Previous Events

 

EOSAM has been organized in several European countries since 2006, on a biennial basis. Since 2020 the event will be held annually. The websites of the previous EOSAM events can be found in EOS archives:

 

 
 
 

EOSAM 2010
26 - 29 October
Paris, France

The third scientific EOS Annual Meeting (EOSAM 2010) was held in Paris, France,
from 26 - 29 October 2010 alongside the OPTO exhibition (26 - 28 October),
in co-operation with SFO, ICO, Optecnet, and Photonics4life. Previous meetings took place in 2008 and 2006 with more than 650 attendees.

Topical Meetings and Workshop at EOSAM 2010:

TOM 1: Biophotonics - Advanced Trapping and Optofluidics in Life Sciences
TOM 2: Terahertz Science and Technology
TOM 3: Nanophotonics and Metamaterials
TOM 4: Micro-Optics
TOM 5: Organic Photonics
TOM 6: Nonlinear Optics and Photonics
TOM 7: ICO/EOS TOM on Optics & Energy
Workshop : Masters and PhD Education in Photonics

EOSAM 2008

29 September - 2 October
Paris, France

The second edition of EOSAM was held alongside the OPTO exhibition in Paris, France, in co-operation with SFO.

Topical Meetings:
• TOM 1: Biophotonics
• TOM 2: Terahertz - Science and Technology
• TOM 3: Nanophotonics, Photonic Crystals and Metamaterials
• TOM 4: Micro- and Nanoscale Photonic Systems
• TOM 5: Organic Photonics
• TOM 6: Nonlinear Optics - Materials, Devices and Spatio-Temporal Effects
• TOM 7: Dynamical Optics

Workshops
Masters and PhD Education in Photonics Biophotonics Business: Opportunities and Challenges for European Companies
(part of TOM 1: Biophotonics)

EOSAM 2006  

16 - 19 October
Paris, France

The first EOSAM ever organized was held alongside the OPTO exhibition in Paris, France (16 - 19 October 2006),
in co-operation with SFO and EPS. For this first edition, the EOS Annual Meeting featured six topical meetings:

  • Biophotonics and Biomedical Optics (QEOD/EPS and EOS)
  • Extreme Optics (QEOD/EPS and EOS)
  • Nanophotonics, Metamaterials and Optical Microcavities (QEOD/EPS and EOS)
  • Micro-Optics, Diffractive Optics and Optical MEMS
  • Photonic Devices in Space
  • Nonlinear Optics: From Sources to Guided Waves