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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Afanasiev, Andrei V., 2F

Albalawi, A., 0D

Albalawi, W., 0D

Alouini, M., 2G

Aluicio-Sarduy, Eduardo, 0O

Amani, Reza, 15

Antas, Joe, 1P

Antipenkov, Roman, 12

Arar, Ouiza, 2S

Armellini, C., 0M, 2C

Arshad, Muhammad Assad, 3F

Aubrecht, Jan, 15, 2L

Aviel, Matitya, 23

Babin, Sergey A., 34

Baghdasary, H., 2A

Bakule, Pavel, 12

Balda, R., 0D

Baldini, F., 0F

Ballato, John, 02, 1F

Balu Gaumer, N., 2W

Banczyk, Maria, 3G

Barsalou, Justin, 1P

Bartelt, Hartmut, 3F

Batysta, František, 12

Behague, F., 0I

Bekhrad, P., 3A

Bellingeri, Michele, 2M

Belogolovskii, Dmitrii, 3P

Benayad, Abdelmjid, 29

Benson, T. M., 2A

Bernal, M.-P., 0I

Berneschi, S., 0F

Bernhardi, E. H., 0B

Bernini, R., 0F

Bhaktha, Shivakiran B. N., 2D, 3N

Bidault, X., 2W

Blanc, W., 0D, 1F, 2P, 2W

Bobrinetskiy, Ivan I., 3B

Boge, Robert, 12

Bondu, F., 2G

Booker, Phillip, 20

Borak, B., 0M, 2P

Borschneck, D., 1F

Bouajaj, A., 2P

Boucher, Yann, 0Q, 2C

Bouska, M., 0A

Brasse, Gurvan, 29

Braud, Alain, 1J, 29, 3H

Brown, C. T. A., 0W

Brunel, M., 2G

Burger, Sven, 18, 36

Byman, Ville, 18

Cabié, M., 1F

Cadier, B., 2G

Calero, V., 0I

Callegari, Simone, 0O

Calvo, María L., 19

Camy, Patrice, 1J, 29, 3H

Carré, A., 2G

Caspar, A., 0I

Cassi, Davide, 2M

Cassidy, Derek J., 2J

Castagna, Natascia, 1B, 36

Cattaruzza, E., 0T

Cavillon, Maxime, 02

Černohorská, Jitka, 15

Chaikina, E. I., 0N

Chamorovskii, Yuri, 1O

Chaussedent, S., 1F, 2W

Cheben, Pavel, 19

Chiappini, Andrea, 0G, 0M, 1Y, 2P

Chiasera, Alessandro, 0D, 0M, 0Q, 1Y, 2C, 2M

Choudhary, A., 08, 0W

Chrunik, M., 0S

Churkin, Dmitry V., 0N, 2I, 35

Cichy, Bartłomiej, 07

Clemente, Caterina, 0L

Clevy, C., 0I

Cojocaru, C., 0E

Cosi, F., 0F

Courjal, N., 0I

Criante, Luigino, 2M

Dag, Ceren B., 09

Dambon, Olaf, 0C

Das, Pratyusha, 2D

Della Valle, Giuseppe, 2M

Derkowska-Zielinska, B., 2C

Desii, Andrea, 0O

de Varona, Omar, 20

Dijkstra, M., 0B

Djellout, Djillali, 2S

Djellout, Hocine, 2S

Dorosz, Dominik, 16, 2C, 2N, 3K

Dostovalov, Alexandr V., 34

Doualan, Jean-Louis, 1J, 29, 3H

Dragic, Peter, 02

Dramicanin, Miroslav D., 1Y

Drozhzhin, Anton, 1P

Dumeige, Y., 0F

Dupuy, Julien, 38

Eggleton, B. J., 08

Emelianov, Aleksei V., 3B

Endo, Akira, 15

Enrichi, F., 0T

Eustache, C., 0I

Falconi, Mario Christian, 0L, 2A

Farago, Paul, 2E

Farnesi, D., 0F

Fedotov, Andrei, 1O

Fernandez, Toney Teddy, 0L

Féron, Patrice, 0F, 0G

Ferrari, Maurizio, 0D, 0G, 0M, 0Q, 0T, 16, 1Y, 2C, 2M, 2N, 2P, 2X

Figueroa del Valle, Diana Gisell, 0O

Filippov, Valery, 1O

Fneich, H., 1F, 2W

Frein, L., 2G

Frigenti, G., 0F

Galatus, Ramona, 2E

Galzerano, Gianluca, 0L

Gapontsev, Valentin, 1P

Garcia Gunning, Fatima C., 2Q

Garmendia, Iker, 03

Gavrilovic, Tamara V., 1Y

Gebavi, Hrvoje, 0D, 0G

Gerasymchuk, Y., 0M

Geskus, D., 0B

Ghosh, Subhabrata, 3N

Girtan, Mihaela, 1Z

Glick, Yaakov, 23

Głuchowski, P., 0S

Godbout, Nicolas, 3F

Gognau, Alexandre, 1Q, 38

Golant, Konstantin, 1O

Gonella, F., 0T Goossens, J.-P., 1J

Gorbunov, O., 35

Górny, Agata, 2N, 2X

Green, Jonathan T., 12

Guichaoua, D., 2W

Guillemet, Sébastien, 38

Guionie, M., 2G

Gumenyuk, Regina, 1O

Gurban, Dean, 0L

Gutwirth, J., 0A

Haapalainen, Mertsi, 18

Hafienne, I., 3H

Hannan, Tyndale, 2K

Hartung, Alexander, 3F

Hawkins, Thomas, 02

Healy, John J., 2J

Hernandez, Yves, 1Q, 38

Herrero-Bermello, Alaine, 19

Hidai, Hirofumi, 0R

Hochheim, Sven, 20

Honzátko, P., 2L

Horáček, Martin, 12

Hubka, Zbynek, 12

Iakushev, Sergii, 37

Ignatenko, Oleg, 07

Indra, Lukaš, 12

Ismail, N., 0B

Ivanda, Mile, 0F, 0G, 0Q, 2Y

Ivanov, H., 3A

Jadach, R., 16

Jäger, Matthias, 3F

Janz, Siegfried, 19

Jaroszewski, K., 0S

Jelínek, Michal, 15

Jenket, Bruce, 1P

Jovanovic, Dragana J., 1Y

Kablukov, Sergey I., 34

Kamrádek, M., 2L

Kannan, P., 0W

Kašík, I., 2L

Kasprowicz, D., 0S

Kavanagh, Niamh, 2Q

Khan, I., 39

Kishi, Tetsuo, 0R

Klocke, Fritz, 0C

Kochanowicz, M., 16

Konovalova, Alexandra, 07

Konyashkin, Alexei, 3P

Kores, C. C., 0B

Korolkov, Andrei, 3P

Korytin, Alexey, 3K

Kracht, Dietmar, 20, 37

Kriegel, Ilka, 0O, 2M

Krolikowski, W., 0E

Kubecek, V., 2L

Kucera, Courtney, 02, 1F

Kudryashov, Mikhail, 3K

Kukaev, Alexander, 3O

Lagatsky, A., 0W

Laneve, Dario, 0L

Lassila, Antti, 18

Lecourt, Jean-Bernard, 1Q, 38

Leduc, Mikaël, 3F

Lee, Regina, 19

Lehman, O., 0I

Leitgeb, E., 3A

Lesniak, M., 16

Li, Jiang, 2U

Liu, Y., 08

Loas, G., 2G

Logunov, Alexandr, 3K

Loiko, P., 1X

Louvet, G., 3H

Lucianetti, Antonio, 15

Lukowiak, Anna, 07, 0D, 0M, 0Q, 16, 1Y, 2C, 2M, 2P

Lukyanov, Dmitry, 3O

Lupi, J.-F., 1F

Lutz, P., 0I

Ma, P., 08

Madden, S., 08

Majchrowski, A., 0S

Makarenko, Maxim O., 2I

Malallah, Ra'ed, 2J

Marciniak, M., 2A

Marpaung, D., 08

Martucci, A., 0T, 2C

Mashin, Aleksandr, 3K

Massella, D., 2C

Matsushita, Nobuhiro, 0R

Mazzola, Maurizio, 0G

Mehdi, A., 1F, 2W

Mei, Xuesong, 2U

Melloni, Andrea, 2T, 3I

Memon, Faisal Ahmed, 2T, 3I

Meroni, Cesare, 0Q

Michalski, E., 0S

Miluski, P., 16

Mocek, Tomáš, 15

Mochalov, Leonid, 3K

Mokdad, Rabah, 2S

Montant, S., 1J

Morel, Jacques, 1B, 36

Morichetti, Francesco, 2T, 3I

Mrázek, J., 2L

Mukherjee, Subhrajit, 2D

Murzanev, Aleksey, 3K

Naylon, Jack A., 12

Nazabal, V., 0A, 3H

Nemec, P., 0A

Nemov, Ilya N., 34

Neumann, Jörg, 20, 37

Neuville, D. R., 1F, 2W

Nezhdanov, Aleksey, 3K

Noritake, Fumiya, 0R

Normani, S., 1J

Noronen, Teppo, 1O

Novák, Jakub, 12

Novák, Ondrej, 15

Nunzi Conti, G., 0F, 2Y

Ocaña, Roberto, 03

Odnoblyudov, Maxim, 1O

Olejniczak, Adam, 07

Otero, Nerea, 3B

Ottini, R., 0T

Pan, Aifei, 2U

Pawlik, Natalia, 3G

Pearl, Shaul, 23

Pechev, S., 0A

Pelli, S., 0F

Persichetti, G., 0F

Pestov, Dmitry, 1P

Peterka, Pavel, 15, 2A, 2L

Peters, F., 1F

Petrov, Andrey, 1O

Pfeiffer, Pierre, 2S

Pflaum, Christoph, 2K, 2O

Pinsard, E., 2G

Písařík, Michael, 15

Pisarska, Joanna, 16, 2N, 2X

Pisarski, Wojciech A., 16, 2N, 2X, 3G

Platonov, Nikolai, 1P

Podmore, Hugh, 19

Podrazký, O., 2L Pollnau, M., 0B, 1X

Prabhakar, A., 39

Prudenzano, Francesco, 0F, 0L, 2A

Ramponi, Roberta, 0Q, 2M

Raso, P., 2W

Ray, Samit K., 2D

Riello, P., 0T

Righini, Giancarlo C., 0F, 0Q, 0T, 16, 2C, 2N, 2X

Rissanen, Joona, 1O

Ristic, Davor, 0F, 0G, 0Q, 2P, 2Y

Robert, B., 0I

Robinson, Edward, 1B

Romanelli, M., 2G

Romanova, Elena A., 2F, 2Y

Romashkin, Alexander, 3K

Romero, Pablo M., 3B

Rus, Bedrich, 12

Russell, Eoin, 2Q

Ryabtsev, Anton, 1P

Ryabushkin, Oleg, 3P

Saastamoinen, Kimmo, 18

Safronov, Daniil, 3O

Salut, R., 0I

Samartsev, Igor, 1P

Scalora, M., 0E

Schmid, Jens H., 19

Scotognella, Francesco, 0O, 0Q, 2M

Scott, Alan, 19

Seddon, A. B., 2A

Serpengüzel, Ali, 09

Sevian, Armen, 1P

Shamir, Yariv, 23

Shepherd, D. P., 0W

Sheridan, John T., 2J

Shiryaev, Vladimir S., 2F, 2Y

Shortiss, Kevin, 2Q

Shpak, Maksim, 18

Sidi Ahmed, Zaina, 2S

Simon, Q., 0A

Sitarz, M., 16

Smirnov, Sergey V., 2I

Smrž, Martin, 15

Sojka, L., 2A

Sołtys, Marta, 16, 2N, 2X

Soria Huguet, S., 0F, 2Y

Soriano, Carlos, 03

Soulard, R., 1J

Speranza, Giorgio, 0Q

Springer, Ramon, 2K, 2O

Srinivasan, B., 39

Starecki, F., 3H

Steinke, Michael, 20, 37

Stepanov, Andrey, 3K

Stoffel, D., 1J

Strek, Wieslaw, 07, 0M, 2P

Suarez, M., 0I

Sugavanam, S., 35

Sujecki, Slawomir, 2A

Sukhanov, Maxim V., 2F

Sukhorukov, Andrey A., 2I

Switkowski, K., 0E

Szpikowska-Sroka, Barbara, 3G

Taccheo, Stefano, 0D, 0M, 0Q, 2A, 2C, 2P

Testa, Luc, 36

Theeg, Thomas, 20

Tomala, Robert, 07, 2P

Tran, Lam Thi Ngoc, 1Y, 2C

Tran, T. T. V., 2C

Trave, E., 0T

Trull, J., 0E

Turlier, J., 1F, 2W

Tykalewicz, Boguslaw, 12

Usanov, Dmitry, 3K

Valle, S., 27

Vallés, Juan, 2E

Vallet, M., 2G

Varas, Stefano, 0Q, 2C, 2M

Vatnik, Ilya D., 0N, 2I, 35

Velasco, Aitor V., 19

Velmuzhov, Alexander P., 2F

Vennéguès, P., 1F

Venus, George, 1P

Vermillac, M., 1F, 2W

Vogel, Paul-Alexander, 0C

Vomiero, A., 0T

Vu, Anh Tuan, 0C

Vu, K., 08

Wan, Meher, 2D

Wan, Min, 2J

Wang, B., 0E

Wang, Wenjun, 2U

Ward, J., 27

Wellmann, Felix, 20

Wessels, Peter, 20, 37

Wolf, Alexey A., 34

Xu, Dan-Xia, 19

Yakubovskaya, Galina, 3O

Yang, Hui, 1B

Yano, Tetsuji, 0R

Yoshida, Yukihiro, 0R

Yusim, A., 1P

Zakwan, Muhammad, 09

Zhaludkevich, Aliaksandr, 07

Zhivotkov, Daniil, 0G, 2Y

Zlobina, Ekaterina A., 34

Zmojda, J., 16

Zonta, D., 2C

Zur, Lidia, 0Q, 0T, 1Y, 2C, 2M, 2N, 2X

Conference Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • Francis Berghmans, Vrijie Universteit Brussel (Belgium)

    Thierry Georges, Oxxius SA (France)

    Harald Giessen, Universität Stuttgart (Germany)

    Paul C. Montgomery, Université de Strasbourg (France)

Conference Chairs

  • Stefano Taccheo, Swansea University (United Kingdom)

    Jacob I. Mackenzie, University of Southampton (United Kingdom)

    Maurizio Ferrari, CNR-Istituto di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie (Italy)

Conference Programme Committee

  • Rolindes Balda, Universidad del País Vasco (Spain)

    Patrice Camy, Centre de Recherche sur les Ions, les Matériaux et la Photonique (France)

    Yanne K. K. Chembo, FEMTO-ST (France)

    Amol Choudhary, The University of Sydney (Australia)

    Cosimo D'Andrea, Politecnico di Milano (Italy)

    Miroslav Dramicanin, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

    Ulrich Hefter, ROFIN-SINAR Laser GmbH (Germany)

    Shibin Jiang, AdValue Photonics, Inc. (United States)

    Udo Klotzbach, Fraunhofer IWS Dresden (Germany)

    Antti Lassila, MIKES Mittatekniikan keskus (Finland)

    Antonio Lucianetti, HiLASE Center (Czech Republic)

    Anna Luiza Lukowiak, Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research (Poland)

    Virginie Nazabal, Université de Rennes 1 (France)

    Nasser N. Peyghambarian, College of Optical Sciences, The University of Arizona (United States)

    Francesco Prudenzano, Politecnico di Bari (Italy)

    Alexander Quandt, University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)

    Gediminas Raciukaitis, Center for Physical Sciences and Technology (Lithuania)

    Angela B. Seddon, The University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

    Akira Shirakawa, The University of Electro-Communications (Japan)

    Irina T. Sorokina, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Session Chairs

  • 1 From Glass to Applications I

    Stefano Taccheo, Swansea University (United Kingdom)

  • 2 From Glass to Applications II

    Jacob I. Mackenzie, University of Southampton (United Kingdom)

  • 3 Materials and Components I

    Francesco Scotognella, Politecnico di Milano (Italy)

  • 4 Fibers and Waveguide Sources

    Angela B. Seddon, The University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

  • 5 Materials and Components II

    Akira Shirakawa, The University of Electro-Communications (Japan)

  • 6 Applications and Metrology

    Amol Choudhary, The University of Sydney (Australia)

  • 7 Applications and Sources

    Cosimo D'Andrea, Politecnico di Milano (Italy)

  • 8 Special Session: PHOTIND EMPIR European Project

    Antti Lassila, MIKES Mittatekniikan keskus (Finland)

  • 9 Materials and Components III

    Dragana Jovanovic, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences (Serbia)

  • 10 Industrial Session

    Stefano Taccheo, Swansea University (United Kingdom)

  • JS Mode-locked Fibre Lasers: Joint Session between Conferences 10683 and 10684

    Neil G. R. Broderick, The University of Auckland (New Zealand)

  • 11 Materials and Components

    Maurizio Ferrari, CNR-Istituto di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie (Italy)

  • 12 High-Power Fiber Lasers

    Patrice Camy, Centre de Recherche sur les Ions, les Matériaux et la Photonique (France)

  • 13 Special Session: Minerva Project and Mid-infrared Materials and Sources Elena Romanov, Saratov State University (Russian Federation)

  • 14 Special Session Dedicated to Early Stage Researchers and Woman Scientists

    Anna Lukowiak, Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research (Poland)

Introduction

It is an honor and a great pleasure for us to introduce the inaugural proceedings of this new conference, “Fiber Lasers and Glass Photonics: Materials through Applications”. Our concept for starting this conference in the framework of the SPIE Photonics Europe Symposium was driven by the need to have a multidisciplinary place where scientists researching fiber and waveguide lasers, photonics, and glasses, could discuss and cooperate to develop new physics, new devices, and new applications. The bottom up approach, through the whole scientific chain, from materials to lasers to applications and industrial end users has been targeted and we all hope the reader will find it a stimulating overview, with new inputs for new ideas. The main areas are glass materials and functionalized photonic structures, fiber and waveguide lasers, and device applications.

Glass materials, both active and passive, and photonic structures are the cornerstones of scientific and technological developments across a broad spectrum of applications. Glasses, optical and functionalized waveguides, planar photonic integrated circuits, waveguide gratings and arrays, photonic-crystal heterostructures, hybrid micro-resonators, optical fibers, solid state lasers, and nonlinear optical devices, are just some examples of glass-based photonic systems that play a major role in light generation and manipulation for applications in; healthcare, global communications networks, remote sensing systems, biophotonics, smart materials-processing for advanced manufacturing, and next generation computing.

Optical waveguide technologies are becoming increasingly important for novel sources and photonics functionalization on and off chip. These novel devices are opening the door for short-distance data communications and new areas such as dual-comb sources for metrological and sensing applications. Fiber lasers, thanks to their compactness and reliability, have demonstrated high impact in several applications ranging from process, biomedicine, sensing, metrology, and industrial oriented contribution shows that are a suitable solution also for outdoor applications.

This conference embraces a cross-disciplinary approach aim to show the whole potential of photonics, for which its pervasiveness has already been identified as an enabling technology. Through advanced research in laser devices and glass-based optical systems, photonics can contribute to finding new technical solutions to still unsolved problems and pave the way to applications not yet imagined. In these proceedings you will find perspectives for fiber devices looking at improving cancer detection, and state-of the art and future trends on new lasers systems and on the fabrication, characterization, and application of modern glass-based materials and integrated optic structures.

Due to the open multidisciplinary approach a further aim is to underline all the possible convergences, synergies, and interaction among topics and scientific fields, and to provide a common framework for research on optical inorganic materials as well as crystal based waveguiding systems. Among all possible applications of laser sources, a significant focus was on biomedicine with a review of fiber lasers in biophotonics and new frontier based on mid-infrared sources.

The full set of papers submitted for publication in this conference were truly excellent, demanding an important peer review procedure by the committee. The conference consisted of 16 sessions with 145 submitted communications involving scientists from 38 countries across five continents. The results of this conference are represented by the proceedings, which include 80 papers providing a broad overview of state-of-the-art across these multi-disciplinary fields. The presented articles provide insight into fundamental principles and modeling, fabrication, processing, characterization and exploitation of optical glasses, fiber and waveguide lasers and photonic structures for the intelligent management of light. Several doped and undoped materials such as oxides, fluorides, chalcogenide glasses, films, are discussed as well as systems and devices ranging from fiber lasers to waveguides and sensors, with attention to crystals, nanocrystals and transparent glass-ceramics. We are also proud of the organization of the following special sessions focused on EU projects:

  • Minerva (Mid- to Near infrared spectroscopy for improved medical diagnostics)

  • PhotIND (Metrology for the photonics industry: optical fibres, waveguides, and applications)

and for the special session for early stage researchers and women scientists, a moment of great importance to encourage new open mind young scientists. Another significant event was the joint session with the conference, “Nonlinear Optics and its Applications,” where laser devices as well and applications such as oil field leaking monitoring were discussed.

We are indebted to the very pro-active and motivated colleagues of the Program Committee for their crucial help in the organization of the session as well as for their efficient work promoting the conference.

Last but absolutely not least, we wish to express our sincere appreciation to all the staff of Photonics Europe, who kindly and very effectively supported us in building this new conference and the related valuable technical program. A special thanks to Bob Hainsey, who believed in this initiative, to the fantastic SPIE staff who led the construction of this new conference, managed the event flawlessly, and coordinated the proceedings publication.

Stefano Taccheo

Jacob I. Mackenzie

Maurizio Ferrari

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