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23. – 26.06.2020

21st International Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication – LPM 2020

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21st International Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication – LPM 2020

Vom 23. bis zum 26. Juni 2020 findet das 21st International Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication – kurz: LPM 2020 als virtuelle Veranstaltung im Internet statt.

Das LPM ist der weltweit führende Treffpunkt für Experten aus dem Bereich der Laseranwendungen. Das Symposium zeigt in den Themen seiner Vorträge den aktuellen Stand der Technik auf, bildet neue technologische Entwicklungen zur Laseranwendung und Werkstoffen ab und zeigt Trends und Herausforderungen auf. Damit richtet sich die Veranstaltung an Interessenten aus Industrie, Forschung und Wissenschaft. Das Symposium zielt darauf ab, ein Forum für den internationalen Wissensaustausch zu sein und die engere Zusammenarbeit zwischen Fachleuten zu fördern.

Die Themen des Vortragsprogramms (vorläufig, Stand 16. Mai 2020):

Dienstag, 23. Juni 2020


  • 10 kW-class ultrashort-pulse lasers for industrial applications
  • Meta-Manufacturing: Multiscale and Multifunctional Manufacturing at Digital Age
  • Advanced femtosecond laser 3D micro/nanoprocessing

Vortragsthemen in den verschiedenen Sessions:

  • Evaluation of Mechanical Strength at High Energy Conditions in Micro-joining of Glass by Picosecond Pulsed Laser
  • Cu-based microfabrication using green femtosecond laser reductive sintering of Cu2O nanospheres
  • USP-glass welding in the filamentation regime
  • Single track ultra-short pulsed laser ablation on additive manufactured metallic surfaces
  • Dry Laser Peening: Improving Fatigue Properties of Friction Stir-Welded/Laser-Welded 2024 Aluminum Alloys
  • Application of tunable acoustic gradient index lens for polychromatic cw-laser material processing
  • Fabrication of the light-responsive microchannel inside hydrogel
  • Kilowatt-class ultrashort pulse laser with mJ pulse energy based on disk laser multipass amplifier
  • Glass Microfluidic SERS Chip Fabricated by Hybrid Femtosecond Processing with Localized Analyte Aggregation Using Laser Performing Extremely Sensitive Sensing
  • Tuned micro cosmos for multi-macro value
  • The LaserFIB – uniting high-resolution microscopy and massive material ablation
  • Freeform microfluidic structures embedded in 3D laser printed centimeter-scale objects
  • Integration of microfluidic and photonic components within transparent cyclic olefin copolymers by using fs laser
  • A high-throughput 3D microfluidic mixer in fused silica fabricated by femtosecond laser direct writing
  • High modulation bandwidth QCW fiber laser
© Jakupec
© Jakupec

Mittwoch, 24. Juni 2020

  • Influence of pulse separation on the ablation volume during femtosecond laser ablation
  • Optimization of selective laser etching process for arbitrary shape 3D micro-structure fabrication
  • From science to applications: shielding effects and material re-deposition used for laser propulsion in space
  • In-depth comparison of glass processing using laser-based and conventional methods
  • Application of a femtosecond laser in large area microstructure preparation for FIB/SEM analysis
  • Influence of pulse separation on the ablation mechanism of silicon: Spallation and phase explosion vs. melt ejection
  • Direct and indirect glass texturing employing interference-based methods
  • Femtosecond Burst pulses influence to the internal modifications and chemical etching in the fused silica
  • Figure correction of borosilicate glass substrates by nanosecond UV-laser irradiation
  • Characterization of GHz burst mode femtosecond laser ablation
  • UV laser micro processing of doped glass
  • Pulse-by-Pulse Optical Observation of Growth of Laser-Induced Periodic Surface Structure at Oblique Incidence
  • Femtosecond Laser Ablation in Burst Mode as a Function of Pulse Fluence and Intra-Burst Repetition Rate
  • Ultrashort pulsed laser micromachining of glass using an interlaced laser beam scanning method
  • Picosecond laser ablation of borosilicate glass plates through the thin flowing water layer
  • Fabrication of 3D LIPSS Structure on 304 Stainless Steel Using a Liquid Lens
  • Analysis of shielding and re-deposition effects during processing of metals with single and double pulses
  • Additive processing of ceramic fiber composite structures using laser technology
  • Novel biburst ultrafast laser ablation: burst-in-burst
  • Anisotropic surface stress on yttria-stabilized zirconia ceramics with femtosecond-laser induced periodic surface structures
  • Dynamic laser beam deflection solutions for high speed processing
  • Investigations Concerning the Removal Rate and Surface Quality for Laser Machining with GHz Bursts in Milling Applications
  • Influence of the burst-mode on the specific volume removal rate in Magnesium processing
  • A novel laser based sub-diffraction writing technique by a combination of STED and ESA
  • Quality and efficiency of GHz femtosecond processing
  • Ablative microprocessing using 65 ps pulses – challenging the dead valley of ablation efficiency using bursts of pulses
  • LIPSS for metallic surface functionalization: the role of process parameters on surface chemical modifications
  • Enhanced joining surfaces by laser processing of fiber-reinforced plastic
  • Micromachining applications combining near-THz and MHz bursts of ultra-short pulses
  • Modeling of Transient Selective Laser Processing of Glass
  • Light absorption enhancement in perovskite solar cells using microstructured polymers imprinted by roll-to-roll hot embossing
  • Temporally and spatially confined melting with GHz burst
  • Efficient dicing of thin silicon wafers using a line focus

Donnerstag, 25. Juni 2020

  • Optimizing your Femtosecond Laser Processes using a Numerical Simulation based Decision Support Tool
  • In-situ Laser Interference Patterning for the production of regular arrays of Nanostructures (progress on the EU project ‘Nanostencil’)
  • Irradiation of transparent dielectrics by sequential laser pulses with different wavelengths: a numerical study
  • H2020 EU Photonics: Laser surface engineering for new and enhanced functional performance with digitally enabled knowledge base (SHARK)
  • Multiphoton polymerization as a tool for liver tissue engineering
  • Electrical activation of polymer Reny1002H surface with laser irradiation for MID
  • Laser for Mass Production of Functionalised Metallic Surfaces (LASER4SURF)
  • Predictive modelling of laser-induced functional surface textures through machine learning
  • Femtosecond laser based smart procedures for the fabrication of polymeric lab on a chip devices
  • Laser surface modification by an angle for electroless copper deposition on polymers
  • High throughput Laser structuring with Multiscale Periodic feature sizes for Advanced Surface Functionalities (LAMpAS)
  • Simulation of the tumor ECM using 2PP generated Scaffolds based on (D, L)-Lactide-ɛ-Caprolactone Copolymers
  • Medical device fabrication employing femtosecond 3D hybrid additive-subtractive micro-structuring
  • Project Ultraweld: Laser microwelding of dissimilar materials using industrial laser process tools
  • 3D Printing of Dense and Complex Cu Heat Sinks
  • Laser texturation for improved osteointegration of Titanium implants
  • Laser structuring of open cell metal foams for micro scale surface enlargement
  • Dimensionless enthalpy as characteristic factor for process control in laser powder bed fusion
  • Texturing and replication of antibacterial surfaces for industrial applications
  • Design an asymmetrical three-beam LIL for fabricating micro- and nano- structures
  • Multi-material two-photon lithography using droplet manipulation
  • In-situ pulsed laser interference patterning for quantum dot site control
  • Fabrication of bioinspired structural colors by Two-Photon Polymerization
  • LIL system for pressurized environment processing
  • Hybrid Additive and Subtractive 3D Patterning of Protein Based on Femtosecond Laser Direct Write
  • High-Volume 2PP Structures as Ground Truth Phantoms for Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Ultrafast laser written 3D – 3 Telescopes beam combiner for stellar interferometry applications
  • Interference ablation by ultrashort laser pulses via diffractive beam management
  • Precision laser processing for medical applications
  • Printing method for long flight distance by Laser-Induced Forward Transfer
  • Upscaling potential and industrial-suitability of scanner-based Direct Laser Interference Patterning
  • Efficient ultra-short pulsed laser processing by dynamic SLM beam shaping for industrial use
  • High throughput laser drilling with high power lasers using a two-dimensional polygon mirror scanner
  • Involving material specific interaction in surface structuring of metallic materials by ultrashort pulsed Direct Laser Interference Patterning
  • On-demand Laser Printing of 2D materials and computational modelling of transfer enabling conditions
  • Water Jet Guided Laser vs. Conventional Laser: Experimental Comparison of Surface Integrity for Different Aerospace Alloys
  • Single-shot interference processing of ultrathin plates by femtosecond laser
  • High power femtosecond shaped pulses
  • Fabrication of thin films as a drug delivery tool via Laser-Induced Forward Transfer
  • Optimized focal intensity distributions with freeform optics for material processing
  • Drilling of CFRP with reduced and non-directional heat-affected zone by using 3-kW CW single-mode fiber laser
  • Impact of molten pool dynamics on resultant surface structures during direct laser interference patterning
© Altmann
© Altmann
Freitag, 26. Juni 2020:
  • Ultrasonic laser shaping for advanced patterning
  • Monitoring the heat accumulation during fabrication of surface micropatterns on metallic surfaces using Direct Laser Interference Patterning
  • Process monitoring using photo-acoustic emission in Direct Laser Interference Patterning
  • Online pyrometry for weld seam localization in absorber-free laser transmission welding of transparent polymers
  • Heat accumulation investigation in ultrashort pulse laser micromachining
  • Optical measurement of functional surface structures measured with super resolution
  • Combination of nanosecond pulsed laser and Aerosol Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition for ZnO growth
  • Digital approach for laser parameters optimization in femtosecond processing
  • Quantitative characterization method for assessing the self-cleaning effect on laser microstructured aluminium
  • Microfabrication of model Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for synchrotron-based operando studies
  • Interference-based microtexturing for anti-icing and de-icing of a Ti6Al4V NACA airfoil
  • Laser-based microfabrication and metrology of laser-driven inertial fusion targets

Plenary Session

  • Ultrafast laser processing to innovate consumer electronics manufacturing
Die Themen der Posterausstellung in der Übersicht (vorläufig):
  • Periodic microstructuring of metal moulds using direct laser interference patterning for nanoimprint replication
  • Comparison of structural colors achieved by laser induced periodic surface structures and direct laser interference patterning
  • Comparison of picosecond and femtosecond pulsed four-beam direct laser interference patterning on pure aluminum
  • Processing of Functional Texturing on Micro-fibers by Laser Induced Periodic Surface Structures
  • 3D microfabrication of thermoset polymer PDMS using laser-induced bubble
  • The numerical realization of a model of interaction of ultrashort laser pulses with solid
  • On the problem of the initial conditions for tightly-focused ultrashort laser pulses in the modeling of laser beam propagation in transparent solids
  • Laser-Peening with solid state medium as plasma confinement layer
  • Innovative polymer coating systems – applied by laser sintering technique
  • Numerical Simulation and Test Experiments of Selective Laser Thermoregulation for Accelerated Degradation Test of SiC/SiC CMC
  • Laser peening of sprayed ceramics film
  • Influence of thickness of plasma confinement layer on laser peening using near infrared laser
  • Process optimization of Direct Laser Interference Patterning
  • Green femtosecond laser direct writing using reduction of glyoxylic acid Co/Ni complexes
  • Ultrafast pulse GHz burst mode laser ablation for efficient surface microprocessing
  • Homogeneous intensity within the Rayleigh length and enhanced depth of focus for Gaussian beams
  • Dynamic aberration correction via spatial light modulator (SLM) for femtosecond direct laser writing
  • Pressure Change during Ultrafast Laser Microwelding of Glass Substrates
  • Femto- and nanosecond laser surface modification of stainless steel
  • High pulse energy femtosecond laser machining station for the interference and parallel processing
  • Laser material processing with a multi-beam setup based on Excited State Absorption
  • GO-neutral red nanocomposite reduction by pulsed laser irradiation
  • Modification of medical-grade poly(L-lactide) using femtosecond laser filamentation

Das 21st International Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication wird als virtuelles Symposium ausschließlich als Online-Veranstaltung abgehalten. Die Veranstalter nutzen dafür ein professionelles, aber einfach zu bedienendes Online-System.

Die Referenten des LPM 2020 können Ihren Beitrag direkt über ihren Browser speichern. Das Installieren zusätzlicher Software ist nicht erforderlich. Alle Posterautoren haben die Möglichkeit, ihr Poster in einer virtuellen Posterausstellung sowie in einem kurzen Präsentationsslot zu präsentieren.

Da der persönliche Austausch und das Netzwerken für eine wissenschaftliche Konferenz sehr wichtig sind, haben die Organisatoren verschiedene Konzepte und Möglichkeiten entwickelt, damit sch die Teilnehmer des LPM2020 austauschen und miteinander vernetzen können:

  • Nach jedem Vortrag gibt es nicht nur eine Fragerunde, sondern auch ein Forum für den individuellen Austausch von Ideen. Darüber hinaus bekommt jeder Beitrag einen eigenen Video-Chat-Raum, in dem Referent und Zuhörer miteinander diskutieren können.
  • Das Programmheft wird als PDF mit allen eingereichten erweiterten Abstracts und Postern erstellt und allen LPM2020-Teilnehmern zur Verfügung gestellt.
  • Das Programm wird Anfang Juni umstrukturiert, um es für die Präsentation an die verschiedenen Zeitzonen aller Autoren anzupassen.
  • Alle Präsentationen werden live aufgezeichnet und stehen den LPM2020-Teilnehmern für einen begrenzten Zeitraum danach als Stream zur Verfügung. Dies soll sicherstellen, dass Sie auch aufgrund des Zeitunterschieds keinen Beitrag verpassen.
  • Im Voraus werden für alle Referenten des LPM Online-Folienprüfungen durchgeführt, damit sich diese mit dem System vertraut machen und es für die Präsentation testen können.
  • Es wird eine virtuelle Ausstellung geben, in der die Teilnehmer des LMP 2020 die Stände der verschiedenen Aussteller virtuell besuchen und direkt mit ihnen in Kontakt treten können, z. per Video-Chat.
  • Alle Teilnehmer des LPM2020 haben weiterhin die Möglichkeit, kostenlos am Verfahren des Journal of Laser Micro/ Nanoengineering teilzunehmen

Alle Autoren und zuvor registrierten Teilnehmer erhalten in Kürze weitere Informationen per E-Mail.

Die Registrierung für das virtuelle LPM 2020ist weiterhin möglich; die Frist für das Einreichen von Posterbeiträgen wurde bis zum 1. Juni 2020 verlängert.