European Optical Society (EOS)
1991-05-24 The Hague Netherlands
Founded 24 May 1991, The Hague (Netherlands), by the Optics Division of D-XD0834 - European Physical Society (EPS) - which had been independent of EOS up to 1984 as U-XU2514 - European Optical Committee (EOC) - replacing H-XD1011 - European Federation of Applied Optics (EUROPTICA) and part of the Optics Division, the optical physics part of that Division then coming within the Quantum Electronics Division of EPS. Registered in accordance with French law.
Contribute to the progress of optics and related sciences; promote their applications in Europe and worldwide, by bringing together individual persons and legal bodies involved in these disciplines and their applications; promote optics in cooperation with industry and research; approach essential optics-related matters; establish an open coordination of international conferences in Europe.
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