ECOC 2023

ECOC 2023

ECOC 2023 | October 2-5, 2023 in Glasgow, Scotland

PolyPhotonics Berlin is pleased to announce its participation in the prestigious ECOC 2023 (European Conference on Optical Communication) and associated exhibition. ECOC is recognized as one of the most important events in the field of optical communication, providing a platform for industry leaders, researchers and professionals to explore the latest advances in fiber optics and photonics.

As a pioneering company in the field of integrated photonics, PolyPhotonics Berlin is poised to make a significant contribution at ECOC 2023. The company’s relentless pursuit of innovation and commitment to pushing the boundaries of optical communications have made it a key player in the industry.

At the show, the PolyPhotonics Berlin booth will showcase an impressive range of innovative integrated photonic solutions. From high-speed data transmission to advanced optical networks, visitors will have the opportunity to see first-hand the transformative potential of the company’s technologies. Through interactive demonstrations and engaging presentations, PolyPhotonics Berlin aims to share its expertise, inspire visitors and foster collaboration with like-minded professionals.

In addition to the exhibition, ECOC 2023 offers a comprehensive conference program that brings together leading researchers, engineers and industry experts. Conference sessions will cover a wide range of topics, including optical communication systems, fiber optics technology, network architectures and emerging trends in photonics. Attendees can look forward to stimulating keynote speeches, paper presentations and panel discussions that explore the latest research and developments in the field.

ECOC is known for its networking opportunities that allow attendees to connect with peers, share knowledge and explore potential collaborations. The event attracts a wide range of attendees, including academics, industry professionals, and government representatives, fostering a vibrant and inclusive environment for learning and engagement.

PolyPhotonics Berlin’s presence at ECOC 2023 underscores the company’s commitment to advancing optical communications and pushing the boundaries of integrated photonics. By actively participating in the exhibition and conference, the company aims to contribute to the collective knowledge, gain insights from industry leaders, and form valuable partnerships that can shape the future of the industry.

Visitors to ECOC 2023 are highly encouraged to visit the PolyPhotonics Berlin booth. It offers a unique opportunity to explore the latest advances in integrated photonics and discover how these technologies can transform the world of optical communications. With its spirit of innovation and commitment to excellence, PolyPhotonics Berlin is poised to make a lasting impression at ECOC 2023 and propel the industry into a new era of optical communications.

We look forward to welcoming all participants:and visitors:to the event.

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Review of ECOC 2021

Review of ECOC 2021

Last month the association PolyPhotonics Berlin presented its latest innovations and the new project PolyChrome Berlin at the ECOC. Here are some impressions from the booth of the PolyPhotonics Berlin e.V. association.

Workshop Program of the Photonics Days

Workshop Program of the Photonics Days

Workshop 05.10.2021, 15:00-18:00

“PolyPhotonics Berlin, innovating hybrid photonic integration platforms for sensing”






PolyPhotonics e.V. 

Dr. Arne Schleunitz

Crispin Zawadzki


Projektträger Jülich

Dr. Stefan Schründer

The RUBIN programme within the BMBF funding initiative “Innovation and structural change”

Berlin Partner

Gerrit Rössler

PolyChrome – A photonics lighthouse initiative for the Berlin cluster development policy


Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute

Crispin Zawadzki

Hybrid Photonic Integration Platform


Dr. André Richter

Simulate and characterize your hybrid PIC design

ADVA Optical Networking

Mirko Lawin

Rapid Precision Fiber Sensing

micro resist technology

Dr. Jan Jasper Klein

Advanced polymer materials for PolyBoard technology

eagleyard Photonics

Joerg Muchametow

Multi lambda source for multiple applications


Dr. Mandy Grube

Resist compositions for the fabrication of optical waveguide materials over a wide spectral range

Laser Zentrum Hannover

Anna Karoline Rüsseler

Miniaturized thin-film filters

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors

Dr. Hubert Halbritter

Semiconductor Laser in Photonic Applications

Chembio Diagnostics

Volker Plickert

Novel POCT Devices

Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology

Dr. Marcus Menger

Aptamers as specific molecular recognitions elements in biosensors


Dr. Wilfried Weigel

Biofunctionalisation of Biosensors


Dr. Christoph v. Kopylow

Automated Massproduction on a flexible Manufacturing Platform for different Applications


PolyPhotonics Berlin e.V.

Dr. Arne Schleunitz
Crispin Zawadzki

Closing remarks