23 April 2015 Front Matter: Volume 9379
Proceedings Volume 9379, Complex Light and Optical Forces IX; 937901 (2015) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2191441
Event: SPIE OPTO, 2015, San Francisco, California, United States
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Authors

Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four 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.

  • Alieva, Tatiana, 0P

  • Alpmann, Christina, 08, 0U

  • Andrews, David L., 0Q

  • Bañas, Andrew, 0M, 0O

  • Barroso, Álvaro, 0U

  • Beach, K., 0A

  • Bock, M., 03

  • Bradshaw, David S., 0Q

  • Brüning, Robert, 0K

  • Brunne, J., 03

  • Buscher, Tim, 0U

  • Carli, M., 05

  • Cheng, X., 0G

  • Cornaglia, Matteo, 0W

  • Cubero, David, 0L

  • Denz, Cornelia, 08, 0U

  • Dieckmann, Katrin, 0U

  • Duparré, Michael, 0K

  • Flamm, Daniel, 0K

  • Forbes, Andrew, 0K

  • Galvez, Enrique J., 0A, 0G

  • Gijs, Martin A. M., 0W

  • Glückstad, Jesper, 0M, 0O

  • Götte, Jörg B., 0R

  • Grunwald, R., 03

  • Guerreiro, A., 0N

  • Huang, Hongxin, 0J

  • Inoue, Takashi, 0J

  • Jones, Philip H., 0L

  • Jorge, P. A. S., 0N

  • Jukić, Dario, 0R

  • Kebede, K., 0G

  • Khajavi, B., 0A, 0G

  • König, S., 03

  • Kopylov, Oleksii, 0M, 0O

  • Kumar, Vijay, 07, 09

  • Lehnert, Thomas, 0W

  • Luo, Jia, 0J

  • Marrucci, Lorenzo, 07

  • Massari, M., 05

  • Matsui, Yoshinori, 0J

  • Otte, E., 08

  • Palima, Darwin, 0M, 0O

  • Pandey, Rishabh, 0F

  • Piccirillo, Bruno, 07

  • Pohl, Thomas, 0R

  • Richards, Christopher J., 0L

  • Rodrigo, José A., 0P

  • Rodrigues Ribeiro, R. S., 0N

  • Romanato, F., 05

  • Ruffato, G., 05

  • Samlan, C. T., 0F

  • Santamato, E., 07

  • Schlickriede, C., 08

  • Schulze, Chistian, 0K

  • Smart, Thomas J., 0L

  • Soppera, O., 0N

  • Studer, Armido, 0U

  • Toyoda, Haruyoshi, 0J

  • Treffer, A., 03

  • Trouillon, Raphaël, 0W

  • Viegas, J., 0N

  • Villangca, Mark, 0M, 0O

  • Viswanathan, Nirmal K., 09, 0F

  • Wallrabe, U., 03

  • Yang, Hui, 0W

  • Zeosky, J. J., 0A

Conference Committee

  • Symposium Chairs

    • David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

    • Alexei L. Glebov, OptiGrate Corporation (United States)

  • Symposium Co-chairs

    • Jean-Emmanuel Broquin, IMEP-LAHC (France)

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

  • Program Track Chair

    • Zameer U. Hasan, Temple University (United States)

  • Conference Chairs

    • Enrique J. Galvez, Colgate University (United States)

    • Jesper Glückstad, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

    • David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

  • Conference Program Committee

    • Robert R. Alfano, The City College of New York (United States)

    • Cornelia Denz, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Germany)

    • Kishan Dholakia, University of St. Andrews (United Kingdom)

    • Wolfgang A. Ertmer, Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany)

    • Andrew Forbes, CSIR National Laser Center (South Africa)

    • Jörg B. Götte, Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme (Germany)

    • David G. Grier, New York University (United States)

    • Rüdiger Grunwald, Max-Born-Institut für Nichtlineare Optik und Kurzzeitspektroskopie (Germany)

    • Jandir M. Hickmann, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)

    • Thomas R. Huser, Universität Bielefeld (Germany)

    • Lorenzo Marrucci, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (Italy)

    • Miles J. Padgett, University of Glasgow (United Kingdom)

    • Darwin Palima, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

    • Monika Ritsch-Marte, Medizinische Universität Innsbruck (Austria)

    • Halina H. Rubinsztein-Dunlop, The University of Queensland (Australia)

    • Marat S. Soskin, Institute of Physics (Ukraine)

    • Grover A. Swartzlander Jr., Rochester Institute of Technology (United States)

    • Nirmal K. Viswanathan, University of Hyderabad (India)

  • Session Chairs

    • 1 Optical Beam Sculpturing Enrique J. Galvez, Colgate University (United States)

    • 2 Polarization in Complex Light Giovanni Milione, The City College of New York (United States)

    • 3 Quantum Effects Wolfgang A. Ertmer, Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany)

    • 4 Quantum Complex Light Giovanni Milione, The City College of New York (United States)

    • 5 Structured Light in Photonics Instrumentation: Joint Session with Conferences 9369 and 9379 Yakov G. Soskind, DHPC Technologies (United States) Enrique J. Galvez, Colgate University (United States)

    • 6 Optical Tweezers David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

    • 7 Optical Flows Jörg B. Götte, Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme (Germany)

    • 8 Optical Forces Enrique J. Galvez, Colgate University (United States)

Introduction

Complex Light and Optical Forces had its ninth meeting 11–12 February 2015, in San Francisco, California, United States. It was particularly auspicious timing to have a conference on fundamental and applied aspects of light in 2015, designated the International Year of Light. The conference was held in the backdrop of a beautiful city, which enjoyed exceptionally good weather in the days of the conference.

The conference had 33 presentations that included 3 posters. Session titles were “Optical Beam Sculpturing,” “Polarization in Complex Light,” “Quantum Effects,” “Quantum Complex Light,” “Optical Tweezers,” “Optical Flows,” and “Optical Forces.” An additional session on “Structured Light in Photonics Instrumentation” was held jointly with the conference on Photonics Instrumentation Engineering ‖.

Cementing its unofficial role as the yearly outlet for research on the fundamentals of complex light and optical manipulation, the conference presentations and the papers in this volume reflect the state of the art research in the field. They included new in-depth understanding of complex light fields, in problems such as optical healing and revival, or in the unraveling of the exquisite complexity that is present in space-variant polarization fields. The modes of light also continue to further our understanding of quantum mechanics, and unravel the role of complex light in encoding quantum information for communication and computation. The conference included healthy debates on the classical-quantum boundary. It also highlighted new technological devices that advance the manipulation of phase and polarization of designer beams to yet higher levels of sophistication. This control of light has enabled new ways of facilitating the interaction between light and matter, such as the use of optically manipulated conduits to channel the light and deliver radiation pressure or the spectral content to matter in new ways and from directions not previously accessible. Such unraveling of light complexity has also led to proposals for new forces and interactions between light and matter, which are the seeds for future research.

The contributions in this volume are representative of the latest research in the field, and as presented at the meeting, underscore the vitality of an exciting topic of research and technology that studies and uses light in all of its complexity.

Enrique J. Galvez

David L. Andrews

Jesper Glückstad

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