January 4, 2024

Dr. Toni Pasanen to Present Black Silicon at OPTRO 2024

Toni Pasanen

ElFys, in collaboration with our esteemed partner, Hi-Tech Detection Systems (HTDS), is excited to announce our participation at the 11th OPTRO symposium in Bordeaux, taking place from January 23 to 25, 2024. We are located at stand 9, where we look forward to engaging with attendees and sharing insights about our latest innovations.

This event, renowned for showcasing cutting-edge optical and photonic technologies, provides an excellent platform for us to connect with industry experts and enthusiasts alike. We are thrilled that Dr. Toni Pasanen will be presenting a session titled "Black Silicon" on January 24 at 2:40 p.m. We look forward to an engaging and informative event at the OPTRO symposium and hope to see you there.This presentation will delve into the latest advancements and applications of Black Silicon technology, highlighting its significance and potential impact on the industry.

About Optro

The 11th edition of the OPTRO symposium, the flagship event for defense optoelectronics, will highlight the latest advances in optronics, particularly in the defense and security sectors.The event will also explore the future opportunities that photonics promises through emerging technologies, providing insight into the exciting prospects that lie ahead in these areas. Conferences and exhibitions will bring together scientists, engineers, manufacturers and key accounts, as well as institutional delegations, from the defense market. They will be able to benefit from exchanges between colleagues, transcending national borders and disciplinary fields. It is also an opportunity for professionals in the sector and visitors to discover the latest innovations and trends in optoelectronics.

In the program : Exposure Conferences and workshops on the latest trends and innovations in the sector Demonstrations of products and services EPIC 2024 round table Meetings between professionals A space dedicated to training OPTRO 2024 Prize awarded on January 24, 2024.

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