SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre
14-17 April 2014
SPIE Photonics Europe, the premier European optics and photonics R&D conference, brings together multiple disciplines, technologies, and perspectives from across Europe and around the world.
More than 1,200 technical presentations, on topics such as:
- Micro/nano technologies
- Organic photonics
- Highly integrated and functional photonic components
- Advances in laser and amplifier technologies
- Photonics in industrial applications
- Quantum optics
- Laser sources and applications
- Neurophotonics -- NEW session topic
Hot Topics speakers:
- John Dudley, Université de Franche-Comté: International Year of Light 2015
- Wolfgang Boch, European Commission Photonics Unit: Horizon 2020 and the Photonics Public-Private Partnership
- Raymond Beausoleil, Hewlett-Packard Labs: integrated photonics
- Brian Wilson, University of Toronto: nanoparticle-enabled endoscopy
- John Sipe, University of Toronto: quantum nonlinear optics
- Frank Koppens, ICFO-Institute of Photonic Sciences: graphene quantum nano-optoelectronics
- Marc Sciamanna, Supélec, OPOTEL and LMOPS: laser diode dynamics
- Michal Lipson, Cornell University: silicon photonics
Photonics Innovation Village, showcasing 13 competing technology transfer projects judged by representatives of the European Commission Photonics Unit, SPIE, Photonics21, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, a bank or venture capital company, and a large European photonics company.
- Industry Perspectives Programme: executive briefings on markets and business opportunities for photonics technology and applications
- "Finding Partners for Horizon 2020" workshop
- SCHOTT Workshop, on properties of optical glass and special optical materials
- Photonics4Life "Interdisciplinary Workshop of Biophotonics"
- FP7-STREP-Smartfiber Workshop, on fibre Bragg grating sensors and interrogators
- "Getting Hired in 2014 and Beyond" workshop
Two-day exhibition (15-16 April) with approximately 70 photonics applications developers and suppliers
General chairs: Francis Berghmans, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Ronan Burgess, European Commission Joint Research Centre; Jürgen Popp, Institute of Photonic Technology Jena; Peter Hartmann, SCHOTT
Honorary Chair: Hugo Thienpoint, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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