Technical Conference:
13 – 18 May 2018
Exposition:
15 – 17 May 2018

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Insights from Controlled Light Propagation: Seeing Order in Disorder

By David Norris (guest post) | Posted: 7 March 2014

This is part 1 of a 3 part series on the<em> Controlled Light Propagation</em> Incubator meeting at OSA headquarters in Washington, DC

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Exploring Emerging Trends: An Interview with Eric Mottay

By Staff | Posted: 21 November 2013

The CLEO:2014  marketing team sat down with Eric Mottay, CLEO: Applications & Technology (A&T) Program Co-Chair to gain insight on the type of research presented at the A&T conference, the scope of the meeting and the benefits of submitting cutting-edge research to this high-quality, peer-reviewed conference.

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The shiniest berry in the world – what biophotonics in nature has taught us.

By Frank Kuo | Posted: 22 October 2012

It is an understatement when we describe nature as the most talented painter. In fact, she is not only the greatest artist, but also the most renowned scientist, in essentially all aspects. Her scientific achievements are found everywhere. For example, today, much of our knowledge in the field of bio-photonics is just a re-discovery of what she has done (Another interesting topic which relates the evolution to optical science can be found here).

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Pre-Conference Homework

By James Van Howe | Posted: 15 May 2010

I am a bit ashamed to admit it, but this is really the first time that I have done any pre-conference homework. What I am referring to is looking at the conference schedule, browsing the website, looking through abstracts, and even using the online planner to make an itinerary.CLEO Conference, CLEO: Applications Add comments

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