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OCTOBER 22–26, 2017
Sheraton® Atlanta Hotel
Atlanta, GA USA


Advance Program
The World’s Premier Platform for Breakthrough Laser Solutions
Conference Chairs
Congress General Nanomanufacturing Conference
Christoph Leyens, Fraunhofer IWS Yongfeng Lu, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln

Laser Materials Processing Conference Business Forum & Panel Discussion
Klaus Kleine, Coherent Inc. Klaus Loeffler, TRUMPF Laser and Systems GmbH
Friedhelm Dorsch, TRUMPF Laser and Systems GmbH Bo Gu, BOS Photonics

Laser Microprocessing Conference
Michelle Stock, mlstock consulting
Cather Simpson, Univ. of Auckland

Presented by:

CONTENTS Christoph Leyens
Fraunhofer IWS
Dresden, Germany
International Advisory Board,
Cooperating Societies and
Media Partners............................. 4

Highlighted Sessions & Events..... 5 The LIA, my co-chairs, all the committee members and I are looking
forward to seeing you at the 36th International Congress on
Welcome Celebration
Applications of Lasers & Electro-Optics (ICALEO®), which this year
Appreciation Breakfast returns to the hospitable city of Atlanta.
Opening Plenary Session
We have worked hard to ensure that ICALEO 2017 lives up to the
President’s Reception status as the most important laser material processing conference
in the world, with an exciting program featuring over 200
LIA’s Laser Running Club
presentations and posters on the latest in laser research. Many
 usiness Forum &
B of these presentations are peer reviewed, ensuring ICALEO will
Panel Discussion provide another outstanding opportunity to learn about advances
Laser Industry in laser material processing. As always, it will also be a great way to
Vendor Reception network with scientists, engineers and researchers from all over the
world, to meet old friends and to make new friends.
Awards Luncheon

Closing Plenary Session I hope to see you all Sunday evening all the way to Thursday
afternoon, attending the best ICALEO yet.
Student Paper Award Contest

Laser Materials
Processing Conference................. 9
Christoph Leyens
Laser Microprocessing
Conference................................. 15

Conference................................. 19

Poster Presentation Gallery....... 22

General Information.................. 25

Conference Agenda................... 26

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We extend a special thank you to the ICALEO® 2017 International
Advisory Board and our Cooperating Societies and Media Partners!

ICALEO 2017 International Advisory Board
Paul Hilton, TWI Ltd., Great Abington, Cambridge, Great Britain Kunihiko Washio, Paradigm Laser Research Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
Tony Hoult, IPG Photonics, Santa Clara, CA, USA Rongshi Xiao, Beijing Univ. of Technology, Beijing,
People's Republic of China
Stefan Kaierle, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany
Jianhua Yao, Zhejiang Univ. of Technology, Hangzhou,
Dietmar Kracht, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany
People's Republic of China
Lin Li, The Univ. of Manchester, Manchester, Great Britain
Minlin Zhong, Tsinghua Univ., Beijing, People's Republic of China
Xinbing Liu, Panasonic Boston Laboratory, Newton, MA, USA
Henrikki Pantsar, TRUMPF Inc., Plymouth, MI, USA

ICALEO Cooperating Societies and Media Partners

The Laser Institute of America (LIA) presents its 36th International Congress on Applications of Lasers & Electro-Optics (ICALEO).
This conference provides an opportunity for researchers and end-users to meet and review the state-of-the-art in laser materials
processing, laser micropressing and nanomanufacturing, and predict where the future will lead. LIA’s conferences serve as the town
square of the laser community, bringing the university researcher, the business executive, and the production floor user together
under one roof for a unique and rewarding networking opportunity.

LIA is the professional society for laser applications and safety. Our mission is to foster lasers, laser applications and laser safety
worldwide. Serving the industrial, medical, research and government communities for over 45 years, LIA offers technical information,
training and networking opportunities to laser users from around the globe.

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Welcome Celebration
Sunday, October 22 | 4:00pm
ICALEO®’s welcome celebration is always a memorably festive affair that brings
together longtime and new attendees for an evening of snacks, beverages
and live entertainment by the Beer’s Law band, featuring Ron Schaeffer,
Henrikki Pantsar and special guest musicians. Staged at the ICALEO venue,
this gathering of old and new friends will also feature a raffle comprised of
exciting door prizes. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to socialize with the
ICALEO gang in this informal setting.

Appreciation Breakfast
Monday, October 23 | 7:30am
Program Committee members and session chairs are invited to attend this informative start to the week’s events on Monday,
October 23 at 7:30am. Both new and veteran session chairs will receive important session materials and audio-visual tips, along with
any last-minute updates to the program. Please plan to arrive in time to fuel up for a strong start to an exciting conference.

Opening Plenary Session
Monday, October 23 | 9:00am
Session Chair: Christoph Leyens, Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden, Germany
The ICALEO® Opening Plenary session is designed to enthrall you. Kicking off days of informative technical sessions, three renowned
speakers will present on different aspects of new frontiers in lasers and photonics. You won’t want to miss this enlightening
plenary session!

Invited Plenary Speakers:
Mark Schnitzer, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Stanford Univ., Palo Alto, CA
Henry Kapteyn, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Jeff Deems, CIRES, National Snow and Ice Data Center, Boulder, CO

President’s Reception
Monday, October 23 | 5:30pm
Mingle with your colleagues in a fun and relaxed environment at ICALEO’s premier networking event. Hosted by LIA President Paul
Denney, the President’s Reception is the perfect place to interact with the LIA Executive Committee, Board of Directors, ICALEO
Congress General Chair Christoph Leyens and Conference Chairs Klaus Kleine, Friedhelm Dorsch, Michelle Stock, Cather Simpson and
Yongfeng Lu.

LIA's Laser Running Club
Tuesday, October 24 | 6:30am
Meet with your colleagues for our traditional sunrise run. Enjoy running
through beautiful Atlanta while catching up with your fellow early risers. A
tradition begun by former LIA President Klaus Loeffler, the LIA Laser Running
Club keeps you energized during the conference. Meet us in the hotel
lobby with your Laser Running Club shirt on! If you are a newcomer, we will
provide you with a shirt. Learn more about how to participate at the ICALEO
registration desk.

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Business Forum & Panel Discussion: The Global Laser Market and Its Future Development
Tuesday, October 24
Session Co-Chairs:

Klaus Loeffler Bo Gu
TRUMPF Laser and Systems GmbH BOS Photonics
Ditzingen, Germany North Andover, MA USA

Laser market specialists from around the world provide exclusive information about the development and future trends in the
different regions. Topics like the following will be discusses: China has installed more than 60,000 laser systems last year. Is this a
opportunity or a threat for the non-Chinese laser businesses? Be part of the discussion: The forum is open for all attendees. This will
also help to show you where your professional career might lead you to. Be part of the exciting network and exchange ideas with
the speakers and attendees during the round table discussions.

David Belforte, Industrial Laser Solutions Oliver Suttmann, Laser Zentrum Hannover e. V. Bo Gu, BOS Photonics
Global Overview and NAFTA Business Model of an Applied Not-for-profit Laser Market in China
Research Center
Klaus Loeffler, TRUMPF Laser and Systems GmbH
Laser Market in EU Kunihiko Washio, Paradigm Laser Research Ltd.
Laser Market in Japan

Laser Industry Vendor Reception
& Tabletop Display
Tuesday, October 24 | 4:00pm
Enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres while sharing ideas with colleagues and
suppliers representing more than 200 companies and organizations from
over 30 countries. Discuss equipment and applications in a relaxed setting
after the day’s technical sessions. To participate as an ICALEO sponsor or
vendor, contact the LIA Marketing Department at

Sponsors and Vendors registered as of August 1st in alphabetical order.

AdlOptica GmbH Electro-Optics Technology, Inc. Laservision USA Raptor Photonics Limited
Aerotech, Inc. Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Liburdi Automation Inc. RAYLASE Laser Technology Inc.
Technology ILT
Altos Photonics, Inc. Light Conversion Ltd. RT Technologies, Inc.
Haas Laser Technologies Inc.
Amplitude Systemes Lumentum SCANLAB America, Inc.
II-VI Incorporated
Cambridge Technology, a Newport Corporation Spectra-Physics,
Novanta Company IPG Photonics A Newport Company
NKT Photonics
Clark-MXR, Inc Kentek Corporation SPI Lasers
Photonics Industries
Coherent, Inc. LASEA, Inc. International Inc. TRUMPF Inc.
Directed Light Inc. Laser Mechanisms, Inc. Precision Laser Scanning
EdgeWave GmbH Innovative Laserline Inc. Precitec Inc.
Laser Solutions
*Sponsors are highlighted

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LIA Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon Closing Plenary Session
featuring the Arthur L. Schawlow Thursday, October 26 | 1:30pm
Award Presentation Session Chair: Christoph Leyens, Fraunhofer IWS,
Wednesday, October 25 | 12:30pm Dresden, Germany
To close out ICALEO, we offer you a plenary session that will
The 2017 Arthur L. Schawlow Award is presented to Paul Seiler.
hopefully broaden your horizon a bit and give you something
Dr. Paul Seiler is a recognized pioneer in laser technology for to think about on your way home. We hope to see you there,
industrial use. He studied precision mechan­ics at the University for an exciting session.
of Applied Sciences in Karlsruhe, Germany. In 2008, he received
an honorary doctorate from the Univer­sity of Stuttgart. From Invited Plenary Speakers:
1992 until 2003, Dr. Seiler was the man­aging director of TRUMPF Wayne King, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
Laser GmbH & Co. KG in Schramberg. Livermore, CA

For decades, Dr. Seiler’s passion for laser technology led to Sanjay Correa, GE Aviation, Cincinnati, OH
his exceptional contributions including solid-state lasers for Plus Additional Invited Presentations
industrial use and his systems of lasers and components that
were instrumental in combining lasers and machines.

About the Arthur L. Schawlow Award

One of LIA’s most prestigious honors, the Arthur L. Schawlow
Award recognizes the recipient’s longstanding record of laser
industry innovation.

The Schawlow Award recognizes outstanding, career-long
contributions to basic and applied research in laser science and
engineering, leading to fundamental understanding of laser
materials interaction and/or transfer of laser technology for
increased application in industry, medicine and daily life.

The Schawlow honoree is acknowledged at the traditional LIA
Awards Luncheon, during which the recipient gives an address
that is always a memorable, must-see ICALEO moment.

Student Paper Award Contest
Future generations of laser industry experts have been
contributing papers at ICALEO for 18 years. LIA once again
will recognize the importance of student contributions with
the 19th Annual ICALEO Student Paper Award. Not only does
the student paper contest illuminate the great work of up-
and-coming researchers, but cash awards will be presented to
the first-, second- and third-place winners. Winning papers are
given the opportunity to be submitted to LIA’s Journal of Laser
Applications® for publication (papers will undergo a peer-review
process). Student papers accepted for competition will be judged
Dr. Paul Seiler (middle) with LIA’s Marketing Director Jim Naugle (left) and Past LIA
President Klaus Loeffler (right). by an international panel based on originality of topic/material
presented, scientific and technical merit, and presentation
The Awards Luncheon quality. Professors will not judge their own students’ papers.
is sponsored by: Prize winners will be announced during the Closing Plenary
Session of ICALEO on Thursday, October 26th.

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Conference Co-chairs: Sponsored by:

Klaus Kleine Friedhelm Dorsch
Coherent Inc. TRUMPF Laser and Systems GmbH
Santa Clara, CA USA Ditzingen, Germany

The Laser Materials Processing (LMP) Conference will feature presentations that expand the boundaries of laser processing with
more powerful lasers, innovative hybrid processes and laser applications that push the boundaries of what has been done and what
can be done. Welding takes up a large share of the conference followed by surface modification including cladding and coating.
Processes discussed will range from traditional cutting and drilling to laser-assisted machining and 3D printing.

LMP Session 1: Sub Plenary Monitoring Sensor Systems for Laser Welding: a Review of
Monday, October 23 | 1:30pm Existing Systems (103)
Session Chair: Friedhelm Dorsch, TRUMPF Laser and Eurico Assuncao, European Federation for Welding,
Systems GmbH, Ditzingen, Germany Joining and Cutting

Spatial Beam Modulation to Reduce Electrical Resistance in
LMP Session 2: LAM
Laser Welded Aluminum to Copper Dissimilar Joints (101) Monday, October 23 | 3:30pm
Michael Jarwitz, Institut fuer Strahlwerkzeuge, Univ. of Stuttgart Session Chair: Paul Denney, Lincoln Electric,
Experimental Analysis on Melting and Solidification Process of Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Titanium with Synchrotron X-ray for Development Of Sputter- Evaluation of 3D-Printed Parts by Means of High-Performance
Less SLM (102) Computer Tomography (201)
Yuji Sato, Osaka Univ. Elena López, Fraunhofer IWS

Program Committee Electrophotographic Multi-Material Powder Deposition for
Additive Manufacturing (202)
Milan Brandt, RMIT Univ., Bundoora, Victoria, Australia
Craig Bratt, Fraunhofer USA – Center for Laser Applications, Plymouth, MI, USA Bastian Geißler, Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH
Frank Brueckner, Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden, Germany
Laser-Assisted Activation for the Selective Metallization of
Paul Denney, Lincoln Electric Company, Cleveland, OH, USA
Yingchun Guan, Beihang Univ., Beijing, People’s Republic of China Polymeric Substrates (203)
Masoud Harooni, TRUMPF Inc., Plymouth, MI, USA Michael Güpner, Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena
Keith Johnson, Kondex Corporation, Lomira, WI, USA
Seiji Katayama, Osaka Univ., Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan
From Preform To Polishing – Lasers in Metal Based Additive
Annett Klotzbach, Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden, Germany Manufacturing (204)
Wolfgang Knapp, Coopération Laser Franco-Allemande (CLFA) Fraunhofer ILT, Frank Geyer, TRUMPF Inc.
Nantes, France
Markus Kogel-Hollacher, Precitec Optronik GmbH/Precitec GmbH & Co. KG,
Neu-Isenburg, Germany
LMP Session 4: Aluminum Welding
JP Lavoie, Coherent, Inc., Santa Clara, CA, USA Tuesday, Tuesday, October 24 | 8:30am
M. Angeles Montealegre, Talens Systems- EtxeTar Group, Elgoibar, Spain Session Chair: Tony Hoult, IPG Photonics,
Juan Pou, Univ. de Vigo, Vigo, Spain
Santa Clara, California, USA
Barbara Previtali, Politecnico Di Milano, Milano, Italy
Antti Salminen, Lappeenranta Univ. of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Solidification Cracking
Geoff Shannon, Amada Miyachi America Inc., Monrovia, CA, USA in Pulsed Laser Welds of Al 6082 (401)
Anja Techel, Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden, Germany
Martin Bielenin, Technische Univ. Ilmenau
Joerg Volpp, BIAS, Bremen, Germany
Jun Wei, Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, Singapore, Direct Observation of Cracking and Weld Pool Formation in
Laser Welding of Al Alloy by X-Ray Phase Contrast Method (402)
Verena Wippo, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Hannover, Germany
Gerd Witt, Univ. Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany Masanori Miyagi, Hitachi, Ltd.

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Investigations on Dual Laser Beam Welding of Aluminium High In-Situ Control of Tempered Martensite during Laser Cladding
Pressure Die Castings at Reduced Ambient Pressure (403) Repair of Aero-Grade 300M Steel using AiSi 420 Stainless Steel
Fabian Teichmann, Institut für Füge- und Schweißtechnik, Powder (506)
Technische Univ. Braunschweig Stephen Sun, RMIT Univ.

Numerical Modelling, Electrochemical and Surface Analyses of Electrochemical Machining Characteristics of Inconel 718 by
Laser Deposited Ti-Zn-Ni Coatings On Ti-6Al-4V Alloy (404) Laser Solid Forming and Forging (507)
Olawale Fatoba, Tshwane Univ. Of Technology Pengfei Guo, Northwestern Polytechnical Univ.

Relationship Between Temperature History and Mechanical A Composite Stellite Alloy Hardfacing with Improved Laser
Property during Laser Surface Hardening Treatment (405) Cladding Behavior and Wear Resistance (508)
Eun-Joon Chun, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials Yinping Ding, Zhejiang Univ. of Technology

Influencing Factors on Humping Effect in Laser Welding with Laser-Matter Interactions in Laser Beam Melting of High
Small Aspect Ratios (406) Performance Oxide Ceramics (509)
Andreas Patschger, Ernst-Abbe-Univ. of Applied Sciences Liliana Moniz, Ecole des Mines de Paris

Brightline Weld – Spatter Reduced High Speed Welding with
LMP Session 6: Cutting
Disk Lasers (407) Tuesday, October 24 | 1:30pm
David Havrilla, TRUMPF Inc. Session Chair: JP Lavoie, Coherent, Santa Clara,
Next Level of Remote Welding – Intelligent Scanner Head and California, USA
Integrated Path Finding (408) Using The Analysis Of Laser-Based Back-Reflected Light To
Ruediger Brockmann, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH Improve Piercing And Cutting Performance For High Power
Using a Diode Laser Superposition to Prevent Solidification Fiber Lasers (601)
Cracking in Pulsed Laser Beam Welding (409) Paul Harrison, SPI Lasers UK Ltd
Martin Bielenin, Technische Univ. Ilmenau Laser Cutting Of Pure Lithium Metal Anodes – Effects Of
Atmospheric Conditions (602)
LMP Session 5: Cladding
Tobias Jansen, Technische Univ. Braunschweig
Tuesday, October 24 | 8:30am
Session Chair: Prabu Balu, Coherent, Santa Clara, Elongating Depth Of Field By Focusing Radiation Of Multimode
California, USA Lasers Using Multi-Focus Beam Shaping Optics (603)

Copper Film Formation on Metal Surfaces with 100W Blue Alexander Laskin, AdlOptica GmbH

Direct Diode Laser System (501) Effect Of Beam Profile On Nanosecond Laser Drilling Of 4H-Sic (604)
Kohei Asano, Osaka Univ. Byunggi Kim, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Process Characterization of Powder Based Laser Metal To Application Demands Adapted Beam Qualities For Improved
Deposition on Thin Substrates (502) Process Results (605)
Michael Güpner, Univ. of Applied Sciences Jena Peter Kallage, Coherent Rofin

Laser Metal Deposition with 316L Stainless Wire: Macro Short Wavelength Pyrometry By Photon Counting – Application
Morphologies and Microstructures (503) For Temperature Measurement In Laser Oxygen Cutting (606)
Xiang Xu, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology Nicolas RANC, Arts et Métiers

Local Heat Treatment Of of a Laser Build-Up (504) In-Situ-Visualization of Multiple Reflections on the Cut Flank
Maritha Theron, Council for Scientific and Industrial during Laser Cutting with 1 µm Wavelength (607)
Research (CSIR) Dennis Arntz, Chair for Laser Technology LLT, RWTH Aachen Univ.

Influence of Clad Depth and Mechanical Behaviour on the
Tensile Properties of Laser Clad 300M Steel (505)
Cameron Barr, RMIT Univ.

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LMP Session 7: Monitoring I Quality Aim-Based Control of Geometrical Accuracy and
Tuesday, October 24 | 1:30pm Residual Stresses in Laser Metal Deposition (902)
Session Chair: Markus Kogel-Hollacher, Precitec, Mauritz Möller, Laser Zentrum Nord
Neu-Isenburg, Germany Study of Laser Hot-Wire Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace
Pushing the Envelope: Exploration of Next-Gen Laser Welding Applications (903)
Processes with Inline Coherent Imaging (701) Shuang Liu, Miller Electric
Christopher Galbraith, Laser Depth Dynamics Inc. Integrated Freeform Laser Manufacturing on a Single Parallel
Flexible Remote Welding with Sensor Integration for Fillet Robot Platform (904)
Welding (702) Jianyong Chen, Heriot-Watt Univ.
Friedhelm Dorsch, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH
LMP Session 10: Steel Welding
Efficient Air Flow Control for Remote Laser Beam Welding (703) Wednesday, October 25 | 10:50am
Achim Mahrle, Fraunhofer IWS Session Chair: Sarah Nothdurft, Laser Zentrum Hannover
M-Squared Measurement Repeatability: the Best Metric in the e.V., Hannover, Germany
Certainty of the Measurement (704) Residual Stress Reduction of Laser Beam Welds by Use of Low-
Michael Scaggs, Haas Laser Technolologies, Inc. Transformation-Temperature (LTT) Filler Materials in Carbon
Industry 4.0: Manufacturing the Digital World with Lasers (705) Manganese Steels – In Situ Diagnostic: Image Correlation (1001)
Ruediger Brockmann, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH Simon Olschok, RWTH Aachen Univ.

Validation of Hyperspectral Imaging as a Useful Method for Effects of Welding Speed and Edge Distance on Solidification
Monitoring Laser-Based Material Processing (706) Cracking Length during Laser Welding at the Narrow Flange
Tobias Staudt, Friedrich-Alexander-Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg Edge of Austenitic Stainless Steel (1002)
Shota Kikuchi, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation
LMP Session 8: Modeling Welding
Development of a Joining Gap Control System for Laser
Wednesday, October 25 | 9:00am
Welding of Zinc-Coated Steel Sheets Driven by Process
Analysis and Possible Estimation of Keyhole Depths Evolution, Observation (1003)
using Laser Operating Parameters and Material Properties (801) Felix Tenner, Friedrich-Alexander-Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg
Remy Fabbro, PIMM Laboratory
Effect of Post-Weld Heat Treatment on Weld Integrity in Laser
Temperature Histories of Structural Steel Laser and Hybrid Welding and Hybrid Laser-Tig Welding of Thick Austenitic
Laser-GMA Welds Calculated using Volumetric Constraints (802) Stainless Steel (1004)
Lou Massa, Hunter College & the Graduate School, CUNY Hui-Chi Chen, Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology
Analysis of the Interaction Between the Temperature Field and Study of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Narrow-
the Weld Seam Morphology in Laser Transmission Welding by Gap Multi-Layer Hybrid Laser-Arc Welded 316L Austenitic
using Two Different Discrete Laser Wavelengths (803) Stainless Steel (1005)
Bastian Geißler, Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH Xiong Zhang, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Prediction of the Resultant Microstructure and Mechanical
Properties during Laser Welding of Ti6Al4V Alloys Via
LMP Session 11: LAM III
Wednesday, October 25 | 10:50am
Multiphysics Modeling (804)
Session Chair: Milan Brandt, RMIT Univ., Melbourne,
Yung Shin, Purdue Univ.
Victoria, Australia
LMP Session 9: LAM II Design Guidelines for Laser Metal Deposition of Lightweight
Wednesday, October 25 | 9:00am Structures (1101)
Session Chair: Brian Victor, nLight, Portland, Oregon, USA Ake Ewald, Hamburg Univ. of Technology
Energy Efficiency Contributions and Losses During SLM (901)
Alexander Kaplan, Luleå Univ. of Technology

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Effect of Baseplate Temperature on Sputter-Generation for Comparative Study Between Cw and Pw Emissions in Selective
Development of SLM in Vacuum (1102) Laser Melting (1304)
Shuto Yamagata, Osaka Univ. Leonardo Caprio, Politecnico di Milano

Preliminary Study on Laser-Arc Hybrid Additive Manufacturing Low Power Laser Cladding for Isotropic Material Properties (1305)
of 316L Austenitic Stainless Steel (1103) Jing Liu, Univ. of Liverpool
Mengcheng Gong, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
LMP Session 14: Surface Modification I
Tailored Formation of Metal Matrix Nanocomposite Thursday, October 26 | 8:30am
Components by Laser Additive Manufacturing (1104) Session Chair: Maritha Theron, Council for Scientific and
Dongdong Gu, Nanjing Univ. of Aeronautics and Astronautics Industrial Research, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Added Value by Hybrid Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Local Heat Tempering with Laser Radiation for Brilliant Colors
Manufacturing Approaches (1105) on Glass Surfaces (1401)
André Seidel, Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Kristin Plat, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.
Technology & Technische Univ. Dresden
Deep Engraving and Raised Marking of Metals using Pulsed
LMP Session 12: Modeling Fiber Lasers (1402)
Wednesday, October 25 | 3:00pm Jack Gabzdyl, SPI Lasers UK

Laser-Induced Ablation Modeling with Integrated Melt Flow In-Depth Characterization of the Scanner-Based Selective Laser
and Plasma Dynamics (1201) Deburring (SSLD) Process (1403)
Kaushik Iyer, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory Georg Cerwenka, Hamburg Univ. of Technology (TUHH)

Temperature Field and Residual Stress Distribution for Laser Dynamic Control of Laser Beam Shape for Heat Treatment (1404)
Metal Deposition (1202) M. Angeles Montealegre, Talens Systems- Etxe-Tar Group
Thomas Schopphoven, Fraunhofer- Institut für Lasertechnik ILT Laser Polishing to Improve the Surface Quality of Cocr And
Method for High Accuracy Measurements of Energy Coupling Ti6Al4V Additively Manufactured Parts (1405)
and Melting Efficiency under Welding Conditions (1204) Wojciech Gora, Heriot-Watt Univ.
Dominik Hipp, Technische Univ. Dresden
LMP Session 15: Welding of Dissimilar
Influence of Directional Lorentz Force on Exhausting Effect of
Materials I
Molten Pool during Laser Cladding (1205)
Thursday, October 26 | 8:30am
Yong Hu, Zhejiang Univ. of Technology
Session Chair: Masoud Harooni, TRUMPF Inc., Plymouth,
Michigan, USA
LMP Session 13: LAM IV
Wednesday, October 25 | 3:00pm Investigations on Remote Laser Beam Welding of Dissimilar
Session Chair: Craig Bratt, Fraunofer USA – Center for Joints of X5Crni18-10 And Aa6082-T6 for Battery Housings (1501)
Laser Applications, Plymouth, Michigan, USA Oliver Seffer, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.

Enhanced Manufacturing Possibilities using Multi-Materials in Laser-Based Plastic-Metal-Joining with Self-Organizing
Laser Metal Deposition (1301) Microstructures Considering Different Load Directions (1502)
Frank Brueckner, Fraunhofer IWS Kira van der Straeten, Fraunhofer Institute for
Microstructure and Properties Of Ti64.51Fe26.40Zr5.86Sn2.93Y0.30 Laser Technology (ILT)
Biomedical Alloy Fabricated by Laser Rapid Prototyping (1302) Influence of Beam Position and Ultrasonic Amplitude on the
Cunshan Wang, Dalian Univ. of Technology Microstructure of Laser Welded Dissimilar Steel-Steel Joints (1503)
Direct Measurements of Laser Absorptivity During Metal Melt Sarah Nothdurft, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.
Pool Formation Associated with Powder Bed Fusion Additive Thin Section Dissimilar Metal Welding With Ns Pulsed Fiber
Manufacturing Processes (1303) Lasers (1504)
Manyalibo Matthews, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Jack Gabzdyl, SPI Lasers UK

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Laser Welding of Dissimilar Joints of Steel and Aluminum for LMP Session 17: Welding of Dissimilar
Ship Applications using a High-Power Diode Laser (1505) Materials II
Rabi Lahdo, Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. Thursday, October 26 | 10:40am
Session Chair: Jack Gabzdyl, SPI Lasers, Southampton,
LMP Session 16: Surface Modification II
United Kingdom
Thursday, October 26 | 10:40am
Session Chair: André Häusler, Fraunhofer ILT, Aachen, Effect of Interface Temperature on Adhesion in Laser Mixed
Germany Joints of Plastic Reinforced and Steel (1701)
Cyril Hidalgo, Segula Technologies
Effect of Grain Size Deformation on Laser Processed Sheet
Steel under High Temperature Condition (1601) Research on CFRP/Stainless Steel Laser Direct Joining (1703)
Stephen Akinlabi, Univ. of Johannesburg Junke Jiao, Ningbo Institute of Industrial Technology, Chinese
Numerical Simulation and Process Optimization of Laser Academy of Sciences
Surface Treatment on Duplex Stainless Steel (1602)
A Study of Dissimilar Materials Welding by High Brightness
Peng Wen, Tsinghua Univ.
Laser System (1703)
Study on Topology Optimization Design, SLM Fabrication and Su-Jin Lee, Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials
Performances of Porous Structure (1604)
Dongyun Zhang, Beijing Univ. of Technology Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Laser-Welded Joints
of Ti-22Al-25Nb/Ti-6Al-4V Dissimilar Titanium Alloys (1704)
Lingda Xiong, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology

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Conference Co-chairs:

Michelle Stock Cather Simpson
mlstock consulting Univ. of Auckland
Ann Arbor, MI USA Auckland, New Zealand

Laser microprocessing is a state-of-the-art approach for achieving today’s manufacturing demands for many of our high-tech devices,
from smart phones to the smallest, most precise sensors. ICALEO®’s Laser Microprocessing Conference is the premier event to learn
about the most significant and far-reaching advances, and how they will achieve new capabilities for technological development.
Invited talks, oral presentations and poster presentations inform the international laser processing community and contribute the
latest, most exciting updates bridging the research and industry communities. Highlights of this year’s program include new findings
in biomedical applications, surface processing and ultrafast laser micromachining and functionalization. The option to be peer-
reviewed has added to the caliber of the submissions in this already high-level technical conference. We look forward to your
participation and trust that this year, as always, the quality of the papers and networking will make this your most productive
conference of the year.

LMF Session 1: Sub Plenary Ultrashort Pulse Laser Processing of Glass – from Cutting to
Monday, October 23 | 1:30pm Welding (M103)
Session Co-chairs: Yongfeng Lu, Univ. of Nebraska- Stefan Nolte, Freidrich Schiller Univ. Jena
Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA; Michelle Stock, mlstock
LMF Session 2: Laser Ablation for
consulting, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Manufacturing of Integrated Si Anode with Micro/ Monday, October 23 | 3:30pm
Nanostructures for Lithium-Ion Batteries based on Laser
Femtosecond Laser-Induced Chemical Vapor Deposition of
Technology (M101)
Tungsten Quasi-Periodic Structures on Silicon Substrates (M201)
Ting Huang, Beijing Univ. of Technology
Jyi Sheuan Ten, Univ. of Cambridge
Laser Direct Writing of Nanostructures for Functional Devices (M102)
Low-Visibility Processing of Silver Nanowire Transparent
Costas Grigoropoulos, Univ. of California, Berkeley Conductive Film by Pulsed Laser (M202)
Yasuhiro Okamoto, Okayama Univ.
Program Committee
High Power Carbon Monoxide Laser Provides Materials
Neil Ball, Directed Light Inc., San Jose, CA, USA Processing with Finer Features (M203)
Adela Ben-Yakar, The Univ. of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA
Ce Shi, Coherent Inc
Robert Braunschweig, Lasea, Inc., El Cajon, CA, USA
Corey Dunsky, Aeos Consulting, Inc., Los Gatos, CA, USA Transformation of Gaussian Beams into M-Beams for Advanced
Jack Gabzdyl, SPI Lasers, Southampton, Great Britain Microvia Drilling (M204)
Bo Gu, BOS Photonics, North Andover, MA, USA Aravinda Kar, Univ. of Central Florida
Rui Guo, GE Healthcare, Waukesha, WI, USA
Aravinda Kar, CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Central
Florida, Orlando, FL, USA
LMF Session 10: Laser Processing of
Nam Seong Kim, Lutronic, Goyang, South Korea Textured Surfaces and Micro-joints
Petri Laakso, VTT, Lappeenranta, Finland Monday, October 23 | 3:30pm
Andres Lasagni, Fraunhofer IWS, Dresden, Germany
Session Chair: Ting Huang, Beijing Univ. of Technology,
Eric Mottay, Amplitude Systemes, Pessac, France
Yasuhiro Okamoto, Okayama Univ., Okayama, Japan
Beijing, People’s Republic of China
Alexander Olowinsky, Fraunhofer ILT, Aachen, Germany Functionalised Polymers for More Efficient Nanosecond
Yasu Osako, ESI, Portland, OR, USA UVlaser Micromachining (M1001)
Michael Schmidt, Bayerisches Laserzentrum GmbH, Erlangen, Germany
M. Cather Simpson, Photon Factory, The Univ.of Auckland
Kather Simpson, Univ. of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Rudolf Weber, IFSW, Univ. of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

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Energy Input Of A Laser Micro Welding Process By Using Aberration Control by High Na Focusing in Transparent Media (M404)
Spatial Power Modulation (M1002) Alexander Laskin, AdlOptica GmbH
Andre Haeusler, Chair for Laser Technology, RWTH Aachen Univ.
Adaptive Optics for Intra-Volume Laser Engraving of Glass
Hybrid Joining Of Polymers With Difficult To Process Metal with Ultra-Short Laser Pulses (M405)
Substrates For Diverse Applications (M1003) Kevin Gaudfrin, ALPhANOV
Robert Braunschweig, LASEA, Inc.
Ablation Rate Dependence on Material Bandgap and Pulsed Time
Surface Optimization using High Power Pulsed Disk Lasers (M1004) Delay for Ultrashort Pulsed Dual Wavelength Machining (M406)
Florian Kiefer, TRUMPF Inc. Tom Ward, Photon Factory, The Univ. of Auckland

LMF Session 3: Surface Structuring LMF Session 5: Beam Shaping for
Tuesday, October 24 | 8:30am Microprocessing
Session Chair: Cather Simpson, Photon Factory, The Univ. Wednesday, October 25 | 9:00am
of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand Session Chair: Robert Braunschweig, LASEA,
Combination of Short and Ultrashort Pulse Laser Processing for El Cajon, CA, USA
Productive Large Scale Structuring of 3D Plastic Mould Steel (M301)
Multi-Dimensional Control and Optimization of Ultrafast Laser
Andreas Brenner, Fraunhofer-Institute for Laser Technology
Material Processing (M501)
Superhydrophobic Contoured Surfaces Created on Metal and Xiaoming Yu, Univ. of Central Florida
Polymer for Microfluidic Devices using a Femtosecond Laser (M302)
Programmable Spatial Beam Shaping for Femtosecond Lasers (M502)
Yung Shin, Purdue Univ.
Eric Mottay, Amplitude Systemes
Precision Structuring and Functionalization of Ceramics with
Beam Shaping for Efficient Femtosecond Laser Processing of
Ultra-Short Laser Pulses (M303)
Optical Glass (M503)
Michael Seiler, Ernst-Abbe-Univ. of Applied Sciences
Michael Seiler, Ernst-Abbe-Univ. of Applied Sciences
Superhydrophobic and Superhydrophilic Surfaces by
Picosecond Laser Texturing (M304) LMF Session 6: Micro-joining
Suwas Nikumb, National Research Council of Canada Wednesday, October 25 | 10:50am
Integration of a Smart Measurement Device in the Laser Session Chair: Alexander Olowinsky, Fraunhofer ILT,
Structuring Process Chain to Ensure High Quality (M305) Aachen, Germany
Mario Pothen, Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT
Fluid Dynamical Simulation of High Speed Micro Welding (M601)
Femtosecond Laser Structuring of Graphite Anodes for Andreas Otto, TU Vienna
Improved Lithium-Ion Batteries: Ablation Characteristics and
Quality Improvement of the Surface of Laser Micro Welds by
Process Design (M306)
using a Dual Beam Setup (M602)
Jan Habedank, Technical Univ. of Munich
Sören Hollatz, Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT
Reflection Reduction in Silicon Solar Cells by Means of Laser
Laser Structuring as a Preparation for a Metal Plastic Joint (M603)
and Plasma Treatment (M307)
Florian Kiefer, TRUMPF
Ludwig Pongratz, Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT
Simulation of the Influence of Temperature-Dependent
LMF Session 4: Microprocessing of Material Parameters on the Temperature Evolution in Laser
Transparent Materials Micro-Spot Welding of Copper (M604)
Tuesday, October 24 | 1:30pm Manuel Mattern, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum
Session Chair: Corey Dunsky, AEOS, Los Gatos, CA, USA
LMF Session 7: Microprocessing for
Glass Color Decoration by High Repetition-Rate Ultra-Short
Biological Applications
Pulse Laser Processing (M401)
Wednesday, October 25 | 3:00pm
Emma Verdier, ALPhANOV
Session Chair: Claude Aguergaray, Univ. of Auckland,
Ultrashort Pulse Laser Multiburst Mode Process with Hollow
Auckland, New Zealand
Core Photonic Crystal Fiber Module (M402)
Sanghoon Ahn, Korea Institute of Machinary and Materials Enhanced Laser Ablation of Bone Tissue using Ultrafast Pulsed
Bessel Beams for Applications in Lassos (M701)
Glass Cutting with Femtosecond Pulses: Industrial Approach
Simon Ashforth, The Photon Factory, The Univ. of Auckland
with Beam Engineering (M403)
Eric Mottay, Amplitude Systemes

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A Parametric Investigation of Picosecond and Femtosecond A Study of Picosecond Laser Processing of Advanced
Micromachining for Metals and Plastics used in the Medical Electronics Materials (M805)
Device Industry (M702) Robert Sposili, Spectra-Physics Lasers, MKS Instruments, Inc.
Geoff Shannon, Amada Miyachi America
Potential of Super Pulse Diode and Fiber Lasers for Treatment
LMF Session 9: Measurements
of Soft and Hard Tissues in Medical Applications (M704) and Modeling
Ilya Yaroslavsky, IPG Medical Thursday, October 26 | 10:40am
Session Chair: Aravinda Kar, CREOL, The College of
LMF Session 8: Microprocessing Optics & Photonics, Orlando, Florida, USA
of Hard Materials Study on the Crystallization Mechanism of Amorphous Ge2Sb2Te5
Thursday, October 26 | 8:30am Thin Films Induced by a Short Single Pulsed Laser (M901)
Session Chair: Emma Verdier, ALPhANOV, Bordeaux, France Wenqiang Li, Beijing Univ. of Technology
Processing of Ultra-Hard Materials with Picosecond Pulses: 3D Numerical Modeling of Short Pulsed Laser Micromachining
from Research Work to Industrial Applications (M801) Applications (M902)
Valdemar Stankevi, ELAS, Ltd Zhibin Lin, Electro Scientific Industries
193Nm High-Power Lasers For Drilling with High Aspect Ratio
Analysis of TEA-Co2-Laser Induced Plasma to Establish a New
into Wide Bandgap Materials (M802)
Measurement Technique (M903)
Koji Kakizaki, Gigaphoton Inc.
Tobias Czotscher, BIAS GmbH
How do Defects Influence The Laser Ablation of Titanium
Real-Time Focus Determination using Diffractive Beam Sampler
Dioxide Nanotube Arrays? (M803)
and Double-Hole Mask (M904)
Rakesh Arul, Photon Factory, The Univ. of Auckland
Binh Cao, Univ. of Science and Technology
Picosecond Laser Micro-Drilling, Engraving and Surface
Texturing of Tungsten Carbide (M804)
Xincai Wang, Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology,
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)

Conference Chair: Yongfeng Lu, Univ. of Nebraska–Lincoln, Lincoln, NE USA
The Nanomanufacturing Conference of ICALEO® presents nanomanufacturing papers relevant to
laser technologies. Much progress has been achieved in laser direct writing, laser nanomachining,
nanofabrication using ultrafast lasers, and laser-assisted growth and synthesis of nanomaterials and
nanoparticles. This conference will highlight research in emerging nanomanufacturing technologies
in 3-D micro/nanofabrication as well as laser synthesis and diagnostics of nanomaterial. This year, the
conference features a few special application topics on photovoltaics, battery materials, advanced energy
devices, spectroscopy, and imaging.

Nano Session 1: Femtosecond Laser Nano Session 2: Processing and
Nanofabrication and Processing Characterization at Nanoscales
Monday, October 23 | 3:30pm Tuesday, October 24 | 8:30am
Session Chair: Yongfeng Lu, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, Session Co-chairs: Alberto Pique, U.S. Naval Research
Lincoln, Nebraska, USA Laboratory, Washington, D.C., USA; Koji Sugioka, RIKEN,
Femtosecond Laser 3D Printing of Proteinaceous Micro and Saitama, Japan
Nanostructures (N101) Effect of Shock Wave in Laser Nanomanufacturing and
Koji Sugioka, RIKEN Diagnostics (N201)
Xinwei Wang, Iowa State Univ.
Holographic Fabrication of Graded Photonic Super-Crystal with
Dual Symmetry, Dual Periodicity and Dual Basis (N102) Applications of Lasers in Open-Air Mass Spectrometry (N202)
Yuankun Lin, Univ. of North Texas Yun Shen Zhou, Jiangsu Weina Laser Application Technology
Research Institute

Laser-Based Synthesis, Processing, and Diagnostics of 2D
Program Committee Materials and Heterostructures (N203)
Craig Arnold, Princeton Univ., Princeton, NJ, USA Masoud Mahjouri-Samani, Auburn Univ.
Tommaso Baldacchini, Technology and Applications Center, Newport Ultrafast Laser Induced Nanomaterial Growth, Assembly and
Corporation, Irvine, CA, USA
Structuring (N204)
Nick Fang, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
Wei Xiong, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Costas Grigoropoulos, Univ. of California–Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
Changzhi Gu, The Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, Laser Forward Transfer of Nano-Inks and Nano-Pastes (N205)
People’s Republic of China
Alberto Pique, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Peter Herman, Univ. of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Low Power Laser Cladding for Isotropic Material Properties (N207)
David Hwang, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, USA
Yoshiro Ito, Nagaoka Univ. of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan
Jing Liu, Univ. of Liverpool
Sungho Jeong, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Nano Session 3: Laser Processing for PV
Gwangju, South Korea
Wednesday, October 25 | 9:00am
Lan Jiang, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, People’s Republic of China
Session Chair: Anming Hu, Beijing Univ. of Technology,
Udo Klotzbach, Fraunhofer Institute Material and Beam Technology,
Dresden, Germany Beijing, People’s Republic of China
Yuankun Lin, Univ. of North Texas, Denton, TX, USA From Perc to Zebra: Lasers Pave the Way to Next-Generation
Etsuji Ohmura, Osaka Univ., Suita, Osaka, Japan High Efficiency Solar Cells (N302)
Xinwei Wang, Iowa State Univ., Ames, IA, USA Roland Mayerhofer, Coherent–Rofin
Xianfan Xu, Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN, USA
Laser Sintering of Al Nanoparticles for Al-Air Batteries (N303)
Yunshen Zhou, Univ. of Nebraska–Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, USA
Yongchao Yu, Univ. of Tennessee

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Nano Session 4: Laser Micro- and High Performance All-Solid-State Supercapacitors Based on

Nanoengineering Hybrid Laser-Induced Porous Carbon (N603)
Wednesday, October 25 | 10:50am Anming Hu, Univ. of Tennessee
Session Chair: Yunshen Zhou, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, Laser Direct Writing of Reduced Graphene Oxide
Lincoln, Nebraska, USA Microelectrodes and the Device Application (N604)
Laser Materials Processing in the Liquid Phase: Energy and Akira Watanabe, Tohoku Univ.
Environmental Applications (N401)
Nano Session 7: Laser Innovative
Giuseppe Compagnini, Univ. of Catania
Laser Based Micro Fabrication Systems and its Applications in Thursday, October 26 | 10:40am
Advanced Packaging (N402) Session Chair: Guiseppe Compagnini, Univ. of Catania,
Haibin Zhang, ESI Catania, Italy
The Magic Nanostructure Functions Enabled by Ultrafast Laser Laser Micro Welding – a Suitable Technology for Assembling of
(N403) Lithium-Ion Batteries? (N701)
Minlin Zhong, Tsinghua Univ. Andreas Patschger, Ernst-Abbe-Univ. of Applied Sciences
Three-Dimensional Micro/Nano-Structured Mn/Mno2 Integrated Enhancement of Performance of Interference Nano-Patterning
Electrodes for Electrochemical Supercapacitors (N404) Techniques by Beam Shaping Optics (N703)
Mengya Cui, Beijing Univ. of Technology Alexander Laskin, AdlOptica GmbH
Nano Session 5: Li-ion Batteries
Wednesday, October 25 | 3:00pm
Session Chair: Craig Arnold, Princeton Univ.,
Princeton, New Jersey, USA
State-Of-The-Art and New Approaches in Manufacturing of 3D
Lithium Ion Batteries (N501)
Stefania Ferrari, Univ. of Warwick

Ultrafast Laser Ablation 3D Chemical Imaging of Li-Ion
Batteries (N502)
Vassilia Zorba, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Design Concepts for Electrode Battery Materials and their Impact
on Lithium Distribution at Different State-Of-Health (N503)
Wilhelm Pfleging, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Galvanostatic and Impedance Analysis of Silicon-Based 3D
Electrodes for High Energy Lithium-Ion Batteries (N504)
Yijing Zheng, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Nano Session 6: Supercapacitors
Thursday, October 26 | 8:30am
Session Chair: Wilhelm Pfleging, Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
Laser Direct Writing of Carbon-Based Micro-Supercapacitors
and Electronic Devices (N602)
Jinguang Cai, Institute of Materials, China Academy of
Engineering Physics

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Tuesday, October 24 & Wednesday, October 25
This longstanding ICALEO showcase draws a crowd and inspires plenty of discussion. Join presenters Wednesday morning for a spirited
dialogue over breakfast. Presenters will greet interested attendees and answer questions at their posters. Poster presentations that
submit a manuscript will be included in the ICALEO Proceedings.

A Flash Poster Session to be held on Tuesday will include 3-minute / 3-slide oral presentations by select poster presenters. Join in this
speed session as presenters key in on specific points of their work.

Laser Welding Copper with a High Power Cw Blue Laser (P101) Correlations of Real Weld Geometry with Microstructure and
Mathew Finuf, Nuburu Inc Joint Property in High Power Laser Welding (P113)
Sang Liu, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Filament-Induced Picosecond Laser Machining of Sapphire with
Zero Taper (P102) Effect of Process Parameters on Magnetron Laser Welding of
Lingfei Ji, Beijing Univ. of Technology Low Carbon Steel Sheets (P114)
Chen Yue, Huazhong Univ. of Science & Technology-Wuhan
Effects of Pulse Parameters on Porosity Rate and Flow
Characteristics of Molten Pool in Pulsed Laser Welding (P103) High Speed and High Aspect Ratio Laser Processing using a
Xianfeng Shen, Institute of Machinery Manufacturing High-Power Single-Mode Continuous-Wave Fiber Laser with
Technology, China Academy of Engineering Physics Galvano Scanner (P115)
Shinya Ikoma, Fujikura Ltd.
A Photo-Excited Carrier Integrated Semiconductor Model to
Predict the Non-Equilibrium Thermal Transport in Ge2Sb2Te5 Optimization of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP) Laser
Thin Films Under the Ultrafast Pulsed Laser (P105) Machining (P116)
Yinghao Wang, Beijing Univ. of Technology Changkyoo Park, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials,
Busan, Republic of Korea
Control of Temperature Fields and Melt Formation in Laser
Transmission Welding Using Adapted Laser Wavelengths (P106) Stress Evolution of Multi-Pass Narrow Gap Laser Welding with
Andreas Schkutow, Technische Hochshule Nürnberg Georg Filler Wire of Eh36 Steel (P117)
Simon Ohm Lvjie Liang, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Optimization of Laser-Remote-Cutting of CFRP by Means of Localized Laser Dispersing of Titanium-Di-Boride with Pulsed
Variable Exposure Delay Times – Simulation and Validation (P107) Fiber Laser (P118)
Max Oberlander, Hamburg Univ. of Technology Kai Hilgenberg, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research
and Testing
Cellular Automaton Modeling for Dendritic Growth during
Laser Beam Welding Solidification Process (P108) Experimental Investigation on Temperature Distribution of Molten
Shaoning Geng, Huazhong Univ. of Science & Technology Pool for Copper with Blue Direct Diode Laser Cladding (P119)
Masanori Sengoku, Joining and Welding Research Institute,
Simulation of an Efficient Particle Extraction for the Detection
Osaka Univ.
of Explosive Materials (P109)
Arndt Hohnholz, Laser Zentrun Hannover e.V. Influence of Surface Oxide on Mechanical Properties of Laser-
Welded Hot-Press-Forming Steel With Strength of 1.8 Gpa (P120)
Comparison of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of
Minjung Kang, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology
X45Nicrmo4 Steel and Wc/X45Nicrmo4 Composites Prepared by
Selective Laser Melting (P110) The Microstructure Evolution of Tungsten Alloy by Laser Solid
Hongyu Chen, Nanjing Univ. of Aeronautics and Astronautics Forming (P121)
Haiou Yang, The Northwestern Polytechnical Univ.
Study of Crack Formation in Micro Laser Welding of Al Alloy
Sheets (P111) High Accuracy Positioning Control for Galvanometric Laser
Hui-Chi Chen, Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology Scanning System in Materials Processing (P123)
Jun Xie, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Effect of External Magnetic Field on Solute Distribution and
Molten Pool Flow Characteristics during Laser-Mig Hybrid Coherent Beam Combining for High Power Spatial Phase
Welding (P112) Modulation (P124)
Rong Chen, School of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Jiho Han, Univ. of Cambridge
Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology

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The Effect of Pulse Width on Multi Burst Mode Ultrashort Pulse Numerical Study Of Niti Laser Welding Process (P141)
Laser Ablation (P125) Mehrshad Mehrpouya, Sapienza Univ. of Rome
Sanghoon Ahn, Korea Institue of Machinery and Materials Effect of Laser Wavelength from Blue to IR on Pure Copper Film
Effect of Ultra-Sonic Peening on Laser-Arc Hybrid Welded Nv Formation by Laser Cladding (P142)
E690 Steel (P126) Ritsuko Higashino, Joining and Welding Research Institute,
Guifang Sun, Southeast Univ. Osaka Univ.

Study on High-Power Fiber Laser Spot Three-Dimensional Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction Analysis in Additively
Vibration Welding of Aluminum Alloy (P127) Manufactured Niti Parts (P143)
Qiang Wu, Beijing Univ. of Technology Mehrshad Mehrpouya, Sapienza Univ. of Rome

Increase of Material Laser Processing Speed using Acousto- Mechanical and Material Porperties of Aluminium Alloy
Optical Deflectors (P128) Welding Using Disk Laser (P145)
Benjamin Barbrel, ALPhANOV Su-Jin Lee, Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials

Metal Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing with 100W Surface Optimization Using High Power Pulsed Disk Lasers
Blue Diode Laser (P130) (P146)
Shin-ichiro Masuno, Osaka Univ. Florian Kiefer, TRUMPF

Energy Input of a Laser Micro Welding Process by Using Spatial Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Dissimilar Laser
Power Modulation (P131) Welded Dual Phase and Boron Steel Joints. (P147)
Andre Haeusler, Chair for Laser Technology RWTH Aachen Univ. Isiaka Aderibigbe, Tshwane Univ. of Technology

The Latest Developments in Implementing Active Laser Super-Hydrophobicity of Casted Pdms Surfaces (P148)
Guarding Systems (P133) Claude Aguergaray, Photon Factory, The Univ. of Auckland
Paul Tozer, Lasermet Enhancement of Laser Machining Resolution using the Two-
Comparison of Nanosecond and Femtosecond Laser Photon Absorption Effect (P149)
Micromachining of Low Density Inorganic Materials (P134) Thomas Ward, Photon Factory, The Univ. of Auckland
Remy Bourdenet, CEA Functionalised Polymers for More Efficient Nanosecond UV
Hybrid Joining of Polymers with Difficult to Process Metal Laser Micromachining (P150)
Substrates for Diverse Applications (P135) M. Cather Simpson, Photon Factory, The Univ. of Auckland
Robert Braunschweig, LASEA, Inc. Laser Direct Writing Lithography for Rapid Fabrication on Non-
Single Pass Laser Cold-Wire Welding of Thick Section Planar Surface (P151)
Aa6061-T6 Aluminum Alloy (P136) Jun Ai, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Fatemeh Mirakhorli, National Research Council Canada – Study on Laser Multi-Focus Separation Technology For Thick
Aluminium Technology Centre Kdp Crystal (P152)
Peng Liu, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Effect of Process Parameters on the Developed Residual
Stresses in Laser Processed Steel Component (P137) Joining 6 Mm Thick Dissimilar Steel/Al Alloy Butt Joints using
Stephen Akinlabi, Univ. of Johannesburg Two Keyhole Laser-Mig Hybrid Welding Processes (P153)
Li Cui, Beijing Univ. of Technology
The Influence of Magnetic Field on Hybrid Laser Arc Welding
(P138) Laser Size Reduction of Radioactively Contaminated
Chunming Wang, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology Structures (P154)
Ali Khan, TWI Ltd
Optimal Design for Dual Laser Beam Butt Welding Process
Parameter using Artificial Neural Networks and Genetic A Real Time Monitoring Method of Atom Emission
Algorithm for Sus316L Austenitic Stainless Steel (P139) Spectroscopy Applied on Laser Surface Remelting Process of
Gaoyang Mi, Huazhong Unversity of Science and Technology AiSi4140 Steel (P156)
Siyu Wang, Univ. of Michigan
Effect of Heat Treatment on Morphology Evolution of Phase
of Laser Additive Manufactured K465 Nickel-Based Superalloy Manufacturing of Integrated Si Anode with Micro/
(P140) Nanostructures for Lithium-Ion Batteries Based on Laser
Qiuge Li, Northwestern Polytechnical Univ. Technology (P157)
Ting Huang, Beijing Univ. of Technology

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Plasmonic-Enhanced Laser Sintering of Metal Nanowire High-Speed Laser Shock Peening of Al Alloys using a Fiber
Networks for Improved Performance in Organic Light Emitting Laser (P169)
Devices (P159) Chenfei Zhang, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln
Craig Arnold, Princeton Univ.
Local Heat Treatment of a Laser Build-Up (P170)
Spectroscopic Diagnostics of Microstructure for Nickel-Based Maritha Theron, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
Superalloys during Laser-Aided Direct Metal Deposition (P160)
Microstructure, Tensile and Hardness Properties of Dissimilar
Yichen Wang, Univ. of Michigan
Laser Welded Dual Phase and Boron Steel Joints (P172)
DSS – Dynamic Spot Shaper: Applications in Laser Hardening (P161) Isiaka Aderibigbe, Tshwane Univ. of Technology
M. Angeles Montealegre, Talens System- Etxe-Tar Group
Versatile Yb:Yag Thin Disk Laser with Mixed Pulse Trains
Localized Boiling Induced Spatter in High Power Fiber Laser Opening New Fields of Applications (P173)
Welding of AiSi 304 Stainless Steel (P162) Johannes Trbola, Dausinger + Giesen GmbH
Renzhi Hu, Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
SiCp/AlSi10Mg Composites Manufactured by Selective Laser
Superlens Focused Laser Electrospray Microprocessing of Melting (P175)
Nanoparticles (P165) Gang Xue, Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics,
Eduardo Castillo-Orozco, Univ. of Central Florida Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology
Innovative Approaches to using Fiber Lasers for Welding and Femtosecond Micromachining of Complex Geometries for Bio-
Bonding Different Material Types (P166) Medical Applications (P176)
Tony Hoult, IPG Photonics Robert Braunschweig, Lasea, Inc.
Short Wavelength Pyrometry by Photon Counting – Application Control of Dilution and Distortion of Laser Deposited Build Up
for Temperature Measurement in Laser Oxygen Cutting (P168) (P177)
Hamie Abbas, PIMM Nazmul Alam, CSIRO Manufacturing, Melbourne, Australia

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Sunday, October 22 Wednesday, October 25
11:30am LIA Board of Directors Meeting 7:30am ICALEO Registration Desk Open
1:00pm ICALEO Registration Desk Open 7:30am Attendee Breakfast & Poster
4:00pm Welcome Celebration Presentation Gallery Q & A
9:00am LMP 8: Modeling Welding
Monday, October 23 LMP 9: LAM II
7:00am ICALEO Registration Desk Open LMF 5: B
 eam Shaping for Microprocessing
7:30am Appreciation Breakfast Nano 3: L aser Processing for PV
8:00am Attendee Continental Breakfast 10:20am Morning Break
9:00am Opening Plenary Session 10:50am LMP 10: Steel Welding
10:10am Morning Break LMP 11: LAM III
Lunch on own LMF 6: M
1:30pm LMP 1: Sub Plenary Nano 4: Laser Micro- and Nanoengineering
LMF 1: Sub Plenary 12:30pm LIA Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon
3:00pm Afternoon Break 3:00pm LMP 12: Modeling
3:30pm LMP 2: LAM LMP 13: LAM IV
LMF 2: Laser Ablation for Microelectronics LMF 7: M
 icroprocessing for
LMF 10: Laser Processing of Textured Biological Applications
Surfaces and Micro-joints Nano 5: Li-ion Batteries
Nano 1: Femtosecond Laser 4:40pm Afternoon Break
Nanofabrication and Processing
5:00pm President’s Reception
Thursday, October 26
7:30am ICALEO Registration Desk Open
Tuesday, October 24 8:00am Attendee Continental Breakfast
7:30am ICALEO Registration Desk Open 8:30am LMP 14: Surface Modification I
8:00am Attendee Continental Breakfast LMP 15: Welding of Dissimilar Materials I
Poster Presentation Gallery Open LMF 8: M
 icroprocessing of Hard Materials
8:30am LMP 4: Aluminum Welding Nano 6: Supercapacitors
LMP 5: Cladding 10:10am Morning Break
LMF 3: Surface Structuring 10:40am LMP 16: Surface Modification II
Nano 2: Processing and Characterization LMP 17: Welding of Dissimilar Materials II
at Nanoscales LMF 9: Measurements and Modeling
10:10am Morning Break Nano 7: Laser Innovative Processing
Lunch on own Lunch on own
1:30pm LMP 6: Cutting 1:30pm Closing Plenary Session
LMP 7: Monitoring I 3:30pm Farewell Break
LMF 4: Microprocessing of Transparent Materials
Flash Poster Session
4:00pm Laser Industry Vendor Reception
& Tabletop Display

*Program subject to minor changes

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