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SPRC 2014 Symposium

Monday, September 15, 2014 (All day) to Wednesday, September 17, 2014 (All day)

Thank you for joining us at our Annual Symposium this year! Available videos are linked here:

Monday, September 15, 2014
Overview of the National Photonics Initiative
National Photonics Initiative – Sensors for Energy & the Environment
Bob Lieberman, 2014 SPIE Vice President
Industry Perspectives on the National Photonics Initiative & Photonics for Defense and National Security (video not available)
James Horkovich, Raytheon
NPI – Telecom
Tom Koch, Optical Science Center, University of Arizona

Space Applications
Lasers in Space – Communications and Other Applications (video not available)
Abhijit Biswas, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Cal Tech
Concepts and Methods for Space-Time Reference
Paul Berceau, Stanford University
NASA Space Laser Technology
Michael Krainak, NASA
The Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration
Don Boroson, MIT Lincoln Lab

Environmental Sensors
Femtosecond Laser Processing Inside Optical Fibre: Shaping Multi-functional Lab-in-Fibre
Peter Herman, University of Toronto
Laser Driven Fiber Optic Gyroscopes
Jacob Chamoun, Stanford University
Ultra-high Sensitivity of LIGO
Brian Lantz, Stanford University
Sound and Ultrasound Detection Using Optical Fiber Sensors for Biological Applications
Wonuk Jo, Stanford University

Advanced Optics for 3D Sensors, Displays, & Augmented Reality
Sub-Wavelength Grating Lenses with a Twist
Sonny Vo, Leia, Inc.
Augmented Reality Reveals Anatomy within Art
Sarah Hegmann, Stanford School of Medicine
A GPU-accelerated immersive audio-video framework for interaction with molecular dynamics using consumer depth sensors
David Glowacki, University of Bristol

After Dinner Talk - Biophotonics, Prometheus, and Pandora: Peering inside the Box (video not available)
Tom Baer, Stanford University

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Imaging  & Communication in Multimode Fibers
Mode-Division Multiplexed Transmissino Over Multimode Fibers
Roland Ryf, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Laboratories
Holographic minimally invasive endoscopy for in-vivo applications: new challenges
Tomas Cizmar, Dundee University
Reducing Noise and Enhancing Resolution for Endoscopic Imaging through Multi-Mode Optical Fiber
Ruo Yu Gu, Stanford University

LEDs for Communication & Displays
GaN-on-GaN Full Visible Spectrum LED Technology
Mike Krames, Soraa
Group IV Optoelectronic Materials and Devices for Communications
Yijie Huo, Stanford University
Wide Color Gamut Display Technology (video not available)
Nathan Gardner, Glo AB

Novel Solar Energy Technologies
High Performance Next Generation Thin Film Solar Cells (video not available)
Qi Chen, UCLA
High Performance Metal Nanowire Transparent Electrodes
Po-Chun Hsu, Stanford University
Passive Photonic Radiative Cooling
Aaswath Raman, Stanford University
Light Trapping in Solar Cells
Ken Wang, Stanford University

Optogenetics
Single cell in situ transcriptional profiling by sequential FISH
Long Cai, Cal Tech
Toward Deciphering Neural Codes with Engineered Optical Voltage Sensors
Yiyang Gong, Stanford University

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Coherent & Ultrafast Electron Optics
Coherent Electron Control
Herman Batelaan, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Laser Acceleration and Deflection of Electrons with a Silicon Dielectric Structure
Ken Leedle, Stanford University
Cool Beams for Ultrafast Electron Imaging
Jom Luiten, Eindhoven University of Technology
Ultrafast and Coherent Control of Electrons  (video not available)
Thomas Juffman, Stanford University

Attosecond Science
Applications of Tabletop Coherent EUV and Soft X-Ray Sources
Henry Kapteyn, University of Colorado
Attosecond FEL Pulses
Gabriel Marcus, SLAC
Extreme Ultraviolet Frequency Combs
Tom Allison, Stony Brook University
High Harmonic Generation in Solid Argon
Georges Ndabashimiye, Stanford University

2014 Symposium Videos

Bob Lieberman, 2014 SPIE Vice President
Tom Koch, Optical Science Center, University of Arizona
Paul Berceau, Stanford University
Michael Krainak, NASA
Don Boroson, MIT Lincoln Lab
Peter Herman, University of Toronto
Jacob Chamoun, Stanford University
Brian Lantz, Stanford University
Wonuk Jo, Stanford University
Sonny Vo, Leia, Inc.
Sarah Hegmann, Stanford School of Medicine
David Glowacki, University of Bristol
Roland Ryf, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Laboratories
Tomas Cizmar, Dundee University
Ruo Yu Gu, Stanford University
Mike Krames, Soraa
Yijie Huo, Stanford University
Po-Chun Hsu, Stanford University
Aaswath Raman, Stanford University
Ken Wang, Stanford University
Long Cai, Cal Tech
Yiyang Gong, Stanford University
Herman Batelaan, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Ken Leedle, Stanford University
Jom Luiten, Eindhoven University of Technology
Henry Kapteyn, University of Colorado
Gabriel Marcus, SLAC
Tom Allison, Stony Brook University
Georges Ndabashimiye, Stanford University