Monday, 8 June 2015

Photonics West - Call for Papers

This conference brings together researchers and engineers from academia, industry, and government laboratories to explore and present work in the frequency range covering approximately less than 1 GHz (300 mm) to greater than 3 THz (100 μm). Papers on RF and millimeter technology including advances in wireless communications, radar, lidar, microwave and mm-wave photonics, metamaterials, antennas, phased array radar, modulation, security, monitoring, detection, imaging are encouraged. Papers in photonic-related fields including, but not limited to, radio over fiber (RoF) RF photonics including photonic generation of microwave signals, photonic processing of microwave signals, and photonic distribution of microwave signals and semiconductor (including Si, SiC, SOI, GaAs, GaN, InP, SiGe, diamond, graphene and other materials) RF, mm-wave and terahertz devices and related applications are also encouraged, as well as the hybrid photonic systems and applications. Terahertz (THz) technology deals with the generation and utilization of electromagnetic energy covering what is also known as the sub-millimeter wave region of the spectrum. In this region, which lies between the millimeter wave and far infrared spectral regions, materials exhibit properties that can be exploited to advantage for use over a broad range of important technologies and applications. Papers on terahertz photonics including photonic generation and detection of terahertz waves, THz lasers are also encouraged.

Abstracts are due on the 3rd of August 2015, and papers are solicited in the following areas: 

  • Terahertz sources
  • RF, sub-millimeter-wave and millimeter-wave sources
  • Detectors
  • High-power sources, modules, and systems
  • Terahertz, RF, millimeter-wave, and sub-millimeter-wave passive components
  • Materials for THz and GHz devices
  • Enhancements, improvements and advances in RF, millimeter-wave and sub-millimeter wave generation, modulation and detection
  • Simulations and modeling
  • Spectroscopy
  • Biomedical applications
  • Communication and sensing systems
  • Imaging and security
  • Astronomy and space and other areas of photonics, light, and matter
  • Innovations
  • Power supplies and electronic power conditioners
  • Organic electronics

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