Weekly Lasers Wrap Up – Week of February 6, 2017
What happened this week in Lasers? Discover the latest from the Laser Institute of America LasersToday.com Weekly Wrap-Up:
Laser Industry News
Just one year after researchers were able to detect the existence of gravitational waves using lasers, Albert Einstein Institute (AEI) researchers have developed two new technologies with greater sensitivity to gravitational waves. Check out the details here.
GE has positioned itself as one of the companies leading the additive manufacturing revolution. Don’t miss Greg Morris of GE Additive, delivering the Day One keynote at LAM® 2017. Learn more about Morris, and GE’s contributions to additive manufacturing applications here.
Only two weeks remain until LAM 2017! There is still time to register for this premiere additive manufacturing event, taking place February 21-22, 2017, in Houston, Texas. For more information, and to register, please visit: https://www.lia.org/conferences/lam.
LAM 2017 will be chaired by Professor Milan Brandt of RIMT University. Learn more about Brandt’s work with lasers, additive manufacturing, and more here.
Unable to attend and want live updates from the event? Follow #LAM2017 and @laserinstitute on Twitter for live coverage of LAM® 2017. Attendees! Join the fun, and tag your updates and photos with us, as well!
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