24 February 2010

Optics as a key enabling technology in Medical Technology

  • Sector: Medical Group
  • Location: Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, Galway, Ireland
  • Attendees: All welcome





As partners in the new Photonics and Plastic Electronics KTN, the Welsh Optics-Electronics Forum (WOF) is supporting a seminar - Optics in Medical Technology - Optics as a key enabling technology in Medical Technology in Ballybrit, Galway, Eire.

Speakers include:

Prof Chris Dainty, Applied Optics Galway University - Optics and Photonics for Medical Device Manufacturing.

Dr Michael Burka, Hardware Engineering, InfraReDx Massachusetts - Near-infrared Spectroscopic Detection of Core Coronary plaques.

Dr Stephen Morris, Nightingale-EOS Ltd, North Wales - Bringing Semiconductor-industry Process Control to Medical Device Manufacturing

Mark Curtis, Vision Engineering Ltd, Surrey - Inspection and quality control issues associated with medical device manufacturing

Prof Malino Olivo, Galway University - Nanobiophotonics in diagnostics and therapeutics

Dr Gerard O’Connor & Mr Alan Conneely, Centre for Laser Application, Galway University - Enabling New Ultrafast Laser based Manufacturing processes New facilities and opportunities at Galway University.

Prof Chris Dainty Applied Optics & Imaging, Galway University - Illuminating pathways to harness optics technology for Ireland’s medical technology sector – towards achieving competitive advantage.

Concluding remarks Sharon Higgins IMDA Director

Please book with:

Susan Sheridan,
WOF Administrator,
OpTIC Technium, Ffordd William Morgan,
St Asaph Business Park, St Asaph,
LL17 0JD, North Wales

Direct Dial: +44 (0)1745 535 235
Reception: +44 (0)1745 535 100

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