SPIE Photonics Europe & Optical System Design

Experience two cross-disciplinary SPIE events showcasing cutting-edge optics and photonics technologies, encompassing digital optics, quantum technologies, optical imaging, sensing, and metrology. The events will also cover topics such as metalenses, AR/VR, and, of course, strategies for addressing these challenges through optical design.

This is an opportunity to engage with our technical experts and sales representatives to explore the diverse applications and solutions offered by our optical modeling and design software, VirtualLab Fusion.

You are encouraged to attend the Computational Optics Conference and enjoy Frank Wyrowski's presentations, where he will discuss a method for formulating physical optics propagation in homogeneous media, facilitating a smooth transition to the subset of geometrical optics in both theory and practice. But optical systems are not just free-space propagation, are they?

So, in addition, delve into the topic of "Physical-Optics Modeling and Design of Curved Surfaces" for deeper insights.

Further details and conference talks are provided below. 

SPIE Photonics Europe

Join us in celebrating two decades of Photonics Europe in collaboration with SPIE. Seize this excellent opportunity to engage with our technical experts and sales representatives for discussions on the myriad application possibilities of our Optical Modeling and Design Software, VirtualLab Fusion. 

Meet us on site:
09 – 10 April 2024
Booth number: 318

SPIE Optical System Design

This year, SPIE Optical Systems Design 2024 is co-located at Photonics Europe. 

You are warmly invited to join us for an exciting opportunity to attend our presentations at the forthcoming Technical Conference on Computational Optics!

Do not miss out on this chance to learn and interact with our experts. 

Seamless Transition to Geometrical Optics Concepts in a Fully Physical Optics Framework
Frank Wyrowski | 11 April 2024 • 11:00 – 11:30 (CEST) | 13023-22

Enabling Large-Scale Nanostructure Modeling by Fourier Modal Method in Combination with Distributed Computing
Benjamin Krüger | 11 April 2024 • 11:50 – 12:10 (CEST) | 13023-24

Physical-Optics Modeling and Design of Curved Surfaces
Frank Wyrowski | 11 April 2024 • 12:10 – 12:30 (CEST) | 13023-25

Fast Modeling of Volume Gratings by Fourier Modal Method
Benjamin Krüger | 11 April 2024 • 14:40 – 15:00 (CEST) | 13023-28