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Tutorials Latin American Optics and Photonics Conference @ INICTEL

America/Lima
INICTEL-UNI

INICTEL-UNI

Av San Luis 1771, San Borja 15021
    • 9:00 13:00
      Biophotonics 4h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: COMP7

      We will cover several aspects of the biophotonics world, starting from basics and going to recent advances in selected topics, including bioimaging, laser applications, vibrational spectroscopy, nanobiophotonics, plasmonic based biophotonics and novel sources for biophotonics. Applications in treatment, such as PDT, or diagnostics by imaging will be given.

      Ponente: Dr Anderson Gomes (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)
    • 9:00 13:00
      Deep Learning Applied to Biomedical Imaging 4h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: COMP7

      Deep learning in recent years has become the state-of-the-art for solving image analysis problems, such as segmentation and classification. This short-course introduces some machine learning concepts and their application to biomedical image analysis. It goes from Linear Regression to Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) through some programming examples, using Jupyter Notebooks, Python and Keras.

      Ponente: Dr Leticia Rittner ( University of Campinas, Brazil)
    • 9:00 13:00
      Introduction to Beam Optics 4h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Sala: AULA 6

      In this course we will review the mathematical and physical aspects of optical beam. We will start with plane waves and discuss most of the known electromagnetic wavefields that are used to describe optical beams

      Ponente: Dr Sabino Chavez Cerda (Inst. Nac. Astrofisica, Optica y Electronica, INAOE, Mexico)
    • 9:00 10:00
      New Frontiers in Terahertz Technology 1h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: Auditorio CECOI

      Although unique potentials of terahertz waves for chemical identification, material characterization, biological sensing, and medical imaging have been recognized for quite a while, the relatively poor performance, higher costs, and bulky nature of current terahertz systems continue to impede their deployment in field settings. In this talk, I will describe some of our recent results on developing fundamentally new terahertz electronic/optoelectronic components and imaging/spectrometry architectures to mitigate performance limitations of existing terahertz systems. In specific, I will introduce new designs of high-performance photoconductive terahertz sources that utilize plasmonic antennas to offer terahertz radiation at record-high power levels of several milliwatts – demonstrating more than three orders of magnitude increase compared to the state of the art. I will describe that the unique capabilities of these plasmonic antennas can be further extended to develop terahertz detectors and heterodyne spectrometers with single-photon detection sensitivities over a broad terahertz bandwidth at room temperatures, which has not been possible through existing technologies. To achieve this significant performance improvement, plasmonic antennas and device architectures are optimized for operation at telecommunication wavelengths, where very high power, narrow linewidth, wavelength tunable, compact and cost-effective optical sources are commercially available. Therefore, our results pave the way to compact and low-cost terahertz sources, detectors, and spectrometers that could offer numerous opportunities for e.g., medical imaging and diagnostics, atmospheric sensing, pharmaceutical quality control, and security screening systems. And finally, I will briefly highlight our research activities on development of new types of high-performance terahertz passive components (e.g., modulators, tunable filters, and beam deflectors) based on novel reconfigurable meta-films.

      Ponente: Dr Mona Jarrahi (University of California Los Angeles, USA)
    • 9:00 13:00
      Optical Trapping and Optical Manipulation 4h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: COMP1

      This course will review the theoretical underpinnings of optical trapping and optical manipulation; a review of recent applications; and  provide a hands-on tutorial on the use of computational methods to simulate optical trapping and the motion of optically trapped particles.

      Ponente: Dr Giovanni Volpe (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
    • 10:00 13:00
      Fiber Optical Communication 3h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Sala: SALA A

      Program:
      Fundamentals of optical fiber transmission - Lidia

      Background / history of optical communications (origins of guiding of light, the first Atlantic Cable Project, Charles Kao, first optical link..
      How the internet is formed (From Trans-Pacific to fibre to the home)
      World’s fibre-optic growth
      Optical communication system (transceiver subsystem, optical amplifiers, optical fibre)
      Fundamentals of optical fiber networks – Darli
      The exponential increase in traffic and its impacts on the network architecture
      Network elements: WSSs and ROADMs
      Superchannels and the flexible grid
      Fundamentals of space division multiplexing
      Future applications: Quantum Key Distribution – Tobias

      What is encryption, threat of the quantum computer, why do we need QKD?
      Single photon encoding
      BB84 protocol
      Recent commercial systems

      Ponentes: Dr Darli Mello (University of Campinas, Brazil), Dr Lidia Galdino (University College London, UK ), Dr Tobias Eriksson (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan)
      • optical Communications 2h
        Ponente: Dr Darli Mello (University of Campinas, Brazil)
    • 10:00 11:00
      Technology transfer, entrepreneurship, and innovation 1h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Sala: Auditorio CECOI

      Ponente: Dr Newton Frateschi (IFGW / INOVA - UNICAMP, Brazil)
    • 11:00 12:00
      Deep Learning in Optical Microscopy and Image Reconstruction 1h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: Auditorio CECOI

      We will discuss recently emerging applications of the state-of-art deep learning methods on optical microscopy and microscopic image reconstruction, which enable new transformations among different modalities of microscopic imaging, driven entirely by image data. We believe that deep learning will fundamentally change both the hardware and image reconstruction methods used in optical microscopy in a holistic manner.

      Ponente: Dr Aydogan Ozcan (University of California Los Angeles, USA)
    • 13:00 14:00
      Luch on your own 1h
    • 14:00 18:00
      Key Design Criteria for Optical Access Networks 4h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: COMP 7

      We will review passive and active optical elements, which conform a typical optical access network. Based on their specifications, plus some expressions and performance criteria, we will do a real design and simulate its performance.

      Ponente: Dr Ana Cárdenas (Universidad de Antioquía, Colombia)
    • 14:00 18:00
      Reservoir Computing: An Elegant Neural Network and its Implementation in Photonics 4h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Sala: COMP 1

      Reservoir computing is a successful, elegant recurrent neural network and is expertly suited for an implementation in complex photonic systems. In a matlab hands-on course I will introduce the scheme and a photonic reservoir computer.

      Ponente: Dr Daniel Brunner (Université de Franche-Comté, France)
    • 15:00 17:00
      Diode Pumped Solid State Laser and special resonators with high power and beam quality 2h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Sala: COMP8

      The lecture will focus on laser architectures and laser resonators for DPSSLs lasers. The first part of the lecture will be about different diode laser architectures, their characteristics and ways to scaling diode-pumped solid-state lasers to high powers whilst retaining some attractive features such as good beam quality and high laser efficiency. In the second part we will focus on special laser resonators that combine the advantages of longitudinal and transversal pumping techniques to achieve laser efficiencies beyond 70 %.

      Ponente: Dr Niklaus Wetter ( Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares/SP, Brazil )
    • 15:00 16:00
      Optical Tweezers 1h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: Auditorio CECOI

      Ponente: Dr David McGloin (University of Sydney, Australia )
    • 16:00 18:00
      Converged mm-wave photonic links for high-speed wireless access and 5G mobile networks 2h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: SALA A

      This tutorial introduces analog radio-over-fiber converged mm-wave photonic links, discussing signal generation and distribution strategies, optical beamforming and system implementation options and examples for high-speed wireless access and high-capacity fronthaul for 5G.

      Ponente: Dr Simon Rommel (Eidenhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)
    • 16:00 17:00
      Extreme Photonics: Generation and applications of extreme ultraviolet lasers 1h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Sala: Auditorio CECOI

      This tutorial will review the advances in the field of table top soft x-ray lasers and describe their applications to nanoscale imaging, spectrometry and patterning.

      Ponente: Dr Carmen Menoni ( Colorado State University, USA)
    • 16:00 18:00
      Microwave Photonics II 2h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: AULA 6

      The first hour will be focused on a detailed description of the main photonics techniques to generate microwaves. In the second hour a thorough presentation on radio-over-fibre technologies will be given.

      Ponente: Dr Stavros Iezekiel (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)
    • 17:00 18:00
      Design and Optimization of Photonic Devices by Finite Elements 1h National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      National University of Engineering - National Institute for Research and Training in Telecommunications

      Av. San Luis 1771, San Borja

      Sala: Auditorio CECOI

      Numerically simulated results for key optical waveguides, such as photonic crysal fibres and slot waveguides and emerging photonic devices and optical sensors by using the computationally efficient and full-vectorial finite element-based approaches will be presented.

      Ponente: Dr Aziz Rahman, ( City University of London, UK)
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