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Chair: Mariangela Gioannini, Politecnico di Torino, Italy New technology, devices and applications; UV lasers, visible lasers, near-infrared lasers; mid to far-infrared semiconductor lasers including quantum cascade and inter-subband lasers; quantum well, wire, dot and dash lasers; high power and high brightness lasers; vertical extended cavity surface emitting lasers; optically-pumped semiconductor lasers; photonic crystal semiconductor lasers, micro-cavity lasers, nanolasers, plasmonic lasers, polariton lasers; semiconductor ring lasers; short-pulse generation, mode locking; semiconductor optical amplifiers; novel characterization techniques; functional applications, including but not limited to: switching, clock recovery, signal processing; semiconductor lasers in integrated photonic circuits; laser dynamics, synchronization, chaos.

Chair: Gregor Knoop, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland Novel applications of nonlinear optical phenomena and new devices; nonlinear frequency conversion for the UV, visible and IR; telecommunications applications and all-optical switching; all-optical delay lines and slow light; optical parametric devices such as optical parametric amplifiers and oscillators; nonlinear optics in waveguides and fibres, including photonic crystal structures and microstructured optical fibres; quasi-phasematched materials and devices; novel nonlinear materials; metamaterials and nanostructures; stimulated scattering processes and devices; applications of optical solitons and photorefractives; electro-optic and Kerr devices in crystals and semiconductors; Raman based devices including amplifiers and lasers; nonlinear probing of surfaces; multi-photon imaging and coherent Raman microscopy; quantum oriented applications.

Chair: Pier Sazio, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom Fabrication of optical materials; new crystalline and glass laser materials in bulk, fiber and waveguide geometry; micro- and nano-fabrication and -engineering techniques; heterogeneous integration techniques; optical characterisation of laser and nonlinear materials, micro-structured fibre and photonic crystal waveguides, micro- and nano-crystalline materials, single defect centres, quantum wells, quantum wires and quantum dots, nano-tubes and nano-needles, innovative organic materials.

Chair: Marian Marciniak, National Institute of Telecommunications, Warsaw, Poland Inspection of a wide range of objects, from the macroscopic to the nanometric scale; recent progress in all aspects of optical sensing and metrology, particularly in new photonic sensor technologies and applications ; plasmonic sensors; metamaterial sensors; biosensors; terahertz sensors; new trends in optical remote sensing; fibre sensors using conventional and photonic crystal fibres; active multispectral and hyperspectral imaging; sensor multiplexing; novel spectroscopic techniques, nanospectroscopy; applications and systems; novel measurement methods and devices based on interferometry; holography; diffractometry or scatterometry; critical dimension metrology; multiscale surface metrology; UV and DUV microscopy; resolution enhancement technologies in microscopy; inverse problems; adaptive optics; phase retrieval.

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Advanced light sources and geometries for microscopy, phototherapy, surgery, biomedicine. Chair: Alberto Amo, Laboratoire PhLAM, Lille, France Advances in topological photonic lattices, topological edge states, topological pumps, synthetic dimensions, Dirac and Weyl points, topological lasers, topology and disorder, topology in non-Hermitian systems, probes of topological invariants, topological aspects of photonic quasicrystals, nonlinear topological effects, Floquet-topological photonics, spin-orbit coupling in photonic materials, non-reciprocity.

Chair: Stefan Haacke, University of Strasbourg, CNRS IPCMS, France Fundamental aspects of ultrafast science in all spectral regimes; propagation and instabilities of ultrashort pulses in linear and nonlinear media, supercontinuum generation, ultrafast filamentation and applications, extreme events, rogue waves and turbulence dynamics; ultrafast spectroscopy of molecules, solids and low dimensional structures; ultrafast phenomena in physics, chemistry and biology; propagation media: gas, liquid, and solid materials; free-space and waveguided geometries; coherent control using femtosecond pulses.

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Chair: Rachel Grange, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Nonlinear optical phenomena including dynamics and self-organization; frequency conversion, wave mixing, parametric processes, conservative and dissipative solitons, pattern formation, interaction between disorder and nonlinearities, complex behaviours and statistically heavy-tailed phenomena. Applications of nonlinear phenomena; nonlinear imaging and manipulation, novel optical materials, devices and systems.

Fundamental aspects of nonlinear dynamics in single or coupled photonic devices, polariton condensates, micro and nano lasers, photonic crystals, optomechanical systems. Chair: Femius Koenderink, AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Metal nanophotonics from fundamentals towards applications and including all spectral regimes: plasmonic nanostructures, antennas, cavities and waveguides; metamaterials; hybrid materials; nonlinear structures and effects; active systems, systems with gain.


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Chair: Thomas Mueller, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria Fundamental aspects and applications of graphene and other two-dimensional materials in optics and optoelectronics; light-matter interactions in 2D materials; ultrafast dynamics and nonlinear phenomena in 2D and novel materials, and mode-locked lasers; light sources, modulators, detectors, and other optoelectronic devices; photovoltaics; smart windows and flexible displays; terahertz devices; tunable plasmonics and metamaterials; integration with cavities and waveguides; multi-layered 2D heterostructures; perovskites and perovskite optoelectronics; NV centres; phase change materials.

Chair: Evangelos Siminos, Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden Predictive theoretical and computational approaches for all fields of optics and photonics: full and semi-analytical treatments; applied mathematics and numerical analysis of partial differential equations; high-performance computing, massively parallel codes, including utilization of hardware accelerators. Buy New Learn more about this copy. About AbeBooks. Customers who bought this item also bought.

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