Opening Conference

The Opening Conference of the NLPQT Project took place on February 18, 2020 at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw. During the conference short presentations on research related to the Project were given by representatives of the Consortium members and invited speakers.

Meeting schedule

Session 1
10:30-11:00Conference opening
welcome address by the Rector of the University of Warsaw
brief presentation of the project
11:00-11:30Maciej Wojtkowski, Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS
Spatio-Temporal optical coherence imaging – new tool for in vivo imaging (invited talk)
11:30-12:00Dariusz Świerad, Fluence
Femtosecond fiber technology – where science meets industry (invited talk)
Session 2
13:00-13:20Grzegorz Soboń, Wrocław University of Science and Technology
Compact optical frequency combs in the near and mid-infrared
13:20-13:40Przemysław Krehlik, AGH University of Science and Technology
Optical fibers in time and frequency transfer
13:40-14:00Bernard Piechal, Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS
Pulse Multiplication in Mamyshev Oscillator
14:00-14:20Karol Tarnowski, Wrocław University of Science and Technology
All-normal dispersion generation of a linearly polarized supercontinuum in an all-fiber system
14:20-14:50Coffee break
Session 3
14:50-15:10Wojciech Gawlik, Jagiellonian University
Color centers in diamond (invited talk)
15:10-15:30Marcin Bober, Nicolaus Copernicus University
Progress in optical atomic clocks at KL FAMO, UMK
15:30-15:50Piotr Kolenderski,  Nicolaus Copernicus University
Photons for micro and macro applications
15:50-16:10Radek Łapkiewicz, University of Warsaw
What can photon pair detection do for super-resolution microscopy and phase imaging?
16:10-16:30Coffee break
Session 4
16:30-16:50Paweł Mergo, Maria Curie Skłodowska University
Technologies of selected classic and microstructured optical fibers from silica glass and high silica glasses
16:50-17:10Erwin Maciak, Silesian University of Technology
Photonic sensing structures based on functional materials for applications in physical-chemical sensors
17:10-17:30Tomasz Stefaniuk, University of Warsaw
Photonic nanostructures in basic and applied research

Abstracts (click to see)