Palisades Convention Management
The 2017 II-VI Workshop
411 Lafayette Street, Suite 201
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-460-8090 x203
University of Illinois at Chicago
845 W. Taylor St. MC 273
Chicago, IL 60607
|Abstract Due Date||Jun 9|
|Notification of Accepts/Rejects||Jun 30|
|Late-News Abstracts||July 14|
|Extended Abstracts||Aug 25|
|Hotel Registration||Sep 28|
|Workshop Reservation||Oct 13|
|Paper Submission||Oct 1 - Nov 13|
|2017 II-VI Workshop||Oct 31- Nov 2|
EPIR Technologies, Inc.
590 Territorial Drive, Unit B
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
This year the II-VI Workshop will be held on October 31 – November 2 at the Embassy Suites Lake Front, Chicago, IL.
Embassy Suites Chicago Downtown - Lakefront is a great place to stay during your trip to Chicago. With reasonable rates and an incredible location in the River East Arts Complex, business opportunities and attractions are just minutes away.
Located just five minutes from Navy Pier, Embassy Suites Chicago Downtown - Lakefront is so close to a day of fun for everyone. Home of many restaurants, visitors can enjoy a diverse dining experience between rides on the Ferris wheel or browsing stores.
Learn more: Link to hotel
Every year the Workshop Committee selects one of the student presentations to receive the William E. Spicer - Thomas N. Casselman award for the best student paper ...Read more...
The 2016 best paper award winner is Elizabeth LeBlanc from Texas State University (Advisor: Prof. Tom Meyers). Her presentation title, "Controlling the Magnesium Composition in CdTe/CdMgTe Heterostructures."
2017 - This year’s Keynote Speakers will be Dr. Jay Lewis of Defense Advanced
Research Projects Agency (DARPA)/MTO and Dr. Don Reago of the Night Vision
and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD).
This year the II-VI Workshop will feature a tutorial section on Monday, October 30. The tutorial will be given by Dr. David Rhiger of Raytheon Vision Systems and Dr. Don Lee of Teledyne Scientific & Imaging. The tutorial welcomes all interested and registered U.S. II-VI workshop participants. The workshop committee particularly encourages graduate students, post-docs and junior researchers to attend the tutorial and explore the topics in detail and tap into the experience of and network with the well-established researchers. More information about the tutorials such as topic, registration, time and location will be posted on the II-VI Workshop website and also distributed via email in following weeks.
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