Special Interest Group Meeting : Structured & Freeform Surfaces
27th – 29th November 2018

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Special Interest Group Meeting: Structured & Freeform Surfaces
27th – 29th November 2018, École Normale Supérieure
Paris-Saclay, Cachan, FR

Tuesday 27th November 2018 (morning)

Workshop – EMPIR project
09:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-11:10 Introduction to the FreeFORM project; Dr. Habil. Hichem Nouira, LNE, France

Algorithm for fitting of the conic section surface in unknown orientation; Mr. Křen, CMI, Czech

Adoption of novel accurate min-max methods for aspheres and Freeforms; Mr. Arezki, LNE – ENS Paris Saclay, France

Advances in freeform metrology with the Tilted Wave Interferometer; Dr. Schachtschneider, PTB, Germany

11:10-11:30 Coffee break
11:30-13:00 Simulation based Non-Null Interferometer optimization; Mr. Pruss, ITO, Germany

Optical profilometer for measurement of freeform samples; Dr. Heikkinen, VTT, Finland

Thermal, mechanical and optical properties, bulk and surface characteristics of thermo-invariant metrological reference surface materials; Dr. Aksulu, TUBITAK, Turquie

Calibration of transfer function in coherence scanning interferometry; Dr. Rong Su UNOTT, United Kingdom

Holographic measurement of shape of diffusivelly reflecting surfaces, Dr. Pavel Psota, IPP_TOPTEC

13:00 Closing remarks

Tuesday 27th November 2018 (afternoon)

Tutorial – Analysis of complex surfaces with Mountains® 8.0 by François Blateyron, Digital Surf

Description: Exploration of specific tools of MountainsMap® for the analysis of structured surfaces and freeform surfaces, with the first preview of new tools from the forthcoming new version 8. Special focus will be put on the automatic detection and characterization of periodical features and on the challenges raised by complex surfaces compared to classical surfaces. With a discussion on the future of surface texture on freeform surfaces.

13:00-13:30 Registration
13:30-15:00 Presentations / Product applications
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-17:00 Presentations
17:00 Closing comments

Wednesday 28th November 2018

08:00-09:00 Registration and arrival refreshments
09:00-09:10 Welcome: Prof. Richard Leach, Meeting Chair

Welcome: Prof. Nabil Anwer, Meeting Chair / Local hosts (ENS Paris-Saclay)

09:15-09:45 Meeting Keynote: Prof. Feng Zhou Fang, UCD, IRL
09:45-11:10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session 1: Replication Techniques (inc. Embossing, Imprinting)

Chair: Guido Tosello

SOTA: Functional Surfaces : Methods and Materials for Nano and Micro Structuring on Large Scale
Dr. Matthias Worgull, KIT, DE

Surface structuring of 3D metal microparts and microstructured molds by means of nanosphere lithography
Nicolas Blondiaux, CSEM SA, CH

In-line monitoring of micro structured surface replication in micro-injection moulding
Guido Tosello, Technical University of Denmark, DK

Replication of laser structured surfaces using ultrasonic micro-injection moulding
Mert Gulcur, University of Bradford, UK

11:10-11:35 Coffee in exhibition area
11:35-12:45

 

 

 

 

 

Session 2 : Structured Surfaces to Affect Function I

Chair: Oltmann Riemer

SOTA:The additive surface: random or deterministic?
Dr Adam Thompson, University of Nottingham, UK

Modelling of Micro Contact and Friction for dry micro sheet metal forming applications
Florian Böhmermann , IWT Leibniz Institute for Materials Engineering, LFM Laboratory for Precision Machining, DE

Diamond Machining of a Blaze Grating on a Curved Substrate for VIS Applications
Ralf Steinkopf , Fraunhofer IOF, DE

12:45-13:00 Commercial Presentation
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 Meeting Keynote: Prof Maxence Bigerelle,  Université de Valenciennes, France
 

14:30-14:55

14:55-15:15

Session 3: Precision Freeform Surfaces

Chair: Charyar Mehdi-Souzani

SOTA – Dr. Michael Schulz, PTB (FreeFORM project)

Fabrication of high precision aluminum alloy freeform mirrors with combined polishing process
Xiaoqiang Peng, Researcher, National University of Defense Technology, CN

15:15-15:30 Coffee in exhibition area
15:30-15:50

15:50-16:10

Strategies for the interferometric evaluation of aspherical and freeform optics
Peter de Groot , Zygo Corporation, US

Process design for structuring freeform surfaces by replication and distortion of partial sections of the NC program
Alexander Meijer , Institute of Machining Technology, TU Dortmund University, DE

16:10-16:30 Transport to LNE Labs
16:30-18:30 Tour of LNE Labs

Transport to Dinner

19:00-21:45 Pre-dinner drinks at 19:00

Sit down to dinner at 19:30

21:45-22:15 Return transport

Thursday 29th November 2018

08:30-09:00 Arrival coffee
09:00-09:30 Meeting Keynote: Tobias Binkele, Institute of Microelectronics, Micromechanics and Microoptics of Prof. F. Fleischmann, Univ. Bremen, Germany
09:30-10:10 Session 4: Structured Surfaces to Affect Function II 

Chair : Nabil Anwer

Challenges of high slopes and complex features in the metrology of structured and freeform surfaces
Richard Leach , University of Nottingham, UK

Fast Tool Servo diamond machining of structured freeform
Ann-Katrin Holthusen , Laboratory for Precision Machining LFM, DE

10:10-11:15 Poster Session with Coffee and Networking

P1.01 Stereo deflectometry imaging system optimisation for high accurate surface form measurement
Feng Gao, University of Huddersfield, UK

P1.02 Freeform metrology using high resolution, accurate Subaperture Stitching Interferometry
M. Jean Pierre Lormeau , QED Technologies International Inc. US

P1.04 Conceptual design for the architecture of  multiaxial wide range nanopositioning machines for freeform measuring and fabrication purposes
Ralf Schienbein, Technische Universität Ilmenau, DE

P1.05 Self-localization manufacturing of freeform mirror in magnetorheological finishing
Hao Hu, National University of Defense Technology, CN

P1.06 DLP Printing of micro-structures for quick responde code applications
Francesco Regi, Technical University of Denmark, DK

P1.07 Influences of micro-ridges orientation and density on the replication of micro-structured surfaces
Martin Kain, Technical University of Denmark, DK

P1.08 Direct manufacturing of μm structured surfaces by vat photopolymerization method
Ali Davoudinejad, Technical University of Denmark, DK

P1.10 Micro surface structuring mimicked jewel beetle’s elytron
Yuki Nagatomi, Kyoto Institute of Technology, JP

P1.11 On the effect of machining strategy in micro milling of tool steel surface micro features with optical functionality
Dongya Li, Technical University of Denmark, DK

P1.12 Simulations for a TWI freeform measurement system
Reyko Schachtschneider, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, DE

P1.13 Structural “decoration” of plastic products replicated from nanoimprinted steel inserts
Dario Loaldi, Technical University of Denmark, DK

P1.14 Evaluation of injection pressure as a process fingerprint for Injection and Injection Compression Molding of micro structured optical components
Dario Loaldi, Technical University of Denmark, DK

P1.15 Principles for the integration of various nanolithography techniques into a new 5 DOF wide range positioning system
Florian Fern, TU Ilmenau, DE

P1.16 High speed optical metrology of linear surface gratings
Robert Hornby, National Physical Laboratory UK

P1.17 Precision Freeform optics for MicroCarb mission
Roland Geyl Safran Reosc, FR

P1.18 DirectDrive3D – Increase of productivity AND precision
Simon Freutel, Innolite GmbH, DE

P1.19 Quality assurance in injection moulding of a micro structured component based on product and process fingerprints
Nikolaos Giannekas, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), DK

P1.20 Imaging beyond the fundamental slope limit in surface metrology using fluorophore-aided scattering microscopy
Rong Su, University of Nottingham, UK

P1.21 High-precision freeform generation by plasma based manufacturing technology
Thomas Arnold Leibniz-Institut für Oberflächenmodifizierung, DE

P1.22 A novel virtual simulation system for milling process
Zhen Tong, University of Huddersfield, UK

P1.23 Etching of optical surfaces using atmospheric pressure Surface Wave Launched Microwave Induced Plasma technology
Adam Bennett, Cranfield University, UK

P1.24 Integration of interferometric on-machine measurement in process investigation of diamond turned microstructured rollers
Duo Li , University of Huddersfield, UK

P1.25 Dimensional Accuracy and Repeatability of Mould Inserts Manufactured by Mask Projection Vat-Photopolymerisation
J.G. Bertelsen, S. Thorn, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

11:15-12:15 Session 5: Structured Surfaces to Affect Function III 

Chair : Oltmann Riemer

Multifunctional integrated optical elements for miniaturization of diffractive optical systems
Stefan Kühne , Institute for Machine Tools and Factory Management IWF, Technische Universität Berlin, DE

 Machining and replication of micro-structures on curved substrates for quick response code applications
Francesco Regi , Technical University of Denmark, DK

Friction reduction in heavy duty cylinder liners by machined micro dimples
Christopher Schmidt, Institute of Production Engineering and Machine Tools, Hannover, DE

12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:50 Session 6: Surfaces for Nano Manufacturing and their Metrology

Chair : Richard Leach

A general toolkit for the characterisation of MEMs surface
Wenhan Zeng, University of Huddersfield, UK

Ultra-precision processing of optical aluminum surfaces with reactive subaperture ion beam techniques
Melanie Ulitschka, Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering (IOM), DE

Nanostructuring of complex surface presented on 3D printed im-plants and lenses
Michael Haslinger, Profactor GmbH, DE

In-process metrology using structured surfaces
Daniel O’Connor , National Physical Laboratory, UK

14:50-15:00 Closing remarks: Prof. Richard Leach, Meeting Chair
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