Pacific-rim Laser Damage (PLD) was initiated by Professor Jianda Shao of Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics in China at 2011. This conference was held as a satellite meeting of SPIE Laser Damage Symposium at Boulder. The purpose of this meeting is to communicate with researchers in the field of laser damage and related phenomena especially in Pacific-rim area.Normally, PLD meeting was held biyearly at Shanghai in China at 2011, 2013, 2015. At the intermediate year, PLD'14 was held in Japan, and PLD'16 meeting will be held in Japan.
We are pleased to announce that the 5th Pacific-lim Laser Damage (PLD'16) will be held at Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan, on May 18 - 20, 2016. PLD '16 provides good opportunities to exchanging the results of research and discussions in close fields in laser damage research.
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Ten international conferences are going to be held simultaneously. By registering for PLD '16, you can participate in all international conferences. (Include the planned)
You can get more information on OPIC Web site.
OPTICS & PHOTONICS International Exhibition 2016 will be held simultaneously on May 18 (Wed) - 20 (Fri) at Pacifico Yokohama, Japan.
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The PLD '16 takes place at Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama city, Kanagawa prefecture, JAPAN. Yokohama city, the center of Kanagawa prefecture is located south of Tokyo. Pacifico Yokohama is conveniently located about 40 min. by Limousine Bus from Haneda Airport and 90 min. from Narita Airport.
|Jianda Shao||Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics||China||Overview of laser damage research in China (tentative)|
|W. Rudolph||Univ. of New Mexico||USA|
|A. Melninkaitis||University Vilnius||Italy||Femtosecond laser-induced damage: lessons learned from time-resolved measurements|
|J. Krueger||BAM||Berlin, Germany||Nanosecond laser damage of optical multimode fibers|
|J. Du||Shanghai Institute for Optics and Fine Mechanics||China||Ultrafast carrier dynamics related to fs lasers-induced damage in optical coatings|
|A. Fuerbach||Macquarie University||Australia||Refractive index change mechanisms in different glasses induced by femtosecond laser irradiation|
|C. Menoni||Colorado State University||USA|
|Z. Liao||Lawrence Livermore National Lab.||USA||Modeling of Laser Induced Damage and Usage at National Ignition Facility (Tentative)|
|K. Chen||Pittsburgh University||USA||Adaptive Laser Beam Forming for Laser Shock Micro-Forming for 3D MEMS Devices Fabrication|
|Denis Penninckx||CEA||France||Laser damage measurement of thick silica plates using a new laser injection scheme|
|A. Hervy||REOSK||France||Developments of high damage threshold meter-scale optical components for multi-PW lasers|
|Takahisa Jitsuno||(Osaka Univ.)|
|Wolfgang Rudolph||(Univ. of New Mexico)|
|Kunio Yoshida||(Okamoto Opt. Works.)|
|Masataka Murahara||(Tokai Univ.)|
|Shinji Motokoshi||(Institute for Laser Technology)|
|Hidetsugu Yoshida||(Osaka Univ.)|
|Jyunji Kawanaka||(Osaka Univ.)|
|Hajime Nishioka||(Tokyo Elec. Comm. Univ.)|
|Tomozui Kamimura||(Osaka Inst. of Tech.)|
|Norihiko Yamamura||(Showa Optronics Co., Ltd.)|
|Kiyoshi Suda||(Sigma Koki Co. Ltd.)|
|Minako Azumi||(Nikon Corp.)|
|Atsushi Yokotani||(Miyazaki Univ.)|
|Ryo Yasuhara||(National Institute for Fusion Science)|
|Masayuki Fujita||(Institute for Laser Technology)|
|Norbert Kaiser||(Fraunhofer-Institut fur Angewandte Optik und Feinmechanik, Germany)|
|Efim A. Khazanov||(Institute of Appl. Phys., Russia)|
|Zunqi Lin||(SIOM, China)|
|Yongfeng Lu||(Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)|
|Alexander A. Manenkov||(GPI, Russia)|
|Richard Moncorge||(ENSICAEN, France)|
|Jean-Yves Natoli||(Institut Fresnel, France)|
|Valdas Sirutkaitis||(Vilnius Univ., Lithuania)|
|Christopher J. Stolz||(LLNL, USA)|
|Koji Sugioka||(Riken, Japan)|
|Takunori Taira||(Institute. for Molecular Science, Japan)|
|Mauro Tonelli||(Univ. di Pisa, Italy)|
|Eric W. Van Stryland||(CREOL, Univ.of Cent. Florida, USA)|
|Zhouling Wu||(Rx Techn. Ltd., China)|
|Xiaomin Zhang||(China Acad. of Eng. Phys.,China)|
|Jiping Zou||(Ecole Polytechnique, France)|
|Seong-Ku Lee||(GIST-APRI, korea)|
|Karol Adam Janulewicz||(GIST-APRI, korea)|
Original papers that have not been previously presented and that describe new technical contributions to the areas covered by the technical descriptions in the aforementioned scope will be accepted for presentation.
A detailed instruction will be available from the SPIE Web site.Paper submission
Authers are requested to submit 1 page abstract written in English including text, figures, tables, and references within a frame of 17 cm x 24 cm. no later than January 25, 2016. And 4 pages manuscript for SPIE proceedings. The paper template will be available through the Web site. The due date of manuscript for proceeding will be anounced later.
In addition to regular oral presentation sessions, poster presentation session will be planned to stimulate detailed explanation and discussion. The author(s) of papers will be informed of the size of bulletin board for displaying summary, figures, tables, etc., when selected as poster papers.
|Conference (General)||JPY 40,000-||JPY 45,000-|
|(Student, Retiree)||JPY 18,000-||JPY 21,000-|
* Member of organizer, sponsor and cooperative societies
|Conference (General)||JPY 45,000-||JPY 50,000-|
|(Student,Retiree)||JPY 21,000-||JPY 23,000-|
The time allotted to each presentation will be:
A PC video projector will be available through your PC or PC provided at the conference room. Please prepare your presentation in Microsoft Power Point (2003 or later version) or Adobe PDF file format.
Information for porster presentations will be announced later.