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Cluster Report Photonics in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

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22 Cluster Report Optics and Photonics – Laser Technology Overall, there are plenty of providers in the region offering their expertise in the calculation and construction of optical systems. Independent developers like Raab-Photonik GmbH assemble and optimise suitable systems, offering measurement, simulation, and testing of optical systems from a single source. In addition, they help their customers on such things as filing patent applications. Off-axis telescope with free-form mirror (left) and reflection analysis of a Fizeau interferometer lens (right) © Baer – Optical Engineering JCMwave GmbH develops and distributes software for fast and accurate optical simulations. The applications for the JCMsuite finite element solver are in the field of nanooptics. Systems for photolithography can be calculated as well as solar cells, integrated optical components, active components, waveguides, and plasmonic components. JCMwave was founded in 2001 as a spin-off of the Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB). Compact interferometer for wavefront measurement © TRIOPTICS Berlin GmbH Baer – Optical Engineering has similar services on offer. In addition to conventional optical design and the development of optical systems together with peripherals, the office develops algorithms to calibrate optical systems as well as electronic circuits for measurement technology and sensor technology. JP-ProteQ works on the analytical acquisition of production data as a basis for reliable process control without restricting itself to specific technologies or manufacturers. Rather, the task itself is in the foreground. JP-ProteQ thus cooperates with such partners as the University of Potsdam, Raab-Photonik, and Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof, who contribute their detailed expertise and experience to the respective projects. Laseraplikon GmbH was founded in 2017, emerging from Laser- und Medizin-Technologie Berlin (LMTB). The new company sees itself as a technical and scientific service provider for all aspects relating to laser light. The range of services offered by Laseraplikon GmbH includes the organisation and implementation of laser courses to meet the latest legal requirements, scientific editing for publications with a special focus on medical and technical laser applications, as well as laser inscription, labelling, and marking of workpieces, tools and components, and custom measurement and testing equipment.

Cluster Report Optics and Photonics – Laser Technology 23 Networks for Laser Technology In recent years, a variety of networks related to laser technology have formed in the region to facilitate access for companies and research institutions to such resources as knowledge or capital, both locally and internationally. Chapter 4.2 “Networks” gives a look at these organisations. Particularly noteworthy is Laserverbund Berlin-Brandenburg e. V. which hosts regular meetings for users and manufacturers of industrial laser technology. Many user meetings include visits to companies and institutes of interest, with the goal of promoting further exchange with leaders in the industry. Contact: Thomas Beck Spokesperson Focus Area Laser Technology Phone: +49 (0)30 34612841 E-mail:

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