Photonics Applications Week (PHAPPS) is a week of learning, networking and exploring on how vertical markets can make use of photonics technology. The Photonics Applications Week is a platform that unites a series of events in a week which will draw together an unseen number of vertical market specialists and users on one hand and photonics specialists on the other hand.
Photonics Applications Week explicitly invites other companies, individuals, and organisations to contribute to a successful, world-renown event. By combining several activities related to the weeks’ topic, an increased visitor number is envisaged.
Join forces with Photonics Applications Week (PHAPPS) and get access to global professionals both from the applications verticals (such as Health Care | IoT & Autonomous Systems | IT & Telecom | Agri & Food | Manufacturing & Industry 4.0 | Military | Consumer Electronics & Lighting) and from the Photonics industry.
The 2023 Program
The program for 2023 is under development. If you want to organise an event / workshop / conference / meeting / hackathon during the upcoming Photonics Applications Week, please contact us with this form.
The program of the week will consist of several type of events.
Type of event you can host
You are free to organise an event under the PHAPPS Week Umbrella, but you have to submit your event for evaluation. You can think for instance about the following type of events:
- Product launch
- Factory tour / application demo
- Matchmaking meeting
- Membership event
- Technical meeting
- Photonics for dummie session
Committing to the Photonics Applications Week ensures the organizer of a wide reach with a positive message: “I stand behind the idea of joining forces, of bringing together ecosystems to contribute to a healthy global economy”.
The Photonics Applications Week will be the major 2021 event at least in the Benelux region, and most probably far beyond. As the event week is specifically aimed at attracting other organisers as well, the outreach and visibility will be exponential in comparison with the individual organisations.
The week is an initiative of Jakajima.