Welcome to PGC 2024

Photonics Global Conference (PGC 2024) will be held in Wroclaw, Poland from August 26 to 29, 2024. The primary objective of the conference is to facilitate interdisciplinary interaction among diverse fields within the photonics and optical communications domain. With a rich history spanning several years, this conference annually rotates to different locations around the world, providing a diverse and dynamic platform for global collaboration. Last year's event took place in Stockholm, and in 2024, it is set to make its debut in Poland, positioned as the premier photonics and communication event. Set amidst the unique atmosphere of the Pracze Campus in Wroclaw, it aims to offer an exceptional platform for networking and the dissemination of the latest research findings. This conference will provide a space to convene international scientists, researchers, practitioners, and students in photonics, fostering discussions on emerging developments, novel concepts, and best practices. By identifying synergies in research directions, we endeavor to catalyze broader and deeper applications of photonics

Call For Papers

Track 1: Luminescent Materials

Track 2: III-V and Integrated Optical Devices

Track 3: Flexible and Polymer Photonics

Track 4: Optical Subsystems, Systems and Networks

Track 5: Microwave Photonics

Track 6: Biophotonics and Optical Biomedicine

Track 7: Fiber-Based Technologies and Applications

Track 8: Plasmonics and Metamaterials

Track 9: Optical Sensors and Systems

Conference Proceedings

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Visit Wroclaw

The market square in Wrocław is one of the most beautiful and significant places in the capital of Lower Silesia. For centuries, it has been the heart of the city and is currently one of the largest and most beautiful squares in Europe. It is a place where residents and tourists can enjoy stunning monuments, excellent restaurants, and entertainment while experiencing the atmosphere of a city rich in history and culture. The market square in Wrocław has a history of over 800 years, dating back to the 13th century. One of the most recognizable buildings on the square is the Town Hall.

A Gothic building with a beautiful facade, now housing a museum.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this iconic structure is an architectural masterpiece and hosts various events.

The oldest part of Wrocław, known for its charming streets, historic buildings, and the Wrocław Cathedral (Archikatedra św. Jana Chrzciciela): a stunning Gothic cathedral that dates back to the 10th century, located on Cathedral Island.


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