FIP Annual Symposia

 "Frontiers in Photonics Science and Technology"

The Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics has a symposium each year entitled "Frontiers in Photonics: Science and Technology."  The annual symposium includes keynotes, plenary and invited lecturers, poster sessions, special topic sessions, lab tours and panel sessions.  To review the past programs and/or agendas please click on the date below.

2016

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Symposium Keynote: Professor W.E. Moerner, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (2014), Harry S. Mosher Professor of Chemistry and Professor by courtesy of Applied Physics, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University

Plenary: Professor Russell H. Taylor, John C. Malone Professor of Computer Science with joint appointments in Radiology, Mechanical Engineering and Surgery, Director of Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics, Director of Engineering Research Center for Computer-Intergrated Surgical Systems and Technology, The John Hopkins University

 

2015

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Symposium Keynote: Professor Theodor W. Hänsch, Nobel Laureate in Physics (2005), Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Carl Friedrich von Siemens Professor, Chair, Faculty of Physics,Ludwig-Maximilians, University of Munich, Germany
Forum Keynote: Professor John L. Hall, Nobel Laureate in Physics (2005), University of Colorado, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Plenary 1: Professor John M. Dudley, Chair, United Nations IYL2015 Steering Committee; President, European Physical Society; University of Franche-Comté, Besançon, France
Plenary 2: Professor Federico Capasso, Robert Wallace Professor of Applied Physics, Harvard University
Forum Special Lecture 1: Dr. Eugene Arthurs, CEO, SPIE, Bellingham, Washington
Forum Special Lecture 2: Professor Philip Russell, President, OSA and Director, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Erlangen, Germany

2013-2014
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Keynote:
Professor Roger Y. Tsien, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (2008), Department of Pharmacology, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego
Plenary 1: Professor Steven M. Block, Department of Biology and Department of Applied Physics, Stanford University, California
Plenary 2: Professor Daniel E. Morse, Wilcox Professor of Biotechnology, Biomolecular Science and Engineering, Founding Director of UCSB-MIT-Caltech Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies, University of California, Santa Barbara

2012-2013
Keynote: Professor William D. Phillips, Nobel Laureate in Physics (1997), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and University of Maryland
Plenary 1: Dr. Joseph Hupp, Morrison Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University
Plenary 2: Professor Peidong Yang, S.K. and Angela Chan Distinguished Chair in Energy, University of Berkeley

2011
Keynote: Dr. Martin Chalfie, William R. Kenan, Jr., Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (2008), Professor of Biological Sciences, Columbia University
Plenary: Dr. Dave J. Wineland, Nobel Laureate in Physics (2012), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Physics Laboratory

2010
Keynote: Dr. Ahmed H.  Zewail, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (1999), Linus Pauling Chair Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Physics, Director of the Center for Physical Biology, California Institute of Technology

2009
Plenary 1: Dr. James Harris, James and Ellenor Chesebrough Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Paul G. Allen Center for Integrated Systems, Stanford University
Plenary 2: Dr. Raoul Kopelman, Richard Smalley Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry, Physics and Applied Physics, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Professor of Biophysics, The University of Michigan

2008
Keynote: Dr. John L. Hall, Nobel Laureate in Physics (2005), Professor, University of Colorado at Boulder, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Plenary: Dr. Ian Walmsley, Hooke Professor of Experimental Physics, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

2007
Keynote: Dr. John Marburger, III, Science Advisor to the President of the United States of America
Plenary: Dr. Sir John Pendry, Chair, Theoretical Solid State Physics, Imperial College, London
Special Panel Session Opening Lecture: Dr. Peter Agre, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry (2003), Duke University

2006
Keynote 1: Dr. Charles H. Townes, Nobel Laureate in Physics (1964), University of California, Berkeley
Keynote 2: Dr. Watt W. Webb, Cornell University
Plenary: Dr. Michael S. Feld, Massachusetts Institute of Technology