Conference Sponsorship Opportunity

Sponsor our event and give your organization the opportunity to connect with scientists from around the globe. This exciting opportunity will increase your brand exposure and allow valuable interaction with present and potential customers.

Choose from our sponsorship options of exhibition booth, oral presentation, or poster presentation to fit your company's marketing goal. To become a sponsor please download the application form and return it to us before 30th November, 2018.

Sponsorship application form:
APC2018 sponsorship guideline.docx

Andor Technology (Part of the Oxford Instruments Group) is a global leader in the development and manufacturing of high performance scientific imaging cameras and spectroscopy solutions. Andor Technology can provide a wide range of cameras with emerging camera technologies, including Electron Multiplying CCD (EMCCD) cameras, Scientific CMOS (SCMOS) cameras and deep cooled CCD cameras. These imaging technologies combining extremely high photon conversion efficiency with low noise detection limit. Furthermore, Andor Technology spectroscopy system features revolutionary, intelligent and modular spectroscopy platforms contribute to a wide range of applications such as high sensitivity spectroscopy measurement, raman spectroscopy, photoluminescence, transient spectroscopy and microspectroscopy.
Lastly, Andor Technology look to share our expertise to develop the best solutions for your light measuring problems, distributing our products to a customer base encompassing both the scientific research & industrial communities.
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Coherent was founded in May of 1966. As it was for most companies starting out in the mid-60’s, the company’s start was modest. With limited financial resources, Coherent established its headquarters in the Palo Alto, CA home of one of its founders. At that time, the most pressing need was for a 220-volt power outlet, which forced Coherent’s brain trust to build their first laser in a laundry room. In the summer of 1966, next to a washer and dryer, and using a piece of rain gutter as a key component, Coherent’s founders began building their first laser. Four months later, Coherent unveiled the very first CO2 commercially available laser.
Today, Coherent is one of the world’s leading photonics manufacturers and innovators. With headquarters in the heart of Silicon Valley, California, and offices spanning the globe, Coherent offers a unique and distinct product portfolio that touches many different markets and industries.  
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Founded in 1979 by Mr. Edward Hwang, SuperbIN headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, with subsidiaries in Tainan (Taiwan).  With the aim of supplying various types of lasers and E/O equipment for scientific and industrial users, we are the exclusive representative of:
Ekspla Ltd.
Laser Quantum
LaVision GmbH
LightMachinery Inc.
M Square Laser
Radiant Dyes Laser
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Friend of Life
We produce the first-class Fluorescent Nanodiamonds. 
We sell Fluorescent Nanodiamonds all around the world.
FND Biotech, Inc. was established in Taiwan in 2016 for the purpose of further development of Fluorescent Nanodiamond (FND)-enabled biotechnologies.
  • FND Biotech, Inc. is the only company received the exclusive technology transfer of Fluorescent Nanodiamonds (FNDs) patented by Dr. Huan-Cheng Chang (US 8168413 B2 Luminescent diamond particles).
  • FND Biotech, Inc. has built a fully-integrated and talented research and development (R&D) group, providing solutions and strategies that capitalize on the group members' extensive expertise in Fluorescent Nanodiamond (FND)-based technologies to help our users succeed.
  • With patents on Fluorescent Nanodiamond (FND)-based technologies, we possess strong intellectual property rights, innovation, and technical know-how in the field. The current production line includes innovative and high-quality products of Fluorescent Nanodiamonds.

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For over 45 years, Edinburgh Instruments has been a global leader in the research, development and manufacturing of state-of-the-art photoluminescence instrumentation, including Fluorescence Spectrometers, Laser Flash Photolysis Spectrometers, Picosecond Laser and LED Sources and Gas Laser Systems (CO2, THz).
Edinburgh Instruments designs and manufactures spectroscopic systems for measuring:
- Fluorescence
- Phosphorescence Lifetimes via Multi-Channel Scaling (MCS)
- Fluorescence Lifetimes via Time Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC)
- Nanosecond Transient Absorption
As well as market leading expertise, analysis and reporting in a variety of related measurements and accessories, such as quantum yields, anisotropy, mapping, temperature scans, microscopy, stopped flow and more.
With affordable, reliable and high-quality instrumentation, and unparalleled customer support all over the world, Edinburgh Instruments are the experts in fluorescence.
With all our products developed and manufactured in the UK, we pride ourselves on being able to meet the most demanding technical requirements with modular systems designed to evolve with your research.
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Hamamatsu Photonics products and technology include optical sensors, light sources, and systems that use these components. They are applied to various new technologies and application to support people’s lives and achieve a more comfortable and prosperous society. For example, our products are widely used for the state-of-the-art medical equipment, test and inspection systems, microscopes that reveal the functions of cell, and giant telescopes that explore the mysteries of the universe.
Hamamatsu Photonics exhibits Quantaurus-Plus applicable to the opticalmeasurement of materials for light sources.
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UNISOKU started in 1974 as Union Sokki Co., Ltd., as a manufacturer of sold polarimeter and light scattering measurement system. In 1981, we changed company name to UNISOKU, and developed stopped-flow, laser optical instruments and scanning tunneling microscope then started those sales. Thereafter, UNISOKU has continuously presented measurement instruments centering on optical measurement technology and Nanotechnology to respond to niche needs of scientific research.
Optical Instrument Division is actively developin spectroscopy-related instruments and accessorie. One of the products, CoolSpeK, is a unique cryostat, which is now being used in many laboratories all over the world. Very recently, we launched to sell a brand-new transient absorption spectrophotometer, picoTAS, based on an originally developed novel technique, RIPT method, which was highlighted in Science and Nature Photonics. We are always struggling to develop original methods and systems and will continue to provide scientific instruments that scientists in cutting edge truly desire.

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Introduction of TIGP-MST Program:
To keep up with the pace of today’s fast evolving scientific and technological world and to promote the internationalization of higher education in Taiwan, Academia Sinica established the Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP) in 2002, in collaboration with a consortium of key national research universities. The interdisciplinary Ph.D. programs offered by TIGP are designed to provide advanced scientific training and research environments for those who wish to do advanced research, to think critically and to experience a mature international academic setting.
The Molecular Science and Technology (MST) Program is an excellent research-intensive, interdisciplinary PhD program sponsored by the Institute of Atomic and Molecular Science (IAMS) of Academia Sinica in cooperation with three major research universities in Taiwan: National Taiwan University (NTU), National Tsing-Hua University (NTHU) and National Central University (NCU). The program has more than 70 active faculty members and researchers with broad expertise covering the following research fields: chemical dynamics and molecular spectroscopy, advanced and functional materials, nanomaterials and nanodevices, biomolecular structures and dynamics, ultrafast laser and high-field technology, light-matter interactions and optical controls, and theoretical/computational chemistry.
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