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Session 5: Glass-based optical devices



Glasses are important materials for optical components and devices given their excellent optical transparency and versatile processing. Novel oxide and non-oxide glass compositions and fabrication technology development have further enabled emerging applications, such as light emission, infrared imaging, nonlinear optical signal processing, and sensing. This session will cover material synthesis and processing as well as device fabrication and applications of innovative device architectures, including but not limited to, molded optics, diffractive optics, thin-film optical coatings, and integrated photonic devices. 



Juejun Hu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Rongping Wang, Australia National University, Australia

Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem, The University of Adelaide, Australia




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