(my apologies for any multiple/cross-posting)
BioPhotonic Solutions Inc. will be holding its Workshop on MIIPS Technology
in East Lansing, Michigan on August 15th- 17th 2008. We invite you to
witness and get hands-on experience on a number of laser systems with pulse
durations from 4 fs to 100 fs, using the MIIPS technology for
characterization and elimination of high-order phase distortions at the target.
Beyond transform limited pulses, this technology gives you the tools to
optimize any application in diverse disciplines like Applied Physics,
Chemistry, Material Characterization and Life Sciences.
This meeting will detail how MIIPS is being used to improve;
- Pulse characterization
- Pulse compression
- Two-photon microscopy
- Coherent control
- Measuring GDD & TOD.
The detailed itinerary is posted on the BioPhotonic Solutions web-site at:
*This workshop will include: Invited lectures, posters, and extensive
hands-on work on five different femtosecond laser systems.*
Registration deadline is July 15th, 2008.
To register send an email to [log in to unmask]
or visit http://www.biophotonicsolutions.com/workshop.php
This workshop is co-sponsored by; Coherent, Inc. and CRi
Imagine being able to focus 100% of your group’s efforts on research by
completely eliminating laser tweaking, and your most important project not
depending on the world’s best laser jock. Imagine having full control over
your femtosecond laser pulses! Register for the MIIPS workshop today!
Please forward this notice to colleagues you think would benefit from
attending this workshop!
Igor Pastirk, CTO
BioPhotonic Solutions, Inc
**Those wishing to present a poster at the conference should submit an
abstract with their registration form. There are very limited funds
remaining to support graduate student and postdoctoral researchers. Those
wishing to be considered for such support should submit an abstract and a
brief letter of support from their research advisor to the Chair as soon as
possible. Further information on registration, the meeting site, and travel
arrangements can be found at the BioPhotonic Solutions web site.**
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