Photonics Society of Poland (PSP) - Polskie Stowarzyszenie Fotoniczne was transformed from the SPIE Poland Chapter on October 18, 2007 during the Extraordinary General Meeting of the SPIE Poland Chapter members. All the members unanimously voted (103 out of 199 SPIE PL members) for transformation of the SPIE Poland Chapter to Photonics Society of Poland. The similar unanimous decision was confirmed by the General Members Meeting on February 25, 2008. The whole registration process of the Photonics Society of Poland was finished in March 2008 by official approval of the National Registration Court in Warsaw.
The reaction of SPIE Headquarters was straightforward and enthusiastic:
“I wish you a very successful meeting later this week and assure you of an ongoing close and supportive relationship with the new Photonics Society of Poland. SPIE’s leadership recognizes and greatly appreciates the wonderful work done by the chapter members in Poland and I know there is sadness in a way at losing our model chapter, but we believe that this step is the fullest recognition of what the chapter there has done. We wish all our chapters had developed in a way to take a similar step”. (Eugene Arthurs)
The official opening ceremony of the Photonics Society of Poland took place on May 31, 2008 during First Symposium of PSP.
Photonics Society of Poland (PSP) is presently with its 167 members (as of 18 May 2022) the largest and the most powerful optics/optoelectronics/photonics organization in Poland. It has already started integration and consolidations activities with Polish Technology Platform on Photonics, Committee of Electronics and Telecommunication/Polish Academy of Sciences and with Polish Committee of Optoelectronics/ Society of Polish Electrical Engineers.
Polish Physical Society will give annually an award for "the best master's thesis in the field of optics and photonics".
[PL] Polskie Towarzystwo Fizyczne będzie przyznawało coroczną nagrodę za „Najlepszą pracę magisterską w zakresie optyki i fotoniki”.
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STL 2022 - XIII Sympozjum Techniki Laserowej
SLT is polish conference. [In PL] Głównym celem Sympozjum jest wymiana informacji i upowszechnianie wiedzy naukowo-technicznej z obszarów techniki laserowej i optoelektroniki. Sympozjum organizowane jest od 1984 r. i biorą w nim udział przedstawiciele czołowych ośrodków akademickich, instytutów badawczych oraz szerokie grono wytwórców i użytkowników techniki laserowej.
Photoluminescence in rare earth doped materials (PRE’22-Poland).
Where: Warszawa, Koszykowa 75, Faculty of Physics.
10:00 Stands opening of the Photonics Job Fair
12:00-13:00 General meeting of PSF (Walne Zgromadzenie PSP) (Audytorium Wydziału Fizyki)
13:15 The ceremonial opening of the Photonics Job Fair , short presentations, films,...
14.00 Networking lunch
15.00 Photonics Job Fair closing
Exhibitors at the Photonics Job Fair:
Competition for the best Science Club in the field of Optics and Photonics / student branch of SPIE / OSA / IEEE (PL only)
Konkurs na najlepsze Koło Naukowe w obszarze Optyki i Fotoniki /studencki oddział SPIE/OSA/IEEE
25th Congress of the International Commission for Optics (ICO) • 16th International Conference on Optics Within Life Sciences (OWLS).
International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), and a scientific associate of the International Council of Science (ICS). Its objective is to contribute, on an international basis, to the progress and diffusion of knowledge in the fields of optics and photonics. The ICO has the missions to foster advanced optics science and technology and to promote the development of science and technology in developing countries.
The Optics Section of the Polish Physical Society (PTF) invites You to the 6th edition of the Polish Optical Conference (PKO).
9th International Symposium on Sensor Science
This international conference, supported by the Photonics Society of Poland, Warsaw University of Technology as well MDPI Sensors, will bring together scientists from different areas to discuss important recent developments in sensor technology. It will represent a great opportunity for an in-person meeting of an interdisciplinary community aiming to discuss important breakthroughs in sensor technology and its related fields.
22nd Polish-Slovak-Czech Optical Conference on Wave and Quantum Aspects of Contemporary Optics
The Polish-Slovak-Czech Optical Conferences provide a forum for presenting newest research results and exchange of knowledge and ideas within the academic and industrial communities of Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia. The conferences are organized biannually in turn in Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic.