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ELOS 2021

Mark J Prandolini, Speaker at Mark J Prandolini: Speaker for Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Mark J Prandolini, Co-Founder of Class 5 Photonics GmbH, University of Hamburg, Germany

A review is presented of current high power, femtosecond (< 100fs), laser systems at mid-infrared (MIR-IR) wavelengths (3 – 12 nm), pumped by Yb-based solid-state lasers. The technology used to achieve a high-power laser source is optical parametric chirped-pulse amplifi [....] » Read More

Vladimir G Chigrinov, Speaker at Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Vladimir G Chigrinov, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

Photoalignment and photopatterning has been proposed and studied for a long time. Light is responsible for the delivery of energy as well as phase and polarization information to materials systems. It was shown that photoalignment azodye materials could provide high quality align [....] » Read More

Xiangping Li, Speaker at Xiangping Li: Speaker for Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Xiangping Li, Jinan University, China

The electromagnetic radiation in the vicinity of metallic nanoparticles or nanostructures can be concentrated and confined to a region with sizes far smaller than the wavelength. Consequently, the augmented electric fields can lead to a variety of amplified photophysical or photo [....] » Read More

Arya Fallahi, Speaker at Arya Fallahi: Speaker for Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Arya Fallahi, ETH Zurich and IT’IS Foundation, Switzerland

Inverse Compton scattering (ICS) sources also named as optical undulator radiation sources are one of the promising compact tools to generate short wavelength radiation from electron beams based on the relativistic Doppler effect. Nonetheless, these sources suffer from a few shor [....] » Read More

Masahiko Kondow, Speaker at Masahiko Kondow: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Masahiko Kondow, Osaka University, Japan

By the analogy of inter-chip optical interconnects, the target density for intra-chip optical interconnects is estimated to be 10 Pbps/cm2. This value may not be possible anymore by so called Si-photonics that is the state-of-the-art technology, because its target density is as s [....] » Read More

Junjie Wu, Speaker at Junjie Wu: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Junjie Wu, National University of Defense Technology, China

Applications of quantum walks can depend on the number, exchange symmetry and indistinguishability of the particles involved, and the underlying graph structures where they move. Here, we show that silicon photonics, by exploiting an entanglement-driven scheme, can realize quantu [....] » Read More

Ligang Huang, Speaker at Ligang Huang: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Ligang Huang, Chongqing University, China

With excellent properties of the high purity spectrum and long coherent length, narrow-linewidth lasers can be applied in many fields, such as optical quantum information, low-noise microwave generation, high-resolution spectroscopy, precise sensing, high-speed optical coherent c [....] » Read More

Jin Li, Speaker at Jin Li: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Jin Li, Northeastern University, China

In this presentation, several kinds of microfiber sensors were proposed based on that the strong evanescent field of micron optical fiber is sensitive to the changes of the external environment. The related temperature, gas and load sensing performance has been experimentally dem [....] » Read More

Andriy Shevchenko, Speaker at Andriy Shevchenko: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Andriy Shevchenko, Aalto University, Finland

Imaging techniques based on optical correlation measurements and using spatially incoherent illumination have been shown to be able to reduce the effect of optical aberrations. One of such techniques is classical ghost imaging based on spatial intensity correlations in two optica [....] » Read More

Nabamita Goswami, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Nabamita Goswami, National Institute of Technology Agartala, India

With the experimental validation, a new approach towards the wave theory based fiber optic biosensor using Gaussian beam for early detection of breast cancer is explored, in a multilayered fiber structure. This structure comprises an unclad multimode fiber with a core diameter of [....] » Read More

Sukhdev Roy, Speaker at Sukhdev Roy: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Sukhdev Roy, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, India

One of the greatest scientific challenge is to understand the working of the brain, the most complex system in the universe. Optogenetics has revolutionized neuroscience research by enabling control of genetically modified neurons in culture, tissue and living animals with light. [....] » Read More

Yuri B Ovchinnikov, Speaker at Yuri B. Ovchinnikov: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Yuri B Ovchinnikov, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom

Coherent guiding of atoms in two-colour evanescent light fields of two main single modes of suspended optical rib waveguides is investigated theoretically. Special attention is paid to waveguides of widths larger than the wavelength of light, which provide better lateral stabilit [....] » Read More

Victor Z Han, Speaker at Victor Z Han: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Victor Z Han, University of Washington, United States

This experiment was designed to examine the responses of different cell types to photostimulation in the same functional system in an optogenetic model. A Cre-mediated genetic approach was utilized to generate mice in which channelrhodopsin-2 (ChR2), fused with a fluorescent repo [....] » Read More

Nunzio Cennamo, Speaker at Nunzio Cennamo: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Nunzio Cennamo, University Of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy

Several developed low-cost, highly sensitive, and simple to realize and to use plasmonic sensor configurations are here presented. In particular, the presented sensor configurations are based on polymer waveguides, such as polymer optical fibers and planar waveguides, that excite [....] » Read More

Fatima Zahra Siyouri, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Fatima Zahra Siyouri, Mohamed V university, Morocco

We analyze theoretically the Wigner function negativity for thermal density matrix of analogous and equidistant two coupled semiconductor quantum dots at different temperatures. In this respect, we explore the quantum influences of the temperature, the external electric field, th [....] » Read More

Mohamed Hamdy Naeem, Speaker at Mohamed Hamdy Naeem: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Mohamed Hamdy Naeem, Arab Academy For Science, Egypt

Modern societies pay great attention to improving the lives and comforts of their citizens. Perhaps one of the most important ways is to provide advanced digital services. This allows everyone to carry out their tasks and business requirements in an easy, both time and energy-sav [....] » Read More

Emrah Ilbey, Speaker at Emrah Ilbey: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Emrah Ilbey, TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Turkey

Fiber optic systems are used for marine acoustic detection systems, geophysics, oil and gas exploration and military applications. Due to their size, low noise level, high sensitivity, and low cost; fiber-optic interferometric acoustic hydrophones has many advantages with respect [....] » Read More

Kandouci Chahinaz, Speaker at Kandouci Chahinaz: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Kandouci Chahinaz, Djillali Liabes University of Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria

For a long time, acoustic and Radio-frequency (RF) waves provide to control and command applications in underwater wireless channels at high transmission ranges. However, multimedia and high data rates applications are not compatible with such systems (the capacity in acoustic wi [....] » Read More

Koichi Shimizu, Speaker at Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Koichi Shimizu, Waseda University, Japan

Using a near-infrared (NIR) light with 700-1200 nm wavelength, we can visualize the internal structure of an animal body by transillumination imaging. However, the deep structure is severely blurred because of the strong scattering in body tissue. We developed some techniques to [....] » Read More

Yang Yue, Speaker at Yang Yue: Speaker for Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Yang Yue, Nankai University, China

Nowadays, helically phased light carrying orbital angular momentum (OAM) is well known, as exciting progress on the applications of OAM modes has been made in various fields. OAM modes, as a complete set of orthogonal basis functions for spatial distribution of electromagnetic fi [....] » Read More

Gin Jose, Speaker at Gin Jose: Speaker for Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Gin Jose, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Ultrafast laser plasma doping (ULPD) is a new technique developed by us to fabricate planar waveguides on glasses and silica on silicon. In this process femtosecond lasers with pulse duration <100 fs is used to ablate a target material containing ions that introduce refractive [....] » Read More

Shien Kuei Liaw, Speaker at Shien Kuei Liaw: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Shien Kuei Liaw, Taiwan Tech (NTUST), Taiwan

An underwater optical wireless communication (UOWC) system using 450 nm green light laser source is constructed and studied. The 450 nm blue-light laser is selected as the light source because the characteristics of low absorption in the water. The open sea water is simulated in [....] » Read More

Songmao Chen, Speaker at Songmao Chen: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Songmao Chen, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Thanks to the single photon sensitivity and excellent surface-to-surface resolution, single-photon LiDAR has emerged as a prime candidate technology for depth imaging through challenging environments. In this talk, we will first introduce the concept and principle of single photo [....] » Read More

Dongdong Zhang, Speaker at Dongdong Zhang: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Dongdong Zhang, Tsinghua University, China

Dr. Dongdong Zhang studied Chemistry at the Jilin University, China and graduated as MS in 2011. He then joined the research group of Prof. Yong Qiu at the Key Lab of Organic Optoelectronics and Molecular Engineering of Ministry of Education, Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua Uni [....] » Read More

Jagneet Kaur Anand, Speaker at Jagneet Kaur Anand: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Jagneet Kaur Anand, University of Delhi, India

Starting with an introduction to the Poynting theorem, we derive analytical expressions for the instantaneous Poynting vector for an N-layer lossy optical waveguide structure consisting of multiple metal-dielectric interfaces. These expressions are compared with the equivalent ex [....] » Read More

Erol Sancaktar, Speaker at Erol Sancaktar: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Erol Sancaktar, University of Akron, United States

pH and glucose responsive membranes can be used in controlled drug delivery applications. Controlled drug flow across the membrane is very important for such applications. It is therefore of the foremost importance to obtain membranes with uniform pore morphology. We developed a [....] » Read More

Orchidea Maria Lecian, Speaker at Orchidea Maria Lecian: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Orchidea Maria Lecian, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

The optical equivalence theorem is analyzed and developped for almost-infinte-valued-operator eigenstates. Pertinent expansions are presented after the calculation of new formalisms for the Optical equivalence theorem. New extensions for the Optical equivalence principle are form [....] » Read More

Ramon Maia Borges, Speaker at Ramon Maia Borges: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Ramon Maia Borges, National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel), Brazil

The fifth-generation of mobile network (5G) and beyond requires optical-wireless convergence to cope with the new value-added applications from challenging scenarios. In this context, we report research activities conducted at the National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel) [....] » Read More

Rogacheva Svetlana, Speaker at Rogacheva Svetlana: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Rogacheva Svetlana, Saratov Medical University “REAVIZ”, Russian Federation

Solid-surface fluorescence (SSF) is a modern method which combines solid phase extraction with high-sensitive fluorimetric analysis in the solid phase of the sorbent. SSF has been successfully applied for trace quantification of organic and inorganic compounds in various media. T [....] » Read More

Aldo Minardo, Speaker at Aldo Minardo: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Aldo Minardo, Universita Della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy

Distributed optical fiber sensors (DOFS) represent a very effective technology for the continuous monitoring of structures. Conventionally, DOFS make use of some form of light scattering in silica glass optical fibers. Rayleigh scattering is caused by random fluctuations in the r [....] » Read More

Yahia Chergui, Speaker at Yahia Chergui: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Yahia Chergui, Badji Mokhtar University, Algeria

In this work we used Parallal Molecular Dynamics and DL_POLY_4 to comparebetween the total volume of ZnO wurtzite, rocksalt, and zinc blend structures under different pressures and temperatures. Our system is formed from 5832 atoms of ZnO for rocksalt and zinc blend(2916 atoms of [....] » Read More

Anton A Lipovka, Speaker at Anton A. Lipovka: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Anton A Lipovka, Sonora University, Mexico

Until now, it was generally accepted that the gas kinetics is not important in the formation of rotation curves (RC) of spiral galaxies (see Dalcanton and Stilp, doi:10.1088/0004-637X/721/1/547). For this reason, RC is usually calculated within the framework of a naive Newtonian [....] » Read More

Dror Malka, Speaker at Dror Malka: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Dror Malka, Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), Israel

Wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) is a great solution for increasing data bitrate communication of multicore polymer optical fiber (MC-POF) system. However, this solution requires adding more optical devices to the system which can limit its performance. To solve this issue, [....] » Read More

Anton A Lipovka, Speaker at Anton A. Lipovka: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Anton A Lipovka, Sonora University, Mexico

It is well known that historically the motion of charged baryonic matter was quantized first (Schrödinger's equation), and only more than 20 years later the Gupta-Bleuler formalism was proposed, which formally described the quantization of the electromagnetic (EM) field. [....] » Read More

Seongwoo Woo, Speaker at Seongwoo Woo: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Seongwoo Woo, Addis Ababa Science & Technology University, Ethiopia

To improve the fatigue of newly designed mechanical system subjected to repeated loading, this paper develops parametric accelerated life testing (ALT) as a systematic reliability method to produce the reliability quantitative (RQ) specifications—mission cycle—for rec [....] » Read More

Gennady Kochemasov, Speaker at Gennady Kochemasov: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Gennady Kochemasov, IGEM RAS, Russian Federation

The main point of the wave planetology: “Orbits make structures”. However, any cosmic body moves in several orbits with various frequencies. High-frequency oscillations are modulated by low frequency ones with production of side frequencies. The lower side frequencies [....] » Read More

Maria Kandyla, Speaker at Maria Kandyla: Speaker for Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Maria Kandyla, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece

Despite the fact that numerous attempts have been made to recreate the complex extracellular matrix (ECM) that regulates cell fate, most of them have focused on three-dimensional (3D) culture models. Nevertheless, these models are not suitable for high-throughput screening and qu [....] » Read More