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More Research, More Tech Transfer at SPIE Photonics West 2014
Date:11/15/2013

ics cover a broad range of technologies and their integration for numerous commercial applications, including silicon photonics, photonic crystals, optoelectronics, semiconductor lasers, quantum dots, and nanophotonics.

Plenary speakers are:

  •     Michal Lipson, Cornell University
  •     Ursula Keller, ETH Zurich.

LASE symposium (750 papers) topics include lasers for manufacturing, micro/nanoengineering, materials processing, and other applications; laser resonators; and fiber, solid-state, and high-power lasers, with the world's largest concentration of semiconductor laser/LED content. A new conference is on Laser 3D Manufacturing.

Plenary speakers are:

  •     Michael Mertin, JENOPTIK and Photonics21
  •     Koji Sugioka, RIKEN
  •     Michel Meunier, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal.

The 200-paper Green Photonics virtual symposium highlights the latest photonics and optoelectronics tools and materials to reduce power consumption, enable cleaner manufacturing, and create new energy generation for a broad range of applications. Topics are:

  •     Laser-assisted Manufacturing and Micro/Nano Fabrication
  •     Renewable Energy Generation: Fusion and Photovoltaics
  •     Solid State Lighting and Displays
  •     Communications.

With the solar industry stronger than ever, virtual symposium chair Stephen Eglash (Stanford University), said he expects a dynamic discussion in a panel on Green Photonics: a Solar Revolution.

Other executive panels will discuss trends in silicon photonics and photonic-integrated circuits, investing in life sciences and healthcare ventures (new t
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