Science Photonics Fair 2018 Exhibition Outline

Science Photonics Fair consists of several related exhibitions for companies and researchers working with infrared waves, ultraviolet waves, spectroscopy, thin films, optics, lasers, and more. The exhibitions are organized as Technology Fairs to showcase the latest advances in these important areas of optics and photonics research. The activity is designed to create a harmonious effect between these important scientific communities. Join the Science Photonics Fair 2018 to explore the latest advances in optics and photonics technologies.

Date :
13 (Tue) – 15 (Thu) November 2018, 10:00 – 17:00
Venue :
Science Museum (Kitanomaru Garden, Tokyo)
Entry :
Pre- or onsite registration
Admission :
free
Sponsorship and Planning cooperation :
Japan Photonics Council (JPC) / The Optical Society of Japan (OSJ) / The Laser Society of Japan / The Spectroscopical Society of Japan / The Japan Society of Infrared Science and Technology / The Optical Thin-Film Science and Engineering group / JPC Ultraviolet Study Group / Consortium of Visible Laser Diode Applications / JAPAN IMPOTERS ASSOCIATION OF LASERS & ELECTRO-OPTICS (JIAL)
Secretariat :
The Optronics Co., Ltd.

IR Fair Planning cooperation : The Japan Society of Infrared Science and Technology

Infrared waves are a hot industry topic because of military applications like night vision and long-range sensing. The development of related technologies is also supported by government funding. Materials in the infrared region are relatively abundant and get practical realization quickly in the form of lasers. Infrared waves are also applied in a wide range of fields such as security / defense sensors, observation / research sensors, temperature sensors, remote sensing, astronomical optics, infrared communication (IrDA), wireless remote control, vein authentication, and non-destructive inspection / measurement. IR Fair introduces advanced infrared products and technologies in a dedicated business environment.

Optical Thin Film Fair Planning cooperation : The Optical Thin-Film Science and Engineering group/span>

Thin film technologies are used in a wide range of fields like antireflective coatings for glasses and cameras, filters for transmitting or reflecting a specific wavelength. Applications range from simple building glass to super multilayer filters for large-capacity optical communication systems, transparent conductive films for photovoltaic cells, and liquid crystal display panels. Thin film technologies are also an important technology for the productions of display devices, optical memories, and thin-film photovoltaic cells. The Optical Thin Film Fair gathers companies working in the latest optical thin film coatings and manufacturing and connects them with customers and suppliers.

Spectroscopy Fair Planning cooperation : The Spectroscopical Society of Japan

Using spectroscopic technique, you get qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis and change information of subject material by analyzing the wavelength absorption characteristics. This technique is applied in various fields such as astronomy, physics, optics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, and medical science. Specifically, it can be used to measure the sugar content of fruits, atmospheric pollution, and is a major tool in the astronomical search for habitable exoplanets. Spectroscopic equipment and techniques are becoming more affordable and are increasingly applied to a broad range of scientific research. Spectroscopy Fair introduces products and technologies that demonstrate the latest advances in the industry.

UV Fair Planning cooperation: JPC – Ultra Violet Light Research Group

Ultraviolet rays have harmful aspects on the human body but on the other hand, there are many useful chemical actions and have been applied in a wide range of fields such as disinfection, pest control, black light for synthesis of vitamin D, metabolism promotion for biological objects and prevention of forgery, spectral photometers, UV lithography, fire alarm, and UV-curable resin. UV Fair introduces products and technologies related to ultraviolet rays based on the latest technology developments.

Laser Science Technology Fair Planning cooperation : The Laser Society of Japan

Lasers are used in a wide range of fields, like industrial laser processing, 3D manufacturing, bar scanners, and communication. Nevertheless, the field that receives the most attention at the moment is Science Technology because there is national funding support. Lasers are a key component of major research areas like biomedical technologies and energy sciences. University labs and research institutes require light sources, measuring instruments, microscopes, analytical / inspection equipment, spectrometers, and even large-scale laser systems. We look forward to your exhibit at Laser Science Technology Fair to connect with scientists, research institutes, and laser labs for future business.

Optics Fair Planning cooperation : The Optical Society of Japan (OSJ)

Optics and prototype processing technologies are the specialty fields of Japan and are a key component underlying all Science Technology R&D. The optics community recognizes the “Technique of Japan” that supports the JAPAN brand in the field of optics. Optics Fair introduces all the latest optical products and technologies in one place and connects buyers with quality suppliers.

Light and Laser Applied Sensor Fair Planning cooperation : SENS>AIT Project

Sensors are rapidly growing to almost a ¥10 trillion JPY market by integration with IoT, AI, and Network Systems. Sensors have been used as indispensable devices in consumer products, as well as industrial development in various fields such as robots, automobiles, security, defense, medical / nursing care, environment / weather, and measurement / inspection. Optical engineering and laser science hold prominent positions as key technologies in the sensors industry and companies are continuing to develop new advances. The Light and Laser Applied Sensor Fair brings these companies together with the related audience from science and industry.