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Date: Fri Feb 15 05:16:02 2019
Subject: 19.09.04 Nanophotonics and Micro/Nano Optics International Conference 2019, Munich, Germany
NANOP 2019: Functional Nanophotonics
After tremendous endeavors, Nanophotonics has already departed from its infancy and stepped into an exciting era, where research ideas and theoretical concepts are being vigorously transferred into functional devices and real-life applications. The fourth edition of the NANOP conference identifies the successful development of Functional Nanophotonics over the last decades as well as outlines upcoming research directions and topics, offering a vibrant platform for scientists to discuss, share, and fantasize.

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials
Optics and transport on 2D materials
Nonlinear nano-optics
Quantum dots and colour centres
Strong light-matter interactions at the nanoscale
Metamaterials and metasurfaces
Enhanced spectroscopy
Quantum nano-optics
Nanoscale photothermal effects
Optical sensing from solid state to bio-medicine
Advanced imaging for photonic materials
Topological photonics
Bottom-up approach enabled nanophotonics
Non-reciprocal nano-optics

Prof. Laura Na Liu, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Confirmed speakers:
Prof. Albert Polman, AMOLF Institute, Netherlands
Prof. Din Ping Tsai, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Prof. Anatoly Zayats, King’s College London, UK
Prof. Andrea Alu, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Prof. Jörg Wrachtrup, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Prof. Frank Koppens, ICFO, Spain
Prof. Peter Nordlander, Rice University, USA
Dr. Kerstin Göpfrich, Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Germany
Prof. Stefan Maier, LMU, Germany
Prof. Tim Liedl, LMU, Germany
ACS Photonics Lectureship Winner

Early bird submission – March 19, 2019
Early bird registration – April 19, 2019
Regular submission – June 19, 2019
Regular registration – July 19, 2019
Conference: September 4-6, 2019
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