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ICALEO 2013: The Premier Conference for Industry-Leading Laser Research
Date:9/20/2013

on Tuesday by LIA President Klaus Loeffler of TRUMPF, will instruct attendees on How to Turn Your Laser Idea into a Sustainable Business. He has chosen five businesses — Begneaud Manufacturing, Joining Tech, Innovative Laser Technology, Ad Value Photonics and BOS Photonics — to share real-world challenges and successes. The panel’s experience runs from running a laser-based sheet metal job shop to application R&D, systems for manufacturing medical devices, developing lasers and components like 2µm laser resonators, and business dealings in China.

“The main application with lasers is in 2D flat sheet cutting,” Loeffler said. “This market is close to being saturated. The fabrication companies need to move into 3D laser work like tube or formed parts and need to move into laser welding of sheet metal structures. Dollar-wise, this will be one of the largest and steady growth areas for lasers. Due to our life expectancy increasing, the global need for medical implants and others will grow — and with it laser demand. The real new kid on the block, ultrashort pulse lasers in different wavelengths, will mean the biggest change to engineering, products and our lives.”

Loeffler also leads LIA’s Laser Running Club, which started four years ago. This year’s morning “Run with the President” is an official part of the program, “and all of us are very happy,” he enthused. “During the runs we talk about what is new in lasers” as well as more general topics. “We are all friends after one run and start working together to get lasers to the next level.”

A Schawlow First

Prof. Dr. Ursula Keller, this year’s recipient of the Arthur L. Schawlow Award, is the first woman to win the honor. Keller, a pioneer in ultrafast laser research, will be presented with the award during Wednesday’s Awards luncheon.

“My fundamental mission is to explore and push the frontiers in ultrafast science and technology, using interdisciplinary understanding of
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