• Technical Conference:  17–21 September 2017
  • Exhibition:  19–20 September 2017

Invited Speakers and Topics

FiO 1: Fabrication, Design and Instrumentation

  • 1.1 Optical Systems for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

    Hong Hua, University of Arizona, College of Optical Sciences, USA
    Title to be Announced

  • David Luebke, Nvidia Research, USA
    Title to be Announced

  • Jannick Rolland, University of Rochester, USA
    The Science of Freeform Optics Enabling Compact Technologies

  • 1.2 Optical Systems for Automotive Applications

    Ira Moskowitz, The Innovation Institute at the MassTech Collaborative, USA
    The Photonics Supply Chain and Autonomous Vehicles: Challenges and Opportunities

  • Yasuhiro Takaki, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
    Flat-panel See-through Display for Augmented Reality Using Symmetric Integral Imaging System

  • 1.3 Fabrication and Instrumentation for Nanophotonics

    Euan McLeod, University of Arizona, College of Optical Sciences, USA
    3D Nanophotonic Systems for Biosensing and Integrated Photonics

  • Cun-Zheng Ning, Arizona State University, ECEE, USA
    Semiconductor Nanolasers Based on 2D Monolayer Gain Media Integrated with Silicon Waveguides

  • 1.4 Design and Instrumentation for Optics in Computing

    Kelvin Wagner, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
    Deep Optical Learning Devices and Architectures

  • 1.5 Design, Instrumentation and Testing of Optical Devices and Systems

    Jae-Hyeung Park, Inha University, Korea
    Waveguide-type See-through 3D Head-mounted Displays Without Accommodation Vergence Mismatch

  • Junsuk Rho, POSTECH, Korea
    Realization of 3D Metamaterial and Plasmonic Devices at Optical Frequencies

FiO 2: Optical Interactions

  • 2.1 Laser-Plasma Based Acceleration and Light Sources

    Frederique Vanholsbeeck, University of Auckland, Australia
    Title to be Announced

  • 2.2 Frequency Combs, High Harmonic Generation, and Attoscience

    Sile Nic Chormiac, OIST, Japan
    Title to be Announced

  • 2.3 Light-Matter Interactions

    Laura Waller, University of California Berkeley, USA
    Title to be Announced

FiO 3: Quantum Electronics

  • 3.1 Quantum Nanophotonics and Plasmonics

    Sara Ducci, Paris Diderot, France
    Title to be Announced

  • Mikhail Lukin, Harvard University, USA
    Title to be Announced

  • 3.2 Applications of Quantum Electronics in Automotive and Other Mobile Systems

    Paul Ewart, Oxford University, UK
    Title to be Announced

  • Lute Maleki, Oewaves, Inc., USA
    Automotive LiDAR: Challenges and Opportunities

  • Jean-Pierre Wolf, University of Geneva, Switzerland
    Title to be Announced

  • 3.3 Quantum and Classical Optical Computation

    Daniel Brunner, Institute FEMTO-ST, France
    Photonic networks for Neuromorphic Computing

  • K. Birgitta Whaley, University of California Berkeley, USA
    Title to be Announced

  • 3.4 Quantum Communication and Networking

    Tracy Northup, Universtität Innsbruck, Austria
    Title to be Announced

  • 3.5 General Quantum Electronics

    Amr Helmy, University of Toronto, Canada
    Title to be Announced

  • Adam Wyatt, STFC Central Laser Facility, UK
    Attosecond sampling of arbitrary optical waveforms

FiO 4: Photonics

FiO 5: Biomedical Optics

  • 5.3 Virtual, Remote, and Augmented Realities for Human Health

    Sylvain Gioux, Universite de Strasbourg, France
    Title to be Announced

  • 5.4 Optics to Diagnose, Monitor and Treat Disease

    Danuta Bukowska-Sampson, University of Western Australia, Australia
    Title to be Announced

  • T. Joshua Pfefer, FDA Ctr Devices & Radiological Health, USA
    Title to be Announced

  • Adam Wax, Duke University, USA
    Title to be Announced

FiO 6: Information Acquisition, Processing and Display

  • 6.1 Computational/Transformation Optics and Optics in Computing

    Abhijit Mahalanobis, Lockheed Martin, USA
    High-resolution Imaging with a Moving Coded Aperture

  • 6.3 Display Technology for Automotive and VR/AR Applications

    Hirokazu Kato, Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
    Next Challenge for Augmented Reality as a Smart Display Technology

  • 6.4 General Information Acquisition, Processing and Display

    Regine Choe, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, University of Rochester, USA
    Non-contact Scanning Diffuse Correlation Tomography for Blood Flow Monitoring During Bone Healing

FiO 7: Vision and Color

  • 7.1. Mixed/Virtual Reality: Novel Challenges for vision Sciences

    Emily Cooper, Dartmouth Computational Vision Group, USA
    Title to be Announced

Laser Science

  • 1. High-harmonic Generation: Time, Energy, and Complexity

    Philip Bucksbaum, Stanford University, USA
    Title to be Announced

  • Zenghu Chang, University of Central Florida, CREOL, USA
    New Generation Attosecond X-ray Light Sources

  • Oliver Gessner, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
    Ultrafast X-ray Studies of Chemical and Interfacial Dynamics

  • Ursula Keller, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Title to be Announced

  • Martin Schultze, Max Planck Institut fuer Quantenoptik, Germany
    Attosecond Charge-transfer Dynamics in Condensed Matter

  • 2. Frontiers in X-ray Laser Spectroscopy

    Kelly Gaffney, Stanford University, USA
    Triangulating Intersections Between Electronic States with Ultrafast X-ray Scattering and Spectroscopy

  • Munira Khalil, University of Washington, USA
    Probing Electron Delocalization with Femtosecond X-ray Spectroscopy

  • Kazuhiko Misawa, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
    Femtosecond Time-resolved X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy of Liquid Using SPring-8 Angstrom Compact Free Electron laser (SACLA)

  • Philippe Wernet, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany
    Chemical and Bio-chemical X-ray Spectroscopy at Current and Future X-ray Lasers

  • 3. Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

    Sergey Bozhevolnyi, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
    Plasmon-empowered Single-photon Sources

  • Domenico Pacifici, Brown University, USA
    Title to be Announced

  • Nick Vamivakas, University of Rochester, USA
    Nanophotonics with Atomically Thin Semiconductors

  • Gary Wiederrecht, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
    Broadband Hot Electron Creation and Ultrafast Optical Responses in Nanoscale Gap Plasmon Metasurfaces

  • 4. Novel Lasers

    Michael Choma, Yale University, USA
    Laser Coherence Engineering for Biomedical Microscopy

  • Nir Davidson, Weizmann Institute, Israel
    Simulating Spins with Coupled Lasers

  • Ursula Keller, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Dual-comb Spectroscopy with One Unstabilized Semiconductor Laser

  • Mercedeh Khajavikhan, CREOL, University of Florida, USA
    Advances in Microscale Parity-time-symmetric Lasers

  • Qijie Wang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Random Lasers in the Mid-infrared and Terahertz

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