ETOP 2013 Call for Papers

Abstract deadline extended to 25 February

ETOP 2013

Submit your abstract for ETOP, a biennial conference that brings together the international community of optics and photonics educators from both academia and industry to share experiences and information about learning and teaching optics and photonics at all levels.

The 12th Education and Training in Optics and Photonics Conference, ETOP’2013 is being jointly organized by Portugal’ and Tunisia’ Territorial Committees of ICO and will be held at Faculty of Science of the University of Porto in Porto, Portugal on July 23 to 26, 2013.

The teaching of optics and photonics, critical fields at the core of today’s world-wide scientific and technological infrastructure, must continually be upgraded and renewed in order to meet the growing demands of research, science and industry for the sake of the sustainable development of our world and humankind.

Please forward this message on to your colleagues who may be interested in attending – SPIE hopes to see you there!

To learn more about ETOP 2013, please visit www.optica.pt/etop2013/

Visit the ETOP 2013 Call for Papers at www.optica.pt/etop2013/index_ficheiros/Page551.htm

ETOP’ 2013 is collocated and will run in parallel and in an articulated way with RIAO/OPTILAS’2013, the VIII Iberoamerican Optics Meeting and XI Latinamerican Meeting on Optics, Lasers and Applications (www.riaooptilas2013.org)

The ETOP2013 conference will run at the Science Faculty of the University of Porto, Portugal. The venue is located in a quiet area with several gardens and green areas with remarkable views to the sea, the Douro river and its historical bridges, the world famous Porto wine cellars and the UNESCO World Heritage “Ribeira”.

ETOP is a reference biennial conference that brings together the international community of optics and photonics educators, the academia and the industry, from all around the world to share experiences and information about learning and teaching optics and photonics at all levels. The teaching of optics and photonics, critical fields at the core of today’s world-wide scientific and technological infrastructure, must continually be upgraded and renewed in order to meet the growing demands of research, science and industry for the sake of the sustainable development of our world and humankind.

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