Short Courses

CLEO®/Europe-EQEC 2019 will be offering an expanded short course programme covering a wide range of exciting topics in photonics and laser technology.

Short courses participants are generally targeted individuals who wish to learn about a topic outside their main area of expertise. They are intended for engineers and scientists.

Twelve courses will be scheduled to take place in parallel on Sunday afternoon 23 June 2019. Each course is scheduled in two parts: Course Part I (1 hour ½), coffee break, Course Part II (1 hour ½). The courses are open to attendees of the World of Photonics Congress and Laser World of Photonics Exhibition subject to payment of the course fee.

The 2019 Short course topics include: Ultrashort Pulse Characterization ; High-power Fiber Lasers ; Optical Parametric Oscillators ; Laser Beam Analysis, Propagation, and Spatial Shaping Techniques ; Practical Quantum Optics ; Mid-infrared Semiconductor Lasers ; THz Measurements and their Applications ; Atoms and Molecules in Tailored Laser Fields ; Frequency Combs Principles and Applications ; Silicon Photonics ; Optics in Graphene and other 2D materials ; Finite Element Modelling Methods for Photonics and Optics

Short Course Topics and Presenters:

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SH1 – Ultrashort Pulse Characterization

Selcuk Aktürk
Athens, Greece

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SH2 – High-power Fiber Lasers

Andy Clarkson
University of Southampton,
United Kingdom

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SH3 – Optical Parametric Oscillators

Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh
ICFO, Castelldefels,
Spain

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SH4 – Laser Beam Analysis, Propagation, and Spatial Shaping Techniques

James Leger
University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis,
USA

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SH5 – Practical Quantum Optics

Gerd Leuchs
Max Planck Institute for
the Science of Light,
Erlangen, Germany

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SH6 – Mid-infrared Semiconductor Lasers

Jérôme Faist
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

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SH7 – THz Measurements and their Applications

Daniel Mittleman
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

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SH8 – Atoms and Molecules in Tailored Laser Fields

Thomas Pfeifer
Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg, Germany

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SH9 – Frequency Combs Principles and Applications

Thomas Udem
Max Planck Institute
of Quantum Optics,
Garching, Germany

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SH10 – Silicon Photonics

Dries Van Thourhout
Ghent University, Belgium

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SH11 – Optics in Graphene and other 2D Materials

Coskun Kocabas
University of Manchester, UK

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SH12 – Finite Element Modelling Methods for Photonics and Optics

Arti Agrawal
University of Technology Sydney, Australia

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Short Course Registration

Advance registration is required in order to obtain the short course material. This material will not be available for purchase during the conference.
Short Course FeesPayment until 31/05/19Payment after 31/05/19
Student (*) extra fee per course160 €220€
Regular extra fee per course290€350€

(*) Applications for the student rate must include a photocopy of the official student identity card, which must also be presented on-site.