Photonic-based electrical power generation and energy efficient photonics will play a key role in the reduction of the collective energy footprint that is fast becoming an important global priority. Photonics will also find important applications in environmental monitoring and purification. This conference will focus on photonic technologies and their applications addressing energy efficiency and the environment. Below you will find a full range of in-depth programming covering this area.
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Christian Wetzel, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA Subcommittee Chair
Energy from the Sun
LEDs for Energy Efficiency
UV Nitride Semiconductor Lasers
, Noble Johnson; PARC, USA
InGaN-Based Solar Cells and High-Performance Broadband Optical Coatings for Ultrahigh Efficiency Hybrid Multijunction Device Designs
, Robert M. Farrell; University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Laser-based Sensors for Water Vapor and Other Greenhouse Gases on NASA Aircraft
, Glen Diskin; NASA Langley, USA
Multi Junction Solar Cells
, Rebecca Jones-Albertus; Solar Junction, USA
Semipolar Faceting for InGaN-based Polychromatic LEDs
, Mitsuru Funato; Kyoto Univ., Japan