Past events

International Symposium on Ultrafast Photonics Technologies (ISUPT) 2017

10-11 July 2017, University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, Winchester UK
Early bird registration closes 31 March 2017.

For full details and to register, visit

We would like to invite you to the 8th International Symposium on Ultrafast Photonic Technologies (ISUPT2017).

ISUPT is intended to provide a forum for researchers and students working on ultrafast photonic technologies including ultrahigh-speed optical communication, optical metrology, lasers, bio-medical technology, and advanced measurement technologies.

Plenary speakers

  • Prof Tobias Kippenberg - EPFL, Switzerland
  • Dr Peter Winzer - Nokia Bell Laboratory, US

Invited speakers include:

  • Prof Ben Eggleton - The University of Sydney, Australia
  • Prof Franz Kartner - DESY Hamburg, Germany
  • Prof Christian Koos - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • Prof Yutaka Miyamoto - NTT, Japan
  • Prof Masataka Nakazawa - Tohoku University, Japan
  • Prof Leif Katsuo Oxenlowe - Technical University of Denmark
  • Prof Stojan Radic - UC San Diego, US
  • Prof Siddarth Ramachadran - Boston University, US
  • Prof Sergei Turitsyn - Aston Institute of Photonics Technologies, UK
  • Prof Dimitra Simeonidou - University of Bristol, UK
  • Prof Frank Wise - Cornell University, US
  • Prof S.J. Ben Yoo - University of California, Davis

The latest advances in ultrafast photonics will be presented, with a particular emphasis on optical communications. Future directions for research and development will be discussed among leaders in the field. There will also be poster sessions for students and early-career researchers wishing to present their work during the course of the meeting. For full details of the event, visit

Students and early-career researchers interested in presenting a poster should send a proposed title and 35 word abstract to by 31 March 2017.

Registration online

Early bird registration closes 31 March 2017


Symposium sponsors

Horizon 2020, Safari, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Victories, The Optoelectronics Research Centre - University of Southampton, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Transforming the Internet Infrastructure: the Photonics Hyperhighway