Invited Speakers

* All titles are provisional talk title.

CLEO-PR 2022

C1. Solid State, Fiber, and Other Laser Sources

  • Ultrafast Laser Systems for High Repetition Rate X-Ray Free Electron Laser Facilities Ingmar Hartl (DESY, Germany)
  • Above 20-GHz repetition-rate, Kerr-lens mode-locked lasers Yohei Kobayashi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • Temporal Solitons in Coherently driven Active Fiber Resonators Francois Leo (University of Brussels, Belgium)
  • 3.5 µm fiber lasers David J. Ottaway (University of Adelaide, Australia)

C2. Ultrafast and Nonlinear Phenomena

  • Coherent electron dynamics induced by ultrashort UV pulses in complex molecules Francesca Calegari (CFEL, Germany)
  • High-Order Nonlinear Dipole Response Characterized by Extreme-Ultraviolet Ellipsometry Ming-Chang Chen (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
  • Transient refraction spectroscopy with double attosecond pulses in inner-subshell electron Hiroki Mashiko (NTT-AT Advanced Technology Co., Japan)
  • High harmonic generation for probing photochemical reactions Taro Sekikawa (Hokkaido University, Japan)
  • Attosecond electron dynamics in molecules, clusters and liquids Hans Jakob Wörner (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

C3. Infrared and Terahertz Technologies and Applications

  • Recent Progress in Terahertz Quantum Sensing Georg von Freymann (Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM, Germany)
  • Controlling the Non-Hermitian Graphene Dirac Plasmons and Its Application to Terahertz Laser Transistors Taiichi Otsuji (Tohoku University, Japan)
  • Active Demethylation of Cancer Cells using Terahertz Radiation for Potential Cancer Treatment Joo-Hiuk Son (University of Seoul, Korea)
  • Biological effects of MMW and THz radiation Vincent Wallace (University of Western Australia, Australia)

C4. High Power, High Energy Lasers

  • Suppression of the temporal noise in SULF-10 PW laser Xu Yi (SIOM, China)
  • Generation of the Highest Laser Intensity of 1023 W/cm2 by Focusing PW Laser Pulses Jin Woo Yoon (APRI-GIST, Korea)

C5. Laser Processing and Innovative Applications

  • High depth of field and high speed variable focus for advanced laser processing applications Craig Arnold (Princeton University, USA)
  • Laser‐Assisted Synthesis and Processing of 2D Quantum Materials Masoud Mahjouri‐Samani (Auburn University, USA)
  • Formation mechanisms of bumps and their avoidance during laser milling of metals Andreas Michalowski (Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge (IFSW), University of Stuttgart, Germany)
  • Processing the bulk of silicon using IR ultrashort laser pulses - from waveguides to welding Stefan Nolte (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany)

C6. Optical and Photonic Metrology

  • Diode-Laser Frequency-Combs Steven Cundiff (University of Michigan, USA)
  • Wide-field mid-infrared imaging based on adiabatic frequency upconversion Jianan Fang / Kun Huang (East China Normal University, China)
  • Comparing distant optical clocks to realize the redefinition of the second Tetsuya Ido (NICT, Japan)
  • Precision time‐domain spectroscopy of infrared waves Ioachim Pupeza (Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany)

C7. Quantum Optics, Atomic Physics and Quantum Information

  • Silicon photonics for quantum information and communication Nobuyuki Matsuda (Tohoku University, Japan)
  • Engineering entanglement for quantum computing on silicon photonics chips Jianwei Wang (Peking University, China)
  • Efficient Spin-Photon Interfaces for Quantum Networks Jorg Wrachtrup (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
  • Applications of solid state optics in information technologies Sen Yang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)

C8. Micro and Nanophotonics, and Light Localization Effects

  • Biphoton entanglement across topologies Andrea Blanco-Redondo (Nokia Bell Labs, USA)
  • Integrated Silicon photodetectors in Silicon Nitride-on-SOI platform Shankar Kumar Selvaraja (Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India)
  • Non-Hermitian nanophotonics with photonic crystal cavities Kenta Takata (NTT Corporation, Japan)

C9. Optical Communication Systems and Networks

  • Generalized Stokes‐space analysis of modal dispersion in fibers for space‐division multiplexing with mode‐dependent loss Cristian Antonelli (University of L'Aquila, Italy)
  • Ultra‐High Symbol Rate Generation via External DAC Multiplexing Vivian Xi Chen (Nokia Bell labs, USA)
  • Towards >100 Tb/s Ultra‐Wideband Transmission Systems Cosimo Caloni (III‐V Lab, France) / Jeremie Renaudier (Nokia Bell Labs, France)

C10. Optical Fiber and Waveguide Technologies

  • Ultrafast Parallel Random Number Generation with a Chip-Scale Semiconductor Laser Hui Cao (Yale University, USA)
  • Time reversed optical waves by arbitrary vector spatiotemporal field generation Joel Carpenter (University of Queensland, Australia)
  • Optical Waveguides in Crystals Fabricated by Femtosecond Laser Writing: Recent Advances and Perspectives Feng Chen (Shandong University, China)

C11. Semiconductor and Integrated Optical Devices

  • Silicon Photonics Integrated Circuit for Co-Packaged Optical-IO Yuliya Akulova (Intel Corporation, USA)
  • III-V-on-Silicon-Nitride Mode-Locked Lasers Stijn Cuyvers (Ghent University - Imec, Belgium)
  • 256-Gbit/s PAM-4 directly modulated membrane lasers on SiC substrate Suguru Yamaoka (NTT Corporation, Japan)
  • Integrated lithium niobate photonics: when performance meets scalability Mian Zhang (HyperLight, USA)

C12. Silicon Photonics

  • Strategies for non-volatile alteration of optical components based on mid index waveguides Frederic Gardes (Southampton University, UK)

C13. Optical Signal Processing

  • Latest Progress in Optical Eigenvalue Communications – Dispersion Managed Soliton Case – Akihiro Maruta (Osaka University, Japan)
  • Integrated Microwave Photonics for Radar Applications Manuel Reza / Giovanni Serafino (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy)
  • Silicon Photonics for Training Deep Neural Networks Bhavin J. Shastri (Queen's University, Canada)

C14. Advanced 2D and Nanocarbon Materials for Photonics and Energy

  • Probing the momentum-resolved dynamics of excitons in 2D semiconductors Keshav Dani (OIST, Japan)
  • Controlling Emission Wavelength and Chirality of Quantum Emitters in 2D Heterostructures Han Htoon (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
  • Ultrastrong Light-Matter and Matter-Matter Coupling Junichiro Kono (Rice University, USA)
  • Natural hyperbolic plasmon polaritons in 2D materials Hugen Yan (Fudan University, China)

C15. Biophotonics and Applications

  • Minimally-Invasive Lensless Computational Microendoscopy Mark A. Foster (Johns Hopkins University, USA)
  • Line-illumination Raman microscopy for imaging biological samples Katsumasa Fujita (Osaka University, Japan)
  • Natural Photoreceptive-Protein Toolbox of Microbial Rhodopsins Keiichi Inoue (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • Transcutaneous monitoring of hemoglobin derivatives using camera-based diffuse reflectance spectroscopy Izumi Nishidate (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)

C16. Plasmonics and Metamaterials

  • Mutual Control of Heat-Light by Si Metasurface Junichi Takahara (Osaka University, Japan)
  • 3D Laser Nanoprinting: Recent Progress Martin Wegener (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

C17. Optical Sensors and Systems

  • Multimodal Image Analysis of Blood Flow and Blood Components of Rodent Skin Flap for Understanding Necrosis Hideaki Haneishi (Chiba University, Japan)
  • Informed learning of spectral super-resolution for mHealth applications Young L. Kim (Purdue University, USA)

C18. Microwave Photonics

  • THz and photonics convergence for future access links Tetsuya Kawanishi (Waseda University, Japan)
  • Actuating stimulated Brillouin scattering in silicon nitride photonic circuits David Marpaung (University of Twente, Netherlands)
  • Multi-dimensional Multiplexed Fiber-Wireless Transmission in the THz Band Xianbin Yu (Zhejiang University, China)

C19. XFEL and Xray Lasers

  • Measurement and applications of high-intensity XFEL interactions with matter Ichiro Inoue (RIKEN, Japan)
  • Opportunities and challenges of a hard x-ray regenerative amplifier free-electron laser Gabriel Marcus / Rachel Margraf (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA)
  • Theoretical studies of X-ray induced damage in optical elements of beamlines at free-electron-laser facilities Beata Ziaja-Motyka (DESY, Germany)

Promoted Invited Speakers

The author shall be proud of this paper, which was promoted from a general presentation to an invited one based on the recommendation by the program committees.

  • C1. Solid State, Fiber, and Other Laser Sources Flexible Wavelength Shifting of Ultrafast Lasers at High Power Levels Henrik Tuennermann (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Germany)
  • C2. Ultrafast and Nonlinear Phenomena Broadband and Efficient Out‐Coupling of Intra‐Cavity High Harmonics by a Coated Grazing‐Incidence Plate Julian Fischer (University of Neuchatel, Time and Frequency Laboratory, Switzerland)
  • C3. Infrared and Terahertz Technologies and Applications Manipulating Polarization‐division Multiplexed Terahertz Signals with Four‐wire Waveguides Junliang Dong (Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Canada)
  • C4. High Power, High Energy Lasers Wavefront Evaluation of a 250‐J Laser “HELIA” toward 10 Hz Operation Takashi Sekine (Hamamatsu Photonics K.K., Japan)
  • C5. Laser Processing and Innovative Applications High‐speed ablation of crystalline silicon by femtosecond laser BiBurst mode with GHz burst in MHz burst Kotaro Obata (Riken, Japan)
  • C6. Optical and Photonic Metrology Highly stable laser repeater system with frequency instability below 10-21 Tomoya Akatsuka (NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan)
  • C7. Quantum Optics, Atomic Physics and Quantum Information A Programmable Qudit‐based Quantum Processor Chi Yulin (Peking University, China)
  • C8. Micro and Nanophotonics, and Light Localization Effects Topological modes observed in Si photonics SSH integrated circuit Toshihiko Baba (Yokohama National University, Japan)
  • C9. Optical Communication Systems and Networks Cumulative Dynamic Inter‐Core Skew Measurements in Spooled Uncoupled Core Multicore Fibers Ruben Luis (NICT, Japan)
  • C10. Optical Fiber and Waveguide Technologies Mode‐locking state switchable Er‐doped fiber laser based on a hybrid scheme of graphene oxide and nonlinear polarization rotation Wei Cai (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • C11. Semiconductor and Integrated Optical Devices Control of Vector Beam Polarization Mode by Spatially Modulated Photonic‐crystal Lasers Kyoko Kitamura (Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan)
  • C12. Silicon Photonics Programmable Waveguides on 2D Coupled Silicon Ring Resonator Array Ryotaro Konoike (AIST, Japan)
  • C13. Optical Signal Processing Demonstration of A Clements‐type 16 × 16 Photonic Analog Matrix Processor Based on Silicon Photonics Shota Kita (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., Japan)
  • C14. Advanced 2D and Nanocarbon Materials for Photonics and Energy Comparison of Light Emission of Metallic Carbon Nanotubes under Laser‐ and Joule‐Heating Conditions Taishi Nishihara (Kyoto University, Japan)
  • C15. Biophotonics and Applications High‐speed Live‐cell Vibrational Imaging with a Mid‐infrared Photothermal Quantitative Phase Microscope Genki Ishigane (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • C16. Plasmonics and Metamaterials High Dimensional Optical Meta‐devices: Classical to Quantum Din Ping Tsai (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
  • C17. Optical Sensors and Systems Background‐Free Vibrational Spectroscopy based on Destructive Interference around 2.3µm Wenqing Song (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • C18. Microwave Photonics Injection‐Locked Optoelectronic Oscillator for Phase Noise Purification in 100‐GHz Bands Atsushi Kanno (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)
  • C19. XFEL and Xray Lasers XFEL single‐nanometer focusing system at SACLA Jumpei Yamada (RIKEN SPring‐8 Center, Japan)


Keynote Speaker

  • Control and measurement of biological functions by light with optoelectronic devices Jun Ohta (Nara Inst. of Sci. and Tech., Japan)

Special Invited Speaker

  • Exploitation of the whole information content of the light field for the inspection of micro– and nano–components: approaches & limitations Wolfgang Osten (Univ. Stuttgart, Germany)

Invited Speakers

  • Artificial intelligent meta–optic imaging and edge–sensing Mu Ku Chen (City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
  • Flow cytometer system using optical disc technologies Motohiro Furuki (Sony Corp., Japan)
  • Computational imaging with randomness Ryoichi Horisaki (Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
  • Development of T2SL infrared detector in JAXA Haruyoshi Katayama (JAXA, Japan)
  • High-speed single-pixel imaging for biomedical applications Hideharu Mikami (Hokkaido Univ., Japan)
  • Holographic projection using phase-only spatial light modulators Tomoyoshi Shimobaba (Chiba Univ., Japan)
  • Holography for full-color 3D imaging of natural light with single-path interferometer Tatsuki Tahara (NICT, Japan)
  • Beam and image steering by MEMS array for AR and lidar applications Yuzuru Takashima (Univ. of Arizona, USA)
  • Linear polarization holography and its characteristics Xiaodi Tan (Fujian Normal Univ., China)
  • Metamaterial infrared absorber and infrared spectroscopy Takuo Tanaka (RIKEN, Japan)
  • Optical Meta–devices for Bio–imaging Din Ping Tsai (City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)


Special Session “Optics for life sciences”

  • Versatile Applications of Laser Scanning Based on the Optical Pickup Head Technology Rung-Ywan Tsai (Caduceus Biotechnology Inc., Taiwan)
  • Optical Sensing Technologies for Sustainable Food Production Naoshi Kondo (Kyoto University, Japan)
  • Observation of fine structures of the cell with optical microscopes Kaoru Katoh (AIST, Japan)
  • Deep Learning-enabled Computational Microscopy and Sensing Aydogan Ozcan (UCLA, USA)
  • Low-cost optical sensing applied to life sciences George C. Cardoso (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)

C1. Optical Design / Simulation / Fabrication

  • Snapshot Multispectral Imaging Using a Pixel-Wise Color Polarization Image Sensor Shuji Ono (Fujifilm Corporation, Japan)
  • Review of the development of infrared cameras for automotive applications in the framework of the European project Heliaus Guillaume Druart (ONERA, France)
  • Modeling of optical fabrication chains during optics design Oliver Fähnle (OST University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland)
  • FORMOSAT Satellites, Taiwan and Its Further Yi-chin Fang (NSPO, Taiwan)
  • Advances and Insights into Fundamental Optics Standards Richard Youngworth1, David Aikens2 and Eric Herman3 (1. RiYo LLC., 2. Savvy Optics Corporation, 3. Zygo Corporation, USA)

C2. Optical Components / Devices

  • New Profirometer and Data Stitching Algorithm for Large Mirror Measurement Mikio Kurita (Kyoto University, Japan)
  • The Search for Habitable Worlds around Nearby Stars with Large Telescopes and Innovative Photonics Olivier Guyon (University of Arizona, USA)
  • Computational Holographic Displays and Applications Hakan Ürey (Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey)

C3. Optical Systems

  • Hardware challenges for implementing metaverse-compatible use cases on smart glass AR form factors Bernard Kress (Google LLC, USA)
  • Optical see-through near-eye display for augmented reality with focus cue support Myeong-Ho Choi (Inha University, Korea)
  • Long Range Automotive FMCW LiDAR with Solid State Scanning Alfredo Rueda (Scantinel Photonics GmbH, Germany)
  • Deep tissue high-resolution optical imaging in the third near infrared window Masahito Yamanaka (Osaka University, Japan)

C4. New Technologies

  • Extraordinary Computational Imaging Technologies with Ordinary Optical Modulators Vijayakumar Anand (University of Tartu, Estonia)
  • Lensless imaging based on compressive sensing and deep learning Liangcai Cao (Tsinghua University, China)
  • Dielectric metasurfaces for holography and focusing at visible wavelengths Kentaro Iwami (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)