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1 ENLIGHTENING THE FUTURE 23 rd Congress of the International Commission for Optics Santiago de Compostela (Spain) 26 th 29 th August 2014 Program

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3 Contents Foreword Local Organising Committee International advisory committee Sponsors, city map and useful information Building Plan Schedule Program 13 Parallel sessions 21 List of posters 48 3

4 Foreword Dear Colleagues: The International Commission for Optics (ICO) has been successfully promoting the worldwide expansion of Optics and Photonics for more than 65 years. In our society-of-societies role, we operate at an interface between scientific, technological, educational or even geographic and economic interests in a global world in constant change. It is therefore essential that we adhere to our self-imposed mission of "contributing, on an international basis, to the progress of the science of Optics and Photonics, keeping in mind that the stronger the ICO is, the faster and wider our discipline grows and spreads. Therefore, it is crucial that the ICO Congress encompasses as many aspects of Optics and Photonics as possible. I consider that the following Program reflects the rich variety of phenomena to whose study we dedicate our lives. In this respect, the theme of the ICO-23 Congress Enlightening the Future points to the need of preparing future generations of scientists to take over and explore fascinating new aspects of light and its applications. Through the following pages, it will be possible to have a glimpse of what we do and why we are so passionate about it. Welcome to the ICO-23. Welcome to Optics. Prof. Dr. Humberto Michinel ICO-23 General Chairman 4

5 Local Organising Committee H. Michinel (Universidade de Vigo) (General chair) C. Gómez-Reino (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) (co-chair in memoriam) J. R. Salgueiro (Universidade de Vigo) (Publication chair & Lasers section) A. Paredes (Universidade de Vigo) (Publication co-chair & Cold Atoms section) M. T. Flores-Arias (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) (Scientific chair & Optoelectronics section) B. V. Dorrío (Universidade de Vigo) (Scientific co-chair & Optical Metrology section) Eva Cid (Universidade de Vigo) (Administration) 5

6 Local Organising Committee (sections) P. Andrés (Universitat de València) (Applied Optics) J. Arines (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) (Biophotonics) J. L. Nieves (Universidad de Granada) (Colour) A. Yañez (Universidade da Coruña) (Laser Processing) M. Nieto-Vesperinas (CSIC) (Nanophotonics) J. P. Torres (ICFO) (Nonlinear Optics) J. Capmany (Universitat Politècnica de València) (Optical Telecommunications) M. L. Calvo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) (Optics in education) C. Ferreira (Universitat de València) (Optical Imaging) R. Arias-González (IMDEA Nanociencia) (Optomechanics) G. J. de Valcárcel (Universitat de València) (Quantum Optics) L. Roso (CLPU) (Ultrashort pulses) 6

7 International advisory committee Y. Arakawa (Univ. Tokyo, Japan) Z. Ben Lakhdar (Univ. Tunis, Tunis) Z. Bingkun (Univ. Tsinghua, China) M. L. Calvo (Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Spain) C. Cisneros (UNAM, Mexico) A. Diaspro (IIT, Italy) Y. Ding (Leigh University, USA) A. Friberg (KTH, Finland) U. Gibson (NTNU, Norway) A. Guzmán (CREOL, USA) J. Harrington (Rutgers University, USA) H. P. Herzig (EPFL, Switzerland) F. Höller (Carl Zeiss AG, Germany) D. T. Moore (Univ. Rochester, USA) M. Oron (Kilolambda Technologies, Israel) R. Ramponi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) T. Szoplik (Univ. Warsaw, Poland) S. Vallmitjana (Univ. Barcelona, Spain) G. Von Bally (Univ. Münster, Germay) A. Wagué (Univ. Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal) M. Yzuel (Univ. Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain) 7

8 Sponsoring organizations 8

9 Building Plan TOP FLOOR 9 Posters & Exhibition Street Tuesday 26th 1. Applied optics I 2. Lasers I 3. Optical imaging I 4. Optical metrology I 5. Quantum optics I 6. Colour 7. Ultrashort pulses I 8. Nanophotonics I 9. Optoelectronics I Wednesday 27th 1. Applied optics II 2. Nonlinear optics I 3. Optical imaging II 4. Optical metrology II 5. Quantum optics II 6. Biophotonics I 7. Ultrashort pulses II 8. Nanophotonics II 9. Optoelectronics II 10. Optical technol. Thursday 28th 1. Applied optics III 2. Nonlinear optics II 3. Optical imaging III 4. Optical telecomm 5. Cold Atoms 6. Biophotonics II 7. Laser processing I 8. Nanophotonics III 9. Optoelectronics III 10. Lasers II Friday 29th 1. Applied optics IV 2. Nonlinear optics III 3. Optical imaging IV 4. Optical metrology III 5. Quantum optics III 6. Biophotonics III 7. Laser processing II 8. Nanophotonics IV 9. Optomechanics Stairs Registration Auditorium (Plenaries & General Assembly) Posters & Exhibition

10 CONTENTS GROUND FLOOR Street Tuesday 26th 1. Applied optics I 2. Lasers I 3. Optical imaging I 4. Optical metrology I 5. Quantum optics I 6. Colour 7. Ultrashort pulses I 8. Nanophotonics I 9. Optoelectronics I Thursday 28th 1. Applied optics III 2. Nonlinear optics II 3. Optical imaging III 4. Optical telecomm 5. Cold Atoms 6. Biophotonics II 7. Laser processing I 8. Nanophotonics III 9. Optoelectronics III 10. Lasers II Stairs Entrance Wednesday 27th 1. Applied optics II 2. Nonlinear optics I 3. Optical imaging II 4. Optical metrology II 5. Quantum optics II 6. Biophotonics I 7. Ultrashort pulses II 8. Nanophotonics II 9. Optoelectronics II 10. Optical technol. Friday 29th 1. Applied optics IV 2. Nonlinear optics III 3. Optical imaging IV 4. Optical metrology III 5. Quantum optics III 6. Biophotonics III 7. Laser processing II 8. Nanophotonics IV 9. Optomechanics Bureau Meeting 10 10

11 Schedule Notes 1. SPIE Welcome will be at San Martín Pinario Monday 25th 20: Authorities Reception will be at the city Hall Tuesday 26th 20: Buses for the Tour will depart in front of Hotel San Francisco. 4. Congress Dinner will be at Parador Hostal dos Reis Católicos at 21:00. 11

12 Santiago de Compostela city map Key for the map 1. Facultade de Medicina e Odontoloxía (registration & conference venue) 2. Hospedería San Martín Pinario (Monday welcome) 3. San Francisco hotel (daily lunches) 4. Parador de Santiago de Compostela (conference dinner) 5. Cathedral 6. Praza do Obradoiro (main square) 12

13 Program

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15 PROGRAM TUESDAY, 26 8:30 Opening ceremony TUESDAY, 26 9:15 Plenary talk: Alain Aspect (presented by María L. Calvo) Hanbury Brown and Twiss and other atom-atom correlations 10:15 Break and poster session I Placement of posters for the first poster session 10:45 Plenary talk: Phillip Russell (presented by Ari Friberg) Gas, glass & light: controlling light-matter interactions in microstructured optical fibres 11:30 Parallel sessions Applied Optics I room 1 (see pag. 23) Lasers I room 2 (see pag. 23) Optical imaging I room 3 (see pag. 24) Optical metrology I room 4 (see pag. 25) Quantum optics I room 5 (see pag. 25) Colour room 6 (see pag. 26) Ultrashort pulses I room 7 (see pag. 27) Nanophotonics I room 8 (see pag. 27) Optoelectronics I room 9 (see pag. 28) 13:30 Lunch 15

16 WEDNESDAY, 27 PROGRAM 15:00 Poster session I 17:00 ICO general assembly I 21:00 Reception 8:30 ICO prize ceremony WEDNESDAY, 27 8:45 Plenary talk: Nicholas X. Fang (presented by Roberta Ramponi) Electromechanical Processes in Plasmonic Nanostructures: Controllable Photon Trapping, Extraction & Optofluidic Assembly 9:30 Plenary talk: Tobias Kippenberg (presented by Roberta Ramponi) Cavity Quantum Optomechanics with Optical Microresonator 10:15 Break and poster session I Removal of posters of the first poster session 10:45 Plenary talk: Kishan Dholakia (presented by María Yzuel) Let Nothing slow you down: trapping and rotation of microparticles in vacuum 11:30 Parallel sessions 16

17 PROGRAM THURSDAY, 28 Applied optics II room 1 (see pag. 29) Nonlinear optics I room 2 (see pag. 29) Optical imaging II room 3 (see pag. 30) Optical metrology II room 4 (see pag. 31) Quantum optics II room 5 (see pag. 31) Biophotonics I room 6 (see pag. 32) Ultrashort pulses II room 7 (see pag. 33) Nanophotonics II room 8 (see pag. 33) Optoelectronics II room 9 (see pag. 34) Optical technologies room 10 (see pag. 34) 13:30 Lunch 15:00 Tour THURSDAY, 28 8:30 ICO Galileo Galilei award ceremony 8:45 Plenary talk: Joewono Widjaja (presented by Zhou Bingkun) Holographic particle tracking and sizing by using Wigner-Ville distribution 9:30 Plenary talk: Kazimierz Rzazewski (presented by Zhou Bingkun) 17

18 THURSDAY, 28 PROGRAM Bose-Einstein condensate and optics 10:15 Break and poster session II Placement of posters for the poster session II 10:45 Plenary talk: Ulrike Woggon (presented by Gert von Bally) Photonic devices with quantum dots 11:30 Parallel sessions Applied optics III room 1 (see pag. 35) Nonlinear optics II room 2 (see pag. 36) Optical imaging III room 3 (see pag. 36) Optical telecommunications room 4 (see pag. 37) Cold Atoms room 5 (see pag. 38) Biophotonics II room 6 (see pag. 38) Laser processing I room 7 (see pag. 39) Nanophotonics III room 8 (see pag. 40) Optoelectronics III room 9 (see pag. 40) Lasers II room 10 (see pag. 41) 13:30 Lunch 15:00 Poster session II 16:30 ICO general assembly II 21:30 Congress dinner 18

19 PROGRAM FRIDAY, 29 FRIDAY, 29 8:30 IUPAP young scientist prize in optics ceremony 8:45 Plenary talk: Andrea Alú (presented by Moshe Oron) Metamolecules, Metasurfaces and Metamaterials to Control Light at the Nanoscale in Unprecedented Ways 9:30 Plenary talk: Goery Genty (presented by Moshe Oron) Extreme instabilities in fiber-optics 10:15 Break and poster session II Removal of posters of the second poster session 10:45 Plenary talk: Yuri S. Kivshar (presented by Pedro Andrés) Shaping electromagnetic waves with metamaterials: from "magnetic light" to Fano metasurfaces 11:30 Parallel sessions Applied optics IV room 1 (see pag. 42) Nonlinear optics III room 2 (see pag. 42) Optical imaging IV room 3 (see pag. 43) Optical metrology III room 4 (see pag. 44) Quantum optics III room 5 (see pag. 44) Biophotonics III room 6 (see pag. 45) Laser processing II room 7 (see pag. 46) 19

20 FRIDAY, 29 PROGRAM 13:30 Lunch Nanophotonics IV room 8 (see pag. 46) Optomechanics room 9 (see pag. 47) 15:00 Bureau members meeting ooo 20

21 Parallel sessions

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23 PARALLEL SESSIONS TUESDAY, 26 TUESDAY, 26 Applied Optics I room 1, Chair: Marcelo Trivi 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Computing and detecting caustics from local second order wavefronts Santiago Vallmitjana et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Conical refraction: theory, experiments, and applications Alex Turpin et al. (presented by Jordi Mompart) 12:20 (Invited talk) Transversely periodic partially coherent electromagnetic sources Massimo Santarsiero et al. 12:40 Non-quadrature amplitude modulation by neutral density filters for phase-visibility modulation interferometry Uriel Rivera-Ortega et al. 13:00 Using Talbot effect in the measurement of stepped surfaces Eduardo Tepichín-Rodríguez et al. Lasers I room 2, Chair: Carlos Montes 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Coherence models and measurements for broadarea laser diodes Henri Partanen, Jani Tervo, and Jari Turunen 12:00 (Invited talk) Optical parametric oscillators: Concepts, technology, applications Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh 23

24 TUESDAY, 26 PARALLEL SESSIONS 12:20 (Invited talk) Characterizing the complex dynamics of a semiconductor laser with optical feedback and modulation. Andrés Aragoneses et al. 12:40 Development of a ytterbium pumped YCOB based broadband OPCPA laser system H. Pires, C. P. Joao, and G. Figueira 13:00 Two distinct noise-like pulsing regimes of a dispersion-managed figure-eight fiber laser Olivier Pottiez et al. Optical imaging I room 3, Chair: Anna Consortini 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Magneto-optic Three-dimensional Display Using Magnetophotonic Crystal Hiroyuki Takagi et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Fossil diatom fragments analysis using one binary ring mask invariant to rotation and scale Josué Álvarez-Borrego, Alfredo Solís-Ventura, and Selene Solorza 12:20 (Invited talk) Laterally and axially based scanning geometric super resolved imaging approaches overcoming pixels based non ideal spatial sampling Amikam Borkowski et al. (presented by Zeev Zalevsky) 12:40 Beyond polarization microscopy: Mueller matrix microscopy Oriol Arteaga et al. 13:00 Wavelet denoising to improve the quality of SEM images M. Gómez, M. Lazzari, and E. Cernadas 24

25 PARALLEL SESSIONS TUESDAY, 26 Optical metrology I room 4, Chair: Andrew Moore 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Tunable laser-diode digital holography and its applications to optical metrology Yukihiro Ishii 12:00 (Invited talk) High resolution ultrasonic ranging system based in Fourier analysis and phase processing Jaime E. Meneses et al. 12:20 Measurement of out-of-plane amplitudes of vibration using the Talbot effect and adaptive photodetectors P. Rodríguez-Montero, D. Sánchez-de-la-Llave, and N. Korneev 12:40 Self-imaging technique for beam collimation using spatial statistics Francisco Jose Torcal-Milla et al. 13:00 Employing electrically tunable lenses in confocal microscopy for axial scanning Nektarios Koukourakis et al. Quantum optics I room 5, Chair: Jochen Feldmann 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Certified quantum non-demolition measurement of atomic spins R. J. Sewell et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Quantum Simulations with Trapped Ions and Superconducting Circuits Lucas Lamata 12:20 (Invited talk) Full two-dimensional spatial adiabatic passage processes in optical traps Ricard Menchon-Enrich et al. (presented by Verònica Ahufinger) 25

26 TUESDAY, 26 PARALLEL SESSIONS 12:40 (Invited talk) Passive optical coherence lifetime extension in a rareearth ion-doped crystal for quantum information storage Robert-Christopher Tongning et al. (presented by María Florencia Pascual- Winter) 13:00 Optical Squeezing in an Optomechanical Cavity Driven by a Bichromatic Field Rafael Garcés, and Germán J. de Valcárcel Colour room 6, Chair: Jesús Lancis 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) OSA-UCS system: from psychophysical to psychometric color Claudio Oleari 12:00 (Invited talk) Measuring and specifying goniochromatic colors Alejandro Ferrero et al. (presented by Joaquín Campos) 12:20 (Invited talk) How optical imaging benefits from human visual coding of the statistics of natural images: beyond spectral and color information Juan Luis Nieves et al. 12:40 (Invited talk) Primary metrology for solid-state lighting in Mexico Eric Rosas 13:00 (Invited talk) Measuring Color Differences in Gonioapparent Materials Used in the Automotive Industry Manuel Melgosa et al. 26

27 PARALLEL SESSIONS TUESDAY, 26 Ultrashort pulses I room 7, Chair: Valdas Sirutkaitis 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Electron dynamics from the non-perturbative to the perturbative regime J. Dura et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Extended performance of the L2I high intensity laser facility Gonçalo Figueira et al. 12:20 (Invited talk) Noncollinear optical gating Cord Arnold et al. 12:40 Ultrafast demagnetization and precessional dynamics in GdFeCo thin films using a new pump-probe system in the sub-8 femtosecond range C. S. Gonçalves et al. (presented by A. S. Silva) 13:00 Development of compact 100 mj-level diode-pumped Yb:CaF2/Yb:YAG laser amplification chain for pumping broadband optical parametric amplifier Celso P. João, Hugo Pires, and Gonçalo Figueira Nanophotonics I room 8, Chair: Crina Cojocaru 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Multifunctional nano-structured optical surfaces Valerio Pruneri 12:00 (Invited talk) Silicon Colloids Based Metamaterials Lei Shi et al. (presented by Roberto Fenollosa) 12:20 Detection of partial polarization with a nanoscatterer Lasse-Petteri Leppanen, Ari T. Friberg, and Tero Setala 27

28 TUESDAY, 26 PARALLEL SESSIONS 12:40 Self-assembly of CdTe nanocrystals into fluorescent structures with electromagnetic energy funneling properties I. Moura et al. 13:00 Sub-wavelength confinement of nonlinear TE-polaritons on graphene Yu. V. Bludov et al. (presented by M. I. Vasilevskiy) Optoelectronics I room 9, Chair: Niek Van Hulst 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Development of large-scale sensor foils based on optical measurement principles Ludger Overmeyer 12:00 (Invited talk) Relationship between polarization and focal spot size in a highly focused beam David Maluenda et al. 12:20 (Invited talk) Microwave-Photonics White-Light Interferometry Carlos R. Fernández-Pousa et al. 12:40 Analysis of refractive index change in Ag+ implanted optical waveguides on SiO2 C. Ramirez et al. (presented by H. Márquez) 13:00 Temperature profiles in FBG measured using Whispering Gallery Modes M. Delgado-Pinar et al. (presented by M.V. Andrés) 28

29 PARALLEL SESSIONS WEDNESDAY, 27 WEDNESDAY, 27 Applied optics II room 1, Chair: Pierre Chavel 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Understanding propagation-invariant fields in terms of rays Miguel A. Alonso 12:00 (Invited talk) Influence light beam propagation on its polarization in free space Nataliya Kundikova, and Evelina Bibikova 12:20 (Invited talk) Unified theory of interference and diffraction with waves and particles Román Castañeda 12:40 (Invited talk) Towards quantitative entomological laser radar Mikkel Brydegaard 13:00 Elementary-field representation for spatially partially coherent beams in optical systems Manisha Singh, Jani Tervo, and Jari Turunen Nonlinear optics I room 2, Chair: John Holdsworth 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Analogue Hawking radiation in a nonlinear optical system Victor Fleurov, Shimshon Bar-Ad, and Michael Karpov 12:00 (Invited talk) Coherence gain in a fragmented backward optical parametric oscillator Carlos Montes, Marc de Micheli, and Pierre Aschieri 29

30 WEDNESDAY, 27 PARALLEL SESSIONS 12:20 (Invited talk) Integer and zero pseudospin conical diffraction in photonic Lieb lattices: experimental observation Falko Diebel et al. (presented by Anton S. Desyatnikov) 12:40 Dissipative structures in optomechanical cavities Joaquín Ruíz-Rivas et al. 13:00 Experimental manipulation of phase symmetries in photorefractive oscillators via rocking: Bistability and dissipative structures Rubén Martínez-Lorente et al. Optical imaging II room 3, Chair: John Fredy Barrera 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Computational imaging with single-pixel photodetection: applications in scattering media Enrique Tajahuerce et al. (presented by Jesús Lancis) 12:00 (Invited talk) New experimental set-up based on LC technology for simultaneously achieving super-resolved and polarimetric images Angel Lizana et al. 12:20 (Invited talk) Novel Imaging Systems using Vortex Pairs Jorge Ojeda-Castañeda, Sergio Ledesma, and Cristina M. Gómez-Sarabia 12:40 Color image encryption based on A TD color transformations using tilted lenses C. Ferreira et al. 13:00 Large phase dynamic range using liquid crystal spatial light modulators Venancio Calero et al. (presented by Pascuala García-Martínez) 30

31 PARALLEL SESSIONS WEDNESDAY, 27 Optical metrology II room 4, Chair: Manuel Costa 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Optical metrology for additive manufacture of metals Andrew J. Moore 12:00 Real-time imaging Stokes polarimeter by polarization camera and its application to birefringence mapping Yukitoshi Otani, and Shuhei Shibata 12:20 Experimental study of optical characteristics of the thermostable structural materials V.B. Tsvetkov et al. 12:40 Polarization metrology based on the conical refraction phenomenon Alba Peinado et al. 13:00 Strong field optical magnetometer based on alkali metal vapor nanocell Aram Papoyan, and David Sarkisyan Quantum optics II room 5, Chair: Hinrich Grothe 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Coupling, controlling, and processing nontransversal photons with a single atom Jürgen Volz et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Generation of nonclassical microwave fields through lasing and cooling in circuit quantum electrodynamics C. Navarrete-Benlloch et al. 12:20 (Invited talk) Regularized linearization for nonlinear optical cavities: Improving the linearized description of critical quantum fluctuations Eugenio Roldán et al. 31

32 WEDNESDAY, 27 PARALLEL SESSIONS 12:40 (Invited talk) A Quantum Error Correction-Enhanced Magnetometer Overcoming the Limit Imposed by Relaxation David A. Herrera-Martí, Dorit Aharonov, and Alex Retzker 13:00 (Invited talk) Dissipative state preparation and direct measurement of trapped-ion motion in an engineered harmonic oscillator basis Jonathan Home Biophotonics I room 6, Chair: Germán J. de Valcárcel 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) New optical methods for continuous cerebral blood flow monitoring as a bio-marker of cerebral pathophysiology Turgut Durduran 12:00 (Invited talk) Research lines of the Illumination and Vision Group of the University of Valladolid, Spain Juan A. Aparicio et al. 12:20 Speckle contrast measurements for blood flow imaging in deep tissues Claudia P. Valdés et al. 12:40 A transcutanial fiber optic probe for longitudinal, functional measurements of rodent cerebral blood flow with diffuse correlation spectroscopy Igor Blanco et al. 13:00 Scatters concentration dependence of the color distribution of white light propagating in a liquid lipid phantom Efrain Solarte, Erick Ipus, and Otto Vergara 32

33 PARALLEL SESSIONS WEDNESDAY, 27 Ultrashort pulses II room 7, Chair: Judith Dura Díez 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) RABBITT from solid surfaces: Extending the attosecond toolbox for condensed matter systems Matteo Lucchini et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Influence of the radiation reaction force on the forward Raman scattering of an ultra-intense laser pulse in plasmas Naveen Kumar, Karen Z. Hatsagortsyan, and Christoph H. Keitel 12:20 (Invited talk) Novel schemes for single-shot characterization of ultrashort laser pulses C. Cojocaru et al. 12:40 High repetition rate high-order harmonics for plasmonics Eleonora Lorek et al. 13:00 XUV supercontinuum generation by no gated high-order harmonic generation from sub-4 fs IR pulses Warein Holgado et al. Nanophotonics II room 8, Chair: Ulrike Woggon 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Antennas for Light: Ultrafast Photon Control on the Nanoscale Niek van Hulst 12:00 (Invited talk) Light Transport and Emission in 3D Photonic Crystals Rajesh V. Nair 12:20 (Invited talk) Squeezed light from a single emitter coupled to a nanostructure Diego Martín-Cano et al. 33

34 WEDNESDAY, 27 PARALLEL SESSIONS 12:40 Fano resonances in plasmonic waveguide-cavity structures Jianjun Chen, Chengwei Sun, and Qihuang Gong 13:00 Intrinsic light emission from a single plasmonic nanoparticle Guowei Lu et al. Optoelectronics II room 9, Chair: Massimo Santarsiero 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) One-point and two-point Stokes parameters in random electromagnetic optics Ari T. Friberg et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) CW Multicolour laser emission in silica whispering gallery mode microspherical resonators Silvia Soria et al. 12:20 (Invited talk) Optical coherence management by resonant gratings Alexandre V. Tishchenko, Nikolay M. Lyndin, and Olivier Parriaux 12:40 (Invited talk) Fraunhoffer diffraction pattern of a Bessel-Gauss beam through a pentagonal or square aperture Cristian Acevedo et al. (presented by Angela Guzman) 13:00 High-density Pitch Adapters fabricated by Laser Ablation F. Rey-García et al. (presented by C. Bao-Varela) Optical technologies room 10, Chair: Mourad Zghal 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Spectroscopic Tools for Nonlinear Absorption and Refraction Eric Van Stryland et al. 34

35 PARALLEL SESSIONS THURSDAY, 28 12:00 (Invited talk) Polymer Micro-Optics Technology Supply Chain for Applied Research and Industrial Innovation Jürgen Van Erps, and Hugo Thienpont 12:20 (Invited talk) Femtosecond dynamics of spin and lattice structure studied by ultrafast x-ray diffraction S. L. Johnson et al. 12:40 (Invited talk) Management of the mineral nutrition of plants by laserinduced fluorescence: the case of maize Kedro Diomande et al. 13:00 Optimization of Chromatic Aberrations for Fresnel-based Concentrator Photovoltaic Systems on Multi-junction Solar Cells Jong Chang Yi THURSDAY, 28 Applied optics III room 1, Chair: Nataliya Kundikova 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Photopolymer characterization for diffractive and holographic applications Sergi Gallego et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Application of THz-TDS to the characterization of graphitic and graphenic carbon nitride materials Pedro Chamorro-Posada et al. 12:20 (Invited talk) Laser Ablation Induced Photoacoustics (LAIP) applied to material characterization Gabriel M. Bilmes, Daniel J. O. Orzi, and Fernando C. Alvira 12:40 Sintered silicon carbide mirror substrates finishing for embeded applications Alvaro José Damião, and Marcos Valentim Ribeiro dos Santos 35

36 THURSDAY, 28 PARALLEL SESSIONS 13:00 Occupational ultraviolet radiation evaluation in an oxyacetylene cutting machine Antonio F. G. Ferreira Jr, Raul Leone Filho, and Mario L. Pereira Filho Nonlinear optics II room 2, Chair: Monika Pietrzyk 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Higher-order electromagnetic mode solitons illuminate theory John Holdsworth, Samuel Legge, and Benjamin Zwan 12:00 (Invited talk) Spontaneous symmetry breaking and shock wave formation in gas-filled hollow-core PCF ring cavities D. Novoa et al. 12:20 Optimization of liquid filled hollow core photonic fibers for nonlinear applications Margaux Barbier et al. (presented by Gilles Pauliat) 12:40 Non-stationary nonlinear optical effects in acetylene filled hollowcore photonic crystal fibers Manuel Ocegueda et al. 13:00 (Invited talk) Laser-Induced Gas Breakdown Techniques: Featuring Pulse Clipping for High Spatial Resolution Gas Plume Detection Taieb Gasmi Optical imaging III room 3, Chair: Carlos Ferreira 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Vector Wave Holography for Optical Mass Storage Toyohiko Yatagai, and Daisuke Barada 36

37 PARALLEL SESSIONS THURSDAY, 28 12:00 (Invited talk) Enhanced digital holography by RGB multiplexing Martín Sanz, Vicente Micó, and Javier García 12:20 (Invited talk) Optical superresolution in lensless digital holography Luis Granero et al. (presented by Vicente Micó) 12:40 (Invited talk) Multispectral digital lensless holographic microscopy: from femtosecond laser to white light LED Jorge Garcia-Sucerquia 13:00 (Invited talk) Quantized vorticity of a polariton condensate in a ring trap David S. Snoke et al. Optical telecommunications room 4, Chair: Olivier Parriaux 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Unrepeatered phase-shift keyed transmission over 360 km of SMF28 fibre using ultralong laser amplification P. G. Rosa, J-D Ania-Castañón, and P. Harper 12:00 (Invited talk) Mode coupling analysis in few mode fibers Abderrahmen Trichili et al. (presented by Mourad Zghal) 12:20 (Invited talk) High-repetition-rate optical frequency comb technology for ultra-broadband radio-frequency photonics Victor Torres-Company 12:40 (Invited talk) Visible Light Communications: from electronics to optics J. Garcia-Marquez et al. 13:00 Juniper optical networks simulation tool GNS3 Julio Jornet, Carolina Pascual, and Adolfo Albaladejo 37

38 THURSDAY, 28 PARALLEL SESSIONS Cold Atoms room 5, Chair: Veronica Ahufinger 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Observation of self-amplifying Hawking radiation in an analog black hole laser Jeff Steinhauer 12:00 (Invited talk) Few-mode approaches to non-linear optics and ultracold bosons M.A. García-March 12:20 (Invited talk) Stable and mobile bright and dark-in-bright solitons in a dipolar Bose-Einstein Condensate S. K. Adhikari 12:40 (Invited talk) Characterization of strongly-correlated and dissipative Rydberg gases by using full counting statistics María M. Valado et al. 13:00 Beyond the standard Bose-Hubbard model description of cold bosons in optical lattices potential Jakub Zakrzewski Biophotonics II room 6, Chair: Juan L. Nieves 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Optical Coherence Tomography biospeckle signal analysis to investigate response of plant leaves to ozone L K T Srimal, UM Rajagopalan, and H Kadono 12:00 (Invited talk) Retinal imaging with Wavefront Coding Justo Arines et al. 12:20 (Invited talk) Optical model of the aging human eye Rafael Navarro 38

39 PARALLEL SESSIONS THURSDAY, 28 12:40 (Invited talk) Ultrastable atomic force microscopy: Improved stability, precision, and bandwidth for bioafm Thomas T. Perkins 13:00 Master-slave interferometry optical coherence tomography for imaging the ocular anterior segment Adrian Bradu, and Adrian Gh. Podoleanu Laser processing I room 7, Chair: Santiago Vallmitjana 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Femtosecond laser 3D micromachining: reliable tool for fabrication of highly functional biochips Koji Sugioka et al. 12:00 (Invited talk) Using of filamented femtosecond laser pulses for cutting and drilling of transparent materials in water Simas Butkus et al. (presented by Valdas Sirutkaitis) 12:20 The contribution of filamentation and spherical aberration on the modified region in borosilicate glass A. Dias et al. 12:40 Holographic vector-wave femtosecond laser processing Yoshio Hayasaki, and Satoshi Hasegawa 13:00 Quality Improval of Rapidly Microprocessed Transparent Samples by Femtosecond Filaments Simas Butkus et al. 39

40 THURSDAY, 28 PARALLEL SESSIONS Nanophotonics III room 8, Chair: Albert Ferrando 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Silicon nanocavities. Optical properties and applications Francisco J. Meseguer, Roberto Fenollosa, and Isabelle Rodriguez 12:00 (Invited talk) Few photon photonics in waveguides E Sanchez-Burillo et al. (presented by Luis Martín Moreno) 12:20 (Invited talk) Engineering 2D photonic disorder: the dominant role of correlations on light localization. Matteo Burresi et al. 12:40 (Invited talk) Fluctuations and spatial coherence in speckle patterns produced by nanosources in complex media Rémi Carminati 13:00 Coupling modes analysis of metallic nanoparticles chains in integrated systems Ricardo Tellez-Limon et al. Optoelectronics III room 9, Chair: Cord Arnold 11:30 (Invited keynote talk) Silicon-core glass fibers for light trapping solar cells Ben K. Smeltzer et al. (presented by Ursula J. Gibson) 12:00 (Invited talk) Design, Fabrication and Integration of Nano- and Microstructured Diffractive Optics for Photonics Applications. Mohammad R. Taghizadeh, and Andrew J. Waddie 12:20 (Invited talk) Analytical sensitivity and reflected power through a D- shape optical fiber sensor Muin F. Ubeid, and Mohammed M. Shabat 40

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