• Technical Conference:  16 – 20 September 2018
  • Science & Industry Showcase:  18 – 19 September 2018

Science & Industry Showcase

Highlights from the 2017 Science & Industry Showcase

The FiO exhibition transforms into the Science & Industry Showcase in which exhibiting companies are partnered with innovated demonstrations, networking events, poster presentations, e-posters and Rapid-fire Oral Presentations. Learn about new products, find technical and business solutions and gain the most up-to-date market perspective of your industry. Don’t miss this opportunity to visit companies representing a broad range of the best products and applications in the optics and photonics industry. There is no charge to attend the Showcase. It’s open to all registered attendees!

Exhibit Hall Activities

Meet OSA’s Journal Editors

Tuesday, 19 September 11:45 - 12:45
Science Showcase Theater, Columbia, Terrace Level

Come celebrate the anniversaries of Optics Letters and Optics Express at the OSA Journals lunchtime reception in the Exhibit Hall. Enjoy complimentary pizza, cake and refreshments while conversing with OSA Publishing’s Editors-in-Chief, Deputy Editors and Associate Editors. Bring your questions about submitting manuscripts, ideas for Feature Issues or other questions and concerns about the journals. 

Pizza Lunch

Tuesday, 19 September 12:00 - 13:00
Science & Industry Showcase, Columbia, Terrace Level

Join your colleagues for a FREE pizza lunch. This is a great opportunity to meet the exhibitors and OSA Journal Editors.
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Congressional Fellowship Program Information Session

Wednesday, 20 September 12:00 - 13:00
Science Showcase Theater, Columbia, Terrace Level

Learn more about the Congressional Science Policy Fellowships from a past Congressional Fellow.  The Congressional Science Policy Fellowships provide a unique opportunity for PhD scientists and engineers to spend one year working for a U.S. member of Congress or Congressional committee to learn about the policy making process while also bringing their scientific backgrounds and skills to the policy making process.  OSA cosponsors two Congressional Fellows per year.  This information session will feature a past Congressional Fellow who will discuss the fellowship experience, how it has had an impact on their career, why scientists and engineers should consider applying for the fellowship, and answer questions from interested attendees. 
 

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