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In an article in the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle from the Gannett Albany bureau, Cara Matthews reports that Cornell University President David Skorton spoke to lawmakers about the importance of investing in key high technology “sunrise” industries. The entire world sees New York State, and Rochester, as one of maybe two or three global centers for Optics, Photonics and Imaging dominance. Across the globe, countries are investing billions to compete...
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NOVEMBER 18, 2009 – ROCHESTER, NY – 120 people gathered at the Rochester Museum and Science Center last night for the RRPC / New York Photonics Annual Meeting and a panel discussion about Optics and Energy. Two RRPC members were recognized with awards for exceptional leadership and entrepreneurship. Michael Mandina, President of Optimax Systems, Ontario, NY, is the winner of the 2009 RRPC Entrepreneur of The Year Award. The award...
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One from GRE promoting Rochester and our assets: Click here to see the GRE’s video. One from New York Photonics suggesting that we need targeted public investment in our industry: Click here to view. Investment in university research is not enough to sustain an industry where New York still has a strategic advantage over the rest of the world. An aging workforce and some of the highest taxes in the...
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10:00am to 7:00pm 6368 Dean Parkway Ontario, NY Highlights (besides networking and food!) will include live demos of OptiPro’s optical machining centers and metrology equipment. In addition, demos of 5-Axis machine tools, including DMG, Hurco, Yama Seiki, and Ares-Seiki will take place. Mastercam’s newest software, X4, will be showcased as well. New this year, OptiPro is planning technical presentations from Sandvik, DMG, Hurco, and Mastercam. Contact Lynda Bechtold (Lynda[at] or...
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Dr. Michael J. Cumbo has been appointed Semrock’s new General Manager, effective September 14, 2009. Cumbo brings nearly 30 years of experience in lasers and electro-optics at publicly traded photonics companies such as OCLI, JDS Uniphase, and Coherent, and venture capital funded startups BinOptics, Raydiance and NanoGram Solar. Cumbo has a masters degree in electrical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology (1987), and a Masters (1990) and PhD (1993) in...
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Keynote Speaker: Takashi Tanaka World’s leading expert on Toyota Development System Creating the Multi-Skilled Technology Worker Pipeline: A Toyota Perspective Monday, November 2, 2009 2:30 –8:00 PM Monroe Community College R. Thomas Flynn Center Rooms A & B, 1000 East Henrietta Road Consultant Takashi Tanaka played an integral role in developing Toyota’s ‘oobeya’ project process for the first Prius, cutting the development cycle from a forecasted 36 months to an...
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Rochester, NY October, 2009 – Vincent Associates, the manufacturer of UNIBLITZ® shutters, is pleased to announce that they have received a United States patent for the UNIBLITZ®II N-CAS® NS series of shutters which has been recently released as a new product line. These products are the NS15 (15mm), NS25 (25mm), and the NS45 (45mm) series of shutters. Additional aperture sizes and additional uni-stable devices will also be available soon. The...
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Sydor Instruments announced the appointment of Daniel Rao as Account Executive: Aerospace & Defense.  Rao has more than 14 years of experience in both the commercial and government communications and electronics industries.  He has a solid record of achievement and demonstrated success driving multimillion-dollar program growth, while providing award-winning sales leadership in highly competitive technical markets.  His diverse professional experience includes program management, product development, and sales management. Prior to...
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FluxData introduces a 3-CCD polarization camera in a new compact form factor. The FD-1665P is a new camera system capable of collecting video at three linear polarization orientations simultaneously. Polarimetric imaging is an active research area in medical, machine vision and defense applications. Because the polarimetric preserving and/or inducing properties of materials are often complementary to their spectral signatures, polarization provides additional information to analysts and researchers. Polarization imaging has...
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This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project is aimed at developing a high speed fiber-optic eye measurement system (FEMS) for axial dimensions of a human eye. The project extends the field of long-range time-domain low-coherence interferometry (TD-LCI) to higher speeds and higher sensitivities. This project uses improved optical fiber stretching technology to achieve fast measurement rates at the necessary scanning range, and modified heterodyne detection approach to maintain high...
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