The lecture by Dr.-Ing Oltmann Riemer forms the second date of the still young digital event series "Leibniz-IWT live". Here, experienced employees of Leibniz-IWT report on their current research activities. The event takes place up to four times a year and participation is free of charge for all interested parties.
The new lecture series is aimed at all interested parties from science and practice, regardless of whether they already know the IWT or would like to get to know it. Each event is divided into a 30-minute lecture and a 30-minute discussion with the participants. The lectures cover a wide range of topics and projects and show the breadth of materials-oriented research.
On 30.09, Dr.-Ing. Oltmann Riemer will talk about the functionalisation of optical surfaces through machining:
Today, optical components are often the key components in products ranging from high-end applications to the consumer sector. In addition to continuous optical surfaces, structured surfaces enable an immense increase in function, whereby the production of such components can be carried out directly or indirectly by ultra-precise machining such as diamond machining. In addition to the fields of application, the lecture will show typical processes for the production of micro- and macro-structured optics by diamond turning and milling, including the application of highly dynamic tool-servo concepts.