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European Meet on Laser, Optics & Photonics, will be organized around the theme “Inspiring the Innovation Through Laser & Optics”
Laser Photonics 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Laser Photonics 2019
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In Physics, Physical Optics or Wave optics, is the branch of Optics which is the studies interference, diffraction, polarization, and other phenomena for which the ray approximation of geometric optics is not valid. This practice inclines not to include effects such as quantum noise in optical communication, which is studied in the subsidiary of coherence theory.
- Track 1-1Theoretical solid-state optics
- Track 1-2Quantum information and control
- Track 1-3Ultrafast Lasers
- Track 1-4Quantum Nano-Optics
- Track 1-5Theoretical-computational optical physics and applied mathematics
- Track 1-6Optical Geometrics
- Track 1-7Quantum Gases
Quantum optics is the field of quantum physics that deals with specifically in the interaction of photons with matter. The study of individual photons is crucial that to understanding the behaviour of electromagnetic waves as a whole.
The word "quantum" refers that the smallest amounts of any physical entity that can be interact with another object. Quantum physics, therefore, deals with the smallest particles; these are amazingly tiny sub-atomic particles which behave in the unique ways.
- Track 2-1Quantum Science and Technology
- Track 2-2Classical Optics
- Track 2-3Quantum Electronics
- Track 2-4Nonclassical light
- Track 2-5Optical phase space
- Track 2-6Optical physics
- Track 2-7Quantization of the electromagnetic field
- Track 2-8Spinplasmonics
- Track 2-9Valleytronics
Optical networking is a means of communication that uses signals encoded onto light to transmit information among various nodes of a telecommunications network. They operate from the limited range of a local-area network (LAN) or over a wide-area network (WAN), which can cross metropolitan and regional areas all the way to national, international and transoceanic distances. It is a form of optical communication that relies on optical amplifiers, lasers or LEDs and wave division multiplexing (WDM) to transmit large quantities of data, generally across fiber-optic cables. Because it is capable of achieving extremely high bandwidth, it is an enabling technology for today’s Internet and the communication networks that transmit the vast majority of all human and machine-to-machine information.
- Track 3-1Erbium-Doped Optical Amplifier
- Track 3-2Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (WDM)
- Track 3-3Coaxial Cable
- Track 3-4Optical Splitter
Optics & Photonics for Energy & the Environment focuses to monitoring and controlling the generation of energy and its impact over the environment. Optical techniques and instrumentation are used for monitoring, sensing, and transmitting information relating to energy and the environment. Special emphasis will be on sensor devices for the energy, environment, and pollution monitoring, energy usage and transmission (including smart grid technology), and energy efficiency in industry.
- Track 4-1Solid-state Lighting
- Track 4-2Fourier Transform Spectroscopy
- Track 4-3Hyperspectral Imaging and Sounding of the Environment
- Track 4-4Optics and Photonics for the Environment
- Track 4-5Optics in Solar Energy
Optics is the branch of physics which involves the behavior and properties of light, including in its interactions with matter and the construction of the instruments that use or detect it. Optics usually describes the behavior of visible, ultraviolet, and infrared lights. Because light is an electromagnetic wave, other forms of the electromagnetic radiation such as X-rays, microwaves, and radio waves exhibit similar properties.
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- Track 5-1Optical Fibre
- Track 5-2Linear Optics
- Track 5-3Optical Coatings
- Track 5-4Precision fabrication
- Track 5-5Microscopes and telescopes
- Track 5-6Optical materials and substrates
- Track 5-7Optics for astronomy
Laser science is mainly concerned with Quantum Electronics, Laser Construction, Optical cavity design, the physics of producing a population inversion in laser media, and the sequential evolution of the light field in the laser. It is also concerned with the physics of laser beam propagation, particularly the physics of Gaussian beams, with laser applications, and with associated fields such as Nonlinear Optics and Quantum Optics.
- Track 6-1MID-IR, quantum cascade and THZ lasers
- Track 6-2Plasma Technologies
- Track 6-3Fibre Lasers and Its Applications
- Track 6-4Waveguide lasers
- Track 6-5High Intensity lasers
- Track 6-6Quantum information and measurement
- Track 6-7Semiconductor/diode lasers and LEDs
- Track 6-8Type-II quantum-well and super lattice lasers
- Track 6-9Gas lasers, chemical lasers and excimer lasers
MASER stands for Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Microwaves are a type of electromagnetic radiation that fall on the long wavelength side of the electromagnetic spectrum. Microwaves have a shorter wavelength than radio waves but a longer wavelength than the colours we can be seen in visible light.
LASER is actually stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Blackbody radiation refers to a cavity that absorbs all the radiation that falls upon it and re-emits part of this radiation in a proportion of quantized energy. Max Planck made this discovery. It was one of the founding discoveries in quantum physics (the physics of the subatomic world). This study of blackbody radiation led Einstein to discover the phenomenon of stimulated emission.
Research in this field new shows that we can use the Laser Technology to develop some great innovations for space, Medical and Other related fields.
- Track 7-1Astrophysical maser
- Track 7-2Atomic beam masers
- Track 7-3Gas masers
- Track 7-4Solid state masers
- Track 7-5Dual noble gas maser
- Track 7-6Gas lasers
- Track 7-7Chemical lasers
- Track 7-8Excimer lasers
- Track 7-9Solid-state lasers
Lasers are devices that produce the intense beams of light which are monochromatic, coherent, and extremely collimated. The wavelength (colour) of laser light is extremely pure (monochromatic) when compared to other sources of light, and all of the photons (energy) that make up the laser beam have a fixed phase connection (coherence) with respect to one alternative. Light from a laser typically has very low in deviation. Where it can travel over great distances or can be focused on a very small spot with a brightness which exceeds that of the sun. Because of these properties, lasers are used in a wide variety of applications in all paces of life.
- Track 8-1Fiber lasers
- Track 8-2Photonic crystal lasers
- Track 8-3Semiconductor lasers
- Track 8-4Dye lasers
- Track 8-5Free-electron lasers
- Track 8-6Exotic media
Modulight lasers are positioned in the medical applications field from surgery to non-invasive therapeutic procedures. Semiconductor of lasers are wavelength of versatile and offer a high level of customization of the output power and beam delivery. Modulight medical lasers are engineered in the way from the user interface to hardware and annual calibration for the specific needs of the medical products. Customer applications include Photo Dynamic Therapy (PDT), Photo Dynamic Detection (PDD) and non-surgical treatment for the varicose veins, dentistry or therapeutic and cosmetic treatments.
- Track 9-1Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)
- Track 9-2Low level laser Therapy
- Track 9-3Dentistry
- Track 9-4Surgery
- Track 9-5Photodynamic Therapy
- Track 9-6Photomedicine
Laser Optics are optical components designed for the use with the lasers or within the laser systems. Laser Optics often features damage thresholds that are compatible with certain types of laser. Laser Optics utilizes specific substrates, coatings, or a combination of the two to achieve high performance at designated laser wavelengths. Laser Optics includes the optical components such as optical lenses, optical filters, optical windows, or mirrors that have been optimized for transmitting or reflecting lasers.
- Track 10-1Optics and Lasers in Medicine
- Track 10-2Laser a Source of Lights
- Track 10-3Laser Technology in Nano
- Track 10-4MID-IR, quantum cascade and THZ lasers
- Track 10-5Ultrafast chemical dynamics
- Track 10-6Waveguide lasers
Photonics is the physical science of light (photon) generation, detection, and manipulation through emission, transmission, modulation, signal processing, switching, amplification, and sensing. Though covering all the light's technical applications over the whole spectrum, most photonic applications are in the range of visible and near-infrared light. The term photonics developed as an outgrowth of the first practical of semiconductor light emitters.
- Track 11-1Biophotonics and Neurophotonics
- Track 11-2Graphene and 2D materials
- Track 11-3Photonic Crystal Materials and Devices
- Track 11-4Organic Phontonics
- Track 11-5Silicon Photonics
- Track 11-6Photonics for Solar Energy Systems
- Track 11-7Green Photonics
- Track 11-8Integrated Photonics
Photonics developed as an outgrowth of the first applied semiconductor light emitters. Photonics also relates to the developing science of quantum information. Photonics science consists of the emission, generation, modulation, transmission; signal processing, amplification, switching, and detection/sensing of light. However covering all light technical applications over the entire spectrum, most photonic applications are in the range of near-infrared light and visible.
- Track 12-1Optronics/optoelectronics
- Track 12-2Organic Photonics
- Track 12-3Photonics mast (on submarines)
- Track 12-4Power Photonics and green Photonics
- Track 12-5Display Technology
- Track 12-6Photonics crystals and Photonic Crystal Fibres
- Track 12-7Photodectors/ Sensors and Imaging
- Track 12-8Photonics and Ultrafast Electronics
- Track 12-9Photonics Materials and Devices
Nano-Photonics or Nano-Optics is the investigation of the conduct of light on the nanometre scale, and of the collaboration of nanometre-scale substances with light. It is a branch of optics, optical building, electrical designing and also nanotechnology. It regularly (yet not only) contains metallic segments, which can transport and concentrate light by means of surface Plasmon Polari tons. The expression "Nano-Optics", simply like the expression "Optics", more often than not concerns bright, noticeable, and close infrared light (free-space wavelength around 300-1200 nanometres).
- Track 13-1Photonic Nanomaterials
- Track 13-2Magneto-Optical Nanomaterials
- Track 13-3Quantum dots
- Track 13-4Nonlinear Nano-optics
- Track 13-5Spectroscopy of NanoStructures
- Track 13-6Metamaterials
- Track 13-7NanoPlasmonics
- Track 13-8NanoDevices
- Track 13-9Applications of Nanotechnology in Optics
The term BioPhotonics denotes a permutation of biology and photonics, with photonics being the science and technology of generation, manipulation, and detection of photons, quantum units of light. Photonics is related to electronics and photons. Photons play a central role in information technologies such as fibre optics the way electrons do in electronics.
- Track 14-1Graphene Technology and NanoFabrication
- Track 14-2Photo detectors/solar cells
- Track 14-3Biosensing
Photonics is covering all light technical applications over the whole spectrum, most photonic applications are in the range of near-infrared light and visible. Other developing fields include opto-atomics, in which it integrates both photonic and atomic devices for applications such as precision timekeeping, metrology, navigation and Polari tonics, which vary from photonics in that the important information carrier is a polarizing, which is a mixture of phonons and photons, and operates in the range of frequencies from 300 gigahertz to almost 10 terahertz.
- Track 15-1Workforce Development and Education
- Track 15-2Electronic-Photonic Design Automation
- Track 15-3Photonic Sensors
- Track 15-4Integrated Silicon Photonics