Events Archive

Matchmaking event by Berlin Partner

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
17 September 2014 - 18 September 2014


This 2-day matchmaking event, parallel to EOSAM topical meetings and industrial exhibition, is a quick and easy way to meet potential cooperation partners.
People meet and greet at high speed.
20 minutes is usually enough to build connections, then the bell rings and the next talk starts.

Registration necessary (in addition to EOSAM registration in Conftool): http://www.b2match.eu/eosam2014

 

TOM 1 – Guided-Wave Optics

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

TOPICS

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Optical fiber fabrication and devices
  • Specialty optical fibers
  • Integrated optics: design, fabrication and devices (other than Si-photonics)
  • Guided-wave sensors, based on fibers and planar waveguides (other than Si-photonics)
  • Fiber lasers and related components and phenomena
  • Telecom optics, devices and sub-systems

CHAIRS 

  • Chair: Seppo Honkanen, University of Eastern Finland (FI)
  • Co-chair: Franko Küppers, Darmstadt University of Technology (DE)

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

  • Gualtiero Nunzi Conti, di Fisica Applicata Nello Carrara (IT)
  • Matthieu Roussey, University of Eastern Finland (FI)
  • Nadège Courjal, FEMTO-ST Institute (FR)
  • Robert Norwood, University of Arizona (US)
  • Karl-Friedrich Klein, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen (DE)

INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Emiliano Descrovi, DISAT - Politecnico di Torino (IT): Light manipulation through surface modes in dielectric multilayers
  • Goëry Genty, Tampere University of Technology (FI): Rogue waves in Optics
  • Jean-Emmanuel Broquin, IMEP-LAHC, Grenoble (FR): Glass integrated optics: from telecom to sensors
  • Maria-Pilar Bernal, FEMTO-ST, Besancon (FR): Lithium Niobate Nanophotonics: When Optics beats technology
  • Nasser Peyghambarian, University of Arizona (US): New hand-held fiber lasers and their applications in biomedical applications
  • Stefan Wabnitz, Università di Brescia (IT): Optical turbulence and synchronisation in fiber lasers
  • Zhipei Sun, Aalto University (FI): Modulating light with 2D materials

TOM 5 – Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics: Fundamentals and Applications

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

TOPICS

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Photonic crystals and wires, optical microcavities, slow light
  • Subwavelength metal surfaces, plasmonic crystals
  • Transport in quasiperiodic and random photonic systems
  • Negative- and zero- refractive index and other metamaterial concepts
  • Active and tunable optical metamaterials
  • Electromagnetic field confinement and enhancement
  • Evanescent fields and optical imaging
  • Nanomanipulation with light
  • Quantum and nonlinear optics in nanostructures, optical antennas
  • Nanophotonics for energy conversion applications
  • Nanophotonics for bio- and chemo-sensing applications
  • Theory and modelling for nanophotonics and metamaterials

CHAIRS

  • Chair: Philippe Lalanne, Institute d’Optique (FR)
  • Co-chairs: Larry Yuan, Shenzhen University China (CN)
                    Paul Urbach, Delft University of Technology (NL)

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

  • Anatoly Zayats, King’s College London (UK)
  • Cefe López, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (CSIC) (ES)
  • Concita Sibilia, Sapienza University of Rome (IT)
  • J.J. Greffet, Institut d´Optique (FR)
  • Joseph Braat, Delft University of Technology (NL)
  • Larry Yuan, Shenzen University (CN)
  • Paul Urbach, Delft University of Technology (NL)

PLENARY SPEAKER

  • Martin Wegener, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) (DE)

INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Jaime Gómez Rivas, Eindhoven University of Technology (NL) (Joint invited talk with TOM 10)
  • Javier Garcia de Abajo, ICFO (ES)
  • Jesper Mork, Technical University of Denmark (DK)
  • Lei Zhou, Fudan University (CN)
  • Mario Agio, National Institute of Optics (CNR-INO) (IT)
  • Martin Van Exter, Leiden University (NL)
  • Pavel Belov, ITMO St. Petersburg (RU) (not confirmed)
  • Geoffroy Lerosey, Institut Langevin - ESPCI ParisTech and CNRS (FR): Locally Resonant Metamaterials: Focusing, Imaging and Manipulating Waves at the Deep Subwavelength Scale
  • Uwe Zeitner, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering (DE)

 

TOM 10 – Diffractive Optics

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

Topical meetings in Diffractive Optics in this series have been organized on eight occasions before, in most cases under the auspices of EOS (Savonlinna 1997, Jena 1999, Budapest 2001, Oxford 2003, Warsaw 2005, Barcelona 2007, Koli 2010, Delft 2012). This time, Diffractive Optics has been added as one new TOM in the 2014 EOSAM.
Contributions are solicited on all areas of Diffractive Optics and all application fields are concerned, including life sciences, sensing, solid state lighting, and solar photonics.

TOPICS

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Modelling of diffractive optics
  • Diffractive optics and polarization
  • Scattering by diffractive optical elements
  • Inverse problems in diffraction optics
  • Fabrication and characterisation, measurement and inspection
  • Adaptive and switchable diffractive optics
  • New materials for diffractive optics including metamaterials

CHAIRS

  • Pierre Chavel, Institut d’Optique (FR)
  • Jari Turunen,  University of Eastern Finland (FI)

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

  • Benfeng Bai, Tsinghua University (CN)
  • Pedro Andrés Bou, Universtitat de València (ES) 
  • Uwe Zeitner, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering (DE)
  • Yves Jourlin, Université Jean Monnet/ CNRS (FR)

PLENARY SPEAKER

  • Webster Cash, University of Colorado (US): Advanced Astronomical Observatories Using Binary Diffractive Optics

INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Andrew Forbes, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (ZA): Customised laser modes by dynamic and geometric phase control
  • Gladys Minguez-Vega, Universitat Jaume I (ES): Shaping femtosecond beams with spatial light modulators
  • Jaime Gómez Rivas, Eindhoven University of Technology (NL) (Joint invited talk with TOM 5)
  • Juan Liu, Beijing Institute of Technology (CN): Design and fabrication of the diffractive optical elements on curved surface by interference
  • Piotr Wróbel, University of Warsaw (PL): Diffraction grating-coupled plasmon-polariton surface waves
  • Toyohiko Yatagai, Utsunomiya University (JP): Full view-angle 3D display with computer-generated holograms based on rigorous diffraction theory

First EOSAM summer school

Location: 
SUMMER SCHOOL LOCATION CHANGED!
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014

SUMMER SCHOOL LOCATION CHANGED!

1) HZB/BESSY, Lecture Hall (Room No. 3147)     Albert-Einstein-Straße 15,
12489 Berlin-Adlershof (6 minutes walk from EOSAM location)

2) ADLERSHOF CON. VENT.
RUDOWER CHAUSSEE 17, 12489 Berlin-Adlershof
Room: Newton

The registration will open at 8am on Monday morning at HZB Bessy Lobby (Albert-Einstein-Strasse 15), next to the lecture hall.    


EOSAM 2014 will include for the first time a Summer School on "Novelties in OPTICS and PHOTONICS".

The Summer school will be held on Monday 15th September and is kindly hosted by PTB. The Summer School will include 10 tutorials on topics related to the main sessions (also called TOMs) of EOSAM 2014. The objective is to teach the backgrounds followed by main current applications related to the upcoming TOMs.

TOM 2 – Silicon Photonics

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

TOPICS

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Design, simulation and fabrication for Si-photonics
  • Optical interconnects
  • High speed, low power PICs
  • Monolithic or hybrid (CMOS-compatible) optical sources and detectors (SiGe, III/V, alt. Mat. etc.)
  • Optical computing
  • Monolithic or hybrid fabrication for photonic structures on Si (3D-Laser-litho¬grahy and nano-imprint, etc.)
  • Nano photonics tailored for Si-Photonics (Photonic Crystals, nonlinear optics, etc.)
  • Assembly and packaging
  • Future Si-photonic manufacturing (e.g. foundry concepts or alternative approaches)

CHAIRS

  • Chair: Ralf Bergmann, Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik (BIAS) (DE)
  • Co-Chair: Graham Reed, University of Southampton (GB)

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

  • Antti Säynätjoki, Aalto University (FI)
  • Concita Sibilia, University of Rome (IT)
  • Franz Hutter, Institut für Mikroelektronik Stuttgart (IMS CHIPS), Stuttgart (DE)
  • Gunter Roelkens, Ghent University (BE) 
  • José Capmany, ITEAM Research Institute Universidad Politecnica de Valencia (ES)
  • Klaus Petermann, Technical University, Berlin (DE)
  • Mike Wale, Oclaro Technology Plc. (UK)
  • Roberta Ramponi, Politecnico di Milano (IT)
  • Seppo Honkanen, University of Eastern Finland (FI)
  • Stefan Maier, Imperial College London (GB)
  • Walter Lang, IMSAS, University Bremen (DE)

PLENARY SPEAKER

  • Bert Offrein, IBM Research, Rüschlikon (CH): Photonics for computing applications and the need for electro-optical integration

INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Dries van Thourhout, University of Ghent (BE): III-V integration on silicon: monolithic or bonding?
  • Ivo Rendina, Institute of Microelectronics and Microsystems of CNR-Italy, Napoli (IT): New perspectives in silicon micro and nanophotonics
  • Lars Zimmermann, Leibniz-Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik (IHP), Frankfurt Oder (DE): High-speed photonic electronic integration on silicon for telecom and metro networks
  • Lionel Kimerling, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge (US): The future of Silicon Photonics
  • Martijn Heck, Aarhus University (DK): Integration of Ultra-Low Loss Waveguides with Silicon Photonics    
  • Pol Van Dorpe, IMEC Leuven (BE): CMOS compatible biophotonics based on SiN waveguides

ePIXfab workshop: Fabrication and packaging services in silicon photonics

14:40 EPIC and ePIXfab: How the European industry can exploit silicon photonics?
•         Carlos Lee, EPIC
14:55 Past, present and future of ePIXfab
•         Pieter Dumon, IMEC
15:10 Active & passive waveguide circuits on 220 nm SOI from IMEC and Leti
•         Pieter Dumon, IMEC
15:25 Silicon photonics developed on a SiGe:C BiCMOS pilot line
•         Lars Zimmermann, IHP
15:40 Micron-scale SOI platform for low-loss circuits and broadband I/O coupling
•         Timo Aalto, VTT
15:55 Packaging of silicon photonic chips
•         Timo Aalto, VTT

TOM 7 – Energy Harvesting and Organic Photonics

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

TOPICS

Topics include but are not limited to: 

  • Spectroscopy of functional organic materials 
  • Organic lasers and optical amplifiers 
  • Organic photonics: self-assembled vs top-down patterning 
  • OLEDs and OLETs 
  • Transport and conduction in organic devices 
  • Spectroscopy of functional organic materials 
  • Photovoltaics, dye-sensitised solar cells and photodetectors 
  • Organic optical or electrical sensors 
  • Organic micro and nano-cavities, organic photonic crystals 
  • Hybrid organic / inorganic systems / biological devices and systems 
  • Theory of optical and electronic excitations 

CHAIRS

  • Chair: Guglielmo Lanzani, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, (IT)
  • Co-chairs: David Lidzey, University of Sheffield (GB)
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TOM 11 – Special session for partners in an EU project to disseminating their results

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

TOPICS

Any topic of optics and photonics is acceptable in principle. Projects that have led to a prototype product are in particular encouraged to apply.  Applications by submitting a two page abstract via the website www.conftool.com/eosam2014 indicating that the submission is for TOM 11. 

Please describe in the abstract the title and the aim of the project, the relevant EU call and the main results of the project. Furthermore, please list the proposed oral presentations (typically 3-4) and the presenters. Also briefly describe the contents of these presentations in the abstract. 

CHAIRS

  • Paul Urbach, Delft University of technology (NL)
  • Seppo Honkanen, University of Eastern Finland (FI)

 

TOM 3 – Optical System Design and Tolerancing

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

Future trends in Optical Design with regard to Technology and Application

TOPICS

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Optical & optomechanical system design
  • Tolerances
  • Error budgeting
  • Technological and manufacturing aspects
  • Alignment strategies
  • Digital correction means
  • Cost considerations
  • Standardization
  • Including both imaging and non-imaging optics (with applications in lighting)

CHAIRS

  • Chair: Wilhelm Ulrich, Carl Zeiss AG (DE)
  • Co-chair: Kimio Tatsuno, Koga Research Institute Inc., Tokyo (JP)

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

  • Andrew Wood, Qioptiq (UK)
  • Irina Livshits, NRU-ITMO, University of St. Petersburg (RU)
  • Julius Muschaweck, ARRI (DE)
  • Jyrki Kimmel, Nokia (FI)
  • Kimio Tatsuno, Koga Research Institute Inc., Tokyo (JP)
  • Rob Bates, Five Focal LLC (US)
  • Ruben Mohedano, LPI (ES)
  • Rung-Ywan Tsai, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Hsinchu (TW)
  • Stefan Bäumer, TNO (NL)
  • Wilbert Ijzermann, Philips Lighting (NL)
  • Wilhelm Ulrich, Carl Zeiss AG (DE)
  • Wolfgang Vollrath, KLA-Tencor (DE)
  • Yasuhiro Ohmura, Nikon (JP)
  • Yongtian Wang, Beijing Institute of Technology (CN)

PLENARY SPEAKER

  • David Shafer, Shaferlens (US): The Evolution of a New High NA Broad Spectrum Catadioptric Design

INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Alexander Epple, Carl Zeiss SMT AG (DE): Optics design with free form surfaces
  • Alois Herkommer, Universität Stuttgart (DE): The Larange Invariant- a bridge between imaging and illumination design
  • Andy Harvey, University of Glasgow (GB): Broadening the design focus with computational imaging
  • Anurag Gupta, Google (US)
  • Chir Weei Chang, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Hsinchu (TW): Optical design and tolerancing of plenoptical camera
  • David Aikens, Savvy Optics (US): Overview about standardization in optics 
  • Dewen Cheng & Yongtian Wang, Beijing Institute of Technology (CN): Optical design and evaluation of large-magnification and high-definition rigid endoscope
  • Jan ten Thije Boonkkamp, Technical University of Eindhoven (NL): Monge-Ampere equation in illumination optics
  • Jannick Rolland, University of Rochester (US): Design of a Manufacturable Freeform Three-Mirror Imaging Telescope
  • John Rogers, Synopsys (US) 
  • Keishi Kubo, Panasonic Corp. (JP): Metrology for Asphere and Freeform optics by UA3P
  • Kevin Thompson, Synopsys (US)
  • Koichi Takahashi,  Olympus Corp. Tokyo (JP): Optical Design for the wearable head mount display
  • Massimiliano Pindo, TPI, Dresden (DE): Photomask challenges of EUV technology
  • Oliver Dross, Philips Lighting (NL): Köhler integration in color mixing collimators
  • Peter Brick, Osram (DE): Progress in High-luminance LEDs to benefit Etendue-critical Systems
  • Stephan Berlitz, Audi AG (DE): Optics for car lighting application
  • Takashi Inoue, Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. (JP): Wavefront control technology using spatial light modulator in bio and medical imaging
  • Thomas Nobis, Carl Zeiss AG (DE): A surface-resolved approach for analysis and correction of secondary color 
  • Toyohiko Yatagai, Utsunomiya University of Tokyo (JP): Optical mass storage based on polarization holography
  • Willem Vos, University of Twente (NL): Scattering of light in LED’s
  • Wolfgang Vollrath, KLA-Tencor (DE): Optical Design and Manufacturing Requirements for High- Performance Microscope Objectives
  • Zenta Ushiyama, Tyco Corp. (JP): Optical design for illumination systems

 

TOM 8 – Active and Adaptive Optics

Location: 
Berlin Adlershof, Germany
Part of: 
EOSAM 2014
Duration: 
15 September 2014 - 19 September 2014
Submission Timeframe: 
28 February 2014 - 4 April 2014

Scope of this topical meeting is to bring together different fields of expertise in the fundamentals as well as in application of adaptive and active optics. Such applications are mainly but not limited to microscopy, beam-shaping, imaging in scattering media, metrology, medical applications and astronomy. Special emphasis will be put on the enabling technologies for such applications. 
Thus, novel adaptive optical elements, algorithms and sensors to generate the required signal and the required optical setup for their proper system integration will be the focus of this topical meeting.

Furthermore, this platform is dedicated to bring together researchers from universities and institutes with industrial representatives fabricating adaptive optical elements and costumers offering products applying adaptive optical technology. Hence, this event is dedicated to provide an inspiring atmosphere to discuss and generate promising future applications within this field.

TOPICS

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Astronomy    
  • Microscopy
  • Adaptive and active optics for imaging
  • Adaptive and active optics for sensing
  • Adaptive and active optics for manufacturing
  • Adaptive and active optics for non-imaging in particular lighting and illumination

CHAIRS

  • Chair: Joerg Petschulat, Carl Zeiss AG (DE)
  • Co-chair: Allard Mosk, University of Twente (NL)

PLENARY SPEAKER

  • Allard Mosk, University of Twente (NL)

INVITED SPEAKERS

  • Alexander Rohrbach, University of Freiburg (DE)
  • Alfredo Dubra, Medical College of Wisconsin (US)
  • Changhuei Yang, California Institute of Technology (US)
  • Martin Booth, University of Oxford (GB)
  • Michel Verhaegen, Delft Center for Systems and Control (NL)
  • Christoph Skupsch, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, Dresden (DE): Deeper insight with MEMS based illumination