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III INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ON LIGHT SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES. ISLIST

Información General

Información

Información General

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Programa curso

Tríptico

BECAS

Listado de BecariosListado de Becarios
Código
63TX
Horas
30
Fecha
25 Jun 2018
29 Jun 2018
Precio
130 € Tarifa C
Tipo
Escuela
Temática
Ciencias y Tecnología
ECTS
1

Sede donde se gestiona

Santander

Lugar de impartición

Santander - Península de la Magdalena (Riancho)

Dirección

José Miguel López-Higuera
Professor in Electronics and Photonics
Head of the Photonics Engineering Group
University of Cantabria


Secretaría

Adolfo Cobo García
Professor
Photonics Engineering Group
University of Cantabria


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Descripción de la actividad

Light plays a vital role in our daily lives and is being an imperative cross-cutting discipline of science in the 21st century. Today, it is widely accepted that the present century will depend as much on Photonics as the 20th century depended on electronics.

ISLIST has been conceived as a great opportunity to review, actualize and improve the knowledge of scientists, professionals and technicians; to contribute to the education and to enhance the motivation of PhD students; to offer an ideal frame for networking and also to contribute to the education of the citizens.  It is also a great opportunity to ensure that policymakers, entrepreneurs, and other key “actors” will be aware of the problem-solving potential of Photonics.

This international school is envisioned to be a worldwide top International forum (every fourth week of June) on Light Sciences and Technologies in Santander, Spain. In this 2018 edition the School is focused on Light in communications and sensing as main core that will be developed by sixteen (16) highly renowned professors and researchers from the most prestigious worldwide institutions and, as well, presidents of the most reputed international Photonic Scientific Organizations.

In addition, the attendees will have the opportunity to practice networking and interchange Knowledge and experiences during the Reception by the City Council of Santander.

Participantes

DIRECCIÓN

José Miguel López-Higuera
Professor in Electronics and Photonics
Head of the Photonics Engineering Group
University of Cantabria

SECRETARÍA

Adolfo Cobo García
Professor
Photonics Engineering Group
University of Cantabria

PARTICIPANTES

Peter Andrekson
Director, FORCE Laboratory at the Microtechnology and Nanoscience Department Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

José Capmany
Head, Photonics Research Labs at iTEAM Institute, Technical University of Valencia, Spain

Joel Carpenter
School of Information Technology, University of Queensland, Australia

Pavel Cheben
Principal Researcher, National Research Council of Canada, Canada

Miguel González Herráez
Head, Photonics Engineering Group of Univ. of Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain

Harald Haas
Director of LIFI Research Development Centre, Scotland, UK

Manuel López-Amo
Head, Optical Communications Group of Public University of Navarre, Pamplona, Spain

John Pendry
Inventor of the Metamaterials. The Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London, UK

Philip Russell
Inventor of Photonic Crystal Fibers
Director, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Erlangen, Germany
2015 OSA President

David Sampson
Vice-Provost, Research&Innovation, University of Surrey, UK; Head, OBEL, University of Western Australia

Nikolaus P. Schmitt
Past Senior Expert, Optronic Systems, Airbus Group Innovations, Muenchen, Germany

Hugo Thienpont
Director, Brussels Photonics Team Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium

Peter Johannes Winzer
Chair, Optical Transmission Systems and Networks Bell-Nokya Labs, USA

Eli Yablonovitch
Inventor of Photonic Crystal
Director, NSF Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science, University of California, Berkeley, US

Joseba Zubía Zaballa
Head, POF based Sensors Group, University of the Basque country, Spain

Programa

Lunes, 25 Junio 2018

Why Light matters for Communications and Sensing?
10:15
Opening Ceremony
Why Light matters for Communications and Sensing?
10:15
Opening Ceremony
11:00
The Science of Invisibility Cloaks and Metamaterials
John Pendry
11:00
The Science of Invisibility Cloaks and Metamaterials
12:10
Optical fiber communication: Challenges and opportunities
12:10
Optical fiber communication: Challenges and opportunities
Peter Andrekson
Light in Communications
15:30
Breaking the Optical Fiber Shannon Limit Through Full Control of the Optical Field
Light in Communications
15:30
Breaking the Optical Fiber Shannon Limit Through Full Control of the Optical Field
Peter Johannes Winzer
16:40
Advances in Analog and RF Photonics
José Capmany
16:40
Advances in Analog and RF Photonics

Martes, 26 Junio 2018

Light in the nanoscale and Communications
09:30
Controlling Light on the Nanoscale
John Pendry
Light in the nanoscale and Communications
09:30
Controlling Light on the Nanoscale
11:00
LiFi-High Speed Wireless Networking using Nano-Metre Waves
11:00
LiFi-High Speed Wireless Networking using Nano-Metre Waves
Harald Haas
12:10
Spatial mode manipulation in communications and imaging
Joel Carpenter
12:10
Spatial mode manipulation in communications and imaging
Challenges on Communications
15:30
Round Table I
Light on Communications: Challenges to face

Challenges on Analog and RF Communications
Challenges on Communications
15:30
Round Table I
Light on Communications: Challenges to face

Challenges on Analog and RF Communications
José Capmany
16:00
Challenges on Digital Communications
Peter Johannes Winzer
16:00
Challenges on Digital Communications
16:30
Challenges on Fiber Nonlinearities and their use in mixed Photonic-Digital Systems
16:30
Challenges on Fiber Nonlinearities and their use in mixed Photonic-Digital Systems
Peter Andrekson
17:00
Challenges on LIFI Communications
17:00
Challenges on LIFI Communications
Harald Haas
17:30
Silicon Photonics and other forms of Optical Communications
Eli Yablonovitch
Moderación: José Miguel López-Higuera
17:30
Silicon Photonics and other forms of Optical Communications

Miércoles, 27 Junio 2018

Light in Silicon Photonics and Sensing
09:30
Smart Light based Sensors
Light in Silicon Photonics and Sensing
09:30
Smart Light based Sensors
José Miguel López-Higuera
11:00
Forward-looking LIDAR for aircraft: research results, lessons learned and trends
11:00
Forward-looking LIDAR for aircraft: research results, lessons learned and trends
Nikolaus P. Schmitt
12:10
Advanced Silicon Photonics for Communications and Sensing
Pavel Cheben
12:10
Advanced Silicon Photonics for Communications and Sensing
Light on fiber based Sensors
15:30
Optical fiber Sensor Networks: State of the art and trends
Light on fiber based Sensors
15:30
Optical fiber Sensor Networks: State of the art and trends
Manuel López-Amo
16:40
Optical fiber Distributed Sensors
Miguel González Herráez
16:40
Optical fiber Distributed Sensors
17:55
ISLiST Family Photo
17:55
ISLiST Family Photo
Special Event
18:05
Santander Council Reception
Special Event
18:05
Santander Council Reception

Jueves, 28 Junio 2018

Light based sensors
09:30
Photonics as a key-enabling technology: From disruptive research to successful innovation with societal impact
Hugo Thienpont
Light based sensors
09:30
Photonics as a key-enabling technology: From disruptive research to successful innovation with societal impact
11:00
Biomedical optical sensors and imaging: opportunities for guided waves
11:00
Biomedical optical sensors and imaging: opportunities for guided waves
David Sampson
12:10
POF Sensors for Aircraft Structural and Engine health Monitoring
Joseba Zubía Zaballa
12:10
POF Sensors for Aircraft Structural and Engine health Monitoring
Challenges in Sensing
15:30
Round Table II
Challenges in Sensing Using Light

General Challenges on Photonic Sensing to face on XXI century
Hugo Thienpont
Challenges in Sensing
15:30
Round Table II
Challenges in Sensing Using Light

General Challenges on Photonic Sensing to face on XXI century
16:00
Challenges on Silicon Photonics for Communications and Sensing
16:00
Challenges on Silicon Photonics for Communications and Sensing
Pavel Cheben
16:30
Challenges to face on Photonic sensing for the aerospace
16:30
Challenges to face on Photonic sensing for the aerospace
Nikolaus P. Schmitt
17:00
Challenges on Biomedical Optical Sensors
David Sampson
Moderación: José Miguel López-Higuera
17:00
Challenges on Biomedical Optical Sensors

Viernes, 29 Junio 2018

Special Session on Photonic Crystals
09:30
The Birth of the Photonic Bandgap Concept and its Application in Technology, as well as in Nature
Eli Yablonovitch
Special Session on Photonic Crystals
09:30
The Birth of the Photonic Bandgap Concept and its Application in Technology, as well as in Nature
11:00
The birth of photonic crystal fibre and its many scientific and technical applications
11:00
The birth of photonic crystal fibre and its many scientific and technical applications
Philip Russell
12:30
Closing Remarks and Announcement of ISLiST 2019 and Diploma Delivery
12:30
Closing Remarks and Announcement of ISLiST 2019 and Diploma Delivery

Sin fecha definida

Challenges on Biomedical Optical Sensors
Special Session on Photonic Crystals
The Birth of the Photonic Bandgap Concept and its Application in Technology, as well as in Nature
The birth of photonic crystal fibre and its many scientific and technical applications
Challenges to face on Photonic sensing for the aerospace
Challenges on Silicon Photonics for Communications and Sensing
Challenges in Sensing
Round Table II
Challenges in Sensing Using Light

General Challenges on Photonic Sensing to face on XXI century
Biomedical optical sensors and imaging: opportunities for guided waves
Light based sensors
Photonics as a key-enabling technology: From disruptive research to successful innovation with societal impact
Special Event
Santander Council Reception
Silicon Photonics and other forms of Optical Communications
ISLiST Family Photo
Optical fiber Distributed Sensors
Light on fiber based Sensors
Optical fiber Sensor Networks: State of the art and trends
Advanced Silicon Photonics for Communications and Sensing
Forward-looking LIDAR for aircraft: research results, lessons learned and trends
Light in Silicon Photonics and Sensing
Smart Light based Sensors
Challenges on LIFI Communications
Challenges on Fiber Nonlinearities and their use in mixed Photonic-Digital Systems
Challenges on Digital Communications
Challenges on Communications
Round Table I
Light on Communications: Challenges to face

Challenges on Analog and RF Communications
Spatial mode manipulation in communications and imaging
LiFi-High Speed Wireless Networking using Nano-Metre Waves
Light in the nanoscale and Communications
Controlling Light on the Nanoscale
Advances in Analog and RF Photonics
Light in Communications
Breaking the Optical Fiber Shannon Limit Through Full Control of the Optical Field
Optical fiber communication: Challenges and opportunities
POF Sensors for Aircraft Structural and Engine health Monitoring
Closing Remarks and Announcement of ISLiST 2019 and Diploma Delivery
Why Light matters for Communications and Sensing?
Opening Ceremony
The Science of Invisibility Cloaks and Metamaterials