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Photography: the signing of the cooperation agreement between the INO and BLZ. Upright on the left, the minister-president of the State of Bavaria, Dr. Günther Beckstein; upright on the right, Quebec Premier, Mr. Jean Charest, as well as the signatories of the agreement, Dr. Michael Schmidt, managing director of the Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH (on the right) and Mr. Jean-Yves Roy, general president-director of the INO. (CNW Group/National Optics Institute (INO))
Photography: the signing of the cooperation agreement between the INO and BLZ. Upright on the left, the minister-president of the State of Bavaria, Dr. Günther Beckstein; upright on the right, Quebec Premier, Mr. Jean Charest, as well as the signatories of the agreement, Dr. Michael Schmidt, managing director of the Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH (on the right) and Mr. Jean-Yves Roy, general president-director of the INO. (CNW Group/National Optics Institute (INO))

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INO (the National Optics Institute) announces the signing of a cooperation agreement with the Bavarian Laser Centre GmbH (BLZ), a research centre in Erlangen, Germany, specializing in photonic microsystems research, development, and production.

INO signs a cooperation agreement with a major German partner

QUEBEC CITY, Canada | Posted on May 28th, 2008

The three-year cooperation agreement between INO and BLZ involves the
field of photonic micro- and nanotechnology. Among its aims are joint research
and innovation activities in areas of common interest through theoretical and
practical experiments. Scientific professional development activities for
groups of experts working on various projects are also planned.

"We're happy to be able to match up our expertise with that of BLZ, a
research institute with an international reputation thanks to its innovative
industrial applications. The convergence and complementarity of our activities
in photonic micro- and nanotechnology led us to sign this agreement that will
enable us to enrich Quebec's tremendous scientific capital and unique
expertise in these fields. It testifies to our resolve to develop in the area
of optics and photonics and to make technology and solutions available to
entrepreneurs and industrialists, so that they can improve their competitive
position," declared Jean-Yves Roy.

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About INO (the National Optics Institute)
A leading technology designer and developer, INO is the largest R&D
center for optics and photonics in Canada. To date it has completed over
3,500 custom R&D contracts for SMEs and leading Canadian corporations in a
wide range of sectors. INO has 23 new high-tech startups and 36 technology
transfers to its credit.

About BLZ

Founded in 1993, the Bavarian Laser Centre GmbH (BLZ) is a private
institute specializing in photonic microsystems research, development, and
production for industrial applications. Affiliated with Friedrich-Alexander
University in Erlangen, Germany, BLZ seeks to open up new laser technology
applications as well as to transfer knowledge. www.blz.org

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