Biomimetic fluorescent solvent.


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Biomimetic fluorescent solvent.
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Fraunhofer IOF
Albert-Einstein-Straße 7
07745 Jena
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Put your solutions and research at the spotlight and boost your visibility by actively 
participating through presenting at the GREEN PHOTONICS Workshop and 

  • Get international recognition of a continuously growing community of responsibly acting leaders
  • Take advantage of strong Photonics and Quantum Networks
  • Position your company and attract workforce
  • Be published in an online abstract supplement shared by the of the supporting networks

Driving the transition towards a smart and sustainable society is one of the key requirements to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to move closer towards a sustainable future. Among all technologies, Photonics as key enabling technology plays a crucial role to reducing environmental impact, driving the transition towards a smart and sustainable society. 

Workshop Topics

  • Solid-State Lighting and Displays
  • Laser-Assisted Manufacturing and Micro/Nano Fabrication
  • Digital learning using XR
  • Renewable energy generation
  • Energy-efficient optical communication
  • Quantum Technologies
  • Providing Environmental Monitoring and Analyses Methods


GREEN PHOTONICS Workshop will collect abstracts from the presenting authors. Please follow the guidelines stated on the event website. 
Submission deadline is Friday, May 3, 2024, 5 pm CET.


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