Welcome to the Belgian Photonics Online Meetup

The goal of bePOM is to strengthen the Belgian photonics network, associating research groups from all the universities in Belgium working on fundamental and applied topics in photonics. It will give the opportunity to early career and established researchers to (re-)discover and learn about the ongoing research topics in the Belgian cities next-door, without moving from their home universities.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

3rd bePOM edition - 29 & 30 September 2022

A 2-day free event

One day online - One day hybrid online/on site @VUB

Our programme is available!

Tutorials & invited talks

Contributed talks by topic selected upon the abstracts

Submit your abstract now!

Day 1: Gather Town & a fully online poster session

Day 2: On site industry representation & networking sessions

Our 2022 topics

#1 | Quantum, non-linear & laser optics

#2 | Biosensing & biophotonics: from micro- to nanoscale

#3 | Optical design, manufacturing & imaging systems

#4 | Nanophotonics, plasmonics & metamaterials

#5 | R&D in industry

 

More information here soon.  Stay tuned!  Meanwhile, check out what happened in 2021!

 

 Scientific and organizing Committee

  • (new member) Dr. Marina Avramenko | Universiteit Antwerpen
  • Dr Tatevik Chalyan | Vrije Universiteit Brussel
  • Mrs Karin Derochette | University of Namur
  • (new member) Nicolas Englebert | Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • (new member) Mr Mehdi Feizpour | Vrije Universiteit Brussel
  • (new member) Dr. Dmitry Levshov – Universiteit Antwerpen
  • Dr Michaël Lobet | University of Namur - Harvard University
  • Dr Sébastien Mouchet | University of Namur - University of Exeter
  • Dr Gilles Rosolen | University of Mons
  • Dr Ir Lien Smeesters | Vrije Universiteit Brussel
  • Ms Migle Stebryte | Universiteit Gent
  • Dr Ir Denis Tihon | UCLouvain - University of Cambridge 
  • Mr Timo Van Gucht | Vrije Universiteit Brussel

As bePOM is affiliated with POM, we totally share their mission and aims

bePOM is affiliated with the international POM conference

The initial mission of POM was to provide everyone access to the latest knowledge. Lately, especially due to the pandemic of COVID-19, it has become more important than ever to promote methods of disseminating scientific knowledge without physical contact.  Read more...

BePOM 2022 is supported by