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Frontiers in Optics 2013 - Laser Science XXIX - OSA's 97th Annual Meeting

Date So, 06.10.2013 - Do, 10.10.2013
Time All day
Location Hilton Bonnet Creek • Orlando, Florida, USA
Program OSA’s Annual Meeting, Frontiers in Optics 2013, is being held in Orlando, FL, USA. As we count down to OSA’s 100th Anniversary, Frontiers in Optics is celebrating along the way with a 3-year road trip that visits four major Optics and Photonics hubs – Orlando, Tucson, San Jose and finally, Rochester! Collocated with the American Physical Society Division of Laser Science’s Annual Meeting, Laser Science XXIX, FiO/LS features more than 740 presentations – covering the latest advances in all areas of optics and photonics – from adaptive optics and optical sensing to silicon photonics and quantum information science.

The engaging FiO Exhibit, held 8-9 October, showcases the latest product innovations and hosts more than 60 participating companies and industry leaders. Don’t forget to build valuable time into your schedule to visit this year’s exhibitors. The following are tentative themes to be discussed at the Frontiers in Optics (FiO) 2013/Laser Science (LS) XXIX conference in Orlando, FL, USA, 6-10 October 2013.

FiO 1: Optical Design, Fabrication and Instrumentation
FiO 2: Optical Sciences
FiO 3: Optics in Biology and Medicine
FiO 4: Optics in Information Processing
FiO 5: Fiber Optics and Optical Communication
FiO 6: Integrated Photonics
FiO 7: Quantum Electronics
FiO 8: Vision and Color
Laser Science Topics

These meetings focus on timely topics in optical science and engineering and provide a place for members to exchange ideas and to expand their network of colleagues in both academia and industry.

FiO 2013—the 97th OSA Annual Meeting—and LS XXIX unite the OSA and American Physical Society (APS) communities for five days of quality, cutting-edge presentations, fascinating invited speakers and a variety of special events. The FiO exhibit hosts more than 80 participating companies and industry leaders.
Laser Science XXIX

The LS XXIX meeting serves as the 29th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) of its Division of Laser Science (DLS) and provides an important forum for presenting the latest work on laser applications and development, spanning a broad range of topics in physics, biology and chemistry.

In collaboration with colleagues at OSA, DLS will provide thorough coverage of mutually interesting topics in a number of joint sessions. Session schedules are coordinated to encourage your intellectual wanderings among DLS, OSA and joint sessions. Be prepared to engage in outstanding technical programs, exciting special symposia and networking events scheduled for this year's annual meeting.
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