Advances in Light Matter Interaction – From Ultra-high Power to Ultrafast to Ultrasmall

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Advances in Light Matter Interaction – From Ultra-high Power to Ultrafast to Ultrasmall

12 noviembre 2013
Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC), Mumbai, India

Lasers have become standard tools in both industry and advanced technology for various tasks of material processing. The scope of applications is very broad, ranging from large scale metal cutting, to nanomaterial processing and other fine surface modifications.  In this seminar review talks on various aspects of light matter interaction, ranging from the basics to advanced implementation of novel laser concepts and systems would be presented. Leaders in the field will present contemporary scientific research and state-of-the-art technologies, and discuss trends and developments for emerging applications.


This is a one day session in conjunction with the LASER World of PHOTONICS India Exhibition.


General Chairs

Bishnu P. Pal, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Yehiam Prior, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel



10:30     Welcome and Opening Remarks
     
10:40     Keynote Address
     
11:30     Session 1
 
13:00     Poster Session and Lunch
 
14:30     Session 2 with Contributed Talks
 
16:45     Concluding Remarks        
Keynote
David Payne, Southampton University, UK, High Power Fibre Lasers – The New Fibre Revolution
 
Tutorial Speaker
Yehiam Prior, Weizmann Institute, IsraelLight Matter Interaction and Laser Ablation
 
Invited Speakers
Ajoy Kar, Heriot-Watt University, UK, Optical Waveguides for Compact, High Power Mid-Infrared Lasers

M. Krishnamurthy, TIFR Mumbai, India, Provoking Matter with Intense Ultrashort Burst of Light

Eric Mazur, Harvard University, USA, Laser-Processing of Semiconductors for Solar Energy Harvesting Applications

Ashish Nath, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India, Water Assisted Laser Material Processing

Stefan Nolte, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, Volume Structuring of Transparent Materials using Ultrashort Laser Pulses: Potential and Applications

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