DGaO members are invited to share their research and submit a paper for review to the 2015 OSA Advanced Solid State Lasers Conference and Exhibition (ASSL) in Berlin, Germany, 4 - 9 October 2015. ASSL highlights new sources, advanced technologies, components and system design to improve the operation and application of solid state lasers. It covers the spectrum of solid state lasers from materials research to applied science and design innovations. Hear research on innovation in materials, components, fabrication techniques and design alternatives to enhance laser performance.
The submission deadline is 16 June 2015. DGaO is an Association Partner for the meeting and DGaO members are eligible for the discounted member registration rate. To receive the discounted registration rate, members of DGaO should identify themselves as members of DGaO and use the code DGAO1115 in place of a membership number during on-line registration.
Submission Deadline: 16 June 2015
Registration Opens: 29 June 2015
Advance Registration Deadline: 7 September 2015
ASSL 2015: 4 - 9 October 2015
Submit to one of three primary technical areas:
Materials: Materials focuses on advances in optics, materials science, condensed matter physics and chemistry relevant to the development, characterization and application of new materials for lasers and photonics.
• Laser Crystals and Glasses
• Transparent Ceramics
• Crystal and Glass Fibers
• More Topic Categories
Sources: This technical area emphasizes advances in source science and technology, and focuses on improved power, efficiency and brightness, increased wavelength coverage, narrower and more stable frequencies and, for pulsed sources, shorter pulse widths.
• Solid State Lasers
• Fiber Lasers
• Optical Sources Based on Nonlinear Frequency Conversion Schemes
• More Topic Categories
Applications: Applications connects Sources and Materials to for attendees who focus on advancing the use of lasers and other coherent sources. Applications covers several of the latest uses of lasers in medical and commercial markets as well as descriptions of the uses of lasers that enable new manufacturing and medical capabilities.
• Laser and Systems for Medical Applications
• Laser and Systems for Consumer Electronics Manufacturing
Additional application topics will also be considered