ASPE/ASPEN Summer Topical Meeting
Manufacture and Metrology of Freeform and Off-Axis Aspheric Surfaces
Thursday – Friday, June 26 – 27, 2014
The Fairmont Orchid
1 North Kaniku Drive
Kohala Coast, Hawaii 96743
W. B. Lee, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Jeffrey W. Roblee, AMETEK - Precitech, Inc.
Daniel C. Thompson, Praecis, Inc.
Benny C. F. Cheung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Christopher J. Evans, University of North Carolina – Charlotte
K. C. Fan, National Taiwan University
Fenzhou Fang, Tianjin University
Kiyoshi Takamasu, The University of Tokyo
Seung-Han Yang, Kyungpook National University
Allen Y. Yi, The Ohio State University
William Zhang, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
The joint ASPE (American Society for Precision Engineering)/ASPEN (Asian Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology) Summer Topical Meeting on the Manufacture and Metrology of Freeform and Off-Axis Aspheric Surfaces was held at The Fairmont Orchid Hotel on the beautiful Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. From volcanoes to snow-capped mountains to beaches and to rainforests the Big Island has something to offer everyone.
The ASPE/ASPEN joint Meeting is designed to focus industry, academic and governmental interest and expertise on the advancement of technologies essential to the manufacture of freeform and off-axis aspheric surfaces. The Meeting was held in conjunction with The Optical Society (OSA) Optical Fabrication and Testing (OF&T) Topical Meeting and Classical Optics Congress, held at the same location in the days preceding the joint ASPE/ASPEN Topical Meeting.
As well as a series of oral and poster paper presentations, the Meeting offered frequent breaks, lunch hours, a hospitality time during the afternoon poster session and a Lu’au on Thursday evening to give participants ample opportunities to encourage the free exchange of ideas, knowledge and accomplishments in a relaxing environment.
We enjoyed seeing you on the “Big Island” of Hawaii.