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ELOS 2023

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 deproposed 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 [....] » Read More

Thomas J Webster, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Thomas J Webster, Interstellar Therapeutics, United States

Nanotechnology has already revolutionized numerous applications from alternative energy to electronics to medicine. Unfortunately, many of these nanomaterials are made through the use of toxic catalysts or material fabrication processes which leave a large carbon footprint. This [....] » Read More

Ales Mishchenko, Speaker at Photonics conferences
Keynote Presentation
Ales Mishchenko, A.A. Galkin Donetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering, Ukraine

The advent of optoelectronic devices utilizing various recent advances in photonics such as the harvesting of light by nanophotonic waveguides or quantum information processing has elevated the importance of the correct theoretical understanding of nanocrystalline photonic struct [....] » Read More

Francisco Bulnes, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Francisco Bulnes, IINAMEI, Mexico

Studies on the electromagnetic plasma have demonstrated the existence of derived products from electromagnetic plasma as are phonons, fermions, ions, free electrons and protons, magnetic and electric drifts, producing an ionic force that could be used as propulsion force. Experim [....] » Read More

Byeong Hoon Park, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Byeong Hoon Park, Pohang University of Science & Technology, Korea, Republic of

Non-invasive infrared diagnoses employing 3-dimensional (3D) angle-resolved light cones (ALCs) from 3D photonic quantum ring (PQR) are explained for angle-resolved coherent tomographic infrared spectroscopy (ACTIRS). Audience Take Away Notes:   The detailed 3D an [....] » Read More

Jingjing Guo, Speaker at Optics Conferences
Oral Presentation
Jingjing Guo, Beihang University, China

Tactile sensors capable of quantifying mechanical stimuli through physical contact play a pivotal role in healthcare, prosthetics and humanoid robotics. To enable conformal contact with objects of different surface morphologies, tactile sensors with high mechanical flexibility ha [....] » Read More

Wei Liu, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Wei Liu, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

The influence of thickness of the first AlGaN barrier layer, which is closest to the n-type GaN layer, on the luminescence characteristics of ultraviolet GaN/AlGaN multiple-quantum-well (MQW) light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is investigated numerically. Generally, for the study on th [....] » Read More

Xin Chen, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Xin Chen, Xidian University, China

Artificial microstructures with periodic modulation of second-order nonlinear susceptibility χ(2), also known as nonlinear photonic crystals (NPCs), can compensate phase mismatch in nonlinear optical frequency conversion process by providing additional reciprocal lattice vect [....] » Read More

Yue Feng, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Yue Feng, University in Tromso, Norway

Purpose: To evaluate repeatability and agreement of measurements of total corneal astigmatism (TCA) in keratoconic (KC) eyes, obtained by two swept-source (SS) optical coherence tomography (OCT)-based devices (Anterion and Casia SS-1000), one SS-OCT combined with reflectometry (I [....] » Read More

Reinhold Noe, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Reinhold Noe, Paderborn University, Germany

Would one insert squarer + lowpass filter into the linear signal path when measuring the electrical noise figure (NF) Fe? Of course not. In line with this, one should no longer insert a direct detection photodiode into the linear signal path when measuring the optical NF. Bu [....] » Read More

Robert Buenker, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Robert Buenker, University of Wuppertal, United States

The Lorentz transformation (LT) makes three predictions which are not consistent with one another: Lorentz-FitzGerald length contraction (FLC), time dilation (TD) and light-speed equality for observers in relative motion to one another. The LT also stands in violation of the Law [....] » Read More

Nikolai Kosarev, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Nikolai Kosarev, Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation

The collisional-radiative model of two-step photoionization of barium atoms through the excited   level using the pumping laser at  nm and the ionizing laser at   nm was constructed. The model of rate balance equations of multilevel barium atoms took into account t [....] » Read More

Almas Sadreev, Speaker at Optics Conference
Oral Presentation
Almas Sadreev, L.V. Kirensky Institute of Physics, Russian Federation

We perform optimization of Q-factor in the system of freestanding three/four/five/six coaxial subwavelength dielectric disks over all scales. Each parameter contributes almost one order of magnitude of the Q-factor due to multiple avoided crossings of resonances to give totally t [....] » Read More

Mojtaba Ahmadieh Khanesar, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mojtaba Ahmadieh Khanesar, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Using forward kinematics of an industrial robot, it is possible to calculate its position and orientation using joint angle readings. However, forward kinematics of industrial robots include uncertainties. One of the major sources of uncertainties in the industrial robot forward [....] » Read More

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

The CIPM has, since 1980, defined the metre by the light time of flight giving units for space of time in seconds. So, we must ask ourselves, what are the units of time itself if space is to be defined in units of time, because space and time are definitely not the same thing? Th [....] » Read More

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

248 nm KrF excimer laser can be used to manufacture temperature and pH (stimuli) responsive polymer-based membranes for controlled transport applications. This is done by a two-step approach: In the first step, well-defined/(shaped) and orderly pores are created on commercially a [....] » Read More

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

Non-classicality refers to a property of quantum states which has no classical analogue. Quantum squeezing is one of the examples of a non-classical state which has a wide range of applicability. Light is said to be in a squeezed state if it has a quantum uncertainty of certain p [....] » Read More

Meera Ramrakhiami, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Meera Ramrakhiami, Rani Durgavati University, India

Interest in Quantum Dot Lasers stem mainly from the low threshold current which can result due to quantization of energy levels and change in density of state function. In the most commonly used laser separate confinement heterostructures, the nanoscale active region is “bu [....] » Read More

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

Image processing methods and its applications are deeply rooted in current and future technologies. These methods make it possible to carry out a various operation to obtain detailed information from an image. Recently increased demand for the use of image processing algorithms t [....] » Read More

Vladimir Koltsov, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Vladimir Koltsov, Khlopin Radium Institute, Russian Federation

The reason to turn once again to the question of the natural width ?γ of the photon or γ-radiation line is provided by the discovery of an increase in the half-life T1/2 for nuclear isomers in a metal matrix (see ref. [1, 2] and references therein). For nuclei in such [....] » Read More

Mayur Kumar Chhipa, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mayur Kumar Chhipa, ISBAT University, Uganda

Integration of high-speed light devices, as well as technological advances, are critical factors influencing the development of integrated photonic circuits for optical communication networks. Every day, the increasing demand for wider bandwidth needs signal processing systems at [....] » Read More

Frederick H Silver, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Frederick H Silver, Rutgers, United States

Tissue stiffness is recognized as an important predictor of tissue homeostasis and the onset of disease. As tissues age, they become stiffer and lose their flexibility leading to diseases such as osteoarthritis and peripheral vascular diseases. Some workers believe that increased [....] » Read More

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

This research paper explores the design, characterization, and testing of a UV-C LED-based lamp for water disinfection. UV-C radiation is an alternative disinfection method that has advantages over chemical disinfectants, including its effectiveness against bacteria, viruses, and [....] » Read More

Valentyn Nastasenko, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Oral Presentation
Valentyn Nastasenko, Kherson State Maritime Academy, Ukraine

The work relates to the basics of quantum physics and photonics, in particular to the formation of photons in two states: elementary particles and their electromagnetic radiation. The study of these problems is an urgent and important task that has not been fully resolved for the [....] » Read More

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

We study the dynamics of Wigner function negativity, quantum discord, entanglement and quantum dissonance for bipartite Bell-diagonal states independently interacting with dephasing reservoirs. We analyze comparatively their behavior under the decoherence effect. Our main goal is [....] » Read More

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

The effect of gallium doping on the structural and optical properties of the La0.7K0.3Mn(1-x)GaxO3 (0≤x≤0.25) ceramics has been synthesized by pechini sol-gel method. The Rietveld refinements data revealed that all the samples have a rhombohedral structure with the space gr [....] » Read More

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