Call for Abstract

2nd International Conference on Optics and Photonics, will be organized around the theme “”

OPTICSPHOTONICS-2021 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in OPTICSPHOTONICS-2021

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Ruby lasers
  • Track 1-2Chemical lasers
  • Track 1-3Dye lasers
  • Track 1-4Gas lasers
  • Track 1-5Metal vapor laser
  • Track 1-6Spectroscopy
  • Track 2-1Ultra-fast transient absorption
  • Track 2-2Time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy and two-photon photoelectron spectroscopy
  • Track 2-3Multidimensional spectroscopy
  • Track 2-4Ultrafast imaging
  • Track 2-5Femtosecond up-conversion
  • Track 3-1Photons
  • Track 3-2Carbon nano particles
  • Track 3-3Tissue integrity
  • Track 3-4Nano crystals
  • Track 3-5Semiconductors
  • Track 4-1Optical lasers
  • Track 4-2Photonic microcircuits
  • Track 4-3Electrical integrated circuits
  • Track 4-4Metrology
  • Track 4-5Optical lasers
  • Track 5-1Optical tools
  • Track 5-2Physical quantities
  • Track 5-3Acceleration
  • Track 5-4Intrinsic sensors
  • Track 5-5Electromagnetic interference
  • Track 6-1Optiwave
  • Track 6-2OptiBPM
  • Track 6-3OptiFDTD
  • Track 6-4FIMMWAVE
  • Track 6-5VPIphotonics
  • Track 7-1Applicable optical systems
  • Track 7-2Renewable energy
  • Track 7-3Greenhouse gases
  • Track 7-4Solar cells
  • Track 7-5Photovoltaic devices
  • Track 8-1Terahertz radiations
  • Track 8-2Electromagnetic radiations
  • Track 8-3Frequency
  • Track 8-4Wave length
  • Track 8-5Infrared radiation
  • Track 9-1Semiconductor light emitting diodes
  • Track 9-2Polymer light emitting diodes
  • Track 9-3Organic light emitting diodes
  • Track 9-4Traffic lights
  • Track 9-5Parking lights
  • Track 10-1Quantum theory
  • Track 10-2Quantum physics
  • Track 10-3Secure communications
  • Track 10-4Quantum simulation
  • Track 10-5Machine learning
  • Track 11-1Optical interchanging systems
  • Track 11-2Thick wavelength division multiplexing
  • Track 11-3Optical intensifiers
  • Track 11-4Cloud computing
  • Track 11-5Wireless communications
  • Track 12-1Magnetic resonance imaging
  • Track 12-2High intensity electromagnetic radiations
  • Track 12-3Blood loss
  • Track 12-4CT scan
  • Track 12-5Eye problems
  • Track 13-1High intensity beams
  • Track 13-2Optical engineering
  • Track 13-3Biomedical research
  • Track 13-4Galvanometers
  • Track 13-5Beam splitters
  • Track 14-1Non-linearity
  • Track 14-2Polarization density
  • Track 14-3Electrical fields
  • Track 14-4Lasers
  • Track 14-5Schwinger limit
  • Track 15-1Telecommunications
  • Track 15-2Optical fibers
  • Track 15-3Data networking
  • Track 15-4Loss in Transmission
  • Track 15-5Broadband distribution
  • Track 16-1Optical Links
  • Track 16-2Mother board
  • Track 16-3Personal Computers
  • Track 16-4Transmission capacity
  • Track 16-5Waveguide
  • Track 17-1Electrical signals
  • Track 17-2Optical cavity
  • Track 17-3Optical telecommunications
  • Track 17-4Optical fiber cables
  • Track 17-5Raman Scattering
  • Track 17-6Parametric amplification
  • Track 18-1Photon emissions
  • Track 18-2Quantum mechanics
  • Track 18-3Laser systems
  • Track 18-4Fiber optic communications
  • Track 18-5Medical diagnosis
  • Track 19-1Optronics mast
  • Track 19-2Periscope tubes
  • Track 19-3Submarine
  • Track 19-4Telescoping car
  • Track 19-5High definition low light
  • Track 20-1Light detection
  • Track 20-2Metrology
  • Track 20-3Green photonics
  • Track 20-4Robotic technology
  • Track 20-5Spectroscopy