As imaging lenses for machine vision become used in ever more demanding and unforgiving environments, the number of types of ruggedization for applications within specialized environments continues to increase. Athermalization is a ruggedization for applications in extreme or changing temperatures.
Join us for a 30-minute webinar presented by Edmund Optics' experts Nick Sischka and Boris Lange to learn about how athermalization protects imaging lenses from extreme temperature environments.
At the conclusion of the webinar, participants will have a strong understanding of:
Dr. Boris Lange, Manager for Edmund Optics’ Imaging Business Line for Europe. Since joining the company in 2015, Boris has been supporting European customers with technical guidance and application support for Imaging and Machine Vision systems and was actively involved in forming a dedicated European Imaging Team. His previous experience includes developing VIS, NIR, and Raman spectrometers at Polytec. Boris holds a PhD in physics from Mainz University and GSI Helmholtzzentrum for Heavy-Ion Research. His thesis examined coherent EUV light sources generated by high-energy lasers.
Nick Sischka is a Manager of Sales Operations at Edmund Optics' Barrington, NJ, USA office. Specializing in optics for vision systems, Nicholas supports imaging and machine vision customers with application knowledge and design assistance for modification or customization requirements. He has successfully trained EO’s global vision partners on the specifics of how optics interface with cameras and lighting. Additionally, Nick was recently elected as the next A3 (the Association for Advancing Automation) NextGen Vice Chair. He holds a B.S. in Optical Sciences and Engineering from the University of Arizona, College of Optical Sciences.