17-21 September: 43rd European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC 17)
The largest conference on optical communication in Europe and one of the largest and most prestigious events in this field worldwide. The Nordic countries are happy to welcome ECOC back to Scandinavia, a high-tech innovation hub that successfully merges communications and optical technologies within a creative business and scientific context. Gothenburg, Sweden, is in the heart of Scandinavia, with a characteristic maritime scenery at the waterfront, and the special Nordic light which has inspired artists for centuries.
17-18 May: Swedish Fiber optics days (Fiberoptikdagarna) 2017
Den 17-18 maj hålls Fiberoptikdagarna 2017 i Hudiksvall. Dagarna har ambitionen att ge bra översikt över hur fiberoptik används i svensk industri, goda möjligheter att dela erfarenheter och hitta samarbeten över olika tillämpningsområden, och en inblick i forskning och utveckling som pågår inom området.
[ENGLISH] On May 17-18 the Swedish Fiber optics days 2017 will be held at Hudiksvall. The days are held with the ambition to demonstrate different applications of fiber optics in Swedish industry. The days will give an opportunity to find collaboration projects and to give an insight to recent research and developments. The days will largely be held in the Swedish language.
2 December: Hamamatsu Technology Days
“From a single chip to a custom-made scientific camera”
Chalmers Conference Centre, Gothenburg
9.00-16.00, Friday 2nd December
2-3 November: Optics & Photonics in Sweden 2016 (OPS)
The annual conference organized by PhotonicSweden will take place this year at the Concert and Congress Center, Linköping (Arenabolaget). More information including conference programme is available through the following link.
19-20 May: Light-Based Solutions for Agriculture, Veterinary and Ecology
Actors from Agriculture, Veterinary and Ecology and Developers from Sweden and Abroad of Photonics Solutions: Let us Meet!
-- Invitation letter from the organizer --
There is still some space to register to the workshop, make a pitch presentation or even exhibit a poster where we’ll have all lunches and coffee breaks!
Please register before May 12 at the latest if you want to have lunches and be part of the nice dinner in the Linné garden!
The programme is very exciting and it will for sure be a good occasion to get new ideas and new contacts to realise them.
Programme : http://www.photonicsweden.com/files/workshop_PH21_OASIS/programme_workshop_light_based_solutions_agr_vet_eco_Sweden_2016.pdf
Looking forward to meeting you in Uppsala!
Management, Co-founder, PhD
21-22 Jan: The 7th OASIS Workshop
The 7th OASIS workshop in Amsterdam will be held January 21 and 22, 2016.
The theme of this workshop is spectral imaging with presentations by Quest Medical Imaging, Cosine Measurement Systems, The Academic Medical Centre (AMC), Philips and Rijksmuseum. It could also be an opportunity to find partners or EU project applications suitable for your organisation to answer the Horizon2020 ICT-29-2016: Photonics KET 2016 Call closing on April 12, 2016.
In the evening of the first day, a proposition to create an European platform in Biophotonics imaging will be discussed.
The second day, on January 22, will be devoted to visits of AMOLF in the morning and of the Rijksmuseum in the afternoon. http://www.photonicsnl.org/index.php/meetings-and-events/mnu-photonics-calendar
The workshop is free of charge. For more information and/or if you intend to register please contact Dr. Pierre-Yves Fonjallaz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Extract of the ICT29 Call closing on April 12
Biophotonics: advancing imaging for in-depth disease diagnosis: The objective is to develop innovative, compact, easy to operate non- or minimally invasive functional imaging systems that are multi-band and multimodal (including photonics in combination with non-photonic techniques) to support the in vivo diagnosis of age and life-style related diseases like cancer, cardiovascular, osteoarticular, eye diseases and various neuro-pathologies, after a positive screening. The imaging system must be either label-free or based on already/rapidly safety-approved labels, and should either address unmet medical needs or support a diagnostic approach which is significantly superior to existing approaches. Physicians/clinicians must be closely involved from requirement specifications to the validation. Validation in clinical settings should be included, but clinical trials are excluded.
20-29 Oct: Optics and Photonics in Sweden 2015 (OPS-2015)
Optics & Photonics in Sweden (OPS) 2015 will be held 28 - 29 October 2015 at KTH - Alba Nova University Center - Stockholm.
Invited talks will cover a variety of topics in Optics and Photonics, reflecting current Swedish research and development at universities, institutes and in the industry. Keynote speakers will highlight European research and developments. A poster session will provide an additional opportunity to display to the most recent developments and achievements. It will also give an overview of Optics and Photonics in Sweden and offer a good platform for creating new collaborations. An exhibition and a session with company presentations will be held in parallel to the technical sessions to provide industry, institutes and associations an opportunity to display their products and services and bridge the gap between science and industry. The conference is organised by PhotonicSweden (PS) and the Swedish Optical Society (SOS).
2-4 June: Northern Optics & Photonics 2015
Description: In the International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies 2015 it is our great pleasure to organize the next edition in the series of Northern Optics conferences that brings together optical scientists from the Nordic and Baltic countries. The previous meetings were held in Uppsala (2000), Espoo (2003), Bergen (2006), Vilnius (2009), and Helsingør (2012).
Northern Optics & Photonics 2015 (NOP 2015) will be arranged on 2-4 June 2015 near the city of Imatra (but in Lappeenranta region) in South-Eastern Finland, a 2.5 hour train trip from Helsinki. The conference venue is the spa resort Holiday Club Saimaa by the beautiful lake Saimaa with attractive free-time activities.
The conference is organized by Photonics Finland in conjunction with the Institute of Photonics (UEF, Joensuu), Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT, Lappeenranta) and sponsored by optics/photonics societies of Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Baltic countries. Because of extensive growth of photonics industries in the Nordic and Baltic countries and the formation of dedicated industrial photonics clusters in many countries, NOP 2015 has a separate industrial program committee besides the academic one and contains parts devoted specially to optics and photonics industries. There will as well be an exhibition. The conference deals with all aspects of optics and photonics from basic research to manufacturing and applications. It contains plenary, invited, contributed, and poster presentations.
Find the website of NOP2015 containing information on registration, fees, exhibition, program, confirmed speakers, travel and accommodation at .
During the conference EOS student clubs of the participating countries organize a recruiting event for students.
Location: Lappeenranta, Finland
11 November: Optics and Photonics in Sweden
Description: The Optics and Photonics in Sweden conference on Nov. 11-12 at Chalmers University, Gothenburg, is a two-day meeting where the community in Sweden meets. It provides an excellent opportunity for students to meet prospective employers and to advertise themselves. It also gives good opportunities for networking and learning about the breadth of optics research in the country. New this year is that academic and industrial research are given equal time for presentations.
Location: Chalmers University
29 August: JORCEP Workshop
Location: COER Lab @ South China Normal University
17-19 March: Albanova Meeting on Quantum Contextuality
Location: A3:1003, Albanova University Center.
Organizer: Breno Marques Teixeira & Mohamed Bourennane (Fysikum, SU)
Event description: Non-contextuality is a property of classical physics in which the result of a measurement is not affected by other compatible measurements carried out on the same individual system. Since more than forty years it is known that non- contextuality is in conflict with quantum mechanics. This conflict is pointed out by the so-called Kochen-Specker theorem. A distinguishing feature of the Kochen- Specker theorem is that it applies to individual systems, systems for which quantum entanglement does not exist.
11-12 November: Industry-Academia Workshop on Nanophotonics for Energy Efficiency
Venue: Scandic Hotel, Victoria Tower, Kista
Organizer: Anand Srinivasan
Event Description: The 2nd Industry-Academia Workshop on Nanophotonics for Energy Efficiency will take place in Stockholm on November 11-12, 2013. The event is free and open to everyone interested in enhancing communication and collaborations between Academia and Industry in nanophotonics for energy efficiency.
Event page (incl. registration):
22-23 October: Optics and Photonics in Sweden
Venue: Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University
ADOPT's financial support to PhD attendees:
Requirements: The sponsored student must present a poster at the conference (where as usual, ADOPT and the Swedish Research Council (VR) funding should be acknowledged).
Procedure: Send an e-mail to email@example.com to apply for sponsorship. First come, first served.
If approved, ask your supervisor to pay your conference fee from his/her ADOPT project account. 2500 SEK will subsequently automatically be transferred back to the account. The student early bird conference fee is 2125 SEK so the sponsorship will cover your train ticket to Uppsala too.
The deadline for submitting a poster abstract is October 10. To read more about the conference and submission procedure follow the link http://www.photonicsweden.com/optik-och-fotonik-i-sverige-optics-and-photonics-sweden-22-23-october-2013 Click on the registration link on that page to register.
16 August: JOCERP 10 Years Anniversary
Venue: room F32, KTH AlbaNova
Registration: (no later than 30th July)
12-15 August: PIERS 2013
Event: The 34th Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium
Venue: Stockholm, Sweden
- Focus Session on, organized by Sajeev John and Srinivasan Anand
- Focus Session on, organized by Gunnar G E Björk
- Focus Session on "", organized by Lars Thylen and Lech Wosinski
26-31 August: 5th EUROPHOTON conference
The 5th EUROPHOTON conference on "Solid State, Fibre, and Waveguide Coherent Light Sources" will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, 26-31 August 2012. ADOPT is proud to be a sponsor to the event.
18-19 June: The 2nd Japanese- Swedish Workshop on Nanophotonics
Venue: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Kista, Sweden
Few fields have experienced such a rapid growth in recent years as nanophotonics, fuelled by material progress (plasmonics, quantum dots, low dimensional structures in general) and improved insight into light material interaction on the nanometer scale, allowing applications in such varied fields as computer interconnects, telecom, medicine, lighting, solar energy harvesting to name a few.
This workshop, a sequel to an earlier one in 2009, features participation of prominent Japanese as well as US and Swedish researchers in the field.
Program to be announced. For information, contact Lech Wosinski at firstname.lastname@example.org
June 19-23: 16th Semiconducting and Insulating Materials Conference (SIMC-XVI)
This conference is organized by the members of ADOPT on June 19-23, 2011 in Kista. Over the years, this conference has evolved by maintaining its original spirit of linking materials research and application. The following topics will be emphasized in this conference:
- Nanosize and nanostructured semiconductors
- Wide bandgap compound semiconductors
- Materials for energy saving and energy harvesting
- Functional oxides and bismides
- Devices based on semiconductors and insulators
Abstract submission and registration are already open. ADOPT members are encouraged to submit their contributions to this conference.
For more information, please look at the conference website:
09 Dec: ADOPT celebrates 50th anniversary of the laser
On December 9, a Laserfest will be held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the laser. A full day of talks and a laser show will be held, in the morning at Kista, and after lunch at Albanova. The afternoon at AlbaNova terminates by an "opto mingle". A registration to attend is needed!
Optik i Sverige 2010, 19-20 October 2010, Lund, Sweden
The Swedish Optical Society's conference "Optik i Sverige 2010" will be held during two days on October 19-20th at Palestra Conferencehall in Lund, which this year celebrates the 50th anniversery of the first laser demonstration, hosted by Lunds Lasercentrum. These two days covers academic and technical talks, posters, exhibition by optical companies, evening dinner the first day, followed by visit of the laserlaboratories and finally ends with the Rydberg lecture sponsored by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
Winter School 2010, 12-14 March 2010, Romme, Sweden.
Sebastian Lourdudoss, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Mauritz Andersson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Optikdagen 2009, 12 November 2009, Kista (Stockholm), Sweden.
Pierre-Yves Fonjallaz, Acreo
Emil Hällstig, Optronic AB
Fredrik Laurell, Royal Institute of Technology
Lennart B. M. Svensson, LS Lasertech Innovation
2009 International Nano-Optoelectronic Workshop (iNOW), 2-15 August 2009, Saltsjöbaden and Kista, Stockholm (Sweden), and Berlin (Germany).
Connie Chang-Hasnain, University of California Berkeley, USA
Dieter Bimberg, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Lars Thylen, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden
2009 Sino-Swedish Workshop on Nanophotonics, 30 July - 1 August 2009, Stockholm (Sweden)
Min Qiu, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Zhiyuan Li, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China
Sweden-Japan Workshop on Nanophotonics and Related Technologies 2009, 29-30 June 2009, Kista, Stockholm (Sweden).
KTH and Acreo in Stockholm, the Nanophotonics Research Center and Secure-Life Electronics, Global Center-of-Excellence (GCOE) Program at the University of Tokyo.