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AIPT seminars

The Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies runs a series of internal and external seminars. The seminars cover a range of topics, from experimental and theoretical problems of photonics to industrial applications. People from outside the University are welcome to attend the seminar series.   

Upcoming seminars and events 2018                    

Dr.Pavel Cheben, National Research Council of Canada
Title: Metamaterial integrated photonics
Time: 2.30pm, 21 September 2018
Venue: NW708

Prof. Steve Furber, School of Computer Science,The University of Manchester
Title: The SpiNNaker Project
Time: 11am, 4 October 2018
Venue: NW708

Dr Miguel Navarro-Cía,University of Birmingham
Title:  THz spectroscopy and imaging for technology development
Time: 11am, 18 October 2018
Venue: NW708

Recent seminars and events 2018                                       

Prof. Geert Van Steenberge, Ghent University
Title: Printed photonics 

Prof. Dr. Martin M. Roth, Leibniz Institut für Astrophysik
Title:The “Golden Era” of Astrophysics and the case for Astrophotonics 

Prof. Alexander Rubenchik, the  Lawrence Livermore National laboratory 
Title: Scaling laws for the additive manufacturing 

Prof. Jacob Scheuer, Tel-Aviv University
Title: High-Q cavities and Lasers using Soft Nano Imprinting Lithography

Prof. Alexander M. Rubenchik, Lawrence Livermore National laboratory, USA
Title: Physics of additive manufacturing. Promises and problems 

Prof. Mauro Fernandes Pereira, Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences
Title: GHz-THz-MIR Sources and Nonlinearities 

Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri, Senior Scientific Officer, Institute for Medical Science and Technology, University of Dundee. Professor of Surgery and Medical Technology, Scuola,Superior Sant’Anna, Pisa Italy
Title: Future of engineered bio-part replacement surgery: potential benefits and risks 

Dr Nikos Pleros,Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Title: Photonics for Disaggregated DataCenter and Computercom Architectures 

Professor Andreas Moeglich, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Title: Structure, Function & Optogenetics of Phytochrome Photoreceptors    

Prof Aneta Stefanovska, Lancaster University
Title: Systems with  time-varying frequencies 

Prof Peter Bienstman, Ghent University/imec, Dept. of Information Technology, Belgium
Title: Photonic reservoir computing: a brain-inspired new paradigm for photonic information processing 

Seminar Archive

Seminar Archive