OSK-OSA-OSJ Joint Symposia

Welcome to the OSK-OSA-OSJ Joint Symposia on Optics 2021

 

 

On behalf of the organizing committee of the OSK-OSA-OSJ Joint Symposia 2021, we would like to thank all of you for your attendance.

 

The Joint Symposia will be held during OPC 2021 (OSK Annual Summer Meeting) as a hybrid meeting from July 5(Mon) to 7(Wed), 2021 at the International Convention Center (ICC Jeju), Jeju Island, Korea.

 

The joint symposia were initially launched as symposia between the Optical Society (OSA) and the Optical Society of Japan (OSJ) and further extended to include the Optical Society of Korea (OSK) since 2018.

The first joint symposia between three societies have been successfully held in Japan during the OSJ Annual Meeting in 2018. Since that time, the OSK, OSA and OSJ organized annual joint symposia in recognition of their strong partnership. The annual joint symposia will be held alternately during OSK and OSJ annual meeting.

 

Two topic categories of the symposia are ‘Applied Optics’ and ‘Optical Science’. The main goal of the symposia is to create a global forum for leading researchers to present their latest work and to share the most up-to-date results in scientific subjects and related new technologies in the fields of Applied Optics and Optical Science.
 

Taking into account the continuing COVID19 pandemic, we have decided to hold this year’s joint symposia as a hybrid meeting (on-site or online presentation for domestic participants and real-time online or video presentations for all overseas speakers via zoom).

This year, we have planned to open only plenary and invited sessions with 3 plenary and 18 invited presentations.

 

We hope that the joint endeavor can provide scientific and professional networking as well as scientific inspiration to the attendees.

 

Sincerely,

 

Symposia General Chairs:

Fabian Rotermund, KAIST, Korea

Juliet Gopinath, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

Norihiko Nishizawa, Nagoya University, Japan

Takashige Omatsu, Chiba University, Japan

 

 

Organized by: The Optical Society of Korea (OSK), The Optical Society (OSA), The Optical Society of Japan (OSJ)


    

 


 

 

 -Technical Program-

 

[Virtual Conference 참여하기]

 

Presentation time:

Plenary talk: 40-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A
Invited talk: 25-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A

 

Plenary Lectures

 

 

Prof. Joseph A. Izatt

(Duke Univ., USA)

Prof. Susumu Noda

(Kyoto Univ., Japan)

Prof. Byoungho Lee

(Seoul National Univ., Korea)

New Optical Technologies for Real-Time Interactive
Biomedical Imaging and Image-Guided Surgery 
Progress of photonic-crystal surface-emitting lasers for
smart mobility and smart manufacturing
Optics for virtual reality, augmented reality and metaverse

 

 

Invited Presentations

 

 

Name(Affiliation)

Title

Optical Science

Dohun Kim(Seoul National Univ.)

 Quantum sensing with single and ensemble electron spins in diamond

Seung Ah Lee(Yonsei Univ.)

 Computational lensless imaging for biomedical applications

Byoung-Ick Cho(GIST)

 Nonequilibrium electron dynamics in femtosecond heated warm dense matter

Ann Roberts(Univ. of Melbourne)

 Meta-optics for enhanced phase contrast imaging

Andrea Armani(Univ. of Southern California)

 Nanomaterial-enhanced Integrated Photonics

Ayman Abouraddy(Univ. of Central Florida)

 The new frontier of space-time optics and photonics

Kosei Ueno(Hokkaido Univ.)

 Control of near-field enhancements by coupled nano-engineered metallic particles

Ikufumi Katayama(Yokohama National Univ.)

 New detection system for ultrafast phenomena using Terahertz photonics

Tomohiro Amemiya(Tokyo Inst. of Technology)

 Slow light in metamaterial waveguide

Applied Optics

YongKeun Park(KAIST)

 Quantitative Phase Imaging and Artificial Intelligence

Jae-Hyeung Park(Inha Univ.)

 Color holographic display with reduced speckle using digital micromirror device and error diffusion

 Jiyeon Choi(KIMM)

 Advances in ultrafast laser microstructuring of glass for optical and biomedical applications

Kai Bongs(Univ. of Birmingham)

 Quantum sensor innovation at the UK National Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing

Laura Waller(Univ. of California Berkeley)

 3D Phase and fluorescence microscopy with scattering samples

Hatice Altug(Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)

 Frontiers in nanophotonics: enabling technology for next-generation biosensors

Yasuhiro Awatsuji(Kyoto Institute of Technology)

 Ultrafast imaging by holography using a femtosecond-pulsed laser

Satoshi Hasegawa(Utsunomiya Univ.)

 Laser micro-machining with adaptive optics based on machine learning

Hiromasa Oku(Gunma Univ.)

 Arbitrary and multiple focusing based on TAG lens and nanoseconds timing control

 


 

Topics of ‘Applied Optics’

- Optical design

- Laser-based manufacturing and micro-machining

- Optical measurement and sensing

- Sensing for the environment

- Information optics

- Computational imaging

- Display Technology including Augmented VR

- Bioimaging and biosensing

- Machine learning

- Quantum communications & computing

- Others
 


Applied Optics Chairs

Jungwon Kim, KAIST, Korea

Frédérique Vanholsbeeck, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Yusuke Ogura, Osaka University, Japan

 


 

 

Topics of ‘Optical Science’

- Nanophotonics

- Plasmonics

- Ultrafast phenomena

- Terahertz photonics

- Nonlinear optics

- Laser physics

- Material processing

- Optoelectronics

- Quantum optics

- Others



Optical Science Chairs

Hyunyong Choi, Seoul National University, Korea

Mercedeh Khajavikhan, University of Southern California, USA

Madoka Ono, Hokkaido University, Japan