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SC: Glasses for Optoelectronic and Optical Applications

PACRIM 10

 

Historically, glasses have played a central role in the development of optical and photonic technologies such as lenses, mirrors, and telecommunication networks. From fiber laser amplifiers to integrated optical circuitry, glasses enable new optical technologies. Glasses continue to be the most flexible and tailorable materials for the design and development of both passive and active optical devices. This symposium will cover all topics related to glasses for photonic and optoelectronic applications. Development of glasses with new optical as well as combination of optical and electrical properties is of interest. This includes but is not limited to, luminescent materials for active device, photosensitivity and optical processing of glass, glass fibers and sensors and optoelectronic devices.

 

Proposed Symposium Topics

  • Optical absorption
  • Photosensitivity
  • Active optical materials
  • Phosphors for lighting displays
  • Sensing
  • Novel optical fibers and glass/conductor composites
  • Optical coatings
  • Transparent electro-active materials

Symposium Organizers
Mark Davis, Schott, USA
Norman Anheier, PNNL, USA
Kathleen Richardson, Clemson University, USA
John Ballato, Clemson University, USA
Hideo Hosono, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem, University of Adelaide, Australia

Jas Sanghera, NRL, USA

Julien Lumeau, University of Central Florida, USA

Romain Gaume, University of Central Florida, USA

Juejun Hu, University of Delaware, USA

 

Points of Contact
Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem

 


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