Invited Speakers

Category A: Novel optical materials/structure and applications

  • Yongguang Zhao(Jiangsu Normal University, China)

    Single-Crystal Fibers for Direct Amplification of Femtosecond Optical Vortices

  • Shilie Pan(The Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry, China)

    Fluorooxoborates: Novel Candidates for Deep-UV Nonlinear Optical Materials

  • Robert Kral(Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech)

    Novel halide materials for scintillation applications

  • Takuya Hasegawa(Tohoku University, Japan)

    Layered lanthanide molybdate phosphors: Control of morphology, crystal phase, and luminescence properties

Category B: High average power lasers and applications

  • Oleg Pronin(Helmut Schmidt Universtität, Germany)

    Pulse compression of a thin-disk oscillator to GW-level peak power with nonlinear multipass cells

  • Shigeki Tokita(Kyoto University, Japan)

    Towards Terawatt-Level Intense Mid-Infrared Lasers Based on Fe:ZnSe Chirped Pulse Amplification

Category C: High peak power lasers, high pulse energy lasers and applications

  • Yuxin Leng(Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

    Ultra-intense and Ultra-short laser and its applications in SIOM

  • Martin Divoký(HiLASE Centre, Czech)

    Faraday isolation and harmonic conversion (2ω, 3ω) on high energy kilowatt laser

  • Igor Jovanovic(University of Michigan, USA)

    The ZEUS Scientific User Facility at the University of Michigan

  • Domenico Doria(ELI-NP, Rumania)

    The latest experimental results on laser-driven particle acceleration at ELI-NP

Category D: Novel solid state / fiber / diode lasers and applications

  • Jiro Itatani(The University of Tokyo, Japan)

    Attosecond Science with Intense Infrared Sources for Soft X-ray and Condensed Matter

  • Michel Olivier(Université Laval, Canada)

    Femtosecond fiber lasers in the visible spectrum: achievements and prospects

  • Xiaoming Lu(Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

    Terawatt-level 2.4-μm pulses based on Cr:ZnS chirped pulse

  • Takuya Inoue(Kyoto University, Japan)

    Short-pulse High-power Photonic-crystal Surface-emitting Lasers

Category E: Short wavelength light sources and applications

  • Takashi Tanaka(RIKEN SPring-8 Center, Japan)

    New concept toward realization of attosecond FELs and its experimental demonstration

  • John Sheil(Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography (ARCNL), Netherlands)

    Modelling of laser-driven EUV source plasmas for nanolithography

  • Masahiko Ishino(QST, Japan)

    Soft x-ray laser ablation toward to nanometer-scale depth surface patterning

  • Eiji J Takahashi(RIKEN, Japan)

    Next generation ultrafast laser for attosecond science

  • Kenji Tanaka(National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan)

    Laser phase contrast imaging for the visualization of plasma fluctuations

Category F: Terahertz devices, nonlinear optics and applications

  • Matteo Clerici(University of Insubria, Italy)

    Non-classical light for THz sensing

  • Safumi Suzuki(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

    Milliwatt-class terahertz signal sources using resonant tunneling diodes

  • Mathias Hedegaard Kristensen(University of Bordeaux, France)

    Terahertz Optical Rectification and Second-Harmonic Generation at the Surface of Nonlinear Crystals

Category G: Novel optical devices, metamaterials, structure and applications

  • Masashi Miyata(NTT, Japan)

    Dispersion-engineered Metasurfaces Enabling High-sensitivity Image Sensors

  • Shunsuke Murai(Kyoto Univ., Japan)

    Engineering Photoluminescence with Nanoantennas

Category H: Optical devices and techniques for bio and medical applications

  • Hsiang-Chieh Lee(National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

    Long-range imaging using swept-source OCT based on HCG-VCSEL

  • Yoshihisa Yamaoka(Komatsu University, Japan)

    Development of photoacoustic microscopy for biomedical applications

Category I: Optical frequency combs / Frequency stabilized lasers and applications

  • Alireza Marandi(California Institute of Technology, USA)

    Ultrafast Quadratic Nonlinear Nanophotonics: From Superior Components to Advanced Circuits

  • Youjian Song(Tianjin University, China)

    Ultra-High Timing Precision Femtosecond Lasers and Applications

  • Jungwon Kim(KAIST, Korea)

    It’s the perfect timing for optical frequency combs

  • Gregory B Rieker(University of Colorado, USA)

    Practical Dual Comb Spectroscopy to Improve Energy Systems: Navigating the Interfaces Between Science, Engineering, and Industry

  • Jason Jones(The University of Arizona, USA)

    Dual-Comb Spectroscopy from the IR to the Deep Ultraviolet for Characterization of Laser Plasmas

  • Arnan Mitchell(RMIT University, Australia)

    Centre of Excellence in Optical Microcombs for Breakthrough Science: a new wave of photonic solutions

Category J: Quantum optics and their applications

  • Yoshiaki Tsujimoto(National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)

    Quantum operation using nonlinear interaction between single photons

  • Bao-Sen Shi(University of Science and Technology of China, China)

    Rydberg atom-based sensors for radio-frequency electric field measurement

  • Lucia Caspani(University of Strathclyde, Scotland)

    Towards Quantum-enhanced nonlinear imaging

ALPS-HEDS-XOPT Joint Session

  • Ye Tian(SIOM, China)

    Ultrafast laser driven Coherent Terahertz Surface plasmon polariton amplification and electron acceleration

  • Manuel Guizar-Sicairos(Paul Scherrer Institut)

    High-Resolution Three Dimensional Imaging Using Ptychography

  • Hye-Sook Park(Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA)

    Study of astrophysical collisionless shocks in the laboratory