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News & Events

News from the ZEISS Group

29th & 30th November 2019

ZEISS European Autumn School

Upcoming Event

ZEISS is inviting students, scientists and engineers to the ZEISS European Autumn School. During this two-day event high-profile speakers will present key aspects about the world of advanced optics for nanoelectronics and their exciting areas of expertise related to lithography optics.

07 November 2019

ZEISS Unveils New High-End Cinematography Optics

Press Release

ZEISS Supreme Prime Radiance

ZEISS has unveiled the ZEISS Supreme Prime Radiance lenses, an exclusive new set of seven high-end cinematography lenses. The lenses are based on the high-speed ZEISS Supreme Prime lens family with the benefit of the new T*blue coating, which offers a distinctive look and consistent flares without any compromises.

30 October 2019

ZEISS and Kyoto University consolidate strategic partnership

Press Release

Signing of the new strategic research agreement

ZEISS and Kyoto University are intensifying their cooperation and have signed a new strategic research agreement. As part of the agreement, the partners are opening the ZEISS iCeMS Innovation Core – a collaborative laboratory at Kyoto University’s Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS).

23 October 2019

Carl Zeiss Meditec achieves EBIT margin of 18.1% in fiscal year 2018/19

Press Release

Standort Jena / Location Jena

As already announced on October 2, 2019, Carl Zeiss Meditec AG has achieved revenue of EUR 1,459 million in fiscal year 2018/19 (past year: EUR 1,280.9 million) and has significantly expanded EBIT1 margin2, exceeding the initial forecast of 15.0% to 17.5%.