Technical Conference:
14 – 19 May 2017
CLEO:EXPO:
16 – 18 May 2017

CLEO 2016 Daily Wrap: Sunday

By CLEO


Welcome to CLEO

We're glad you're here. Each morning of the conference, we'll be sending The Daily Wrap—spotlighting things to note for the day ahead and highlights from the day before.

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Use the conference app to plan your day by searching for presentations; explore the exposition by viewing a list of exhibitors and daily activities; and network with attendees.


How to Access Technical Papers

  • Option One: Use the Conference App

    Full technical registrants can navigate directly to the technical papers right from the CLEO app. Just locate the session or talk in "Event Schedule" and click on the "Download PDF" link that appears in the description. (NOTE: you will need to log in with your registration information.)

  • Option Two: Online Access

    Technical Digest papers and Postdeadline papers are available from OSA Publishing's Digital Library. Tutorial presentations and summaries of invited and contributed papers can be downloaded by individual sessions or by daily ZIP files. ZIP files are available for 60 days after the conference ends.

    After selecting the "Download Technical Papers" button, you will be prompted to log in with the email address and password you used for registration.

    NOTE: Some technical registrants will have received an email to first log in or create an account with OSA. If you are in this group or experience difficulty seeing the .zip files or downloading the papers, go to this CLEO webpage, enter your registration code and follow the directions online.


Tomorrow: CLEO Plenary Session I

Colliding Black Holes & Convulsions in Space-time: The First Observation of Gravitational Waves by LIGO

Monday, 6 June
13:30 – 17:30
David Reitze, LIGO Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, US

After a forty-year-long quest, the recent detection of gravitational waves has opened up a new chapter in astronomy. Dr. Reitze will discuss the interferometers, the detection and the astrophysical implications for the future.


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