The conference and exhibition highlights compelling optics and photonics technologies – from digital optics to quantum technologies to optical imaging, sensing, and metrology. Thereby, the miniaturization of optical and optoelectronic components is decisive for enabling data communication and telecommunication as well as sensing and imaging applications.
This year Nanoscribe will showcase the new Quantum X align and its Aligned Two-Photon Lithography (A2PL ®) technology. The system is the first high-resolution 3D printer with sub-micrometer alignment capabilities in all spatial directions and is designed to drive innovations in the field of photonic packaging.
Freeform microlenses can be directly printed, aligned and tilt-compensated to the optical axis of fibers and photonic chips, enabling Free Space Microoptical Coupling (FSMOC) between these elements. The printed freeform microoptics can shape light and convert the mode field according to the application, providing a highly robust solution for light coupling with minimal optical losses.
Don't miss out on our CSO Dr. Michael Thiel talking about advancements in Two-Photon Grayscale Lithography and come visit us at booth 3041 (hall D) to explore the world of nano and microstructures! Take a look at our Lensed Fiber Array demonstrator and our interactive showcase equipped with a tablet that allows you to zoom into our tiny 3D-printed structures.