PIERS 2018 in Toyama
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PIERS 2018 in Toyama, Japan, 1-4 August, 2018

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PIERS2018 Toyama Focus/Special Sessions  
Emerging Techniques for Optical Communication and Sensing 2
Organized by Prof. Guo-Wei Lu (Tokai University) and Prof. Zhenzhou Cheng (Tianjin University)
 
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Although light has many unique advantages in the areas of communication and sensing, such as high accuracy and resolution, electromagnetic immunity, and non-invasive measurement, many practical applications cannot be realized without the support of new techniques. For example, optical communication experiences unprecedented development after Charles Kao made an insightful discovery about the optical fiber, a low-cost and low-loss optical medium, in 1960s. After decades of development, optical communication and sensing have already formed a huge academic and industrial community as well as boosted a broad market. On the other hand, new areas are still continuously appearing in material sciences, micro/nano-photonic devices, and signal processing technology. These emerging areas are expected to bring us new science, revolutionize the existing techniques, and even create novel products in optical communication and sensing. In this session, we invite scientists to review their previous work and share their original studies about the emerging techniques for optical communication and sensing.
 
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