Programme

Thursday 6 April

 

PS3:01 Metrology of terahertz measurements by time-domain-spectroscopy
A Steiger, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany

 

PS3:02 TELBE: High-field high-repetition-rate photon facility for coherent THz control of matter
S Kovalev, Helmholz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf, Germany

 

PS3:03 THz pump-probe setup for experiments in high magnetic fields
D Kamenskyi, Radboud University, Netherlands

 

PS3:04 Real-time frequency measurement of CW-THz radiation using dual photo-carrier THz combs induced by a free-running, dual-wavelength mode-locked, Er:fiber laser
T Yasui, Tokushima University, Japan

 

PS3:05 Improving performance in terahertz spectral identification by empirical mode decomposition
Y Su, Tsinghua University, China

 

PS3:06 FELBE, The THz/Infrared FEL user facility for ultrafast, nanoscale, and high field studies
J M Klopf, Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), Germany

 

PS3:07 Ultrafast field emission of electron from a metallic nanotip by intense single cycle THz pulses
D Matte, McGill University, Canada

 

PS3:08 Tuneable THz generation using 2nd order non-linear optical effects in GaAs/AlGaAs multi-quantum well excitons at room temperature
A Majeed, University of Sheffield, UK

 

PS3:09 Towards direct access to THz-driven transient electronic states with time-resolved ARPES
J C Deinert, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany

 

PS3:10 Making a commercial infrared pyroelectric detector sensitive to millimetre waves via near-field metasurface-pyroelectric-film interaction
M Navarro-Cia, University of Birmingham, UK

 

PS3:11 Intense and broadband THz wave generation in new organic electro-optic OHQ-T crystals
J-H Han, Ajou University, Korea Republic of (South Korea)

 

PS3:12:Assessment of large internal optical anisotropy in fluoroelastomer with carbon black fillers using a polarization sensitive terahertz spectroscopy
M Okano, Keio University, Japan

 

PS3:13 Retrieval of elliptically-polarized terahertz electric-field pulse shapes by electro-optic sampling
K Oguchi, Keio University, Japan

 

PS3:14 Direct measurement of terahertz wavefront pulses using 2D electro-optic imaging
E A Abraham, Bordeaux University - LOMA, France

 

PS3:15 Spatial-frequency noise suppression techniques for terahertz pulse time domain holography
N Petrov, ITMO University, Russia

 

PS3:16 Efficient terahertz wave generation by new organic electro-optic salt crystals at Ti:sapphire wavelength
S-C Lee, Ajou University, Korea Republic of (South Korea)

 

PS3:17 High-power THz wave generation with large-area organic electro-optic crystals grown in confinement geometry
C U Jeong, Ajou University, Korea Republic of (South Korea)

 

PS3:18 Sub-cycle cross-phase modulation in GaP induced by ultrastrong THz Field
C Vicario, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

 

PS3:19 Multi-mJ Stokes pulses for high-field THz generation in organic crystals
C Vicario, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

 

PS3:20 Photocarriers in the GaAs-based photovoltaic device evaluated with the pulsed THz emission
K Miyagawa, Osaka University, Japan

 

PS3:21 Vertical emission in whispering gallery mode quantum cascade terahertz lasers through dipole-antenna engineering
L Baldacci, NEST Laboratory, CNR - Istituto Nanoscienze & Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy

 

PS3:22 Numerical study of THz-pulse-driven proton post-accelerator
L Pálfalvi, University of Pécs, Hungary

 

PS3:23 Asymmetric strip line electrodes for photoconductive terahertz emission
A Singh, Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf, Germany

 

PS3:24 Uneven enhancement of terahertz generation in photoconductive antenna by silver nanoantennas
N Petrov, ITMO University, Russia

 

PS3:25 Monolithic extractors for broadband terahertz quantum cascade laser based frequency combs
M Rösch, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

 

PS3:26 Free-space terahertz radiation from a LT-GaAs-on-quartz large-area photoconductive emitter
J Freeman, University of Leeds, UK

 

PS3:27 Photoconductive THz detectors utilizing localized Beryllium doping: 10 dB increase in dynamic range
R Kohlhaas, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany

 

PS3:28 High performance InGaAs/InAlAs terahertz quantum cascade lasers
M A Kainz, TU Wien, Austria

 

PS3:29 Studies of dilute materials for THz emitters and detectors
L Al-Ghuraibawi, University of Essex, UK

 

PS3:30 Designing an efficient terahertz detector based on a photoconductive hybrid cavity
T Siday, University College London, UK

 

PS3:31 Nonlinear optics in QCLs: Towards broadband THz-to-optical up-conversion
S Houver, CNRS - Laboratoire Pierre Aigrain, France

 

PS3:32 Reconfigurable terahertz plasmonic devices using shape memory alloys
A Nahata, University of Utah, USA

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: EXTENDED
    12 December 2016
  • Early registration deadline:
    3 February 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    24 March 2017

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