How to submit an abstract
Abstract submission will only be possible via the Internet and a Word copy of your abstract will have to be Uploaded to our server (If your abstract contains charts and other graphics, a .jpg or .gif copy should be included within a .zip file containing your abstract and those items separately.
Please read the following preparation guidelines CAREFULLY!
1. Abstracts should be informative, containing objectives, methods, results and a conclusion. The promise of further discussion only, is not acceptable.
2. Abstracts must be restricted to one (1) page (8 1/2″ by 11″, minimum font size of 11 (Times New Roman), 1 line spacing, with 1 1/2″ margins (left, right) and 1″ margins (top, bottom).
3. All abbreviations must be defined the first time they are used, but avoid doing this in the abstract title.
4. Tables, charts and other graphics are permitted and must be converted to .jpg or .gif format.
5. Abstracts submitted by fax will NOT be accepted.
6. Please make sure that the name, address and e-mail address for the contact person is complete and correct. When filling the web electronic form required, remember that the index of authors will be built from the data that you are entering.
7. If an abstract is accepted, the presenting author must register and attend the symposium.
The topics covered by ICOOPMA 2016 are the following:
A Optical properties of materials
A3 Polycrystalline bulk and film
A4 Glasses, glass-ceramics and amorphous structures
A6 Nanostructures, including photonic crystals, metamaterials
B Preparation and Characterization of Quantum Dots, Quantum Wires and Other Quantum Structures
C Excitonic Processes
D Luminescence, Phosphors, Scintillators and Applications
E Photoinduced Effects and Applications (e.g. photoreflectance, photegenerated defects etc)
F Photoconductivity and Photogeneration (including IR and x-ray photoconductors)
G Nonlinear Optical Effects and Applications
H Electro-Optic Effects and Applications
I Glasses for Optics, Optoelectronics and Photonics (including chalcogenides, ZBLAN, fluozirconate, oxyfluoride and other glasses)
J Polymers (Organics) for Optics, Optoelectronics and Photonics
K Semiconductors for Optoelectronics
K1 Semiconductors for Optoelectronics: Wide Bandgap
K2 Semiconductors for Optoelectronics: Narrow Bandgap
K3 Semiconductors for Optoelectronics: Heterostructures
L Light Emitting Devices (including organics)
M Photonic and Optoelectronic Materials and Devices (including devices for telecommunications, lasers, modulators and detectors)
N Optical Fibers, Fiber Sensors, Fiber Gratings
O Optical Storage
P Photovoltaics (materials and devices, and their properties)
Q Silicon Photonics
R Experimental Techniques
S Defect Spectroscopy
T Teraherz (THz) Techniques (including materials, emitters and detectors)
U Plasmons and Related Phenomena, and Applications (such as sensors)
V Waveguides and Integrated Photonics
X Radiation detection and medical imaging
Y Selected Topics (e.g. photoprocesses in materials, materials for energy conversion, biophotonics etc)
- Optical properties of materials
- Polycrystalline bulk and film
- Amorphous and organics
- Nanostructures, including photonic crystals
- Quantum dots
- Quantum wires
- II-VI and related semiconductors including alloys
- III-V and related semiconductors including alloys
- Oxide semiconductors
- Silicon photonics
- a-Si:H, a-SiN:H, a-SiC:H, a-SeGe:H
- Nonoxide glasses and chalcogenide glasses
- ZBLAN and oxyfluoride glasses
- Excitonic processes
- Luminescence, phosphors and applications
- Photoinduced eeffects and applications
- Photoconductivity and photogeneration
- Nonlinear optical effects and applications
- Electro-optic effects and applications
- Semiconductors for optoelectronics (including wide bandgap materials) for applications in lasers, photodetectors, waveguides, modulators etc.
- Light emitting devices (including organics)
- Photonic and optoelectronic materials and devices
- Quantum wells, quantum wires, quantum dots, Nanophotonics and nano-optoelectronics
- Optical storage
- Photovoltaics (materials and devices, and their properties)
- Waveguides and fibers
- Integrated photonics
- Experimental techniques
- Photonic bandgap materials and nonlinear photonic bandgap materials
- Defect spectroscopy
- Femtosecond spectroscopy
- Optical fibers and fiber Sensors
- Plasmons and surface plasmons
- Radiation detection and medical imaging
- Selected topics (e.g. photocatalysis in materials, materials for energy conversion etc)