New Sponsor Benefits Unveiled for International Laser Safety Conference 2019

The Laser Institute of America (LIA) has unveiled its updated Sponsor Brochure for its next major conference – the 2019 International Laser Safety Conference (ILSC). Building off of the success of the International Congress on Applications of Lasers & Electro-Optics (ICALEO) last October, LIA has added a suite of new benefits to their sponsor packages, building added value and […]

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LIA Today Exclusive: A Cuppa With Milan Brandt

Provided by the November/December 2018 issue of LIA Today In celebration of LIA’s 50th Anniversary, we took our tea and questions to ask our President, Milan Brandt, on his thoughts on laser materials processing – the global trends, research, developments and unique advantages over other technologies. Welcome Milan and thank you for joining us today. […]

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ILSC 2017 Gathers the World’s Medical & Industrial Laser Safety Professionals

Written By: Jamie King  Laser Institute of America’s (LIA) International Laser Safety Conference (ILSC®) was held from March 20-23, 2017 at the Sheraton Atlanta Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. With over 200 laser safety professionals from around the world attending, medical and industrial workers from novice to expert discussed everything from laser generated air pollution to […]

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Proposal of a New Laser Safety Guard Material & Its Protection Time Evaluation Method

KUNIHIKO WASHIO, TAKASHI KAYAHARA, YOSHIHIRO EMORI AND AKIRA FUJISAKI Thin metallic sheets made of aluminum or steel with a thickness of 1 to 2 mm are often used as laser guard materials. However, metallic laser guards are easily penetrated by high power laser irradiation due to quick melting. Therefore, their protection times are short. Current […]

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Weekly Lasers Wrap Up – Week of December 19, 2016

The Laser Institute of America LasersToday.com Weekly Wrap-Up aggregates industry news, conference updates, and LIA happenings. Here is the latest: Laser Industry News Scientists at Cern are using lasers to unlock the secrets of antimatter. The physicists shone a laser on trapped anti-atoms to see if they react differently than atoms. Using a uniquely-designed magnetic […]

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