Lecturers

Confirmed Speakers:

Andrew Forbes, University of Witwatersrand, Sout h Africa, Classical and quantum properties of vector vortex light fields

Michael Damzen, Imperial College London, United Kingdom, Wavelength tunable lasers for space and airborne remove sensing

Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo, Canada, Laser pulses compression techniques

Anna Bezryadina, University of California San Diego, USA, Optical tweezers applications in the bacteria trapping and manipulation

Judith Su, University of Arizona, USA, Microtoroid resonators

Mercedeh Khajavikhan, University of Central Florida, USA, Coherent properties of metallic nanolasers

Liang Feng, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, Orbital angular momentum microlasers

Roberto Morandotti, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada, On-chip quantum frequency combs

Luis Orozco, University of Maryland, USA, Lasers Applications to the Study of the Atomic Quantum Structure

Katarina Svanberg, Lund Laser Centre, Sweden, Laser light disease detection

Jean-luc Dumont, Principae, Belgium, Professional Development Workshop

Confirmed Speakers:

Andrew Forbes, University of Witwatersrand, Sout h Africa, Classical and quantum properties of vector vortex light fields

Michael Damzen, Imperial College London, United Kingdom, Wavelength tunable lasers for space and airborne remove sensing

Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo, Canada, Laser pulses compression techniques

Anna Bezryadina, University of California San Diego, USA, Optical tweezers applications in the bacteria trapping and manipulation

Judith Su, University of Arizona, USA, Microtoroid resonators

Mercedeh Khajavikhan, University of Central Florida, USA, Coherent properties of metallic nanolasers

Liang Feng, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, Orbital angular momentum microlasers

Roberto Morandotti, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada, On-chip quantum frequency combs

Luis Orozco, University of Maryland, USA, Lasers Applications to the Study of the Atomic Quantum Structure

Clemens Kaminski, University of Cambridge, UK, Super resolution microscopy, theory and practice

Katarina Svanberg, Lund Laser Centre, Sweden, Laser light disease detection

Jean-luc Dumont, Principae, Belgium, Professional Development Workshop

Academic Program

Host

Venue

Leon is located in the state of Guanajuato and is the fifth largest city in Mexico.

Originally a colonial town rich in culture and history, the city later became known as the “Shoe Capital of the World”, due to its large production of quality leather goods and shoes for national and international markets, and without a doubt, it is a great shopping destination that also has modern architecture, top class hotels, excellent shopping centers and a great diversity of restaurants, all of this brought about by the city’s recent industrial growth.

Leon is strategically located in the center of Mexico, and it is very well connected to major cities and airports. The International Airport of Guanajuato is located 20 miles from Leon, and has direct flights to and from six U.S. cities, including Dallas, Chicago and Los Angeles.

Arco de León

Cultural activities

Visa information

We recommend that you contact the nearest Mexican consulate in your home country to inquire about the process to obtain it.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the congress Secretariat, Ms. Annette Torres at: annette@cio.mx