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Karlsruhe Days of Optics & Photonics 2013

Karlsruhe in light of Optics & Photonics: KSOP allures greats in O&P industry and academia to KIT.

In 2013, the forth Karlsruhe Days of Optics and Photonics took place at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). More than 150 participants listened to the exciting lectures on the latest research topics in the five Research Areas of KSOP.


The program was completed by a poster session presenting research results of all KSOP doctoral researchers.


To get a quick overview, please take a look on the program and the picture gallery       


Below you find a list of speakers from the Karlsruhe Days of Optics & Photonics in 2013.

Name Institute Talk
Bild Colsmann Light Technology Institute, KIT Semi-transparent and tandem organic solar cells
Bild Chapman Center for Free-Electron Laser Science, Universität Hamburg Imaging molecules using X-ray free-electron lasers
Bild Pendry Imperial College London Transformation optics shapes metamaterials
Raquel Urtasun University of Toronto Efficient holistic scene understanding of urban scenes
Bild Thon Johns Hopkins University Solution-processed technologies for next generation photovoltaics
Bild Koos Institute of Photonics and Quantum Electronics/ Institute of Microctructure Technology, KIT Hybrid photonic integration: an enabling technology for terabit/s communications and teratronics
Bild Wagenknecht Institute of Organic Chemistry, KIT DNA-based chromophore assemblies
40 Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) Reverse engineering of neuronal circuits using light
Leisner Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, KIT Cavity enhanced techniques in environmental spectroscopy
Pernice Institute of Nanotechnology, KIT Light force devices and non-classical optics on a chip