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SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing 2019 | Call for Papers

SPIE Journals OPEN ACCESS

Defense & Security

Hexagon KH-9: Meeting the challenge

The Hexagon KH-9 Reconnaissance Satellite is still considered one of the most complicated systems ever put into space.

Manijeh Razeghi

"Look inside the tiniest of particles and you will find a universe." - Rumi (1207-1273), quoted on the back of Razeghi's "Fundamentals of Solid State Engineering" (2nd edition).

15 November 2018
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Opportunistic deep space missions to comets

5 November 2018
PW childcare grant

SPIE has created a grant to give parents equal opportunity to attend its largest annual meeting.

1 November 2018
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Optics + Photonics 2018 Plenary Presentation Recordings

2 October 2018
UK quantum teams to build QKD, atomic clock, and gravity sensor prototypes
Industry-led effort aims to develop four quantum instruments, each underpinned by photonics technology, within two years.
13 November 2018
Coherent sales hit by US-China tariffs
Trade war takes the edge off record-breaking fiscal year, with a 10% dip in sales now pencilled in for 2019.
7 November 2018
nLight looks to move up power scale
Fiber laser firm reports 'aggressive' price competition in China; says will move beyond 10 kW in 2019.
6 November 2018
NASA tests femtosecond lasers for welding and drilling
Agency wants to eliminate use of epoxies that can outgas and contaminate space hardware.
5 November 2018
 

Timothy Day: Good causes make for great business in photonics

SPIE Newsroom
03 July 2018