Symposium Univ Bordeaux

ETOP 2015 / Education and Training in Optics and Photonics / 29 june - 2 july 2015


Program

MONDAY 29 JUNE

13h45 – 14h30 - Auditorium

Opening session

14h30 – 16h00 - Auditorium

Invited session

Eugene Arthurs

SPIE, USA

Celebrating Light

Kathleen Robinson

SPIE, USA

ETOP: A retrospective study

Philip Russell

Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany

Photonic Crystal Fibres: Guiding Light in New Ways

16h30 – 16h30

Coffee break

Poster session

16h30 – 18h30 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Digital technology in education

Christoph Pflaum, invited speaker

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Simulation of Solid-State-Lasers and Amplifiers

Esmail Ahouzi

Dept. Electronics Microwaves and Optics, Institut National of Postes and Telecommunications (INPT), Morocco

Low cost color light sensor for didactic 3D virtual imaging system

Eric Cormier

Université de Bordeaux, France

Optical and laser technologies training through immersion in a 3D Virtual reality

Emmanuel Dhumières

Université de Bordeaux, France

Interactive resources editor for science education

Wozniak Peter

Hochschule Offenburg, Germany

Perform light and optic experiments in Augmented Reality

Jonathan Friedman

Universidad Metropolitana, Puerto RIco

Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves through Homogeneous Media

Xu Liu

Zhejiang University, China

The development of after course's training and learning for the discipline of Optical engineering in China

16h30 – 18h30 - Conference room E200

Parallel session

Tools for photonics education

Yijian Jiang, invited speaker

Institute of Laser Engineering, Beijing University of Technology, China

Development and Practice on Cultivation of Graduate Students in Optical Engineering

 

Jimmi Hervé Talla Mbé

University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon

Electronic model of semiconductor Laser

Tom Peyrot

Institut d'Optique Graduate School, France

Femtoseconde-laser experiment for Master II students: generation, measurement and control of fs pulses

Attila Barócsi

Associate professor, Hungary

Laboratory tools and e-learning elements in training of acousto-optics

Mark Masters

Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA

Low-cost coincidence counting apparatus for quantum optics investigations.

Yunxin Wang

Beijing University of Technology, China

Teaching pattern diversification for optics course: motivate interest, open minds and apply flexibly

   
       

16h30 – 18h30 - Pyla training center

Parallel session

Workshop

Judith Donnelly

Emeritus, Three Rivers Community College & the PBL Projects, USA

Problem Based Learning (PBL): Engaging students in the STEM classroom

16h30 – 18h30 - Conference room E201

Parallel session

Workshop

Nathalie Debaes

Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Department of Applied Physics and Photonics ( TONA- FirW)

Photonics Explorer

TUESDAY 30 JUNE

9h00 – 10h30 - Auditorium

Invited session

Daniel Hull

OP-TEC,  National Science Foundation Center for Photonics Education, United States

Optics and Photonics Education Centers of Excellence:  An Opportunity for International Collaboration

Ramon Vilaseca

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Photonics programs in Barcelona universities and research institutes. Master in Photonics and Master Erasmus Mundus Europhotonics

Coffee break10h30 – 11h00

Poster session

11h00 – 12h30 - Conference room E201

Parallel session

International cooperation and co-development in education and training

Christian Helgert, invited speaker

Abbe School of Photonics, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Internationalized and research-oriented photonics education - Abbe School of Photonics

Dan Curticapean

Hochschule Offenburg, Germany

"Invisible Light" - A global infotainment community based on augmented reality technologies

Anna Voznesenskaya

ITMO University, Russian Federation

Double degree master program "Optical design"

Dan Curticapean

Offenburg University, Germany

International Year of Light 2015 opens new dimensions in Optics and Photonics Education

Maria Bondani

CNR-Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnologies, Italy

Joint International Physics Summer School - Optics

11h00 – 12h30 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Tools for photonics education

Hugo Thienpont, invited speaker

Photonics Explorer, Photonics Innovator, and Photonics Science Show: Outreach Instruments with Impact

Oliver Vauderwange

Offenburg University, Germany

Active learning in optics and photonics - Liquid Crystal Display in the do-it-yourself

Michael Vollmer

University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg, Germany

The optics and physics of near infrared imaging

Daniela Topasna

Virginia Military Institute, USA

Design and fabrication of self-assembled thin films

11h00 – 12h30 - Conference room E200

Parallel session

Training and continuing education

Cristina E. Solano, invited speaker

Centro de Investigaciones en Óptica, Mexico

Alternative methods to introduce Science to the students

Yuhong Wan

College of Applied Science, Beijing University of Technology, China

Enhancing Innovation Ability and Comprehensive quality 0f Advanced undergraduate Students by Diversified Class-Teaching

Christoph Gerhard

University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

From experiment to publication in one semester: A lecture course model on the basis of a photonic researcher's every-day tasks

Alan Shore

Bangor University, Wales,UK

Public Engagement with Photonics

Dulguun Jargalsaikhan

Yes, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar city

The opportunity to develop students skills by physics lesson

12h30 – 13h45

Lunch break

Poster session

13h45 – 16h15 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Education and training for multidisciplinary education

Jürgen Jahns, invited speaker

FernUniversität in Hagen, Lehrgebiet Mikro- und Nanophotonik, Germany

Distance teaching and learning in photonics - a 10-year experiment

David Hagan

University of Central Florida, USA

Building a new Curriculum in Undergraduate Photonic Science and Engineering

Joseph Shaw

Montana State University, USA

Colors of the Yellowstone Thermal Pools for Teaching Optics

Sándor Lenk

Department of Atomic Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

Demonstration of plant fluorescence by imaging technique and Intelligent FluoroSensor

Yuhong Wan

Institute of Laser Engineering, Beijing University of Technology, China

Development and Practice on Cultivation of Graduate Students in Optical Engineering

Laura Lobato

Departamento de Física, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain

Multidisciplinary educational activity based on optical experiments conducted in an art context

Vincent Guillet

IAS, France

Teaching Geometrical optics through experiments

Nancy Magnani

EASTCONN, USA

Teaching reflection to teachers and students

13h45 – 15h00 - Conference room E200

Parallel session

Tools for photonics education

Artur Gleim, invited speaker

ITMO University, Russia

Master's program on Quantum Information: A playground for research and innovations for Photonics students

Chrysanthos Panayiotou

LASER-TEC and Indian River State College, USA

Bring the excitement of light and lasers to your science, technology, engineering, or mathematics class with the LASER-TEC Light and Optics Exploration Kit!

Frederic Leloup

KU Leuven, Belgium

Design of an inexpensive integrating sphere laboratory setup for the optical characterization of a light source

Chin Jung Chuang

Department of Opto-electronic Engineering, National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan,

Modulation of Visualized Electrical Field

Chen Wang

Jasperdisplay, Taiwan

SLM-Based Educational Kit for Wave Optics

15h00 – 16h15 – Conference room E200

Parallel session

Metric and evaluation of education and training

Kathleen Robinson

SPIE-the international society for optics and photonics, USA

ABET Accreditation for Optical and Photonics Engineering: The How and Why

Ezendu Ariwa

University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

Green Cloud Computing in Delivering E-Learning in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs): A comparative analysis of United Kingdom and Nigeria Support Mechanism Models

Leily Kiani

University of California, Merced, USA

Refining scientific writing skills with feedback that works for students and instructors

 

13h45 – 16h15 - Pyla training center

Parallel session

Hands-on demonstrations

16h15 – 16h45

Coffee break

Poster session

WEDNESDAY 1 JULY

9h00 – 10h30 - Auditorium

Invited session

Vengu Lakshminarayanan

School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of Waterloo, Canada

The Use of High Technology in STEM Education

Judith Donnelly

emeritus, Three Rivers Community College

& the PBL Projects, USA

The PBL Projects: Where we've been and where we are going

10h30 – 11h00

Coffee break

Poster session

11h00 – 12h45 - Conference room E201

Parallel session

Curriculum development laboratories

Paul Leisher, invited speaker

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, United States

Curriculum revisions for meeting the new ABET program-specific criteria in optical engineering

B. Gayathri

Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India

Advanced Photonics Laboratory

Garcia Mandayo Gemma

TECNUN - University of Navarra, Spain

An strategy for advanced photonics teaching for engineers in master course

David Guzman

Physics Department, Universidad de los Andes, A.A. 4976, Bogotá D.C., Colombia, Colombia

Mapping and violating Bell inequality with entangled photons

Gregory Topasna

Virginia Military Institute, USA

Partial polarization: a comprehensive student exercise

 
       

11h00 – 12h45 - Conference room E200

Parallel session

Industry needs driven curriculum development

Marc Nantel, invited speaker

Niagara College, Canada

The Win-Win-Win Scenario: How to Make the Best of Industry Collaborative Applied Research Projects

Sonia Geay

PYLA, France

Creation of training courses in partnership with industry: Lasers manufacturing operators.

Darrell Hull

University of North Texas, USA

Estimation of National and Regional Industry Demand for Photonics Workers in the United States

Yifan Huang

School of Opto-electronics, Beijing Institute of Technology, P.R.China

Implementing project-based pedagogy in Optical System Design courses development

Yannick Petit

Université de Bordeaux, France

Technical Bachelor Degree "Laser, Control & Maintenance" of Bordeaux University: pedagogical approaches and university-industry connections for the successful professional insertion in the laser & photonics fields

11h00 – 12h45 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Tools for photonics education

Claude FABRE, invited speaker

Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris 6, France

How and when to teach the double nature, wave and/or particle, of light ?

Lionel Jacubowiez

IOGS, France

A Hong-Ou-Mandel experiment for undergraduate students

Dayong Wang

Beijing University of Technology, China

Helping students understand optical concept by development of digital holography teaching apparatus

Bernard Maxum

Lamar University, USA

Why Tensors Should be taught at Undergraduate Levels

12h45 – 14h00

Lunch break

Poster session

14h00 – 16h00 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Digital technology in education

Pascuala García-Martínez, invited speaker

Optics Department. University of Valencia, Spain

Innovative Educational Networking Aimed at Multimedia Tools for Geometrical Optics Learning

Martin Hachet

Inria, France

AMI : Augmented Michelson Interferometer

Christoph Gerhard

University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

Easy-to-use software tools for teaching the basics, design and applications of optical components and systems

David Batte

SCOPTIQUE, France

Field Tracing Methods for Optical Modeling and Design

Paul Leisher

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA

Three projects to emphasize the "design" in lens design

Jakub Grosz

Institute of Physics AS CR, Czech Republic

ELI-Beamlines in Virtual Reality

14h00 – 16h00 - Conference room E200

Parallel session

Industry needs driven curriculum development

Zhe Chen

MengMinWei Building, HuangPu West Road No.601, GuangZhou, China

Design Courses of Photonic Experiments for Photonic Industry

Tobias Leutenegger

University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Switzerland

First Swiss Bachelor in Photonics

Qun Hao

Beijing Institute of Technology, China

Let's go to the exhibition - Extracurricular practice in optoelectronic instrument design course

Joseph Shaw

Montana State University, USA

Synergistic development of optics education and industry in a small university town

14h00 – 16h00 – Conf room E201

Parallel session

Workshop Dumpster Optics (workshop supported by SPIE)

Judith Donnelly

Emeritus, Three Rivers Community College & the PBL Projects, USA

 

16h00 – 16h30

Coffee break

Poster session

16h30 – 18h30 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Workshop Laser Safety 

Chairs :

Ken Barat

Laser Safety Solutions, USA

 
 

Frédéric Coquelet

Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (CEA), France

 

16h30 – 18h30 – Pyla training center

Parallel session

Hands-on demonstrations

16h30 – 18h30 – Alphanov

Parallel session

Alphanov technological center tour

THURSDAY 2 JULY

9h00 – 10h45 - Conference room E201

Parallel session

Outreach

Stephen Pompea, invited speaker

National Optical Astronomy Observatory, USA

Teaching optics concepts through an approach that emphasizes the "colors of nature"

Nicholas Wong

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

The Lightwave Programme and Roadshow: An Overview and Update

Navid Abedzadeh

University of Waterloo, Canada

Low cost spectrometers and learning applications for exposing kids to optics

Jonathan Friedman

Universidad Metropolitana, Puerto Rico

Photonics Outreach and Education through Partnerships in Puerto Rico

Md Mottaleb Hossain

Center for High Technology Materials, University of New Mexcio, USA

Smart Lighting Education Outreach, Awareness, and Effect of Light on Human Circadian Rhythm

9h00 – 10h45 – Conference room E200

Parallel session

Tools for photonics education

Enrique Galvez, invited speaker

Department of Physics and Astronomy, Colgate University,

Optics Experiments to Teach Quantum Physics

Jun Zhang

Jinan University, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

Course Design for an Optical Design Experiment Course

Fang-Wen Sheu

Department of Electrophysics, National Chiayi University, Taiwan

Determining the relationship between the refractive-index difference of a coiled single-mode optical fiber and its bending radius by a mode-image analysis method

Gang Wang

Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA

Optoelectronics and Photonics Laboratories at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne

9h00 – 10h45 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Laphia Symposium

10h45 – 11h15

Coffee break

11h15– 12h30 - Conference room E201

Parallel session

Outreach

Carlos Lee

EPIC - European Photonics Industry Consortium, Belgium

"EPIC Adopt A Classroom" education and industry collaboration model

Angel Lizana

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

Approaching optics to high-school students through a workshop in Physics

Stéphanie Fleck

Université de Lorraine, France

Helios: a tangible and augmented environment to learn optical phenomena in astronomy

Manuel Costa

Universidade do Minho / HSCI, Portugal

International cooperation towards an improved science education. The Hands-on Science Network.

David Guzman

Physics Department, Universidad de los Andes, A.A. 4976, Bogotá D.C., Colombia,

Making optics appealing in Colombia through  low-cost experiments with lasers

11h15– 12h30 – Conference room E200

Parallel session

Tools for photonics education

Ingo Sieber

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/Institute for Applied Computer Science, Germany

Concept and set-up of an IR-gas sensor construction kit

Bruno Bousquet

Bordeaux University, France

Conception of comics dedicated to optics' learning

Renaud Mathevet

LNCMI, France

Fizeau's "aether-drag" experiment in the undergraduate laboratory

Weiping Zhang

Guangxi University, China

ZWP Grating Diffraction Imaging instrument and the acts on optical teaching experiment

     

11h15– 12h30 - Auditorium

Parallel session

Laphia Symposium

12h30 – 14h00

Lunch break

14h00 – 16h00 - Auditorium

Plenary session

Women in optics

Joint session Laphia/ETOP

16h00 – 16h30

Coffee break



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