We were due to exhibit at the Spring SciX Conference in early April, but the SciX Committee has taken the very difficult decision to cancel the event due to take place in Liverpool.
The event is to be rescheduled to next year or later, and we await a confirmed date from the organisers. We will let you know when it will be happening.
In the meantime, we wish all visitors and exhibitors that were due to attend the best of health, and we hope to see you in the future.
Tonight, aboard the USS Midway in San Diego, Gamma Scientific will be among the finalists in the Solid State Lighting Enabling Technologies and Test category at this year’s Sapphire Awards for their 940 LED-200 Series Goniometer.
The 940 LED-200 Series Goniometer is optimised for the precise measurements of angle dependent spatial radiation properties of LEDs and small luminaires. It can accommodate sample sizes up to 200 mm in diameter, and can be combined with a Gamma Scientific Spectroradiometer or UDT Series photometer.
With a spectroradiometer, the goniometer can measure luminous flux, colour coordinates and CRI; while a photometer connected goniometer can provide fast measurements of spatial light distribution.
- Rapid, precise characterisation of of spatial light distribution
- Accurate measurement of LED luminaires, lamps and modules
- Models optimised for specific sample sizes
- Conform with CIE, DIN and IES standards
For more information on the availability of this equipment for UK and Irish LED manufacturers and users, please contact us.
The Elliot Scientific January 2020 Newsletter has been sent out: view it here.
In this month’s issue…
- Congratulations go to WITec with ParticleScout achieving another accolade
- Rugged Monitoring introduce an OEM version of their fibre-optic temperature monitor
- And we’re at BiOS (Booth #8480) and Photonics West (Booth #4569) in early February
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Lookout for our new pop-up background (right) at the forthcoming BiOS and Photonics West exhibitions in February.
Starting on the 1st for just two days, BiOS is the most important biomedical optics conference in the field. Topics covered include biomedical optics, diagnostics and therapeutics, biophotonics, OCT, neurophotonics, nanophotonics, optogenetics, and more.
Elliot Scientific is exhibiting alongside digital holographic imaging (DHM) specialist Lyncée Tec in Booth 8480. They make the invisible visible for researchers in life and materials science through DHM®, a non-scanning non-contact technology that instantly delivers 3D and 4D topography, while we will be showing Optical Tweezers and other precision positioning systems.
Do drop by and say hello!
Elliot Scientific’s offices will be closed from end of business on:
- Tuesday, December 24th. 2019
We re-open at 08:30 GMT on:
- Thursday, January 2nd. 2020
Season’s Greetings and Best Wishes
for the coming New Year to all
The new website is live and kicking, so drop by www.elliotscientific.com to see more…
It’s almost here – our new website will soon be giving you better access to product information, application notes, and videos. Plus easier website navigation, larger photos and two blogs! Yes, two.
In addition to our regular blog covering new products and events, we are also introducing a technology blog that features how our products and those we distribute are used in applications around the globe.
We hope you will enjoy reading it. So make a note in your calendar app, diary, wall planner or whatever… Tuesday, September 24th is go to the all new www.elliotscientific.com day.
With the academic year underway here in the UK, and ‘Freshers’ enjoying the delights of their new surroundings, we thought you might like to know that preparations for the launch of our revised and expanded website are well in hand.
Early next week, the new look www.elliotscientific.com will be up and running. Here’s a preview shot to give you an idea of what’s coming…
The 4th Complex Nanophotonics Science Camp – sciencecamp.eu – recently took place in Windsor. The aim of the camp was to bring together a number of early-career scientists, science writers and editors within an informal atmosphere of contributed and invited talks, seminars and debates covering the latest research in nanophotonics.
Elliot Scientific was one of the supporters of the camp, enabling researchers in interconnected disciplines such as biophotonics, plasmonics, bio-sensing, optical imaging, and quantum nanophotonics to meet and mingle, expand their knowledge, break with convention, engage their creativity and foster critical thinking.
Prizes were awarded at the end of the camp for the best talks, and Elliot Scientific sponsored two prizes – one for the best poster, and one for the runner-up.
So congratulations go to Volgia Valentina Vogler-Neuling (ETH Zürich, Switzerland), for winning best poster on Large-area 3D nonlinear woodpile photonic crystal with barium titanate nanoparticles, and Runner-up was Matthew Delaney (University of Southampton) for his poster on Integration of chalcogenide materials with photonics for reconfigurable control of light.
Both winners were presented their certificates by Dr Georgio Volpe from UCL’s Department of Chemistry.
The European Conference on Applied Superconductivity (EUCAS) comes to Glasgow next week, running from the 1st to the 5th of September.
Lake Shore Cryotronics are exhibiting from Monday the 2nd., and Elliot Scientific will be supporting them in demonstrating their range of sensors and instruments for cryogenic temperature measurement and control.
The conference and exhibition will be taking place at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) on Exhibition Way.
On Sunday the SPIE Optics + Photonics (#SPIEOpticsPhotonics) begins. With world-class speakers presenting on the latest research, plus conferences on Nanoscience – with a special shout out for Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation XVI, Organic Photonics, Electronics and Optical Engineering, it promises to be an exciting event.
The following Tuesday, a three day expo opens featuring over 150 exhibitors, a number of whom we distribute for here in the UK and Ireland. So, if you’re in San Diego next week, do drop by and say hello to our friends at these booths:
- #325 Micro Laser Systems, Inc. for collimators and laser beam expanders
- #432 OZ Optics Ltd. for fibre optics components and patchcords
- #620 nPoint, Inc. for piezo-driven nanopositioning flexure stages
- #623 Lake Shore Cryotronics for low temperature and magnetic field products
- #730 Siskiyou Corporation for mounts, stages, manipulators and more in opto-mechanics