In a few weeks, more than 1,400 colleagues from over 60 countries will be part of FiO + LS, OSA Members annual meeting. With just one registration, you will have access to:
- Four knowledge-filled days, with more than 50 technical sessions featuring almost 200 contributed oral talks and 90 invited speakers.
- More than 500 posters presentations, including 20 dynamic/interactive e-Posters and 80 Rapid-fire Oral Presentations.
- The Science & Industry Showcase, which is packed with new products and solutions from 60 exhibiting companies, a show floor theater and demonstrations of new technologies.
- More than 20 Special/Networking Events that offer guidance on how to make the right connections, then offer opportunities to do so.
The technical program, organized around four themes that collectively represent leading-edge applications in optics and photonics, is anchored by the plenary session, featuring two Plenary Speakers.
Heike E. Riel, IBM Research Frontiers Institute, Switzerland
Talk: The Future of Computing
Gerard Mourou, École Polytechnique, France
Talk: Chirped Pulse Amplification to ELI and Beyond
In addition, we've invited seven Visionary Speakers to provide their experience and insight on leading-edge applications in optics and photonics-from automotive optics to quantum technologies.
Mark Bolas, Microsoft Corporation, USA
Talk: Bending Light to Bend Reality
Mark Brongersma, Stanford University, USA
Talk: Activities Shaping the Wavefront of Nanophotonics
David DeMille, Yale University, USA
Talk: Tabletop Probes for TeV Physics
Jan-Erik Källhammer, Veoneer, Inc., Sweden
Talk: From Night Vision to LiDAR: An Automotive Perspective
Sir Peter Knight, Kavli Royal Society International Centre, UK
Talk: Quantum Technology for a Networked World
Prem Kumar, Northwestern University, USA
Talk: Quantum Communication and Networking
Teri Odom, Northwestern University, USA
Talk: Peering through the Looking Glass: The Next Frontier in Nano-optics
The technical conference at FiO + LS will illustrate what the future holds. Attend and get a better understanding of how your research will be part of the new frontiers of science and technology.