Register now for the ISLC 2021 conference –the international semiconductor laser community meets in Potsdam, Germany

In October 2021, the renowned International Semiconductor Laser Conference (ISLC) will be heldin Germany–for the first time in nineteen years and in person. Interested participants can register now – early bird registration until July 30.

The Berlin-based Ferdinand-Braun-Institut  (FBH)  will  host  the  International  Semiconductor Laser  Conference  (ISLC)  as  a  hybrid  event  in  Potsdam  from  October  10  to  14,  2021. This makesthe  ISLC  one  of  the  very  first  in-person  international  laser  conferences  since  the COVID-19 outbreak.People interested in the conference who cannottravel to the eventare welcome to participate online.

The ISLC is dedicated to latest developments in semiconductor lasers, amplifiers and LEDs. Itrepresentsexcellence from all global regions and in all areas of currently active semiconductor laser research. The program committee has selected the top 100 papers for oral and poster presentations  from  the  conference submissions.  An  extensive  program  complementsthe conference, including renowned speakers and workshops on topics such as automotive LiDAR and photodetection.

The program with all contributions will soon be available on the conference website, which will be   continuously   updated –among  other   things, a   post-deadline  session   is   planned:

Register now for the ISLC

Registration for participation is now open on the conference website –until July30at the Early Bird price.For more information, please click here:

More about ISLC

The ISLC has more than 50years of tradition, attended by a highly international audience and with  locations  cycling  between  the  Americas,  Asia/Australia  and  Europe/Mid-East/Africa regions every two years. Since its founding, many new and ground-breaking semiconductor devices have been first presented at this conference. The ISLC was last in Germany in 2002. ISLC 2021and the associated exhibition areorganized by the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Berlin and supported by IEEE Photonics Society as technical sponsor.

Topics include: semiconductor optical amplifiers, silicon compatible lasers, VCSELs, photonic band-gap  and  microcavity  lasers,  grating  controlled  lasers,  multi-segment  and  ring  lasers, quantum  cascade  and  interband  laser,  sub-wavelength  scale  nanolasers,  mid  IR  and  THz sources,  InP,  GaAs  and  Sb  materials,  quantum  dot  lasers,  high  power  and  high-brightness lasers,  GaN  and  ZnSe  based  UV  to  visible lasers  and LEDs,  communications  lasers, semiconductor integrated optoelectronics.