Thursday, 17 May 2012

International Symposium on Frontiers in THz Technology (FTT 2012)










Late in the last century, the rapid development of terahertz technology began, and in this century, a variety of applications including industrial applications have come to be expected. Many new techniques have been presented, and various applications have been proposed. The full-scale industrial application of terahertz technology has just begun in worldwide. In Japan, Terahertz Technology Forum and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science have been promoting the industrial applications of terahertz technology. At this symposium we would like to highlight what can and cannot be accomplished using the technology once it has matured, and also its particular advantageous points as compared with other techniques. We hope to further connect this discussion to future development and realistic industrial applications. Therefore, the scope of this symposium is to discuss the current state of affairs across a broad range—from basic technologies to industrial applications—and to clarify the prospects for the future.

DateNovember 27-29, 2012
VenueTodaiji Culture Center, Nara, JAPAN
Important DatesJune 30, 2012: Deadline for Abstract Submission 
July 31, 2012 : Notification of Acceptance 
Aug. 31, 2012 : Deadline for Submission of Extended Abstract 
Oct. 15, 2012 : Deadline for Early Registration
Registration Fee
Before Oct. 15, 2012
Regular : JPY 50,000 / Student : JPY 20,000
After Oct. 16, 2012
Regular : JPY 60,000 / Student : JPY 25,000
Organized byCommittee on Terahertz Science 
Technology and Industrial Development (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) 
Terahertz Technology Forum
Technically 
Co-sponsored by
The Japan Society of Infrared Science and Technology 
The Spectroscopical Society of Japan 
Professional Group of Terahertz Technology, The Japan Society of Applied Physics
Co-sponsored byMIC, MEXT, JST
For more information see  http://www.ftt2012.com/index.html

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