ICALEO 2022 Advance Program

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October 17-20, 2022 Rosen Centre • Orlando, FL

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Table of Contents

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General Chair Welcome

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Registration Options

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Agenda

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Special Thanks

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Event Highlights

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Awards

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MACRO Track Summary

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MICRO Track Summary

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LAM Track Summary

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FLA Track Summary

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Poster Summary

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Sponsor Thanks

Welcome to the 41st International Congress on Applications of Lasers and Electro-Optics!

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ICALEO 2022 General Chair

Registration Hours Sunday, October 16 2:00pm - 7:00pm

Monday, October 17 7:00am - 4:00pm

Verena Wippo Laser Zentrum Hannover Verena Wippo works in the Composite Group at the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. in Germany. Her main field of activity is the laser welding of unreinforced and fiber reinforced thermoplastics. Ms. Wippo has a diploma in Mechanical Engineering with the focus on Machines, Systems and Automation in Production Engineering and Mechanisms and Robotics. Since July 2019, she is head of the composites group.

The LIA, co-chairs and I are delighted to welcome you to the International Congress on Applications of Lasers & Electro-Optics (ICALEO), which will return to the sunny city of Orlando, FL! After two years of an online event, we hope that this year we will meet you again in person. The conference chairs and program committee are putting together a highly interesting program consisting of presentations and posters from participants from all over the world, which is devoted to four (4) core technical tracks: • • • •

Laser Additive Manufacturing Laser Macroprocessing Laser Microprocessing Frontiers in Laser Applications

We are looking forward to an excellent scientific and technical conference in which many presentations and posters will be peer reviewed. This will be combined with the newest developments directly from the industry regarding laser sources, process monitoring and processing strategies ensuring ICALEO will providing an outstanding opportunity to learn about advances in laser material processing. This year’s ICALEO will again give you the chance to have interesting discussions with researchers, engineers and scientists in a great social atmosphere and the possibility of igniting new projects, new co-operations, or paving the way for new business connections. You will have several opportunities to meet the other attendees and to visit our vendor reception and tabletop display. I do wish you a very pleasant and rewarding participation in ICALEO and am delighted to welcome you to Orlando in person!

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Tuesday, October 18 7:00am - 4:00pm Wednesday, October 19 7:00am - 4:00pm

Conference Hours Monday, October 17 8:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday, October 18 8:00am - 8:00pm Wednesday, October 19 8:00am - 5:00pm Thursday, October 20 (Kennedy Space Center) 8:00am - 4:00pm

Conference Location Rosen Centre® Hotel 9840 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819 (407) 996-9840 Directions from the Orlando Airport (MCO)

∙Take the North exit from the airport ∙Take SR 528 West ∙Take the International Dr./ SeaWorld exit ∙At the end of the exit ramp, bear right on International Drive ∙The Rosen Centre® Hotel is about a 1/4 mile on the left

Average October Temperatures 85°F / 29°C High 68°F / 20°C Low

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ICALEO 2022 Registration Options Registration may be completed online at icaleo.org/attend or by emailing icaleo@lia.org.

Early Bird Registration

Standard Registration

Ends August 1, 2022

Begins August 2, 2022

Full Conference Registration Member: $995 Non-Member: $1050 Member Student* $525 Non-Member Student*: $575

Full Conference Registration Member: $1100 Non-Member: $1150 Member Student*: $575 Non-Member Student*: $625

Single-Day Registration Member: $335 Non-Member: $385

Single-Day Registration Member: $370 Non-Member: $420

Expedition Kennedy Space Center Add-On Ticket: $45 (Limited spaces available! - first come, first-served)

Expedition Kennedy Space Center Add-On Ticket: $45 (Limited space available! - first come, first-served)

Other Registration Options Group Registrations Companies can request a special group rate if registering more than 3 people. Email icaleo.org for more information. Media Partners/Cooperating Societies If you are interested in becoming a media partner or are part of a cooperating society with LIA, please contact marketing@lia.org for more information on your registration options. Guest Registration We encourage guests to join us for the President’s Welcome Reception and the Awards Luncheon! To purchase a Guest Registration in advance, please contact the LIA conferences team at icaleo.org. Guest registration availability may be limited on site. Guest registration is $155 per guest. Please Note: All attendees must review and agree to the LIA Ethics Policy. Full Conference Registration includes admission to all Receptions, Plenary Sessions, Technical Sessions and the Awards Luncheon.

Staying at the Rosen Centre® Hotel brings you not only into the heart of the event, but also within minutes of all the attractions and entertainment that make Orlando an exciting destination. Attendees who stay at the official hotel will also be invited to the exclusive ICALEO Breakfast Lounge to enjoy complimentary breakfast with their fellow on-site attendees each morning Monday through Thursday. Receive a special group rate at the conference hotel when booking directly!

Single-Day Registration includes admission to Technical Sessions and Receptions on specific registration date only.

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Full Conference and Single-Day Registrations include the ICALEO 2022 On-Demand Library and Proceedings.

Deadline for Group Rate: Friday, September 23 at 5PM EDT

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October 17-20, 2022

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ICALEO 2022

Sunday, OCT. 16

Monday, OCT. 17

2:00pm Registration Opens

7:00am Registration Opens

4:00pm President’s Welcome Reception

7:30am Hotel Guest Networking Breakfast

7:00pm End of Day

8:00am Opening Plenary Session 10:00am Break 10:30am Technical Session 1

Macro: Battery Manufacturing and Copper Welding Micro: Surface Processing LAM: DEDAM Process and Material Technology FLA: New Applications

12:00pm Lunch Break

Thursday, OCT. 20 8:00am Departure from Rosen Centre Hotel 9:30am Tour Starts

Macro: Emerging Technologies Micro: Space LAM: DEDAM Process and Material Technology FLA: Semiconductor

3:00pm Break

12:30pm Lunch Break 1:00pm Self-Exploration 3:00pm Depart for Airport and Hotel

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1:30pm Technical Session 2

3:30pm Technical Session 3

Macro: Tailored Beams Micro: Surface Structuring

5:00pm End of Day

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Agenda

Tuesday, OCT. 18

Wednesday, OCT. 19

7:00am Registration Opens

7:00am Registration Opens

7:30am Hotel Guest Networking Breakfast

7:30am Hotel Guest Networking Breakfast

8:00am Technical Session 4

8:00am Technical Session 7

Macro: Laser Cutting Micro: Microelectronics LAM: DEDAM Novel Processes and Materials FLA: Mobility and Environment

9:30am Break

Macro: Surface Modifications Micro: Microelectronics LAM: PBFAM Novel Processes and Materials

9:30am Break 10:00am Technical Session 8

10:00am Technical Session 5

Macro: Process Monitoring 1 Micro: Battery Foil LAM: PBFAM Process and Material Technology FLA: Manufacturing

11:30am Lunch Break

Macro: Process Monitoring 2 Micro: Nano LAM: PBFAM Novel Processes and Materials

11:30am Awards Luncheon 1:30pm Technical Session 9

1:00pm Panel Session

Macro: Laser Welding LAM: PBFAM Novel Processes and Materials

2:00pm Break

3:00pm Break

2:30pm Technical Session 6

3:30pm Closing Plenary and Ice Cream Social

Macro: Modeling Micro: Microelectronics - Glass LAM: PBFAM Process and Material Technology

4:00pm Exhibitor Reception 8:00pm End of Day

Program is subject to change.

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Special Thanks We extend a special thank you to the ICALEO 2022 International Advisory Board and our Cooperating Societies and Media Partners!

ICALEO 2022 International Advisory Board Yvonne Durandet, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Lin Li, University of Manchester, Great Britain Xinbing Liu, Panasonic Boston, MA, USA Minlin Zhong, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China Aravinda Kar, PhD, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA

Jiri Martan, PhD, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic Stefan Kairle, PhD, Laser Zentrum Hannover, Germany Markus Kogel-Hollacher, PhD, Precitec, Germany Henrikki Pantsar, TRUMPF, Inc., Plymouth, MI, USA

ICALEO Cooperating Societies and Media Partners

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Highlights and Events President’s Welcome Celebration Sunday, October 16 | 4:00pm ICALEO®’s welcome celebration is always a memorably festive affair that brings together longtime and new attendees for an evening of snacks, beverages, and live entertainment. Staged poolside at the ICALEO venue and hosted by LIA President Henrikki Pantsar, the Presidents Welcome Reception is the perfect place to interact with the LIA Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and all of the ICALEO Conference Chairs. Mingle with your colleagues in a fun and relaxed environment at ICALEO’s premier networking event.

Chair Appreciation Breakfast Monday, October 17 | 7:00am Program Committee members and session chairs are invited to attend this informative start to the week’s events on Monday, October 17 at 7:00am. Both new and veteran session chairs will receive important session materials and audio-visual tips, along with any last-minute updates to the program. Please plan to arrive in time to fuel up for a strong start to an exciting conference.

Opening Plenary Session Monday, October 17 | 8:00am The ICALEO® Opening Plenary session is designed to enthrall you. Kicking off days of informative technical sessions, twe renowned speakers will present on new advances in lasers and photonics, with a focus on space exploration. You won’t want to miss this enlightening plenary session! 2022 Opening Plenary Speaker: Josh Brost, Relativity Space, Long Beach, California

LIA’s Laser Running Club 6:30am | Monday, October 17; Tuesday, October 18; Wednesday, October 19 Meet with your colleagues for our traditional sunrise run. Enjoy running through beautiful Orlando while catching up with your fellow early risers. A tradition begun by former LIA President Klaus Loeffler, the LIA Laser Running Club keeps you energized during the conference. Meet us in the hotel lobby with your Laser Running Club shirt on! If you are a newcomer, we will provide you with a shirt. Learn more about how to participate at the ICALEO registration desk.

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Highlights and Events Student Paper Award Contest Not only does the student paper contest illuminate the great work of up-andcoming researchers, but cash awards will be presented to the first-, second- and third-place winners. Student papers accepted for competition will be judged by an international panel based on originality of topic/material presented, scientific and technical merit, and presentation quality. Prize winners will be announced during the Closing Plenary Session on Wednesday, October 19th.

Poster Presentation Gallery Monday, October 17 | 5:15pm Join poster presenters as they share their research through posters and short presentations and answer your questions at Monday evening’s reception. Check the ICALEO proceedings for accompanying manuscripts from presenters who submit them for publication. Posters will also be available for viewing throughout the conference and will also be judged by a panel. Prize winners will be announced during the Closing Plenary Session on Wednesday, October 19th.

Panel Session Tuesday, October 18 | 1:00pm The business session has returned to ICALEO this year. We have assembled a group of industry leaders and experts, including a Florida congressman, to dissect issues, challenges, and opportunities presented to our industry after COVID. So come and join us Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 pm and learn the deep insights of the laser business shared by our expert panelists and political leaders.

Laser Industry Exhibitor Reception Tuesday, October 18 | 4:00pm Enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres while sharing ideas with colleagues and suppliers. Discuss equipment and applications in a relaxed setting after the day’s technical sessions. To participate as an ICALEO sponsor or exhibitor, contact the LIA Marketing Department: marketing@lia.org. Sponsors and Exhibitors registered as of September 14th in alphabetical order: AIP Publishing Laserline Inc. Amplitude Laser Inc. Laser Mechanisms, Inc. Association of Industrial Laser Laservision Users (AILU) Light Conversion Ltd. BOS Photonics Nuburu Inc Control Vision Precitec Inc. Coherent, Inc. QPC Lasers Directed Light Inc. SILL Optics EKSPLA SPIE FMA TRUMPF Inc. Gentec Electro-Optique, Inc. University of Central Haas Laser Technologies, Inc Florida CREOL LASEA *Sponsors are listed in blue font

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Highlights and Events Annual Awards Luncheon Wednesday, October 19 | 11:30am Enjoy a plated dinner as LIA and its partners honor the best of the best at ICALEO’s Awards Banquet. Be the first to congratulate the 2022 winners of the following awards: Arthur L. Schawlow Award William M. Steen Award LIA Fellows JLA Paper Award The luncheon will also play host to LIA’s Annual Meeting.

Closing Plenary Session Wednesday, October 19 | 3:00pm To close out the conference, we offer you a plenary session that will hopefully broaden your horizons a bit and give you something to think about on your way home. We hope to see you at this exciting session. 2022 Closing Plenary Speakers: Marvin Raupert, Leibniz University Hannover, Hanover, Germany Dr. Don Thomas, Veteran Astronaut, Orlando, Florida

Ice Cream Social Wednesday, October 19 | 3:00pm Enjoy ice cream and a final networking opportunity after the Closing Plenary to celebrate the close of the conference.

Expedition Kennedy Space Center Thursday, October 20 Join us on Thursday for an exclusive opportunity to visit and tour the Kennedy Space Center! Join the mission crew and be guided through various exhibits and facilities by a veteran astronaut, with chances to walk through the Rocket Garden, see the real Space Shuttle Atlantis, peruse the Astronaut Hall of Fame, explore the future with the new Gateway exhibit, and more! Due to popular demand, we have added a 2nd Shuttle to take people on this excursion. Each group will be guided by either astronaut Dr. Don Thomas or astronaut Robert Springer.

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Awards AR T H U R L . S C HAW LOW AWA R D One of LIA’s most prestigious honors, the Arthur L. Schawlow Award recognizes outstanding, caree r-long contributions to basic and applied research in laser science and engineering, leading to fundamental understanding of laser materials interaction and/or transfer of laser technology for increased application in industry, medicine and daily life. The Schawlow honoree will be acknowledged at the LIA Awards Ceremony, during which the recipient will givean address. Eligibility: Nominations are open to candidates who made outstanding contribution to basic and applied research in laser science and engineering. The recipient does not have to be a member of LIA but sustained service to LIA can be one of the additional contributions that is considered for the award. Nominations are active for three years.

2022 Schawlow Winner: Dr. Bo Gu

W ILLIA M M. ST E EN AWA RD The Laser Institute of America is pleased to invite applications for the prestigious William M. Steen Award for significant developments in laser material processing named after one of the early pioneers in the subject. Laser Material Processing is one of the growth points in modern manufacturing. To bring focus to the many developments taking place and to promote the development of new ideas the LIA is making awards for the top idea of the year as adjudicated by a prize giving panel. In order to qualify the innovative development should have experimental proof of concept in the use of lasers or monitoring of laser processes and should fit one of the criteria stated below: • Open a new area of application for lasers. • Be of benefit to manufacturing with lasers. • Solve a problem either particular or general by the use of lasers. • Show some novel sensing system by using optics or when monitoring laser processes. • A development in photo chemistry. • A development in photo-therapies. • A development in 3D printings with lasers

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JLA BEST PA PE R AWA R D T he Jou r n a l of Las er Applic ations B e st P ape r A w ard i s gi v e n an n u al l y i n rec o g ni t i o n o f o u tsta n d i n g las er applic ations re se arch t o t h e pri m ary au t h o r o f a se l e c t ed p a p er p u b l i sh ed i n the journal in the pre ce di n g t h re e ye ars. E ach E di t o r n om i n at e s a s i ng l e p a per i n th ei r topic al are a for c onsi de rat i o n by t h e f u l l E di t ori al t e am bas ed o n t he q u a l i ty a n d si gnific anc e of the wo rk . Th e w i n n i n g au t h or re ce i v e s f re e reg i s t r a t i o n t o I CA LE O a n d a Crys tal Award.

FEL LOWS AWA RD T he g r a d e of Fe llow is the highes t l e v e l of m e m be rsh i p i n t h e LIA . It i s a w a r d ed t o r e cog n i ze mem bers of the ins titut e w h o h av e : - A t t a i n ed u n us ual profes s ional dist i n ct i on i n t h e LIA m i ssi o n are as of l aser s c i enc e a nd tech n ol ogy, las e r applic ations an d/or l ase r saf e t y, an d - P rovi d ed ou t s tanding s ervic e to t h e i r f i e l d. N o mi n a ti on s are ope n to c andidat e s w h o m u st h av e pract i ce d t h e pro f es s i o n o f l a se r sci en ce and engine e ring in a cade m i a, m e di ci n e , i n du st ry or gov e rn ment f o r a t l e a s t 10 yea r s, and fe llow m em bersh i p f or an y i n di v i du al sh al l n o t be i n s t i t ut ed o r r e ma i n i n effe c t unles s his /he r m e m be rsh i p i s cu rre n t . F o r e xce pt i on al ca nd i d a t es , t he E x ecu ti v e Com m itte e m ay wai v e t h e e l i gi bi l i t y re qu i re m e n t s.

2022 LIA Fellows: Dr. Hongqiang Chen Prof. M.J. Soileau

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Laser Materials Macroprocessing The Macroprocessing track includes some of the most prolific laser processing applications. Although these applications have been widely adopted, researchers and industry are continually innovating to provide new techniques and novel technologies to improve macro materials processing. Discuss the results of your research and testing with your peers in these macroscopic specialized sessions.

Dr. Klaus Kleine, currently working at Coherent Inc. as a Director of Applications, is responsible for the management of the global Coherent Inc. application lab organization at Coherent. Coherent is specialized in the development and production of lasers for industrial and scientific applications. Prior to his assignment with Coherent, Dr. Kleine worked at Laserline as the General Manager for US operations, Guidant, Tsunami Optics, Iridex Corp, DuPont and the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology. Dr. Kleine holds a PhD from the University of Liverpool and MS (Dipl. Ing.) from the Aachen University of Applied Science in Germany. Klaus Kleine holds 20+ patents in the area of laser development, laser processing and medical device design.

Dr. Klaus Kleine

Andrés Fabián Lasagni received an MSc degree in Chemical Engineering from National Comahue University, Argentina, in 2002 and a PhD degree Fraunhofer IWS in Materials Science from Saarland University, Germany in 2006. From 2007 to 2008, he was a Research Scientist and Alexander von Humboldt Fellow with the Georgia Institute of Technology. From 2008 to 2017, he was a Group Leader with the Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS. Since 2012, he is a professor at the Institute of Manufacturing Technology, at the Technische Universität Dresden, and since 2017 is Director of the Center for Advanced Micro-Photonics (CAMP), in cooperation with Frauhnofer IWS. His research interests include the development of functionalized surfaces using laser-based fabrication methods, optical devices for high-throughput laser texturing and recently also in-line monitoring systems. He is the author of more than 300 articles and 30 patents. Prof. Lasagni’s awards and honors include the Fritz-Grasenick-Prize (Austrian Society for Electron Microscopy), the Werner Köster Prize (DGM), the German High Tech Champion in Photovoltaic Award (BMBF), the Masing Gedächtnispreis (DGM), the Materials Science and Technology Prize (FEMS) and the Berthold Leibinger Award (2nd prize).

Andres Lasagni

Advisory Committee

Sessions at a Glance

Prof. Christoph Leyens, Fraunhofer IWS, Germany Mark Zediker, Nuburu, Inc., Littleton, CO, USA Barbara Previtali, Politecnico Milano, Milan, Italy Dirk Petring, Fraunhofer ILT, Aachen, Germany Markus Kogel-Hollacher, Precitec Optronik, NeuIsenburg, Germany Prof. Gert-willem Römer, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands

Monday Macro 1: Battery Manufacturing and Copper Welding Macro 2: Emerging Technologies Macro 3: Tailored Beams Tuesday Macro 4: Laser Cutting Macro 5: Process Monitoring 1 Macro 6: Modeling Wednesday Macro 7: Surface Modifications Macro 8: Process Monitoring 2 Macro 9: Laser Welding

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M O NDAY, OCTOBER 17

S e ssion Title MACR O 1: BA TTERY M A N U F A C T U R I N G A N D C O P P E R W E L DI N G

Chair KLAUS KLEINE

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1 . Towards the Flexible P rodu ct ion of L arge -For m at L i th i u m - I o n B atte r y Ce l l s U s i n g L a s e r - B a s e d Ce l l -I nterna l Con t a cting (MACRO 101) Sop h ie Gr abm ann - In s t i t u t e f or M ach i n e T ool s a n d I n d u str ia l M a n a g e me n t ( iw b ) , T e c h n ic a l Un ive r sity of Muni c h, M un ich, Ger m any 2. Investigations on L ase r Be am We ldin g of Th i n Fo i l s o f Co p p e r a n d A l u m i n u m Re g a rd i n g We l d S e a m Q ua lit y Usi n g Different Las er Be am Sou rce s (M AC R O 102 ) Sarah Nothdurft - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

3 . In fluence of Supe rim pose d I n te n sit y D ist ributi o n s o n We l d S e a m Q u a l i ty a n d S p atte r B e h avi o r Du r ing La ser B e a m Welding of Co ppe r Wit h G re e n L ase r R ad i ati o n (M AC R O 1 03 ) Florian Kaufm ann - B aye ri s ch e s L as e rz e n t ru m G mb H , E r la n g e n , G e r ma n y 4. Th er mal Histor y D u rin g L ase r M e lt In je ct ion i n Co p p e r Wi th 5 1 5 n m Wave l e n g th L a s e r (M AC R O 1 04) Anika Langebeck - BIAS - Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik GmbH, Bremen, Germany

5. An Optimal Tailore d Be am-Sh ape to Im prove Co p p e r We l d i n g w i th a 1µ m 8kW L a s e r (MAC R O 1 05 ) Gwenn Pallier - Cailabs, Rennes, France

S e ssi on Title MAC RO 2 : EMERGING T EC HN OL OG I ES

Chair C H R I S TO P H L E Y E N S

Tim e 1 :4 0 PM

1 . New A pproach for M u lt i-M ate rial D e sign : Com b i n ati o n o f L a s e r B e a m a n d E l e c tro m a g n e ti c M e l t Pool Di sp lacement by Indu ce d Lore n t z Force s (M ACR O 2 01 ) Jennifer Heßmann - BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany

2. Ab out the Inf luence of t h e P roce ss Spe e d in L a s e r M e l t I n j e c ti o n fo r Re i n fo rc i n g S ki n - Pa ss Ro l l s (MACRO 202) Philipp Warneke - BIAS - Bremer Institut für ange wandte Strahltechnik GmbH, Bremen, Germany

3. Modelling of CFRP L ase r Re pair to P re dict A b l ati o n D e p th (MAC R O 2 03 ) Hagen Dittmar - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

4. E x per imental Study on L ase r In te ract ion wit h C N T Co m p o s i te s U s i n g P u l s e d N a n o s e co n d L a s e r (M ACRO 204) Dawit Musse Yasin - Kongju National University, Cheonan, Republic of Korea

S e ssion Title MACR O 3: TA ILORE D BEA M S

Chair MARK ZEDIKER

Tim e 3 :3 0 PM

1 . S p atially Tailored L ase r En e rgy D ist ribu t ion U s i n g I n n ovati ve O p ti s c s fo r G a s -Ti g h t We l d i n g o f C a sted a nd Wro u ght Aluminum A lloys in E-mobilit y (M AC RO 3 01 ) Mauritz Möller - TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH, Ditzingen, Germany

2. L a ser Beam Weld in g of Th ick Ste e l P late s Us i n g a H i g h - Powe r D i o d e L a s e r B e a m S o u rce (MAC R O 302) Oliver Seffer - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

3 . Ad vances in Beam Sh apin g of High -Powe r CW L a s e r s w i th B r i g h tL i n e We l d Te c h n o l o g y (M AC R O 3 03) Evangelos Papastathopoulos - TRUMPF Laser GmbH, Schramberg, Germany

4. Novel Systems Tech n ology For D yn am ic Be a m S h a p i n g I n L a s e r M a c ro Mate r i a l P ro ce ss i n g (MAC R O 304) Dirk Dittrich - Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS, Dresden, Germany

5. Th e A pplication of Adju st able R in g M ode L as e r i n Re m o te L a s e r We l d i n g o f Ad d i ti ve Ma n u fa c tu re d AlSi10M g (MACRO 305) Nesta Ferguson - University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom

Program subject to change.

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TUE SDAY, OCTOBER 18

S e ssion Title MACR O 4: LASER CU T T I N G

Chair REBECCA KEINZ

Tim e 8 :00AM

1 . Th e Effect of Heat F lu x on F u me G e n e rat ion i n L a s e r C u tti n g fo r N u c l e a r De co m m i ss i o n i n g (MAC R O 401) M a t t hew Jones - L ou g h b orou g h U n i v e rs i t y, L ou g h b o r o u g h , Un ite d Kin g d o m 2. Co ntrolling Nozz le an d Ke rf G as D yn am ics to M a n a g e H a z a rd o u s L a s e r C u tti n g F u m e (M AC R O 4 02 ) Jacob Lavin - L oughb orou g h U n i v e rs i t y, L ou g h b o r o u g h , Un ite d K in g d o m

3 . F ib er Las er Cuttin g of Ste e l M ate rials wit h Tw i n S p o t B e a m -Tw i n S p o t S e tti n g i n Ke r f Wi d th D i re c t ion (MACRO 4 03) Kot a Mor i m oto - Ok ayam a, Jap an 4. H i gh Speed Melt F low M on itorin g an d D eve lo p m e n t o f a n I m a g e P ro ce ss i n g A l g o r i th m fo r L a s e r F usion Cut t ing (MACRO 4 04 ) Max Schleier - University of Applied Science Aschaffenburg, Aschaffenburg, Germany

5. E ffects of Las er B e am In clin at ion on F lu x of E j e c te d D ro p l e ts i n L a s e r Re m o te C u tti n g (MAC R O 4 05 ) Adrien Da Silva - Department of Mathematics and Engineering Sciences, Luleå University of Technology, Luleå, Sweden

S e ssi on Title MAC RO 5: P ROCESS M ON I T OR I N G 1

Chair MA R K U S K O G E L - H O L L A C H E R

Tim e 1 0:1 0 AM

1 . H i g h- s peed Imagi n g A n alysis of t h e Tran sit io n to Fa i l u re i n L a s e r C u tti n g (MAC R O 5 01 ) Nikita Levichev - KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

2. In -s itu X- ray P has e Con t rast Obse rvat ion of th e F u l l Pe n e trati o n S p o t We l d i n g o n L i m i te d A l u m i n um M ateria l Th ic kness (MACRO 5 02 ) Woo-Sik Chung - Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, Germany

3. F u s ion of Optical Coh e re n ce Tom ography and P h o to d i o d e - B a s e d S e n s o r fo r I n - P ro ce ss Mo n i to r i n g D uring Re mo te Las er Weldin g of Coppe r-To-A lu min iu m (MAC R O 5 03 ) Tine B rezan - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

4. In ter preting the Acou st ic Emission D u rin g La s e r B e a m We l d i n g fo r We l d De p th De te r m i n ati o n (MACRO 5 04) Lazar Tomcic - Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb), Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

S e ssion Title MACR O 6: MODELING

Chair TB D

Tim e 2:3 0 PM

1 . A G eneral A naly tical Solu t ion for Two-D im e n s i o n a l Co l u m n a r C r ysta l G row th D u r i n g L a s e r B e a m Welding of Th i n Steel Sheets (M AC R O 6 01) Antoni Edit Artinov - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany

2. E n abling Las er Tran smission We ldin g of Add i ti ve l y Ma n u fa c tu re d Th e r m o p l a sti c Pa r ts U s i n g a n E x pert System B a se d on N eural Net work s (M AC R O 6 02 ) Julian Kuklik - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

3 . Combination of E u le rian an d R ay Tracin g A p p ro a c h e s fo r Co p p e r L a s e r We l d i n g S i m u l ati o n (MAC RO 603) Julien Daligault - Laboratoire PIMM, Arts et Metiers Institute of Technology, CNRS, Cnam, HESAM University, Paris, France

4. Th e Inf luence of t h e F re e Su rface Re con st ruc ti o n o n th e S p ati a l L a s e r E n e rg y Di str i b u ti o n i n H i g h Power La ser B e a m Welding Modelin g (M AC R O 6 0 4 ) Xiangmeng Meng - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany

5. Process ing of Hig h ly Re fle ct ive M e t als wit h U l tra - B r i g h t L a s e r s O p e rati n g at 4 4 5 n m (M AC R O 6 05 ) Christopher Halle - TeraDiode Inc., Wilmington, MA, United States

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S e ssion Title MACR O 7: SURFA CE M OD I F I C A T I ON S

Chair SILKE PFLUEGER

Tim e 8 :00AM

1 . H ow Heat Treatmen t an d C laddin g St rate gy Af fe c t th e P ro p e r ti e s o f H 1 3 Ste e l (MAC R O 701 ) St a nisl av Nĕm eček - U n i v e rs i t y of W e s t B oh e mia , P ilse n , C z e c h R e p u b lic 2. E ffect of Las er Sh ock Pe e n in g on Back St re ss o f Ad d i ti ve l y M a n u fa c tu re d Sta i n l e ss Ste e l Pa r ts (MACRO 702) Veroni ca Over - Colu mbia University, New York, NY, United States

3 . L a ser Cleaning fo r Re moval of By-P rodu ct s Fo r m e d A ro u n d We l d B e a d Af te r A rc We l d i n g (MAC R O 703) You ngji n Seo - Kongju National University, Cheonan, Republic of Korea 4. L a ser Hardening of Sm all-D iam e te r Hole s (MAC R O 704 ) Anton Evdokimov - Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus, Cottbus, Germany

5. In Situ Investigat ion of t h e C apillary D yn am i c s i n E l e c tro n B e a m We l d i n g U s i n g th e Po l a r i ze d Th e rm a l Process Emission ( MACRO 70 5 ) Michael Sawannia - Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge (IFSW), University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

S e ssi on Title MAC RO 8: P ROCESS M ON I T OR I N G 2

Chair GEOFF SHANNON

Tim e 1 0:1 0 AM

1 . L a ser Welding for Ele ct ric Ve h icle s - Se n sors w i th S o p h i sti c ate d Data Mo d e l s e n a b l e H i g h e r M a n u fa c t uring Q u a l ity (MACRO 801) Markus Kogel-Hollacher - Precitec GmbH & Co. KG, Gaggenau, Germany

2. A Novel Machine Le arn in g-D rive n A pproach fo r M o n i to r i n g a n d Di a g n o s i s o f We l d D e fe c ts Du r i n g Rem ote La ser We l d i ng of Copper -To-Ste e l Bat te ry Tab Con n e c to r s (M AC R O 802 ) Giovanni Chianese - Department of Industrial Engineering, Napoli, Italy

3. De tection of Pore s D u rin g L ase r Be am We ldi n g O f A l Mg 3 U s i n g th e Te m p e ratu re F i e l d (MAC R O 803) David Traunecker - Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge (IFSW), University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

4. Th e Inf luence of P roce ss Param e te rs in Blu e L a s e r We l d i n g o f Co p p e r a n d A l u m i n u m Th i n S h e e ts (M ACRO 8 04) Alessandro Ascari - University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

S e ssion Title MACR O 9: LA SER W EL D I N G

Chair MARK ZEDIKER

Tim e 1 :3 0 PM

1 . Investigations on t h e Effe ct of St an din g U lt ra s o n i c Wave s o n th e M i c ro str u c tu re a n d H a rd n e ss o f La ser B ea m We ld ed Butt Joints of St ain le ss Ste e l an d N ickel B a s e A l l oy (M AC R O 9 01 ) Sarah Nothdurft - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

2. Evaluation of Narrowe d We ld Pool Sh ape s an d Th e i r E f fe c t o n Re s u l ti n g Po te n ti a l De fe c ts D u r i n g D eep Pe n e t ration Las er Be am We ldin g (M AC R O 9 02 ) Marcel Bachmann - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany

3 . H a nd-Held Las er We ldin g of A I SI 3 01L N for Co m p o n e n ts Wi th Ae sth e ti c Re q u i re m e n ts : Towa rd s th e I ntegrat ion o f H u m an and Machin e In te llige n ce (M AC R O 9 03 ) Leonardo Caprio - Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

4. O ver lap-Welded Join t St re n gt h of 2 .0 G pa-Stre n g th Ste e l S h e e ts by U s i n g S i n g l e Mo d e L a s e r Wo bbling (MACRO 904 ) Minjung Kang - Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Incheon, Republic of Korea

5. Dio de Las er Weldin g on Corru gate d St ain le ss M e m b ra n e Pa n e l s o f L N G Ta n ks (M AC R O 9 05 ) Byeongjin Kim - Hanyang University, Seoul, Republic of Korea; Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Incheon, Republic of Korea

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Laser Materials Microprocessing The Microprocessing track will consist of papers and talks featuring a wide spectrum of applications and innovative equipment for materials processing in microscales with a strong focus on processes with Ultra short Pulsed Lasers. The presentations will introduce the latest and greatest advancements in their respective fields, presented by world leading companies and research organizations. This year we will have talks around the headlines of “Microelectronics”, “Glass”, “Surface processing”, “Battery foil” and “Aerospace”

John Lopez was awarded from the French graduate school of Physics and Chemistry of Bordeaux in He got his PhD on laser ablation of polymers University of Bordeaux 1993. at the University of Bordeaux in 1997. He has a permanent position as a senior research engineer in the French CNRS since 2001 and he is currently working in a public institute in the UNIVERSITY OF BORDEAUX (CELIA laboratory). He is known worldwide as an expert in laser ablation and laser micro machining. His current research topics are metals and transparent material processing, GHz-burst material processing, beam shaping and laser-assisted eye surgery. John Lopez is the author of nearly 30 peer-reviewed scientific papers and 90 proceedings. Furthermore, John Lopez is the President of the French association of industrial laser users called Club Lasers et Procédés since 2010 (CLP); as such he is the general chair of Laser Processing for industry conference (PLI). He is as well involved as an expert ALPhANOV technology center and on the board of PHOTONICS FRANCE. He was highly involved in the creation of ALPhANOV in 2007 and he used to be the Laser Material Processing Business Unit manager in ALPhANOV from 2007 to 2011. He is also a founding member of the French national committee for laser safety. Finally, John Lopez was a member of the LIA Board of Directors from 2017 to 2019.

Dr. John Lopez

Florian Kiefer is currently Head of Product Management Services for TRUMPF LaserTRUMPF Laser and and Systemtechnik GmbH in Germany. He Systemtechnik GmbH has 11 years of experience in short and ultra short pulsed lasers for industrial and research micro processing applications. Mr. Kiefer has worked with various lasers for developing applications and has held various positions in applied laser processing in the US and Germany. Mr. Kiefer holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Duale-Hochschule Baden-Wuerttemberg of Germany.

Florian Kiefer

Advisory Committee

Sessions at a Glance

Jack Gabzdyl, TRUMPF, Inc. Duncan Hand, Henriot Watt University Albert Jung, TRUMPF, Inc. Andreas Ostendorf, University Bochum, Germany Nathan Mathew, Viavi Solutions Razvan Stoian, St. Etienee University Gediminas Raciukaitis Carlos Molpeceres, University of Madrid, Spain Yasuhiro Okamoto, Okayama University, Japan Javier Solis

Monday Micro 1: Surface Processing Micro 2: Space Micro 3: Surface Structuring

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Tuesday Micro 4: Microelectronics Micro 5: Battery Foil Micro 6: Microelectronics - Glass Wednesday Micro 7: Microelectronics Micro 8: Nano

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M O NDAY, OCTOBER 17

S e ssion Title MIC RO 1: SURFA CE P R OC ESSI N G

Chair RAINER KLING

Tim e 1 0:3 0AM

1 . H o lographic Optic al En gin e (Holoe) For High- Q u a l i ty B e a m S h a p i n g i n Mate r i a l L a s e r P ro ce ss i n g (M I CRO 101) Yosh io Hayasaki - C e n t e r f or O p t i cal R e s e arch a n d E d u c a tio n ( C O R E ) , Utsu n o miy a Un ive r sity , Utsu n omi y a , Ja pa n 2. In fl uence of the S pot Size on to Bu rst M ode A b l ati o n o f Me ta l s w i th 1 0p s L a s e r P u s l e s (M I C R O 1 02 ) B eat Neuensc hwand e r - B e rn U n i v e rs i t y of A p p lie d S c ie n c e s / I n stitu te f o r Ap p lie d L a se r , P h o to n ic s a nd Surfa c e t e ch nol ogi es, Bur gd orf , Sw i t z e rl an d 3 . Utiliz ing Ultrafast L ase rs for Post -P roce ssin g to I m p rove M e c h a n i c a l P ro p e r ti e s o f 3 D - P r i n te d Pa r t s (MIC RO 103) Ilya Mingareev - Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, United States

S e ssi on Title MICR O 2 : SP ACE

Chair TB D

Tim e 1 :3 0 PM

1 . Mo nolithic High P re cision D ev ice s for I n te grate d P h o to n i c s (MI C R O 2 01 ) Andrea Lovera - FEMTOprint, Muzzano, Switzerland

2. L a ser Micro Dr illi n g of C F R P wit h a N an ose co n d - P u l s e d H i g h - Powe r L a s e r (M I C R O 2 02 ) Richard Staehr - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

3. Ul trafast- las er Fa bricat ion of Ele ct ric M icro-Th r u ste r s fo r N a n o s ate l l i te s (M I C R O 2 03 ) Lino Costa - University of Tennessee Knoxville - Space Institute, Tullahoma, TN, United States

4. Dry Las er Peening: A N ew L ase r Pe e n in g Te c h n i q u e u s i n g Fe m to s e co n d L a s e r P u l s e s (M I C R O 2 04 ) Tomokazu Sano - Osaka University, Osaka, Japan

S e ssion Title MIC RO 3: SURFACE ST R U C T U R I N G

Chair ALBERT LEONHARD JUNG

Tim e 3 :3 0 PM

1 . S u rface Functiona lizat ion of M e t al Sh e e t s with U l tra fa st L a s e r s a n d I n l i n e Q u a l i ty I n s p e c ti o n i n a Roll-to-Roll Pro ce ss (MICRO 301) Rainer Kling - Alphanov, Laser Technology Center , Talence, France

2. Ma ster ing Cor rosion by M e an s of L ase r-G u id e d Co r ro s i o n Co n tro l (MI C R O 3 02 ) Juan Pou - University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain

3 . S e lective Las er Cryst allizat ion an d A m orph iz ati o n i n Po l y m e r F i b re s (M I C R O 3 03 ) Francesca Wheeler - L ou g h b orou g h U n i v e rs i t y, Lo u g h b o r o u g h , Un ite d K in g d o m

4. Tribological P rop e rt ie s I m prove m e n t of St ain l e sss Ste e l a n d N i c ke l S a m p l e s at L a rg e S c a l e Th a n ks to B ea m S p l itting with a Fem tose con d L ase r (M I C R O 3 0 4 ) Gwenn Pallier - Cailabs, Rennes, France

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TUE SDAY, OCTOBER 18

S e ssion Title MIC RO 4: MICROELEC T R ON I C S

Chair JOHN LOPEZ

Tim e 8 :00AM

1 . H a rness ing Power of Fe mtose con d L ase r In duce d O p ti c a l S c atte r i n g (M I C R O 4 01 ) M a rt y nas Ber esna - U n i v e rs i t y of Sou t h am p t on , S o u th a mp to n , Un ite d Kin g d o m 2. Re al Time Monito rin g for Re du ct ion of M ate r i a l D a m a g e D u r i n g L a s e r D r i l l i n g o f vi a H o l e s i n F l ex i b le PCB S u b strates ( MICRO 4 02 ) Stefan Janssen - LG Electronics, Seoul, Republic of Korea

3 . An alys is of the Q u alit y an d Efficie n cy for Low I m p a c t S c r i b e L i n e s o n A l u m i n u m N i tr i d e a n d S i l i con Nit ride Ce ra mic Substrates by U lt ra-Sh ort P u lse L ase r M a c h i n i n g (MI C R O 4 03 ) M a uritz Möl l er - TRUM PF L as e r- u n d Sys t e m t e c h n ik G mb H , Ditz in g e n , G e r ma n y 4. Co mpact, Fiber Cou ple d, G re e n G h z Fe m tos e co n d L a s e r fo r Ad va n ce d M a n u fa c tu r i n g A p p l i c ati o n s (MIC RO 4 04 ) Eric Mottay - Amplitude, Pessac, France

S e ssi on Title MICR O 5: BATTERY F OI L

Chair FLORIAN KIEFER

Tim e 1 0:00 AM

1 . Investigation of the Pe rforat ion P roce ss of Gra p h i te B a s e d L i th i u m - I o n B atte r y E l e c tro d e s U s i n g U l t ra short L a se r P uls es (MICRO 5 01) Max-Jonathan Kleefoot - LaserApplikationsZentru m (LAZ), Aalen University, Aalen, Germany; Department of Machining Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FST), University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic

2. In fluence of P uls e C h aracte rist ics on Bat te ry Fo i l C u tti n g Wi th N s F i b e r L a s e r s (M I C R O 5 02 ) Jack Gabzdyl - TRUMPF Laser Uk Ltd, Southampton, United Kingdom

3. H igh Speed Large Scale Se le ct ive Coat in g Re m ova l by H i g h Powe r N a n o s e co n d l a s e r w i th I n te ra c ti ng M ult i Ax is System ( MICRO 503 ) Sabrina Vogt - TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH, Ditzingen, Germany

S e ssion Title MIC RO 6: MICROELE C T R ON I C S - G L A SS

Chair TB D

Tim e 2:3 0 PM

1 . Ad aptive Optics for L ase r Writ te n P h oton ic Str u c tu re s (M I C R O 6 01 ) Patrick Salter - University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

2. H ig h A s pect Ratio Hole D rillin g in G lass Wit h Fe m to s e co n d G h z L a s e r (M I C R O 6 02 ) Eric Mottay - Amplitude, Pessac, France

3 . H i g h-s peed Cleav in g of G lass an d Polyme rs U s i n g U l tra fa st F i b e r L a s e r (M I C R O 6 03 ) Bogusz Stępak - Fluence, Warsaw, Poland

4. Ti me-res olved P um p-probe Sh adowgraphy o f To p - d ow n a n d B o tto m - u p Dr i l l i n g i n G l a ss U s i n g Fe mtosecond L a se r P uls es (MICRO 6 0 4 ) John Lopez - University of Bordeaux-CNRS-CEA, Talence, France

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WE DN ESDAY, OCTOBER 19

S e ssion Title MIC RO 7: MICROELEC T R ON I C S

Chair YVES BELLOUARD

Tim e 8 :00AM

1 . Data-dr iven Ultrash ort P u lse L ase r P roce ssing Towa rd Re a l - ti m e C P S (M I C R O 701 ) Aik o Nar az aki - Nati on al In s t i t u t e of A d v an ce d I n d u str ia l S c ie n c e a n d T e c h n o lo g y , T su k u b a , J a p a n 2. Cu t ting Lithium Io n Bat te ry Ele ct rode M ate r i a l s Wi th Ta i l o re d U l tra s h o r t P u l s e B u r sts (M I C R O 702 ) Jim Bovatsek - MKS Instruments, Milpitas, CA, United States

3 . Nonlinear Optical Effe ct s in t h e P ropagat ion o f U l tra s h o r t P u l s e s I n s i d e S i l i co n (M I C R O 703 ) M a t t hew Boyl es - CR E O L , C ol l e g e of O p t i cs an d P h o to n ic s, Un ive r sity o f C e n tr a l F lo r id a , O r la n d o , F L U ni t ed St a t es 4. C u tting Ultra-Thin G lass by L ase r A blat ion a n d F i l a m e n tati o n u s i n g U V a n d I R U S P l a s e r s (MI C R O 704) Tony S. Lee - Coherent, Inc., Santa Clara, CA, United States

S e ssion Title MIC RO 8: N A N O

Chair YVES BELLOUARD

Tim e 9:40 AM

1. TBD Peter Kanzansky

1 . Ul tralong and Extre me ly F lexible G lass N an of i b e r s P ro d u ce d by a N ew Me th o d : Co n ti n u o u s F i b e r i z i ng by La ser Me lting and Super s on ic D raggin g (Cofiblas) Juan Pou - University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain

2. Fe m tos econd Lase r M icrofabricate d Polym e r i c M i c ro r i n g Str u c tu re s Qiying Chen - Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Canada

3 . Po ly mer Injected Le n se s M ou ld M an u fact u ring I m p rove m e n t Th a n ks to Fe m to - s e co n d P ro ce ss i n g w it h a Ta ilo red MP LC-Bas e d Be am Sh ape r Gwenn Palier - Cailabs, Rennes, France

4. Me tallic N anopar ticle s Syn t h e size d by L ase r A b l ati o n a n d th e i r A n ti b a c te r i a l Ac ti vi ty Juan Pou - University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain

Program subject to change.

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Laser Additive Manufacturing With new suppliers and devices entering the market daily, and a greater range of materials and material suppliers, Laser Additive Manufacturing is one of the highest growth areas within manufacturing globally. The Laser Additive Manufacturing track shines a spotlight on the latest techniques in additive manufacturing—from part design and process chain to finished product. Don’t miss out!

Milan Brandt is a professor in Advanced Manufacturing in the School of Engineering, Technical Director Advanced Manufacturing RMIT Centre Precinct and Director RMIT Centre for Additive for Additive Manufacturing, RMIT University, Melbourne Manufacturing Australia. Professor Brandt has been involved with lasers and manufacturing technologies professionally for some 36 years and is recognized nationally and internationally as the leading Australian researcher in the field. He is the recipient of several awards and is the author of over 200 publications, 5 book chapters and a book on laser additive manufacturing. He has also commercialized the results of his research through the companies he has helped establish. Professor Brandt is a Fellow and currently an executive member of LIA. In 2018 he was the president of LIA. He has had a 33 year association with LIA being involved on the organizing committees for ICALEO and LAM for many years, as well as serving on the LIA Board of Directors. He is also the Senior Editor of JLA in additive manufacture.

Milan Brandt

Advisory Committee Adam Hicks, United States Air Force, USA Brandon Lane, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA Prof. Martin Leary, RMIT University, Australia Prof. Stefan Kaierle, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Germany Jana Kelbassa, Fraunhofer ILT, Germany Prof. Manyalibo Matthews, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA

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Dr. E.W. (Ted) Reutzel is Director of Penn State’s Center for Innovative Material Processing through Direct Digital Deposition Penn State University (CIMP-3D), is an Associate Research Professor at Penn State’s Applied Research Laboratory, and serves as graduate faculty in Penn State’s Engineering Science & Mechanics Department and the Additive Manufacturing & Design Program. Dr. Reutzel has led numerous programs to investigate and implement metal AM, including support for the Navy’s first demonstration of a flight-critical part (Ti6Al4V AM link on the MV-22B Osprey). Current interests include process monitoring for AM process understanding, machine learning for quality control of metal-based AM processes, and process implementation.

Dr. Edward W. Reutzel

Sessions at a Glance Prof. Ehsan Toyserkani, University of Waterloo, Canada Prof. Mihaela Vlasea, University of Waterloo, Canada Prof. Chistoph Leyens, Fraunhofer IWS, Germany Prof. Dongdong Gu, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics Thierry Marchione, Caterpillar, USA

Monday LAM 1: DEDAM Process and Material Technology LAM 2: DEDAM Process and Material Technology Tuesday LAM 4: DEDAM Novel Processes and Materials LAM 5: PBFAM Process and Material Technology LAM 6: PBFAM Process and Material Technology Wednesday LAM 7: PBFAM Novel Processes and Materials LAM 8: PBFAM Novel Processes and Materials LAM 9: PBFAM Novel Processes and Materials

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M O NDAY, OCTOBER 17

S e ssion Title L AM 1 : DEDA M P RO C ESS A N D M A T ER I A L T EC H N O L O G Y

Chair TE D R E U TZ E L

Tim e 1 0:3 0AM

1 . Combinator ial Des ign of High En t ropy A lloys ( H E A ) fo r H i g h Te m p e ratu re Co r ro s i o n a n d We a r Re s ist a nt Coat ing by Ther mod yn amic C alcu lat ion s an d La s e r C l a d d i n g ( L A M 1 01 ) P a s cal A ubr y - Des– Se rv i ce d ’ E t u d e s A n al yt i q ue s e t d e R é a c tivité d e s S u r f a c e s ( S E AR S ) , C E A, Un ive rs i t é Pa ri s Saclay, Par i s, F r anc e 2. L a ser Directed En e rgy D e posit ion of Be t a Ty p e Ti - N b a n d Ti Z r - N b A l l oys fo r th e Deve l o p m e n t o f Novel B i o medical Implants (L A M 102 ) Ju a n Pou - University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain 3 . Procedure Qualif icat ion an d Qu alit y Evalu at i o n fo r L a s e r M e ta l Di re c te d E n e rg y D e p o s i ti o n Ad d i ti ve Ma n u factur ing ( LAM 103 ) Jacob C Hay - EWI, Columbus, OH, United States

S e ssion Title L AM 2 : DEDA M P RO C ESS A N D M A T ER I A L T EC H N O L O G Y

Chair JANA KELBASSA

Tim e 1 :3 0 PM

1 . Development of a L ase r M e t al D e posit ion (L M D) P ro ce ss i n g H e a d w i th I n te g rate d O n l i n e 3 D D i sta n ce Mo n i tor ing and Con t rol C apabilit y for Addit ive M a n u fa c tu r i n g ( A M ) ( L A M 2 01 ) Jochen Kittel - Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, Germany

2. Process Stability an d We ld Se am G e ome t ry d u r i n g De p o s i ti o n We l d i n g w i th H i g h - c a r b o n Wi re Materia l 100Cr6 (L AM 202) Laura Budde - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

3 . C h aracter ization of t h e Powde r St re am P rop a g ati o n B e h avi o r o f a D i s c re te Co a x i a l N oz z l e fo r L a s er M et a l De p os ition ( LAM 203 ) Annika Bohlen - BIAS - Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik GmbH, Bremen, Germany

4. C reating P uls ed-Wave L ase r D ire cte d En e rgy D e p o s i ti o n P ro ce ss - Str u c tu re - P ro p e r ty Re l ati o n s h i p s ( LAM 204) Cory D Jamieson - Pennsylvania State University Applied Research Laboratory, State College, PA, United States

5. De pos ition Strategie s for G e n e rat in g C u boid Vo l u m e s U s i n g E x tre m e H i g h - s p e e d D i re c te d E n e rg y D eposit ion (L AM 205) Max-Fabian Steiner - Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, Germany

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TUE SDAY, OCTOBER 18

S e ssion Title L AM 4: DEDA M NOVEL P R OC ESSES A N D M A T E R I A L S

Chair C H R I S TO P H L E Y E N S

Tim e 8 :00AM

1 . S e t up for Electr ical Re sist an ce M e asu re me n t fo r L a s e r M ate r i a l D e p o s i ti o n Wi th Co a x i a l Wi re Fe e d a nd Use for Pro ce ss Control (LA M 4 01) M a x Fabi an Stei ner - Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, Aachen, Germany 2. Towards Defect-F re e Compon e n t s in L ase r M e ta l D e p o s i ti o n w i th Co a x i a l Wi re Fe e d i n g Th ro u g h C losed-loop Con t rol of the Melt Pool Te mpe rat u re (L A M 4 02 ) Christian J Bernauer - Technical University of Munich (TUM), TUM School of Engineering & Design, Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb), Munich, Germany

3 . In ter mixing Behavior of 1.4 4 3 0 St ain le ss Stee l a n d 1 . 47 1 8 Ste e l i n I n - S i tu A l l oy i n g U s i n g Co a x i a l Double Wire L a se r Direct Energy D e posit ion (L A M 4 03 ) N ick Sc hwar z - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany; Hochschule Hannover, Hannover, Germany 4. H i gh Depos ition Rate We ldin g Wit h a L ase r L i n e O p ti c s Wi th th e L a s e r A ss i ste d Do u b l e Wi re D e p o sit ion We ld i ng P rocess Wit h N on -t ran sfe rre d A rc (L A M 4 04 ) Kai Biester - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

S e ssi on Title L AM 5: P BFA M P RO C ESS A N D M A T ER I A L T EC H N O L O G Y

Chair E H S A N TO Y S E R K A N I

Tim e 1 0:00 AM

1 . Investigations of P roce ss By-P rodu ct s by M ea n s o f S c h l i e re n I m a g i n g d u r i n g th e Powd e r B e d F u s i on of M et a ls Usin g a Las er Beam (L A M 5 01) Siegfried Baehr - Lin de GmbH, Unterschleissheim, Germany; Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management, Garching, Germany

2. A Novel, Compac t M e t h od to L ase r Be am P ro f i l e th e S c a n F i e l d o f a 3 - D Ad d i ti ve Powd e r B e d (L A M 5 02) Michael Scaggs - Haas Laser Technologies, Inc., Flanders, NJ, United States

3. E x per imental Eva lu at ion of t h e Powde r Part i c l e F l ow D u r i n g th e L a s e r M e ta l De p o s i ti o n P ro ce ss (LAM 5 03) Dieter De Baere - Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Acoustics and Vibration Research Group, Brussels, Belgium

S e ssion Title L AM 6: P BFAM P ROC ESS A N D M A T ER I A L T EC H N O L O G Y

Chair E H S A N TO Y S E R K A N I

Tim e 2:3 0 PM

1 . Eva luation of Las er Powde r Be d F u sion of Ox i d e Di s p e r s e d N i c ke l b a s e d A l l oy fo r N u c l e a r A p p l i c ations (L AM 601) Pascal Aubry - Des– Se rv i ce d ’ E t u d e s A n al yt i q u es e t d e R é a c tivité d e s S u r f a c e s ( S E AR S ) , C E A, Un ive r s i t é Pa ri s -

Saclay, Par i s, F r anc e 2. E x panding the Capabilit ie s of L ase r-Base d Powd e r B e d F u s i o n o f Po l y m e r s Th ro u g h th e U s e o f Ele c t rophotographic Powde r A pplicat ion (L A M 6 02 ) Sebastian-Paul Kopp - Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH, Erlangen, Germany; Collaborative Research Center “Additive Manufacturing”, Erlangen Graduate School in Advanced Optical Technologies (SAOT), Erlangen, Germany

3 . Comparative Overv iew of Conve n t ion al an d N ove l Ad d i ti ve M a n u fa c tu r i n g P ro ce ss e s o f D e n ta l A l l oys (L AM 603) Juan Pou - University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain

4. S u stainable Las er M e t al D e posit ion of A l A lloys fo r th e Au to m o ti ve I n d u str y (L A M 6 04 ) Francesco Bruzzo - Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS, Dresden, Germany

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S e ssion Title L AM 7: P BFA M NOV EL P R OC ESSES A N D M A T E R I A L S

Chair P E TE R J A E S C H K E

Tim e 8 :00AM

1 . Di g i tal Manufactu rin g in L ase r Addit ive M an u fa c tu re d A l S i 1 0M g S a fe ty Fe atu re fo r L I - I o n B atte r y Cell (L AM 701) Heikk i Saar i l uom a - T u rku U n i v e rs i t y of A p p l i e d S c ie n c e s, T u r k u , F in la n d 2. Powder and Vapo r Con side rat ion for Addit ive M a n u fa c tu r i n g ( L p b f ) S i m u l ati o n (L A M 702 ) Morgan Dal - Laboratoire PIMM, Arts et Metiers Institute of Technology, CNRS, Cnam, HESAM University, Paris, France

3 . O p timization and D e sign for Addit ive M an u fa c tu r i n g o f a F u e l Ce l l E n d P l ate (L A M 703 ) D irk Her zog - Ham bu rg U n i v e rs i t y of T e ch n ol og y , I n stitu te o f L a se r a n d S y ste ms T e c h n o lo g ie s, H a mburg, G ermany 4. De s igning of Alumin u m C ase L id of P rism at ic B atte r y Ce l l fo r L a s e r Powd e r B e d F u s i o n (L A M 704 ) Heikki Saariluoma - Tu rku U n i v e rs i t y of A p p l i e d S c ie n c e s, T u r k u , F in la n d

S e ssi on Title L AM 8: P BFA M NOV EL P R OC ESSES A N D M A T E R I A L S

Chair DI R K H E R Z O G

Tim e 1 0:00 AM

1 . An a lys is of the Effe ct of In lin e L ase r-in du ce d U l tra s o n i c Wave s o n th e Mi c ro str u c tu re o f Mate r i a l s Processed in L a se r Powder Bed Fu sion Con dit ion s (L A M 8 01 ) Pascal Aubry - Des– Se rv i ce d ’ E t u d e s A n al yt i q u e s e t d e R é a c tivité d e s S u r f a c e s ( S E AR S ) , C E A, Un ive rs i t é Pa ri s -

S a cla y, Par i s, F r anc e 2. Mid-A ir Explos ion of N an opart icle s-base d M i c ro d ro p l e ts u s i n g N a n o - e l e c tro s p ray L a s e r ( L A M 802 ) Atul Regmi - University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, United States

3. CO 2 Las er -Ass iste d Sin te rin g of TiO2 N an op a r ti c l e s o n G l a ss S u b strate ( L A M 803 ) Yahya Bougdid - University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, United States

S e ssi on Title L AM 9: P BFA M NOVEL P R OC ESSES A N D M A T E R I A L S

Chair PASCAL AUBRY

Tim e 1 :3 0 PM

1 . Ad ditive Manufact u rin g of P u re Coppe r by Bl u e Di o d e L a s e r I n d u ce d S e l e c ti ve L a s e r Me l ti n g ( L A M 901) Yuji Sato - Joning and Welding Research Institute, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan

2. S imulation of Sel e cte d L ase r M e lte d Im plan t D e s i g n s w i th Va r i a b l e Po ro s i ty a n d M o d u l u s o f E l a sti c it y (L AM 902) Khalid Mahmood - National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan

3. L a s er - Bas ed Powde r Be d F u sion of Ti-6 A l-4 V i n Oxyg e n - Re d u ce d a n d Oxyg e n - F re e E nvi ro n m e n t ( LAM 903) Nicole Emminghaus - Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany

4. S olidification Crack in g Re du ct ion in L ase r Powd e r B e d F u s i o n P ro ce ss e s Th a n ks to B e a m S h a p i n g Wit h M ult iPla n e Light Conver s ion (L A M 9 0 4 ) Adeline Orieux - Cailabs, Rennes, France

Program subject to change.

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Frontiers in Laser Applications The Frontier in Applications track explores cutting edge new applications of lasers, at the frontier of research and industry. From environment to medical, advanced instrumentation to extreme light sources, space to surgery, the Frontier in Application track brings a unique perspective.

Eric Mottay graduated from the Ecole Superieure d’Optique near Paris, the leading institution in France for Optical Engineering. Amplitude Laser He is the president of Amplitude Laser Group Group, a company he founded in 2001 and which is now a leading manufacturer of ultrafast lasers for industry and science. In doing so, he developed during the past ten years many scientific and industrial partnerships with research institutions, technology centers and industrial companies. He is passionate about laser technology and applications development and believes that sound engineering and collaborations are the key to success in photonics.

Eric Mottay

Jiyeon Choi received her Ph. D. in optics from the College of Optics, CREOL/FPCE in the University of Central Florida, USA in Korea Institute of 2009 and the joint Ph. D (Co-Tutelle) in laser Machinery and physics from the University of Bordeaux, Materials France in 2010. She is currently the head of the department of laser and electron beam technologies in Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) in Daejeon, Korea. Her research interests include ultrashort pulsed laser-matter interaction with novel optical materials for displays, photonics and biomedical applications. She is a member of SPIE, the optical society (OSA), the optical society of Korea (OSK), the Korean society of mechanical engineers (KSME), and the Korean society of laser processing (KSLP). She is an associate member of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea since 2022.

Dr. Jiyeon Choi

Advisory Committee

Sessions at a Glance

Eric Mottay, Amplitude Laser Group, France Dr. Jiyeon Choi, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, Korea

Monday FLA 1: New Applications FLA 2: Semiconductor Tuesday FLA 4: Mobility and Environment FLA 5: Manufcaturing

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M O NDAY, OCTOBER 17

S e ssion Title F L A 1 : NEW AP P LIC A T I ON S

Chair ILYA MINGAREV

Tim e 1 0:3 0AM

1 . Coh erent XUV Gen e rat ion an d M an ipu lat ion I n s i d e M i c ro f l u i d i c D evi ce s Fa b r i c ate d by Fe m to s e co n d La ser Mic ro machining ( FLA 101) Ann a Ci r i ol o - Nati o n al R e s e arch C ou n ci l (C NR ) , I n stitu te f o r P h o to n ic s a n d N a n o te c h n o lo g ie s, M ila n o, I t a l y 2. L a ser A M Is The Key To Un lock in g Space (F L A 1 02 ) Zeke Sudbury - TRUMPF, Inc., Plymouth, MI, United States

3 . Th e Us e of Backs cat te r R adiat ion from t h e La s e r P ro ce ss P rovi d i n g P ro ce ss Fe e d b a c k a n d P ro - a c t ive La ser S a fe t y Control ( FLA 103 ) Le wis Jones - Wol fson Sch ool of M e ch an i cal , E le c tr ic a l a n d M a n u f a c tu r in g E n g in e e r in g , L o u g h b o r o u gh U ni vers i t y , Lo u g hbor ough, U ni te d K i n g d om 4. Coated Glass Cut t in g wit h M in imize d Coat in g Re m ova l Th a n ks to a Ta i l o re d B e ss e l B e a m ( F L A 1 04) Gwenn Pallier - Cailabs, Rennes, France

S e ssion Title F L A 2 : SEMICON DU C T OR

Chair E R I C MO TTA Y

Tim e 1 :3 0 PM

1 . Mater ial Characte rizat ion in Se micon du ctor Pro ce ss i n g u s i n g P U L S E ™ Te c h n o l o g y ( F L A 2 01 ) Manjusha Mehendale - Onto Innovation Inc., Budd Lake, NJ, United States

2. Ad vances in Las er-A ssiste d Fabricat ion of In f ra re d G r i n Co m p o n e n ts ( F L A 2 02 ) Ilya Mingareev - Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, United States

Program subject to change.

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TUE SDAY, OCTOBER 18

S e ssion Title F L A 4: MOBILITY AN D EN V I R ON M EN T

Chair J A R E D S P E L TZ

Tim e 8 :00AM

1 . L a ser - Bas ed Manufact u rin g A pproach e s for E - Mo b i l i ty a n d E l e c tr i c Ve h i c l e B atte r i e s at Co h e re n t ( FLA 401) Kla us Kl ei ne - C oher e n t , In c. , San t a C l ara, C A , U n ite d S ta te s 2. Ab l ation Dy namic s of C u In du ce d by Sin gle P u l s e a n d G H z B u r st Fs L a s e r ( F L A 4 02 ) Minok Park - Lawerence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, United States

3 . L a ser Energy Con su mpt ion an d C arbon Em iss i o n s : H ow Do L a s e r Syste m s Co m p a re to O th e r M a n u fa c t uring Pro ce ss es? ( FLA 4 03 ) Le wis Jones - Wol fson Sch ool of M e ch an i cal , E le c tr ic a l a n d M a n u f a c tu r in g E n g in e e r in g , L o u g h b o r o u gh U ni vers i t y , Lo u g hbor ough, U ni te d K i n g d om 4. H i gh Power Diode L ase rs - N ew A pplicat ion s w i th B l u e ( F L A 4 04 ) Wolfgang Todt - Technical University of Karlsuhe, Karlsuhe, Germany; Oleg Raykis - RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germa ny

S e ssion Title F L A 5 : MA N UFACTU R I N G

Chair KLAUS KLEINE

Tim e 1 0:00 AM

1 . T B D ( FLA 501) Jared Speltz - University of Dayton Research Institute, Dayton, OH, United States

2. Pa rameter s A lterat ion s of t h e D yn amic Be am Mi n i m i ze We l d D e fe c ts ( F L A 5 02 ) Eyal Shekel - Civan Lasers, Jerusalem, Israel

3 . Improvement of Adh e sive Bon din g on A lu min u m S u b strate s By L a s e r A b l ati o n ( F L A 5 03 ) Tyler O’Neill - Adapt Laser, Kansas City, MO, United States

4. St a inless Steel La se r Be am We ldin g wit h a D y n a m i c Ta i l o re d B e a m S h a p i n g L a s e r - H e a d b a s e d o n M ult i-Pla ne L i g h t Conver s ion ( FL A 5 0 4 ) Jorge Luis Arias Otero - AIMEN, Vigo, Spain

Program subject to change.

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Posters S e ssio n PO S T E R P RESENTA T I ON G A L L ER Y - M ON D A Y, O C TO B E R 1 7

Tim e 5 :1 5 PM

In S itu Obs er vation of D yn amics of Keyh ole and Mo l te n Po o l i n L a s e r We l d i n g fo r Deve l o p m e n t o f S pat ter S u p p ress ion Tomoki Arita - Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kindai University, Osaka, Japan

S u p p ress ion of Den u dat ion Zon e U sin g L ase r Pro f i l e Co n tro l i n Va c u u m S L M M asahi r o Iham a - Grad u at e Sch ool of E n g i n e e rin g , O sa k a Un ive r sity , O sa k a , J a p a n Plia b l e Solid Medium as P lasma Con fin e me n t Laye r fo r L a s e r Pe e n i n g Ya ng Zhang - Kindai University, Osaka, Japan Proce ss Study on La se r We ldin g of Bat te ry Tab Fo i l Mate r i a l s w i th B l u e L a s e r Ak i P ii r oi nen - Uni ve rs i t y of T u rku , T u rku , Fi n l a n d ; M a c h in e T e c h n o lo g y C e n te r T u r k u L td ., T u r k u , F in la nd Mod u le P latfor m for Hybrid P BF -L B M an u fact u r i n g Timo Rautio - Kerttu Saalasti Institute/University of Oulu, Nivala, Finland

E ffe c t of Blue Diode L ase r on We ldin g of P u re Co p p e r Wi re U s i n g B l u e - I R H y b r i d L a s e r S hu mpei F uji o - Gr a d u at e Sch ool of E n g i n e e ri ng , O sa k a Un ive r sity , O sa k a , J a p a n Cat h ode Spot Control Usin g L ase r I rradiat ion a n d Ox i d e s i n Wi re A rc Ad d i ti ve Ma n u fa c tu r i n g o f Ti - 6 Al-4V Alloy D on g Hyuc k Kam - K ore a In s t i t u t e of I n d u s t ri al T e c h n o lo g y , I n c h e o n , R e p u b lic o f Ko r e a De e p Lear ning- Bas e d Pe n e t rat ion D e pt h P re dic ti o n i n A l /C u L a s e r We l d i n g U s i n g S p e c tro m e te r S i g na l a nd CCD Ima g e M inju ng Kang - Kor ea In s t i t u t e of I n d u s t ri al T e c h n o lo g y , I n c h e o n , R e p u b lic o f K o r e a Nove l P rocess ing Strate gie s for L ase r Powde r B e d F u s i o n to Re d u ce D e fe c ts i n H i g h Te m p e ratu re TZ M Alloy James Hanagan - Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, United States

L a se r P rocess ing Mi crost ru ct u re d Opt ical F iber Co ate d w i th C a r b o n N a n o m ate r i a l s fo r B i o s e n s i n g Q iy in g C hen - Depart m e n t of Ph ys i cs an d Ph ysic a l O c e a n o g r a p h y , M e mo r ia l Un ive r sity o f N e w f o u n d la nd, St . Jo h n’ s, Canada 3D Manufactur ing for P u re Coppe r by M u lt i Be a m L M D Syste m Wi th H i g h I n te n s i ty B l u e Di o d e L a s e r s Yuma Takazawa - Grad u at e Sch ool of E n g i n e e r in g , O sa k a Un ive r sity , O sa k a , J a p a n L a se r Selective Ref low Bon din g an d Rework Te c h n o l o g y fo r M i n i L E D C h i p s Nam Seong Ki m - L a s e rs s e l C o. , L t d . , C h e on an , R e p u b lic o f Ko r e a

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