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International Symposium on Ultrafast Photonics Technologies (ISUPT 2017)

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Dates of Event
10th July 2017 – 11th July 2017
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12th May 2017

The 8th International Symposium on Ultrafast Photonic Technologies (ISUPT2017, will be held at the Winchester School of Arts, University of Southampton, Winchester, UK over the period July 10-11th 2017.  

ISUPT is intended to provide a forum for researchers and students working on ultrafast photonic technologies including ultrahigh-speed optical communication, optical metrology, lasers, bio-medical technology, and advanced measurement technologies.

The first ISUPT (originally named as “The Europe-US-Japan Symposium on Ultrafast Photonics Technology”) was held at Makuhari in Japan in 2003, followed by the 2nd symposium at University of St. Andrews, UK in 2005 hosted by Profs. Wilson Sibbett and Alan Miller. The 3rd symposium was held at MIT USA in 2007 hosted by Prof. Erich P. Ippen, and the 4th symposium at RIEC, Tohoku University in 2009 hosted by Prof. Masataka Nakazawa. The 5th symposium was hosted by Prof. Reinhold Ludwig (Heinrich Hertz Institute, Berlin) in 2011, and the 6th Symposium was held at the University of Rochester USA in 2013, hosted by Prof. Wayne Knox. The 7th ISUPT event was held in Kyoto Japan in 2015 as part of a joint Symposium with the Japanese EXAT project.

The 8th symposium, ISUPT 2017, will consist of 2 Plenary and 21 invited presentations by eminent speakers from the USA, Europe, and Japan. The latest advances in ultrafast photonics will be presented, with a particular emphasis this year on optical communications, and future directions for research and development will be discussed among leaders in the field. There will also be poster sessions for students wishing to present their work during the course of the meeting

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