New York Photonics

We’re all on the same wavelength here: Yours.

Responsible for world-changing technologies like television, instant copying, fiber optics and consumer photography, New York businesses and research centers are now developing—and exporting around the world—breakthrough applications for integrated photonics, adaptive optics, high-speed communications, geo-spatial imaging, photonic computing, nanolithography, and biomedical imaging. Look to New York Photonics as your organization for problem solving, with a collaborative ethic that maintains rigorous standards and understands the importance of speed to market.

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Member Directory

With the ability to browse current RRPC members by name, the Member Directory is an essential resource for the photonics community.

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Find A Solution

Have an idea or need one? Come to New York. You’ll find expertise in materials science, optic design and precision manufacturing.

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Careers in Optics

Opportunities exist at all levels, from optical, mechanical and electro-optics engineers and technicians to sales, marketing and support-level jobs.

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Recent News .

New York Photonics is a not-for-profit organization founded to promote and enhance the New York State optics, photonics and imaging industry by fostering the cooperation of business, academia and government.

Alexis Vogt of MCC working with HS teachers getting young people into the optics and photonics field

Getting young people into the optics and photonics field is vital to the fast growing industry. On June 19th, Alexis...

Governor Cuomo announces applications are now being accepted for round III of Luminate NY

Accelerator Aims to Bring Visionary Optics, Photonics and Imaging Companies and Emerging Technologies to the Finger Lakes Region Applications Will...

How to spread the wealth of pro-innovation policy

Two different-yet-related problems. First, America needs to become more productive to grow the American economy faster. Second, some regions seem...