• Structured Light
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    OPIE Exhibition
    Abstract Submission Guidelines, Program Placement, and Publication
Pacifico Yokohama
Yokohama, Japan
23 - 26 April 2019
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SPIE Structured Light at Opitcs and Photonics International Congress 2019 | SPIE Call for Papers

SPIE Structured Light, part of OPIC
Organized within OPIC—Optics and Photonics International Congress, along with eleven other topical conferences on advanced photonics, SPIE Structured Light includes three related conferences on topics of optical trapping, biomedical imaging, and optical metrology.

Joint sessions will focus on structured light and measurement techniques for sensing and imaging in biological material. Read the detailed call for papers to choose the conference topic that matches your latest research. Submit your abstract to one of the SPIE Structured Light conferences and make plans to participate at the meeting next April.

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Important dates

Abstracts Due
30 January 2019

Accepted 2-page abstracts
will be published in the SPIE Digital Library

Author notification
18 February 2019

Download the SPIE Structured Light Call for Papers PDF

See where your research fits to submit your latest work

5th Optical Manipulation Conference

The Optical Trapping and Structured Materials Conference looks at optical tweezers, pulse and beam shaping, and applications of structured optical fields.

 Join OMC19 invited speakers
 • Peter Barker, University College London (United Kingdom): "Levitated optomechanics for fundamental physics"
 • Marco Capitanio, Univ. of Florence (France)
 • Kishan Dholakia, Univ. St. Andrews (United Kingdom): “History of Optical Manipulation” (Special Tutorial Talk)
 • Andrew Forbes, Univ. of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)
 • Sergey Kudryashov, Lebedev Physics Institute (Russia): “Self-consistent symmetries of structured ultrafast laser fields and plasmonic nanostructures for optimal laser coupling and sensing”
 • Fernando Monteiro, Yale Univ. (United States)
 • Rubén Ramos-García, Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica y Electrónica (Mexico)

Biomedical Imaging and Sensing Conference

The Biomedical Imaging and Sensing Conference examines advanced microscopy, spectroscopy, and tomography for next-generation biomedical imaging. Joint sessions will illustrate structured light techniques for sensing and imaging in biological material.

Optical Technology and Measurement for Industrial Applications

Micro- and nano-scale metrology and inspection for advanced optical systems.

Conference Chairs

Conference Chairs