The application to attend the 2017 school is open and the deadline to apply is 30 March 2017.
Personal Statement:1 page, to include motivation for attending, research interests and any achievements to date.
Student Advisor’s Letter of Recommendation: Letter should explicitly address how the school will benefit the applicant’s research and professional development as well as how they will add to the week long experience. Letter must be submitted at the time of the application.
Application Review Process:
All applications will be reviewed by the Program Committee and students will be notified of acceptance in early May 2017.
Funding should never be a reason to not apply to attend the Siegman School. In 2015 and 2016 100% of the students requesting funding received enought to attend the school.
$900(USD due at time of registration following acceptance)
Registration includes all meals and accommodations from Sunday, 6 August – Saturday, 11 August and all meeting publications. Fee is due at the time of registration.
Students are responsible for their own travel to and from the school. The host institution will provide Visa letters for those requesting or requiring documents for travel.
Travel and registration grants will be available and determined based on student need. Grants in the past have ranged between $200-$700 for travel and $100-$500 for registration. Students will receive notification of ther grant requests at the time of acceptance to the school.
Other Funding Sources to Consider:
Grant funds are limited and students should research all potential funding support such as their university, department, or government for alternative funding opportunities.
The school begins on Sunday, 6 August with an Opening Evening Reception for all participants including students and school faculty. Sessions will include lectures from several renowned speakers, presentations from local industry leaders and engineers, a student poster session and ample time for networking among participants and school faculty. Check back often for additional details as they are confirmed.
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Imperial College London, United Kingdom
- Wavelength tunable lasers for space and airborne remove sensing
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- Laser pulses compression techniques
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- Optical tweezers applications in the bacteria trapping and manipulation
University of Arizona, USA
- Single molecule detection with microtoroid resonators
University of Central Florida, USA
- Coherent properties of metallic nanolasers
State University of New York at Buffalo, USA
- Orbital angular momentum microlasers
Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada
- On-chip quantum frequency combs
University of Maryland, USA
- Lasers Applications to the Study of the Atomic Quantum Structure
University of Cambridge, UK
- Super resolution microscopy, theory and practice
Lund Laser Centre, Sweden
- Laser light disease detection
- Professional Development Workshop