Wednesday, February 23, 2011

International Quantum Electronics Conference (IQEC) and Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) Pacific Rim

http://www.chemistry-conferences.com

Topics: Physical Chemistry, Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Keywords: Quantum, Electronics, Lasers, Optics, Spectroscopy
Date: /28/29/30/31/ August 2011 /1/ September, Sydney, Australia, Australia
Web Site, Contact: Iqec-cleopr2011@wsm.com.au
 
Official Information:
The Conference combines four major national and international meetings in the field of lasers and their scientific and technological applications, including optics:
• The International Quantum Electronics Conference (IQEC)
• The Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) Pacific Rim
• The Australasian Conference on Optics, Lasers and Spectroscopy (ACOLS)
• The Australian Conference on Optical Fibre Technology (ACOFT)
The event will bring together international research leaders who span the spectrum of laser development, optical devices, and photonics, with applications to such fields as optical communications, laser spectroscopy, ultrafast optics, nonlinear optics, high field physics and quantum/atom optics. A full list of the Conference topics is located on the Conference website.
There will be seven internationally renowned plenary speakers complemented by oral presentations over seven concurrent sessions and poster presentations. The confirmed plenary speakers include: Professor Joss Bland-Hawthorn – University of Sydney, Australia, Professor Ken-ichi Kitayama – Osaka University, Japan, Professor Ferenc Krausz – Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, Germany, Dr Ed Moses – National Ignition Facility, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA, Associate Professor Oskar Painter – California Institute of Technology, USA, Professor Jun Ye – University of Colorado, USA
In co-operation with:
• The Optical Society (OSA)
• Electronics Society of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
• Communications Society of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
• Japan Society of Applied Physics
• Optical Society of Korea
• Photonics Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Topics:
  • Semiconductor and Electro-optic Devices
    (topics include but are not limited to: semiconductor lasers emitting at any frequency, laser arrays, semiconductor laser modeling, modulators and other EO devices)
  • High Power Laser Technology and High Energy Density Physics
    (topics include but are not limited to: high-power laser design and construction, the physics of matter and radiation under extreme energy density conditions)
  • Solid-State Laser and Other Lasers, and Laser Materials
    (topics include, but are not limited to: spectroscopic investigations of laser media, lasers emitting at any wavelengths, modeling of lasers)
  • Applied nonlinear optics
    (topics include but are not limited to: quadratic, cubic and higher-order nonlinear processes, stimulated scattering)
  • Infrared and THz technology, and Astrophotonics
    (topics include, but are not limited to: sources and systems providing access to the far-infrared region of the spectrum, in the approximate range from 200 GHz to 10 THz, applications in astrophotonics)
  • Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics and Thin Film Optics
    (topics include but are not limited to: integrated optics, waveguides, thin films)
  • Information Optics, Optical Storage and Displays (topics include but are not limited to: optical information processing, optical data storage, optical displays)
  • Optical Communications and Networking
    (topics include, but are not limited to: long- and short-haul fiber-optic communication systems and networks; fiber nonlinearities and other transmission impairments; advanced optical modulation formats)
  • Laser Metrology and Remote Sensing
    (topics include, but are not limited to: optical devices, instruments, and technologies for precision measurements, optical standards, remote sensing)
  • Laser Processing, Laser Microfabrication, and Industrial Applications
    (topics include but are not limited to: laser machining, laser materials modification, laser deposition)
  • Laser Chemistry, Biophotonics and Applications
    (topics include but are not limited to: biomedical optics, laser medical diagnostics and therapeutics, optofluidics, state selective chemistry, time resolved chemistry, spectroscopy, chemical dynamics)
  • Fiber amplifiers, lasers, sensors and devices
    (topics include, but are not limited to: fiber lasers, CW and pulsed, Raman amplifiers, nonlinear effects in fibers, fiber sensors, fiber design, materials, fabrication, and characterization)
  • Nanophotonics
    (topics include but are not limited to: plasmonics, near-field optics, metamaterials and nanomechanics)
  • Ultrafast Optics and Photonics
    (topics include but are not limited to: ultrafast lasers, attosecond and femtosecond pulse generation, photonic switching)
  • Ultrafast Laser Science
    (topics include but are not limited to: attosecond and femtosecond processes, high field physics, high harmonic generation)
  • Quantum Optics (topics include but are not limited to: optical entanglement, quantum imaging, single photon devices)
  • Quantum Science in Atoms, Molecules and Solids
    (topics include but are not limited to: information storage, slow light, coherent control of matter)
  • Cold Atoms and Molecules
    (topics include but are not limited to: laser cooling and trapping, cold molecule formation, Bose-Einstein condensation, degenerate Fermi gases, atom optics, quantum emulation with cold atoms, ion trapping)
  • Quantum Information and Cryptography
    (topics include but are not limited to: quantum computing in atoms and ions, optical quantum computing, quantum cryptography, quantum control, quantum repeaters)
  • Precision Measurements and Fundamental Tests
    (topics include but are not limited to: ultra-high resolution spectroscopy, atomic clocks, variation of fundamental constants, measurement tests of physical principles)
  • Fundamentals of Nonlinear Optics
    (topics include but are not limited to: dynamics, instabilities and pattern formation)

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