September 27-30, 2016 - Besançon
Come and meet IREPA LASER during MICRONORA 2016, international microtechnology trade fair. Located in hall C – booth 508, on the collective stand of the Club Laser & Procédés, our experts will be at your service.
About the event:
- Date: September 27–30, 2016 – Open to the public from 9am to 6pm
- Sector: microtechnology
- Location: Parc des Expositions Micropolis / Boulevard Ouest - Besançon (France)
- Attendees: free badge request
Micronora is highly specialized in the precision and miniaturization sectors and is the only trade fair in France to offer such an exceptional array of innovative technologies. Thanks to the transfer of solutions between different industrial sectors, micro and nano-technologies can be applied in all cutting-edge sectors looking for smaller, more accurate, more intelligent solutions. Micronora is the ideal place to find out more about them. Over 25 000 m² of exhibition space, the exhibitors, 34% of whom are from overseas, display their varied, high-quality innovations - from R&D to sub-contracting and production technologies.
More information : www.micronora.com
Conference « Laser & Medical » - September, 28
During MICRONORA, the Club Laser & Procédés is organizing conferences about the topic: « Lasers in the medical field ». Our expert in micro-applications, Frédéric Mermet, will present the ABLALASE project regarding kidney surgery with lasers.
Lasers have many benefits for partial surgery for kidney cancer, such as the nano-invasive aspect, the ability to incise tissue and cauterize, etc... A bibliographic review regarding laser interaction on biological tissues will be presented during this talk. The research works’ results carried out under this project, where different wavelengths and transmission schemes have been implemented on kidneys, will also be detailed.
About the workshop:
Laser technology is increasingly being used in health and medical equipment fields to treat some diseases or to machine, mark or assemble implant components, prostheses and surgical instruments. Without reviewing exhaustively all laser applications in medicine, this half-day of 10 conferences aims to inform manufacturers on recent developments in this field.