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Novel Optical Materials and Applications (NOMA)

Image Credit: Elizabeth Hillman, Columbia University

 

Addresses new, cutting-edge research in optical materials and applications spanning the transmission spectrum from UV through terahertz.

NOMA is intended as a comprehensive conference that encompasses all types of materials with applications to optical technologies. Emphasis will be on advances in design and synthesis of optical materials for applications including imaging systems, lasers, nanoscale devices, optical waveguides and fibers, detectors, sensors, quantum photonics, and any other new and emerging applications.

New this year:

  1. A joint NOMA/PVLED symposium will focus on advances in perovskite materials for application in photovoltaics, light emission, and photodetectors
  2. We will host a workshop entitled “Machine learning for electromagnetics inverse design.”

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Committee Members

  • Ishwar Aggarwal, Univ of North Carolina at Charlotte, United StatesChair
  • Lynda Busse, US Naval Research Laboratory, United StatesChair
  • Mikhail Kats, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United StatesProgram Chair
  • Woei Ming Lee, Australian National University, AustraliaProgram Chair

Chairs

Ishwar Aggarwal

Univ of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
Chair

Lynda Busse

US Naval Research Laboratory, United States
Chair

Mikhail Kats

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Program Chair

Woei Ming Lee

Australian National University, Australia
Program Chair

Sponsors

OSA - The Optical Society

Corporate Sponsor

American Elements