Location: UCSB, Engineering Science Building, Rooms ESB1001, ESB 2001, ESB 2003
The presentations will have two tracks: Technical and non-technical. The Technical Track will feature lectures on cutting-edge research in the area from varying fields that use and manipulate light. The Non-Technical Track will focus on careers in the industry and professional development. Keep checking back on this page for the most up-to-date information!
The event is free for those affiliated with a university or college. Otherwise, general admission to the event is $20.
Keynote Speech — Seeing Heat: Thermal Vision Everywhere You Look
Location: ESB 1001
Time: May 10, 2017 9:30 AM -- 10:30 AM
Abstract: Santa Barbara is a world leader in developing infrared technology. Companies on the Central Coast today are developing thermal cameras for a multitude of consumer and industrial applications – from smartphones to automobiles. These and many other applications will be ubiquitous in the next 5-7 years. This market is heating up !
Biography: Dr. Kevin J. Riley served as President of Teledyne Scientific & Imaging, LLC (TS&I) from 2007-2012. Dr. Riley joined TS&I in January 2007 from Raytheon where he led technology strategy & roadmaps, IR&D planning and CRAD program capture as Vice President of Technology for Raytheon’s Network Centric Systems business unit. He has served on numerous Scientific Advisory Boards including: Executive Committee Network Centric Operations Industry Consortia; AFRL MANTECH Industry Advisory Panel; National Team Aeronautics Research & Development; Aviation Week Net Centric Operations Committee; Advisory Executive in MIT/ARMY Institute for Soldier Nanotechnology; Panelist Defense Systems Management College; Strategic Focus Group for PEO GCSS and Military Sensing Symposia Infrared Detector Advisory Group. Dr. Riley is a graduate of Management of Innovative Technology, Cal Tech; Executive Management, UCLA; Six Sigma Leadership & Six Sigma Specialist, Raytheon Learning Institute; and Business Leadership Program, University of Chicago. He received his BS, MS & PhD degrees from Syracuse University in Physics.
Technical and Non-technical Presenters
Optoelectronics Research Group of John Bowers
Dan Blumenthal, Optical Communication and Photonic Integration Group
Phil Lubin, UCSB Experimental Cosmology Group
Unite To Light
Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships (CSEP) at CNSi
UCSB Nanofabrication Facility