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Exhibitor Prospectus4,600 Attendees / 55 Countries / 3 Days / 1 Event That Delivers TopDecision Makers in the Global Scientific Opto-Electronics MarketCLEO: EXPO 15 –17 May 2018 San Jose Convention Center San Jose, California, USALook Inside and see NEW exhibitor benefits developed by the industry for the industry!cleoconference.org/exhibit

CLEO:2018A NEW EXHIBITION EXPERIENCESEE WHAT CLEO:2018 CAN DO FOR YOUR BUSINESS!What’s New for Exhibitors This YearThese new initiatives are being added to increase conference traffic to your booth: NEW! Matchmaking/Hosted Buyer Program: Our new matchmakingsystem lets you identify potential customers, request and then schedulemeetings. So you arrive at CLEO with a plan! This is the most effective wayto do business without traveling worldwide. NEW! Technical Sessions in the Exhibit Hall: CLEO will have two ExhibitHall theaters hosting applications focused technical sessions. This willmaximize attendee traffic in the hall. NEW! Compressed Exhibit Hours: You asked, and we’ve listened. We’vedecreased the overall exhibit time you need to spend in your booth, givingyou more time for private meetings with your customers. NEW! Daily Attendee Luncheons in the Exhibit Hall: You’ll have moreexclusive time with CLEO buyers during these lunch events. NEW! 2 Show Floor Business Programming & Networking Theaters:With the addition of a second show floor theater this year, CLEO will hostmore timely talks on the latest optics and photonics business trends. PLUS! Access to More Applications & Technology Programming &Topical Reviews: CLEO’s applications-focused program track featurespresentations by leaders in their fields highlighting how photonicsresearch is transitioning into applications and products and enablingimportant advances. Expanded applications programming in 2018 willdraw more buyers, and each exhibit booth comes with 1 free technicalregistration badge.REACHING THE RIGHT AUDIENCEIS KEY TO YOUR SUCCESSGrow Your Business at CLEO:2018Optics enabled markets produce 78 trillion annually. Exhibit at CLEO to capturea piece of that business. New industry offerings make this event a magnetfor executives throughout the buying channel. Exhibitors will have extensive,targeted opportunities for exposure and in-depth interaction with key prospectsand customers. These high-level buyers are looking to you—the leading productexperts, manufacturers and service providers—for the most innovative, costeffective solutions to support their missions.Join 200 exhibitors, theinnovators who understandthe value of face-toface marketing and havepositioned themselves inthis lucrative marketplace.This is the place whereproducts are launched,business gets done andYOUR company prospers!MARKETSEIGHT VERTICALAEROSPACE/DEFENSEASTRONOMYCLEO has become indispensable for Ibsen Photonics as the premierlaser event of the year. It is a unique opportunity to meet with somany key contacts and learn where technology and industry isheaded, in a focused and engaged environment.Kristian J. Buchwald,VP Grating Business Unit,Ibsen Photonics A/S2 1.202.416.1988 cleosales@osa.org cleoconference.org55HIGH QUALITYBUYERS DRIVE SALESCOMMUNICATIONSENERGYFUNDAMENTAL 600 TOP-NOTCHATTENDEES1,434 INTERNATIONAL BUYERS74%BIOMEDICALCOUNTRIESREPRESENTEDOF CLEO ATTENDEESPLAY A PART INTHE PURCHASINGPROCESS AT THEIRORGANIZATIONS61.5AVERAGELEADSPER EXHIBITOREXHIBITORS PLAN TO EXHIBIT AGAINCLEO: EXPO 15 –17 May 2018 San Jose Convention Center San Jose, California, USA3

GROW AND EXPANDYOUR BUSINESSEngaged and active buyers at CLEO are lookingto fill a wide range of needs and they have theauthority to make purchasing decisions.TOP ORGANIZATIONS & COMPANIES EXPECTED AT CLEO:Drive New Business in Key Industries:Industrial and Scientific Lasers Laser Diodes Materials,Marking & Modification Laser Processing Equipment Opto-Electronic Components OptomechanicalComponents and Devices Optical Glass OpticalCrystals Software for Optical Design Fiber Optics TestEquipment Visible and Infrared Cameras Sensors andDetectors Spectroscopic Devices Government FundingAgencies Academia Contract Manufacturers OEMs System Integrators Investment/Venture CapitalWhat Buyers Want — Product Areas Include:Active Optical Components Custom Component Fabrication ElectronicComponents Fiber Optic Components Fiber Optic Systems/Networks- Data & Telecommunications Fiber Optic Systems/Networks – Other Holography Imaging & Sensing Equipment Infrared Sources, Detectors,Systems Laboratory Equipment Laser Machining Laser MicroprocessingServices Lasers, Laser Accessories, Laser Systems Lasers, High Power Lasers, Femtosecond Pulse Lasers, Comb Light Sources (Incoherent) Materials Medical Devices Micro-manipulators/Positioners - ManufacturingEquipment Modulators Optical Fabrication Equipment Optical Fiber/Cable Optoelectronic Components Passive Components (Lenses, Filters,Multiplexers, Isolators, Coatings) Plastic Optics Power Supplies PrecisionPolishing & Grinding Systems Publications Semiconductor Chillers Semiconductor Lasers & Detectors Software Spectroscopic Devices Switches & Cross-connects Test & Measurement Equipment Thin FilmMaterials Vacuum, Cooling & Gas Handling Equipment Vibration IsolationSystems/Optical Tables WDM Components & SystemsNational Aeronauticsand Space AdministrationCLEO is a full spectrumexhibition in that itconsistently providesqualified sales leads,product feedback,new product ideas,and information aboutthe applications thatour products arebeing used in. Hencethe CLEO exhibit isan important partof Thorlabs’ overallmarketing and salesplan.Tyler Morgus,ThorlabsJob Functions Include:C-Level Executive Management – CEO, CTO, CFO, CIO Purchasing Manager Design Engineer/Product Development Manager Systems Developer Test & Measurement Engineer Researcher Scientist Educator Sales &Marketing Professional4 1.202.416.1988 cleosales@osa.org cleoconference.orgCLEO: EXPO 15 –17 May 2018 San Jose Convention Center San Jose, California, USA5

EXHIBIT AT THE SHOW THATDELIVERS QUALITY LEADS AND RESULTSThere are many ways in which you can optimize your presenceat CLEO. With options ranging from traditional booth space tocustomized sponsorships, a solution can be created for you tocapture your audience and brand your organization.Exhibit Rates 30 per sqf or 3,000 per 100 sqf (approximately 9 sqm)Tabletop display options are available — call for detailsSECURE EXHIBIT SPACE NOW– HERE’S HOWHow to Secure Your Exhibit — It’s Simple!1. Visit cleoconference.org/exhibit.2. View the most current floorplan.3. Determine the desired size and locationof your booth.4. Review the rules and regulations.5. Complete and email the signed exhibitspace contract to cleosales@osa.org.What’s Included? Raw 10’ x 10’ exhibit space (approximately 9 sqm) with backand side drapeCompany Identification Sign1 Complimentary Technical Registration per every 100 sqf ofrented exhibit space (valued up to 1,140)Unlimited exhibit personnel registrations for staff to work yourboothUnlimited Exhibits Pass Plus badges to distribute to yourcustomers and prospectsComplimentary customized HTML e-mail promotionsavailable to send to your client list through a third party1 copy of technical programUnlimited number of free additional division or subsidiarycompany listings*Company profile and link on eventweb site*Company profile listing onlineand in the conference app*Opportunity to participatein the free Tech Playgroundprogram, where attendeeswin prizes for visiting selectexhibits!* pending date of signed contractBrian Samoriski,Ph.D., President,Bristol Instruments, Inc.Contact UsCLEO Sales Team: 1.202.416.1988 cleosales@osa.org200 2017China Sales Office: 86.755.2583.4722 info@cleoexpo.comJapan Sales Office: 81.3.3269.3550 s shiba@optronics.co.jpEXHIBITORS6I consider CLEOto be the premiermeeting for scientistsand engineers whoare involved withthe application ordevelopment oflasers. Therefore, theexhibit attendeesare a very focusedgroup of potentialcustomers forour high-accuracywavelength metersand our highresolution spectrumanalyzers. As a result,Bristol Instrumentshas always beensuccessful promotingour products atCLEO. 1.202.416.1988 cleosales@osa.org cleoconference.orgCLEO: EXPO 15 –17 May 2018 San Jose Convention Center San Jose, California, USA7

EXPANDED BUSINESS PROGRAMMINGAND NETWORKING ON THE SHOW FLOORSTAND OUT THROUGHSPONSORSHIPSHighlight Your Brand with Any BudgetBecome an official CLEO sponsor and stand out among the hundreds of othercompanies competing for industry attention -- multiplying the return on youroverall marketing investment.Advantages of Sponsoring:Attend CLEO’s show floor programmingand learn about the latest market trendsand technologies while networking withyour customers and prospects.CLEO: Market FocusBooth efficiencyincreases by 104%when promotionalopportunities areincluded in themarketing plan.Source:Center for ExhibitionIndustry ResearchExhibitors and attendees alike will benefit fromthis year’s CLEO: Market Focus program whichfeatures presentations on the latest businesstrends and provides a forum to discuss newproducts and emerging technologies andmarkets. This is a unique networking eventand an opportunity to learn about potentialbusiness opportunities.Technology Transfer ShowcaseThis event provides a forum for start-upcompanies, and for researchers from majoruniversities and national labs to presentexciting technologies ready and availablefor commercialization. Presenters will discusstheir latest license-ready optics and photonicstechnologies.Showcase OpticalEngineering ExcellenceSubmit your company’s innovations during theCLEO Call for Papers.CONNECTWITH 4,600 8Deadline:17 December 2017, 12:00 EST (17:00 GMT)Visit: cleoconference.org/innovations Increase namerecognition andbranding Drive buyers toyour booth Position your companyas a leaderCall us for a customized sponsorship package or choose froman established opportunityRegistration Area 15,000 – Stand out as one of the firstcompanies seen by all attendees.USB Sponsorship 15,000 – USB’s contain the technical digestas well as your logo and are distributed to alltechnical attendees.e-Centers 7,500 – Gain name recognition every timean attendee checks email.Charging Stations 7,000 – Help attendees keep their phonescharged throughout the day.Notepads at ConferenceSessions 7,000 – Extend your brand by providingcustomized notepads distributed in allsession rooms.Technical Program BackCover Advertising 5,250 – Place your marketing message onthis unsurpassed industry resource and reachevery attendee.Exhibit Hall Coffee Breaks 4,250 – Excellent networking opportunity!Host your own coffee break right in theexhibit hall.Registration Bag Insert 4,000 Include your promotional item in theregistration bags which are hand-delivered toevery attendee.Technical Session SlideAdvertising 4,000 – Broadcast your company’s messageto all who attend the technical conference.Mobile ApplicationAdvertising 3,500 – Increase company exposure; yourbanner is visible throughout the conference.For a current list of CLEO Sponsorships visit cleoconference.org/sponsorships 1.202.416.1988 cleosales@osa.org cleoconference.orgCLEO: EXPO 15 –17 May 2018 San Jose Convention Center San Jose, California, USA9

JOIN THESE INDUSTRY LEADERSAND GROW SALESPREVIOUS CLEOCORPORATESPONSORS INCLUDE:10PREVIOUS CLEO EXHIBITORS INCLUDE:CONNECT, COLLABORATE ANDCONDUCT BUSINESS AT CLEOFOR A CURRENT CLEO 2018 EXHIBITOR LIST VISIT CLEOCONFERENCE.ORG.3SPGroup ABC Trading Solutions AccuStrata ACS Publications Adamant Co., Ltd. AdValue Photonics, Inc. Advanced Thin Films AdvR Aerotech Inc. AGM Container Controls AIP Publishing AIST-NT Inc. Allied Laser Solutions Allied Powers, LLC Alnair Labs Corporation AlpesLasers SA ALPhANOV Alpine Research Optics Altechna Altos Photonics, Inc. American Elements American Physical Society (APS) AMO GmbH AMPHOS, Inc, Amplitude Systemes Amplitude Technologies Analog Modules, Inc. Andover Corporation AOSense APE - Applied Physics &Electronics, Inc. Applied Surface Technologies Arroyo Instruments Asphericon Atseva LLC Attocube Systems, Inc. AUREA Technology AvoPhotonics, Inc. AXSUN Technologies Azur Light Systems BaySpec, Inc. BeamWise, Inc. BioPhotonic Solutions Inc. B-Lasers, LLC BostonElectronics Corporation Boston Micromachines Corporation Brimrose Corporation of America Bristol Instruments, Inc. Brockton Electro-OpticsCorp. Calmar Laser, Inc. Cambridge University Press CASTECH, Inc. CASTON, Inc. Changchun New Industries Optoelectronics Tech. Co. Ltd. Chinese Laser Press Chroma Technology Corp. Chromacity Cobolt Inc. Coherent Solutions Coherent, Inc. ColdQuanta, Inc. Continuum CorActive High-Tech, Inc. CRC Press - Taylor & Francis CREOL, University of Central Florida Crestec Corporation Crosslight Software Cryslaser,Inc. CrystaLaser LC Crystalline Mirror Solutions, GmbH Crystrong Photoelectric Technology Co., Ltd. CST of America, Inc. CUDOS CUNY,Advanced Science Research Center CVI Laser Optics Cybel, LLC Cycle GmbH DataRay, Inc. Dausinger Giesen GmbH Daylight Solutions,Inc. DayOptics, Inc. De Gruyter Discovery Semiconductors, Inc. Double Helix LLC Edmund Optics, Inc. EKSMA Optics EKSPLA ElectroOptics Technology, Inc. Elliot Scientific Ltd. Energetiq Technology, Inc. EOSPACE, Inc. Epner Technology, Inc. Europa Science, Ltd. ExcellTechnology FASTLITE Femtochrome Research, Inc. Femtolasers, Inc. few-cycle Fiberguide Industries, Inc. FiberPro, Inc. Foreal Spectrum,Inc. GAMDAN Optics Gauss Lasers Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. General Photonics Corp. Gentec Electro-Optics, Inc. Gooch & Housego,PLC GPD Optoelectronics Corp. GTAT Corp. Hamamatsu Corporation HC Photonics Corp. Hiwin Corporation HOLOEYE Photonics AG Hortech Company HTA Photomask Hubner GmbH & Co. KG Ibsen Photonics A/S ID Quantique IDEX Optics & Photonics ILX Lightwave/A Newport Corporation Imagine Optic/Axiom Optics IMRA America, Inc. Infinite Trading INNOLAS Innovation Photonics InPhenix InradOptics IOP Publishing Ltd. IPG Photonics Corp. IRD Glass IRflex Corporation IWAKI America, Inc. Jasper Display Corporation Keopsys Group KMLabs, Inc. Kphotonics, LLC Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corporation LaCroix Precision Optics Laser Focus World Laser Quantum, Inc. Lattice Electro Optics, Inc. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Leoni Fiber Optics, Inc. Lesh International Inc. LEUKOS Light Conversion,Ltd. LightCounting, LLC Lighthouse Photonics LightTrans GmbH Liquid Instruments Lumentron Luvantix ADM Co., Ltd. Luxmux TechnologyCorporation M Squared Lasers Ltd. MAFO - Optoindex Market Tech, Inc. Menlo Systems Mesa Photonics, LLC Micro Laser Systems, Inc. MicroPhoton Devices Mindrum Precision, Inc. Mirrorcle Technologies, Inc. MIRTHE Center - Princeton University MKS Instruments Montana Instruments MONTFORT Laser GmbH MPA Crystal Corp. NanJing University NANOLN (Jinan Jingzheng Electronics Co., Ltd.) Nanoplus Nanosystems &Technologies GmbH National Energetics Nature Publishing Group NKT Photonics Norlase ApS Northrop Grumman Cutting Edge Optronics, Inc. NPI Lasers NTT Advanced Technology Corporation Nuphoton Technologies Inc. O/E Land, Inc. Ocean Optics, Inc. OEwaves, Inc. OFWeek Onefive GmbH Ophir Optics & Photonics News Optics Balzers Optiforms OptiGrate Optilab, LLC Optimax Systems, Inc. OptiwaveSystems, Inc. Optmax OptoElectronic Components OptoSigma Corporation Optronics Co., Ltd., Optronis GmbH Orbits Lightwave, Inc. Oriel Instruments/A Newport Company Osela, Inc. Otto Trading Inc Oxford University Press Oxide Corporation OZ Optics PHASICS Corp. Photodigm, Inc. Photon Design Photon Energy GmbH Photonics Industries International Photonics Media/Laurin Publishing Photonix Edge,LLC Photop Technologies, Inc Physics Today PI (Physik Instrumente) LP PicoLuz PicoQuant Photonics North America, Inc. PolarOnyx Laser,Inc. Precision Asphere, Inc. Precision Glassblowing of Colorado Princeton Instruments, Inc. Princeton Scientific Corporation PriTel, Inc. PurePhotonics Quante Quantum Design, Inc. Quantum Opus Radiantis Raicol Crystals Ltd. RAM Photonics, LLC Research Electro-Optics, Inc. RESOLUTION Spectra Systems RPMC Lasers, Inc. Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH Sandia National Laboratories Santec USA Corporation ScientificMaterials Corp. Seiwa Optical America, Inc. Shasta Crystals SILIOS Technologies S.A. Siskiyou Corporation SmarAct, Inc. SourceLAB - LaserPlasma Technologies Southern Photonics, Ltd. Specialised Imaging Spectra Quest Lab Spectra-Physics Spectrogon US, Inc. SpectroscopyMagazine Sphere Ultrafast Photonics, SA Springer Srico, Inc. Stable Laser Systems STANDA Stanford Research Systems Steinmeyer, Inc. StellarNet, Inc. Superior Designs Swamp Optics, LLC Synopsys, Inc. TAG Optics, Inc. Tamura Corporation Taylor & Francis Technohands Corp. TecOptics TelAztec Teledyne Judson Technologies Tempo Fiber Management THALES ThermoTek, Inc. Thorlabs Timbercon, Inc. TimePhotonics, Inc. TMC Ametek Toptica Photonics, Inc. TRUMPF Inc. US Army Research Laboratory US Fiberoptec Technology, Inc. Verifood, Ltd. Vescent Photonics, Inc. Viavi Solutions Vigo Systems SA VST America Vytran, LLC Wasatch Photonics Wiley Wuhan Industrial Institute forOptoelectronics Y&M Technologies, Inc. Yenista Optics, Inc. YSL Photonics Co., Ltd. Zaber Technologies Zurich Instruments 1.202.416.1988 cleosales@osa.org cleoconference.orgCLEO: EXPO 15 –17 May 2018 San Jose Convention Center San Jose, California, USA11

NONPROFIT ORGCLEO is the key conference for applications anddevelopments of lasers. It has a broad spectrum ofour customers.Marco Arrigoni,Director of Marketing, CoherentExhibit at CLEO:2018 —The Global Optics & PhotonicsHub with the World’s HighestQuality Buyers 4,600 qualified buyingattendees 55 countries represented 200 exhibitingcompaniesCLEO: EXPO 15 –17 May 2018 San Jose Convention Center San Jose, California, USAcleoconference.org/exhibitUS POSTAGEPAIDc/o The Optical Society2010 Massachusetts Ave NWWashington DC 20036 USAPERMIT NO. 6418DULLES VA

Electronics Corporation Boston Micromachines Corporation Brimrose Corporation of America Bristol Instruments, Inc. Brockton Electro-Optics Corp. Calmar Laser, Inc. Cambridge University Press CASTECH, Inc. CASTON, Inc. Changchun New I

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