Keynote: Dr. Islam Salama
Dr. Islam Salama is a Senior Director with Intel Corporation responsible for packaging substrate Pathfinding of the high density interconnect across Intel products. Islam has a Ph.D. in laser materials processing from the College of Optics and Photonics (CREOL), UCF, and has been with Intel since 2003. Islam has authored over 30 technical papers, was awarded more than 70 international patents in the fields of HDI substrate technology, laser technology, materials processing and semiconductor fabrication. Islam is a member of the steering committee with the International Technology Manufacturing Initiative (iNEMI), and a board member of Applicote Associates LLC.
Dr. Jason Eichenholz
Luminar Technologies, Inc.
Jason Eichenholz is the co-founder and CTO of Luminar, a sensing technology company that will become the core platform to enable safe fully autonomous vehicles. As CTO, Eichenholz is responsible for research and development of new products, product roadmap and bringing Luminar’s technology to to market. Before joining Luminar, Eichenholz was the CEO and founder of Open Photonics, an open innovation company dedicated to the commercialization of optics and photonics technologies. Eichenholz is a fellow of SPIE and of OSA. He holds more than twenty U.S. patents on new types of lasers and photonic devices.
Dr. Milton Chang
Incubic Management LLC.
Milton Chang is a past president of the LIA and OSA, and a Fellow of LIA, OSA, and IEEE. He is a trustee of Caltech and is currently on the boards of two companies. He was CEO of Newport Corporation and New Focus, which he took public. His book “Toward Entrepreneurship” sharing his experience in starting and building companies is well-received. Check out the reviews at www.miltonchang.com and more about his current activities at www.incubic.com.
Congress General Chair
Christoph Leyens, Fraunhofer IWS
Laser Materials Processing Conference
Klaus Kleine, Coherent Inc. Friedhelm Dorsch, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH
The Laser Materials Processing Conference will explore new developments of applications, processes and laser beam sources in laser materials processing. The laser is a fundamental tool in today’s industrial production and new development of applications, processes and laser beam sources have driven us to levels we have never seen before. This conference will let you experience and discuss the applications and trends of tomorrow.
Laser Microprocessing Conference
Robert Braunschweig, LASEA Eric Mottay, Amplitude Systemes
The Laser Microprocessing Conference will consist of papers featuring a wide spectrum of applications and innovative equipment from biomedical applications to photovoltaics. The presentations will introduce the latest and greatest advancements in their respective fields, presented by world leading companies and research organizations.
Yongfeng Lu, Univ. of Nebraska–Lincoln
The Nanomanufacturing Conference will consist of presentations on nanomanufacturing, which have relevance to laser technologies. Much progress has been achieved in laser direct writing for nanomachining, nanofabrication using femtosecond lasers and laser assisted growth of nanostructures. This conference will highlight research in emerging nanomanufacturing technologies in 3D micro/nanomachining, 2-photon lithography, digital fabrication, nanoparticle formation, surface nanostructuring and laser assisted growth and epitaxy.
Business Forum & Panel Discussion
Klaus Loeffler, TRUMPF Laser and Systems GmbH Bo Gu, BOS Photonics
The ICALEO Business Forum and Panel Discussion provides attendees with an exclusive opportunity to listen to and interact with industry experts, business leaders and decision makers on significant issues facing the laser and photonics industry. This exciting forum is open to all attendees; you will not want to miss this fantastic opportunity to engage with the speakers during the panel discussion, expand your professional development and enhance your own business perspective.