Through the Traveling Lecturer Program, OSA Student Chapters and Local Sections have the opportunity to invite esteemed speakers to their communities. When possible, OSA has these lectures filmed to share with members of the global OSA community who are not able to attend in person.
Sune Svanberg with University of Lund, Sweden.
Irina T. Sorobina, Professor of Physics at NTNU-Trondheim (Norway), discusses the principles of solid state ultrafast lasers in the first of her two plenary presentations at OSA/CIOMP 2011.
OSA/CIOMP Joint Summer Session Program
In the second part of his talk, Prem Kumar (Northwestern) discusses the need for universal quantum entanglement in order to realize teleportation and details his experimental realization of an entangled photon-pair source.
OSA Fellow and MIT professor ameritus Shaoul Ezekiel present a history of the laser and explains the unique laser characteristics that allow for its inclusion in novel applications across all fields of science.
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Professor Peter Delfeyett discusses life lessons learned during a research career in optics and photonics. This talk, presented at IONS-New York 2012, also enthusiastically explores the details of state-of-the-art semiconductor lasers.
2012 IONS NY Programme
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and In the second part of this two-part lecture, Jie Qiao (founder and chair of WiSTEE) shares her experiences, challenges, and success stories as an entrepreneur.
WiSTEE May 2013 Newsletter
Charles Falco, University of Arizona, speaks at the Connecticut Academic and Industry OSA Student Chapter as their invited guest speaker.
Organic Semiconductors for Photovoltaic and Light-Emitting Devices: Status and Promise--Bernard Kippelen; Georgia Tech, USA.
Frontiers in Optics 2010/Laser Science XXVI
Prof. Judy Muller, USC Annenberg, conducts a workshop on how to communicate more effectively on behalf of the Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University.