Sponsors and Exhibitors

The sponsorship and exhibition prospectus for the 2015 ANZCOP conference is now available for download. Please click the link below to download your copy of the prospectus:

Download Conference Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus

Get in quick for greater level of exposure in the lead up to ANZCOP 2015. An extensive promotional campaign including advertisements, email broadcasts and web exposure will be implemented in the lead up to ANZCOP 2015 and the opportunity exists for your company to be represented as a key supporter of the Conference well in advance of the actual dates. 


With Thanks to our Conference Sponsors

Conference Satchel Sponsor


The Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group is a national leader in safeguarding Australia by delivering valued scientific advice and innovative technology solutions for Defence and national security.

Part of the Department of Defence, DST Group is Australia’s second largest public-funded science and technology organisation. 

www.dsto.defence.gov.au

 


Conference Lanyard Sponsor

IPAS is one of five world-leading research institutes at the University of Adelaide. The mission of IPAS is to use the power of light to make the world a healthier, wealthier, safer and smarter place. We are doing this by building unique sensors which harness the powerful properties of light to learn about the environment: this might be inside the human body where we are building tools to diagnosis disease, inside an aircraft where we can search for hidden corrosion, inside a nuclear reactor where we want to measure radiation, or mapping methane leaks for environmental monitoring. 

www.ipas.edu.au

 


Pen and Satchel Insert Sponsor

APL Photonics is an authoritative, peer-reviewed, open access, rapid publication serving the entire international photonics community. The journal publishes high-quality original contributions to the science of light and the technology that generates, controls, and detects photons.

APL Photonics welcomes research that presents novel understanding and significant advances, leads to the development of key enabling technologies, and serves as a catalyst for multidisciplinary breakthroughs in the field.

www.aip.org


Handbook Sponsor

The MQ Photonics Research Centre is a vibrant group of some 70 researchers working within an extensive suite of state of the art laboratories and facilities at Macquarie University. Our research is grouped around six research banners: Photonics sources/laser applications; natural and engineered optical materials; photonics for life and health sciences; photonics for the environment; astrophotonics; and quantum photonics.

We offer a diverse range of research projects for PhD and Masters candidates together with scholarships for suitably qualified applicants

research.science.mq.edu.au/mqphotonics/


Welcome Reception Sponsor

Established under the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy, the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) links 8 university-based nodes to provide researchers and industry with access to state-of-the-art fabrication facilities.

The capability provided by ANFF enables users to process hard materials (metals, composites and ceramics) and soft materials (polymers and polymer-biological moieties) and transform these into structures that have application in sensors, medical devices, nanophotonics and nanoelectronics.

www.anff.org.au


With Thanks to our Exhibitors


Coherent Scientific specialises in the supply and support of scientific lasers, spectroscopy systems, optical microscopes and equipment for nanoscale surface characterisation.  We are the local distributor for market leaders such as Bruker, Coherent Inc, Nikon, Princeton Instruments, Quantel, Fianium and Aerotech. We have supported our customers for over 25 years with a highly experienced sales and service personnel located throughout Australia and New Zealand.

www.coherent.com.au


 

IPAS is one of five world-leading research institutes at the University of Adelaide. The mission of IPAS is to use the power of light to make the world a healthier, wealthier, safer and smarter place. We are doing this by building unique sensors which harness the powerful properties of light to learn about the environment: this might be inside the human body where we are building tools to diagnosis disease, inside an aircraft where we can search for hidden corrosion, inside a nuclear reactor where we want to measure radiation, or mapping methane leaks for environmental monitoring. 
 
The Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP) is an Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence, focused on driving the development of new light based sensing tools that can measure at the nanoscale level - providing powerful new ways of understanding cellular processes within the living body. A $40m initiative, this prestigious research centre is a collaborative program, with key nodes at the University of Adelaide, Macquarie University and RMIT University, with other industry and academic partners located around the world.  Funded for seven years from 2014, the Centre of approximately 100 staff and students brings together expertise in physics, material science, chemistry, biochemistry, neuroscience, embryology, cardiology and medicine.

www.ipas.edu.au

www.CNBP.org.au


Helping you unlock measurement insights.
For more than 75 years we have been helping you unlock measurement insights, first as the electronic measurement businesses of Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies, and now, as Keysight Technologies.
Our unique combination of hardware, software and people will help enable your next moment of insight, whether you’re working on mobile devices such two ways radio, antenna test or interference analysis, optical and digital, cloud computing, semiconductors, renewable energy, or the latest glimmer in your imagination. Keysight is here to help you see what others can’t—and then make it reality.

www.keysight.com


Lastek is the leading distributor in Australia and New Zealand for many of the world's most advanced laser and photonics companies. Our sales and service personnel, including several PhD graduates, are the most experienced in the industry. We support customers in leading edge applications in diverse fields. These range from fundamental research in physics, chemistry, engineering and biology, to industrial applications of photonics technology, to advanced microscopy and imaging systems, and spectroscopy.

www.lastek.com.au


Liquid Instruments – Test and measurement, reimagined

Liquid Instruments makes a new breed of test and measurement device that couples high-speed analog inputs and outputs to fast reconfigurable digital signal processing. Liquid Instruments' first product – Moku:Lab – is an all-in-one measurement device that can measure, record and generate signals from DC to 200 MHz, replacing multiple instruments at a fraction of the cost.

www.liquidinstruments.com


nanoplus provides DFB and FP lasers at any customer specific wavelength in the entire range from 760-14000 nm. Laser Diodes are available from 760-3000 nm, Interband Cascade Lasers from 3000-6000 nm and Quantum Cascade Lasers from 6000-14000 nm.

The lasers’ excellent performance is due to their very high spectral purity, narrow linewidth and excellent reliability. These superior key features make them the perfect light source for extremely precise sensing applications in industry and research.

www.nanoplus.com


NewSpec specialises in the sales and service of high-end scientific equipment to the scientific research, aerospace & defence, microelectronics and life science markets throughout Australia and New Zealand. NewSpec is the exclusive distributor for several leading international manufacturers including Newport Corporation (Spectra-Physics Lasers, New Focus & Oriel) and Hitachi High-Technologies.

www.newspec.com.au


Warsash Scientific is a leading supplier of scientific instruments and components serving Australian and New Zealand research, defence and industry since 1976. We specialise in Nanopositioning, Spectroscopy, Photonics, MEMS, Vibration Analysis, Thermal Monitoring and Thin Film technologies.
Over 35 years Warsash Scientific has built a network of suppliers, all leaders in their fields, providing unique technologies across a broad spectrum of photonics-related applications.

www.warsash.com.au