ISSP UL director Mārtiņš Rutkis and ISSP UL Deputy Director for innovation Andris Anspoks participated in the annual meeting of Baltic Photonics Cluster in Tallinn, Estonia on November 17.
The meeting focused on learning from the experience of Photonics Finland to make the cluster more effective and useful. The new website, possible funding, “compulsory” events 2018 (NOP Lund 2018), Photonics21 platform’s usefulness, next year’s big BPC event, etc. were discussed. The meeting also included a visit to FLIR Systems Estonia manufacturing facility, a presentation about the activities of the Photonics Club of the University of Tartu, a new infrared shutter from EuroLCDs, and a presentation of new BPC member.