Maria Ebbinghaus works as Marketing Manager at FBGS.
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Three years of joint work lie behind the 21 alliance partners of the growth core TOF [Tailored Optical Fibers]. On November 26, 2019, the 19 companies and 2 research institutes will present the results of their cooperation, give an outlook on the utilization and enter into an exchange with potential users of their technologies.
Aula der Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena Lichtenhainer Oberweg 07745 Jena Deutschland
The workshop is aimed at experts from industry and research.
A variety of presentations from industry and research as well as current research results from the growth core ‘Tailored Optical Fibers’.
John Arkwright of Arkwright Technologies, Australia, will give the keynote speech.
9:00 – 9:30
Reception & Registration
10:00 – 12:30
Eric Lindner – FBGS Technologies GmbH
Hartmut Bartelt – Leibniz Institute for Photonic Technologies e.V.; Keynote: Application Specific FBG sensors for biomed and beyond
John Arkwright – Arkwright Technologies, Australia
SESSION Fiber-based Sensor Systems
Endoscopy over single multimode fibers
Tomas Cizmar ‘ Leibniz Institute for Photonic Technologies e.V.
Special Challenges and New Applications in Optical Endoscopy
Klaus Irion ‘ KARL STORZ Global
Advances in nonlinear endomicroscopy for molecular imaging
Bernhard Messerschmidt ‘ GRINTECH GmbH
Project overview – Development of new sensor concepts based on microstructured and hollow core fibers for multisensor applications
Eric Lindner ‘ FBGS Technologies GmbH
[Lunch & Networking]
13:30 – 15:30
SESSION Robust fibres
High Temperature Sensors: Requirements for Monitoring Fibers in the Petroleum Industry
Petar Basic, Patrick Weissinger ‘ NBG FCT GmbH
Project overview – development of new materials and technologies for the industrial production of special fibers for extreme environmental conditions and highly demanding applications
Jürgen Rosenkranz ‘ j-fiber GmbH
Peter Schreiber ‘ Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering
SESSION Fiber-based light sources
N.N. ‘ Active Fiber Systems GmbH
Project overview – Development of innovative light sources based on novel micro- and nanostructured fibers
Thomas Gabler ‘ LASOS Lasertechnik GmbH
[Coffee Break & Networking]
15:45 – 17:00
SESSION Luminous fibre-based fabrics
Functional requirements and strategies for ambience design in automobiles
N.N. ‘ BMW AG
Project overview – Development of processes for the processing of glass fibres in textiles for lighting purposes
Klaus Richter ‘ ITP GmbH – Society for Intelligent Textile Products