Plenary speakers | Invited speakers | Conference Program | Instructions for authors

Plenary speakers

Prof. Juerg Leuthold
ETH Zürich
Plasmonics for Integrated Optics
Prof. Peter Hommelhoff
University of Erlangen
A Particle Accelerator on a Photonic Chip: Design and Applications
Prof. Marin Soljačić Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Nanophotonics for tailoring radiation from fast electrons
Prof. Dr. Christine Silberhorn, Institute for Photonic Quantum Systems, Paderborn University
Integrated devices and high-dimensional photonic systems for quantum technologies

Invited speakers

Dr. Carlos Ramos
Université Paris Saclay / Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
Engineering Photons and Phonons in Silicon Nanostructures
Dr. Marcelo Davanco
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Single solid-state quantum emitter photonics for on-chip quantum information
Kyoungsik Yu
Associate Professor
KAIST (Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
MEMS-based integrated photonic elements for ultra-low-power programmability
Uriel Levy
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Atom-photon interactions in atomic vapor waveguides
University of Málaga
Integrated Photonic Biosensors
Prof. Anthony Laing
Bristol University & Duality Quantum Photonics
Integrated photonic quantum technologies
Prof. Caterina Ciminelli
Full Professor
Politecnico di Bari
Cutting-edge Integrated Photonics in Space
Milos Nedeljkovic
Research Fellow
University of Southampton
Silicon photonics for medical and environmental sensing
Andrew Shields
Head of Quantum Technology Division
Toshiba Europe Ltd
Quantum Key Distribution with Integrated Photonics
Sébastien CUEFF
Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon
VO2 nanophotonics
Multilevel reconfigurable nanophotonics with low-loss phase-change materials
Victor Torres Company
Chalmers University
Power-efficient silicon nitride soliton microcombs
Giampiero Contestabile
Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
Integration Technologies for High-Speed Neuromorphic Photonics
Michael Strain
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Advanced transfer printing for the integration of micron-scale devices

Conference Program

The full papers will be available online during the conference to registered participants.

Instructions for authors

Oral Sessions
The presentation times for oral sessions are as follows:

  • contributed talks 15 minutes
  • invited talks 30 minutes

Please consider that each presentation should include 3 minutes for Q&A.
Presenters and chairs should meet 20 minutes before the beginning of their session in the room indicated in the programme.
Presentations should be prepared in MS PowerPoint (preferred) or in PDF format and uploaded directly in the assigned conference room before the beginning of the session.
A 16:9 FullHD video projector and a PC are available in conference rooms as well as a remote controller with laser pointer.

We suggest preparing presentations in 16:9 format, however 4:3 would be also acceptable. Videos included in the presentation are recommended to be in WMV and AVI formats.

Poster Sessions
Poster boards are in vertical/portrait format and their size is A0 (W: 841 mm x H: 1189 mm).
Every poster-holder will display the paper number. All materials necessary for fastening the posters are provided by the organizers and are available in the poster area. Presenters are asked to set up their poster during the coffee break preceding the poster session.
Presenters should display paper titles, lists of authors and author affiliations on their posters.
Presenters are required to be available for discussion during the scheduled poster session. After the end of the session, presenters are asked to remove their own poster. The organizing committee does not take responsibility for posters left unattended after the end of the session.