Tuesday, July 22, 2014

5th International Conference on Photonics 2014 (ICP2014)

5th International Conference on Photonics 2014 (ICP2014)

The 5th International Conference on Photonics 2014 (ICP2014) will be held on 2 - 4 September 2014 at Palace of The Golden HorsesKuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

The conference is organised by IEEE Photonics Society, Malaysia Chapter. (IEEE Conference ID: 33915)

The goal of the conference is to create a forum for researchers, academicians, engineers and industry players from various fields of photonics with different experiences and backgrounds. This event will create opportunity to present research results, discuss current issues and exchange views that may create mutual interest. It also acts as a bridge to transfer research & development output to the applications which match the industrial requirements as well as users’ expectations

Keynote Speakers:


Prof. Dr. Kazuro Kikuchi

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan
Recipient of 2014 John Tyndall Award for pioneering contributions to the fundamental understanding of coherent detection techniques

"The Past, Present, and Future of Coherent Optical Fiber Communications"

Biodata and Abstract
Prof. Dr. Benjamin J. Eggleton

Director,
Center for Ultrahigh Bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS),
ARC Center of Excellence in Photonics,
Institute of Photonics and Optical Science (IPOS),
University of Sydney

"Inducing and Harnessing Stimulated Brillouin Scattering in Photonics Integrated Circuits"
Biodata and Abstract


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Liang Dong

Associate Professor,
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Clemson University, USA

"Control of Light Flow in Optical Fibers"

Biodata and Abstract

Invited Speakers:

 Dr. Irina Kabakova
 ARC Centre for Ultrahigh bandwidth Devices for optical System (CUDOS), Australia.

"Brillouin Frequency Combs in Chalcogenides"

 Biodata and Abstract


 Dr. Jean-Charles Beugnot
 FEMTO-ST Institute, France.

"Tailoring Photon Phonon interaction in Optical Microwire"
  Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Martin Maier
 Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), Montréal, Canada

"Smart FiWi-HetNets: Recent Progress and Open Challenges"
Biodata and Abstract


 Prof. Dr. Makoto Yamada
 Osaka Perfecture University, 
 Japan

 "Recent Progress on Multicore EDFA for Long Distance Transmission"
Biodata and Abstract


 Prof. Dr. Jayantha Sahu Optoelectronics Research Center (ORC), 
Southampton Univesity, 
United Kingdom
  

Biodata and Abstract


 Dr. Tracy Melvin
 Optoelectronics Research Center (ORC), 
 Southampton Univesity, 
 United Kingdom

"Optical Approaches for Single Molecule DNA Sequence Analysis"

Biodata and Abstract


 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Baohua Jia
 Swinburne University, 
 Australia

 "Ultrafast Nonlinear Properties of Graphene Oxide for Highly Integrated Photonic Devices"

 Biodata and Abstract


 Prof. Dr. Kotaro Kajikawa
  Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Scinece and Engineering,
 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

 "All Optical Bistability Device based on Metal/Liquid Crystal/Metal Structure"
 Biodata and Abstract


 Dr. Seongwoo Yoo 
 School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering,  
 Nanyang Tech University, Singapore.

 "Activities on Special Fibre Fabrication at Nanyang Technological University"
 Biodata and Abstract


 Dr. Tetsuya Kawanishi
 Director, 
 Lightwave Devices Laboratory,  
 Photonic Network Research Institute,
 National institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT),
 Japan

 "Wired and Wireless Seamless Access Network System"
  Biodata and Abstract


 Dr. Hiroyo Ogawa 
 Vice Director General,
 Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB),
 Japan

 "Recent Standardization Activities on Radio over Fiber Technologies"
  Biodata and Abstract


 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alex Argyros
 Deputy Director, 
 Institute for Photonics and Optical Science (IPOS),
 University of Sydney, Australia.

 "Metal-polymer Composite Fibres for Metamaterials and other Applications"
  Biodata and Abstract


 Prof. Dr. Mohd Kamil Abd Rahman
 Head,
 Photonics Lab, Faculty of Applied Sciences,
 Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia

 Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Harith Ahmad
 Director,
 Photonics Research Centre,
 Universiti Malaya, Malaysia
   Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Sulaiman Wadi Harun
 Department of Electrical Engineering, 
 Faculty of Engineering, 
 Universiti Malaya, MALAYSIA

 Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Faisal Rafiq Mahamd Adikan
 Department of Electrical Engineering, 
 Faculty of Engineering, 
 Universiti Malaya, MALAYSIA

 Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Faidz Abd Rahman
 Chair, 
 Centre for Photonics and Advanced Materials Research, 
 Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, MALAYSIA

 "Long Period Fiber Grating Sensor: A Method to Enhance The Sensitivity"
 Biodata and Abstract

 Assist. Prof. Dr. Rok Petkovsek
 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
 University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 "Recent Progress on Gain Switched Yb-Doped Fiber Lasers"
  Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Jen-Fa Huang
 National Cheng Kung University,
 Taiwan

 "Signatures Reconfigurations over Waveguide Gratings-based Optical CDMA Network Codecs to Enhance System Confidentiality"
  Biodata and Abstract

 Dr.Sandra Dudley
 London South Bank University,
 United Kingdom 
 Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Sahbudin Shaari
 Institute of Microengineering and Nanoelectronics (IMEN), 
 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia

 "Observation of Plasmonic Excitation and Conduction Electrons Dependence in Thin Gold Film"
  Biodata and Abstract

 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wataru Inami
 Graduate School of Engineering, 
 Shizuoka University, Japan

 "High Spatial Resolution Imaging of Fluorescent Nanodiamonds using Direct Electron-beam Assisted Microscope"
  Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Dr. Mohamad Khazani Abdullah
 Chief Executive Officer, 
 Significant Technologies Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

 "Open Access Fiber Optic Networks for Competitive Services Beyond Triple Play"


  Biodata and Abstract

 Dr. Marcelo A. Soto
 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne, 
 Switzerland

 "Going Beyond Limits in Brillouin Distributed Fibre Sensors: Challenges and Possible Approaches"
  Biodata and Abstract

 Prof. Ir. Dr. Abu Bakar Mohammad
 Lightwave Communication Research Group, 
 Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
 Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

 "Optimization of FSO System in Tropical Weather Using Multiple Beams"
 Biodata and Abstract

 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yarub Al-Douri Institute of Nano Electronic Engineering (INEE), 
 Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), Malaysia.

 "Optical Investigations of Cu2Zn1-xCdxSnS4 Pentrary Alloy Nanostructures"
  Biodata and Abstract



Organizer


Conference ChairAhmad Ashrif A BAKAR, UKM
 SecretaryNorhana ARSAD, UKM
 Treasurer I Siti Barirah AHMAD ANAS, UPM
 TPC Chair Hairul Azhar ABDUL RASHID, MMU
 TPC Member Zulfadzli YUSOFF, MMU
 Mohd Adzir MAHDI, UPM
 Mohd Hanif YAACOB, UPM
 Ahmad Fauzi ABAS, UPM
 Sponsorship Md. Zaini JAMALUDIN, UNITEN
 Sevia Mahdaliza IDRUS, UTM Raja Zahilah RAJA MOHD RADZI, UTM 
Publication Chair Fairuz ABDULLAH, UNITEN
 Publication Committee Makhfudzah MOKHTAR, UPM
 Publicity  Mohd Saiful Dzulkefly ZAN, UKM
 Webmaster Aiman ISMAIL, UNITEN
 Local Arrangement Ahmad Shukri MUHAMMAD NOOR, UPM
 Secretariat Committee Chair Nurul Asyikin MOHAMED RADZI, UNITEN
 Secretariat Committee Nor Iza MOHD RAWI, UNITEN
 


For more information, click here: http://www.icp2014.net/

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Monday, September 30, 2013

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Thursday, September 19, 2013

4th International Conference on Photonics 2013 (ICP2013)


4th International Conference on Photonics 2013 (ICP2013)

The 4th International Conference on Photonics 2013 (ICP2013) will be held on 28 - 30 October 2013 in Equatioal Hotel Melaka, MALAYSIA. The conference is organised by IEEE Photonics Society, Malaysia Chapter (IEEE Conference ID: 31345).


The goal of this conference is to create a forum for researchers, academicians, engineers and industry players from various fields of photonics with different experiences and backgrounds. This event will create opportunity to present research results, discuss current issues and exchange views that may create mutual interest. It also acts as a bridge to transfer research & development output to the applications which match the industrial requirements as well as users’ expectations.

Speakers

Note: Title, abstract and biodata may change or be updated.

Keynote:

Prof. Dr. Shozo Komaki
Malaysia - Japan International Institute of Technology
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
"Radio on Fiber for University and and/or Community Smart Grids"
Abstract and Biodata
Prof. Dr. Roger Green
Communication System Laboratory
School of Engineering, University of Warwick

"Give Invention Light – Fibre-free Photonic Communications"
Abstract and Biodata

Roger_Green
Dr Gabriel Walter
CEO, Quantum Electro Opto System Sdn. Bhd.
Adjunct Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept.
"Light Emitting Transistor and It's Potential Impact"
Abstract and Biodata



Invited:


Prof. Dr. Gang Ding Peng
University of New South Wales, Australia
"Recent Development of New Active Optical Fibres for Broadband Photonic Applications"
Abstract and Biodata
 
 Dr. Tahmina Ajmal
University of Bedfordshire
,United Kingdom"Optical Sensing for Smart Water Monitoring"Abstract and Biodata
 Dr Roberto Ramirez-Iniguez
Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom
"Rotationally Asymmetric Optical Concentrators for Solar PV and BIPV Systems"

 Prof. Ir. Dr. Abu Sahmah Mohd Supa'at
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
"Implementation of Thermo-Optic Waveguide Photonics Switch Using Polymer Material"

 
 Prof. Dr. David Bradley
University of Surrey, United Kingdom
"   "
 Dr. David Marpaung
Centre for Ultrahigh Bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems, Australia
"On-chip Microwave Photonic Signal Processing using Optical Nonlinearity"

 
 Prof. Dr. Periklis Petropoulos
Optoelectronics Research Centre, United Kingdom
"Optical Signal Processing for Next Generation Optical Networks"
 
 Prof. Dr. Ruzairi Abdul Rahim
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
"Process Tomography – Optical Sensor"
 Dr. Hua Ji
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
"Ultrafast Nonlinear Signal Processing in Silicon Waveguides"
 Barry VuongRyeson University, Canada
"A Novel Real-time Optical Coherence Tomography Biopsy-imaging Needle for Pre-histological Evaluation"

 Marjan RazaniRyeson University, Canada
"Optical Coherence Tomography Detection of Shear Wave Propagation in Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Phantoms"

 Dr. Aleksandar D. Rakic
School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering,
The University of Queensland, Australia
"  "


  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Andy Chan
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
"  "


  Prof. Dr. Bishnu P. Pal
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
"Specialty Optical Fiber Designs for All-fiber Sources and High Power Transmission in the Mid-IR Wavelengths"

  Prof. Dr. Shifeng Zhou
Institute of Optical Communication Materials,
School of Materials Science and Engineering, 

South China University of Technology, China
"Novel Glass and Glass-ceramic Materials for Broadband Optical Amplification"

  Dr. Sandra Dudley
London South Bank University, United Kingdom
"
Microwave Radio over Fibre Systems Application"

  Assoc. Prof Dr. Javid Atai
University of Sidney, Australia
"
Bragg Grating Solitons in Cubic-quintic Nonlinear Media"
   Prof Dr. Tang Dingyuan
National University of Singapore, Singapore
"
Dark Soliton Fiber Lasers"

   Dr. Ranjan SenCentral of Glass and Ceramic Research Institute (CGCRI),
Kolkata, India
"Optical Fibers for High Power Laser: Materials and Technology "
 Prof. Dr. Elfed LewisOptical Fiber Sensors Research Centre,
University of Limerick, Ireland
"
Optical Fibre Based Dosimetry for Radiotherapy Applications"
 Prof Dr. B. M. A. Rahman
School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences,
City University London, United Kingdom
"
Light Confinement in Silicon Slot Waveguides"

 Prof. Dr. Hairul Azhar Abdul Rashid
Center for Photonics and Electronics Devices,
Multimedia University, Malaysia
"
Recent Developments in Amplifier Fiber Design and Fabrication"

 Dr. Walter Belardi
Centre for Photonics and Photonic Materials (CPPM),
University of Bath, UK

"Hollow Core Fibers: An Efficient Way for Handling High Optical Powers and Accessing New Wavelengths"
 
  Prof. Ir. Dr. Norashidah Md Din
Centre for Communication Service Convergence Technologies,
Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia

"Approaches in Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation in Passive Optical Network Systems"

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List of accepted paper

#IDTitle
1D2-AM1-CSingle Photodiode Detection for Interference Elimination in SAC-OCDMA Systems
2D2-AM2-CWidely Tunable Multiwavelength Hybrid Brillouin-erbium Fiber laser utilizing Virtual Mirror
3D2-AM2-CGraphene based Q-Switched Tunable and Switchable S-Band Fiber Laser
4D1-PM1-CWireless Signals Transport Schemes in Fiber Wireless Systems
5D1-AM2-AOzone Sensor for a Publishing House
6D1-AM2-APlastic Optical Fibre Physiological Bending Sensor based on Fibre Tilt Angle Loss Measurement
7D1-AM2-BImpact of Auger Recombination on Hybrid Green Light-Emitting Diode
8D1-AM2-BEnhanced Analysis of NPLAY structures via Coupled Dipole Method
9D1-AM2-CInfluence of Anisotropic Raman Gain on Four- Wave Mixing Signals
10D1-AM2-BLaser Ablation Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticle in Graphene Oxide and Thermal Effusivity of Nanocomposite
11D2-AM2-BSpectroscopic characterization of a 2.3µm GaInAsSb-based VCSEL structure
12D1-AM2-CStudy on the Performance of Slotted and non-slotted Optical Burst Switched Networks
13D1-AM2-BPerformance Analysis of Gallium Lanthanum Sulfide and Cuprous Oxide as Nanoplasmonic Couplers
14TomographyThe Application of Optocoupler IC for Secure Control and Noise Reduction in Magnetic Induction Tomography Receiver Circuit
15D1-PM1-BStudy of the Guided Mode Confinement Width of the Gap Surface Plasmon Polariton Waveguide
16D1-PM1-BSurface Plasmon in Slab Waveguide: A Verification Test-Bed
17D3-AM1-CHigh speed low noise InAs electron avalanche photodiodes for telecommunication and infrared sensing applications
18D2-AM2-CImpact of Four Wave Mixing on OSNR of Multiwavelength Brillouin-Erbium Fiber Laser
19D1-PM1-CPerformance of a 16×2.5 Gbps WDM System Transmitting over FSO Medium
20D1-PM1-BNumerical Modeling and Analysis of CdS/Cd(1-x) Zn(x ) Te Solar Cells as a Function of CdZnTe Doping, Lifetime and Thickness
21D3-AM1-BFrequency modulation optimization of nonlinear optical Z-scan by high repetition rate femtosecond laser
22D1-PM1-CExperimental Demonstration of a Downlink Remote Optical Local Oscillator for Radio over Fiber System
23D1-AM2-CCentralized Monitoring and Fault localization for Passive Optical Network
24D2-AM1-CWeight Optimization of Variable Weight OCDMA for Triple-Play Services for Triple-Play Services
25D1-AM2-ADirect Optimization of Y-Branch Silicon Nitride Optical Waveguide for Evanescent Field Biosensor
26D1-AM2-ARaman Mapping Studies of Human Ectocervical Tissue
27D2-AM1-APerformance Comparison of OCDMA Codes for Quasi-distributed Fiber Vibration Sensing
28D2-AM1-ASensing Range Assessment of Optical Fibre Physiological Bending Sensor
29D2-AM1-AFabrication and Evaluation of Surface Plasmon Resonance Optical Sensor for Heavy Metal Ions Detection
30D3-AM2-CMitigation of FWM Crosstalk in WDM System Using Polarization Interleaving Technique
31D2-AM1-CNew Dynamic Technique for SAC-OCDMA System
32D3-AM2-CSelf-homodyne coherent OFDM packet transmission without carrier frequency or common phase error estimation
33D1-PM1-BTemperature tuning of band edge resonant modes in one-dimensional photonic crystals
34D1-PM1-BA dynamic optically reconfigurable gate array using a blue laser
35D3-AM2-CInvestigation of Performance of 3LCDM over high speed optical fiber
36D2-AM1-ARaman Spectroscopic Characterization of Blood Plasma of Oral Cancer
37D3-AM1-BMultiwavelength Brillouin-Raman Fiber Laser Utlizing Linear and Ring Cavity Stracures: A Comparative Study
38D1-PM1-BInjection Locked VCSEL Based Oscillator (ILVBO)
39D1-PM1-BFar-field radiation pattern of the vertical light-emitting diodes with SiO2 nano-extractor
40D2-AM1-AApplication of Infrared Sensor for Shape Detection
41D2-AM2-AEnhancement of Fiber-SPR Sensor utilizing Graphene Oxide
42D3-AM1-BInvestigation of Continuously Adjustable Extinction Ratio in a Multiwavelength SOA Fiber Laser based on Intensity Dependent Transmission Effect
43D3-AM1-BMultiwavelength Brillouin-Raman Fiber Laser Utilizing Enhanced Nonlinear Raman Amplified Loop Mirror Design
44D1-PM1-BOptical Emission Spectroscopy Study on Deposition Process of Silicon Carbide Thin Films
45D3-AM1-BImpact of Passive EDF Length on the Performance of Linear Cavity BEFL
46D2-AM2-ACombination of Walsh and Golay codes in modulating the pump light of phase-shift pulse BOTDA sensor
47D2-AM2-ASimultaneous Vibration and Humidity Measurement Using a Hybrid WDM/OCDMA Sensor Network
48D2-AM1-CEncoder-Decoder Design for SAC-OCDMA using Flexible Cross Correlation (FCC) Code Algorithms
49D1-PM1-COutage analysis of Relay-Assisted Free Space Optical Communication Systems
50D2-AM1-CBeat Noise Mitigation through Spatial Multiplexing in Spectral Amplitude Coding OCDMA Networks
51D3-AM1-CImpact of Reflections and ISI on the Throughput of TCP over VLC Networks with ARQ-SR Protocol
52D1-PM1-CBER Analysis of All-Optical AF Dual-Hop FSO Systems over Gamma-Gamma Channels
53D1-PM1-BCoupling Loss Analysis in Fiber Tip Lens and Micro Fabry Perot Multiplexer and Demultiplexer Connection
54D3-AM1-CAll-Optical Noise Cleaning Based on Co-Propagating Lossless Polarization Attraction
55D1-PM1-BPolymer Optical Fiber Fabrication Using Chemical Etching and Lapping Technique
56D3-AM1-BEffect of EDF position on the performance of Hybrid Dispersion-Compensating Raman/EDF Amplifier
57D3-AM1-BCascading Raman Lasers for Reducing their Threshold
58D2-AM1-BComparative Study of Natural Anthocyanins Compound as Photovoltaic Sensitizer
59D3-AM1-CBER Evaluation for 3x3 Reconfigurable Multi-Wavelength Bidirectional Optical Cross-Connect
60D2-AM1-BEvanescent Field Maximization of Linear Silicon Nitride Channel Waveguide
61D2-AM1-CSelective Mode Excitation in SCM-OCDMA
62D2-AM2-AFiber Bragg Grating Strain Sensor Validation in Metallic Structures
63D3-AM1-CMulti Slot Amplitude Coding Performance Improvement with Level Spacing Optimization
64D3-AM1-CFrequency Domain Chromatic Dispersion Equalization by Fast Block Normalized Least Mean Square for 64-QAM Optical Coherent Receiver
65D2-AM2-CSpectrum-Controlled LED System for Light Quality Testing
66D2-AM2-CSuperresolution imaging in synthetic aperture digital holographic microscopy
67D3-AM1-BFlexible pulse-width tunable 1.06mm pulsed laser source utilizing a FPGA based waveform generator
68D2-AM2-AOptical properties of GeO2 doped silica preform from absorption and vibrational spectroscopy
69D2-AM1-CPerformance Evaluation of 2-D Hybrid Code vs 2-D M-Matrices Code in SAC-OCDMA Systems
70D2-AM1-BEffects of High Neutron Fluence on The Electrical Characteristics of InAs Quantum Dot Structures
71D2-AM1-B12-channel Tapered SOI-based AWG for CWDM System
72D3-AM1-BInvestigation on Bandwidth of Tunable Bandpass Filter in Linear Multiwavelength BEFL
73D3-AM1-CInnoval Zero Cross Correlation for Spectral Power Density Efficiency
74D3-AM2-BGeneration of Transform-Limited Picosecond Pulses at 1.0µm from a Gain Switched Semiconductor Laser Diode
75D2-AM1-BVoltage-Controlled All-Polymer Reconfigurable Optical Power Splitter
76D1-PM1-CVisible Light Communications Localization using TDOA-Based Coherent Heterodyne Detection
77D1-AM2-CStacked TDM-PON with Colorless ONU for NG-PON
78D3-AM2-BHigh-Speed Distributed-Feedback Lasers with Nanoscale Surface Gratings
79D3-AM1-CPerformance Evaluation of 8 Channel CWDM System with Cascaded SOAs
80D3-AM2-BTapered double-clad optical fibers application for high power lasers and amplifiers
81TomographyThe Development of Hardware for Optical Tomography System
82D1-PM1-COptimization of Remote Seeding Source and Gain in Minimizing Backreflections Effects on Colorless ONU in 10 Gbps Bidirectional WDM PON System
83D3-AM2-ASimulation of Nanoparticle Enhanced Diffraction Grating Biosensor using DDA
84D2-AM1-BAluminum Doped Silica Preform Fabrication using MCVD and Solution Doping Technique: Effects of Aluminum Solution Concentration
85D2-AM1-BReflectance Response of Optical Fiber Sensor Coated with Graphene Oxide towards Ethanol
86D3-AM2-ATapered Multimode Fiber Sensor for Ethanol Sensing Application
87D3-AM2-APerformance of TEOS/Octyl- Triethoxylane/Triton x-100 on Tris(4,7'- diphenyl-1,10'-phenanthroline) Ruthenium (II) Sol-gel for fluorescence-based optical sensor
88D3-AM1-CSecure Communication with Practical Two Way Quantum Key Distribution Protocol and Weak+Vacuum Decoy State
89D2-AM2-BEffect of GeCl4/SiCl4 Flow Ratio on Germanium Incorporation in MCVD Process
90D3-AM2-BDesign and Performance of an S-band Thulium doped Modified Silica Fiber Amplifier
91DosimeterThermoluminescence Response of Ge-doped Optical Fiber Dosimeters with Different Core Sizes
92D2-AM2-BMesoscopic particles with resonant and anti-resonant optical properties in microfluidics
93D2-AM2-BApparent Uniform of Light Emission From Multiple Spot Sources
94D2-AM2-BEffect of Gold nanoparicles with laser in MDCK cell lines
95D1-PM1-CTransimpedance Amplifier with Automatic Bandwidth Compensation Technique for Large Window Optical Front-End Receiver
96D3-AM2-BHalf-Opened Cavity Random Distributed Feedback Laser with FBG Wavelength Variation
97D3-AM2-ACharacterisation of a Polymeric Electro-optic Phase Modulator for Sensing Applications
98D3-AM2-APerformance evaluation of optical fiber sensor using different oxygen sensitive nano-materials

For more information, click here: http://www.icp2013.net