The Newest Information for AOMATT 2014

The 7th International Symposium on Advanced Optical Manufacturing and Testing Technologies (AOMATT2014) is to be hold in April 26-29, 2014 in the beautiful city of Harbin, in northern China. AOMATT is a well-established international symposium on the design, manufacturing, and testing of optical components and systems. It features high quality plenary presentations by well-known experts, parallel oral sessions, poster sessions, banquet, and tours to local attractions. All accepted papers will be published in SPIE Proceedings and SPIE Digital Library.

The more information as below:

1. Daily Event Schedule





April 25, 2014


Registration for domestic authors

the first floor, Victories Hotel, Harbin


Registration for overseas authors

the first floor, Victories Hotel, Harbin

After 20:00

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April 26, 2014


Opening Ceremony

Globe Theatre,
Harbin International Conference Center


Plenary Presentation 1 to 5


Plenary Presentation 6 to 9


Welcome Banquet

April 27, 2014


Session 1-1, Session 2-1

Session 3-1, Session 4-1

Session 5-1, Session 6-1

room 407, room 408

room 409, room 410

room 411, room 412


Session 1-2, Session 2-2

Session 3-2, Session 4-2

Session 5-2, Session 6-2

room 407, room 408

room 409, room 410

room 411, room 412


social gathering

Student Center of Harbin Institute of Technology

April 28, 2014



room 407 & 408


Poster Presentations

room 502, Harbin International Conference Center

April 29, 2014


museum of Harbin Institute of Technology

April 30, 2014


The Meeting Ended.



2. Plenary Presentation

9:00-12:40  April 26         Plenaries 1 to 5          Globe Theatre

Location: Globe Theatre, Harbin International Conference Center

Plenary Session 1

Chair:  JIANG Wenhan, Academician, Institute of Optics and Electronics (IOE), CAS

(Time:  9:00 to 9:40)

1)    Manufacturing the Optics for the Thirty Meter Telescope

      Prof. Larry Stepp (USA)

      Telescope Department Head for the Thirty Meter Telescope Project, USA


(Time:  9:40 to 10:20)

2)    The Progress of the European Extremely Large Telescope

      Dr. Bernard Delabre (Germany)

      Optical Design Engineer, ESO-European Southern Observatory


(Time:  10:20 to 11:00)

3)    Method and procedure for the high-efficiency and ultra-precision diamond turning of large optical mirrors

      Dr. Tao Sun (China)

      Prof. and Director of the Centre for Precision Engineering(CPE)


Tea time (11:00-11:20)

Plenary Session 2

Chair:  YAN Yongda, Vice President, School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology

(Time:  11:20 to 12:00)

4)    Precision nanometrology for fabrication of micro optics

      Dr. Wei Gao (Japan)

      Professor and the Director of Research Center for Precision Nanosystems, Dept. of Nanomechanics of Tohoku University


(Time:  12:00 to 12:40)

5)    Advanced Manufacturing and Testing Technologies for Multiple Mirror Space Telescopes

      Dr. Zhang Xuejun (China)

      Prof. Vice President of Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics, CAS

Lunch time (13:00-14:00)

14:00-17:00 April 26          Plenaries 6 to 9          Globe Theatre

Location: Globe Theatre, Harbin International Conference Center

Plenary Session 3

Chair:    LI Yanqiu, Key Laboratory of Photoelectronic Imaging Technology and System, Ministry of Education of China

(Time:  14:00 to 14:40)

6)    Diffractive optical elements: fabrication and application

      Prof. A.G. Poleshchuk & Dr. Victor P. Korolkov (Russia)

      Head of the Laboratory Of Diffractive Optics

     Institute of Automation and Electrometry, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia


(Time:  14:40 to 15:20)

7)    Advanced ion beam finishing and atmospheric plasma technology for high end optics

      Dr. Axel SCHINDLER (Germany)

      Science and Technology Consultant in ion beam and plasma technology for ultra-precision surface processing
Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification, IOM


Tea time (15:20-15:40)

Plenary Session 4

Chair:    Myung K. Cho, National Optical Astronomy Observatory (USA)

(Time:  15:40 to 16:20)

8)    Complex plasmonic applications: 3D chiral, nonreciprocal and active plasmonics

      Dr. Harald Giessen (Germany)

      Chair for Ultrafast Nanooptics in the Department of Physics at the University of Stuttgart


(Time:  16:20 to 17:00)

9)    Manipulating the polarization states of electromagnetic waves using sub-wavelength structures

      Prof. LUO Xiangang (China)

      Director of State Key Laboratory of Optical Technologies on Nano-Fabrication and Micro-Engineering


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