The 33rd ISOM (ISOM'23) will be held from November 19 to 22, 2023, at TAKAMATSU SYMBOL TOWER in Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan. ISOM’23 will discuss the current status of Optical Memory, Imaging, Sensing, and Other Related Technologies.

The scopes of ISOM are being continuously updated and have been reorganized in 2016. To further highlight them, the official name of ISOM was changed from "International Symposium on Optical Memory" to "International Symposium on Imaging, Sensing, and Optical Memory" in 2017. In addition to ordinary contributed papers, a number of invited papers in cutting edge will be presented.

What's new
2023.5.15 ISOM'23 Online Submission is OPEN
2023.5.10 A special issue of this conference will be published in OPTICAL REVIEW

Important Date
Submission Deadline:July 1,2023

ISOM'23 Final Call for Paper (Download) 2023. 2.16
ISOM'23 Keynote, Special Invited, Invited Speakers
Presentation titles are tentative.

Keynote Speaker
  Prof. Aydogan Ozcan (UCLA, USA)

 Title: Deep-learning-enabled computational microscopy and
diffractive imaging

Special Invited Speaker
  Prof. Takeshi Yasui (Tokushima Univ., Japan)

  Title: Dual-comb microscopy

Invited Speakers
(in alphabetical order, no honorific titles here)
(more speakers under negotiation)

Toshihiko Baba (Yokohama National Univ., Japan)
Title: Solid-state FMCW LiDAR in Si photonics

Masatoshi Bunsen (Fukuoka Univ., Japan)
Title: Holographic data storage with complex amplitude modulation

Yukio Kawano (Chuo Univ., Japan)
Title: Flexible and stretchable broadband photo-sensor sheets for multi-view imaging

Tomohiro Kita (Waseda Univ., Japan)
Title: FMCW LiDAR using Si photonics hybrid tunable laser diode

Guohai Situ (Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, China)
Title: Deep learning for computational optical imaging: from data-driven to physics-enhancement

Masanori Takabayashi (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
Title: Self-referential holography and its fusion with AI technology

Yasuhiro Takaki (Tokyo Univ. Agri. and Tech., Japan)
Title: AR contact lens display using holography

Yuzuru Takashima (The Univ. of Arizona, USA)
Title: Compact AR near-to-eye display engine and solid-state-lidar by high TRL MEMS SLM

Hidemitsu Toba (Nikon Corp., Japan)
Title: Singlet metalens for near-infrared with field-of-view of 170 deg

Din Ping Tsai (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Title: Intelligent optical meta-device for multimodal perception

Kazuyoshi Yamazaki (Hitachi, Ltd., Japan)
Title: Wide field of view technology for in-vehicle stereo camera

Hiroshi Yoshikawa (Nihon Univ., Japan)
Title: Recent trends on holographic video display

Andy Zott (Scantinel Photonics, Germany)
Title: Recent advances in photonic integrated FMCW LiDAR




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