Marwan Abdou Ahmed, Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge (IFSW), University of Stuttgart:
Generation of beams with axially-symmetric polarization: concepts and challenges

Juan Diego Ania, Madrid University (Spain):
Ultralong fiber lasers and their applications

Camille Bres, Ecole Poilytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland):

Markus Büscher, Peter-Grünberg Institut (PGI-6), Forschungszentrum Jülich:
The generation of polarized beams and/or polarized fusion

Filippo Cardano, Federico II University, Napoli, Italy:
Large-scale unitary maps based on spin-orbit photonic quantum walks

Maria Chernicheva, Leibnitz Institute (Germany):

Mark Dennis, University of Birmingham, UK:

Mario Ferraro, University of Calabria:
Recent advances on the thermodynamic description of beam cleaning in multimode fibers

Robert Fickler, Tampere University:

Bertand Kibler, Université de Bourgogne:
Towards single-mode dynamics in multimode optical fibers

Nicolas Joly, Max PLanck Institute for the Science of Light – Erlangen (Germany):
Extracting rapidly varying THz fingerprints from stretched rainbows

Arno Mussot, Université de Lille (France):
Broadband frequency combs in high finesse fiber fabry Perot resonators 

Emilio Pisanty, King’s College – London (UK):
Novel symmetryes and topologies in polychromatic singular optics

Philip Russell, Max PLanck Institute for the Science of Light – Erlangen (Germany):
Helical Bloch modes and optical vortices in chiral photonic crystal fibres

Birgit Stiller, Max PLanck Institute for the Science of Light – Erlangen (Germany):

Thibault Sylvestre, Université de Franche-Comté (France):
Supercontinuum generation in multimode fibers

Giovanna Tissoni, Université de Nice-Côte d’Azure:
Extreme events in spatially extended semiconductor lasers

Benjamin Wetzel, Université de Limoges (France):
Tailored temporal and spatial nonlinear interactions in optical fibers

Daniel Ursescu, Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP):
Spatial-temporal distortions and helicity: 3D ultrashort pulses propagation simulations and measurements at ELI-NP

Alison Yao, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland:
Structured light in hot & cold gases