작성자 관리자 작성일 2019-04-19
최근수정일 2020-05-11


Summer School On Lasers and Laser Applications, SSOLLA 2019, will be held from July 8 to July 12, 2019 at APRI, GIST. 

APRI(Advanced Photonics Research Institute) is a government supported research institute established in 2001 to develop researches in the area of photonics and to promote international cooperation. We are planning to hold the 10th Summer School at GIST (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) in Gwangju, Korea. The summer school, SSOLLA 2019, offers educational programs on lasers and laser applications to help understand the basics and applications of laser technology. The main goal of the SSOLLA program is to provide an opportunity to interact with the APRI scientists and the participants who are interested in this field. Lectures and experiments will be conducted in English by the APRI research scientists and the GIST faculty members. New innovations in photonic research are being widely applied to various fields including biology, nano-material and communications. The curriculum covers laser safety, fundamental of applied optics, biophotonics, nanophotonics and optics experiments. 



 - Laser Safety Training (Dr. Myoung Kyu Oh)
 - Fiber Laser, Principles and Applications (Dr. Changsu Jun)
 - Biology + Medicine + Light = Biophotonics (Prof. Jae Gwan Kim)
 - Fundamentals of Photovoltacis and Solar Power Generations (Prof. Jae-Hyung Jang)
 - Introduction to Nonlinear Optics and Application (Dr. Nan Ei Yu)
 - Femtosecond transient absorption and stimulated Raman spectroscopy (Prof. Yoonsoo Pang)
 - Fundamentals and Applications of Nanophotonics (Dr. Chul-Sik Kee)
 - Principle of organic electronics : From OLED to perovskite (Dr. Chang Lyoul LEE)
 - Droplet Epitaxy for the formation of III-V compound semiconductor quantum nanostructures(Prof. Jong Su Kim)



- Laser Interferometer

- Gas Laser(He/Ne Laser)

- Solid State Laser(Nd:YAG Laser)

- Solid Dye Laser

- Optical Coherence Tomagraphy 


Please apply for the program no later than April 30.

For more information, please check the attached files or contact Irene (EXTN.3416, EMAIL: