Photonex Scotland Roadshow | 8th May 2016 | James Watt Centre - Heriot-Watt UniversityVisit the website>Register to attend for free>Photonex Scotland Roadshow
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Dear Colleague,

The one-week countdown begins to the Photonex roadshow in Scotland, Wednesday 8th June.  We very much look forward to seeing you there.  

“The event is a good mix of academia and industry”, Nick Herring, Eluxi
New News

We now have speaker abstracts up on our website.  This will give you a better understanding on what the talks will be about.  Feel free to read the abstracts so you can pick the talks you really want to attend.  The topics covered will span from ‘Shaping the light of neuroscience’ to ‘Optical actuated micro-robotics’.



We have 17 poster papers accepted into the conference.  Come and meet the next generation of scientists.  See what they are studying, ask questions and share your industry knowledge with them.


 
Exhibition

As well as the conference, which has great speakers and opportunities to network amongst others, attending the exhibition will provide you with the opportunity to meet companies dedicated to optics, photonics and imaging technology.  You will discover the latest applications and solutions in the industry.  The exhibition is a great platform to get connected with the right partner for your work.
               


About Photonex Scotland Roadshow...

This interdisciplinary event at Heriot-Watt University is open to all and brings together:
  1. A conference
  2. An exhibition
  3. Educational tutorials and
  4. VACUUM ROADSHOW - a vacuum technologies exhibition in the adjacent hall.
Register

This event is free to attend.



We looking forward to seeing you Wednesday 8th June.

Kind regards,

 

Steven Adjei
Xmark Media Ltd
Effingham KT24 5JS, UK
E: steven@xmarkmedia.com T: +44(0)1372 750555
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