5-7 Sept 2016
Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center

Technical Program



Symposia
S1. Fundamental Science for Optoelectronics
S2. Optical Communication and Fiber Photonic Technology
S3. Micro/Nano Optics and Optoelectronic Devices
S4. Biophotonics and Biomedical Optics
S5. Optical Metrology, Sensing, Imaging and Displaying
S6. Laser Technology and Industrial Application

Special Session
SS I: 2D Material in Optoelectronics
SS II: Key Devices and Technologies in Optical Interconnects

WorkShop
1. Biomedical Optics in Clinical Application
2. High Power Fiber Laser and Industrial Application

5 September

08:30-10:00

Plenary Talk

10:00-10:30

Tea Break

Rose 1

Rose2

Lotus 2

Lotus4

Lotus6

10:30-12:30

Talk Session

SS1.a

S5

S6

S3.a

 

12:30-14:00

Lunch

 

 

 

 

 

14:00-16:00

Session

SS1.b

S2.a

S4.a, 5

S3.b

SS2.a

16:00-16:30

Tea Break

 

 

 

 

 

16:30-18:30

Session

SS1.c

S2.b

S4.b, 5

SS1.d

SS2.b

18:30-19:30

Welcome Reception

 

6 September


08:15-10:00

Opening Ceremony

Jasmine Hall

10:00-12:30

Plenary talk

Jasmine Hall

12:30-14:00

Lunch

 

 

 

Rose 1

Rose 2

14:00-16:00

Poster Session/
Workshop

High Power Fiber Laser and Application

Biophotonics in Clinical Application

16:00-16:30

Tea Break

 

 

16:30-18:30

Workshop

 

Panel Discussion Clinical Challenge and Business Opportunity

7 September

 

 

Rose 1

Lotus 6

08:30-10:00

Session

S2.c

S1-a

10:00-10:30

Tea Break

 

 

10:30-12:30

Session

S2.d

S1-b

12:30-14:00

Farewell Feast

Cantonese-style Morning Tea

 

 

Plenary Talk:
5 Sept. 9:00-9:30
Prof. Sun Xiaowei, SUSTC
High Quality Displays and Lighting with Quantum Dot Composites
Luminescent Nanocrystals (LNCs), including quantum dots (QDs) and quantum rods (QRs), have been rapidly developed in both of academia and industries nowadays due to their outstanding luminescence performance, such as precisely tunable emission wavelength based on quantum size effect, saturated and pure color, high quantum efficiency, etc., which are beneficial in wide color gamut display and high quality lighting. With previous efforts on materials chemistry and engineering, to obtain high efficiency LNCs is no longer an issue. Next challenges concerning LNCs for display and lighting industries are suggested to be around new LNCs with higher quantum yield and narrower full width at half maximum (FWHM), and new LNC composites with higher operational stabilities. Moreover, if emissions of LNCs could be polarized, the system optical efficiency of display would be increased further more without dual brightness enhancement film (DBEF). Thus specially designed LNCs and composites with strong polarized emission also would have huge potential to decrease the power consumption of display.

5 Sept. 9:35-10:05
Prof. Han Zhang
Photonics Based on Two-dimensional Layered Materials
Enlightened by the unique optical and electronic properties of graphene, 2D layered materials have been extensively studied in recent years driven by their promising applications for a large range of novel photonic and optoelectronic devices, ranging from saturable absorbers for ultrafast lasers, to optical modulators, to photodetectors. The emergence of these 2D materials not only offers unique insights on light matter interaction at the atomic layer level but also provides unprecedented opportunities for researchers to fabricate 2D photonic device with superior performance: moderate or strong light interaction, versatile band-gap properties from wideband insulator, to narrowband semiconductor, tunable optoelectronic properties, atomically thin 2D heterostructures, compatibility with different photonic devices (waveguides and cavities). Therefore, photonics based on 2D materials, as a continuously advancing research area, is a field that investigates the light–matter interaction in 2D materials and the related applications for light generation, propagation, modulation, and detection. The intention of this talk is to introduce some of the research progress in photonics of 2D materials ranging from graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides to black phosphorus, from its basic electronics and photonics, fabrication, light matter interaction, towards nonlinear optics, and devices. We will particularly highlight the importance of the emerging photonics opportunities from black phosphorous, including the production of phosphorene by different methods, stability or oxidation issues, device fabrications and promising biomedical applications.

6 Sept. 10:00-10:30
Prof. Zisen Zhao
Optical Fiber Development Status and Future Trend

6 Sept. 10:30-11:00
Prof. Gu Ying
Lasers Application in Clinical Medical

6 Sept. 11:00-11:30
Prof. Weiping Zhang
Schrodiner's Cat and Quantum Technology

6 Sept. 11:30-12:00
Prof. Scott Ritchey, SPIE
Global Optoelectronics Industry Development

In his presentation Scott will provide an overview of SPIE’s recent activities in support of the optoelectronics industry including an update on the size and breakdown of the global photonics market, an update on the US National Photonics Initiative and outcomes from the successful International Year of Light celebration.

6 Sept. 12:00-12:30
Wang Jianyu, Vice President, Party Secretary, Shanghai Branch, Chinese Academy of Science
Successful Launch of 'Mozi' Quantum Communication Satellite.

 

S1. Fundamental Science for Optoelectronics
S1-a   7 Sept.   Chair: Guoyong Xiang

8:30-8:50

XIAO Yunfeng

Optical Microcavity sensing: from reactive to dissipative interactions

8:55-9:15

Jun Wang

Ultrafast Nonlinear Optical Effects in 2D Semiconductors

9:20-9:40

LAI Yun

Unusual wave phenomena in zero-index media

9:45-10:05

CHEN RUI        

Improving the Optical Gain of Low Dimensional Semiconductor Materials

S1-b   7 Sept.   Chair: CHEN Rui

10:30-10:50

Jian-Wen DONG

Orbital angular momentum in photonic valley crystals

10:55-11:15

Guoyong Xiang

Measurement of a photon 88 ns before it is created

11:20-11:40

Zhiping (James) Zhou

Silicon High Speed Lumped Modulator for Low Energy Consumption Optical Communications

11:45-12:05

Dangyuan Lei  

Fano Resonances in Metallic Nanoclusters for Ultrasensitive Biosensing and Efficient Second-harmonic Generation

12:10-12:30

Han Dezhuan

Toroidal moments in the system of plasmonic particles

S2. Optical Communication and Fiber Photonic Technology
S2-a   5 Sept.   Chair: TANG Xuan

13:50-14:10

Jifang Qiu

Interferometry-based In-Band OSNR Monitoring Techniques and Devices

14:15-14:35

Jiangbing DU

Multi-dimensional carrier-less amplitude and phase modulation for parallel optical interconnections

14:40-15:00

Jian Dai

Frequency-stabilized Opto-electronic Oscillator

15:05-15:20

Peter Madsen

PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF 10G-CLASS PARTIAL RESPONSE MULTILEVEL MODULATION FORMATS IN ACCESS NETWORK SCENARIOS WITH LIMITED ELECTRONIC BANDWIDTH

15:25-15:50

Wanting Lv

Direct Detection of PAM4 Signals With Receiver-Side Digital Signal Processing for Bandwidth-Efficient Short-Reach Optical Transmissions

15:55-16:10

Yi Lei

Space-Division-Multiplexed Transmission of IEEE 802.11ac-compliant 3×3 WLAN Signals over 200-m Conventional Graded-Index Multimode Fiber

S2-b   5 Sept.   Chair: Jiangbing DU

16:55-17:15

TANG Xuan

POLARISATION MODULATED FREE-SPACE OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

17:20-17:40

Yongheng Dai

High-speed LED-ID Reading Based on OCC Using Rolling Shutter Camera

17:45-18:00

Zhuili Huang

An In-band OSNR Monitoring Technique based on Normalized Autocorrelation Function

S2-c   7 Sept.    Chair: FU Songnian

8:30-8:50

Ting Mei

Generating vector/vortex beams in optical fiber with wavelength tunability

8:55-9:15

Lei Wei

Multimaterial fibers – an innovative platform for in-fiber advanced functional devices

9:20-9:40

Guo-Wei LU

Coherently-Pumped Wavelength Multicast of Multi-level Modulated Optical Signals with Tolerance against Phase Noise from Pumps

9:45-10:00

Rui Xu

Disaster Survivability in Elastic Optical Datacenter Networks

S2-d   7 Sept.   Chair: Lei WEI

10:30-10:50

FU Songnian

Acquisition and processing of 4x128Gbps PDM-QPSK signals by linear optical sampling Technique

10:55-11:15

Jing  Xu

All-optical wavelength conversion of mode division multiplexed superchannels

11:20-11:40

Luming Zhao

Various period doubling in fiber lasers

11:45-12:05

LIN Bo

Microwave Generation Based on Novel Fiber Lasers

12:10-12:25

Wenjun Li

Cross-Layer Security Based on Optical CDMA and Algorithmic Cryptography

S3. Micro/Nano Optics and Optoelectronic Devices
S3-a   5 Sept.   Chair: Tao Chu

10:30-10:50

Ye Mingyong

Ringing phenomenon in whispering-gallery-mode microresonator and its potential application in sensing

10:55-11:15

Lin YANG

Silicon Optical Matrix Processor for Parallel Computing

11:20-11:40

WONG, Chi Yan

Silicon Modulator for Next Generation Metro Network

11:45-12:05

Shi Lei

Integrated broadband passive optical diode

11:55-12:10

Zhengliang Ren

A Graphene-based Single-wavelength Silicon Evanescent Laser

S3-b   5 Sept.   Chair: Ye Mingyong

14:00-14:20

Linjie Zhou

Optical power detection using a silicon waveguide-based resistive microheater

14:25-14:45

Tao Chu,

Photonic Network and Key Optoelectronic Devices in Datacenters

14:50-15:05

Chen Xiyao

Department of Physics and Electronic Information Engineering, Minjiang University

15:10-15:30

Jian Wang

Recent Advances in Km-Scale Twisted Light Interconnects using Orbital Angular Momentum Fiber

15:35-15:55

Ciyuan Qiu

Silicon photonic devices for high-speed signal modulation and switching

16:00-16:15

LIU Liu

Waveguide, multiplexer, and interface structures for mode division multiplexing on silicon

S4. Biophotonics and Biomedical Optics
S4-a   5 Sept.   Chair: Tymish Y. Ohulchanskyy

14:00-14:20

Junle QU

Fluorescence lifetime imaging: super-resolution & single particle microenvironment sensing

14:25-14:45

Kenneth Kin-Yip Wong

A new arena for fiber optical parametric amplifiers
beyond communications

14:50-15:05

Jian Ye

Gap Enhanced Raman Tags (GERTs) for Bioimaging

15:10-15:25

Wu Tingting

Mid-infrared biosensing with tunable graphene plasmons

S4-b   5 Sept.   Chair: Kenneth Kin-Yip Wong

16:30-16:50

Tymish Y. Ohulchanskyy

Optical imaging probes to guide light activated therapy

16:55-17:15

Guanghui Wang

Silicon based optical manipulation and its application in optofluidics

17:20-17:35

Qianqian Wu

Acquiring fluorescence lifetime of moving single particles
along their trails

17:40-17:55

Shaozhuang Yang

Monitor the Effect of Kartogenin on Rat Cartilage Repair  with SD-OCT

S5. Optical metrology, Sensing, Imaging and Displaying
S5   5 Sept.   Chair: Guanghui Wang

10:30-10:50

JIANG hao

Nondestructive characterization of nanostructures using Mueller Matrix Ellipsometry

10:55-11:15

Lin ZHANG

Broadband Nonlinear Applications of Dispersion Engineered Integrated Devices
in Mid-infrared

11:20-11:40

Su Shuangping

The improvement of classical camera calibration method

11:45-12:00

Dora Hu Juan Juan

Exploitation of specialty fibers for disruptive sensor technology

S6. Laser Technology and Industrial Application
S6   5 Sept.   Chair: Aoxiang Lin

10:40-11:00

Quan-Zhong Zhao

Subwavelengh nanostructures fabricated by ultrashort pulsed lasers and their applications

11:05-11:25

Betty Zhang Meng

Hollow Metallic Fiber for Low-loss Broadband Infrared Transmission

11:30-11:50

Wenxin Zheng

Fabrication of Long Period Fiber Gratings with CO2 Laser
Fusion Splicers

11:50-12:05

Zhang Limeng

640-Gbit/s fast physical random number generation using a broadband chaotic semiconductor laser

SS I: 2D Material in Optoelectronics
SS I –a   5 Sept.   Session Chair: Haixin Chang

10:30-10:40

Qiaoliang Bao

Photonics of two-dimensional materials: graphene and beyond

10:45-11:05

Chen Huanjun

Plasmonics in Graphene and Its Nanostructures

11:10-11:30

Haohai Yu

Research progress of low-dimensional passive optical switches

11:35-11:55

Kan Wu

Low-noise mode-locked fiber laser based on 2D transition metal dichalcogenides and its applications in microwave photonics

12:00-12:20

Zhengqian Luo

Ultra-compact Er:ZBLAN all-fiber lasers for 0.54, 1.7 and 2.45 μm pulse generation

 

SS I - b   5 Sept.   Session Chair: Qiaoliang Bao

13:50-14:10

Kai Zhang

Plasmonic and band structure engineering: towards efficient tailoring the optoelectronic properties of 2D materials

14:15-14:35

Haixin Chang

Graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) atomic crystals for two-dimensional photonics

14:40-14:55

Shige Wang

Molybdenum disulfide-based 2D nanosheets for multifunctional tumor therapy

15:00-15:20

ZhiChao Luo

Two-Dimensional Materials-based Photonic Devices for Rogue Wave Generation in Fiber Lasers

15:25-15:45

Wenjun Liu

Broadband erbium-doped fiber laser with two dimensional material saturable absorbers

15:45-16:05

Dangyuan Lei

Exciton resonance effects in the optoelectronic properties of MoS2 nanomaterials

SS I –c   5 Sept.   Session Chair: Haohai Yu

16:20-16:40

Peiguang Yan

Atomic-layer MoSe2 as a saturable absorber for passively Q-switched fiber lasers

16:45-17:05

Jianfeng Li

Hybrid mode-locked Tm-doped fiber laser and pulse amplification based on Loyt filter and SWCNT

17:10-17:25

Shaobo Fang

High-Repetition-Rate Sub-Cycle Waveform Synthesis

17:30-17:50

Suting Han

MoS2 based flexible memory devices

17:50-18:05

Yang Tan

Tailoring van der waals interaction between heterostructure and optical waveguide through ion irradiation

SS I –d   5 Sept.   Session Chair: Zhengqian Luo

16:30-16:50

Meng Zhang

Low-dimensional nano-materials for fiber laser technology

16:55-17:15

Peng Huang

Graphene oxide for imaging-guided phototherapy

17:20-17:40

Zhenhua Sun

Graphene in hybrid photo-detectors

17:45-18:05

Qianjun He

Advanced Low-Dimension Nano-medicines for Controlled Gas Release

18:05-18:25

Ye Zhou

Controllable charge transport in polymer/two-dimensional material hybrids

SS II: Key Devices and Technologies in Optical Interconnects
SS II –a   5 Sept.   Chair: Wang Jian

13:30-13:50

 Yikai Su, Shanghai

Silicon building blocks for wavelength, polarization and mode selective switches

13:55-14:15

Kangping Zhong,

Advanced DSP for optical coherent communications

14:20-14:40

Tianjian Zuo

Low-cost tunable semiconductor laser

14:45-15:05

Jianping Li

Multimode-multiplexing-based technology for low-cost short-reach optical interconnect

SS II –b   5 Sept.   Chair: LI Zhaohui

15:15-15:35

Fan Li

 Experiment demonstration of four-channel WDM 560 Gbit/s 128QAM-DMT using IM/DD for 2-km optical interconnect   

15:40-16:00

Long Zhu

Free-space optical communications using vortex beams

16:05-16:25

Xiangfei Chen

Low-cost tunable semiconductor laser

16:30-16:50

Yaocheng Shi

Silicon multimode photonic integrated devices for on-chip mode-division-multiplexed optical interconnects