UMC/Univ. of Colorado at Boulder
    Boulder, CO , United States
    23 - 26 May 2010
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    Holographic, multidimensional, near field, super resolution, hybrid recording, and other optical data storage technologies

    The 26th ODS topical meeting provides an excellent forum for exchanging information on the status, advances, and future directions in the field of optical data storage.

    The main focus of this year's meeting was technologies for the fourth generation systems: holographic, multidimensional, near field, super resolution and hybrid recording.

    The meeting concluded 26 May 2010.

    Event highlights:
     •The Conference Program, featuring top international experts 
     •Sunday Tutorials, a full day of courses taught by leaders in their fields. Topics include plasmonics, near field optical transducers, microholographics, and holographics.
     •Invited speaker talks
     •Poster presenters
     •CD-ROM conference proceedings

    Meeting Location on UCB Campus
    The meeting was held at the University Memorial Center (Building 94) in Room 235 on the University of Colorado at Boulder campus.

    A university map is included for your convenience.

    View the Program at a Glance (PDF)

    The following topics will be addressed:

    • Holographic recording
    • Multi-dimensional recording
    • Near field recording
    • Super resolution
    • Hybrid recording
    • Advanced or related technologies
    • Optical recording materials
    • Basic theory and modeling
    • Testing and characterization
    • Media
    • Components
    • Coding and signal processing
    • Drive technologies
    • Systems and applications
    • Future emerging technologies
    • Nanophotonics
    • Plasmonics
    • Spintronics
    • Biophotonics
    • Hybrid materials and devices

    View the Call for Papers (PDF)


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    Important Dates

    Early Registration Cutoff Date
    8 May 2010

    Manuscripts Due
    3 May 2010

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