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6th International Conference on Photonics, will be organized around the theme “New Research Horizons: Photonics in a Changing World”

Photonics 2017 is comprised of 14 tracks and 100 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Photonics 2017.

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Photonics is the science of light (photon) generation, detection, and manipulation through emission, transmission, modulation, signal processing, switching, amplification, and detection/sensing. In the 20th century photonics research is creating a huge impact on the nation developing advanced technologies and using in different applications.

The below seven areas already made and is expected to make an even larger impact in the future.

•          Information Technology and Telecommunications
•          Health Care and the Life Sciences – Biophotonics
•          Optical Sensing, Lighting, Energy and Displays
•          Optics in Manufacturing
•          National Security and Defense
•          Manufacturing of Optical Systems and Components
•          Education and Research

  • Track 1-1Green Photonics
  • Track 1-2Organic Photonics
  • Track 1-3Nonlinear Optics and Photonics
  • Track 1-4Optical Biosensors
  • Track 1-5Photodetectors, Sensors and Imaging
  • Track 1-6Fiber Optic Sensors, Instrumentation and Techniques
  • Track 1-7Integrated Photonics

Photonics for Energy focuses on the investigation of light-matter interaction in a broad range of frequencies, from the visible to the THz. This interaction is enhanced by resonant structures such as nanowires and metallic photonic structures. Light harvesting enhanced by electromagnetic field resonances is one of the major contributions of photonics for solar energy conversion. Also strong-light matter coupling can generate new opportunities for tailoring material properties relevant for energy applications.

  • Track 2-1Photonic Materials for Renewable Energy 
  • Track 2-2Innovative Photonic Concepts for Renewable Energy
  • Track 2-3Photonic Sensors in Power Plants and Buildings 
  • Track 2-4Solar Light Harvesting and Thermal Energy Conversion
  • Track 2-5Plasmonic Structures and Quantum dots
  • Track 2-6Chemical Energy Conversion and Fuel Generation

The exertion of nanostructure substance for optoelectronic gadgets, including light-discharging diodes, laser diodes, photodetectors, and photovoltaics, has pulled in significant consideration as of late because of their novel geometry. Nanostructures in little measurements can be superbly coordinated into an assortment of mechanical stages, offering novel physical and synthetic properties for the elite optoelectronic gadgets. The misuse of new nanostructures and their optical and electrical properties is fundamental for their rising down to earth gadget applications.

  • Track 3-1Materials for Infrared Optoelectronics
  • Track 3-2Material Growth and Characterization
  • Track 3-3THz materials and Devices
  • Track 3-4Applications of Infrared Optoelectronics Devices
  • Track 3-5Advanced Optoelectronic Materials, Structures and Devices
  • Track 3-6Photonic Crystals

Microwave photonics is an interdisciplinary area. that studies the interaction between microwave and. optical signals, for applications such as broadband wireless. access networks, sensor networks, radar, satellite communi- cations, instrumentation, and warfare systems. The opto-electronic systems makes the transmission and processing of microwave signals, while the development of high-capacity optical communication systems has required the use of microwave techniques in optical transmitters and receivers.

  • Track 4-1Components for Analog Systems (Including low noise lasers, modulators and photodetectors for microwave, millimeter wave and terahertz frequencies)
  • Track 4-2 Subsystems for Signal Processing (including photonic filtering, analog-to-digital converters and digital-to-analog converters)
  • Track 4-3Photonic Signal Generation for Microwave, Millimeter Wave and Terahertz Applications
  • Track 4-4 Microwave Photonic and Radio-over-fiber Subsystems (including high performance photonic links, up- and down-conversion techniques, and novel encoding and decoding techniques)

Photonics is an emerging technology, comparable to semiconductor technology. Many functions in technical applications are currently realised by semiconductor products. The expectation is that photonic devices will partially replace existing semiconductor devices, but on top of that will also complement these in a qualitative way. The unique characteristics of photonic devices create an additional dimension like enlarged bandwidth, energy saving and larger communication distances. In addition, photonic devices are less sensitive to interference and have unique physical characteristics.

  • Track 5-1Ultrafast Electron Diffraction and Imaging
  • Track 5-2SFG/SHG Spectroscopy and Imaging
  • Track 5-3Biological Imaging and Sensing Applications
  • Track 5-4Imaging through Multi-mode Fibers

Nanophotonics or Nano-optics is the study of the behavior of light on the nanometer scale, and of the interaction of nanometer-scale objects with light. It is a branch of optics, optical engineering, electrical engineering, and nanotechnology. It often (but not exclusively) involves metallic components, which can transport and focus light via surface plasmon polaritons. The term "nano-optics", just like the term "optics", usually concerns ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared light (free-space wavelength around 300-1200 nanometers).

  • Track 6-1Photonic & Plasmonic Nanomaterials
  • Track 6-2Magneto-Optical Nanomaterials
  • Track 6-3Quantum dots
  • Track 6-4Nonlinear Nano-optics
  • Track 6-5Nanoscale Waveguide Devices, Nanowires and Nanoparticle-based photonic devices
  • Track 6-6Silicon Photonics
  • Track 6-7Micro-optics

Optical sensors have significant applications crosswise over different segments, for example, business, resistance, medicinal gear, and innovative work. Expanding sending of optical sensors over the aforementioned portions is required to fuel the interest for optical frameworks at the worldwide level. There are different favorable circumstances of optical sensors for these applications including more prominent affectability, electrical lack of involvement, opportunity from electromagnetic obstruction, wide element range, both point and disseminated design, and multiplexing capacities. Inferable from these elements, the optical sensor business sector was considered by BCC Research to be a critical zone for study.

  • Track 7-1 Importance and Role of Optical Fibers
  • Track 7-2Light Sources and Detectors
  • Track 7-3Chemical Sensors
  • Track 7-4 Temperature Sensors
  • Track 7-5 Promising New Optical Sensor Technologies
  • Track 7-6Biomedical Sensors and Strain Sensors
  • Track 7-7Electrical and Magnetic Sensors
  • Track 7-8Rotation Sensors and Pressure Sensors
  • Track 7-9Displacement and Position Sensors
  • Track 7-10Acoustic and Vibration Sensors
  • Track 7-11Miscellaneous Sensors
  • Track 7-12Specialty Fibers for Sensors
  • Track 7-13Advantages and Disadvantages of Optical Sensors
  • Track 8-1Design, Control and Management of Optical Networks
  • Track 8-2 Next-generation GMPLS, ASON, Photonic MPLS, Open Flow
  • Track 8-3Optoelectronic Label Switching Networks
  • Track 8-4Convergence Fixed-mobile Networks
  • Track 8-5Energy Efficiency in Optical Networks
  • Track 8-6Passive Optical Networks
  • Track 8-7Integration of Optical and Wireless Networking
  • Track 8-8Quantum Photonic Networks
  • Track 8-9New Optical Fiber Technologies
  • Track 8-10Optical Modulation and Signal Processing
  • Track 8-11Optical Amplification and Sensing
  • Track 8-12Optical Access Networks
  • Track 8-13Hybrid Optical-Wireless Networks
  • Track 8-14Optical Communications: Devices to Systems
  • Track 9-1Nanophotonic Metamaterials and Devices for Switching and Routing
  • Track 9-2Data Center Enabling Technologies
  • Track 9-3Optical Reconfiguration Techniques and Technologies for Computing Systems
  • Track 9-4Optoelectronic and all-Optical Switching and Flip-flops
  • Track 9-5Photonic Memory and Optical Buffers
  • Track 9-6 Fast MEMS Switches
  • Track 9-7 Silicon Photonic Switching Technologies Using Monolithic and Heterogeneous Integration
  • Track 9-8Energy Efficiency
  • Track 9-9Tunable Laser Technologies
  • Track 9-10Tunable Receiver Technologies
  • Track 9-11Applied Industrial Optics

The term biophotonics denotes a combination of biology and photonics, with photonics being the science and technology of generation, manipulation, and detection of photons, quantum units of light. Photonics is related to electronics and photons. Photons play a central role in information technologies such as fiber optics the way electrons do in electronics. Biophotonics can also be described as the "development and application of optical techniques, particularly imaging, to the study of biological molecules, cells and tissue". One of the main benefits of using optical techniques which make up biophotonics is that they preserve the integrity of the biological cells being examined. Biophotonics has therefore become the established general term for all techniques that deal with the interaction between biological items and photons. This refers to emission, detection, absorption, reflection, modification, and creation of radiation from biomolecular, cells, tissues, organisms and biomaterials. Areas of application are life science, medicine, agriculture, and environmental science. Similar to the differentiation between "electric" and "electronics" a difference can be made between applications, which use light mainly to transfer energy via light (like Therapy or surgery) and applications which excite matter via light and transfer information back to the operator (like diagnostics). In most cases the term biophotonics is only referred to the second case.

  • Track 10-1Photonic Therapeutics and Diagnostics
  • Track 10-2Neurophotonics, Neurosurgery and Optogenetics
  • Track 10-3Clinical Technologies and Systems
  • Track 10-4Nano-Biophotonics
  • Track 10-53D Printing
  • Track 10-6Biomedical Spectroscopy, Microscopy and Imaging
  • Track 10-7Translational Research
  • Track 11-1High Intensity Lasers and High Field Phenomena
  • Track 11-2Photomedicine and Laser Surgery
  • Track 11-3High-power lasers, Semiconductor Lasers and Laser Dynamics
  • Track 11-4Plasma Technologies
  • Track 11-5Semiconductor Lasers and LEDs
  • Track 11-6Waveguide Lasers
  • Track 11-7Fiber Lasers and Applications
  • Track 11-8Laser Spectroscopy and Microscopy
  • Track 11-9Biomedical and Therapeutic Laser Applications
  • Track 11-10Quantum Information and Measurement
  • Track 11-11Quantum Electronics and Laser Science
  • Track 11-12Laser Photonics

In optics, an image-forming optical system is a system capable of being used for imaging. The diameter of the aperture of the main objective is a common criterion for comparison among optical systems, such as large telescopes. The two traditional systems are mirror-systems (catoptrics) and lens-systems (dioptrics), although in the late twentieth century, optical fiber was introduced. Catoptrics and dioptrics have a focal point, while optical fiber transfers an image from one plane to another without an optical focus. Isaac Newton is reported to have designed what he called a catadioptrical phantasmagoria, which can be interpreted to mean an elaborate structure of both mirrors and lenses.

  • Track 12-1Systems and Network Performances
  • Track 12-2Photonics in Computing Systems
  • Track 12-3Optical Cross-Connects
  • Track 12-4Photonic Packet Switching and Routers
  • Track 12-5Photonic Burst Switching Routers
  • Track 12-6Photonic Circuit Switching
  • Track 12-7Optical Time Domain Multiplexed Systems
  • Track 12-8Optical Multiple Access Systems (WDMA, TDMA, and CDMA)
  • Track 12-9Parallel Data Links and Space Division Multiplexing