2015 IEEE Photonics Conference, 28th Annual Conference of the IEEE Photonics Society

4 - 8 October 2015

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Welcome to the 2015 IEEE Photonics Conference, 28th Annual Conference of the IEEE Photonics Society

4 - 8 October 2015

Hyatt Regency Reston,
Reston, Virginia USA

Plenary Speaker

Hiroshi Amano, 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics Recipient

Nagoya University, Japan

 

Plenary Speaker

Nader Engheta

University of Pennsylvania, USA

 

Plenary Speaker

David A.B. Miller

Stanford University, USA

 

Plenary Speaker

Miles Padgett

University of Glasgow, UK

 

Dear Members of the Photonics Community:

The IEEE Photonics Conference -- IPC (formerly the IEEE LEOS Annual Meeting) -- is the premier international conference in photonics organized by the IEEE and is the flagship program and annual summit of the IEEE Photonics Society. 

Taking place close to Washington DC, in Reston, Virginia, from the 4th – 8th of October this year, IPC provides our community with a major international forum spanning all aspects of photonics research. On behalf of the Program Committee, including myself together with the Conference General Chair Martin Dawson (University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK) and the Member-at-Large Thomas R. Clark (JHU Applied Physics Laboratory, MD, USA), we welcome all members of our global photonics community to this important annual event!

This year marks the International Year of Light – IYL and the IEEE Photonics Society is a founding partner of the IYL 2015. Our Photonics Conference provides a key opportunity to highlight the value and impact of photonics during the IYL. It is our great pleasure to contribute to IYL with a fantastic technical program at IPC.

2015 is also historically important for the IEEE Photonics Society since it commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the creation of the Quantum Electronics Council, which eventually became the IEEE Photonics Society.

In addition, this year we are celebrating the 2014 Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry from the field of photonics and the 25th Anniversary of the Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics in 2015.

Our technical program will reflect these important celebrations and recognitions.

Thank you all for your support and we look forward to your participation at our annual meeting and flagship conference in photonics!

Many thanks and warmest regards,

Hilmi Volkan Demir (NTU, Singapore, and Bilkent University, Turkey)

Technical Chair, IPC 2015

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Chairs

GENERAL CHAIR

Martin Dawson

Institute of Photonics - University of Strathclyde, Scotland
PROGRAM CHAIR

Hilmi Volkan Demir

Bilkent University, Turkey and NTU Singapore, Singapore
MEMBER-AT-LARGE

Thomas Clark

JHU Applied Laboratory, USA

Conference Council

Christine Bluhm

IEEE Photonics Society, USA

Kent Choquette

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Thomas Clark

JHU Applied Laboratory, USA

Hilmi Volkan Demir

Bilkent University, Turkey and NTU Singapore, Singapore

Bill Jacobs

SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, USA

Christopher Jannuzzi

IEEE Photonics Society, USA

Paul Juodawlkis

MIT Lincoln Laboratory, USA

Zetian Mi

McGill University, Canada

Lynn Nelson

AT&T, USA

Dalma Novak

Pharad LLC, USA

David V. Plant

McGill University, Canada

Weidong Zhou

Nanophotonics Lab - University of Texas at Arlington, USA



Steering Committee

Thomas Clark

JHU Applied Laboratory, USA

Martin Dawson

Institute of Photonics - University of Strathclyde, Scotland

Hilmi Volkan Demir

Bilkent University, Turkey and NTU Singapore, Singapore

Susumu Noda

Kyoto University, Japan

Dalma Novak

Pharad LLC, USA

David V. Plant

McGill University, Canada



Plenary Speakers

Hiroshi Amano

Nagoya University, Japan

LED lighting for energy savings and future prospects of LED applications

David A. B. Miller

Stanford University, USA

Arbitrary optics – novel nanophotonic and self-adapting optoelectronic systems


Nader Engheta

University of Pennsylvania, USA

Tailoring photons

Miles Padgett

University of Glasgow, UK


Tutorial Speakers

Shanhui Fan

Stanford University, USA

The difference between linear and nonlinear optical isolators from a reciprocity perspective

Vladimir Shalaev

Purdue University, USA

Practical Nanophotonics: New Approaches and Materials Platforms


Steve Patterson

DILAS, Germany

Joe C. Campbell

University of Virginia, USA


John Marsh

University of Glasgow, Scotland

Short Course Instructor

Lukas Chrostowski

University of British Columbia, Canada

Silicon Photonics Fabrication Workshop on Sub-wavelength Grating Materials / Meta-materials

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Ingrid L. Donnelly, CMP

Senior Conference Planner

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i.donnelly@ieee.org

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