Apr 30, 2021, 10:22 AM
Apr 6, 2021, 11:28 AM

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Thursday March 25, 2021 at 10:00-15:15 in Zoom
Organized by Tampere University

Please register by 24.3.2021  Registered participants will be sent a link to the on-line event.

All registered participants have been sent a calendar invite with the Zoom link. If you have not received the calendar invite/Zoom link, please contact Tea Vellamo (tea.vellamo@tuni.fi)

Scope of the workshop:

  • Introduce project activities and technologies related to light sources at PREIN research sites
  • Present highlights of specific topics with high potential for collaboration
  • Introduce more researchers to the PREIN community – presentations by postdocs and PhD students forms the main part of the event
  • Discussion of common research topics and new project initiatives (in breakout rooms).


10:00-10:05 Introduction and overview of PREIN research targets (Mircea Guina)

10:05-10:45 Overview of research at PREIN partner organizations (field, technology and applications, projects) 

  • TAU/ Mircea Guina (chair)
  • VTT/ Guillaume Genoud
  • Aalto/ Zhipei Sun
  • UEF/ Matthieu Roussey

10:45-12:00 Scientific highlights sessions: (Chair: Guillaume Genoud, VTT)

Semiconductor-based light sources

  • Monolithic semiconductor light sources for quantum photonic integration on Si Teemu Hakkarainen, TA
  • Light-emitting III–V nanowires on flexible plastic substratesVladislav Khayrudinov, Aalto
  • Wavelength scaling with membrane external cavity semiconductor lasers Hoy-My Phung, TAU

Fiber-based light sources

  • High power fiber-based laser systems Andrey Fedetov, TAU
  • Actively modulated lasers with graphene electro-optic modulators Diao Li, Aalto

12:00-12:45 Lunch break

12:45-14:30 Scientific highlights (continuation) (Chair: Zhipei Sun, Aalto; Matthieu Roussey, UEF)

Hybrid sources and emerging technologies

  • Hybrid lasers: when III-V gain chips meet low-loss silicon chips Matteo Cherchi, VTT
  • Wavefront-folding interferometry for coherence characterization of novel light sources Atri Halder, UE
  • Application of machine learning to control and characterise ultrafast light sources Goery Genty, TAU​​​​​​​
  • Light sources for precision metrology Thomas Fordell, VTT​​​​​​​
  • Beaming properties of a plasmonic lattice laser Benjamin Asamoah, UEF
  • Perovskites for emission/detection in THz Petr Obraztsov, UEF
  • Development of luminescent glasses and glass-ceramics Laeticia Petit, TAU

Short break

14:45-15:15 Discussion on collaborative actions and new topics (break out rooms; partners can prepare short pitching slide or other relevant material for discussions):

  • Session 1: Lights sources for quantum technology Chair Matteo Cherchi, VTT
  • Session 2: Light sources for spectroscopy and sensing Chair Guillaume Genoud, VTT
  • Session 3: Technology platforms (e.g. SiPh, MBE, fiber, other gain media)​​​​​​​ Chair: Mircea Guina, TAU

15:15-15.30 Conclusions and future actions

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