Programme

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Monday 27, May 2019
10:00-12:00 Si photonics workshop (Micronova)
12:00 Starting time for exhibitors to build up the exhibition materials (Sief and Capitolium areas of Dipoli)
13:00-14:00 Nordic Workgroups Meeting (meeting room Poli in Dipoli)
14:00-17:00 Photonics Research and Innovation PREIN flagship kick-off (Kaleva and Lumituuli)
15:30-16:30 Registration
17:30-18:00 Welcome speech
18:00-20:00 Getting together (Sief and Capitolium areas of Dipoli)
   
Tuesday 28, May 2019
8:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:45 Plenary talk by Prof. Laura M. Lechuga, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, “Photonic Point-of-care Nanobiosensor Platforms for Universal Health Diagnostics”
9:45-10:05 Field measurements of radiocarbon with cavity ring-down spectroscopy“, Johannes Lehmuskoski, VTT
10:05-10:35 Coffee break + exhibition + Job Fair (Pinecone lobby)
10:35-12:00 Exhibition Pitch session
12:00-13:30 Lunch + Poster session (Sief and Capitolium areas) + Job Fair (Pinecone lobby)
Afternoon
13:30-14:50 Scientific session “Towards three-dimensional and phase-matched nonlinear metamaterials“, Timo Stolt, Tampere University “Collective nonlinear optical effects in plasmonic oligomers using cylindrical vector beams“, Godofredo Bautista, Tampere University “Organic polaritonic devices: improving device performance without compromising practicality“, Konstantinos Daskalakis, Aalto University “Frequency comb generation in a quadratic nonlinear waveguide resonator“, Zeina Abdallah, Tampere University   An Industrial session, “Integrated Photonics”, Chair Timo Aalto “A Unified Silicon Photonics Platform for Communications, Imaging, and Sensing”, Cyriel Minkenberg, Rockley Photonics “Dispelix diffractive waveguide displays: technology, markets and applications”, Janne Laukkanen, Dispelix “Polariton Technologies: Electro-optic modulation beyond 100 GHz on the silicon platform”, Wolfgang Heni, Polariton Technologies Ltd “3D-Nanoprinting of Freeform Lenses and Photonic Wirebonds: From lab to Fab”, Philipp Dietrich, Vanguard Automation GmbH
14:50-15:20 Coffee break and exhibition
15:20-16:40 Scientific session, “”, Chair “Effect of Stokes shift on polariton dynamics“, Jussi Toppari, University of Jyväskylä “Terahertz wave generation in air by femtosecond optical vortex pulses“, Maksym Ivanov, Vilnius University “Building plasmonic structures on moving substrates“, Heikki Rekola, Tampere University “Parametric Up-Conversion in Femtosecond Pumped Radially Poled LiNbO3 Microresonator“, Mikhail Roiz, University of Helsinki An Industrial session, “3d Lidars”, Chair Pentti Karioja (intro by Sanna Uusitalo, VTT) “TOF LIDAR needs and applications”, Juha Leskinen, Noptel “From minerals sensing to mining intelligence“, Mari Tenhunen, Timegate Instruments Ltd “Optical measurements in high-temperature process environment”, Saku Kaukonen, Sapotech “Automotive LiDARs in Adverse Weather”, Maria Jokela, VTT  
16:50-17:50 Roundtable discussion about photonics in Finland (Lumituuli auditorium) General discussion about Photonics in Finland; Photonics Research and Innovation PREIN flagship; Photonics Report to the Future Committee of Parliament of Finland; Society impact (how photonics support the industrial/business)
18:00-19:00 Photonics Finland annual meeting (Lumituuli auditorium)
19:00-22:00 Welcome toast in Capitolium 19:00-19:30 Dinner in Kaleva 19:30-22:00 Announce the best Ph.D. thesis award and The Company of the year
22:00-24:00 After a dinner party (Fat Lizard, Otaniemi, Espoo)
   
Wednesday 29, May 2019
9:00-9:45 Plenary talk by Prof. R. Taylor, Imperial College, “Spectral and Temporal Versatility with Fibre-Based Sources”
9:45-10:25 Wavelength-independent polarization phase shifts by total internal reflection in silicon waveguides“, Dura Shahwar, VTT “Progress in terahertz time-domain spectroscopy transport mapping of large area graphene“, David Mackenzie, Aalto University
10:25-11:00 Coffee break and exhibition
11:00-12:20 Scientific session, “”, Chair “Multiport for high-dimensional quantum states using structured photons“, Robert Fickler, Tampere University “Observation of quantum interference in a PT-symmetric photonic system“, Marco Ornigotti, Universität Rostock “Light-generated atomic mass density shock waves and the coupled field-medium state of light in dielectrics“, Mikko Partanen, Aalto University An industrial session, “Manufacturing Optics”, Chair  Niklas Saxen “Molded glass optics manufacturing in high volumes“, Jyrki Huttunen, Oplatek “Aspherical lens production and MRF technology“, Olli Herranen, Millog “High precision optical system assembly and qualification”, Stefan Krey, Trioptics “Manufacturing technologies of optical fibers”, Timo Id, Nextrom
12:20-13:40 Lunch + Poster session  (Sief and Capitolium areas)
Afternoon
13:40-14:40 Scientific session, “”, Chair “Predicting Optical Rogue Solitons in Supercontinuum Generation Using Machine Learning“, Lauri Salmela, Tampere University “Pulsed optomechanics with sliced photonic crystal nanobeam“, Juha Muhonen, University of Jyväskylä “Benchmarking of FEM, FDTD and FMM for optics modeling of nanostructured solar cells and photodetectors“, Nicklas Anttu, Aalto University An industrial session, “”, Chair “Engineering Light – Some industrial applications of optics and photonics“, Lars Rymell, Eclipse Optics “From idea to product: how feasible become implementable“, Konstantinas Zakalskis, Ekspla “Photonics applications of VIGO products“, Snorre Olsen, VIGO “Optomechanical challenges in an optical application”, Juha Aimo, Tasowheel Systems
14:40-15:10 Coffee break and exhibition
15:10-16:10 Start-up pitch
16:15-16:30 Conference farewell Announce the Best presentation/poster
16:40-18:00 Otanano facility visit
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Monday 27, May 2019
10:00-12:00 Si photonics workshop (Micronova)
12:00 Starting time for exhibitors to build up the exhibition materials (Sief and Capitolium areas of Dipoli)
13:00-14:00 Nordic Workgroups Meeting (meeting room Poli in Dipoli)
14:00-17:00 Photonics Research and Innovation PREIN flagship kick-off (Kaleva and Lumituuli)
15:30-16:30 Registration
17:30-18:00 Welcome speech
18:00-20:00 Getting together (Sief and Capitolium areas of Dipoli)
   
Tuesday 28, May 2019
8:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:45 Plenary talk by Prof. Laura M. Lechuga, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, “Photonic Point-of-care Nanobiosensor Platforms for Universal Health Diagnostics”
9:45-10:05 Field measurements of radiocarbon with cavity ring-down spectroscopy“, Johannes Lehmuskoski, VTT
10:05-10:35 Coffee break + exhibition + Job Fair (Pinecone lobby)
10:35-12:00 Exhibition Pitch session
12:00-13:30 Lunch + Poster session (Sief and Capitolium areas) + Job Fair (Pinecone lobby)
Afternoon
13:30-14:50 Scientific session “Towards three-dimensional and phase-matched nonlinear metamaterials“, Timo Stolt, Tampere University “Collective nonlinear optical effects in plasmonic oligomers using cylindrical vector beams“, Godofredo Bautista, Tampere University “Organic polaritonic devices: improving device performance without compromising practicality“, Konstantinos Daskalakis, Aalto University “Frequency comb generation in a quadratic nonlinear waveguide resonator“, Zeina Abdallah, Tampere University   An Industrial session, ”Integrated Photonics”, Chair Timo Aalto “A Unified Silicon Photonics Platform for Communications, Imaging and Sensing”, Cyriel Minkenberg, Rockley Photonics “Dispelix diffractive waveguide displays: technology, markets and applications”, Janne Laukkanen, Dispelix “Polariton Technologies: Electro-optic modulation beyond 100 GHz on the silicon platform”, Wolfgang Heni, Polariton Technologies Ltd “3D-Nanoprinting of Freeform Lenses and Photonic Wirebonds: From lab to Fab”, Philipp Dietrich, Vanguard Automation GmbH
14:50-15:20 Coffee break and exhibition
15:20-16:40 Scientific session, “”, Chair “Effect of Stokes shift on polariton dynamics“, Jussi Toppari, University of Jyväskylä “Terahertz wave generation in air by femtosecond optical vortex pulses“, Maksym Ivanov, Vilnius University “Building plasmonic structures on moving substrates“, Heikki Rekola, Tampere University “Parametric Up-Conversion in Femtosecond Pumped Radially Poled LiNbO3 Microresonator“, Mikhail Roiz, University of Helsinki An Industrial session, “3d Lidars”, Chair Pentti Karioja (intro by Sanna Uusitalo, VTT) “TOF LIDAR needs and applications”, Juha Leskinen, Noptel “From minerals sensing to mining intelligence“, Mari Tenhunen, Timegate Instruments Ltd “Optical measurements in high-temperature process environment”, Saku Kaukonen, Sapotech “Automotive LiDARs in Adverse Weather”, Maria Jokela, VTT  
16:50-17:50 Roundtable discussion about photonics in Finland (Lumituuli auditorium) General discussion about Photonics in Finland; Photonics Research and Innovation PREIN flagship; Photonics Report to the Future Committee of Parliament of Finland; Society impact (how photonics support the industrial/business)
18:00-19:00 Photonics Finland annual meeting (Lumituuli auditorium)
19:00-22:00 Welcome toast in Capitolium 19:00-19:30 Dinner in Kaleva 19:30-22:00 Announce the best Ph.D. thesis award and The Company of the year
22:00-24:00 After a dinner party (Fat Lizard, Otaniemi, Espoo)
   
Wednesday 29, May 2019
9:00-9:45 Plenary talk by Prof. R. Taylor, Imperial College, “Spectral and Temporal Versatility with Fibre-Based Sources”
9:45-10:25 Wavelength-independent polarization phase shifts by total internal reflection in silicon waveguides“, Dura Shahwar, VTT “Progress in terahertz time-domain spectroscopy transport mapping of large area graphene“, David Mackenzie, Aalto University
10:25-11:10 Coffee break and exhibition
11:10-12:10 Scientific session, “”, Chair “Multiport for high-dimensional quantum states using structured photons“, Robert Fickler, Tampere University “Observation of quantum interference in a PT-symmetric photonic system“, Marco Ornigotti, Universität Rostock “Light-generated atomic mass density shock waves and the coupled field-medium state of light in dielectrics“, Mikko Partanen, Aalto University An industrial session, “Manufacturing Optics”, Chair  Niklas Saxen “Molded glass optics manufacturing in high volumes“, Jyrki Huttunen, Oplatek “Aspherical lens production and MRF technology“, Olli Herranen, Millog “High precision optical system assembly and qualification“, Stefan Krey, Trioptics “Manufacturing technologies of optical fibers”, Timo Id, Nextrom
12:10-13:40 Lunch + Poster session  (Sief and Capitolium areas)
Afternoon
13:40-14:40 Scientific session, “”, Chair “Predicting Optical Rogue Solitons in Supercontinuum Generation Using Machine Learning“, Lauri Salmela, Tampere University “Pulsed optomechanics with sliced photonic crystal nanobeam“, Juha Muhonen, University of Jyväskylä “Benchmarking of FEM, FDTD and FMM for optics modeling of nanostructured solar cells and photodetectors“, Nicklas Anttu, Aalto University An industrial session, “Photonics industrial applications”, Chair “Engineering Light – Some industrial applications of optics and photonics“, Lars Rymell, Eclipse Optics “From idea to product: how feasible become implementable“, Konstantinas Zakalskis, Ekspla “Photonics applications of VIGO products“, Snorre Olsen, VIGO “Optomechanical challenges in an optical application”, Juha Aimo, Tasowheel Systems
14:40-15:25 Coffee break and exhibition
15:25-16:25 Start-up pitch
16:25-16:40 Conference farewell Announce the Best presentation/poster
16:40-18:00 Otanano facility visit
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