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Do you work with Optical Coatings for Laser Applications (OCLA)?

The Symposium OCLA is geared towards technically interested engineers and scientists working with laser optics, high-end optical coatings, thin film deposition and characterization.

The Symposium OCLA offers a cross-disciplinary meeting place for engineers, scientists and technicians which are involved in all aspects of the manufacture, design or application of laser optical components.

OCLA 2023 Symposium

The 8th OCLA Symposium will take place in Jena, Germany, on 20 March 2023 in cooperation with the Fraunhofer IOF.

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OCLA 2022 Symposium

The 7th OCLA Symposium took place on 13. April 2022 in Buchs, Switzerland with livestream.

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OCLA 2021 Symposium

The 6th OCLA Symposium took place on 30 and 31 March 2021 as a virtual conference. 

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OCLA 2020 Symposium

Due to the current situation around the coronavirus we unfortunately had to postpone the Symposium OCLA 2020. The 6th OCLA-symposium is moved to March 2021.

OCLA 2019 Symposium

The fifth OCLA Symposium took place on 11th April 2019 in Buchs SG, Switzerland.

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OCLA 2018 Symposium

The fourth OCLA Symposium took place on 12th April 2018 in Buchs SG, Switzerland.

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OCLA 2017 Symposium

Presentation download of the OCLA 2017 Symposium.

 

Earlier Symposia on Optical Coatings for Laser Applications, visit Swissphotonics.

 

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