Call for Abstract

International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, will be organized around the theme “An Insight into the Recent Research and Cutting Edge Technologies in Lasers, Optics and Photonics”

Optics-2013 is comprised of 15 tracks and 165 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Optics-2013.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Laser science
  • Track 1-2Hybrid laser systems
  • Track 1-3Laser materials
  • Track 1-4Lasers in weapons and military technology
  • Track 1-5Plasma technologies
  • Track 1-6Modeling of lasers and resonators
  • Track 1-7High intensity lasers and high field phenomena
  • Track 1-8Waveguide electromagnetism and waveguide lasers
  • Track 1-9Laser metrology and remote sensing
  • Track 1-10Novel laser structures and devices
  • Track 1-11Quantum-well, wire, and dot lasers
  • Track 1-12MID-IR, quantum cascade and THz lasers
  • Track 1-13Type-II quantum-well and super lattice lasers
  • Track 1-14UV/visible diode lasers and LED
  • Track 2-1Wave front correction and phase conjugation
  • Track 2-2Laser cavities
  • Track 2-3Stabilization and control of laser beam direction
  • Track 2-4Coherent and non-coherent summation of laser beams
  • Track 2-5Singular laser optics
  • Track 2-6Fast particle generation and acceleration by laser pulses
  • Track 2-7Femtosecond laser technology and applications
  • Track 2-8Physics of ultrafast phenomena
  • Track 2-9Ultrafast devices and measurements
  • Track 2-10Generation of high-power, super short pulses
  • Track 2-11Laser health hazards and safety
  • Track 3-1 Lasers on silicon optical coherent tomography
  • Track 3-2Multi photon imaging
  • Track 3-3 Novel applications
  • Track 3-4Dynamic holography
  • Track 3-5Electron and acoustic holography
  • Track 3-6Plane wave fronts and point sources in holography
  • Track 3-7Recording a hologram
  • Track 3-8Hologram classifications
  • Track 3-9Atomic holography and transmission hologram
  • Track 3-10Digital planar holography
  • Track 4-1Lasers in diagnosis and detection
  • Track 4-2Laser in cancer diagnosis
  • Track 4-3Lithotripsy and mammography
  • Track 4-4Laser in tissue welding
  • Track 4-5Lasers in dermatology
  • Track 4-6Lasers in ophthalmology
  • Track 4-7Lasers in otolaryngology and urology
  • Track 4-8Lasers in angioplasty
  • Track 4-9Laser dentistry
  • Track 4-10Lasers in cosmetics
  • Track 4-11Laser health hazards and safety
  • Track 4-12Spectroscopy, imaging and metrology
  • Track 4-13Photorefractive effects, materials, and devices
  • Track 4-14Computational optical sensing and imaging
  • Track 4-15Optical fabrication
  • Track 4-16History of optics
  • Track 5-1Artificial vision
  • Track 5-2Visual systems and contact lenses
  • Track 5-3Biomedical optics
  • Track 5-4Optics and ophthalmology
  • Track 5-5Optical coherence tomography
  • Track 5-6Oximetry
  • Track 5-7Electron microscopy
  • Track 5-8Photonic tools for cancer screening and diagnosis
  • Track 5-9Application of optics in medical therapy
  • Track 6-1Micro electromechanical systems and bio-MEMS
  • Track 6-2Microwave photonics and power photonics
  • Track 6-3Photonics in communications and switching
  • Track 6-4Photonic and optoelectronic materials and devices
  • Track 6-5Optoelectronics, photonics and ultrafast electronics
  • Track 6-6Display technology
  • Track 6-7Photo detectors, sensors and imaging
  • Track 6-8Photonic crystals and photonic crystal fibres
  • Track 6-9Photonic integrated circuits
  • Track 6-10Amplifiers, detection and modulation
  • Track 7-1Quantum electrodynamics and diffraction grating
  • Track 7-2Arrayed waveguide grating and diffraction grating
  • Track 7-3Rf photonics/ terahertz imaging
  • Track 7-4Photonics in telecommunications
  • Track 7-5Monte carlo method for photon transport
  • Track 7-6Wavelength selective switching
  • Track 7-7Atomic coherence and auto cloning
  • Track 7-8Dark state photon diffusion
  • Track 7-9Photonic modeling
  • Track 8-1Nonlinear optics of nanostructures
  • Track 8-2Spectroscopy of nanostructures
  • Track 8-3Metamaterials
  • Track 8-4Nanoplasmonics
  • Track 8-5Optical power limiting
  • Track 8-6Nanostructures for solar energy utilization
  • Track 8-7Nanodevices and nanophotonics
  • Track 8-8Nanoimaging and bioimaging
  • Track 8-9Biosensing
  • Track 8-10Nanofabrication
  • Track 8-11Nanoscale modeling
  • Track 8-12Nano electromechanical systems
  • Track 8-13Applications of nanotechnology in optics
  • Track 8-14Photo detectors/solar cells
  • Track 9-1Imaging system and image processing
  • Track 9-2Optoelectronic instrumentation, measurement, and metrology
  • Track 9-3Infrared imaging and applications
  • Track 9-4Photonic detector technology
  • Track 9-5Optical network and applications
  • Track 9-6Optical passive/active components
  • Track 9-7Optical fiber sensors
  • Track 9-8Optical switches and operation
  • Track 9-9Optofluidics for bioanalytics
  • Track 9-10Optofluidic assembly
  • Track 9-11Microfluidically reconfigurable optical and photonic systems
  • Track 10-1Optical fiber communication and networking
  • Track 10-2Optical fiber devices/sensors
  • Track 10-3Optical signal processing
  • Track 10-4System reliability and security
  • Track 10-5Design and management of optical networks
  • Track 10-6Optical modulation and signal processing
  • Track 10-7Optical storage and displays
  • Track 10-8Fibernet and ethernet
  • Track 10-9Amplifiers and receivers
  • Track 10-10Free-space optical communication
  • Track 10-11Advances on fiber cable manufacturing
  • Track 10-12Optics based network elements for routing and switching
  • Track 10-13Novel optical network elements
  • Track 11-1Reconstructing and viewing
  • Track 11-2Holographic sensors and biosensors
  • Track 11-3Holographic interferometry
  • Track 11-4Interferometric microscopy and applications
  • Track 11-5Transmission and reflection holograms
  • Track 11-6Q-switched and mode-locked lasers
  • Track 11-7Ultra short pulse lasers
  • Track 11-8VCSELs and VECSELs
  • Track 11-9Fiber lasers and applications
  • Track 11-10Lasers in weapons and military technology
  • Track 12-1Optical physics
  • Track 12-2Optical instrumentation
  • Track 12-3Nonlinear optics
  • Track 12-4Diffractive optics and integrated optics
  • Track 12-5Optics in photography
  • Track 12-6Optical nanosensors
  • Track 12-7Nonimaging optics
  • Track 12-8Optics in astronomy and astrophysics
  • Track 12-9Atmospheric optics
  • Track 12-10Photorefractive effects, materials, and devices
  • Track 13-1Diode pumped solid-state lasers and amplifiers
  • Track 13-2High power operation
  • Track 13-3Beam quality improvements
  • Track 13-4Microchip lasers
  • Track 13-5Lasers with pulse compression
  • Track 13-6 Nonlinear frequency conversion
  • Track 13-7CO2/CO lasers
  • Track 13-8Extreme-UV light sources
  • Track 13-9Iodine lasers
  • Track 13-10Slab gas lasers
  • Track 13-11Chemical lasers
  • Track 13-12Excimer lasers
  • Track 14-1Quantum measurement and control
  • Track 14-2Quantum enabled sensors and metrology
  • Track 14-3Synthetic quantum systems and quantum simulation
  • Track 14-4Quantum nanoscience
  • Track 14-5Quantum algorithms
  • Track 14-6Quantum computation models
  • Track 14-7Quantum teleportation
  • Track 15-1Light-emitting diodes, organic light-emitting diodes and hybrid light-emitting diodes
  • Track 15-2Super luminescent diodes
  • Track 15-3Solar photovoltaics
  • Track 15-4Ultraviolet LED’s for water, air and surface purification
  • Track 15-5Novel approaches to high-power and high-brightness LED’s
  • Track 15-6Micro-displays using liquid crystals
  • Track 15-7Flexible displays and plastic substrates
  • Track 15-8 Plasma electro-luminescence
  • Track 15-9 Photovoltaics operating at visible and infrared wavelengths