I wish to thank everyone for their active participation and for bringing their expertise and experience and engaging in such fruitful, constructive exchanges throughout the four days of the Symposium.
I would like to mention the following overall statistics as a successful organization of the TeraTech 2023. With accompanying persons from overseas more than 100 participants were attracted to Aizuwakamatsu, Japan. The technical sessions accommodated 80 onsite participants including 30 from overseas and 10 online participants mostly from overseas.
The success of TeraTech 2023 would not have been possible without donations we received from a number of organizations for the symposium. We are thankful to University of Aizu and all the sponsors for their contributions.
I wish also to express my gratitude to the members of the local organizing committee for their hard work.
See you on TeraTech 2024!
Chair of TeraTech 2023 Local Organizing Committee
The TeraTech 2023 International Symposium aims to bring together researchers who tackle "Fundamental & Applied Problems in Terahertz-related Devices & Technologies", stimulate discussions on their state-of-the-art results and promote their collaborations. Please download the call for papers flyer here.
Topics of the symposium include but not limited to:
1. THz emission & detection
2. THz devices & electronic/optical components
3. THz and ultrafast phenomena
4. THz applications
Astronomy and environment
5. Ultrafast devices and technologies
Call for Extended papers for IJHSES Special Issue (Sep. 17, 2023)
Best Student Paper Award and Student Encouragement Award winners have been announced (Sep. 7, 2023)
Sightseeing information has been updated (Aug. 2, 2023)
Advance Program has been released (July 14, 2023)
New financial Sponsors have been confirmed (June 29, 2023)
All participants are encouraged to book their accommodation at Washington Hotel with the booking form (June 23,2023)
The symposium registration schedule has been fixed (Jan. 11, 2023)