OMN 2021

International Conference
on Optical MEMS & Nanophotonics

Campinas, Brazil
Unicamp, Convention Center 
Aug 1st – 5th

The Brazilian Photonics Society (SBFoton) and the IEEE Photonics Society (IPS) announce the organization and realization of the 2021 International Conference on Optical MEMS and Nanophotonics, OMN 2021. The 25th edition of this successful conference will be held at the University of Campinas (Unicamp)’s Convention Center, in the city of Campinas, State of São Paulo, Brazil, in the period of August 1st – 5th, 2021.

OMN 2021 is an annual conference that draws in leading researchers, who are harnessing light, or photons, and control its propagation phenomena via interaction with produced structures at the micro and nano scale. This leads to diverse applications in technology fields such as imaging, communication, sensing, and instrumentation, as well as the sciences such as biology and medicine, chemistry and fundamental physics. The conference is designed for researchers to report on the latest findings on Optical MEMS and Nanophotonics and stimulate scientific exchange among researchers and engineers from industry and academia.

OMN 2021 will follow the typical format of IEEE events, therefore, will include technical oral and poster sessions with the presentation of peer-reviewed papers (oral and poster), Plenary Talks, and Invited Talks.

Call for Papers

Paper registration
deadline April 12th 2021

Notification
of acceptance May 17th 2021

Registration & Submission

Prospective authors are encouraged to submit an original full paper for review, and presented papers will be further published by IEEE Xplore (indexed by Web of Science and Scopus). Acceptance will be communicated on May 17th 2021 and final version upload until May 31st 2021.

Submission Instructions and Template

The conference welcomes original contributions in the following and other related relevant topics:

Optical MEMS

  • Optical Scanners and Micromirrors
  • Micro-Optical Systems for Imaging
  • Microactuators for Optical Devices
  • Adaptive and Tunable Optics
  • Spatial Light Modulators
  • Optofluidics
  • Tunable Filters
  • Microspectrometers
  • Microphotonics
  • Optical MEMS Sensors
  • Cavity Optomechanics
  • Optomechanical Oscillators
  • Optical Micro- and Nanocavities
  • Tunable Micro- and Nano‑Devices
  • Biomedical Micro‑Optical Devices
  • MOEMS Fabrication Technologies
  • Packaging and Integration
  • Scanners

Nanophotonics

  • Nanoplasmonics
  • Metamaterials and Metasurfaces
  • Nanophotonic Materials
  • Nanofabrication
  • Nanophotonic Displays
  • Nanophotonic Storage
  • Nanoparticles Photonic Devices
  • Photonic NEMS
  • Flatland Photonics
  • Integrated Photonics
  • Silicon Photonics
  • Diamond Photonics
  • Photonic Nanowires
  • Nanoantennas
  • Nanoscale Sources and Emitters
  • Photonic Crystals
  • Quantum Photonic Devices
  • Quantum Dot Photonics
  • Quantum Phenomena
  • Nanoscale Light-Matter Interactions
  • Nano-Biophotonics
  • Topological Photonics

Plenary Speakers

Professor Ai-Qun Liu (A. Q. Liu) received his PhD degree from National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1994. Currently, he is a Professor and Director at the Quantum Science and Engineering (QSec), Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He serves a...continue reading

What’s Matter Quantum Photonic Chip for Quantum Communication and Computing

Ai-Qun Liu SGP

In the past twenty years, silicon photonic technology and waveguide integrated device are greatly stimulated extensive research in fiber optical transistor from 100 Gbps to 400Gbps. Silicon photonics fabrication and integration are very powerful and significant breakthrough for traditional fibre optical communication and optical/photonic engineering, which is not only advantage of batch processing to address the manufacturing, but also make impact in the next generation of quantum network and quantum computing.

This talk will introduce and present: design and fabrication of quantum key distribution (QKD) chip, which in different components related to splitter, tunable MZI, switches and photodetector will be discussed. The fabrication processes will be explained for QKD chip. This talk will be concluded with the future trends and research directions in quantum integrated chip and silicon photonic integration technologies.

Andrea Melloni, OSA Fellow, Full Professor at Politecnico di Milano-Italy in Electromagnetic fields, leader of the Photonic Devices group. His field of research is in the analysis, design, characterization and exploitation of integrated optical devic...continue reading

On the control of reconfigurable photonics integrated circuits

Andrea Melloni ITA

A collection of control, calibration, tuning and locking strategies and recipes for photonic integrated circuits are presented and discussed. The focus will be on ring based tunable and hitless filters and reconfigurable meshes of Mach-Zehnder Interferometers to manipulate optical beams and perform signal processing.

Prof. Michal Lipson is the Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering and Professor of Applied Physics at Columbia University. She completed her B.S., MS and Ph.D. degrees in Physics at the Technion in 1998 and a Postdoctoral work at MIT in 2...continue reading

Next generation silicon photonics

Michal Lipson USA

We are now experiencing a revolution in optical technologies: in the past the state of the art in the field of photonics transitioned from individual miniaturized optical devices to massive optical circuits on a microelectronic chip that can be modified on demand. This revolution is ongoing –new materials and technologies are emerging to control the flow of light in unprecedented ways and it is opening the door to applications that only a decade ago were unimaginable.

Sunghoon Kwon is a full professor of School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Seoul National University. He received his B. S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering (1998), M. S. in Biomedical Engineering (2000) from Seoul National Universit...continue reading

How does an idea of immersive display evolve into multiple innovations in personalized medicine?

Sunghoon Kwon KOR

I was interested in future immersive display systems when I was a doctoral student, and that's why I was into optical MEMS. Due to the massive amount of data that needs to be processed in the display system, I thought it should be a self-assembled form of identical active display components that should organize itself as a display panel later. I proposed 'smart scalable systems' as a research theme that could enable such a massive system in display, energy, and biochips based on self-assembly of many heterogeneous components. Though the immersive display by self-assembly is still just an idea, this concept of smart scalable systems evolved into multiple biotech innovations for the past 15 years in my research group. I will present the concept of smart scalable systems first. Then I will talk about our researches in structural colored microparticles, DNA laser printer, life-saving antibiotic test, laser-based single-cell genomics, a few of which already become commercial products. It is even more interesting I am applying again the technique I learned from these researches back to displays that use self-assembly. Life is a journey full of expectations and surprises.

Invited speakers

Nanoscale Engineered Silicon Imagers Reaching Theoretical Limit Performance and their Appication in Space Exploration and Synergistic Fields

Shouleh Nikzad

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Design and optimisation of photonic devices by using the finite element based approaches

B M A Rahman

City, University of London

Advanced semiconductor lasers: Ultra-low operating energy and heterogeneous integration with Si photonics devices

Shinji Matsuo

NTT Photonics Laboratories, Japan

Advanced optical sources for spectrally efficient photonic systems

Liam Barry

School of Electronic Engineering Dublin City University

Important dates

Paper submission opening
February 10th 2021
Paper submission deadline
April 12th 2021
Notification of acceptance
May 17th 2021
Online registration opening
May 24th 2021
Camera-ready papers
May 31st 2021
Online registration closing
July 29nd 2021
OMN 2021
Aug 1st – 5th 2021

Registration fees

Fees for international participants

Early
Registration
until June 22nd
Standard
Registration
from June 23rd
Full Registration*
IEEE MemberUS$ 700,00US$ 800,00
IEEE Non-memberUS$ 800,00US$ 900,00
Student
IEEE MemberUS$ 400,00US$ 450,00
IEEE Non-memberUS$ 450,00US$ 500,00
Other
Confraternization DinnerUS$ 100,00


Fees for Latin American residents

Early
Registration
until June 22nd
Standard
Registration
from June 23rd
Full Registration*
SBFoton / IPS / OSA Society MemberR$ 800,00R$ 960,00
Non-memberR$ 1.000,00R$ 1.200,00
Student
SBFoton / IPS / OSA Society MemberR$ 300,00R$ 360,00
Non-memberR$ 400,00R$ 480,00
Undergraduate Student
SBFoton / IPS / OSA Society MemberR$ 150,00R$ 180,00
Non-memberR$ 200,00R$ 240,00
Other
Confraternization Dinner R$ 120,00R$ 140,00
  • General Chair Hugo E. Hernandez-Figueroa Unicamp, Brazil

Technical Program Committee

  • Optical MEMS
  • Chair Kazuhiro Takahashi Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
  • Co-chair Vilson de Almeida Aeronautical Institute of Technology, Brazil
  • Nanophotonics
  • Chair Igal Brener Sandia National Laboratories, USA
  • Co-chair Newton C. Frateschi Unicamp, Brazil
  • International Steering Committee
  • Chair Dan M. Marom The Hebrew University, Israel
  • Local Organizing Committee
  • Chair Daniel M. Pataca SBFoton, Brazil

The Brazilian Photonics Society has begun its activities on May 24th, 2017 with the main objective to work for increasing the importance and awareness of optics and photonics in Brazil and South America.

To contact SBFoton and take active part in this movement, send an email to conference@sbfoton.org.br.

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