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We’re at the SU2P Symposium in Glasgow today only

SU2P LogoElliot Scientific is exhibiting at the Ninth Annual SU2P Symposium today only, May 21st, at Strathclyde University, Glasgow.

The two-day Symposium, which concludes tomorrow, includes an exceptional list of speakers from around the world who will present leading edge research and industrial exploitation over a wide range of photonics and related topics. For example, sessions will discuss quantum photonics, optogenetics, and lasers in technology.

Attendees will enjoy the very best in new photonics, international networking, and have the opportunity to see some of the products Elliot Scientific offers from this afternoon. We look forward to seeing you there.

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Photonex London – Elliot Scientific at UCL tomorrow

Tomorrow, April 18th, Elliot Scientific will be exhibiting alongside more that 25 other companies at Photonex London.

University College London (UCL) is the venue, and we will have a selection of products on show that we offer for researchers in photonics and the life sciences.

A conference, entitled Advances in Biophotonics, will also be taking place to discuss how optical techniques have enabled significant advances in the study of various problems in the life sciences, in medicine, clinical sciences, neurophysiology and more.


SU2P Symposium at Edinburgh next week

SU2P LogoElliot Scientific will be attending the Seventh Annual SU2P Symposium next week on the 4th and 5th of April 2016 at The University of Edinburgh – the venue  being the South Hall Complex at Pollok Halls.

The Symposium includes an exceptional list of speakers from around the world who will present leading edge research and industrial exploitation over a wide range of photonics and related topics. For example, sessions will discuss health, energy and the environment, and optical data communications.

Attendees will enjoy the very best in new photonics, international networking, and have the opportunity to see some of the products Elliot Scientific offers. We look forward to seeing you there.


Tomorrow we are at the Oxford Bioimaging Festival

Mad City LAbs and Prizmatix components we on show at the recent Photonex event held in Coventry

Mad City Labs and Prizmatix components were on show at the recent Photonex event held in Coventry

Tomorrow, October 20th, Elliot Scientific is exhibiting at the annual Oxford Bioimaging Festival held in St John’s College.

The aim of the day is to share the breadth of the imaging expertise within the area’s imaging community by bringing together as many of Oxford’s imaging scientists and clinicians as possible, and showcasing the broad range of scientific research being undertaken in Oxford.

Mad City Labs nanopositioners and Prizmatix LED lightsources for optogenetics will be among the products we will be demonstrating for the life sciences. We will also be available to discuss the opportunities our advanced Optical Tweezers offer to researchers.

Registration is free to members of Oxford University and its institutional and NHS collaborators.


SU2P Symposium at St. Andrews next week

In 2010 the first Annual SU2P Symposium took place and was highly successful. Elliot Scientific will be attending the Sixth Annual SU2P Symposium, which will be held next week on the 23rd and 24th March 2015 at The University of St. Andrews.

The Symposium includes an exceptional list of speakers from around the world who will present leading edge research and industrial exploitation over a wide range of photonics and related topics.

Attendees will enjoy the very best in new photonics, international networking, and have the opportunity to see some of the products Elliot Scientific offers. We look forward to seeing you there.

☼ News from Old Elliot’s Almanac: A partial eclipse of the Sun will be visible across the UK on Friday, March 20th, during the morning.


Photonex London – Elliot Scientific at UCL next week

Next week Elliot Scientific is exhibiting in their first Photonex Roadshow of this year. April 9th is the date, and University College London (UCL) is the venue.  Along with other exhibiting companies, we will be able to demonstrate and discuss our technologies face-to-face with the scientists and researchers who work with the latest tools and techniques in the world of photonics.

As last year, a conference entitled Advances in photonics tools and techniques for the life sciences has been formulated by Dr Chris Dunsby, a joint lecturer between Photonics, Department of Physics and the Division of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Imperial College London. Dr Pete Tomlins, Centre for Diagnostic and Oral Sciences. Queen Mary, University of London, Dr Ilias Tachtsidis, Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory, University College London and Dr Cyril Renaud, Ultra-fast Photonics Laboratory, University College London.

A technical programme also runs alongside the exhibition – Latest photonics techniques and instrumentation are a series of photonic tutorials similar to the well established formats used at the annual Photonex.


September Symposia: Busy month ahead for Elliot Scientific

September will see Elliot Scientific attending three conferences in the UK:

3rd-5th

CMMP 12 − Edinburgh Conference Centre – Stand 1

The Condensed Matter and Materials Physics conference takes place alongside ECOSS-29 and ECSCD-11 at the Edinburgh Conference Centre as part of CMD-24: the 24th General Conference of the Condensed Matter Division of the European Physical Society.

3rd-6th

Photon12 − Durham University – Stand 28

Photon12 is the largest optics conference in the UK that embraces a number of important and interconnected constituent conferences with fascinating overlaps and a common social programme. Elliot Scientific is attending the integral exhibition that, as a valuable part of the conference programme, provides an opportunity for researchers and engineers to mix.

17th-21st

European Microscopy Congress − Manchester Central – Stand 813

Elliot Scientific will be joining the UK microscopy community in Manchester for Europe’s largest exhibition dedicated to microscopy and an international conference of the highest quality.

 


Photonex London – Elliot Scientific at Imperial College next week

Elliot Scientific will be exhibiting at the first in a series of Photonex Roadshows launching this year. April 26th is the date, and Imperial College in London is the venue.  Along with other exhibiting companies, we will be able to demonstrate and discuss our technologies face-to-face with the scientists and researchers who work with the latest tools and techniques in the world of photonics.

In addition, a conference entitled Advances in photonics tools and techniques for the life sciences will be chaired by Dr Chris Dunsby of Imperial College. Dr Simon Schultz, also from Imperial, and Dr Pete Tomlins of Queen Mary, University of London, will also be on the panel.

A technical programme also runs alongside the exhibition – Latest photonics techniques and instrumentation are a series of photonic tutorials similar to the well established formats used at the annual Photonex.


Elliot Scientific to attend SU2P Symposium at Heriot-Watt University

Following the highly successful First and Second Annual SU2P Symposia, Elliot Scientific is pleased to announce that we will be attending the Third Annual SU2P Symposium to be held on the 23rd and 24th April 2012 at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.

The Symposium includes an exceptional list of speakers from around the world who will present leading edge research and industrial exploitation over a wide range of photonics and related topics.

Attendees will enjoy the very best in new photonics, international networking, and have the opportunity to see some of the equipment Elliot Scientific offers.

The SU2P project is a three-year venture between six institutions that focuses on:

  • Biophotonics, including stem cell imaging and neuroscience photonics
  • Solar cell devices and characterisation
  • Integrated photonics
  • Solid-state laser engineering and nonlinear optics
  • Photonics sensors (including atom and quantum optic sensors)
  • Environmental science and technology

We look forward to seeing you there.


Elliot Scientific Sponsors QuAMP 2011: Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford

QuAMP 2011 takes place at the University of Oxford in September

QuAMP 2011 takes place at the University of Oxford in SeptemberMid-September sees the return of the biennial conference on Quantum, Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics. This year, the event runs from September 18th to 22nd at the University of Oxford Physics Department (Clarendon  Laboratory), and at Balliol College, Oxford.

Elliot Scientific will be attending as a sponsor on Monday, September 19th and we will be demonstrating a range of equipment that will be of interest to the delegates with backgrounds in atomic, molecular, optical and plasma physics.

The Clarendon Laboratory will also welcome visitors interested in physics who are not attending the conference.  So, if you are in the area, please drop by to say hello.

This international conference will cover a range of AMOP physics including:

  • Ultracold Matter
  • Quantum Information and Computing
  • Ultrafast Phenomena
  • Coherent Control
  • Metrology
  • Plasma Physics
  • Atomic & Molecular Interactions

For more information, visit the QuAMP website.

 


Elliot Scientific to attend SU2P Symposium at St. Andrews University

Following the highly successful First Annual SU2P Symposium in 2010, Elliot Scientific is pleased to announce that we will be attending the Second Annual SU2P Symposium to be held on the 28th and 29th March 2011 in St Andrews.

The Symposium includes an exceptional list of speakers from around the World who will present leading edge research and industrial exploitation over a wide range of photonics and related topics. Attendees will enjoy the very best in new photonics, international networking, and have the opportunity to see some of the equipment Elliot Scientific offers.

The SU2P project is a three-year venture between six institutions that focuses on:

  • Biophotonics, including stem cell imaging and neuroscience photonics
  • Solar cell devices and characterisation
  • Integrated photonics
  • Solid-state laser engineering and nonlinear optics
  • Photonics sensors (including atom and quantum optic sensors)
  • Environmental science and technology

We look forward to seeing you there.