Finally back in Germany – 27th International Semiconductor Laser Conference
In 2021, the renowned International Semiconductor Laser Conference (ISLC) will be held in Germany for the first time in nineteen years. The conference is scheduled 10 – 14 October in Potsdam. Submission of abstracts until 14 May 2021.
The ISLC is dedicated to latest developments in semiconductor lasers, amplifiers and LEDs. It represents excellence from all global regions and in all areas of currently active semiconductor laser research. ISLC 2021 and the associated exhibition are organized by the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Berlin and supported by IEEE Photonics Society as technical sponsor.
A full list of topics and committees, including many confirmed laser legend, plenary and invited speakers as well as workshops on highly relevant topics is provided on the conference website https://www.islc2021.org/home. For updates, register via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proceedings: first call for papers
A two-page abstract of a conference paper can be submitted until 14 May 2021. Submission and registration on the website will open in April 2021.
All accepted and presented papers will be published on IEEE Xplore, adding to the more than 30 years of ISLC proceedings already available. The ISLC also gives authors the opportunity to submit an expanded version of their conference article to a special issue of IEEE Photonics Journal that will follow after the conference.
More about ISLC
The ISLC has more than 50 years of tradition, attended by a highly international audience and with locations cycling between the Americas, Asia/Australia and Europe/Mid-East/Africa regions every two years. Since its founding, many new and ground-breaking semiconductor devices have been first presented at this conference. The ISLC was last in Germany in 2002. The ISLC will take place, in person in Potsdam (preferred) or virtually, depending on the public health situation late in 2021.
Topics include: semiconductor optical amplifiers, silicon compatible lasers, VCSELs, photonic band-gap and microcavity lasers, grating controlled lasers, multi-segment and ring lasers, quantum cascade and interband laser, sub-wavelength scale nanolasers, mid IR and THz sources, InP, GaAs and Sb materials, quantum dot lasers, high power and high-brightness lasers, GaN and ZnSe based UV to visible lasers and LEDs, communications lasers, semiconductor integrated optoelectronics.
Paul Crump – Ferdinand-Braun-Institut