Electronics and optics/photonics
Québec City is turning out technologies and approaches that are revolutionizing a number of fields. It has the highest concentration of optics/photonics experts in Canada, to name but one example. This prolific sector receives support from renowned research centres, succeeds in a competitive business environment, and is powered by an abundance of highly skilled workers. Global players established in the area include ABB, Optel, Exfo, Olympus, Gentec, Eddyfi.
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Electronics events held in Québec City
- NAFEMS World Congress 2019 - International Association for the Engineering Modelling, Analysis and Simulation Community
- 15th Canadian Number Theory Association Conference (CNTA XV) – 2018
- International Design Engineering Technical Conference and Computer and Information in Engineering Conference (IDETC/CIE) – 2018
- 20th ISMAR Conference - International Society of Magnetic Resonance – 2017
- 12th IWA Specialized Conference on Instrumentation, Control and Automation – 2017
- International Conference on Image Processing – 2015
- IEEE-International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) – 2014
Optics/phononics events held in Québec City
- OSA Laser Congress and Exhibition – 2020
- ETOP (Education and Training in Optics and Photonics) – 2019
- Photonics North – 2019
- A04ELT6 (Adaptive Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes) – 2019
- Workshop on Information Optics – 2018
- ISNOG (International Symposium on Non-Oxide and New Optical Glasses) – 2018
- 12th International Conference on Optical Probes of Organic and Hybrid Semi Conductors – 2016
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