SOURCE The Laser Institute
In its 38th iteration, The Laser Institute’s (LIA) flagship International Congress on Applications of Lasers & Electro-Optics (ICALEO) will now feature five technical tracks during its technical conference, with the addition of Battery Systems & Energy Conversion.
ORLANDO, Fla.— For four days this October 7-10th, lasers and electro-optics industry experts and leaders from all over the world will congregate in Orlando, Florida for the 38th annual ICALEO conference, hosted by The Laser Institute (LIA).
Notable topics will include Gerrit Hohenhoff’s comparison between scanning laser optical tomography (SLOT) and Micro Computed Tomography (µCT) in 3D printing (“Comparison of SLOT and µCT Investigation of 3D Printed Polymer Parts for Quality Assurance”) and Yongfeng Lu’s two-photon polymerization technique in 3D nanofabrication (“Two-Photon Polymerization of Blended Resin Mixtures for 3D Nanofabrication of Functional Structures”).
In addition, Rüdiger Brockmann’s take on autonomous laser processes (“Smart Production – On the Way to Autonomous Laser Processing”) will join Shiva Gadag’s improvement on the compatibility of heart implants with MRI tests via laser doping (“Laser Doping of Platinum for MRI Compatibility of Pace Maker Implants”) in the Laser Materials Microprocessing track. Leonid Lev’sthoughts on the future of powertrain technology will be covered in his presentation (“Laser Applications in Automotive Battery Powertrain Production”) for the Battery Systems & Energy Conversion track.