Palisades Convention Management
The 2018 II-VI Workshop
411 Lafayette Street, Suite 201
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-460-8090 x203
|Abstract Due Date||Jun 8|
|Notification of Accepts/Rejects||Jun 29|
|Late-News Abstracts||July 13|
|Extended Abstracts||Sep 14|
|Hotel Reservation||Oct 1|
|Workshop Registration||Oct 5|
|JEM Paper Submission Deadline||Oct 1 - Nov 13|
|2018 II-VI Workshop||Oct 22 - 25|
Sivananthan Laboratories, Inc.
590 Territorial Drive, Unit H
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
This year the II-VI Workshop will be held on October 22 – October 25 at the Sheraton Pasadena Hotel, Pasadena, CA
Located within walking distance of the city's historic Old Town district, and next door to the Pasadena Convention Center, the newly renovated Sheraton Pasadena hotel welcomes you to California with modern amenities and a commitment to superior service.
The II-VI Workshop committee appreciates all attendees to reserve their hotel needs at the official workshop hotel, the Sheraton Pasadena Hotel. By staying at this hotel you will assist the workshop lowering our costs of producing the workshop and continuing with the program in subsequent years. The Committee has had to guarantee a certain amount of room nights in order to achieve our contract with the hotel. Any rooms that fall below the contracted amount, the workshop becomes responsible for and has to pay an attrition fee.
We truly appreciate your cooperation in this very important matter.
The II-VI Workshop Steering Committee
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 2017 best paper award winner is Taylor Hubbard from Boston University. The presentation title, "Numerical Modeling of Three-Dimensional Microlenses for IR Focal-Plane Arrays"
This year’s Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Whitney Mason of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)/MTO
To Be Announced
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