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ELOS 2022

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

Near-infrared (NIR) light has relatively low attenuation in the human body, and reaches deeper in our body than visible light. We can visualize the internal structure of our body in transillumination imaging or oblique-illumination imaging with NIR light. However, the light is st [....] » Read More

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

Deposition of functional materials and doping using femtosecond lasers have become an important area materials research. The ultrafast laser doping (ULPD) technique is a new technique developed by us to fabricate planar waveguides on glasses and silica on silicon.  In this p [....] » Read More

Valentin Ivanov, Speaker at Optics conferences
Keynote Presentation
Valentin Ivanov, Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Russian Federation

The comparative analysis of modern mathematical models for 3D problems in electron optics is presented. These methods include both stationary and non-stationary self-consistent problems in the optics of intense beams of relativistic charged particles, as well as problems in the o [....] » Read More

Alexander G Ramm, Speaker at Optics conferences
Keynote Presentation
Alexander G Ramm, Kansas State University, United States

The theory of wave scattering by many small impedance particles of arbitrary shapes is developed. The basic assumptions are a << d << λ, where a is the characteristic size of particles, d is the smallest distance between the neighboring particles [....] » Read More

Ephraim Suhir, Speaker at Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Ephraim Suhir, Portland State University, United States

The fundamentals of a body of knowledge that could be identified as fiber optics structural analysis (FOSA) are addressed. The emphasis is on the application of analytical ("mathematical") predictive modeling, as well as on the probabilistic design for reliability (PDfR [....] » Read More

Feifei Gu, Speaker at Lasers Conferences
Oral Presentation
Feifei Gu, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, China

3D vision technology has been recognized as one of the standard technologies for mobile intelligent terminals such as mobile phones to enter the new era of intelligent human-computer interaction. Now 3D vision technology has been successfully applied at mobile terminals in many f [....] » Read More

Yutao Feng, Speaker at Optics conferences
Oral Presentation
Yutao Feng, Xi’an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, China

A space-borne near Infrared Doppler Asymmetric Heterodyne Spectroscopy(nIR-DASH) remote sensing technique for the middle atmosphere wind field  measurement is reported.  The research progress of  passive optical remote sensing technology for wind field in middle an [....] » Read More

Xiaogang Ruan, Speaker at Observation and Relativity: The speed of light is not truly invariant!
Oral Presentation
Xiaogang Ruan, Beijing University of Technology, China

In 1905, inspired by the Michelson-Morley experiment, Einstein proposed the hypothesis of the invariance of light speed (ILS), from which he theoretically deduced the Lorentz transformation, established the theory of special relativity (SR), and revealed the relativistic phenomen [....] » Read More

Mitra Djamal, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mitra Djamal, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia

Latest developments in leading fabrication methods have allowed the fabrication of surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrates with repeatable nanostructures on its surface that come out with reproducible analyses. Here, we fabricated a simple and reproducible sputtered [....] » Read More

U V S Seshavatharam, Speaker at Laser Conference
Oral Presentation
U V S Seshavatharam, I-Serve, India

As there is no theoretical proof or observational evidence for super luminal speeds, we appeal the science community to review the basic definition of cosmic redshift. Modern cosmic foundations were inferred and developed on the concept of galactic red shift associated with the & [....] » Read More

Moumita Das, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Moumita Das, Malda College, India

Four Wave Mixing (FWM) process has shown promise in quantum optics for the generation of the non-classical state. In this paper, we are considering the non-degenerate four-wave mixing process. This process gives rise due to the interaction of the radiation field with the third-or [....] » Read More

C K Jayasankar, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
C K Jayasankar, Sri Venkateswara University, India

Out of many materials, glasses are not only used initially as decorative and colored gem stones but play life line for today progress and prosperous of modern science and technology. Moreover, glass is the only material that can be fabricated bulky slabs for construction of sta [....] » Read More

Subir Kumar Sarkar, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Subir Kumar Sarkar, Jadavpur University, India

Ad hoc networks are autonomous systems which comprise a collection of mobile nodes that use wireless transmission for communication. They are self-organized , self-configured , and self-controlled infrastructure-less networks. In the last few years , mobile ad hoc networks (MANET [....] » Read More

Jyoti Rajput, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Jyoti Rajput, Lovely Professional University, India

In this research work, we have investigated the electron dynamics employing a radially polarized (RP) Hermite-Cosh-Gaussian (HChG) laser beam. The Hermite Cosh Gaussian laser beam. Due to the beam has a property of earlier focus of such a laser beam, which enables it is better su [....] » Read More

Angelos Bouchouri, Speaker at Optics conferences
Oral Presentation
Angelos Bouchouri, University of South Eastern Norway, Norway

The subject of the presentation are Metalens. Metalens are flat metamaterials that replicate the optical functions of traditional lens. While traditional lens achieves focusing by refraction, metalens achieve focusing by diffraction. They are consisted of a surface that is precis [....] » Read More

Hani Boubekri, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Hani Boubekri, Enset Skikda, Algeria

This paper reports the photoluminescence properties of RE ions (Tb3+ Ho3+ Er3+ Eu3+ ) doped CdF2 single crystal . In recent years, rare earths (RE) doped host matrix have been studied extensively due to their potential applications in green technology. They have an important role [....] » Read More

 Carlos A Hernandez Gutierrez, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Carlos A Hernandez Gutierrez, Ecnologico Nacional de Mexico Campus Tuxtla, Mexico

Nitrides are one important semiconductor family since the wide bandgap exhibited from the infrared to the ultraviolet spectrum. However, it is essential to mention that several issues lack an important improvement in the efficiency and optimization of material growth. Molecular B [....] » Read More

Wolffram Schroer, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Wolffram Schroer, University Bremen, Germany

Liquid-liquid phase transitions of ionic solutions were a challenging subject in Statistical Physics and provoking experimental works.The fundamental aspect of this research is founded in the long-range nature of the Coulomb interactions, which were expected to challenge the univ [....] » Read More

Andre Vatarescu, Speaker at Photonics conferences
Poster Presentation
Andre Vatarescu, Fibre-Optic Transmission of Canberra, Australia

Controllable, quantum-strong correlations of polarization states can be implemented with multi-photon independent states. Polarization-based photonic quantum correlations can be traced back to the overlap of the polarization Stokes vectors on the Poincaré sphere between tw [....] » Read More

Pratiksha Choudhary, Speaker at Photonics conferences
Poster Presentation
Pratiksha Choudhary, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

In a beam propagation method, the wave equation is solved with respect to z, which is the general direction of propagation- i.e., the length of time it takes for a beam to travel from one place to another. Various assumptions can be made based on the device's complexity. Maxw [....] » Read More

Sergey Kobtsev, Speaker at Optics Conferences 2022
Poster Presentation
Sergey Kobtsev, Novosibirsk State University, Russian Federation

Incoherent laser radiation may be in demand among a variety applications where high directivity and brightness of radiation could be advantageously combined with the absence of speckle patterns conventional for laser radiation. Such patterns arise as a consequence of relatively h [....] » Read More

Vladimir Datsko, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Poster Presentation
Vladimir Datsko, Institute of Applied Geophysics, Russian Federation

Surface electromagnetic waves (SEW) have been known for 200 years. Currently, they are widely used in optical and investigated at THz frequencies in the area which form the basis of the current status and future development of nanotechnologies (plasmonics). The history of the res [....] » 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 [1]. Light is responsible for the delivery of energy as well as phase and polarization information to materials systems. It was shown that photoalignment liquid crystals by azodye nanolayers could pr [....] » Read More

Luis E Abad, Speaker at Optics Conference
Keynote Presentation
Luis E Abad, Cordoba National University, Argentina

This intrascleral micro-implant with Tissue plasminogen activator (abbreviated tPA or PLAT), contains is a protein involved in the breakdown of blood clots. It is a serine protease (EC found on endothelial cells, the cells that line the blood vessels. As an enzyme, it [....] » Read More

Walid Tawfik Younes Mohamed, Speaker at Lasers Meetings
Keynote Presentation
Walid Tawfik Younes Mohamed, Cairo University, Egypt

Animal model system research has aided in the discovery of better treatments for breast cancer. There are now a plethora of models available that reflect various types and stages of disease; which one to utilise depends on the specific research question(s) to be investigated. Due [....] » Read More

Rajvardhan Azad, Speaker at Lasers Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Rajvardhan Azad, Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, India

A total of 20 infants with bilateral symmetric zone 2 stages 3 advancing ROP were treated with conventional laser treatment followed by randomization of one eye to receive additional posterior retinal laser treatment. Patients were followed up prospectively for 3 months.  [....] » Read More

Norazriena Yusoff, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Norazriena Yusoff, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia

The development of laser sources, which allows for the generation of shorter pulses and broader bandwidths in new wavelength regions, is significantly aided by research on novel 2D materials. The 2D transition metal compounds known as MXenes, which feature tunable bandgaps and si [....] » Read More

Lifeng Yang, Speaker at Optics Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Lifeng Yang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Non-invasive, portable, economical, dynamic blood glucose monitoring device has become a functional requirement for diabetes in his regulating entire life. In photoacoustic (PA) dual-wavelength near infrared differential-absorption measurement, the glucose in aqueous solutions wa [....] » Read More

Peilong Hong, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Peilong Hong, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Light scattering by nanoparticles including Mie scattering.is an interesting topic both fundamentally and practically, while the control of the nanoparticle scattering is key for many applications such as controlled light-matter interaction at the nanoscale. In this talk, I will [....] » Read More

Wen Zhou, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Wen Zhou, Fudan University, China

5G defines below 100 GHz as the millimeter-wave (MMW) bands, whereas 100 GHz - 3 THz is categorized as THz band in 6G. Photonics-aided MMW generation is a key technique in the fiber-wireless network, which overcomes the bottleneck of the deployed electrical devices. Moreover, dee [....] » 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 the basic laws of electricity and magnetism, we study the optical modes associated with the plasma oscillations of the free electron gas on a metal surface in contact with a dielectric layer. We then obtain mathematical equations for these optical modes for optical [....] » Read More

Sivaperuman Kalainathan, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sivaperuman Kalainathan, Vellore Institute of Technology, India

Laser Shock Peening is a promising surface enhancement technique applied to variety of metal materials to improve their surface, microstructure and mechanical properties. The induced compressive residual stress through laser shock peening is beneficiary to retard the crack initia [....] » Read More

Sanjeeb Dey, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sanjeeb Dey, Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, India

Our study on tunable anti-lasing or commonly known as coherent perfect absorption can be expressed with a simple formula as  for TE-polarization. The expression can be used to estimate all necessary parameters required for anti-lasing, such as, materials type, it's thic [....] » Read More

Karan Surana, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Karan Surana, Sardar Patel University, India

A quantum dot (QD) is a semiconductor nanostructure that confines the motion of conduction band electrons, valence band holes, or excitons (bound pairs of conduction band electrons and valence band holes) in all three spatial directions. The quantum confinement results in appeara [....] » Read More

Apurva Kumari Singh, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Apurva Kumari Singh, B V Raju Institute of technology, India

Bad weather has an adverse impact on outdoor vision systems and also increases the possibilities of traffic crashes and road accidents. Outdoor images captured in bad weather conditions such as haze and fog are degraded due to the scattering of atmospheric particles. The decrease [....] » Read More

Malika Rani, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Malika Rani, The Women University Multan, Pakistan

The spinel, AlCr2O4 is obtained using the sol-gel procedure. Nanocomposite AlCr2O4/MXene was synthesized by the Coprecipitation method. Structural and morphological properties of nanostructures were investigated through different characteristics techniques like XRD, SEM, Raman Sp [....] » Read More

Abdullah S Karar, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Abdullah S Karar, American University of the Middle East, Kuwait

Intensity-modulation and direct-detection (IM/DD) systems deployed for short reach optical fiber links require electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) at the transmitter and/or electronic equalization at the receiver. Under direct detection, the optical phase is lost and complex [....] » Read More

Sandy Winfield Jere, Speaker at Laser conferences
Oral Presentation
Sandy Winfield Jere, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is often associated with delayed wound healing and non-traumatic limb amputation, mainly due to reduced cell proliferation and viability, and increased apoptosis resulting in deregulated wound healing processes. Apoptosis is responsible for the removal of i [....] » Read More

Ben Campbell Biezanek, Speaker at Optics conferences
Oral Presentation
Ben Campbell Biezanek, Distinguished Researcher, United Kingdom

This lecture in Quantum-Relativity describes what you should have been taught about relativity very early on in your physics higher education. As quantum physicists, you will benefit from understanding why the quanta transit time takes longer than expected in passage through tran [....] » Read More

 Muhammad Sajid Khan, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Muhammad Sajid Khan, University of SouthWales, United Kingdom

3D iris recognition is one of the most reliable techniques for identifying the gender of individuals. Each iris consists of an inner and outer circular looking area. The outer area does not change in size, while the inner area can change in size and appearance over time. These ch [....] » Read More

Fatemeh Sadat Mousavinejhad, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Fatemeh Sadat Mousavinejhad, Yazd University, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

One of the eye movements that led to the creation of the saccadic model is the saccade. This research relies on burst neurons and a resettable integrator model, which are the cornerstones of the saccadic system. We provide one of the most effective new functions for the right and [....] » Read More

 Sara Ezairi, Speaker at Optics conferences
Oral Presentation
Sara Ezairi, Hassan II University of Casablanca, Morocco

We investigate the dark current-voltage properties of P3HT: PCBM based solar cell at different temperatures. The experimental data were fitted using two methods: Analytical Lambert Method, and Two Regions Method. Several electrical parameters such as: ideality factor n, series re [....] » Read More

Kahouadji Badis, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Kahouadji Badis, University of Bejaia, Algeria

The work explores the enhancement of photoluminescence properties of nano-sized LuPO4:Pr3+ phosphor powders synthesized by sol gel process with incorporation of yttrium ions inside of this single matrix to obtain (Lu1-xYx)PO4:Pr3+ (x=10, 20, 30, 40, 50 at. %) powders. Under UV ex [....] » Read More