Nano and micro-structured composite materials for privacy and smart window applications
Professor Ibrahim Abdulhalim is with the Electro-optics and Photonics Engineering Unit at Ben Gurion University since 2005. He worked in academic institutions and companies such as OCSC in UC at Boulder, the ORC at Southampton University, the Thin Films Center of the University of Western Scotland, in KLA-Tencor, Nova and GWS Photonics. His current research activities involve plasmonic and photonic biosensors, liquid crystal devices for imaging, biomedical imaging, optical metrology and energy devices. Published over 200 articles, 2 books, 10 chapters and inventor on 20 patents. He is a fellow of IoP and SPIE and an associate editor for the Journal of NanoPhotonics and for the Journal of Imaging. In 2014 he established Photonicsys Ltd., a company specialized in developing miniature plasmonic and photonic biosensor.
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Shien-Kuei Peter Liaw, Taiwan
Free-space optic WDM bidirectional transmission: Design and Evaluation
Shien-Kuei Peter Liaw
Shien-Kuei (Peter) Liaw received double PhD degrees from National Chiao-Tung University in photonics engineering and from National Taiwan University in mechanical engineering, respectively. He joined the Chunghua Telecommunication, Taiwan, in 1993. Since then, he has been working on optical communication and fiber based technologies. Prof. Liaw joined the department of Electronic Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) in 2000. He has ever been director of the Optoelectronics Research Center and the Technology Transfer Center, NTUST. He was a visiting researcher at Bellcore (now Telcordia), USA for six months in 1996 and a visiting Professor at University of Oxford, UK for three months in 2011.
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Asima Pradhan, India
Steady state fluorescence and principal component supported lifetime images for cervical precancer detection
Asima Pradhan is a professor in the Department of Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, India, and is also associated with the Center for Lasers and Photonics. She received her PhD from City University of New York, New York, US. Her areas of interest include laser spectroscopy and bio photonics. Her expertise is in fluorescence spectroscopy, light scattering spectroscopy, time-resolved fluorescence, polarization-based fluorescence, Mueller matrix imaging and FLIM.
12:05 PM-12:40 PMRoom 1
Xiao-long Liu , China
New approaches to characterize the properties of femtosecond laser Filament
Xiao-long Liu is an Associate Professor in Diode-pumped Laser Engineering Center in Academy of Opto-Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, where he has been since 2012. From 2015 to 2016 he was a Visiting Scholar in College of Optical Sciences, The University of Arizona. He received his Ph.D. in Optics from Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Science on 2012.
His research interests are as follows. First, nonlinear phenomena and their applications of filamentation generated by femtosecond laser pulse in transparent media. Second, fundamental research on ultrashort laser matter interaction and its application in laser micromachining and laser cleaning.
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Shilpi Gupta , India
Advancements in Free Space Optical Communication
Shilpi Gupta is an Assistant Professor of Electronics Engineering Department at Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology. She Received her Ph. D in Wireless Communication SVNIT, Surat in 2015. She received the M. Tech. degree from Kurukshetra University in 2007. She has published papers in reputed International journals. Her teaching and current research activities are focused on Free Space Optics, Optical biosensors using LPFG, FBG, Signal Processing, OFDM Technology, MIMO Technology, MIMO Radar Technology, Massive MIMO and 5G Technology. She works also as reviewer in an International Journal and had been as reviewer and program committees in International Conferences. She has supervised many undergraduate and postgraduate students to graduation. She is member of IEEE, IETE.
02:50 PM-03:10 PMRoom 1
Paula Gawryszewska , Poland
Lanthanide chelates with N-phosphorylated sulfonamides and carboxamides as electromagnetic radiation converters
Paula Gawryszewska is D.Sc. Eng. at the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Wroclaw. She received her M. Sc. in Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. In 1998 she received a PhD in Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Wrocław in the group of prof. Janina Legendziewicz. Then she spent 6 months (1998/1999) at Michigan Technological University (MTU) in the group of prof. James Riehl, where she dealt with polarized luminescence of racemic mixtures of lanthanide complexes. In the USA she stayed twice more on short stays in 1999 and 2014 in MTU and University of Minnesota Duluth (prof. J. Riehl). Her scientific interests include coordination chemistry, luminescent materials, energy transfer in lanthanide compounds, plasmon-enhanced fluorescence.
Ana Doblas received her BS, Ms.and PhD degrees in Physics from the Universitat de València, Spain, in 2010, 2011 and 2015, respectively. After she finished her PhD work, she joined the Optical Coherence Imaging Laboratory under the supervision of Dr A. Oldenburg (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of North Caroline in Chapel Hill, U.S.A.) where she did her 1-year Postdoc. Since 2016, she is at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A.). Firstly, as a Research Assistant Professor in the Computational Imaging Research Laboratory (CIRL) and since 2019 as an Assistant Professor and principal investigator of the Optical Imaging Research Laboratory (OIRL). Her current research interests are focused on optical engineering, computational optics and three-dimensional imaging with special interest in the design of novel microscopic imaging systems and their applications. Her final goal is to develop novel optical microscopes that provide us an understanding of unsolved biological questions. Although this topic requires multi-disciplinary approaches from different backgrounds such as Biology, Physics, Microscopy and Informatics, her particular focus is the development of custom optical imaging methods with some insights in image analysis tools to pursue cutting-edge research. Since 2012, she is author of 23 peer-reviewed scientific journals, her work has been presented at over fifty international conferences and she is co-inventor of two US patents.
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Pin-Kuan Yeh, Taiwan
The utilization of laser-induced nucleic acid amplification reaction on the surface of composite magnetic nanoparticles for rapid and semi-quantitative genes detection
Pin-Kuan Yeh held a bachelor’s degree with a major in biomedical science in Chang Gung University in Taiwan. Now he is a master’s student with a major in biotechnology industry in Chang Gung University and study in microfluidic biochip laboratory. Besides his major, he had internship experience in Blusense-diagnostics Inc. to participate in the project of establishing production line automation with robotic arms. Furthermore, he teamed up with his classmates to participate in the International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition (iGEM) in 2017 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He was passionate about research in engineering field, and he was the leader of engineering group in the team
04:00 PM-04:10 PMRoom 1
Taeyeon Kim , Korea
A fabrication of nanostructures by controlling a gap distance in a transmission and diffraction light
Taeyeon Kim is a Ph.D. student majoring in Cogno-Mechatronics Engineering at Pusan National University in Republic of Korea. He also majored in Optics and Mechatronics engineering as a bachelor and in Cogno-Mechatronics engineering as a master's degree at the same university. He is currently working in the NanoBioPhotonics laboratory under the guidance of professor Kyujung Kim. NanoBioPhotonics Laboratory investigates plasmon based optical imaging and optical sensing techniques to visualize molecular interactions in biological applications, and interests in developments of optical medical devices. Here, he is studying to fabricate a smaller-sized pattern on a large area by combining plasmonics with nanolithography technology.
04:10 PM-04:20 PMRoom 1
Taerim Yoon, Korea
Investigation of a high-resolution optical inspection system for fabricated metallic nanostructures using structured illuminations
Taerim Yoon is a Ph.D. student majoring in Cogno-Mechatronics Engenineering at Pusan National University in Republic of Korea. He also majored in Optics and Mechatronics engineering as a bachelor and in Cogno-Mechatronics engineering as a master's degree at the same university. He is currently working in the NanoBioPhotonics laboratory under the guidance of professor Kyujung Kim. NanoBioPhotonics Laboratory investigates plasmon based optical imaging system and optical sensing techniques to visualize molecular interactions in biological applications, and interests in developments of optical imaging devices. Here, he is studying to develop a high resolution imaging system for nano biophotonics using structured illumination.
04:20 PM-04:50 PM
Dengxin Hua, China
Lidar Technology and Application for Atmospheric Haze/smog Detection
Dengxin Hua (1964- ): male, Professor, graduated from Fukui University, Japan and received a Ph.D. degree in 2005. Main research interest includes lidar technology for atmosphere and photoelectric testing technology and instruments
04:50 PM-05:20 PMRoom1
Salem Bin Dhaiq, Malaysia
Integrated plasmonic nanosensors for lab-on-chip applications
Salem Bin Dhaiq
Salem Bindhaiq is towards a professional career after completing his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from University Technology Malaysia (UTM). Salem has focused on a world-class technology of fixed access networks technologies, TWDM technology and many aspects of fiber-optic communications, including advanced optical modulation, multiplexing, and detection. Now, Salem orients his research to focus on sophisticated approaches to overcome the optical networks capacity crunch and cost implementation. For instance, Space Division Multiplexing (SDM), Elastic Optical Network (EON) and their enabling technologies. These approaches would have a great impact on real-life applications in the forthcoming years.
05:20 PM-05:50 PMRoom1
Lallas Efthymios , Greece
AOLS emerging technologies for Big Data traffic management
Dr. Lallas Efthymios is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Computer Engineering of Technological Educational Institute of Sterea Ellada, located in Lamia of Greece, for the last 4 years. For many years in the past he has been a Lecturer under contract (PD 407/80) for Technological Educational Institute of Sterea Ellada and other Universities (University of Thessaly) as well. His previous activities include key job positions in the private sector (Designer and Deputy Director of the Core Networks Division for the HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES SA), as well as in the Public Sector (Head Director of Lifelong Learning Registry of Ministry of Education). He has worked as a Scientific Associate for several major European Research Programs (P917-ADSL Experimental Network, P918-Integration of Internet Protocol over Optical Networks, IST-FET-OPEN-OCCULT) and Greek Research Programs (NETWORK I and II) (GRNET, OTE). Recently he has been a Scientific Associate for the European project FP7-ICT-2011-7 "NAVOLCHI" related energy-efficient architectural networks in the chip (NoC). He is an author of many scientific papers in international, under judgment, conferences (ECOC) and journals (IEEE, Elsevier) as well. His major research interests include Network Optimization, Routing-Switching Protocols-Graphs, Broadband Network Technologies, Optical Networks and Communications, Nanophotonics and Nanotechnologies, Network on Chip Architectures (NoC), Network Design and Technoeconomical Evaluation, Network System Security and Cryptography, Wireless-Sensor Networks, Cognitive Networks, Internet of Things (IOT), Fog-Mobile Edge Computing, Innovative and Advanced Informatics Techniques for Education purposes, STEM, Robotics in Education.
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Anjan Biswas, USA
Quasi-stationary optical Gaussons
Anjan Biswas earned his B.Sc (Honors) in Mathematics from St. Xavier’s College in Calcutta, India. Subsequently, he obtained M.Sc and M.Phil degrees in Applied Mathematics from the University of Calcutta in India. Finally, he gained his MA and Ph.D. degre
09:45 AM-10:15 AM
Amin Malek Mohammadi , USA
Silicon Photonics for High-Performance Interconnects
Amin Malek Mohammadi
Dr Amin Malek Mohammadi is an experienced researcher with thorough discipline in Silicon Photonics, Design, Fabrication, and Data Analysis. He is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and a Senior Member of IEEE, a member of Engineering Council (CEng), IET and Optical Society of America (OSA) has published over 90 scientific research papers, a postgraduate textbook, as well as delivering few keynote speeches at different international scientific conferences around the Globe. Up to now he is the holder of 4 patents on optical fiber communication systems.
10:15 AM-10:45 AM
Moustafa Hussein Aly Hassan, Egypt
New Trends in Optical Communications
Moustafa Hussein Aly Hassan
Moustafa H. Aly has completed his PhD at the age of 34 years from Alexandria University and postdoctoral studies from Stracthclyde University (Scotland). He is professor of Optical Communications at College of Engineering, a former dean of engineering, Arab Academy. He has published more than 245 papers in reputed journals and specialized conferences. He is a co-supervisor for more than 125 M.Sc. and Ph.D. students, who already obtained their degrees. He has been serving as a reviewer of many ranked journals.
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Thomas F George, USA
Thomas F George
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Dimpi Paul, India
Effect of geometry of the probe onto the sensing application based on localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) technique
Dr. Dimpi Paul received her M.Sc. degree in physics from the Tezpur University, in 2012. She is currently working in “Applied optics and photonics research Laboratory” under the supervision of Dr.
R. Biswas and Prof. N. S. Bhattacharyya. She has publishe
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Suzana Miladić-Tešić, Serbia
Optical layer grooming in elastic optical networks using the principles of swarm intelligence
Suzana Miladić-Tešić received her M. Sc. Degree in telecommunications at University of Novi Sad, in 2011. She is currently working on her PhD thesis “Optimizing the performances of WDM optical networks by traffic grooming and wavelength conversion” at University of Belgrade. Research interests are: optical networking, elastic optical networks