Student Awards, Scholarships, and Fellowships
Seminars and Events
[06-08-2016] SID& IEEE Joint Seminar: “Light Extraction of OLED Display by Microstructured Film Attachment” By Dr. Jiun-Haw Lee
[06-05-2014] IEEE Distinguished Lecture “Integrated Microwave Photonics”, Dr. José Capmany.
[05-30-2014] SID& IEEE Joint Seminar “Liquid Crystals for Smart Antennas and other Microwave Applications”, Dr. Michael Wittek.
[01-10-2014] IEEe Distinguished Lecture “The High Value of the Entrepreneurial”, Dr. Andrea Wesser.
[4-5-2012] Company tour at Beam Co.
[06-16-2010] Invited lecturer: "Towards Robust and Reconfigurable Optical Communication Systems" by Dr. Alan Willner
[04-27-2010] IEEE distinguished lecturer: "Optical Isolator: Application to Photonic Integrated Circuits" by Dr. Tetsuya Mizumoto
[04-23-2010] IEEE distinguished lecturer: "Optical and Electronic Signal Processing for Fiber-Optic Communications" by Dr. John Cartledge
[04-13-2010] IEEE distinguished lecturer: "Photonic Band Gap Materials: Light Trapping Crystals" by Dr. Sajeev John
IEEE Photonics Society Orlando Student Chapter
The Field of Interest of the IEEE Photonics Society are lasers, optical devices, optical fibers, and associated light wave technology and their applications in systems and subsystems in which quantum electronic devices are key elements. The society is concerned with the research, development, design, manufacture, and applications of materials, devices and systems, and with the various scientific and technological activities which contribute to the useful expansion of the field of quantum electronics and applications.
The Society shall aid in promoting close cooperation with other IEEE societies and councils in the form of joint publications, sponsorships of meetings, and other forms of information exchange. Appropriate cooperative efforts will also be undertaken with non-IEEE societies.
Photonics Society shall advance the interests of its members and the laser, optoelectronics, and photonics professional community by:
providing opportunities for information exchange, continuing education, and professional growth;
publishing journals, sponsoring conferences, and supporting local chapter and student activities;
formally recognizing the professional contributions of members;
representing the laser, optoelectronics, and photonics community and serving as its advocate within the IEEE, the broader scientific and technical community, and society at large.