Presentations on Advancing Green Photonics for Energy, Air Quality, Manufacturing, and More
SPIE Green Photonics highlights papers from OPTO and LASE that showcase the latest photonics and optoelectronic R&D that will reduce power consumption, enable cleaner manufacturing, monitor the quality of the environment, and create new energy generation for a broad range of applications.
Laser-assisted Manufacturing and Micro/Nano Fabrication Optoelectronic sensors and concentrated optical energy sources will enable precision fabrication with low waste.
Renewable Energy Generation: Fusion and Photovoltaics Small carbon footprint technologies will help meet the world's increasing demand for energy in a sustainable manner.
Environmental Monitoring and Sensing Emerging sensor and monitoring technologies will aid in the needs associated with environmental monitoring and long-term environmental stewardship.
Solid State Lighting and Displays Efficient new light sources will provide long-lived and economical illumination for human activities and information display.
Communications The next generation of optical networks will operate with increased bandwidth and reduced power consumption.
2016 SPIE Green Photonics Symposium Chair:
Stephen J. Eglash Executive Director Stanford Data Science Initiative, Stanford Univ. (United States)
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