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1、OTST 2009: International Workshop on Optical Terahertz Science and Technology
March 7, 2009 to March 11, 2009
Santa Barbara, CA, March 7-11, 2009.
The aim of this workshop is to foster discussion on the newest and most exciting research in the development and applications of terahertz instrumentation based on optical sources. In addition to the presentation of peer reviewed papers, we have added activities for students and newcomers, including a tutorial session immediately before the conference begins. Please see the paper submission page for information on abstract submission. The deadline for abstracts is November 3, 2008. We will emphasize sources and applications at wavelengths between 30 and 3000 microns (0.1-10 THz).
Contemporary scientific topics will be highlighted in areas such as:
# Terahertz pulse generation and detection
# Terahertz time-domain spectroscopy
# THz imaging and nondestructive evaluation
# THz near-field microscopy: developments and applications
# Nanotechnology impact on terahertz instrumentation
# Terahertz characterization of nanomaterials
# Time-resolved terahertz spectroscopy
# Probing ultrafast carrier dynamics and transport in materials
# Novel optical and material development: metamaterials and plasmonics
# Applications to molecular, biomolecular, and liquid phase spectroscopy
# Portal security applications
# Quantum cascade lasers
# Sources based on telecom pumps
# Emerging laser technology for use in optical THz sources and detectors
# LIDAR/DIAL systems
For more information, see the
OTST 2009 Website.

2、APS March Meeting
March 16, 2009 to March 20, 2009
March 16-20, 2009
Pittsburgh, PA
The APS March Meeting includes many THz talks and symposia with physics, materials, and biophysics applications. For more information, see the detailed conference website at:
http://www.aps.org/meetings/march/

3、PIERS 2009: Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium
March 23, 2009 to March 27, 2009
Beijing, CHINA, 23-27 March, 2009
PIERS provides an international forum for reporting progress and recent advances in all aspects of electromagnetics. Spectra range from statics to RF, microwave, photonics, and beyond. Topics include radiation, propagation, diffraction, scattering, guidance, resonance, power, energy and force issues, and all applications and modern developments. Potential session organizers are welcome to propose specific technical topics by filling out the PIERS survey at
http://piers.org/.
SUGGESTED TOPICS:
1 Electromagnetic theory
2 Computational electromagnetics, hybrid methods
3 Spectra, time, and frequency domain techniques
4 Fast iteration, large scale and parallel computation
5 Transmission lines and waveguide discontinuities
6 Resonators, filters, interconnects, packaging, MMIC
7 Antenna theory and radiation
8 Microstrip and printed antennas, phase array antennas
9 RF and wireless communication, multipath
10 Mobile antennas, conformal and smart skin antennas
11 Power electronics, superconducting devices
12 Systems and components, electromagnetic compatibility
13 Nano scale electromagnetics, MEMS
14 Magnetic levitation, transportation and collision avoidance
15 Precision airport landing systems, GPS
16 Radar sounding of atmosphere, ionospheric propagation
17 Microwave remote sensing and polarimetry, SAR
18 Subsurface imaging and detection technology, GPR
19 Active and passive remote sensing systems
20 Electromagnetic signal processing, wavelets, neural network
21 Rough surface scattering and volume scattering
22 Remote sensing of the earth, ocean, and atmosphere
23 Scattering, diffraction, and inverse scattering
24 Microwave and millimeter wave circuits and devices, CAD
25 Optics and photonics, gyrotrons, THz technology
26 Quantum well devices, microwave photonic systems, PBG
27 Medical electromagnetics, biological effects, MRI
28 Fiber optics, optical sensors, quantum computing
29 Biological media, composite and random media
30 Plasmas, nonlinear media, fractal, chiral media, LHM
31 Constitutive relations and bianisotropic media
32 Moving media, relativity, field quantization, and others
For more information, see the
PIERS 2009 Symposium web site.

4、MRS Srping Meeting 2009, including Materials Research for Terahertz Technology Development Symposium
April 13, 2009 to April 17, 2009
2009 MRS Spring Meeting
April 13 - 17
San Francisco, CA
Exhibit: April 14-16
Including
MRS Symposium K: Materials Research for Terahertz Technology Development
The Terahertz (THz) portion of the frequency spectrum (0.3-10 THz) has attracted interest for various potential applications such as urban warfare and hidden weapons discovery, checking personnel and packages for guns and explosives, chemical and biological detection, and even communi- cations. However, the spectral region has been underutilized because of the inadequacy of THz sources, detectors, and components that are, in turn, limited by materials. This symposium intends to focus on the latest advances in materials that will enable the development of the terahertz region of the spectrum. The symposium is open to electronic and optical THz-producing techniques. Materials work in growth (bulk, epi, and engineered), characterization (spectroscopy, loss, dielectric studies, etc.), and devices will be welcomed, but not limited to, semiconductors, polymers, biological, chemical, gas, engineered, and other materials.
Topics of interest include:
• Materials for THz sources and THz detectors
• Materials for THz components (i.e., modulators, lenses, mirrors, transmission lines, etc.)
• THz spectroscopy of materials (molecular, organic, and inorganic)
• Ultrafast chemistry and physics as it relates to THz
• Material properties at THz frequencies
• Negative-index and other novel materials
• Novel devices for THz applications
Invited speakers (tentative) include:
Don Arnone (TeraView Ltd., United Kingdom), Harvey Beere (Univ. of Cambridge, United Kingdom), Mikhail Belkin (Harvard Univ.), Thomas Crowe (VDI: Virginia Diodes, Inc.), Yujie Ding (Lehigh Univ.), Frank Hegmann (Univ. of Alberta, Canada), Alex Jen (Univ. of Washington), Michael Johnston (Oxford Univ., United Kingdom), Brian Kolner (Univ. of California-Davis), Jun Kono (Rice Univ.), Petr Kuzel (Inst. of Physics, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic), Richard Lai (Northrop Grumman Corp.), Krishna Mandal (EIC Laboratories, Inc.), Eric Mueller (Coherent-DEOS), Vincent Stenger (SRICO, Inc.), Konstantin Vodopyanov (Stanford Univ.), Xi-Cheng Zhang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.), and David Zimdars (Picometrix, Inc.).
Symposium Organizers
C. Edward Stutz
Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Rm. 253, 3005 Hobson Way, Wright-Patterson AFB,
OH 45433-7707
Tel 937-255-9889, Fax 937-255-4913,
charles.stutz@us.af.mil
David Ritchie
University of Cambridge, Cavendish Laboratory, JJ Thomson Ave., Cambridge CB3 0HE, United Kingdom
Tel 44-1223-337331, Fax 44-1223-337271,
dar11@cam.ac.uk
Peter Schunemann
BAE Systems, Inc., MER15-1813, P.O. Box 868, Nashua,
NH 03061-0868
Tel 603-885-5041, Fax 603-885-0207
peter.g.schunemann@baesystems.com
Jason Deibel
Wright State University, Dept. of Physics, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001
Tel 937-775-2148, Fax 937-775-2222,
jason.deibel@wright.edu
For more information, see the MRS Spring 2009 meeting website.

5、20th International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology
April 20, 2009 to April 22, 2009
April 20-22, 2009, Charlottesville, VA, USA.
The International Symposium on Space THz and Technology (ISSTT), begun in 1990, is the premier forum for developers of low-noise sum-millimeter and THz receivers. The ISSRR was previously held in Charlottesville in 1996 and 1999. NRAO, along with Virginia Diodes, Inc., and the University of Virginia is pleased to sponsor the return of this sympossium to Charlottesville in 2009 for it¨s twentieth year.
The technical scope of this conference includes mm-wave/THz instruments for astrophysics and other applications; heterodyne and direct detectors such as Schottky, SIS, HEB, TES, KID, and bolometers; sources such as frequency multipliers, lasers, and other technologies; optics and measurement techniques; and THz systems and backends.
The conference will be held at the Omni Charlottesville Hotel.
For more information, see the
ISSTT2009 website.

6、IVEC 2009 - Tenth International Vacuum Electronics Conference
April 28, 2009 to April 30, 2009
28 - 30 April 2009 Rome, Italy
The European Space Agency (ESA) is pleased to invite you to the International Vacuum Electronics Conference IVEC 2009 that will be held in Rome, Italy on 28-30 April 2009. The meeting will take place at the Angelicum, Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas and is sponsored by ESA with the technical co-sponsorship of IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS).
IVEC has become the worldwide forum for all players in the field of Vacuum Electronics, drawing together representatives of academia, research institutes, industry, institutions and users. For systems developers, IVEC will provide unique insight into the absolute latest developments of vacuum electron devices. These devices continue to provide power and performance for advanced electromagnetic systems, especially at higher frequencies. Rapid technological advances in the vacuum electron device area, as well as new and improved devices, especially in the THz region, are making it possible for systems to achieve reliability and capabilities well beyond those of any fielded today.
The technical programme of the conference includes:
1. Vacuum Electron Devices
2. Vacuum Microelectronics, Nanoelectronics, THz devices
3. Systems and Subsystems
4. Technologies
5. Applications of Vacuum Electron Devices
6. Space Technologies and Applications of Vacuum Electron Devices (SPECIAL SESSION)
All the relevant information are available on the conference website
www.ivec2009.org .

7、2009 International Microwave Symposium
June 7, 2009 to June 12, 2009
Boston, MA
June 7-12, 2009
The International Microwave Symposium is the premier conference of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S), featuring a large trade show as well as a wide variety of technical papers and workshops. The IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium 2009 (IMS 2009) will be held in Boston, MA Sunday, June 7 through Friday, June 12, 2009 as the centerpiece of Microwave Week 2009.
Microwave Week 2009: The IMS 2009 technical sessions will run from Tuesday through Thursday of Microwave Week. Workshops will be held on Sunday, Monday, and Friday. In addition to IMS 2009, a microwave exhibition, a historical exhibit, the RFIC Symposium (
www.rfic2009.org), and the ARFTG Conference (www.arftg.org) will also be held in Boston during Microwave Week 2009.
Famous for everything from the Red Sox and Paul Revere to Cheers and seafood, Boston is a popular destination. Part history lesson, part modern metropolis, the Hub offers attractions to suit every everyone. It¨s easy to get around, either on foot or by the user-friendly public transportation system. The Freedom Trail, a well preserved pedestrian path weaves in and out of historic neighborhoods, from the Boston Common and Public Garden to the gold-domed State House and Fenway Park. Between landmarks, you can shop stores on Newbury Street, have an authentic Italian meal in the North End or browse the antique shops and distinctive red-brick buildings of Beacon Hill. The more culturally inclined will not want to miss the city¨s world-class museums, theater and music venues. Boston also features a renowned aquarium, children¨s museum and science museum.
The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) is a transnational society with more than 9,000 members and 80 chapters worldwide. Our society promotes the advancement of microwave theory and its applications, usually at frequencies from 200 MHz to 1 THz and beyond. For more than 50 years, the MTT-S has worked to advance the professional standing of its members and enhance the quality of life for all people through the development and application of microwave technology.
More information can be found on the symposium website:
http://www.ims2009.org/

8、3rd International Symposium on Photoelectronic Detection and Imaging - ISPDI 2009
June 17, 2009 to June 19, 2009
The 1st and 2nd International Symposium on Photoelectronic Detection and Imaging were held successfully in 1993 and 2007, respectively. To promote the development and application of photoelectronic detection and imaging technology, Photoelectronic Technology Professional Committee, CSA and SPIE have decided to hold the 3rd International Symposium on Photoelectronic Detection and Imaging (ISPDI 2009) in Beijing, China, from June 17 to 19, 2009. it will provide a unique forum for the reporting and review of new developments in photonics and optoelectronics ranging from material and devices to advanced systems and applications. The conference will include a plenary session, parallel technical sessions, panel discussions, and product exhibition. More than 500 participants will attend this symposium. There will be over 50 invited talks presented by famous foreign experts in the fields of photoelectronics.
Including:
Conference 5: Terahertz and high energy radiation detection technologies and applications
Chairs:
James Ryan (University of New Hampshire, USA)
Zhang Cun-lin (Captial Normal University)
Tang Chuan-xiang (Tsinghua University)
Program committee:
Chen Hui-min (The First Research Institute of Ministry of Public Security)
Cao Jun-cheng (Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology,CAS)
Shi Sheng-cai (Purple Mountain Observatory, CAS)
Wei Zhi-yi (Institute of Physics, CAS)
Ouyang Zheng-biao (Shenzhen University)
Hong Zhi (China Jiliang University)
Subtopics:
?Millimeter wave and terahertz device physics and materials
?Terahertz imaging systems and applications
?High energy radiation detection materials and device physics and modeling
?Design, fabrication and testing of X-ray detectors
?Design, fabrication and testing of Gamma-ray detectors
?X-ray and Gamma-ray imaging and applications in astronomy and astrophysics
?Neutron detection and applications in science and homeland securities
Academic Secretary: Wu Di,
wudi@cnoenet.com, +86-22-23669275
For more information, see the
ISPDI website.

9、International Conference On Advanced Infocomm Technology 2009
July 7, 2009 to July 9, 2009
7-9 July 2009, XI¨AN • CHINA
ICAIT conference is a 3-day intensive and interactive event that will focus on Wireline and Wireless technology, Mobile Network Technology, Multimedia Processing, Management and Transmission and lastly Satellite Communications and Networking.
ICAIT is a three (3) day event comprising of keynote speeches by both leading researchers and industrial experts, focused symposiums, technical oral presentations and updates by industrial presenters. This event provides a platform to introduce advanced infocomm technologies that would shape the next generation of information and communication systems & technology platforms. We hope to be able to achieve the following goals:
•Forge links between nations and build bridges between the academic and non-academic community; and between government and non-governmental organizations.
•Facilitates discussion, encourage the formulation and adoption of standards and ^open ^ interfaces to enable rapid development, testing and deployment of infocomm solutions.
•Encourages exchange and sharing of knowledge and ideas to boost growth in the information and communication industry.
All paper submissions are peer reviewed by members of the technical programme committee. Accepted work must be presented by one of the authors. Authors are now invited to submit their full papers in the topics listed below:
3G/4G Wireless Systems
Computer Systems
Communications Software and Services
Data Storage Technologies
Delay Tolerant Networking
Electronic Display and Solid State Lighting
Fiber Technologies and Applications
Fixed and Mobile Convergence
Mobile Ad-hoc Networks and Mesh Networks
Multimedia Processing, Management and Transmission
Network Technologies
Optical Fiber Communication
Peer to Peer Technologies and Applications
Pervasive and Ultra-Broadband Technology
Power Line Communications
Revenue-driving Applications, Services, and Content Delivery
Sensor Technologies and Networks
Vehicular Networks
Wireless Communication
Special Session 1: Energy-aware Network and Power Management
Special Session 2: Terahertz Technologies and Applications
Special Session 3: Communication and Information Security
Special Session 4: Fiber Sensor Technologies and Applications
Special Session 5: Networking Coding Theory and Applications
For more information, see the
ICAIT website.

10、PIERS 2009 Moscow
August 18, 2009 to August 21, 2009
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) will be held on 18-21 August 2009, in Moscow, Russia.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) provides an international forum for reporting progress and recent advances in the modern development of electromagnetic theory and its new and exciting applications starting 1989. Spectra ranges from statics to RF, microwave, photonics, and beyond. Topics include radiation, propagation, diffraction, scattering, guidance, resonance, power, energy and force issues, and all other modern developments.
Suggested Topics:
1 Electromagnetic theory
2 Computational electromagnetics, hybrid methods
3 Spectra, time, and frequency domain techniques
4 Fast iteration, large scale and parallel computation
5 Transmission lines and waveguide discontinuities
6 Resonators, Filters, interconnects, packaging, MMIC
7 Antenna theory and radiation
8 Microstrip and printed antennas, phase array antennas
9 RF and wireless communication, multipath
10 Mobile antennas, conformal and smart skin antennas
11 Power electronics, superconducting devices
12 Systems and components, electromagnetic compatibility
13 Nano scale electromagnetics, MEMS
14 Magnetic levitation, transportation and collision avoidance
15 Precision airport landing systems, GPS
16 Radar sounding of atmosphere, ionospheric propagation
17 Microwave remote sensing and polarimetry, SAR
18 Subsurface imaging and detection technology, GPR
19 Active and passive remote sensing systems
20 Electromagnetic signal processing, wavelets, neural network
21 Rough surface scattering and volume scattering
22 Remote sensing of the earth, ocean, and atmosphere
23 Scattering, diffraction, and inverse scattering
24 Microwave and millimeter wave circuits and devices, CAD
25 Optics and photonics, gyrotrons, THz technology
26 Quantum well devices, microwave photonic systems, PBG
27 Medical electromagnetics, biological effects, MRI
28 Fiber optics, optical sensors, quantum computing
29 Biological media, composite and random media
30 Plasmas, nonlinear media, fractal, chiral media, LHM
31 Constitutive relations and bianisotropic media
32 Moving media, relativity, field quantization, and others
Should you be interested in organizing a session for PIERS 2009 in Moscow, please fill out the survey form.
The submission deadline of one-page abstract is 20 February, 2009. On-Line-Submission via web page is strongly recommended. Kindly be aware that there is no financial subsistence provided for our invitees. All participants are required to register for the conference.
Author of an accepted abstract is invited (but is not required) to submit a full-length paper of no more than 5 pages. Accepted and registered full-length papers will be included in PIERS Proceedings and online accessed after the conference.
Selected full-length papers will be published on PIERS Online.
For more information, see the
PIERS 2009 Moscow website.

11、16th Int. Conf. on Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanostructures (EDISON16)
August 24, 2009 to August 28, 2009
16th Int. Conf. on Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanostructures (EDISON16)
24 to 28 august 2009 in Montpellier (France)
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EDISON 16, (formerly HCIS), is the 16th international conference on Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanostructures.
The purpose of EDISON is to provide an international forum on the latest progress in the field of physics and applications of nonequilibrium carrier dynamics in bulk semiconductors, nanostructures, and structures of molecular scales.
The following topics of current interest are covered in the scientific program of this meeting:
- Nonequilibrium carrier transport in bulk materials, heterostructures and nanostructures
- Coherent electron dynamics in solid state systems for quantum processing and communications
- Coherent/incoherent dynamics of optical excitations and ultra-fast optical phenomena
- Intersubband transitions and quantum cascade lasers
- TeraHertz phenomena in semiconductor materials and devices
- Semiconductor-based spintronics
- Transport in organic materials, graphene and carbon nanotubes
- Quantum carrier dynamics in ultrasmall structures, nanostructures and devices
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For more information, see the
EDISON16 Conference Website.

12、WIRMS 2009: 5th International Workshop on Infrared Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Accelerator Based Sources
September 14, 2009 to September 17, 2009
5th International Workshop on Infrared Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Accelerator Based Sources
Banff, Alberta, Canada
September 14 - 17, 2009
Scope of the Infrared Microscopy and Spectroscopy (WIRMS) workshop is to bring together SR & FEL scientists and synchrotron-IR and FEL-IR users to discuss the latest developments and trends, as well as the future directions of the fields, and promote even more promising applications. Another important mission of this workshop is for the active experts to provide young researchers and graduate students with a good introduction to this rapidly advancing field.
http://www.lightsource.ca/wirms2009/

13、IRMMW-THz 2009
September 21, 2009 to September 25, 2009
The 2009 IRMMW-THz conference will be held in Busan, Korea from September 21-25.
For more information, see the
IRMMW-THz 2009 Website.

14、Frontiers in Optics 2009/Laser Science XXV
October 11, 2009 to October 15, 2009
San Jose, CA
For more information, see the
conference website.

 
 

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