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About conference

2nd International Conference on Optics & Photonics during May 27-28, 2022 at Madrid, Spain with the subject of “Explore the Possibilities with Exceeding Vision & Ideas”. This is designed to provide a platform for discussion and networking as well as to share new ideas, advancements and research related to the application of lasers, optics, and photonics technologies in various fields and industries and its related topics.

The Optics-2022 conference will endeavor to create a platform for collaborations and meetings where all scientists, academics, laboratory experts, industrialists and young researchers will come together in one place to share and acquire knowledge through tables rounds, technical scientific sessions, workshops and poster presentations.

Optics and photonics is a vast subject which has its unique properties through which it has its own role in different fields such as medical surgeries, medical treatments, a wide variety of industrial applications, laser ablation and communication, the field of networks, advances in photonics and much more.

Make an amazing participation worldwide focused on learning about optics and photonics and related advances, which is your best chance to achieve the largest gathering of laser, optics and photonics members. Photonics, demonstrations, flow data, meet streams and potential experts, sprinkle other exploration work and get your name recognition during this 2 day opportunity.

Why to attend?

 The Optics & Photonics conference provides a platform to globalize research by connecting a dialogue between industries and academic organizations and the transfer of knowledge from research to industry. The International Optics and Photonics Conference and Exhibition aims to proclaim knowledge and share new ideas among professionals, industrialists and students in the research fields of optics, photonics and all related disciplines to share their research experiences and engage in interactive discussions and special sessions at the Optics and Photonics 2022 Conferences.

Session/Tracks

Track 1: Optics systems

An optical system is made up of a succession of elements, which may include lenses, mirrors, light sources, detectors, projection screens, reflecting prisms, diffusers, devices, filters and thin films and fiber optic bundles. The optical system of the human eye consists of three main parts, namely the cornea, the lens and the iris. The iris controls the amount of light entering the retina by regulating the pupil diameter. Therefore, the pupil of the eye acts as the aperture of the system.

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Track 2: Photonics Systems

Photonics is the physical science of light waves. It discusses the science behind the generation, detection and manipulation of light. Photonic devices are components for creating, manipulating, or sensing light. This can include laser diodes, light emitting diodes, solar and photovoltaic cells, displays and optical amplifiers.

Track 3: Photonics

Photonics consists of advanced uses of lasers, optics, fiber optics and electro-optical devices in frequent and varied fields of technology - alternative energy, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, environmental monitoring, homeland security, aerospace, solid state lighting and many more. Rapid advances in the number and complexity of photonic and photonic technologies have caused technicians to overload the supply. The number of engineering college degrees is declining, resulting in fierce competition for the relatively small pool of qualified optical technicians and engineers.

Track 4: Advanced in Photonics

The word photonics developed as an outgrowth of the first practical solid-state light emitters invented in the early 1960s and fiber optics developed in the 1970s. It also relates to the emerging science of quantum information. Photonic science includes the emission, generation, modulation, transmission signal processing, amplification, switching, and detection of light. However, covering all technical applications of light across the spectrum, most photonics applications are in the near-infrared and visible light range.

Track 5: Optical physics

Optical physics is a study of the atom and molecules. It is the study of electromagnetic radiation, the interaction and properties of this radiation with matter, in particular its manipulation and control. It differs from general optics and optical engineering, but among optical physics, applied optics and optical engineering, applications of applied optics and optical engineering devices are necessary for basic research in optical physics, and this research leads to the development of new devices and applications.

Track 6: Latest Technology

Photonics plays an important role in driving innovation in a growing number of fields. Photonics is basically the science that involves the generation of a photon (light), its detection, as well as its manipulation through transmission, emission, signal processing, modulation, switching, amplification and detection. . The application of photonics spans multiple industries, from optical data communications to imaging, lighting and displays, manufacturing, life sciences, healthcare, security and to safety.

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Track 7: Optical Communications and Networking

Optical communications networks play a vital role, as there is a high demand for capacity links. DWDM, which stands for Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing, is widely deployed on core networks to provide high-capacity transport systems. Optical components such as tunable filters, termination devices, optical amplifiers, transceivers and add-drop multiplexers are becoming more reliable and affordable. Access networks and metro networks are increasingly being built with optical technologies to overcome electronic blocking at network edges.

Track 8: Laser Systems

Laser stands for Stimulated Emission Light Amplification. We all know that light is an electromagnetic wave. Each wave has its own luminosity and color, and vibrates at an angle called polarization. This theory also applies to lasers, but it is more parallel than any other light source. Each part of the beam has almost exactly the same direction, so the beam divergence is small. With a good laser, objects up to 1km away can be illuminated with a spot of light with a radius of about 60mm. Because it's so parallel, it can be focused to a very small diameter, where the concentration of light energy becomes so high that you can pierce, cut, or twist it with a beam of light.

Track 9: Technologies in Optics and Photonics

Optical or optical technology refers to anything related to light or vision, whether visible light or infrared light, that performs a specific function. For example, fiber optics, like the one pictured to the right, is a type of wire usually made of glass or plastic that carries light signals. Photonics is the science and technology of generating, controlling and detecting photons, which are particles of light. Photonics underpins the technologies of everyday life, from smartphones and laptops to the internet, medical instruments and lighting technology.

Track 10: Nano-photonics

Nano photonics is the study of the behavior of light at the Nano scale and the interaction of Nano scale objects with light. It is a branch of optics, electrical engineering and nanotechnology. These are often metallic components, which can transport and focus light by means of surface Plasmon polarities. Bio photonics can also be described as "the advancement and application of optical techniques, particularly imaging, to the study of biological molecules, tissues and cells".

Track 11: Quantum Science and Technology

A quantum sensor is a device that exploits quantum correlations, such as quantum entanglement, to achieve better sensitivity or resolution than using classical systems alone. Quantum sensors can measure the effects of quantum states of AC systems on their own. The simple act of measurement affects the quantum state and changes the probability and uncertainty associated with its state during the measurement. Quantum sensor is a term used in other contexts where entangled quantum systems are bullied to make more sensitive magnetometers or atomic clocks.

Track 12: Optical imaging & Sensing

Optical imaging uses light and the special properties of photons to obtain detailed images of organs, tissues, cells and even molecules. The techniques offer minimal or non-invasive methods of looking inside the body. Optical sensing is a broad class of devices for sensing light intensity. It can be just a simple component to notify when ambient light levels rise above or fall below a prescribed level, or a highly sensitive device to detect single photons. Most optical sensors produce an electrical output.

Track 13: Optics in Astronomy & Astrophysics

Astrophysical optics is the branch of optics and photonics that uses light control components to image celestial bodies. Astronomical optics combines precision-machined lenses and mirrors to reduce image distortion, and a high-sensitivity sensor to detect low levels of light. Astrophysics is the branch of space science that applies the laws of physics and chemistry to understand the universe and our place in it. Astronomy measures the position, luminosity, motion, and other properties of celestial bodies. Astrophysics creates physical theories about small and medium-scale objects and structures in the universe.

Track 14: Fiber Optic Lasers:

Fiber optics The use of thin, flexible fibers of glass or plastic as waveguides – or “light pipes” – to channel light from one place to another. Optical fiber is based on the principle of total internal reflection (TIR). Light enters the fiber at a particular fiber laser in which the laser medium is an optical fiber doped with low levels of rare earth halides to make it capable of amplifying light. The output is adjustable over a wide range and can be broadband. Laser diodes can be used for pumping.

Track 15: Fiber Optic Sensor System

Fiber optic sensors (also known as fiber optic sensors) are fiber-based optical sensors that are subject to a certain amount, usually temperature or mechanical stress, but displacement, vibration, pressure, acceleration, rotation (optical gyroscope based on the Signac effect). Measured with), or the concentration of the chemical species. The general principle of single frequency fiber lasers from super luminescent sources is that they are transmitted over fiber optics and the parameters are subtly changed in one of the fibers of multiple fiber Bragg gratings and these changes are measured. Achieves detector placement.

Track 16: Nano and Quantum Sciences:

Quantum Nano science is the area of ​​fundamental research at the intersection of Nano scale science and quantum science that creates the understanding that enables the development of nanotechnology. He uses quantum mechanics to explore and use coherent quantum effects in artificial nanostructures. This could eventually lead to the design of new types of Nano scale devices and materials, where the functionality and structure of quantum Nano devices are described through quantum phenomena such as superposition and entanglement. With the growing work towards realizing quantum computing, quantum has taken on a new meaning that describes effects at this scale. The actual quantum refers to the quantum mechanical phenomena of superposition, entanglement and quantum coherence that are designed in place of natural phenomena.

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Target Audience

Target Audience

  • Scientists
  • Directors
  • Head of department
  • Professors
  • Doctors
  • Surgeons
  • Industrialists
  • Business delegates,
  • Clinicians,
  • Community Members
  • Students from Academia in the research of Optics and photonics. 
  • optical in training and other healthcare professionals
  • lasers industries & companies
  • optical care institution

Market Analysis

The analyst is monitoring the Optical Biometrics Devices Market and it is poised to grow by $102.76 MN during the period 2021-2025, growing at a CAGR of 6.70% during the period of forecast. Our Optical Biometrics Devices Market report provides holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, and vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors.

The report offers up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and overall market environment. The market is driven by increasing prevalence of cataracts among the geriatric population and increased efficiency of optical biometrics over A-sound scans. In addition, increasing prevalence of cataracts among the geriatric population is expected to also drive the growth of the market.

The Optical Biometrics Devices market analysis includes the product and end-user segments and the geographical landscape.

 

 

 

The global photonics market size was USD 750.2 billion in 2022. The market is expected to grow from USD 802.5 billion in 2022 to USD 1,267.3 billion by 2028 at a cagr of 6.7% in during the period 2021-2028. The global impact of covid-19 has been unprecedented and staggering, with a positive impact on demand across all regions amid the pandemic. Based on our analysis, the global market showed higher growth of 14.37% in 2022 compared to the average year-on-year growth during 2022-2025. The rise in the cagr is attributable to the demand and growth of this market, returning to pre-pandemic levels once the pandemic is over. The global market will be driven by the increasing use of photonic devices in healthcare, information and communication, and industrial production sectors throughout the projected period.

 

Light-based technological breakthroughs have sparked a new wave of innovation by providing long-term answers to global concerns, which have been seen as important growth drivers for the global market. These goods are becoming increasingly popular and their use has greatly expanded due to the long-term benefits they provide. Additionally, innovations, such as lidar and additive manufacturing are on the rise, will drive the growth of the photonics market. For decades, lidar technology has been used to study the distribution of gases and contaminants in the atmosphere. In recent years, it has become an essential technology for autonomous driving.

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