Confirmed Invited Speakers
Toshihiko Baba
“Solid-state LiDAR equipped with photonic crystal beam scanner”
Yokohama National University
Che Ting Chan
“Photonic crystals with unusual topological characters”
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Shanhui Fan
“Explorations of synthetic dimensions in photonics”
Stanford University
Masayuki Fujita
“Terahertz integrated photonics based on photonic crystals and silicon microstructures”
Osaka University
Yidong Huang
“Nano-structure Brings New Ideas to Optoelectronic Devices”
Tsinghua University
Boubacar Kante
“The Berkeley Surface Emitting Laser (BerkSEL), a scale-invariant laser?”
UC Berkeley
Kyoko Kitamura
“Distorted Photonic Crystal -novel approach of beam trajectory control-”
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Yuri Kivshar
“Chiral Resonant Metaphotonics and Metasurfaces”
Australian National University
Thomas Krauss
“The True Advantage of Nanophotonics for Biological Applications”
University of York
Kobus Kuipers
“Local investigations of topological edge states: robustness and breakdown of spin-momentum locking”
Delft University of Technology
Philippe Lalanne
“Non-Hermitian resonators: the Qs and Vs of their quasinormal mode”
CNRS, Institut d'Optique/Univ. Bordeaux
Shawn-Yu Lin
“Direct Confirmation of Super-Planckian Radiation Emitted from a Photonic-Crystal Filament”
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Marko Loncar
“Integrated Lithium Niobate Photonics”
Harvard University
Jesper Mørk
‟Semiconductor Nanolasers with ultra-low Threshold Current”
Technical University of Denmark
Amir Safavi-Naeini
“Quantum Optomechanical Transducers”
Stanford University
Susumu Noda
“Large-scale high-brightness photonic-crystal lasers by control of Hermitian and non-Hermitian couplings”
Kyoto University
Masaya Notomi
“Reconfigurable topological nanophotonics using photonic crystals”
NTT/Tokyo Institute of Technology
Chao Peng
“Lasing Action of Topological Bound State in the Continuum”
Peking University
Philip Russell
“Photonic Crystals in Chiral Space”
Max-Planck Institute for the Science of Light
Christian Seassal
“Bright and dark modes in periodic metasurfaces, from light emission to photocatalysis”
Marin Soljačić
“Nanophotonics for tailoring radiation from fast electrons”
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Willem Vos
“Unconventional Propagation of Shaped Light in 3D Cavity Superlattices and Photonic Band Gap Crystals”
University of Twente
Jelena Vuckovic
“Inverse designed, densely integrated classical and quantum photonics”
Stanford University
Eli Yablonovitch
“The Challenge of Photonic Crystals (and Meta-Materials) is Inverse Electromagnetic Design (Aperiodic)”
UC Berkeley
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