World Optics 2019
An extraordinary boom in the present day Technology in Optics, Photonics and Lasers has made it easier for many Industries to evolve with the time and get a better acknowledgement over this specific filed. Optics in particular has got a vast history from the working place of Galileo to the experimentation of Newton. It is becoming more vibrant and everlasting field with the inventions like Lasers which could be called as a combination of optics and electronics. This has led to a development of some new materials with more properties and better durability which has given many advantages over the previous technologies. Research Centres, Scientific Laboratories, Industries and many Universities which are working specifically on this particular field are given more efforts by encouragements. This involves number of aspirants like researchers, students and scientists who are giving their contribution in this field of interest.
Optics, Photonics and Lasers education has become an important part of many sectors like Aviation, Space, Transportation, Aerospace, Medicine, Agriculture, Communication Systems, Information Management, Defence Sector and Automobile Industry.
The Idea behind the Conference…!!!
World Optics 2019 is a Conference which will be focusing on some of the key aspects of Optics, Photonics and Lasers Technology which are really influencing the present technological aspects in every single field. This Conference will be a place to have a better sharing of some of the key points which would emphasize this present technology in a very drastic manner. Along with these presentations there will be some workshops and exhibition which will be a best opportunity for some actual hands on experience of the technology.
The whole Event would be focusing on some of the main aspects which include:
- Laser Optics
- Geometric Optics
- Optoelectronic Devices and Components
- Nonlinear Optics
- Photonics in Optics
- Quantum Electrodynamics
- Optical Amplifier
- Optical Computing
- Optical Correlator
- Organic Photonics
- Optics in Military
- Optical Fiber Communications
- Fibre Optics in Medicine
- Lasers and Photonics in Optics
This is a place whose contributions in the field of Optics, Photonics and Lasers are vast. Several Universities has been working in the research activities on the related topics of optics, photonics and lasers. Some of the examples are The University of Chicago, University of ILLINOIS and many more.
In ILLINOIS, the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering is having a research group called Microelectronics and Photonics whose primary objective is to investigate Semiconductor Materials and Device Physics for developing Electronic and Photonic Devices and integrated circuits with data/energy efficient performances in terms of Speed, Power Consumption, and Functionality. Photonics Research studies Laser Devices, Detectors, Sensors, Optical Systems, and the effects of Quantum Mechanics on the behavior of Electron and Photon Interaction.
Current Projects include Research on MBE and MOCVD Ultrathin Layer and 3-D Materials, LEDs, LETs, High Speed Oxide-VCSELs and Transistor Lasers for Petabyte Data Interconnect and Communications, Silicon Photonics, Quantum-Cascade Lasers, Terahertz Transistor and Integrated Circuits, Detectors, Antennas, Sensors, MEMs Switches, Bio-MEMs, Carbon-Based Devices (Graphene and Nanotube), Excimer Laser Processes for Displays, III-V-Based MOSFETs, Nano Sphere Drug Delivery, and Cell Encapsulation.
Whereas in The University of Chicago, the main agenda of the research group UChicago Centre for Adaptive Optics is to develop, apply and disseminate adaptive Optics Science and Technology in service to Scientific Research Healthcare and Industry.
1. Laser Optics
Lasers Optics is basically optical components which are designed to use with lasers or within laser systems. Laser optics includes several other optical components such as optical lenses, optical filters, optical windows, or mirrors that have been optimized for transmitting or reflecting lasers.
2. Geometric Optics
This is the type of Optics which explains light propagation in terms of rays. In geometric optics the ray is an abstraction which is useful for approximating the paths along which the light propagates under certain circumstances.
3. Optoelectronic Devices and Components
The study and working of electronic devices or systems that source, detect and control light, with a sub-field called photonics is known as Optoelectronics. This is type of system in which the light includes invisible radiations such as infrared, UV, X-rays and Gamma rays along with invisible light. This is the type of device which has got electrical-to-optical or optical-to-electrical transducers.
4. Nonlinear Optics
It is the study of phenomenon which takes place as the consequence of the changes in the optical properties of a material system in the presence of light. Nonlinearity is typically observed at high intensities (for example those which are generated by lasers). Nonlinear optics provides the key technologies which helps in providing radiation sources in various wavelength ranges from x-rays to terahertz. These are basically used in combination with laser technology.
5. Photonics in Optics
The term photonics was first developed as an outgrowth of the practical semiconductor light emitters. It is the science which belongs to physical science department which gives the idea of light (photon) generation, detection and manipulation through various processes like transmission, emission, signal processing, modulation, amplification, switching and sensing. Light is being studied since hundred years by the scientists from which they have discovered that the colours of the rainbow are just a small part of the entire light wave range known as the electromagnetic spectrum.
6. Quantum Electrodynamics
Quantum Electrodynamics or QED is a quantum field theory of the electromagnetic force. If we take an example which has two electrons with force between them such that classical theory of electromagnetism would describe it as arising from the electric filed being produced by the electrons at the positions of other. This force can be calculated using Coulomb’s Law.
7. Optical Amplifier
An Optical Amplifier is a device which amplifies an optical signal without the need of converting into an electrical signal. Optical Amplifier is sometimes known to be a laser without an optical cavity or the one in which the feedback is being suppressed. These are basically important in optical communication and laser physics. They are also used as the optical repeaters in the long distance fiber optic cables in order to carry much of the world’s telecommunication links.
Opto-Mechanics is a category which includes optical breadboards and tables, optical mounts and construction components, mechanical devices with integrated electronics, kits that helps in buying a popular set of components which can be assembled to perform a specific function. With this large selection, opto-mechanics does not include translation and rotation stages and their controllers, instead they have their own category.
09. Optical Computing
It is a branch of optics which uses photons being produced by lasers or diodes for computation. These photons provide a higher bandwidth that the electrons which are used in the conventional computers. Most of the research activities or projects these days focus on replacing current computer components with optical equipments, resulting in an optical digital computer system processing binary data.
10. Optical Correlator
An Optical Correlator is a device which compares the two signals by utilising the Fourier transforming properties of a lens. It is generally used in optics for target tracking and identification. They have the capability to perform complex pattern recognition rapidly than the known digital techniques. Optical correlators are capable of processing large amounts of data in a data stream which can be useful in the detection, extraction and classification of desired information included in the data.
11. Organic Photonics
Organic Photonics is something which includes the generation, emission, transmission, modulation, signal processing, switching, amplification and sensing of light with help of organic optical materials. They are also known to be the photonics as information carriers which have the potential to meet the increasing demands on bandwidth and information density in the fields of information and communication technology, biomedicine and computing.
The science which involves the making of highly competitive material which can withstand aggressive conditions such that the product would be working for longer period of time without losing its efficiency. Scientists these days are working in the laboratories to invent new materials which shows some unique properties which could be seen in the nature. Some of the live examples of these Nano materials would be DNA, scales of the wings of butterflies and peacock feathers.
13. Optics in Military
Optics has a variety of applications in the field of Military. Some of the advantages of using optics are: optical fibres which are being used are lightweight, compact, flexible, reliable, inexpensive and sliceable, have high strength, strong and commercially available in very long lengths. Since, optical fibres are having frequency in terahertz range which is capable of transmitting a large bandwidth signals, having an optical attenuation as low as 0.2 dB/km with no inherent microwave loss. These fibres are easy to access free from electromagnetic interference.
14. Optical Fiber Communications
This is the technology which has a coverage of transmitting information across the nations which is almost equivalent to the areas consisting of regional, national, international and transoceanic distances. This form of communication system relies mostly on various factors like LEDs or lasers, amplifiers and wave division multiplexing (WDM) in order to transmit huge data. Thus, it is capable of transmitting the information or data among the various telecommunication networks.
15. Fibre Optics in Medicine
Since, the ancient time the use of optics has become one of the key parts in medicine and health care. Optics is basically used as an aid for having several examinations of patients which could be some therapeutic treatments or in the manufacturing of medicines.
16. Lasers and Photonics in Industries
These involves optics, fibre optics, cutting edge usage of lasers and electro optical devices in many field like health care, agriculture, home care, defence, manufacturing, aerospace, homeland security and many other. These specialized applications of this technology are all because of this highly mono-chromaticity and coherency and the ability to reach high powers.
A Detailed Study:
Optics, Photonics and Lasers is an escalating technology with a face of development at a very growing speed. In USA itself the global optical coating market, optical sensing market and optical communication market are making a subtotal of USD 8.5 Billion which is one of the largest market when compared to any other country. In the coming 10-15 years the estimations are being made to be more growing than the previous years. In the years 2017-2022 a CARG of 25% in been estimated in the Market of USA.
The demand for the Optical Sensing and Optical Communication devices is been increasing day by day such that the investments in R&D activities are also expected to increase in order to boost the market growth. Optical Sensing Devices for pressure and strain sensing applications accounted for the largest market share in the market in 2016. They have been adopted across a number of industries such as Aerospace & Defense, Utilities, and Oil & Gas. These devices use light sources such as Visible Light, Ultraviolet Light, and Infrared Light to detect environmental parameters such as Pressure and Temperature. The key feature of these devices is their accuracy in sensing and ability to withstand High Temperature and Electromagnetic Interference. Growing investments in R&D activities in the market are expected to boost the market in the coming years.
North America is expected to hold the largest market share and dominate the Optical Sensing Market between 2017 and 2023. Some of the areas where this technology is being used are Aerospace & Defence Sector, Manufacturing Industries, Automobile Industries, Medicine, Information Technology, Biotechnology and many.
With the advancement of these all sectors in USA, Optics, Photonics and Lasers has become one of the leading sectors in terms of producing huge revenue. With the growing investments in manufacturing optical fibres for optical communication market there has been a boost to 5G Technology in the region. Moreover, the rising distribution of data centres and increasing demand for higher bandwidth to accommodate advancements in Cloud Computing, High Speed Broadband Networks in Telecom, Virtualization and Big Data Applications, will propel the United States Fibre Optic Components Market further. Also, some of the renowned universities are giving a chance to have glance over the Research & Development of Optics, Photonics and Lasers. Various PhD and Masters Programs are being taught under various courses of graduation and post-graduation schemes.
The Optical Communication and Networking Market for Optical Transceivers is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period owing to the introduction and adoption of new applications such as Wearable Devices, IoT, and Cloud Computing to address the evolving consumer needs. The increasing Internet Penetration and Growing Data Traffic lead to the rapid growth of data centres along with the need for High-Speed Transmission Networks. Optical transceivers are used to upgrade telecommunications networks and launch very large mega data centres.
With these surplus contributions in this particular field, World Optics 2019 will be a best platform to have an overall experience on the technology with the attendees all over the globe.
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Top Optics and Photonics Universities Worldwide:
University of Bristol| King's College London| University of Stirling| Robert Gordon University| Cardiff University| University of Essex | University of the Arts London | University College London | University of Kent | The University of Warwick | The University of Manchester | Swansea University | Alliance Manchester Business School | Lancaster University | The University of Edinburgh | University of Cambridge | University of Oxford | University of Glasgow | Newcastle University | University of Liverpool | Loughborough University | University of Leicester | University of Surrey | University of Strathclyde | Aston University | Coventry University | University off Portsmouth | University of Hull | Northumbria University At Newcastle | University of Huddersfield | University of Central Lancashire| Leeds Beckett University | London Southbank University | University of Birmingham | University of Leeds | University of Southampton | Queen Mary University of London | University of Aberdeen | The University of Exeter | University of Bath | University of Sussex | University of Dundee | Bangor University | Keele University | University of Bradford | Plymouth University | University of Hertfordshire | University of Salford | University of Bedfordshire
George Washington University | University at Buffalo Suny | Hofstra University | Stanford University | Harvard University | California University | University of Chicago | Yale University | University of Pennsylvania | University of Michigan | University of Wisconsin-Madison | Boston University | The Ohio State University | University of South Florida | University of Central Florida | Johns Hopkins University | Northwestern University | Carnegie Mellon University | Brown University | University of Texas | Georgia Institute of Technology | University of North Carolina | Rice University | Pennsylvania State University | Washington University | University of Maryland| University of Pittsburgh | Emory University | University of Minnesota | University of Florida | University of Colorado Boulder | University of Rochester | Texas A&M University | University of Illinois | Arizona State University | Vanderbilt University | Case Western Reserve University | University of Notre Dame | Georgetown University | The University of Arizona | Tufts University | University of Massachusetts Amherst | University of Miami | North Carolina State University | Rutgers University | Indiana University | The Katz School At Yeshiva University | University of Hawaii | Northeastern University | University of Kansas | University of Utah | University of lowa | University of Connecticut | University of Delaware | Wake Forest University
Tsinghua University | Fudan University | Shanghai Jiao Tong University | Zhejiang University | Nanjing University | Huazhong University | University of Shanghai For Science and Technology | Shenzhen University | Ural Federa University | Edity Cowan University | University of Tasmania | University of Wollongong | The University of Western Australia | National University of Singapore | The University of Sydney | Novosibirsk State University | The Australian National University | Monash University | The University of Newcastle | Tomsk State University | Russian State Social University | Bond University | Deakin University | Griffith University | Korea University | Victoria University | Waseda University | University of South Australia | Curtin University | Singapore Management University | Seoul National University | The University of Adelaide | Murdoch University | University of Canberra | Western Sydney University | Lobachevsky University | University of Santo Tomas | Volgograd State University | SRM University | Effat University | Siberian Federal University | The University of Tokyo | Kyoto University | University of Bern | University of Basel | Charles University | Keio University | University of Tsukuba | University of Tartu | Kobe University | Sogang University | University of Delhi | Okayama University | Doshisha University | University of Calcutta
University of Port Elizabeth | Pan Africa Christian University | Midrand Graduate Institute | University Of Johannesburg | University Of South Wales Online Programmes through UNICAF | UNICAF University | Middlesex University Mauritius | University of the Western Cape | Rhodes University | Stellenbosch University | University of Kwazulu Natal
Optical Society of America (OSA)| New England Fiberoptic Council (NEFC)| SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics| Ontario Centre of Excellence for Photonics| Laser Institute of America (LIA)| The Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing| Indian Laser Association Optical Society of India| IEEE Lasers & Electro-Optics Society| American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery New Mexico Optics Industry Association Taiwan Optics/Optronics Manufacturers' Associationâ”‚Florida Photonics Cluster| Photonics Association (Singapore)| Photonics Industry & Technology Development Association| Australian Optical Society (AOS)| Danish Optical Society| Italian Physical Society (SIF)| Finnish Optical Society (FOS)| French Physical Society (SFP)
Edmund Optics- Optics- Imaging- Photonics- Optomechanics – Lasers| ZEISS United States of America, optical and optoelectronic technology| Meller Optics| Lasit, Franklin, MA| Messer Cutting Systems, Menomonee FallsWI| Synrad, Mukilteo, WA| AMTEC - Applied Manufacturing Technologies Inc, Anaheim, CA| Directed Light Inc, San Jose, CA| EBlink| Polatis Oxsensis KDPOF Ceravision| A.R.W. Optical Corporation| Cambrios Technologies Corp| Arroyo Instruments LLC| Electro-Optics Technology Inc| ESCO OPTICS| Infinity Photo-Optical Company | Vogelin Optical Company
Optics and Photonic Conferences:
International conferences on Photonics, Optoelectronics and Display Devices, September 19-20 2018, Philadelphia USA, 4th International Conference on Materials Physics, August 16-17 2018, London UK; 5th International Conference on Applied Physics, July 02-03, 2018, Vienna, Austria; International Conference on Molecular Physics, October 15-16, 2018, Ottawa, Canada; 4th International Conference on Astrophysics Physics, December 03-05, 2018, Chicago, Illinois, USA OSA Bio photonics Congress: Biomedical Optics, 3-6 April 2018, Hollywood, FL, United States; SPIE Photonics West 2018, 27 January - 01 February 2018, San Francisco, United States; SPIE Medical Imaging, 10-15 February, 2018, Houston, Texas, United States; SPIE Photoptics Europe, 22-26 April 2018, Strasbourg, France; SPIE Optical SystemsDesigns, 14-17 May 2018, Frankfurt, Germany; Physical Society of Hong Kong(PSHK); United Physical Society of Russian Federation (UPS RF); Australian Optical Society (AOS); Danish Optical Society; Italian Physical Society (SIF); Italian Physical Society (SIF).
Journal of Optics:
Applied Optics| Optical Materials| Journal of the Optical Society of America| Optics Express| Optics Letters| Journal of Biomedical Optics| Optics Communications| Biomedical Optics Express| Laser & Photonics Reviews| Advanced Optical Materials| Optik| Journal of the Optical Society of America A| Journal of Modern Optics| Optical Fiber Technology| Journal of Lightwave Technology| Chinese Optics Letters | Nature Photonics | Journal of Nonlinear Optical Physics & Materials| IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics| IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics| Quantum Electronics| Optical Engineering| Applied Physics B| ACS Photonics| Optics and Spectroscopy| Journal of the European Optical Society Rapid Publications| Optical| Optical Review| Physical Review A| Ukrainian Journal of Physics