Network memberships

Cooperation along value chains

Today’s world faces new social and technological challenges. Heidelberg Instruments is committed to sustainability and innovation. With our three core technologies, we create scalable solutions for our customers. Our know-how in technology and applications is also fed by cooperation in competence networks. Our customers benefit from the know-how acquired through our network memberships, resulting in customer-specific solutions.

Heidelberg Instruments is a member of the following network organizations:


EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium) is the world leading industry association that promotes the sustainable development of organizations working in the field of photonics in Europe. EPIC represents over 800 companies and fosters a vibrant photonics ecosystem by maintaining a strong network and acting as a catalyst and facilitator for technological and commercial advancement.


Optica, formerly OSA, serves and represents organizations engaged in the business of optics and photonics, promotes and protects the business of optics and photonics in driving innovation, creating jobs, and accelerating growth in the U.S. and around the world. OPTICA serves more than 22,000 individual members and 290 corporate members in over 180 countries.


SEMI is the global industry association that unites the entire electronics manufacturing and design supply chain. SEMI informs and coordinates its members and the industry, cultivates collaboration, drives action, and synchronizes innovation to speed business results. Regional and technology communities are connected in a pre-competitive forum for global collective action.


SPIE is the international society for optics and photonics. They have operated as a not-for-profit since their founding in 1955, connecting, engaging, and serving their global constituency of more than 258,000 people from 184 countries with the mission of partnering with researchers, educators, and industry to advance light-based research and technologies for the betterment of the human condition.

Meet the Heidelberg Instruments experts at the following events and discuss your requirements in micro- and nanofabrication:

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