World Congress on lasers, optics and Photonics will be held in Spain, during September 23-25, 2019. which is designed to provide a platform for discussion and networking as well as to share new ideas, advancements and research related to the application of lasers, optics and photonics technology in various fields and industries and its related topics with the theme of “Advancements of Lasers, Optics and Photonics in Modern world”. Laser and optical technology are in general absolutely essential to performing applied research in areas such as chemistry and biology, providing fundamental analysis tools.
Optics 2019 provides excellent opportunities for global sharing of expertise, products, technology and best practices in the field of Lasers, Optics and Photonics. Its large international participation comprised of notable keynote speakers, technical sessions and young researchers and students presentations on the latest cutting-edge research and designed to stimulate discussion and debate about current research in Lasers, Optics and Photonics globally.
International Conference on Materials Research and Nanotechnology will be held in Rome, Italy, during June 10-12, 2019. ICMRN-2019 is aiming to bring together innovative academicians and industrial experts in the field of materials science and Nanotechnology to a common forum. The primary goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental activities in materials research and technology and another goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working all around the world. This conference offers you knowledge oriented sessions with the theme of “Outlining the forefront Research: Materials Research-Nanotechnology” that will renew the practical skills that you need to improve.
This conference is committed to make a phase for addressing recent challenges and progressions in the field of optics photonics and laser through its invited presentations, submitted oral and poster abstracts. The gathering is designed to support the trading of thoughts over an extensive variety of orders.
The primary objective of Optics & Laser is to display new and advance technologies , recent achievements and global trends in optics, photonics and laser to advance interdisciplinary interactions that can nudge the development of this exciting exploration field. Special emphasis will be placed on Photonic & Plasmonic Nanomaterials, Optical Networking and Communications Market, Optical Astronomy, Laser Therapy, Laser Ultrasonics Techniques and Applications and Trends in Optics , Lasers and Photonics and particular advancements to create optic and laser.
Lasers are a beautiful and powerful tool. They’re fascinating to observe and inspiring to study. In describing scientists and artists, artist Alistair McClymont remarks: “both ultimately search for truth and both see beauty in that truth”. Dr Ceri Brenner reveals the beauty behind her work with the most powerful lasers in the world, how she is inspired by the world-changing applications that she and her team work on and the extreme technology she gets to work with.
As part of the National Science Week program on Art and Science, Dr Ceri Brenner speaks on Lasers and Art.
Bookings: The lecture is free, but booking is essential.
Dr Ceri Brenner is continuing her Women in Physics Lecture tour and will be speaking at a lecture at The University of Queensland on 16 August 2018.
Dr Ceri Brenner is a physicist using the most powerful lasers in the world to develop innovative imaging technology for medical, nuclear and aerospace inspection. She has a unique role that spans research, innovation and business development and is driving the translation of laser-driven accelerator research into industrial applications that impact our society. In 2017 she was awarded the UK Institute of Physics’ Clifford-Paterson Medal and Prize for her significant early career contributions to the application of physics in an industrial context.
A graduate of Oxford University and PhD from University of Strathclyde, Ceri has established a unique position working in the UK’s Central Laser Facility, in which her passion for application-focused research works alongside pursuing fundamental understanding of extreme condition physics.
She is a highly experienced and popular science communicator and is a strong advocate of physics engagement to reach new audiences within the public, academia and industry. She especially enjoys inspiring the next generation into this exciting profession. Ceri is also an active member of the physics community with leading committee roles within the Institute of Physics and British Science Association.