Photonics Day 2014: celebrating the multidisciplinary nature of photonics research
Photonics Day is a regular annual event in the University calendar in which the very latest photonics research is reviewed through a number of oral and poster presentations. This year, the event is being re-launched by the Zepler Institute as a celebration of the truly multidisciplinary nature of photonics research and will feature presentations from across the Zepler InstituteÃ¢â¬â¢s constituent research groups in ECS, Physics & Astronomy and the Optical Research Centre, as well as collaborators from across the University, including the Institute for Life Sciences and Chemistry.
Student and post-doc poster presentations
There will be opportunities for students to showcase their work by giving short oral and poster presentations, where there will be cash prizes on offer for the best entries. Post-docs are also invited to present a poster. Abstracts are now being accepted, for an application form please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (deadline for abstracts 1st September).
The International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies
We are pleased to announce that the day will be opened by European Physical Society President, John Dudley who will give an invited talk in his role as Champion of the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015).
The day will include morning and afternoon refreshments and a buffet lunch. A full programme will be available shortly on this website. Registered delegates will receive full joining instructions in advance of the event.