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SPIE Professional Magazine

The April 2018 issue of SPIE Professional features the SPIE 2018 Global Salary Report, winners of the PRISM Awards for Photonics Innovation, as well as articles about SPIE conferences and resources for the optics and photonics industry.

All the articles in the print version of this issue are published online as one PDF. See a selection of these articles below.

Thank you to our contributing writers and our advertisers!

Our next issue will be published in July 2018.

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Featured Articles

Devices using quantum technologies are reaching milestones.

50 years of Zerodur milestones.

VCSEL technology is finding applications in consumer electronics and more.

April 2018 | ISSN 1994-4403

The PDF of the April 2018 issue has been optimized for downloading but is still 10.8 MB.

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EU-RoHS task force seeks help from the optics and photonics community.

New entrepreneurs pitched light-based technology business at Photonics West.

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