Symposium on Globalization in Photonics Research & Development

Symposium on Globalization in Photonics Research & Development

Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm
Photonics is a global field, with established industries functioning efficiently based on highly interconnected multinational and multicultural teams, combining technical and capabilities across very long distances. Rapid growth, new application fields, new discoveries and the next generation of scientists and technologists are emerging across the globe, with much exciting progress happening in regions that have only recently entered the photonics field.

The IEEE Photonics Globalization Committee highlights here in this special symposium some of the excellent work in photonics that is happening world-wide, with special emphasis on scientists in both emerging and established regions as well as those that could benefit from closer international cooperation.

In a series of invited talks, eminent scientists from different global areas will summarize progress in their field, present an overview of photonics developments in their region and discuss collaboration opportunities.

Paul Crump
FBH Berlin

Fatima Garcia Gunning
Tyndall Institute, Ireland

Invited Speakers

Boon Ooi
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia 
Illuminating Photonics: Technology Development in Saudi Arabia, North Africa and the Middle East

Prince Bawuah,
President of Photonics Ghana, & University of Cambridge, UK
Medical and other Photonics from Ghana and Central and Southern Africa

Andrea Bragas
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Nano-antennas and other emitters: progress from the photonics community in South and Central America

Zhiping Zhou,
Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China, & Peking University, Beijing, China
Photonics in a time of rapid growth: Silicon Based Optoelectronics in China

Dejan Gvozdić,
University of Belgrade, Serbia
Comb Generation and Further Advances from the Photonics Community in Serbia and the Western Balkans

Deepa Venkitesh,
Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India
Changing Phases: Progress in Fiber-Optics and Photonics in the Indian Subcontinent

Paul Crump, Ferdinand Braun Institut gGmbH, Germany
With highest efficiency:
International research outreach from Germany and the European community in GaAs-based diode lasers