The German Society of Applied Optics (DGaO) and the International Commission for Optics (ICO) jointly invite you to The International Conference on Applied Optics and Photonics 2016 – 117th Annual Meeting of the DGaO, which will be held from May, 17th to May 21st 2016 in Hannover, Germany.
Registration form: http://www.dgao.de/de/content/registration
We invite you to submit short presentations (12 min) and posters from the list of key topics below or from the general field of applied optics.
- Optical Metrology and Sensing
- Optical Modeling and Simulation
- Applied Laser Technologies
- Polymer Optics and Photonics
- Integrated Optics
Submission has been closed – thank you for your contribution! Authors will be informed shortly about acceptance of their submission and the time schedule.
Conference programme: Tagungsband.pdf
F. Höller (chairman),
Y. Arakawa, G. von Bally,
S. Bäumer, Z. ben Lakhdar,
J. Czarske, P. Delaporte,
C. Denz, C. Faber,
C. Grigoropoulos, A. Guzman,
A. Jacobsen, D. Moore,
L. Overmeyer, E. Reithmeier,
B. Roth, G. van Steenberge,
R. Schuhmann, W. Vollrath,
D. Webb, M. Wollweber
Chairman of the conference:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. E. Reithmeier,
Leibniz University Hanover
|Submission deadline:||December, 18th, 2015|
|Notification of acceptance:||February, 17th, 2016|
|Program publication:||March, 1st, 2016|
|Registration opens:||March, 1st, 2016|
|Deadline for early bird registration:||April, 17th, 2016|
An extended version of accepted contributions (2 pages) is expected by July 18, 2016 for online publication in the conference proceedings (see www.dgao.de).
|Members of DGaO, DPG, EOS, ICO or OSA||225€|
|Students, Retired and Unemployed||105€|
Young scientists and students from developing countries as well as students from all countries may apply for travel support. Please send request for application form to DGaO-Sekretariat@dgao.de.
Conference registration prices increase by 30 € after April 17, 2016.
Annual DGaO Young Scientist Awards and the ICO/IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Optics will be awarded.
Conference location: Hannover, Germany
The adopted hometown of world-famous philosopher and mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz is a cosmopolitan centre of science and innovation with traditionally close links between research and business. From ground-breaking architecture and infrastructure to attractive recreational areas, the state capital of Lower Saxony with a population of around 514,000 offers many interesting contrasts. A large number of first-rate museums, one of Germany's largest pedestrian zones, the famous Herrenhausen gardens, or its unique adventure zoo make Hanover one of the most vibrant locations in Germany. Hanover also boasts the world’s largest exhibition centre and, as a trade fair and event venue, it stands in the international spotlight every year.
The Leibniz University Hanover is among the top nine technical universities (TU9) in Germany with more than 25,000 students in the natural sciences and engineering, the humanities and social sciences as well as in law and economics. Optics, photonics and laser technology are one of the research cornerstones of the university, visible, e.g., through the interdisciplinary Hanover Centre for Optical Technologies HOT, the collaborative research centre PlanOS, the cluster of excellence QUEST, and the strong ties to the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH).