Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Location: UCSB, Engineering Science Building, Rooms ESB1001, ESB 2001, ESB 2003
Join us for our spring event the 2017 Light Science Workshop for a day of talks and presentations about the cutting edge in photonics research and career opportunities in this blossoming industry. The event will feature a keynote speaker, technical and non-technical presentations, Q&A panels, a job fair and a poster session!
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.
If you are interested in sponsoring the event or holding a booth at the career fair, please contact us
Please see our Program of Events for more information!
Keynote Speech — Seeing Heat: Thermal Vision Everywhere You Look
Technical and Non-technical Presenters
Technical and Non-technical talks will include presentations from speakers representing research groups, photonics companies, and partnerships and collaborations at UCSB and around Santa Barbara. A sample of our scheduled speakers will include the following:
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
This event is made possible with the generous support of:
We are organizing a Spring Workshop, to be held at UCSB, aimed at increasing awareness of photonics fields and industries, and promoting jobs in industry.
The event will include a career fair, in which attendees will have one-on-one time with representatives of local companies.
There will be two Tracks for the lectures: 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.
See here for more details
If you are interested in sponsoring the event or holding a booth at the career fair, please contact us.