Organizing Committee Members - Euro Optics 2019
University of Michigan
Yukio Tomozawa obtained DSc in 1961 from Tokyo University. He was Assistant at Tokyo University (1956) and at Tokyo University of Education (1957-1959) - Member at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ (1964-1966). He was Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor and Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan, USA. He found that the Schwarzschild metric does not fit the data of time delay experiment in the field of general relativity. He has introduced a physical metric which fits the data. It was constructed with the constraint that the speed of light on the spherical direction is unchanged from that in vacuum. This modification changes the way we understand the nature of gravity drastically. In particular, the nature of compact objects, neutron stars and black holes, is very different from that described by the Schwarzschild metric. It also explains the dark energy, supernova explosion and high energy cosmic ray emission from AGN (Active Galactic Nuclei), massive black hole
Yukio Tomozawa(Research Area)
Elementary Particle Experiment and Theory
Vice President and Co-Founder
McCarter Machine & Technology Inc.
Douglas R McCarter(Biography)
Douglas R McCarter, Dhc is the Technical Integrator of McCarter Machine Inc, a WOSB in LaPorte Texas founded in 1981. In addition to assisting corporate planning, Doug has served as Principal Investigator for 3 MDA SBIRâ€™s. Dougâ€™s Technical Experience â€¢ Completed US Dept. of Labor Apprenticeship Program sponsored by Exxon USA. 1977 â€¢ Attended over 3000+ class hours of Mechanical Technical and Troubleshooting. â€¢ Strengths in Industrial Organization and Management, Manufacturing, Vibration Analysis & Troubleshooting, Dynamic Balancing, Marketing and Research & Development. â€¢ Studied under the late great Frank Anthony, Bell Labs Silicon Pioneer, from 1996-2001. Together developed cooled and uncooled silicon mirrors. â€¢ Studied under Roger Paquin, World Renowned Material Stabilization Scientist, from 2005-2015 Together presenting why Silicon is Preeminent for Stable Optics and Optomechanical Structures â€¢ Over 40 years of technical and manufacturing experience. â€¢ Experienced in 1st ,2nd and 3rd line Chemical Plant Maintenance supervision â€¢ Invited Speaker for MDA, SPIE, OSA, ESTO, OMICS and NSMMS â€¢ Inventor of manufacturing processes for exotic alloys o Awarded Lifetime Senior Member Status in the SPIE, Society of Professional Optical Society o Recognized as Worldâ€™s Expert on Precision Silicon Components by ESTO o Appointed ten term on Editorial Staff of International Optic Periodical named â€œAdvanced Optical Technologyâ€ AOT o Granted Honorary Doctorate from EOS as expert in silicon material understanding o Granted Adjunct Professorship in OMICS to teach silicon material behavior in optics and structures o Received SPIE Gold Medal Award
Douglas R McCarter(Research Area)
Doug directed McCarterâ€™s research and development in frit bonding and Superfinishing of Silicon.
R&D department Thorlabs, Inc
Mohammed Saad (Biography)
Dr. Mohammed Saad has more than 35 years of experience in both university and industrial research fields. He has over 70 publications and 25 invited talks in international conferences. In 1986 he obtained his Ph.D. in fluoride glasses and fibers, from Rennes University in France. In 2003 he founded Irphotonics in Montreal (Canada), a leader in fluoride glass fibers technology. In 2013, Irphotonics has been acquired by Thorlabs. And since then Dt. Saad is a senior scientist at Thorlabs, Inc. in NJ, USA. Dr. Saad is a senior member of SPIE and OSA. He is member of technical committee of many international conferences
Mohammed Saad (Research Area)
Mid Infrared Optical fibers for Fiber Lasers: Fluoride glass Fibers
Portland State University, Portland.
US citizen (naturalized in 1985). Goal oriented, highly motivated and creative performer with proven leadership, administrative and coaching ability, extensive project and financial management experience, team player attitude, strong analytical and planning skills, effective communications (both written and verbal) and presentation skills, as well as excellent organizational, interpersonal, and negotiation capabilities. Possesses thorough and in-depth understanding of the state-of-the-art in materials, mechanical, electrical, optical, information, telecommunication, reliability and related areas of engineering, of new and emerging technologies, and a clear vision for the most promising directions in the development of applied science and engineering. Works exceptionally well in dynamic and rapidly changing environments, under pressure and in short time frames. Performs effectively across multiple organizations, companies and departments, with specialists from various disciplines and fields, and with people of different mentalities, origins, and cultural backgrounds. Good public speaker. Communicates his ideas well to any audience. Quick learner. Exhibits strong interest in, and possesses good knowledge of, foreign cultures, values, attitudes, and customs. Always willing to learn new things and has exceptional receptiveness to, and quick grasp of, new approaches and ideas. Has a sociable disposition and gets along well with peers, supervisors and subordinates. Bi-lingual: English and Russian. Fluent in Ukrainian (was born in Ukraine). Working knowledge of German (studied at school and on the faculty of the Technical University in Vienna, Austria).
Ephraim Suhir(Research Area)
1. Applied Mathematics, Applied and Mathematical Physics, Materials Science and Engineering, Applied Mechanics 2. Design for Reliability (DfR) of Electronic, Opto-Electronic and Photonic Systems 3. Applied Probability, Probabilistic Analyses and Probability-Based Physical Design for Reliability of Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems 4. Analytical (Mathematical) Modeling in Applied Science and Engineering 5. Photonics, Fiber Optics, Mechanics of Optical Fibers
National Science Foundation Computational Center
BranislavVlahovic is Director of the National Science Foundation Computational Center of Research Excellence, NASA University Research Center for Aerospace Device, NSF Center Partnership for Research and Education in Materials, and Department of Homeland Security Center on Detectors and Sensors at North Carolina Central University. In 2004, he was awarded by the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina Oliver Max Gardner state-wide award for his research and contribution to science. He has published more than 300 papers in peer-reviewed journals and is a member of European Academy of Science. His research interest includes computer simulations of nanostructures, tunneling and charge transfer between nanostructures, pulsed laser deposition of nanostructures, nonlinear optics, detectors and devices based on quantum confinement, nanophotonics, semiconductor structures, and photovoltaics, and few body nuclear and hypernuclaear physics research.
From Free Electron Laser Toward the First Gamma Laser
State University of Campinas-Unicamp
Luiz E. Oliveira(Biography)
Luiz E. Oliveira, 66, completed his PhD in Physics (1981) at the Theory of Condensed Matter Group/Cavendish Laboratory of the Univ. of Cambridge in England. He performed his Post-Doctoral work (1984-1986) at the Univ. of California-Berkeley. He is a Full Professor at the Inst. of Physics of the State University of Campinas-Unicamp at SÃ£o Paulo, Brazil, and works in the area of Theoretical Physics of Semiconductor Nanostructures, Nanoscience, Photonics, Plasmonics, Metamaterials, Nonlinear phenomena, etc. Prof. Oliveira has supervised doctoral and post-doctoral work of a number of scientists and has more than 200 papers in web-of-science international journals, with â€œhâ€-number = 30 and a little over 2,800 citations.
Luiz E. Oliveira(Research Area)
Gap soliton-induced transparency in nonlinear Kerr-metamaterial heterostructures
Bergische UniversitÃ¤t Wuppertal, Gaussstr
Robert J. Buenker (Biography)
Family Status May 6, 1942 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Buenker in Dubuque, Iowa Married to Marilyn Lambrecht Buenker Three children: Michael, Timothy and Anne Marie Education June 1963 Received B.S. Degree (Maxima Cum Laude) in Mathematics and Chemistry from Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa June 1966 Received Ph.D. Degree in Chemistry from Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. Positions Held June 1963 - August 1963 Research Associate, General Electric Research Laboratories, Schenectedy, New York Sept. 1963 - May 1964 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey June 1964 - May 1966 National Science Foundation Pre-doctoral Fellow, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey June 1966 - May 1967 Post-doctoral Research Associate, Department of Chemistry, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan June 1967 - August 1967 Post-doctoral Research Associate, Institut fÃ¼r Theoretische Physik, Justus Liebig UniÂ¬ versitÃ¤t GieÃŸen, Germany Sept. 1967 - August 1970 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Nebraska,Lincoln, Nebraska June 1968 - August 1968 Visiting Professor, Institut fÃ¼r Theoretische & June 1969 - August 1969 Physik, Justus Liebig UniversitÃ¤t, GieÃŸen, Germany June 1970 - January 1971 Visiting Professor, Institut fÃ¼r Physikali- sche Chemie, Johannes Gutenberg UniversitÃ¤t, Mainz, Germany Sept. 1970 - August 1973 Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska June 1971 - August 1971 Visiting Professor of Chemistry, Institut fÃ¼r & June 1972 - August 1972 Physikalische Chemie, Johannes Gutenberg UniversitÃ¤t, Mainz, Germany April 1973 - August 1975 Visiting Professor of Chemistry, Lehrstuhl fÃ¼r Theoretische Chemie, UniversitÃ¤t Bonn, Germany Sept. 1973 - Dec. 1975 Professor of Chemistry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska January 1976 - April 1977 Wissenschaftlicher Rat und Professor, UniversitÃ¤t Bonn, Germany April 1977 -July 2007 Professor of Theoretical Chemistry, Bergische UniversitÃ¤t-Gesamthochschule, Wuppertal, Germany July 1980 - October 1981 Vice-speaker of the Sonderforschungsbereich 42, Wuppertal, Germany Oct. 1981 - Oct. 1984 Speaker of the Sonderforschungsbereich 42, Wuppertal, Germany June 1983 - June 1985 Dean of the Chemistry and Biology Faculty (FB 9) of the Bergische UniversitÃ¤t-GH Wuppertal, Germany Oct. 1984 - Oct. 1988 Vice-Speaker of the Sonderforschungsbereich 42, Wuppertal, Germany June 1985 - Sept. 1987 Vice-dean of the Chemistry and Biology Faculty (FB 9) of the Bergische UniversitÃ¤t- GH Wuppertal, Germany Feb. 1990 - January 1996 Member of the Forschergruppe of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft at the University of Wuppertal, Germany July 1990 - April 1991 Guest Professor at Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, U.S.A. October 1991 Guest Professor, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain July 1992 Guest Professor, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain May 1993 Guest Professor, Physical Insitute of the Leningrad State University, St.Petersburg, Russia July - Guest Professor, Department of Chemistry, August 1997 North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC., U.S.A. March - Guest Professor, Department of Chemistry, April 1998 North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC, U.S.A. August 1998 - Guest Professor, Institute for Atomic and April 1999 Molecular Physics of the Harvard-Smithsonian Institute for Astrophysics February - Guest Professor, Department of Chemistry, North March 2000 Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA July - Guest Professor, Department of Chemistry, North August 2000 Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA September - Guest Professorship and Lecture Series at the October 2000 Institute for Intelligence Modeling at the University of Tokyo, Japan March 27 - Guest Professor, Department of Chemistry, North April 27, 2001 Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA July 23 - Guest Professor, Department of Chemistry, North August 23, 2001 Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA February 1 â€“ Guest Professorship and Lecture Series at the March 31, 2003 Department of Physics, Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi, Japan and at the Department of Engineering at the University of Tokyo, Japan July 15 â€“ Sept. Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 30,2003 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA October 2003 - Marie Curie Individual Fellow of the European Sept. 2004 Community, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece Sept. 15-October Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 15,2005 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Feb. 15-April Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 15,2006 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Feb. 15-April Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 15,2007 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA June 1, 2007- Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemistry, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA July 2007 - Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Chemistry, Bergische-UniversitÃ¤t, Wuppertal, Germany Sept. 10-October Visiting Professor, Institute of Applied Phys. 2,2007 and Computational Mathematics, Beijing, China Oct. 22-December Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 6,2007 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Jan. 20-May 13, Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 2008 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA June 23 â€“ 30, Visiting Professor, National Hellenic 2008 Research Foundation, Athens, Greece July 3-Aug. 15, Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 2008 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Oct. 28-Feb. 11, Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 2009 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA May 10-Sept. 7, Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 2009 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Sept. 26-Oct. 23, Visiting Professor, National Institute of Fusion 2009 Science, Tajimi, Japan Dec. 7, 2009 â€“ March 29, Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 2010 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA July 21 â€“Oct. 26, Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 2010 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Jan. 1, 2011 - Dec. 31, Adjunct Professor, Department of Physics and 2014 Astronomy, University, of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA Apr. 8 â€“ Apr. 26, Visiting Professor, Department of Physics and 2013 Astronomy, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA Aug. 15 â€“Oct. 19, Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, 2014 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, May 31-June Visiting Professor, Institute of Applied Phys. 13, 2016 and Computational Mathematics, Beijing, China
Robert J. Buenker (Research Area)
Research Interests and Points of Emphasis of Robert J. Buenker 1. Ab Initio Calculations of Electronic Spectra of Small Molecules and Atoms: Transition Energies and Probabilities between Rovibrational Levels. 2. Development of the Multireference Single- and Double-Excitation CI Method for the Calculation of Electronic Wavefunctions and Properties: Author of MRD-CI Computer Program System widely employed in Germany, Canada, Greece, United Kingdom, Italy, Japan and the United States. 3. Study of Nonadiabatic Effects in the Electronic Spectra of Polyatomic Molecules Using Ab Initio MRD-CI Wavefunctions: Bound-Bound and Bound-Continuum Interactions and the Renner-Teller and Pseudo-Jahn-Teller Effects. 4. Treatment of Relativistic Effects Employing Two-Component Methods of Both Perturbational (Breit-Pauli) and Variational Type: Spin-orbit and Spin-spin Coupling Plus Use of Einstein Kinetic Energy Operator and the Darwin and Orbit-Orbit Interactions. Use of Averaged and Spin-orbit Relativistic Effective Core Potentials at the MRD-CI Level of Treatment. 5. Calculation of Atom-Atom and Atom-Molecule Scattering Cross Sections Based on Ab Initio CI Potential Energy Surfaces, Non-adiabatic and Spin-orbit Matrix Elements. 6. Application of Complex Scaling Techniques for the Description of Radiationless Processes such as Predissociation and Autoionization. 7. Theory and Calculations for the Radiative Decay of Positronium and Its Production of High-Energy Photons. 8. Use of Relativistic Effective Core Potentials in Ab Initio CI Treatments of Chemisorption and Cluster Reactions. 9. Theory of Photon Interactions with Transparent Media and Their Effect on the Speed of Light (Comparison with Gravitational Bending) 10. Study of the Effect of Inhomogeneous Magnetic Fields (Electroweak Stern-Gerlach Effect) in Neutron Decay and its Relation to Parity Non-conservation Theory 11. Ab Initio SCF and CI Calculations for the Interactions of Positrons with Small Molecules 12. Development of Relativity Theory Based on the Theoretical Methods Employed for the Global Positioning System 13. Use of Schiffâ€™s Method for the Gravitational Scaling of Physical Units to Compute the Trajectories of Planets and Light in the Vicinity of Large Masses
Qiuhe Peng is mainly engaged in nuclear astrophysics, particle astrophysics and Galactic Astronomy research. In the field of Nuclear Astrophysics, his research project involved a neutron star (pulsar), the supernova explosion mechanism and the thermonuclear reaction inside the star, the synthesis of heavy elements and interstellar radioactive element such as the origin of celestial 26Al. In addition, through his lectures, he establishes Nuclear Astrophysics research in China, He was invited by Peking University, by Tsinghua University (both in Beijing and in Taiwan) and by nuclear physics institutes in Beijing, Shanghai, Lanzhou to give lectures on Nuclear Astrophysics for many times. He has participated in the international academic conferences over 40 times and he visited more than 20 countries. In 1994, he visited eight institutes in USA to give lectures. He is the first Chinese Astrophysicist to visit NASA and to give a lecture on the topic, â€œNuclear Synthesis of Interstellar 26Alâ€. In 2005, he visited USA twice and gave lectures in eight universities again. Inviting six astronomers of USA to give series lectures, he has hosted four consecutive terms summer school on gravitational wave astronomy. After the four summer school obvious effect, at least 20 young scholars in China in the field of gravitational wave astronomy specialized learning and research. 220 research papers by him have been published.
Qiuhe Peng(Research Area)
Nuclear astrophysics, particle astrophysics and galactic astronomy research.
laser materials processing research center
Mahmoud Moradi is presently director of laser materials processing research center & Assistant Professor of mechanical engineering at Malayer University, Malayer, Iran from 2012 up to now. He has passed the research and training period as a visiting researcher in the Lulea University of Technology in Sweden (2012 & 2017). He received his Ph.D. (2012) when he was 28 years and MSc from KNTU (2008) and Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from Tabriz University, Iran (2006). He has published more than 70 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute.
Mahmoud Moradi(Research Area)
Â· Laser Materials Processing Â· Additive Manufacturing Â· Statistical Modeling and Optimization (DOE) Â· Non-Traditional Machining (EDM, ECM, Wire Cut) Â· Advanced Welding Technology Â· Finite Element Modeling (FEM)
University of Kharazmi
Jafar Jahanpanah received the B.sc. degree in Applied physics from Amir Kabir (Tehran Poly Technics) University in 1989, the M.sc. degree in Optics communication in 1992, and the PhD degree in Laser theory in 1995, both from Essex University in UK. He has begun his PhD research with Prof. Rodney Loudon on the gain, stability, and injection-locking theory of single-mode laser amplifiers from 1992 to 1995. His research is now extended to cover the subjects of noise, gain, stability, and mode-locking in three-mode lasers, and also the stability conditions of diatomic molecules with the publications in Journals of PRA, OSA, Applied Physics, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, Optics Communications, and Molecular Physics. Dr. Jahanpanah has been appointed as the research chairman of the Science Faculty at KHU from 2006 to 2009. He is now Professor of Physics at KHU and Head of Elite Foundation in Alborz County.
Jafar Jahanpanah(Research Area)
The stability investigation of diatomic molecules by inspiring from laser stability theory
Houxiao Wang has completed his PhD in the year 2013 from Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He got the NTU Research Scholarship in 2008. He carried out collaboration with Institute of High Performance Computing in Singapore from 2009 to 2011. He is currently an associate professor of Jiangsu University. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed journal papers. He has been invited as or served as the honourable speaker/guest, the session chair, the keynote/invited speaker, the organizing committee member and/or the technical program committee member for 9 international conferences in the area. Dr. Wang is currently the member of several professional organizations such as The Optical Society of America (OSA), the Optics and Photonics Society of Singapore (OPSS), and the Materials Research Society of Singapore (MRSS).
Houxiao Wang(Research Area)
Advanced laser drilling/machining, processing and manufacturing assisted by magnetic field and/or ultrasonic vibrations; Materials processing; Focused ion beam nanofabrication and nanometrology for optical applications
Member of Saleh research group
Saleh research group
Prof.Gh.Saleh is an Independent researcher, responsible and main theoretician of Saleh Research Group. He graduated from Sharif University of Technology. He has more than 17 articles and participated in several conferences in Europe, America and Asia as an honorable speaker, organizing committee member, leadership, etc.
Gh. Saleh(Research Area)
Contradiction in Equality of Einstein's and Planck's Formula for Photons