This workshop will bring together invited speakers from leading research groups working at the intersection of these three disciplines to present their work in an open and interactive setting. The purpose of the meeting is to explore new connections between seemingly disparate fields that might lead to advances in fundamental understanding as well as new functionalities and applications where the optical properties of plasmonic objects might be joined to semiconductor, organic and biologically active materials.
The format will be Gordon-conference-like with plenty of time for informal discussion and exploration of new ideas with both attendees and speakers.
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- Berini, Pierre - University of Ottawa
- Bertness, Kris - NIST Boulder
- Bozhevolnyi, Sergey - University of Southern Denmark
- Capasso, Federico - Harvard
- Engheta, Nader - Penn
- Gleason, Karen - MIT
- Hammond, Paula - MIT
- Helmerson, Kristian - NIST
- Lahann, Joerg - University of Michigan
- Lezec, Henri - NIST
- Lončar, Marko - Harvard
- Mansuripur, Masud - University of Arizona
- Ning, Cun-Zheng - Arizona State
- Noda, Susumu - Kyoto University
- Novotny, Lukas - Rochester
- Parkin, Stuart - IBM Almaden
- Schatz, George - Northwestern
- Shalaev, Vladimir - Purdue
- Shanhui, Fan - Stanford
- Sukharev, Maxim - Arizona State
- Veselago, V. - A.M. Prokhorov General Physics Institute, Russia
- Wegener, Martin - Universität Karlsruhe
- Weiner, John - NIST
Start Date: Monday, April 19, 2010
End Date: Thursday, April 22, 2010
Location: NIST Gaithersburg
Audience: Industry, Government, Academia
Nanofabrication Research Group,
Alex Liddle - Group Leader
Registration fee is $443. Online Registration will end at 5pm EST on April 13, 2010.
Attention Non-US citizen participants! You need to contact the workshop secretary, Monica Hudson (email@example.com), BEFORE 2 April, 2010 so that she can obtain the necessary information from you in order to expedite your entry into NIST on 19 April.
3 Research Court
Rockville, MD 20850
In addition to the invited speakers there will be ‘contributed seminars’. These contributed talks will be in the typical format of an academic seminar, 50-55 minutes with 5-10 minutes for questions at the end. Think of the them as ‘oral posters’ in which questions and comments from the audience are encouraged and expected during the seminar as well as at the end. Click here to see the schedule of accepted Contributed Seminars.