We are pleased to confirm the below workshops will be held virtually in parallel with the regular conference sessions from Monday 3 to Wednesday 5 August 2020. Each workshop will be 1.5 hours, comprising of short presentations by the expert panelists followed by Q&A from the audience.
Workshop 1: Monday 3 August; 1715-1845
Workshop 2: Monday 3 August; 1715-1845
Workshop 3: Tuesday 4 August; 0800-0930
Workshop 4: Tuesday 4 August; 0940-1110
Workshop 5: Wednesday 5 August; 1715-1845
Workshop 6: Wednesday 5 August; 1715-1845
What is over the horizon for nanophotonics fabrication?
- Professor Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem, University of Adelaide, Australia
- Professor Arnan Mitchell, RMIT University, Australia
Where is my quantum device? Is it going to live up to the hype?
- Professor John Close, Australian National University, Australia
- Professor Andrew White, University of Queensland, Australia
Is Terahertz spectrum useful for next generation wireless communications?
- Dr Shaghik Atakaramians, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Professor Ilya Shadrivov, Australian National University, Australia
How can biophotonics research be efficiently translated to clinical practice? What role do biomedical institutes play in this translation?
- Professor Ewa Goldys, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Dr Elizabeth Hinde, University of Melbourne, Australia
What is the value of diversity and inclusiveness in a research organisation? What is the best way to achieve it?
- Professor Ling-An Wu, Institute of Physics, CAS China
- Dr Frederique Vanholsbeeck, University of Auckland, New Zealand
How can I turn my laboratory result into commercial product?
- Dr Simon Poole, Finisar, Australia
- Professor Cather Simpson, University of Auckland, New Zealand