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    Pengpeng Zhao receives Best Paper Award at Photonics West


    Pengpeng Zhao, a doctoral student at the Gisela and Erwin Sick Chair of Micro-optics, received the Best Student Paper award at the MOEMS and Miniaturized Systems conference, part of SPIE Photonics West.

    NAMIS International Autumn School: M.Sc. Simon Kretschmer got the best poster award


    M.Sc. Simon Kretschmer was awarded for the best poster during this year's International Autumn School of the NAMIS research network

    Dr. Cu-Nguyen presented Young Scientist Award from IEEE Japan


    The Japan Chapter of the Photonics Society of the IEEE has presented the Young Scientist Award to Dr. Cu-Nguyen of the Gisela and Erwin Sick Chair of Micro-optics. At the 20th Microoptics Conference held in Fukuoka, Japan, Dr....

    Micro-optics sponsors German-Chinese optics symposium


    The Gisela and Erwin Sick Laboratory for Micro-optics together with the State Key Laboratory on Integrated Optoelectronics at Jilin University in China will hold a joint “Sino-German Workshop on Photonic Manufacturing,...

    The Engineered Eyeball on ARTE


    The Engineered Eyeball, developed by the Gisela and Erwin Sick Laboratory for Micro-optics, was featured in the popular science television show X:enius, seen Europe-wide on ARTE in April.

    Micro-optics receives the 2013 Rudolf Kingslake Medal


    Three members of the Gisela and Erwin Sick Laboratory for Micro-optics are recipients of the 2013 Rudolf Kingslake Medal and Prize awarded by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.

    Optofluidic router featured in Nature Photonics


    A recent article in "Lab on a Chip" describing an optofluidic optical router developed by the Gisela and Erwin Sick Chair of Micro-optics in collaboration with CSIC in Barcelona, Spain, was featured as a "Research Highlight" by...

    The Eyes have it - New imaging concept attracts attention


    A recent article published by researchers from the Gisela and Erwin Sick Chair for Micro-optics  (“A miniaturized tunable imaging system inspired by the human eye,” Optics Letters, 38(20), 3991–3994, 2013.) was the subject...

    Lost in Translation - What ails Technology Transfer


    In a recent Commentary written for Nature (“Bridging the market gap,” 501, 483-485, 2013), Prof. Hans Zappe outlined his views concerning the problems facing technology transfer from the university laboratory to industry. Due to...

    The Future of Academic Publishing


    Public Panel Discussion on April 17, on the much-debated 'Open Access' Model

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