Novel Optical Materials and Applications

Novel Optical Materials and Applications

24 - 27 July 2017
Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, Louisiana United States

Addresses new, cutting-edge research in optical materials and applications spanning the transmission spectrum from UV through terahertz.
NOMA is intended as “one comprehensive” conference which focuses on all types of optical materials, which are the key to advances in optical applications. The focus is on advances in design, fabrication and applications of optical materials from ultraviolet to terahertz and their utility for a variety of applications, including the most recent advances in materials for nanoscale devices, imaging systems, lasers, optical waveguides and fibers, solar energy, and sensors as well as any other emerging applications. 

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Abstracts (subject to change) 

Svetlana Boriskina
Svetlana Boriskina, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Topological Materials: New Horizons for Energy and Sustainability
Barry Rand
Barry Rand, Princeton University, USA

Metal Halide Perovskites: Processing, Interfaces, and Light Emitting Devices
Ishwar Aggarwal

Univ of North Carolina at Charlotte

Lynda Busse

US Naval Research Laboratory

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Hotel Reservation 23 June 2017 23:59 EDT
Hotel Reservation 23 June 2017
Postdeadline Abstract and Summary Submission 5 July 2017 12:00 EDT
Postdeadline Abstract and Summary Submission 5 July 2017
Schedule at a glance
Svetlana Boriskina, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States, Topological Materials: New Horizons for Energy and Sustainability, Tutorial

Barry Rand, Princeton University, United States, Metal Halide Perovskites: Processing, Interfaces, and Light Emitting Devices , Tutorial

Amit Agrawal, National Inst of Standards & Technology, United States, Ultrahigh Quality-Factor Plasmonic Resonators and Lasers, Invited

Colin Baker, US Naval Research Laboratory, United States, Recent Advances in Nanoparticle Doping for Improved High Energy Fiber Lasers, Invited

Parag Deotare, University of Michigan, United States, Hybrid Organic-2D Material Interfaces for Optoelectronic Devices, Invited

Jonathan Fan, Stanford University, New Materials and Design Concepts in Meta-optical Devices, Invited

F. Pelayo García de Arquer, University of Toronto, Canada, Solution-processed nanomaterials for advanced optoelectronic applications , Invited

Richard Haglund, Vanderbilt University, United States, A Tunable Phase-Changing Metasurface for Near-Infrared Sensing and Imaging, Invited

Donhee Ham, Harvard University, United States, Ultra-subwavelength Flatland Passive and Active Plasmonics, Invited

Hayk Harutyunyan, Emory University, United States, Hybrid Plasmonic-dielectric Metamaterials for Enhanced Nonlinear Response, Invited

Ali Javey, University of California Berkeley, United States, Title to be Announced, Invited

Mikhail Kats, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States, Photonics with Low-index and Multi-index Materials, Invited

Christian Klinke, Universität Hamburg, Germany, Two-dimensional Colloidal Nanostructures: Synthesis and Electrical Transport, Invited

Evan Lafalce, University of Utah, United States, Parity-Time Symmetry and Coupling Effects in Quantum Dot MicroDisk Lasers, Invited

Minjoo Lee, Univ of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States, Extending the Operating Wavelength of Type-I InAs Quantum Well Lasers on InP , Invited

Efrat Lifshitz, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, Spins in Colloidal Quantum Dots and Nano-Perovskites , Invited

Sheng Liu, Sandia National Laboratories, United States, III-V Dielectric Metasurfaces: Enhanced Nonlinearities and Emission Control, Invited

Marko Loncar, Harvard University, United States, Title to be Announced, Invited

Arka Majumdar, University of Washington, United States, Dielectric Resonator Integrated 2D Material Structures, Invited

Alina Manshina, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia, Novel 2D carbon allotrope intercalated with Au-Ag nanoclusters: from laser design to functionality , Invited

Ann-Katrin Michel, ETH Zurich, Low-loss Materials for Active Mid-infrared Photonics and Plasmonics, Invited

David Norris, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, Colloidal Quantum-Dot Spasers and Plasmonic Amplifiers, Invited

Erik Reimhult, Uni of Natural Resources & Life Sciences, Austria, Design of Nanoparticles for Self-assembly of Electromagnetically Interacting Composite Materials, Invited

Angela Seddon, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, Review of Recent Progress Towards Mid-infrared Fiber Lasers for 4-9 mm Window , Invited

Christopher Spillmann, US Naval Research Laboratory, United States, Liquid Crystal-based Refractive Beamsteering in the Infrared, Invited

Yuebing Zheng, University of Texas at Austin, United States, Colloidal Nanomaterials: From Single-nanoparticle Study to Directed Assembly of Superstructures, Invited

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Congress Special Events

Student & Early Career Professional Development & Networking Lunch and Learn

Tuesday, 25 July, 12:30 - 14:00
Toulouse A

Join us for an interactive lunch and learn program focused on professional development within the Advanced Photonics field. This program will engage students and early career professionals with the key leaders in the field who will share their professional development journey and provide useful tips to those who attend. Lunch will be provided.

Programs are open to OSA Members. There is limited space and we ask that you RSVP to attend.

Emerging Optical Materials: Perovskites, 2D Optical Materials and Nanocolloids

Wednesday, 26 July, 12:30 – 14:00
St Charles B
Join the OSA Optical Material Studies Technical Group for a panel discussion exploring new and emerging optical materials. The panel will feature Dr. Barry Rand of Princeton University, Dr. Christian Klinke from the University of Hamburg, Dr. Parag Deotar from the University of Michigan, and Dr. García de Arquer from the University of Toronto. Each panelist will give a five minute talk highlighting the progress and challenges of their respective areas. Following their talks Dr. Garo Khanarian, who serves as chair of the Optical Material Studies Technical Group, will lead a discussion bringing together the different topics and opening the conversation to participation from attendees. An RSVP is required for this technical group event as lunch will be provided. Contact to register, pending availability.