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State Key Laboratory of Modern Optical Instrumentation, Zhejiang University

Joint International Research Laboratory of Photonics, Zhejiang University

College of Optical Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University

Faculty of Information Technology, Zhejiang University


INTRODUCTION

The West Lake Photonics Symposium (WPS) aims at providing a platform to gather the global leaders in optics and photonics. The symposium features the discussions on Advanced Photonics in the future.

The WPS 2018 will be held by College of Optical Science and Engineering, at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, on 26 Oct. 2018. The city of Hangzhou, where Zhejiang University locates is well known for the West-Lake cultural landscape, which was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2011. The Grand Canal, which starts from Hangzhou, was also inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2014.

As the organizer of this event, The State Key Laboratory of Modern Optical Instrumentation (MOI) of Zhejiang University is one of the leading labs in the field of optics & photonics in China. Since established in 1989, the MOI lab has been focused on the research of modern optical science and technologies. Established in 2015, JIRLOP has been focusing on the research of photonic devices, integrated photonics and advanced photonic instrumentation. The vision of JIRLOP is to become a world-leading laboratory of photonics by nurturing excellent young scientists and creating applicable knowledge that improves our lives. The College of Optical Science and Engineering, founded in 1952, which is the predecessor of the College of Optical Science and Engineering has a proud history of being the first institute for optics education and research in China, and has been influencing the national science and engineering through technological leadership and research innovation in more than 50 years. Our research covers the main areas of optics and optical engineering spanning from the generation, transportation, manipulation, detection to the simulation and imagination of light in all its forms, with focuses on micro and nanoscale optics in fundamental research and optical instrumentation for technological applications.