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Finalists Named for 2016 Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation




BELLINGHAM, WA and PITTSFIELD, MA — (Marketwired) — 12/17/15 — Dolby, Coherent, Hamamatsu, Alakai Defense Systems, PI (Physik Instrumente), KMLabs, Rochester Precision Optics, and QD Laser are among 27 finalists in nine categories for the 2015 . The awards are sponsored by , and .

Winners will be announced by industry leaders on 17 February during in San Francisco at a gala banquet that has become the largest gathering of CEOs, VIPs, and entrepreneurs in photonics.

Entries are judged by an independent panel of experts including industry executives, leading academic researchers, venture capitalists, and past Prism Award winners.

Finalist companies and their products are:

Biomedical Instrumentation

: Real Eye Nano

: Biodesy Delta

: Solea

Detectors and Sensors

: Portable Raman Improvised Explosive Detector

: MEMS-FPI Spectrum Sensor

: Wireless IR Analyzer

Displays and Lighting

: Optan SMD

, , and : Dolby Vision Cinema Laser Projector

: Retinal Imaging Laser Eyewear

Imaging and Cameras

: C-RED One

: CMOS Night Observation Device

: ColorFlow Lens

Industrial Lasers

: Diamond J-3 5 um CO Laser

: LightFab 3D Printer

: Katana 06 HP

Materials and Coatings

: Diamond PureOptics

: Cadmium Free Quantum Dots

: All Crystalline Cladded Single Crystal Fibers

Optics and Optical Components

: Liquid Crystal Polarization Gratings

: Kagome Hollow Fiber

: Directional Fiber Optics Power Monitors

Other Metrology Instrumentation

: FlexCam

: nano-FTIR

: Fast Multichannel Photonics Alignment

Scientific Lasers

High Harmonic Generation XUUS4

: Laser Diode Arrays

: TeraCascade

“The range and depth of submissions to this competition are welcome reminders of the vibrancy of our broad industrial frontier,” said SPIE CEO . “The creativity and execution in our community is amazing. The 27 finalists for the 2016 Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation have employed a wide variety of photonics technologies in developing new products that will touch nearly every area of our lives. I do not envy the judges the difficulty they faced in choosing just three in each category. Seeing these new products emerge from ideas presented in our conference rooms and exhibition halls over the years is very gratifying. Being part of this important competition provides a sense of how these ideas evolve into useful devices that become new products, new tools of regeneration of this exciting field I congratulate all these innovators.”

“This is a time of reflection for all of us at Photonics Media and Laurin Publishing, following the recent loss of our founder, Teddi Laurin,” said Laurin Publishing CEO . “As we contemplate her impact on our business and on the photonics industry, we are reminded that she understood the need to recognize innovation and to applaud the companies that achieved it. Her vision was realized in the Circle of Excellence Awards, which celebrated technical breakthroughs in this industry. In Teddi–s memory, and on behalf of everyone at Laurin Publishing, I–m pleased to join SPIE in recognizing and celebrating these finalists, and sharing their innovations with our global audience.”

The Prism Awards were developed to recognize innovative products that are newly available on the open market. Each category is meant to isolate a specific contribution in photonics, in a technology area or sector of the industry. Categories have been added, removed, and updated over time to reflect trends in the industry. One winner will be selected from among the three finalists in each category.

Many of the finalists will exhibit in the (16-18 February) and (13-14 February).

, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1955 to advance light-based science and technology. The Society serves more than 264,000 constituents from approximately 166 countries, offering conferences, continuing education, professional networking, books, journals, and a digital library in support of interdisciplinary information exchange and patent precedent. In 2015, SPIE provided more than $5.2 million in support of education and outreach programs in 2012. .

, a business unit of Pittsfield, Mass.-based Laurin Publishing Co. Inc., publishes Photonics Spectra, BioPhotonics, EuroPhotonics, Photonics Buyers– Guide and Photonics.com. With a collective subscriber base of more than 150,000 worldwide and more than 2 million website visits per year, Laurin Publishing–s Photonics Media products and publications lead the photonics industry with editorial excellence and integrity — fostering a tradition of innovation and progress by sharing knowledge, insights and visions for the future. Learn more at .

Amy Nelson
Public Relations Manager, SPIE





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