Photonics Career Development News

  1. Scientists Say U.S. Must Raise Investments, Develop Workforce To Lead Quantum Computing Race

    Representatives from government, academe, and industry say the United States should strengthen collaboration, increase funding, and build an interdisciplinary workforce who will develop photonics-enabled quantum technologies, which will be critical to the country's global competitiveness and security in the near future.

  2. Aspiring Photonics Entrepreneurs Invited To Apply For SPIE Startup Challenge

    Aspiring entrepreneurs have until 16 November to apply for an opportunity pitch their light-based technology product ideas to a team of business development experts and venture capitalists — and win a share of more than $85,000 in cash, prizes, and support in the SPIE Startup Challenge 2018.

  3. Innovation-Driving Research, Applications To Take Center Stage At SPIE Photonics West 2018

    Talks by two Nobel Laureates will be among more than 5,200 leading-edge technical presentations held alongside the premier global photonics and laser exhibition, seminars, and training courses at SPIE Photonics West 2018 in San Francisco, California.

  4. Outstanding Early-Career Work Eligible For SPIE Rising Researcher Awards

    Early-career professionals who are conducting outstanding work in product development or research in defense, commercial, and scientific sensing, imaging, optics, or related fields are invited to apply for Rising Researchers awards in a program offered by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.