Invited Speakers 

S1. Nanophotonic Materials and Devices

Prof. Reuven GordonCanada

Professor, University of Victoria (UVic), Canada

Title: Single Molecule Protein Analysis with Shaped Plasmonic Apertures

Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Victoria. Prof. Gordon has received a Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance Award (2001), an Accelerate BC Industry Impact Award (2007), an AGAUR Visiting Professor Fellowship (2009), the Canada Research Chair in Nanoplasmonics (2009-2019), the Craigdarroch Silver Medal for Research Excellence (2011), a Fulbright Fellowship (2016), an NSERC Discovery Accelerator (2017), the Faculty of Engineering Teaching Award (2017) and an JSPS Invitational Fellowship (2020). He is a Fellow of OPTICA (formerly OSA), the Society for Photographic Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), and the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). Prof. Gordon has authored and co-authored over 170 journal papers (including 13 invited contributions).

Since 2011, our group has been working on the trapping and analysis of proteins with nanoapertures in metal films. This talk will review the technique, recent advances (including tracking proteins, trapping proteins down to 4 kDa, analysis of the impact of mutation), and briefly highlight exciting developments from others in the field.

Prof. Kenneth JärrendahlSweden

Professor, Linköping University (LiU), Sweden

Title: Optical Studies of Beetle Cuticle as Biomimetical Inspiration for Novel Synthetic Materials

Prof. Myung-Ki KimSouth Korea

Professor, Department of Integrative Energy Engineering, Korea University (KU), South Korea

*Optical Society of Korea (OSK)

Title: Exploring 2D MXene-Based Shortwave Infrared Surface Plasmons


  • 2004.03 ~ 2009.08 Physics, KAIST (Ph.D.)
  • 1997.03 ~ 2004.02 Physics, Korea University (B.S.)

Awards & Honors:

  • 2023.06 KU Internationalization Award (KU Pagoda Award 2023)
  • 2021.07 Outstanding Research Innovation Award (Nano Korea 2021)
  • 2016.07 Best Poster Award (2016 iNOW International Conference)
  • 2010.09 Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research Abroad (NRF)
  • 2009.09 Outstanding Teaching-Assistant Award (KAIST)
  • 2008.09 National Graduate Science&Technology Scholarship (KOSEF)
  • 2008.08 Best Poster Award (2nd iNOW International Conference)
  • 2008.01 14th Samsung Electronics Human-Tech Silver Prize (Samsung Electronics)
  • 2007.08 Best Poster Award (1st iNOW International Conference)
  • 2006.12 R&D Support Program Scholarship (Ilwoon Scholarship Foundation)
  • 2004.09 Bojeong Basic Science Scholarship (KAIST)
  • 2003.03 R&D Program Scholarship (Lotte Scholarship Foundation)

Prof. Hui-Hsin Hsiao 蕭惠心Taiwan

Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan

Title: All-dielectric metasurfaces based on toroidal and quasi-bound state in the continuum resonances in sensing and nonlinear applications

S2. Optical Waveguides and Communications

Prof. Chengkuo Lee 李正國Singapore

Associate Professor, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

Title: Advances in Mid IR Optical Waveguides and Applications

Dr. Chengkuo Lee received his Ph.D. degree in precision engineering from The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1996. Currently, he is the GlobalFoundries Chair Professor in Engineering and director of the Center for Intelligent Sensors and MEMS at the National University of Singapore, Singapore. He co-founded Asia Pacific Microsystems, Inc. (APM) in 2001, where he was Vice President of R&D from 2001 to 2005. From 2006 to 2009, he was a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Institute of Microelectronics (IME), A-STAR, Singapore. His research interests include MEMS, NEMS, nanophotonics, Si Photonics, metamaterials, energy harvesting, wearable sensors, flexible electronics, artificial intelligence of things (AIoT), Internet of Things (IoT), electroceuticals and biomedical applications. He has trained 38+ Ph.D. students graduated from the ECE Dept., NUS. He has co-authored 480+ journal articles and 380+ conference papers. He holds 10 US patents. His Google Scholar citation is more than 30000. According to the data from Scopus till October 1, 2023, Elsevier has analyzed the academic performance of the top 100,000 scientists by c-score and the top 2% scientists in 174 sub-fields globally (a total of more than 200,000 scientists)1. In this report, prof. Lee is ranked 13936 globally in the total citations (excluding self-citations) among all the scientists, with an h-index of 62 (excluding self-citations). In the sub-field, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, he ranks 288 globally on the composite indicator score. On the other hand, his D-index (Discipline H-index) ranks 300 among all the electronics and electrical engineering scientists globally, based on the data till December 21, 20222. He is the associate editor-in-chief of Trans. Nanotechnology (IEEE), and editor-in-chief of Intern. J. Optomechatronics (Taylor & Francis). He is on the Executive Editor Board of J Micromechanics and Microeng. (IOP, UK). He is the Associate Editor of J. MEMS (IEEE), Chip (Elsevier), and Internet of Things (Elsevier). He is also the Editor of next journals: Scientific Reports (Springer Nature), Bioelectronic Medicine (BMC, Springer Nature), J. Optical Microsystems (SPIE), Journal of Sensors (Hindawi), Sensors (MDPI), and Micromachines (MDPI). He serves on the steering committee and technical program committee for various conferences such as Transducers 2015, IEEE MEMS 2015, IEEE NEMS 2015, IEEE SENSORS 2018, IEEE MEMS 2019, Transducers 2019, IEEE MEMS 2020, and Transducers 2021, etc. He has also chaired many conferences, including IEEE NEMS’18, OMN ’16 and ’14, ISMM’14, and Bio4Apps’13, etc.

Guided-wave nanophotonics that manipulate light-matter interactions at the nanoscale, is an appealing technology for diversified biochemical and physical sensing applications with high sensitivity and small footprints. Recently, the mid-infrared (mid-IR, 2-20 µm wavelength) that encompasses multiple atmospheric windows and abundant molecular absorption fingerprints presents a significant growth opportunity for integrated photonics, with applications ranging from clinical diagnosis to astronomical spectroscopy. Here, we provide an overview of the recent advances in research on mid-IR optical waveguides and their emerging applications.

Dr. Rai-Kou Takahashi 高磊Japan

Senior Researcher, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

Title: Multi-functional Silicon Photonic Devices by Micro-transfer Printing

Research interests:

  • Nonlinear optics/materials
  • Si photonics
  • Hybrid material integration
  • Two-dimensional materials


  • May, 2020 Young Scientist Award, The Laser Society of Japan
  • Nov, 2016 卓越研究員 Leading Initiative for Excellent Young Researchers(LEADER)H28年度
  • Mar, 2014 Poster Award, JSAP
  • Aug, 2012 9th International Conference on Group IV Photonics (GFP2012) Best Innovation Design Paper Award (3rd place), IEEE
  • Mar, 2012 Young Researcher Award, IEICE
  • Sep, 2009 Young Scientist Oral Presentation Award, JSAP
Recent advances and prospects for nano- to micrometer-thick heterogeneous integration using micro-transfer printing method will be presented. Current silicon photonic devices with this approach can realize high-performance and reduced-footprint laser sources, isolators, modulators, and 3D photonics device stacking.

Prof. Milton FengUSA

Holonyak Endowed Chair Emeritus Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), USA

Title: Cryogenic VCSELs for 4K Optical Data Link

MILTON FENG is the Nick Holonyak Jr. Chair Emeritus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his BS degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University in 1973 and his MS and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana, in 1976 and 1979, respectively.

From 1979 to 1983, he was head of the GaAs material and microwave device research group at Hughes Aircraft Company. He developed low-noise and power MESFET and MMICs for Xband phase array radar application and developed the first 60-GHz amplifiers with 20 dB gain. From 1984 to 1991, he was chief technology officer (CTO) and director GaAs Operation for Ford Microelectronics, Inc., in Colorado Springs, CO, for the development and pilot line production for the advanced digital integrated circuit development program in 1 K SRAM and 500 gate arrays as well as security chips for satellite space communications.

From 1991-2015, he was professor of electrical and computer engineering (ECE). In 2003, Prof. Feng invented the pseudomorphic HBT (PHBT), “pushed” the transistor speed boundary toward THz, and demonstrated InP PHBTs with the world’s fastest speed performance (> 800 GHz). In 2004, Prof. Feng (with Prof. N. Holonyak, Jr.) invented and demonstrated the first laser operation of a quantum-well-based light emitting transistor (QWLET), a transistor laser (TL). Prof. Feng has published over 250 papers, 250 conference talks, and been granted 40 U.S. patents in semiconductor microelectronics and photonics. He is an IEEE and OSA Fellow In 1997, he received the IEEE field award - David Sarnoff Award. In 2006, his transistor laser research paper was selected as one of the top five papers in the 43 year-history of Applied Physics Letters and was selected as one of the top 100 most important discoveries in 2005 by Discover magazine. In 2013, he received the Optical Society R. W. Wood Prize for the coinvention and realization of the transistor laser.

The rise of the Internet and AI has led to a spike in demand for computational resources and cloud services. High-speed and power-efficient superconducting processors based on single flux quantum (SFQ) technology at 4 K and fiber data transferring in quantum computing can be a viable solution. In this work, the high-speed optically packaged oxide-VCSELs operated down to 2.9 K are reported with the record speed of 54 Gbps NRZ and 100 Gbps PAM-4 data transmission. Furthermore, a superconducting processor for directly modulating an oxide-VCSEL coupled with OM4 fiber is demonstrated for 20 Gb/s NRZ for 4K full data link.

Prof. Chia-Chien Wei 魏嘉建Taiwan

Professor, Department of Photonics, National Sun Yat-Sen University (NSYSU), Taiwan

Title: Delay-division multiplexing in OFDM optical access networks

S3. Quantum Electronics and Laser Technology

Prof. Masahiko Tani 谷 正彥Japan

Professor, Research Center for Development of Far-Infrared Region, University of Fukui (U-Fukui), Japan

Title: Efficient Spintronic THz Emitter with Antenna Structures

Masahiko Tani received his Ph.D. degree in engineering from Kyoto University, Japan, in 1992. He is a Professor and the Director with the Research Center for Development of Far-Infrared Region, University of Fukui, Japan. His current research interests include terahertz spectroscopy and imaging, and ultrafast nonlinear phenomena.

Prof. Yen-Hung Chen 陳彥宏Taiwan

Distinguished Professor, Department of Optics and Photonics, National Central University (NCU), Taiwan

Title: Integrated Quantum Photonics in Lithium Niobate Circuits

Prof. JyhPyng Wang 汪治平Taiwan

Research Fellow, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Title: Technical challenges on high-field laser assisted proton-boron fusion

Prof. Ming-Chang Chen 陳明彰Taiwan

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), Taiwan

Title: Unveiling the Attosecond Revolution: A Historical Overview and Modern Applications

S4. Optical Information Processing and Holography

Prof. George BarbastathisUSA

Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA

Title: On the use of physics-enhanced machine learning for computational imaging

George Barbastathis received the Diploma degree in electrical and computer engineering from the National Technical University of Athens in 1993 and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 1994 and 1997, respectively. He held a post-doctoral position with the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. He held visiting appointments at Harvard University, the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology Centre, the National University of Singapore, and the University of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute, Shanghai, China. In 1999, he joined MIT as a Faculty Member, where he is currently a Professor of mechanical engineering and holds the Singapore Research Professorship. His research interests are in machine learning and optimization for computational imaging and inverse problems, and optical system design, including artificial optical materials and interfaces. He is a member of the Society for Photo Instrumentation Engineering and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. In 2010, he was an Elected Fellow of the Optical Society of America. He was a recipient of China’s Top Foreign Scholar (One Thousand Scholar) Award in 2015.

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Prof. Małgorzata KujawińskaPoland

Professor, Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), Poland

Title: Holography based quantitative phase imaging: systems, data processing and metrological aspects in biomedical applications

Prof. Takashi Kakue 角江 崇Japan

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chiba University, Japan

*Optical Society of Japan (OSJ)

Title: Motion picture recording and observation of light propagation using light-in-flight recording by holography and its recent advances

Prof. Huang-Ming Chen 陳皇銘Taiwan

Associate Professor, Department of Photonics, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU), Taiwan

Title: Development and Characterization of Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) Spatial Light Modulators

S5. Optical Design, Testing, and Engineering

Prof. Ivan MorenoMexico

Professor, Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas (UAZ), Mexico

Title: Nonimaging optics design of metalens

Ivan Moreno graduated as a Physical Engineer from the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Mty in 1998. In 2003, he received his doctorate from the Optics Research Center (CIO). Since then he has been a member of the Physics Academic Unit of the Autonomous University of Zacatecas. Prof. Moreno is the author of 90 articles, which have been cited in the specialized literature more than 2900 times and has an H factor of 26 with external citations. His research area is applied optics and meta-optics, specializing in metalens, illumination, color, instrumentation, and human vision. He is a member of the Mexican Academy of Sciences and is a Senior Member of both the OPTICA (formerly OSA) and the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE). Fourteen of his scientific articles have been included several times in the lists of the most downloaded by the OSA and SPIE. In 2011 he received the “ICO-ICTP Galleino Denardo Award” in Italy, awarded by the International Commission for Optics (ICO) and the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP).

We show some methods for optical designing metalenses that deal with the optimal transfer of light energy, i.e. for light concentration and illumination applications. Owing to its compactness, flatness, and high design flexibility, metasurface-based flat optics may solve some problems in the nonimaging optics field, which deals with light concentration and illumination. We explain the latest advances on this topic. We discuss two algorithms for uniform illumination design with metasurfaces: ray mapping method, and Monge–Ampere equation method. And we discuss the string method for efficient light concentration with flat optics.

Prof. Ching-Cherng Sun 孫慶成Taiwan

Chair Professor, Department of Optics and Photonics, National Central University (NCU), Taiwan

Title: Color Display Technology of a Near-Eye Glasses with a Lightguide System incorporated with Volume Holographic Optical Elements

Prof. Pin Han 韓斌Taiwan

Distinguished Professor, Graduate Institute of Precision Engineering, National Chung Hsing University (NCHU), Taiwan

Title: Spatial-Spectral correspondence relationship & Movable optical frequency ruler with optical activity

Mr. Morgan LuTaiwan

Sr. Applications Engineer, Synopsys, Inc.

Title: Pancake lens design and simulation for VR glasses

S6. Biophotonics and Biomedical Imaging

Prof. Tzu-Ming Liu 劉子銘Macau

Associate Professor, University of Macau (UM), Macau

Title: Diagnose diseases with autofluorescent metabolomics

We are biomedical optics lab using lasers for the observation of cells in vivo, the sensing of metabolic molecules, the diagnosis of diseases, and the development of medical devices. For the observation, we integrated home-build femtosecond lasers, scanning electronics, and microscopes into an in vivo microscopy system. On this platform, we studied embryonic development, tumor microenvironment, pharmacokinetics of nanomedicines, and in vivo cytometry of leukocytes. For the tracking of cells or drug delivery, we developed multiphoton contrast agents with nanomaterials like Si quantum dots, gold nanorod-in-shell, insulin-gold nanodot, iron oxide, and iron-platinum alloy. Exploiting the laser excited autofluorescence of metabolic molecules, we are developing spectroscopic methods for disease diagnosis. Through the discovery of characteristic optical properties in biomedical context, we aim to develop medical devices to solve the unmet clinical needs.

As the final layer of the central dogma, metabolomes directly reflect phenotypic changes in human bodies. However, the cumbersome sample preparation process for mass spectroscopic measurement and the lack of spatial information in tissues limit their wide application in clinical practice. Here, we propose the use of fluorescent metabolomics, which consists of metabolites that can emit fluorescence in blood, saliva, and urine. In comparison to conventional mass spectroscopic measurement, fluorescent metabolomics allows for direct measurement without the need for reagents. It can serve as a continuous monitoring device for detecting the emergence of acute illnesses. Furthermore, when combined with a multiphoton imaging system, spatial metabolomic information can be obtained with sub-cellular resolution. In this lecture, we will demonstrate the use of fluorescent metabolomics in evaluating organoid pharmacokinetics, detecting the presence of acute mesenteric ischemia, and aiding in the differential diagnosis of prediabetes. This provides a new avenue toward precision medicine.

Prof. Chang-Seok KimSouth Korea

Professor, Department of Optics and Engineering, Pusan National University (PNU), South Korea

Dean, College of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Pusan National University (PNU), South Korea

*Optical Society of Korea (OSK)

Title: Biomedical 3D imaging with novel wavelength-tunable fiber laser sources

Chang-Seok Kim obtained his Ph.D. in 2004 from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, USA, for research in the area of biomedical imaging and fiber laser systems, after finishing his Master's degree in 1999 from Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) and his Bachelor degree in 1996 from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea. Subsequently, he held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Beckman Laser Institute and Medical Clinic, University of California at Irvine, USA, for research in the area of biophotonics and biomedical imaging. He returned to the Department of Optics and Mechatronics Engineering, Pusan National University, Korea as a faculty member in 2005 and is now a Professor. His early research covered specialty fiber design/fabrication and fiber lasers. Following his initial wide experience with fundamentals in fiber optics and fiber lasers, his research interests have moved to applications of wavelength-tunable fiber laser including FBG sensor interrogations, and optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) sensor interrogation since 2004. Nowadays, his research has diverged to the practical system for 3D biomedical imaging applications based on wavelength-tunable fiber lasers, such as optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging, photo-acoustic tomography (PAT) imaging, and FMCW (frequency modulated continuous wave) light and detection and ranging (LIDAR) imaging. His work has led to over 300 publications, including journal/conference papers and patents.

Recently various swept sources have achieved commercial success for the biomedical applications such as optical coherence tomography and photo acoustic tomography, but there has been a limitation for increasing repetition speed and phase stability. Achieving both ultra-high-speed (multi-MHz repetition rates) and ultra-phase stability (sub-nm) simultaneously has been reported based on the stretched-pulse active mode locking (SPML) configuration The long and continuous chirped pulse with a broad spectral bandwidth is achieved through the repeated stretching, amplification, and compression of the optical pulse in the SPML laser cavity.

Prof. Osamu Matoba 的場 修Japan

Professor, Graduate School of System Information, Kobe University, Japan

*Optical Society of Japan (OSJ)

Title: Two-photon holographic microscope for neuroscience and TIE-Based 3D fluorescence imaging

Prof. Hsiang-Chieh Lee 李翔傑Taiwan

Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Photonics and Optoelectronics, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan

Title: Development of high-speed optical coherence tomography technology for biomedical imaging and industry applications

S7. Display and Solid State Lighting

Prof. Tae-Woo LeeSouth Korea

Professor, Seoul National University (SNU), South Korea

Title: Perovskite Nanocrystals for High-Efficiency, Stable and Large-area Light-Emitting Diodes


  • 1999.03-2002.02 :
    Ph.D. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering,Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea
  • 1997.03-1999.02 :
    M.S. in Chemical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea
  • 1993.03-1997.02 :
    B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea


  • MRS Fellow
  • 2022 Clarivate Highly Cited Researcher

Prof. Wai-Yeung Wong 黃維揚Hong Kong

Chair Professor of Chemical Technology, Department of Applied Biology & Chemical Technology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), Hong Kong

Dean, Faculty of Appl. Science & Textiles / Faculty of Science, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), Hong Kong

Title: Recent Advances in Phosphorescent Metal Complexes

Wai-Yeung Wong (Raymond) obtained his B.Sc. (Hons.) and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Hong Kong. After postdoctoral works at Texas A&M University (Advisor: Prof. F. A. Cotton) and the University of Cambridge (Advisors: Profs. The Lord Lewis and P. R. Raithby), he joined Hong Kong Baptist University from 1998 to 2016 and he now works at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University as the Dean of Faculty of Science and Chair Professor of Chemical Technology. His research focuses on materials chemistry, especially aiming at developing photofunctional molecules and polymers for organic optoelectronics and multifunctional metal-based nanomaterials. He was awarded the RSC Chemistry of the Transition Metals Award, FACS Distinguished Young Chemist Award, State Natural Science Award from China, and RGC Senior Research Fellow Award, among others. He has also served as the Associate Editor for Journal of Materials Chemistry C from 2013 to 2022 and is currently Editor-in-Chief for Topics in Current Chemistry, Editor for Journal of Organometallic Chemistry and Associate Editor for Energy Advances.

Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) have received a great deal of interest owing to the huge market application potentials as large-size, flexible, high-quality self-luminous display panels and lighting sources. The performance of phosphorescent OLEDs is mainly limited by the phosphorescent transition metal complexes (such as iridium(III), platinum(II)) and the hosts which can play a crucial role in furnishing efficient energy transfer, balanced charge injection/transporting character and high quantum efficiency in the devices. In this talk, the recent advances in the phosphorescent metal complexes functionalized with various ligand moieties will be discussed from the point of view of their structure–property relationships. Besides, near-infrared (NIR) light-emitting organic materials and their devices have aroused growing interest recently due to their great potential for applications in photodynamic therapy, signal processing, night-vision devices and information-secured displays. New and efficient strategies to develop NIR phosphorescent emitters and soft salt complexes will also be presented and their optoelectronic applications will be described.

Prof. Jin JangSouth Korea

Director, Advanced Display Research Center (ADRC), Kyung Hee University (KHU), South Korea 

Professor, Department of Information Display, Kyung Hee University (KHU), South Korea

Title: A Study on Stretchable Active-Matrix Micro-LED Electronics

Jin Jang is a Chair Professor at Department of Information Display of Kyung Hee University. His current research programs are in oxide and LTPS TFTs for displays, TFT circuits and TFT application t to sensors, Micro-LED and flexible AMOLED. He is the author or co-author of over 1,000 technical publications of which over 700 are in SCI Journals such as Nature, Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Energy Environmental Science, Applied Physics Letters and IEEE Electron Device Letters. He is currently a Director of Advanced Display Research Center (ADRC) and had served as Program Chair of SID Symposium 2007 and General Chair of SID Display Week in 2009 and General Chair of IMID 2012, 2013. He is a Fellow of SID and he was awarded George Smith Award from IEEE in 2012, Slotto Owaki Prize from SID in 2015, Jan Rajchman Prize in 2022 from SID and Ho-Am Award in 2017 from Samsung.

I will talk about the issues related with stretchable AM electronics using oxide TFT array. I will discuss on the LTPO circuits for gate driver, EM gate driver, PWM pixel circuits for micro-LED displays. I will also discuss the transfer technology of micro-LEDs, and bonding to TFT array on stretchable PDMS substrate. We used the liquid metal for stretchable interconnection which is a key technology for stretchable electronics. The AM micro-LED display we have demonstrated could have 20% stretchability. I will conclude my talk by explaining some recent results on TFT electronics in ADRC.

Prof. Tsung-Hsien Lin 林宗賢Taiwan

Distinguished Professor, Department of Photonics, National Sun Yat-Sen University (NSYSU), Taiwan

Title: Technological Development of Liquid Crystal Smart Window

Prof. Dong-Sing Wuu 武東星Taiwan

President, National Chi Nan University (NCNU), Taiwan

Professor, Department of Applied Materials and Optoelectronic Engineering, National Chi Nan University (NCNU), Taiwan

Title: Recent progress on advanced brightness enhancement films for display applications

S8. Thin Film and Photovoltaic Technology

Prof. Gang Li 李剛Hong Kong

Sir Sze-Yuen Chung Endowed Professor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), Hong Kong

Title: Advancing Organic Photovoltaics - active layer and potential applications

Prof. Gang Li obtained his BS degree in Space Physics from Wuhan University (1994), MS in Electrical Engineering and PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from Iowa State University, U.S.A. (2003). His postdoctoral research in University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) from 2004 to 2007 was on polymer solar cells and LEDs. From 2007 to 2011, he led the printable polymer solar cell R&D in Los Angeles based Solarmer Energy Inc. Prof. Li has a good mix of academic and industrial experience. His research interests are organic semiconductor, and organo-metal halide hybrid perovskite based thin-film optoelectronic devices. He has done seminal contributions to Printalbe Solar cells with global reputation. He has published ~140 papers in peer review journals including Nature Materials, nature Photnics, Science, Nature Review Materials etc. His papers have been cited over 59000 times according to Google Scholar, in which 17 papers have over 1000 citations. He is recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher (Materials Science 2014 – 2019; Physics 2017-2018, Chemistry 2018) by Thomson Reuter / Clarivate Analytic, with a H-Index of 71.

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Dr. Yi-Ming Chang 張怡鳴Taiwan

Chief Technology Officer, Raynergy Tek Incorporation, Taiwan

Title: Organic Photodiode Beyond Photovoltaic Application

Dr. Yi-Ming Chang joined Raynergy Tek Inc. in 2014 and now he is leading the technical development and customer support function to enhance company values. Prior to joining Raynergy Tek, Dr. Chang worked at Industrial Technology Research Institute and the works were mainly on developing the conducting polymers, silver nanowires, and organic electronic devices, such as OPVs, OLEDs, OTFTs, and stretchable biosensors. Dr. Chang received his Ph.D. degree in 2008 from National Taiwan University in Polymer Science and Engineering. He also worked at University of California, Los Angeles as Visiting Scholar in Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He holds several patents and published more than 25 peer-reviewed articles.

Since the invention of the first organic photovoltaic (OPV) device nearly four decades ago, OPV has now entered the commercialization phase, marking a milestone in the application of organic electronics. Following this, we believe that photodetectors and image sensors with specific spectral responses will be the next wave of organic photodiode technology to enter the market, especially targeting wavelengths that silicon cannot respond to. Therefore, in this presentation, we will not only provide an overview of the commercialization status of OPVs, but also highlight our efforts in organic photodetector (OPD) technology, targeting to creat a new opportunity for applications and market in organic semiconductors.

Dr. Chi-Chung Kei 柯志忠Taiwan

Research Fellow & Division Director, Advanced Process and Equipment Development Division, Taiwan Instrument Research Institute (TIRI), National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan

Title: Nanostructures Prepared by using Atomic Layer Deposition for Optoelectronic Applications

S9. Optical Sensing

Prof. Morten IbsenUnited Kingdom

Professor, University of Southampton (Soton), United Kingdom

Title: Optical Fibre Sensor Technologies for High-Speed Monitoring of Rapid Chemical Reactions and Detonation Events

Morten Ibsen spends much of his time researching Optics, Optoelectronics, Fiber laser, Laser and Optical fiber. His Optics study often links to related topics such as Amplifier. His Optoelectronics research focuses on subjects like Photon, which are linked to Polarization, Quantum optics, Broadband and Birefringence.

The concepts of his Laser study are interwoven with issues in Power, Wavelength, Microfluidics and Zero-dispersion wavelength. The various areas that Morten Ibsen examines in his Optical fiber study include Nonlinear optics and Laser linewidth. His Fiber Bragg grating research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fiber optic sensor and Distributed feedback laser.

Prof. Yi-Chung Tung 董奕鍾Taiwan

Research Fellow, Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Title: Control and Sensing Oxygen in Microfluidic Devices for Cell Culture Applications

Prof. Ching-Ting Lee 李清庭Taiwan

Chair Professor, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan
Chair Professor, Yuan Ze University (YZU), Taiwan

Title: Gallium oxide-based materials and ultraviolet phototransistors

Prof. Ming-Che Chan 詹明哲Taiwan

Professor, Institute of Photonic Systems, College of Photonics, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU), Taiwan

Title: Contrast enhancement in femtosecond laser based optical sensing

S10. Metaverse Photonics

Dr. Maria PaceUSA

XR Hardware, Business Strategy and Partnerships, Google, USA

Title: Optics and the Metaverse


  • Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, USA (Major: Electrical Engineering, Minor: Mechanical Engineering.)

Areas of expertise:

  • MEMS Nanofabrication
  • AR/VR/MR/Smart Glasses
  • Hardware Roadmap Definitions
  • Collaborative Leadership
  • Optics, Display and Sensing
  • Production Lab/Fab set-up
  • Team Building & Mentoring
  • Micro/nano-optics / Waveguides
  • Internal Resources Optimization
  • Internal Communications
  • Vendor Partnerships
  • Technology Evangelization
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Prof. Junsuk Rho 魯埈錫South Korea

Mu-Eun-Jae Endowed Chair Professor, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), South Korea

Title: Metaphotonics for future optical components and devices: Design, materials and manufacturing

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