Optical Material Studies (OM)
This group is involved with the development and characterization of new and improved optical materials. Materials include those with superior transmission in the UV, visible near and mid-infrared portions of the spectrum for use in passive and active optical elements and devices as well as those having unusual nonlinear optical properties for use in switches and limiters. Examples of novel materials include quantum engineered multiple quantum wells for lasing, photonic structures with unusual properties (negative index, left-handed, highly nonlinear, etc.) and sintered ceramic materials displaying superior hardness, strength and transmission in the infrared.
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University of Alabama at Birmingham
May 03 - May 08 2014
Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago,
May 20 - May 23 2014
Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, Singapore,
July 07 - July 11 2014
Okinawa Convention Center, Ginowan City,
July 09 - July 12 2014
July 13 - July 17 2014
Sheraton Seattle Hotel , Seattle,