Photonics and Opto-Electronics

Fiber Optics Technology and Applications

This group focuses on developments relating to new fiber types and their applications. Of interest are fibers fabricated in a variety of materials and structures, designed to benefit a range of application fields, including sensing, lasers, supercontinuum generation and quantum computing.

     

Fiber Optics Technology and Applications (PF)

The Fiber Optics Technology and Applications Technical Group focuses on developments relating to new fiber types and their applications. Of interest are fibers fabricated in a variety of materials and structures, designed to benefit a range of application fields, including but not limited to sensing, lasers, supercontinuum generation and quantum computing.

 

 

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NameAffiliationTitle
Faezeh Gholami IBMChair
Pouya Dianat Nanograss PhotonicsVice Chair
Deepak Jain University of SydneyChair-Elect
Periklis Petropoulos University of SouthamptonEvents Officer
Rodrigo Amezcua Correa University of Central Florida, CREOLSocial Media Officer
Olesya Bondarenko Pacific Integrated EnergyWebinar Officer


On-Demand Webinars

You can watch any of the following webinar presentations, which were hosted by the Fiber Optics Technology & Applications Technical Group, on demand.

At Frontiers in Optics 2020, the Fiber Optics Technology and Applications Technical Group hosted a special round table event featuring entrepreneurs sharing their insights and experiences in a diverse pool of markets in optics and photonics, ranging from bio-oriented applications and fiber lasers to optical communications and photonic component markets.

The panelists, Michelle Stock, Iñigo Artundo and Barbara Buades, discussed how they conceived of an initial idea and curated it into a feasible business case, secured investments and de-risked the business. The panelists also shared their thoughts on the day-to-day running of a startup, navigating customer demands, generating value and final exit strategies. Finally, they offered their point of view on the current trends and challenges in their respective markets and advice for young entrepreneurs on how to kick off a business. You can watch the full event from Frontiers in Optics below.


In addition to this event at Frontiers in Optics (FiO), the Fiber Optics Technology and Applications Technical Group has hosted the following events for members:

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