Anniversary Symposium - Norsk Elektro Optikk AS

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Norsk Elektro Optikk AS
Anniversary Symposium
Norsk Elektro Optikk
hereby invites
NEO’s 25 Year
Anniversary Symposium
June 11th 2010
Starting at 09:00 am
Det norske videnskaps-akademi
(The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters)
Drammensveien 78
0271 Oslo
Please reply by June 1st to: [email protected] or by post
NEO will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a
one day-symposium of lectures covering interesting
topics in electro optics and photonics.
Invited International Speakers
Invited Norwegian Speakers
Professor Frank Tittel
Rice University
InfraRed Technologies for environmental
sensing: Present and Future Opportunities
and challenges.
Astrid Aksnes, NTNU
Heterodyne interferometeric char­acter­
isation of capacitive micro­machined
ultrasonic transducers (CMUTS)
Lise Randeberg, NTNU
Hyperspectral imaging as a diagnostic
tool in medicine: from forensic medicine to
diabetic ulcers
Karl Henrik Haugholt, SINTEF
FTIR activities at SINTEF
Gunnar Rustad, FFI
Tuneable Laser Source Development at FFI
Torbjørn Skauli, FFI
Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging for real
time target detection
Julio Hernandez, NEO
Hyperspectral Low- light Camera for
imaging of biological samples
Peter Geiser, NEO
Challenges of Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy
in Emission Control
Tor Sverre Lande, UiO
Exploring technology beyond digital
Peter Kaspersen, NEO
Historical highlights
Professor Federico Capasso
Harvard University.
Quantum Cascade Lasers: an enabling
technology for mid-infrared photonics.
Professor Sune Svanberg
Lund University
Environmental and Medical Applications
of Laser spectroscopy.
Professor Katarina Svanberg
Lund University Hospital
Laser spectroscopy in the detection and
treatment of cancer – a challenging
Dr Ulrike Willer
Technical University Clausthal
Photonic sensors for the detection of
hazardous materials
Dr. Jean-Pierre Huignard
Energy scaling of fiber lasers: Nonlinear
cleanup and beam combining
After a long day we are pleased to invite
you to dinner here at the Academy, starting
at 1900.
Norsk Elektro Optikk AS (NEO)
Why a symposium?
NEO was founded 25 years ago in the autumn
of 1985 with the objective to perform
research and development in electro optics
and photonics.
NEO has chosen to celebrate the past by
looking into the future of exciting and
novel electro-optics technologies to come.
This symposium makes it possible to
hear interesting lectures on state of the
art photonics related topics and to meet
scientists at the historical premises of The
Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
During coffee breaks, lunch and dinner it
possible to meet and interact with attendees
and NEO staff as well learn about some of
the products developed by NEO.
NEO has grown to be the largest independ­
ent and privately owned research group
in electro optics in Norway. NEO has
successfully managed to combine the sale
of electro optical instrumentation products
and performing advanced research and
product development. Typically ~80 % of
NEO’s turnover is re-invested in research
and development.
NEO specifically develops and markets
gas analysers based on laser spectroscopy,
underwater optics, digital imaging and
hyperspectral imaging. NEO is one of the
leading research organisations within these
NEO is owned by a foundation promoting
science and the arts that safeguards NEO’s
integrity and uniqueness as a research
intensive high technology company.
Norsk Elektro Optikk AS
P.O.Box 384, N-1471 Lørenskog, Norway
Telephone +47 67 97 47 00
Fax +47 67 97 49 00