Optical Interference Coatings (OIC)

19 - 24 junho 2016
Loews Ventana Canyon , Tucson, Arizona United States

Invited Speakers

Claude Amra, Fresnel Institut, France, Multidielectrics for Giant Over-intensity

Debasish Banerjee, Toyota Research Institute of North America, United States, Omnidirectional Structural Color Pigments for Automotive Application

Stefan Bruns, Fraunhofer IST, Germany, Magnetron Sputtering of Precision Optical Coatings Enabled by Process Stability of Rotatable Cathodes

Sheng-Hui Chen, National Central University, Taiwan, Thin Film Solar Cells

Angela Duparre, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics, Germany, OIC 2016 Measurement Problem

Martin M. Fejer, Stanford University, USA, Thermal Noise in Mirror Coatings for Gravitational Wave Detection

Karen Hendrix, Viavi Solutions, United States, Linear Variable Filters for NASA's OVIRS Program: Pushing the Envelope of Blocking

Jennifer Kruschwitz, University of Rochester, United States, OIC 2016 Design Problem Contest

Michel Lequime, Institut Fresnel - UMR 7249, France, Wide-range Multimodal Characterization of the Optical Properties of Complex Thin-film Filters

H. Angus Macleod, Thin Film Center Inc., United States, OIC 40th Anniversary Special Presentation: Optical Interference

Andrius Melninkaitis, Vilnius University Laser Research Center, Lithuania, Time Resolved Damage Effects

Hiroshi Murotani, Tokai University, Japan, Highly Adhesive Optical Thin Film Coatings on Plastic Substrates

Steven Penn, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, USA, Developing Mirror Coatings for Future Gravitational Wave Detectors

Vladimir Pervak, Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität Munchen, Germany, Highly-dispersive Mirrors Reach New Levels of Dispersion

Laurent Pinard, Laboratoire des Matériaux Avancés, France, The Mirrors used in the LIGO Interferometers for the First-time Detection of Gravitational Waves

Daniel Poitras, National Research Council, Canada, OIC 2016 Manufacturing Problem Contest

Kevin Robbie, Queen's University at Kingston, Canada, Nanoengineered Coatings by Glancing Angle Deposition

Mathias Schubert, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States, Ellipsometry and Nanostructures

Weidong Shen, Zhejiang University, China, Angle Insensitive Color Filters Using Compact Multilayer Film Structures

Adriana Szeghalmi, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, Atomic Layer Deposition for Optical Applications

Jinlong Zhang, Tongji University, China, High Power Laser Coatings

Markus Tilsch, Viavi Solutions, United States, Optical Interference Coatings – Important, Interesting, Undervalued?