• Technical Conference:  10 – 15 May 2020
  • Exhibition: 12 – 14 May 2020

Tutorial Speakers

Select a track:

  • FS 1: Quantum Optics of Atoms, Molecules and Solids

    • Gabriel Molina Terriza
      Centro de Fisica de Materiales, Spain

    • Jakob Reichel
      Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, France
      Fiber Fabry-Perot Microcavities and Their Applications
  • FS 2: Quantum Information and Communication

    • Sebastien Tanzilli
      CNRS- Université Côte d’Azur, France
      Photonic-based Quantum Communication and Sensing: an Interplay between Fundamental and Technological Resources
  • FS 3: Quantum Photonics

    • Dirk Englund
      Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
      Programmable Photonic Circuits for Quantum Information Processing and Machine Learning
    • Prem Kumar
      Northwestern University, USA
      Quantum Communications
  • FS 4: Optical Interactions with Condensed Matter and Ultrafast Phenomena

    • Claus Ropers
      University of Göttingen, Germany
      Ultrafast Electron Microscopy and Diffraction
  • FS 5: Nonlinear Optics and Novel Phenomena

    • Ulf Peschel
      Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany
      Non-Hermitian Photonics – the Strange Effects of Gain and Loss
  • FS 6: Nano-Optics and Plasmonics

    • Harry Atwater
      California Institute of Technology, USA
      Design of Tunable Nanophotonic Devices
  • FS 7: High-Field Physics and Attoscience

    • Robin Santra
      DESY & Univ. of Hamburg, Germany
      High-Intensity X-ray Science
  • FS 8: Metamaterials and Complex Media

    • Shuang Zhang
      University of Birmingham, UK

    • Vincenzo Vitelli
      Univ. of Chicago, USA
      Hidden and Broken Symmetries for Metamaterial Design
  • S&I 1: Light-matter Interactions and Materials Processing

    • Razvan Stoian
      Universite Jean Monnet, France
      Ultrafast Laser Nanostructuring; Smart Beams for Smart Processes
    • Xianfan Xu
      Purdue Univ., USA
      Light Matter Interactions at Nanoscale for Materials Processing and Manufacturing
  • S&I 2: Laser Systems and Facilities

    • Carmen Menoni
      Colorado State University, USA

    • Victor Malka
      Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
      Laser Plasma Accelerator: Compact, Competitive and Useful
  • S&I 3: Semiconductor Lasers

    • Evelyn Hu
      Harvard Univ., USA
      Nanophotonic Lasers in the GaN Material System
    • Jérôme Faist
      ETH Zurich, Switzerland
      Quantum Cascade Frequency Combs: Physics and Applications
  • S&I 4: Nonlinear Optical Technologies

    • Robert Boyd
      Univ. of Ottawa and Univ. of Rochester, Canada
      How Light Behaves When The Refractive Index Vanishes
  • S&I 5: Terahertz Science and Technology

    • Matthias Hoffmann
      SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA
      Nonlinear Lattice Dynamics Driven by Intense Terahertz Pulses
  • S&I 6: Optical Materials, Fabrication and Characterization

    • Vinod Menon
      City Univ. of New York, USA
      Strong Light-matter Interaction in 2D Materials
  • S&I 7: Micro- and Nano-Photonic Devices

    • Shinji Matsuo
      NTT Device Technology Laboratories, Japan
      Heterogeneously Integrated Photonic Crystal Lasers on Silicon Photonics Platform
  • S&I 8: Ultrafast Optics, Optoelectronics and Applications

    • Andrew Weiner
      Purdue Univ., USA
      Ultrafast Photonics Time-Frequency Signal Processing
    • Margaret Murnane
      University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

  • S&I 9: Photonic Integration

    • Andrew Shields
      Toshiba Research Europe Ltd, UK
      Deploying Quantum Cryptography in Telecom Networks  
    • Boon Ooi
      King Abdullah Univ of Sci & Technology, Saudi Arabia
      Visible-light Diode-lasers and Integrated Photonics for Lighting and High-bitrate Visible Light Communication
  • S&I 10: Biophotonics and Optofluidics

    • Laura Marcu
      University of California Davis, USA

    • Ramin Pashaie
      Univ. of Wisconsin_Milwaukee, USA
      Optical interrogation of Neurovascular Coupling
  • S&I 11: Fiber Photonics: Novel Phenomena, Lasers, Systems and Fabrication

    • Jens Limpert
      Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany
      Coherent Combination of Fiber Amplified Femtosecond Pulses
    • John Dudley
      Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté and CNRS FEMTO-ST, France
      Perspectives in Nonlinear Fibre Optics – New Fibres, New Sources, New Applications
  • S&I 12: Lightwave Communications and Optical Networks

    • Christine Tremblay
      École de technologie supérieure, Canada
      Towards Cognitive Management and Performance Monitoring in Coherent Optical Networks
    • Keren Bergman
      Columbia University, USA
      Empowering Flexible and Scalable High Performance Architectures with Embedded Photonics
  • S&I 13: Active Optical Sensing

    • Paolo De Natale
      Istituto Nazionale di Ottica-CNR, Italy
      Stabilizing Chip-scale Combs and Infrared Sources: a Metrological View on the Molecular World
    • Tobias Kippenberg
      Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland
      Soliton Chipscale Frequency Combs
  • S&I 14: Optical Metrology

    • Marianna Safronova
      Univ. of Delaware, USA
      Quantum Sensors for New-physics Discoveries
    • Thomas Udem
      Max-Planck-Institut fur Quantenoptik, Germany
      Challenging QED with Atomic Hydrogen
  • S&I 15: Quantum and Atomic Sensors, and their Applications

    • Scott Diddams
      National Inst. of Standards & Technology, USA
      Twenty Years of Optical Frequency Combs: Science, Technology and Applications
  • A&T 1: Biomedical Applications

  • A&T 2: Industrial Applications

  • A&T 3: Optical Instrumentation for Measurements and Monitoring

  • A&T 4: Applications in Energy & Environment

  • A&T 5: Quantum Technology in Transition

  • A&T 6: Advances in Semiconductor Technology

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