International Conference

 

FLAIR 2011 - Field Laser Applications in Industry and Research

   

September 13-17, 2011  -  Conference Center, Murnau, Germany

FLAIR  :  ['flar, 'fler] Etymology: French, literally, sense of smell, from Late Latin flagrare

1 : a uniquely attractive quality : STYLE   

2 : a skill or instinctive ability to appreciate or make good use of something : TALENT  

(Sense of "special aptitude", perhaps from notion of a hound's ability to track scent. )

FLAIR conferences provide a platform for Field Laser Applications in Industry and Research. The venue moves back and forth from the ambience of Tuscany to the Bavarian mountains, from the Medici to Ludwig II, from Galileo Galilei to Joseph Fraunhofer, from wine grapes to barley malt and hops.

 

FLAIR presents State-of-the-art Lasers, Components, Software and Systems, which are used for diagnostic purposes in Applied Spectroscopy, Stable Isotope Ratio Measurements, Environmental Research, Medicine, Life Sciences and Agriculture, Plasma and Combustion, Atmospheric Research and in Industrial Applications. Poster sessions together with an exhibition provide the platform for information exchange between representatives from Research & Development  Laboratories, Industry and Users.