Bragg Gratings, Photosensitivity and Poling in Glass Waveguides & Materials
Integrated Photonics Research, Silicon, and Nano-Photonics
Nonlinear Photonics
Novel Optical Materials and Applications
Optical Sensors
Photonic Networks and Devices
Signal Processing in Photonic Communications
Specialty Optical Fibers

Bragg Gratings, Photosensitivity and Poling in Glass Waveguides & Materials

  • Jacques Albert, Carleton UniversityCanada
    Tilted Fiber Bragg Gratings with Plasmonic and Near Zero Permittivity Coatings for Biochemical Sensing Keynote
  • Martin Becker, Institute of Photonic TechnologyGermany
    FBG Inscription in Multicore and Specialty Optical Fibers
  • Richard Black, Intelligent Fiber Optic SystemsUnited States
    High Temperature Fiber Bragg Gratings for Aerospace Applications
  • Christophe Caucheteur, Faculte Polytechnique de MonsBelgium
    Immunosensing Using Narrowband Cladding Mode Resonances
  • Kevin Cook, University of Technology SydneyAustralia
    Regenerated Gratings for Sensing in Extreme Environments
  • Volkmar Dierolf, Lehigh UniversityUnited States
    Crystal Lattice Engineering during Single Crystal Growth by Laser-induced Solid-Solid Conversion
  • Shane Eaton, Istituto di Fotonica e NanotecnologieItaly
    Femtosecond Laser Written Diamond Photonics
  • Evelyne Fargin, ICMCB de Bordeaux CNRSFrance
    Nano/micro Processing in Glass by Laser Writing and/or Poling for the Design of Multifunctional Components
  • Alex Fuerbach, Macquarie UniversityAustralia
    Line-by-line Femtosecond FBG Inscription for Innovative Fiber Lasers
  • Alexei Glebov, OptiGrateUnited States
    Chirped Volume Bragg Gratings for High-Power/Energy Ultrafast Lasers
  • F. Omer Ilday, Bilkent UniversitesiTurkey
    In-chip Microstructures and Photonic Devices Fabricated by Nonlinear Laser Lithography Deep Inside Silicon
  • Tatiana Itina, Universite Jean MonnetFrance
    Ultrashort Laser Induced Nanogratings in Glass: From Auto-organized to Well Controlled Processing
  • Eric Lindner, FBGS Technologies GmbHGermany
    Multicore Fiber Draw-tower Grating MCF-DTG® Sensors
  • Cicero Martelli, Universidade Federal do ParanaBrazil
    Wired Horses
  • Linards Skuja, University of LatviaLatvia
    Cl and Other Additions for Improving Fibre Properties Such as Radiation Hardening of Silica Fibres
  • Alexander Tomashuk, RAS GPI Fiber Optics Research CenterRussia
    Inherent and Strain-assisted Radiation-induced Self-trapped Holes in Pure-silica Optical Fibers
  • Real Vallee, Universite LavalCanada
    New Perspectives for Mid-infrared with Fiber Lasers
  • Robert Walker, National Research Council CanadaCanada
    Femtosecond Laser Written Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors for Combustion Environments
  • Paul Westbrook, OFS LaboratoriesUnited States
    Raman, Brillouin, and Multicore DFB Fiber Lasers

Integrated Photonics Research, Silicon, and Nano-Photonics

  • Carlos Abellan, The Institute of Photonic SciencesSpain
    Photonic Integration for Quantum Random Number Generation
  • Hatice Altug, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    Photonic Metasurfaces for Next-Generation Biosensors
  • Andrea Armani, University of Southern CaliforniaUnited States
    Nonlinear Optics in Hybrid Organic-inorganic Ultra High Q Integrated Microcavities
  • George Barbastathis, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    On the Use of Artificial Intelligence for the Next-generation of Computational Inverse Platforms
  • Dimitri Basov, Columbia UniversityUnited States
    Polaritons in Van der Waals Materials
  • Keren Bergman, Columbia UniversityUnited States
    Silicon Photonics Interconnects
  • Klaus Boller, Universiteit TwenteNetherlands
    Pushing the Quantum Linewidth Limit in Optically Integrated Laser
  • Joe Campbell, University of VirginiaUnited States
    Low-noise Digital Alloy Avalanche Photodiodes
  • Jose David Domenech Gomez, Universidad Politecnica de ValenciaSpain
    Visible Light silicon Nitride Photonics Pilot Line
  • Shanhui Fan, Stanford UniversityUnited States
    Harvesting the Coldness of the Universe with Nanophotonic Structures
  • Anna Fontcuberta-Morral, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    III-V Nanowires on Si for Applications in Photonics
  • Amy Foster, Johns Hopkins UniversityUnited States
    Integrated Photonics Arrays
  • Martijn Heck, Aarhus UniversitetDenmark
    Integrated Photonics for Trace Gas Sensors
  • Karin Hinzer, University of TorontoCanada
    Title to be Determined
  • Yuichiro Kato, RIKENJapan
    Single-carbon-nanotube Photonics and Optoelectronics
  • Mathias Keller, University of SussexUnited Kingdom
    Compact High Precision Optical Reference Based on Trapped Ions
  • Ursula Keller, ETH ZurichSwitzerland
    Dual-comb Spectroscopy with One Unstabilized Semiconductor Laser
  • Mercedeh Khajavikhan, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited States
    Enhancing Sensitivity of Micro-resonators Using Exceptional Points
  • Alfred Leitenstorfer, Universitat KonstanzGermany
    Attosecond Electron Transport in Plasmonic Nanostructures
  • Henri Lezec, National Inst of Standards & TechnologyUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Odile Liboiron-Ladouceur, McGill UniversityCanada
    High Speed Photodetectors on Silicon
  • Goran Mashanovich, University of SouthamptonUnited Kingdom
    Mid-infrared Silicon and Germanium Photonics for Sensing and Communications
  • Shinji Matsuo, NTT Photonics LaboratoriesJapan
    Novel Photonic Integration for Large-bandwidth and Power-efficiency Lasers and Modulators
  • Hamed Merdji, Commissariat a l'Energie AtomiqueFrance
    Enhanced Non Linear Harmonic Generation in 2D and 3D Nanostructures
  • David Moss, Swinburne University of TechnologyAustralia
    Microwave and RF Applications of Micro-combs
  • Fiorenzo Omenetto, Tufts UniversityUnited States
    Painting Silk Opals with Water and Light
  • Alejandro Ortega-Moñux, Universidad de MalagaSpain
    Subwavelength Grating Metamaterial Engineering: A New Tool for Silicon Photonics
  • Daniel Perez Lopez, Universidad Politecnica de ValenciaSpain
    Programmable Photonics: State of the Art and Future Trends
  • Dennis Prather, University of DelawareUnited States
    Integrated RF Photonic Circuits for Advanced 5G Wireless Communication Systems
  • Fabrice Raineri, Lab de Photonique et de NanostructuresFrance
    InGaP/GaP based Nonlinear Integrated Nanophotonics
  • Orad Reshef, Harvard UniversityCanada
    Zero- and Low-index Materials and Waveguides
  • Ann Roberts, University of MelbourneAustralia
    Nanophotonic Approaches to Optical Information Processing
  • Gunther Roelkens, Universiteit GentBelgium
    III-V-on-silicon Photonics Integrated Circuits for Spectroscopic Sensing in the 2-4 um Wavelength Range
  • Stephen Segal, Thorlabs IncUnited States
    Tunable Mid-infrared VCSELs for Methane Detection
  • Victor Torres Company, Chalmers Tekniska HogskolaSweden
    High-order Coherent Communications with Microresonator Frequency Comb
  • M. Selim Ünlü, Boston UniversityUnited States
    Detection and Characterization of Single Biological Nanoparticles using Si-based Microfluidics
  • Kerry Vahala, California Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Sagnac Gyroscopes Using High-Q Optical Micro Cavities
  • Nicolas Volet, University of California Santa BarbaraUnited States
    Micro-resonator Soliton Generation with a Diode Laser
  • Jelena Vuckovic, Stanford UniversityUnited States
    From Inverse Design to Implementation of Robust Nanophotonics
  • Michael Zervas, LiGenTec SASwitzerland
    Manufacturing Aspects for All-nitride-core Ultra-low Loss Silicon Nitride Photonics Platform
  • Xiaoxiao Xue, Tsinghua UniversityChina
    Linear and Nonlinear Mode Coupling in Microresonator Frequency Comb Generation

Nonlinear Photonics

  • Andrea Armani, University of Southern CaliforniaUnited States
    Plasmonically Enhanced Kerr Frequency Combs
  • Claudio Conti, Univ degli Studi di Roma La SapienzaItaly
    Replica Symmetry Breaking in Disordered Nonlinear Wave Propagation
  • Cornelia Denz, Westfaelische Wilhelms Univ MunsterGermany
    Title to be Determined
  • Sara Ducci, Université Paris DiderotFrance
    Generating High Dimensional Photonic Quantum States with AlGaAs Chips
  • Tal Ellenbogen, Tel-Aviv UniversityIsrael
    Nonlinear Surface Lattice Resonance in Plasmonic Nanoparticle Arrays
  • Julien Javaloyes, Universitat de les Illes BalearsSpain
    Title to be Determined
  • Boubacar Kante, University of California San DiegoUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Mercedeh Khajavikhan, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited States
    Non-Hermitian Photonics: Optics at an Exceptional Point
  • Cristina Masoller, Universitat Politecnica de CatalunyaSpain
    Optimal Entrainment of the Power Dropouts of a Semiconductor Laser with Optical Feedback to Pump Current Modulation
  • Arnaud Mussot, Univ Lille 1 Laboratoire PhLAMFrance
    Title to be Determined
  • Meng Pang, University of OttawaGermany
    Stable GHz-rate Mode-locking of Fiber Lasers Using Optoacoustic Interactions in Photonic Crystal Fibers
  • Kerry Vahala, California Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Dissipative Solitons in High-Q Microcavities
  • Frank Wise, Cornell UniversityUnited States
    Spatiotemporal Mode-locking in Multimode Fiber Lasers
  • Thomas Zentgraf, Universität PaderbornGermany
    Title to be Determined

Novel Optical Materials and Applications

  • F. Omer Ilday, Bilkent UniversitesiTurkey
    Nonlinearity Engineering: From Mode-locked Lasers to Complex Laser-material Interactions Keynote
  • Stefan Maier, Imperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
    Charge Transfer Processes in Nanoplasmonics Keynote
  • Dragomir Neshev, Australian National UniversityAustralia
    Optical Dielectric Metasurfaces - Fundamentals and Applications Tutorial
  • Seok-Hyun Yun, Harvard Medical SchoolUnited States
    Biomaterial Photonics Tutorial
  • Hatice Altug, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    Mid-Infrared Nanophotonics for Surface Enhanced Spectroscopy
  • Carlota Canalias, Kungliga Tekniska HogskolanSweden
    Periodically Poled KTP with Sub-wavelength Periodicity: Nonlinear Optical Interactions with Counter Propagating Waves
  • Francois Chenard, IRflex CorporationUnited States
    Chalcogenide Glass Materials for Novel Infrared Optics
  • Daniel Congreve, Rowland Institute at HarvardUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Maria Diaz-Garcia, Universidad de AlicanteSpain
    Latest Advances on Solution-processed Thin Film Organic Lasers
  • Vivian Ferry, California Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Optical Materials for Luminescent Solar Concentrators and Solar Module Thermal Management
  • Malte Gather, University of St AndrewsUnited Kingdom
    Title to be Determined
  • Romain Gaume, University of Central Florida, CREOLUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Patrice Genevet, CNRSFrance
    Gallium Nitride Metasurface Devices: Innovative Perspectives and Industrially Relevant Manufacturing Processes
  • Tian Gu, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Flexible and Stretchable Integrated Microphotonics
  • Atac Imamoglu, ETH ZurichSwitzerland
    Polaritons in Two Dimensional Materials
  • Chennupati Jagadish, Australian National UniversityAustralia
    Semiconductor Nanowires for Optoelectronics Applications
  • Sunghwan Kim, Ajou UniversitySouth Korea
    Silk Inverse Opal as a Biological Light Reflector and Emitter
  • Frank Koppens, ICFO -The Institute of Photonic SciencesSpain
    2D Material Heterostructures for New Nanophotonic Devices and Applications
  • Ho Wai Lee, Baylor UniversityUnited States
    Field-Effect Tunable and Broadband Conducting Oxide ENZ Perfect Absorbers
  • Ann-Katrin Michel, ETH Zurich
    Title to be Determined
  • Frank Nuesch, EMPASwitzerland
    Organic Salt Semiconductors with Surprising Optical and Electronic Properties
  • Rupert Oulton, Imperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
    Giant Nonlinear Response at a Plasmonic Nanofocus Drives Efficient Four Wave Mixing
  • Alberto Pique, US Naval Research LaboratoryUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Bastian Rapp, Karlsruher Institut für TechnologieGermany
    Next Generation 3D Printing: The Emergence of Enabling Materials
  • Carsten Ronning, University of JenaGermany
    Ion Beam Designed Metasurfaces
  • Jasbinder Sanghera, US Naval Research LaboratoryUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Kalaichelvi Saravanamuttu, McMaster UniversityCanada
    Title to be Determined
  • Jacob Scheuer, Tel-Aviv UniversityIsrael
    Integrated Perovskite Devices: Scalable Lithography of Methylammonium Lead Iodide
  • Adrienne Stiff-Roberts, Duke UniversityUnited States
    Resonant Infrared Matrix-Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation of Hybrid Perovskites
  • Haim Suchowski, Weizmann Institute of ScienceIsrael
    Title to be Determined
  • Kosmas Tsakmakidis, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    Super-Q Resonant Systems by Breaking the Time-bandwidth Limit in Physics and Engineering
  • Kosei Ueno, Hokkaido UniversityJapan
    Near-field Spectral Properties of Nano-engineered Metallic Nanoparticles
  • Vanessa Wood, ETH ZurichSwitzerland
    Optimizing Colloidal Nanocrystals for Light Emission Applications
  • David Wright, University of ExeterUnited Kingdom
    Phase-change Metadevices for the Dynamic and re-configurable Control of Light
  • Matthias Wuttig, Rheinish Westfalische Tech Hoch AachenGermany
    Phase Change Materials by Design: How to Realize Fast Optical Switches?

Optical Sensors

  • Francesca Bragheri, Istituto di Fotonica e NanotecnologieItaly
    Title to be Determined
  • Juncheng Cao, Shanghai Inst of Microsystem & Info TechChina
    Title to be Determined
  • Nunzio Cennamo, Seconda Universita degli Studi di NapoliItaly
    Title to be Determined
  • Andrea Cusano, University of SannioItaly
    Title to be Determined
  • Jakub Dostalek, Austrian Institute of TechnologyAustria
    Title to be Determined
  • Xudong Fan, University of MichiganUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Scott Foster, Defence Science & Tech OrganisationAustralia
    Title to be Determined
  • Alexandre Francois, University of South AustraliaAustralia
    Title to be Determined
  • Sonia Garcia-Blanco, Universiteit TwenteNetherlands
    Title to be Determined
  • Harald Giessen, Universität StuttgartGermany
    Title to be Determined
  • Jesper Gluckstad, Danmarks Teknishe UniversitetDenmark
    Title to be Determined
  • Clemens Kaminski, University of CambridgeUnited Kingdom
    Title to be Determined
  • Dai-Sik Kim, Seoul National UniversitySouth Korea
    Title to be Determined
  • Christoph Lange, Universität RegensburgGermany
    Title to be Determined
  • Byeong Ha Lee, Gwangju Inst of Science & TechnologySouth Korea
    Title to be Determined
  • Stefan Maier, Imperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
    Title to be Determined
  • Olivier Martin, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    Title to be Determined
  • Ali Masoudi, University of SouthamptonUnited Kingdom
    Title to be Determined
  • Daniel Mittleman, Brown UniversityUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • David Norris, ETH ZurichSwitzerland
    Title to be Determined
  • Willie Padilla, Boston CollegeUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • Xuewen Shu, Wuhan National Lab for OptoelectronicsChina
    Optical Fiber Sensing Devices Fabricated with Femtosecond Laser
  • Vincenzo Spagnolo, Politecnico di BariItaly
    Title to be Determined
  • Masayoshi Tonouchi, Osaka UniversityJapan
    Title to be Determined
  • Frank Vollmer, Max-Planck-Inst Physik des LichtsGermany
    Title to be Determined
  • Pengfei Wang, Dublin Institute of TechnologyIreland
    Title to be Determinee
  • Kenneth Kin-Yip Wong, University of Hong KongHong Kong
    Title to be Determined
  • Yun-Feng Xiao, Peking UniversityChina
    Title to be Determined
  • Virginie Zeninari, Universite de Reims Champagne-ArdenneFrance
    Title to be Determined

Photonic Networks and Devices

  • Hamid Hemmati, Facebook Inc.United States
    Internet Connectivity for the World's 60% Unconnected Population Keynote
  • Cristian Antonelli, Universita degli Studi dell'AquilaItaly
    The Kramers-Kronig Receiver: Opportunities and Challenges
  • Hitesh Ballani, Microsoft CorpUnited Kingdom
    Opportunities for Next Generation Photonics in the Cloud
  • Andrew Forbes, University of WitwatersrandSouth Africa
    Bridging of Digital Divide
  • Andrea Fumagalli, University of Texas at DallasUnited States
    About Reliability in Dual Hub and Dual Spoke Metro Networks
  • Lara Garrett, TE SubComUnited States
    Title to be Determined
  • David Geisler, Massachusetts Inst of Tech Lincoln LabUnited States
    Ground Receiver Architectures Enabled by Digital Coherent Combining
  • Madeleine Glick, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUnited States
    Silicon Photonics for Disaggregated Data Centers
  • George Kanellos, University of BristolUnited Kingdom
    WDM Routing for Edge Data Centers and Disaggregated Computing
  • Kostas Katrinis, IBM Research, IrelandIreland
    Title to be Determined
  • Josue Kuri, GoogleUnited States
    Design of Datacenter Networks
  • Dan Marom, Hebrew University of JerusalemIsrael
    Title to be Determined
  • Carmen Mas Machuca, Technische Universität MunchenGermany
    Reliable SDN Networks Design
  • Giovanni Milione, NEC Laboratories America IncUnited States
    MIMO-less Mode Division Multiplexing
  • David A. B. Miller, Stanford UniversityUnited States
    Self-configuring Integrated Photonic Networks for Communications, Switching and Processing
  • Antonio Napoli, Coriant Germany
    Title to be Determined
  • Jelena Pesic, Nokia CorporationFrance
    Cost Savings for Low Design Margins in WDM Elastic Networks
  • Yvan Pointurier, Nokia CorporationFrance
    Optical Slot Switching for Edge Cloud Computing
  • Niels Quack, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
    Title to be Determined
  • Emilio Riccardi, Telecom Italia LabItaly
    Disaggregation at the Optical Layer: Toward an Optical White Boxes Ecosystem?
  • Ant Rowstron, Microsoft CorpUnited Kingdom
    Title to be Determined
  • Nicola Sambo, Scuola Superiore Sant Anna di PisaItaly
    Dynamic (Re)configuration of Optical Networks Based on Monitoring Information
  • Stefan Spaelter, Coriant Germany
    Multi-failure Resiliency and Cost-effectiveness in Transport Networks: A Contradiction?
  • Michela Svaluto Moreolo, Ctr Tecnològic de Telecom de CatalunyaSpain
    Programmable Optical Transmission Systems in the Hyperconnectivity Era: A Synergy of Photonic Technologies and Software-Defined Networking
  • Marc Taubenblatt, IBM TJ Watson Research CenterUnited States
    Optical Interconnects for Large Scale Computing Systems: Trends and Challenges
  • Ioannis Tomkos, Athens Information Technology CenterGreece
    On the Challenges and Benefits of Implementing Spatially-Spectrally Flexible Optical Networks
  • Anna Tzanakaki, University of AthensGreece
    Optical Networks in Support of Future 5G Services
  • Toshimasa Umezawa, National Inst of Information & Comm TechJapan
    Advanced Photoreceiver Technology for Space Division Multiplexing Communication
  • Yuta Wakayama, KDDI R&D LaboratoriesJapan
    High-capacity Few-mode Multicore Fiber Transmission and Its Devices
  • Felix Wissel, Deutsche Telekom AG LaboratoriesGermany
    Optical Quantum Cryptography Application Scenarios in DT’s Transport Network

Signal Processing in Photonic Communications

  • Polina Bayvel, University College LondonUnited Kingdom
    SSBI mitigation Single-Sideband Transmission
  • Jin-Xing Cai, TE SubComUnited States
    Advanced Digital Technologies to Postpone the Capacity Crunch
  • Frank Chang, Inphi CorporationUnited States
    100/400G Technology for Cloud Data Centers
  • Nicolas Gisin, Universite de GeneveSwitzerland
    Quantum Communications
  • Thang Hoang, McGill UniversityCanada
    Single Wavelength 480 Gb/s Direct Detection Transmission Based on Stokes Vector Kramers-Kronig Receiver
  • Fanny Jardel, Nokia Bell LabsFrance
    FEC Coding for Geometrically and Probabilistically Shaped Constellations
  • Robert Killey, University College LondonUnited Kingdom
    Transmission Schemes for Future Access Networks
  • Toshiaki Koike-Akino, Mitsubishi Electric Research LabsUnited States
    Polar Coding for Multi-Level Modulation
  • Per Larsson-Edefors, Chalmers Tekniska HogskolaSweden
    Implementation Challenges for Energy Efficient Real-Time Processing and Error Correction Algorithms in Optical Communication Systems
  • Alan Pak Tao Lau, Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityHong Kong
    Machine Learning in Optical Communication
  • Son Le, Nokia Bell LabsGermany
    Nonlinear Signal Multiplexing
  • Zhaohui Li, Sun Yat-Sen UniversityChina
    Optical SEFDM System: Bandwidth Saving Using Non-orthogonal Sub-carriers
  • Zhe Li, University College LondonUnited States
    DSP in Short-reach Systems
  • Robert Maher, Infinera CorporationUnited States
    Signal Processing for High-Baudrate Transmission: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Jeffery Maki, Juniper Networks Inc.United States
    Cloud Optics - IEEE 802.3 Ethernet, OIF, and MSA Defined Optical Specifications in Data-center Aligned Form Factors
  • Darli Mello, UnicampBrazil
    Coded Modulation on Coherent Optical Systems
  • Bert Offrein, IBM Research GmbHSwitzerland
    Optical Signal Processing for Neural Networks
  • Peter Ossieur, Ghent University, INTECBelgium
    ASIC Implementation Challenges for Next Generation Access Networks
  • Yanni Ou, University of BristolUnited Kingdom
    IP and Optical Integration Will Start with Control and Management Plane
  • Xiaodan Pang, KTH Royal Institute of TechnologySweden
    Long-wavelength VCSEL-based High-speed SDM Interconnects Enabled by Low-complexity Signal Processing Techniques
  • Sebastian Randel, Karlsruher Institut für TechnologieGermany
    DSP for Ultra-high Baud Rate Direct Detection Systems
  • Kohki Shibahara, NTT Network Innovation LaboratoriesJapan
    LDPC-Coded FMF Transmission based on Unreplicated Successive Interference Cancellation
  • Ripalta Stabile, Technische Universiteit EindhovenNetherlands
    Optical Signal Processing in InP Integrated Devices
  • Ming Tang, Huazhong Univ of Science and TechnologyChina
    Time-frequency Signal Processing Based on Fractional Fourier Transform for Optical Communications
  • Takaya Yamazato, Nagoya UniversityJapan
    Title to be Determined
  • Fan Zhang, Peking UniversityChina
    High-speed Optical Transmission with Single-side Band Modulation

Specialty Optical Fibers

  • Jonathan Knight, University of BathUnited Kingdom
    A Review of PCF Tutorial
  • Jens Limpert, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität JenaGermany
    Ultra-large Mode Area Fibers for High Power Lasers Tutorial
  • Ole Bang, Danmarks Teknishe UniversitetDenmark
    Mid-infrared Fibre Supercontinuum Generation
  • Alain Barthelemy, XLIM Research InsitituteFrance
    Space-time Control in Multimode Fiber Amplifiers
  • Camille-Sophie Bres, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    MIR Supercontinuum in All-normal Dispersion Chalcogenide Photonic Crystal Fibers
  • Hui Cao, Yale UniversityUnited States
    Multimode Fibers for Spectroscopy
  • Solenn Cozic, Le Verre FluoreFrance
    Low Loss Fluoride Optical fibers: Fabrication and Applications
  • Peter Dragic, Univ of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUnited States
    Low Nonlinearity Fibers
  • Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem, University of AdelaideAustralia
    Soft-glass PCF
  • Alex Fuerbach, Macquarie UniversityAustralia
    Mid-IR Supercontinuum Generation
  • Ursula Gibson, Norges Teknisk Naturvitenskapelige UnivNorway
    Future of Semiconductor Optical Fibers
  • Xin Jiang, Max-Planck-Inst Physik des LichtsGermany
    Advanced Fabrication and Novel Applications of Soft-glass Microstructured Fibers
  • Clemence Jollivet, Coherent, Inc. NufernUnited States
    Tm-doped Large-Mode Area Fibers for Power Scaling of 2μm Lasers and Amplifiers
  • Laure Lavoute, NOVAEFrance
    Ultrafast Fiber Lasers at 2 µm and Applications
  • Mikhail Likhachev, RAS GPI Fiber Optics Research CenterRussia
    MW Peak Power Diffraction-limited Chirped-pulse Yb-doped Tapered Fiber Amplifier
  • Peter Mosley, University of BathUnited Kingdom
    All-fiber Single Photon Sources
  • Herve Rigneault, Centre National Recherche ScientifiqueFrance
    New Fiber Probes for Biosensing and Imaging
  • Thomas Schreiber, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität JenaGermany
    Record Powers from Single-mode Directly-diode-pumped Fiber Lasers
  • Thibaut Sylvestre, FEMTO-STFrance
    Brillouin Spectroscopy of Optical Microfibers and Nanofibers
  • J. Taylor, Imperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
    Fibre-based Sources from the UV to Mid-infrared
  • Luc Thevenaz, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    Closed-loop Controlled Brillouin Optical Time-domain Analysis
  • Alessandro Tonello, XLIM Research InsitituteFrance
    Kerr Self Beam Cleaning in Multimode Fibers
  • William Wadsworth, University of BathUnited Kingdom
    Gas-filled Hollow Core Fiber Laser in the Mid-infrared
  • Frank Wise, Cornell UniversityUnited States
    Spatio-temporal Mode-Locking of a Fiber Laser