• Technical Conference & Virtual Exhibits:  14 – 17 September 2020

2020 Invited Speakers

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  • Aaron Bauer
    University of Rochester, USA
    Exploring the Design Space of 3-mirror Freeform Imagers
  • Changhe Zhou
    Shanghai Institute of Optics, China
    From Picometer Comb to Picooptics
  • Rongguang Liang
    University Arizona, USA
    On-machine Metrology for Precision Diamond Turning Process
  • Siddharth Ramachandran
    Boston University, USA
    Optical Activity in Strictly Isotropic Materials (Fibers)
  • Benjamin Sprenger
    Menlo Systems GmbH, Germany
    Complete Laser System for Strontium Lattice Clock Based on Frequency Comb
  • Clara Saraceno
    Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany
    High-power Ultrafast Thin-disk Lasers and their Applications for Terahertz Generation
  • Din Ping Tsai
    Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
    Optical Meta Devices: Eyes to the Future
  • Henry Kapteyn
    KMLabs, USA
    A New Class of MHz Repetition-rate Vacuum-ultraviolet Laser Source Based on Highly-cascaded Harmonic Generation
  • Michelle Sander
    Boston University, USA
    Mode-locked High Repetition Rate Fiber Laser Dynamics
  • Raktim Sarma
    Sandia National Laboratories, USA
    An All-dielectric Polaritonic Metasurface with Giant Nonlinear Response
  • Tingyi Gu
    University of Delaware, USA
    Foundry Integrated Nanophotonic Devices and Metasystems
  • Xiaojun Wu
    Beihang University, CHINA

  • Amir Safavi-Naeini
    Stanford University, USA
    Quantum Optomechanics
  • Blair Morrison
    Xanadu, Australia
    Integrated Squeezed Light Sources for Photonic Quantum Computing
  • Joerg Wrachtrup
    University of Stuttgart, Germany
    Si Vacancy Centers in SiC
  • Julien Laurat
    Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, France
    Quantum Optics with Nanoscale Waveguides and Cold Atoms
  • Marina Radulaski
    University of California Davis, USA
    Silicon Carbide Color Center Quantum Nanophotonics
  • Val Zwiller
    Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan Kista, Sweden
    Integrated Quantum Nanophotonics
  • David A. B. Miller
    Stanford University, USA
    Finding the Right Modes for Communicating with Optics
  • Ming Jun Li
    Corning Research, USA
    Optical Fiber Evolution over the Past Five Decades
  • Xi (Vivian) Chen
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA
    Ultra-high Symbol Rate Generation via Electrical Multiplexing
  • Zhixin Liu
    University College London, UK
    Dual-frequency Comb Assisted Analog-to-digital Conversion
  • Costanza Toninelli
    LENS, Italy
    Quantum Optics with Single Organic Molecules Coupled to Integrated Circuit
  • Jelena Vuckovic
    Stanford University, USA
    Particle Accelerator on an Integrated Photonic Chip
  • Juerg _x000D_ Leuthold
    Zurich, Switzerland
    Atomic-scale Photonic Memristive and Nano-opto-electro-mechanical Devices Enabled by Plasmonics
  • Milan Mashanovitch
    Freedom Photonics, LLC, USA
    Photonic Integrated Circuits and Packaging
  • Otto Muskens
    University of Southampton, UK
    Ultrafast Control of On-chip Plasmonics
  • Po Dong
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA
    Directly Reflectivity Modulated Laser for Optical Communications
  • Wim Bogaerts
    Universiteit Gent - IMEC, Belgium
    Programmable Photonic Circuits: A Flexible Way of Manipulating Light on Chips
  • Caroline Boudoux
    Castor Optics, Canada
    Dual-clad Couplers, Circulators and Lanterns: New Couplers for Sensing and Imaging
  • Maciej Wojtkowski
    Institute of Physical Chemistry, Poland
    Spatio-temporal Optical Coherence Imaging of Human Eye
  • Muyinatu Lediju Bell
    Johns Hopkins University, USA
    Listening to the Sound of Light to Guide Surgeries
  • Tomasz Kozacki
    , POLAND

  • Hong-Seok Lee
    Samsung Electronics (SAIT), Korea
    Holographic Flat Panel Display
  • Juan Liu
    Beijing Institute of Technology, China
    3D Holographic Display
  • Tomoyoshi Shimobaba
    Chiba University, Japan
    Dedicated Processor for Holography Assisted by Deep Neural Networks
  • Andrew White
    , AUSTRALIA

  • Artem Bakulin
    FOM Institute AMOLF, Netherlands
    Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Electron-phonon Effects in Hybrid Perovskite Electronic Materials
  • Dirk Englund
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
    Photonic ML Accelerators
  • Dominik Schneble
    Stony Brook University, USA
    Decay Dynamics of Matter-wave Quantum Emitters in a Band Structure
  • Farhan Rana
    Cornell, USA
    Exciton-trion-polaritons in Two-dimensional Materials; Correlated Many Body States of Matter and Light
  • Greg Scholes
    Princeton University, USA
    Coherence and Ultrafast Dynamics of Molecular Polaritons
  • James Cryan
    SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA
    Attosecond Science at X-ray Free Electron Lasers
  • Jeff Thompson
    Princeton University, USA
    Towards Quantum Networks with Erbium Ions and Integrated Silicon Nanophotonics
  • Jennifer Ogilvie
    University of Michigan, USA
    Shedding New Light on Photosynthetic Systems Using Multidimensional Spectroscopies
  • Keith Nelson
    MIT, USA
    THz Polaritonics: New Horizons in Optics and Spectroscopy
  • Laura Sinclair
    National Inst of Standards & Technology, USA
    Pushing the Boundaries of Optical Time and Frequency Transfer Across Open Air Paths
  • Michael Chini
    University of Central Florida, USA
    Towards Attosecond Science with Industrial-grade Lasers
  • Monika Schleier-Smith
    Stanford University, USA
    Title to be Announced
  • Nora Berrah
    University of Connecticut, USA
    Probing Molecular Dynamics in Real Time from Within with Free Electron Lasers
  • R. J. Miller
    University of Toronto, Canada
    Mapping Atomic Motions with Ultrabright Electrons: Fundamental Space-Time Limits to Imaging Chemistry
  • Steve Cundiff
    University of Michigan, USA
    Comb-based Multidimensional Coherent Spectroscopy
  • Takeshi Yasui
    Tokushima Univ., Japan
    Dual-comb Microscopy
  • Virginia Lorenz
    Univ. of Illinois, USA
    Transverse-mode-entangled Photons in Optical Fiber
  • Wendel Hill
    Univ. of Maryland, USA
    Precision Measurement of the Quantum Vacuum with Petawatt-class Lasers
  • Yiwen Chu
    ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Creating and Measuring Quantum States of Sound
  • Yoshitomo Okawachi
    Columbia University, USA
    Photonic Integrated Comb Sources
  • Young-Jin Kim
    KAIST, South Korea
    Multi-scale Dimensional Metrology with a Frequency Comb: From Sub-nanometers to Kilometers