension of guided light in two dimensions and permitting propagation essentially only in one dimension. The most important type of two-dimensional waveguide is the optical fiber. There are also one-dimensional waveguides, often called Planar waveguides. This course covers broad range of topics such as modal analysis in step index and graded index optical fiber, Spot size and offset losses calculation using various methods, attenuation, dispersion measurement for various refractive index profiles, modal analysis in multilayer symmetric and asymmetric planar waveguides, design of directional coupler using planar waveguides, Fiber optic link design etc.
For more assistance please contact:
| Rima Dodhia
Tel: +91 22 4255 4700 / 42554728(D)
Mobile: +91 9833220450
| Keerthi Prasad H
Tel: +91 22 41241817 / 41241812(D)
Mobile: +91 9743523979
Additive Manufacturing Insight (AMI)
International Conference on Additive Manufacturing Technology,
bringing together technology leaders, key users and practitioners of additive manufacturing
|Date:||September 15, 2017|
|Time:||10:00 am onwards|
|Venue:||Hall 7D, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi|
|Organized by:||CNT and Messe Muenchen India|
Additive Manufacturing is proving to be great enabling technology for various industries with major impact seen in Automotive, Aerospace, Electronics and Medical. Attendees gained a comprehensive understanding of the state-of-the-art in 3D printing and the latest technological advances in 3D printers and its application for the Indian market.
Benefits of attending:
The Additive Manufacturing Insight wasthe launch edition of conference cum exhibition in India that examined the industrial applications of additive technologies.
Exploring the processes, equipment and materials used for making production parts or tooling.
Technical sessions showed you the benefits and obstacles to implementing or expanding the use of additive processing in your facility.
Key companies participating as exhibitors were: Renishaw, Redington3d, 3D systems, Novabeans, Capricot Technologies, Stratasys, Shree Rapid Technologies, TRUMPF to name a few.
|09:00||Registration and Networking Session|
|10:00||Bhupinder Singh, CEO, Messe Muenchen India||MMI||Introduction to AMI 2017|
|10:15||Nishant Shah||Imaginarium India||Understanding the Industrialization Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing|
|10:30||Aditya Chandavarkar||CNT Expositions and Services LLP||Recent Developments in Additive Manufacturing Processes, Materials and Applications|
|10:55||Ravi Ranjan, Vikash & Anand Ram||Redington 3D||3D Printing & 3D Scanning a Definite Game Changer|
|11:20||Mr. Anant Deshpande||Optomec||Hybrid Approach to Accelerate Adoption of Metal Printing|
|11:45||Nayan Patel||Renishaw Metrology Pvt. Ltd.||Boosting Industrial Productivity to Metal Additive Manufacturing|
|12:10||Ketan Jajal||Stryker||Case Study: Utilizing 3D Printing Solutions in the Medical Ecosystem and Devices|
|12:35|| Moderator: Aditya Chandavarkar
Panelists: Nishant Shah (Imaginarium India), Nitin Chaudhari (Shree Rapid Tech), Jitendra Bharioke (Solvay), Nayan Patel (Renishaw)
|Panel Discussion: 3D printing as the catalyst of Innovation in rapid manufacturing|
|13:15|| Conference adjourned.
Networking Session and Lunch
|New: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PAVILION|
3D printing in manufacturing opens up new perspectives for industrial applications: small numbers as well as complex components from various materials can thus be manufactured cost-effectively and in less time.
For the first time, LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA presented a dedicated Special Exhibition Area showcasing laser-based processes and systems for Additive Manufacturing in industrial applications. Visitors found here comprehensive information about the state-of-the-art in 3D printing and its applications for the Indian market. The market for 3D printer prototyping and materials in India is projected to reach over USD 62 million by 2022. A good reason to visit the Additive Manufacturing Pavilion in Hall 7D at LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2017.
|2nd edition: LASER SAFETY FORUM|
“Ideal processes are the aim of every economic production. At the same time, safety at work and also laser safety must be kept clearly in mind for the production of man and machine.”
(Source: blz Bayerisches Laserzentrum)
Achieving a safe laser environment at any production or research location should be in the focus of anyone who constructs, implements or uses laser technology. For this purpose, the Laser Safety Forum at LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2017—a comprehensive point of information, learning and networking for both exhibitors and visitors—covered all aspects of laser safety practice and hazard control. Laser safety experts shared their know-how and taught about the practical applications of laser safety. Manufacturers of laser safety products met new customers and helped them make their work safer. The Laser Safety Forum explored everyday scenarios that any user involved in laser activities may encounter.
The LASER SAFETY FORUM took place in Hall 7, Booth 7F22 at LASER World of PHOTONICS INDIA 2017. Here you could learn from the experts what you need to know about laser safety. Attending the presentation program and visiting the FORUM was possible at any time.
|Who should attend?|
|Decision makers, consultants and users of laser technology, such as|
blz Bayerisches Laserzentrum
- Rima Dodhia
- Project Director
- +91 983 3220450
- Susanne Figaj
- Senior Exhibition Manager
- +49 89 949-20325
- +49 89 949-97-20325