PICALO 2010 call for papers

PICALO focuses on the growth and application of lasers and optics in the Pacific region.

Pacific International Conference on Applications of Lasers and Optics (PICALO), scheduled for March 23-25, 2010, Shangri-La Hotel - Wuhan, People's Republic of China focuses on the growth and application of lasers and optics in the Pacific region. PICALO brings together researchers, engineers, equipment suppliers, and industry personnel to hear the latest developments and progress in lasers and applications and to share knowledge, experiences, and visions. PICALO features sessions on Laser Materials Processing and Laser Micro, Nano and Ultrafast Fabrication as well as the International Enterprise Summit. Submit your abstract and join the conference that predicts where the future of laser technology leads!

Who should attend?
Anyone interested in lasers and materials processing from the basic understanding of the interaction between a laser beam and a material to those interested in how a process can be integrated and optimized for an application. The organizing committee's goal for PICALO is to bring both academic and industry people together who may benefit from laser technology. This includes researchers and end-users as well as engineers and technicians engaged in developing laser technology. The conference will provide a face-to-face platform for scholars, experts, and entrepreneurs worldwide as well as management personnel, technicians, and end-users in China, especially in Wuhan. At the same time, PICALO will demonstrate the development and achievements in the field of laser processing in recent years and thus bridge China's companies and enterprise to the world.

Abstract submission and notification schedule
September 22, 2009
Abstract Submission Deadline

October 22, 2009
Acceptance Notice with Instructions to Authors

January 7, 2010
Speaker Final Manuscript Due, PDF Format

January 21, 2010
Speaker Registration and Payment Due

March 23-25, 2010

Manuscript deadlines must be strictly observed. Late manuscripts run the risk of not being published in the proceedings. This policy enables LIA to better serve congress participants by publishing the proceedings before the congress and distributing them onsite. Your cooperation is appreciated by all.

For more information, download the PIACLO 2010 call for papers pdf.

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