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OSA Frontiers in Optics - Laser Science 2014

Date So, 19.10.2014 - Do, 23.10.2014
Time All day
Location Tucson, AZ, USA
Program The following are tentative themes to be discussed at the Frontiers in Optics (FiO) /Laser Science (LS) 2014 conference in Tucson, AZ, USA, 19-23 October 2014.

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.
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