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Congressman Patrick Murphy visits Jenoptik and witnesses quality jobs the photonic industry is creating in Florida

(Jupiter, FL) – Representative Patrick Murphy visited Jenoptik today and witnessed first-hand the impact of the photonics industry in his district. On display were the world class optical systems produced by Jenoptik and the infrastructure required to design and manufacture these products. The congressman also took time to meet with employees, answer questions and discuss his concern for a sensible tax code that promotes business growth and allows for the investments to fuel job creation.


Ying Zhao joins Jenoptik

Jenoptik Optical Systems is pleased to welcome Ying Zhao as Business Development Manager.

Zhao brings an extensive background and expertise in optical systems, imaging systems and bioanalytical instrumentation for the healthcare and life science markets. Before joining Jenoptik, she contributed in sales, marketing and product management positions at Thorlabs, Newport, Alpha Technics and AOT.


JENOPTIK Optical Systems Partners With Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity PBC in partnership with Seminole Ridge High School Construction Academy is celebrating their 171st home dedication. The ceremony will take place in Lake Worth Thursday, February 27th.  JENOPTIK was one of the corporate sponsors for this build.


Jenoptik sponsoring entrepreneurial challenge at Photonics West

This year eight entrepreneurial finalists will present three-minute pitches to a panel of judges live in front of an audience at Photonics West 2014 during the SPIE Startup Challenge. At stake is their share of $17,500 cash prize and more importantly a week long entrepreneurial boot camp with professionals to assist them in further refining their ideas.

"We are pleased again to sponsor the SPIE Startup Challenge," said Jay Kumler, President of Jenoptik Optical Systems. "This event is a lot of fun and allows us to promote entrepreneurship within our industry and within our company. For the participants, it's opportunity to hone their investor pitch.   For the audience, it's a mix of interesting technology with a hint of your favorite reality TV challenge."


Jenoptik collaboration recognized with “Editor’s Choice” at 2013 R&D 100 Awards

In a collaborative effort with Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), Jenoptik Optical Systems has contributed to a special-purpose, fixed-focus lens for a digital X-ray imager, MiniMAX. The invention has been recognized with a 2013 R&D 100 award.


Matt Falanga Joins Jenoptik Optical Systems

Jenoptik Optical Systems is pleased to welcome Matt Falanga to our optical engineering team in Jupiter, FL.

Matt has prior experience from Johnson and Johnson Vision Care, Draper Laboratory, and Clear Align in product development and testing. He will split responsibilities between the lab and design desk specializing in testing and optical tolerancing.

Matt graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science, Optics/Optical Sciences. At UCF, he was a graduate research assistant in the Nanophotonic Device Group and is a member of Tau Beta Pi and the IEEE Photonics Society.


New Vice President for Jenoptik’s Lasers Business Unit in North America

Jenoptik’s Lasers & Material Processing division appoints Stephen Hypsh to the post of the Vice President of the Lasers Business Unit in the USA & North America.

Stephen Hypsh has more than 15 years of experience and excellent knowledge of the laser sector, mainly in the USA and North America. Before he began working for Jenoptik, he held various executive positions in the industry. Most  recently, he used to be responsible for the business development at Raydiance – a manufacturer of femtosecond lasers. Moreover, one of his previous positions was that of a Sales Manager at Trumpf Lasers in North America.


Tolis Deslis is honored as a SPIE Senior Member

SPIE has named Tolis Deslis, Engineering Manager at Jenoptik Optical Systems, a Senior Member. Tolis will be recognized in San Diego this week at the SPIE Optics and Photonics Conference along with the other recipients.

Senior Members are recognized by the Society for their professional experience, their active involvement with the optics community and SPIE, or significant performance that sets them apart from their peers.

Annually the Membership Committee recommends a class of members for recognition as Senior Members. Criteria include 5 years of SPIE membership along with 10 years of professional experience. Accomplishments considered include product engineering and development, patents, publishing of journal articles or textbooks. Service to SPIE, the industrial community, government or educational community is also considered.

A complete listing of the 2012 honorees including links to the recipient’s profile of technical publications and SPIE involvement on the SPIE announcement webpage.


Jenoptik Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary (1991-2011)

The employees of JENOPTIK Optical Systems, Inc. held celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the founding of Jenoptik at each of US locations this summer.  These celebrations followed the formal event held in Jena, Germany  July 2nd. The local anniversary celebrations provided a time to reflect on the dedication and accomplishments, technical and commercial, of Jenoptik employees worldwide since 1991.


Jenoptik to participate in UCF SPIE Symposium

JENOPTIK's Jay Kumler will participate as a speaker at the SPIE Symposium 2011 at the University of Central Florida.  The symposium is sponsored by the universitie's SPIE student chapter and takes place May 20th, 2011.

Jay's talk is titled "Challenges for the North American Optics Industry". He will also particpate in the panel dicussion “life after grad school”  which focuses on the three most common transitions after grad school - to a career in industry, to a career in academia and research labs, and to entrepreneurship and start-ups.


Jay Kumler is honored as a SPIE Fellow

SPIE has announced 67 new SPIE Fellows and Jay Kumler, President of Jenoptik Optical Systems, Inc., has been honored in the 2011 class.

The Honor

Fellows are selected by the SPIE Board of Directors, and candidates must distinguish themselves in three areas including: technical accomplishment, service to the general optical community and service to SPIE. The electing body cited "achievements in optical design and fabrication" in electing Jay a SPIE Fellow (SPIE's full press release can be downloaded here).

Since 1955, the Society has named more than 800 SPIE members as Fellows.  Join us in congratulating Jay and the rest of the 2011 honorees. The complete list of 2011 honorees is at SPIE.org.

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