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Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Projects and Collaborations

Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Projects and Collaborations

Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Projects and Collaborations

Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Projects and Collaborations

Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Projects and Collaborations

Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Projects and Collaborations

Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


Projects and Collaborations

Collaborations

Strangi group (CWRU) and Capasso group (Harvard) started a collaboration for developing a new class of metasurfaces.

Strangi Group and CNR Nanotec are developing a new class of metamaterials for biosensing and plexcitonics.

Nanoplasm Lab and Italian Institute of Technologies (De Angelis IIT) joined forces to investigate hyperbolic dispersion to manipulate EM radiation on the nanometer scale.

Engheta, Marago’ and Strangi groups are exploring new avenues for Electric Levitation.

Recent Publications: (see publications List)

Our most recent work “Beaming random laser with soliton control” just came out on Nature Communications 9, 3863 (2018). Research Highlights by Rachel Won “Soliton assistance” NATURE PHOTONICS 12, 641 (2018)



Our work “Extreme sensitivity biosensing platform based on hyperbolic metamaterials” has been published on NATURE MATERIALS (2016) doi:10.1038/nmat4609


We are seeking strongly motivated graduate and undergraduate students to investigate the fascinating fields of nano photonics and plasmonic metamaterials.


Next Conferences and Meetings.....see the section at the bottom

Conferences, meetings and workshops organized by NANOPLASM Labs

G. Strangi and Daniele Struppa (President of Chapman University, California) are organizing a symposium in Cetraro, Italy (June 14-17, 2019) "Superoscillations: Theoretical Aspects and Applications". Michael Berry,Yakir Aharonov, Nader Engheta, F. Capasso among others will attend the Symposium.

NANOPLASM 2020 the international conference on "Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nano-Optics” chaired by Prof. Strangi will be held in Cetraro (Italy) June 14-19, 2020
http://nanoplasmconference.com

The Scientific Initiative "From Life to Life" by G. Strangi and R. Bartolino is promoted by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy).
The first volume of the scientific initiative has been published by Springer - Rendiconti Lincei Volume 26, Supplement 2 - August 2015

Giuseppe (Pino), Strangi will deliver an invited talk at NANOMETA 2019 (Seefeld, Austria) January, 3-6 2019

Prof. Strangi has been nominated President of the Scientific Committee of The Foundation "Con Il Cuore" - Italy

NEWS:

Welcome to John Boyd, he joined our group as Ph.D student to investigate ENZ materials and quantum leaps.

Welcome to Sharmistha Chatterjee. She joined our group as Ph. D student to investigate new plasmonic nanostructures for advanced optical sensing.

Congratulations to Mohamed El Kabbash on a successful PhD defense, and his new job at University of Rochester


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Strangi Research Group

NANOPLASM Lab – Department of Physics, Case Western Reserve University

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Our primary research interests involve extreme optics and plasmonics of photonic metamaterials, a new class of artificially engineered nanostructures with extraordinary physical properties which allow to control the interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale. The inclination toward miniaturization in the emerging generation of nanoscale materials has led to a growing interest in the physics of hybrid nanostructures. In recent years significant strides have been made to understand how to control the interaction between radiation and matter in the nano-world, by designing structures and functions that can lead to new phenomena and breakthrough applications. 

Recently, my group is focused on developing tools and materials to access the nanoworld, molding and harnessing light to trigger effects and monitor processes at the nanoscale.  We use different classes of artificial nanostructured materials by exploiting bottom-up an top-down approaches. Among them, hyperbolic metamaterials (HMMs) have demonstrated extraordinary properties, they are bSulk three-dimensional sub-wavelength structures which are non-magnetic and anisotropic in permittivity. The emerging field of HMMs promises a variety of applications such as negative refraction, sub-wavelength imaging, spontaneous emission enhancement and biosensing.

Nanoplasm Lab is also equipped to perform ultimate ultrafast spectroscopy investigations to study the interplay and the dynamics between plasmons and excitons in plexcitonic nanostructures. Our particular interest lies in the resonant energy transfer processes leading to metal enhancement effects and low-loss metamaterials, including virus based bio-nanoparticles for advanced imaging.

We are also interested to learn from nature how to create materials with life applications without threatening the life, without harming the environment and by exploring natural strategies in the framework of the scientific initiative “From Life to Life”.

Currently, we are exploring several fascinating topics:

·         Extreme Optics of Metamaterials for Biosensing and Sub-Wavelength Imaging

·         Nanotechnologies at the interface between Physics, Biology and Medicine

·         Plasmon-Exciton Coupling and Spontaneous Emission Enhancement in Nanocavities

·         Plasmonics and Nanophotonics of Metallo-Dielectric Nanostructures

·         Electromagnetic Properties of Intrinsically Active and Tunable Photonic Metamaterials.

 

These topics allow us to realize a cutting edge research program in the areas of soft-condensed matter, nano-science, spectroscopy, nano-optics and photonics.

Our primary research interests involve extreme optics and plasmonics of photonic metamaterials, a new class of artificially engineered nanostructures with extraordinary physical properties which allow to control the interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale. The inclination toward miniaturization in the emerging generation of nanoscale materials has led to a growing interest in the physics of hybrid nanostructures. In recent years significant strides have been made to understand how to control the interaction between radiation and matter in the nano-world, by designing structures and functions that can lead to new phenomena and breakthrough applications. 

Recently, my group is focused on developing tools and materials to access the nanoworld, molding and harnessing light to trigger effects and monitor processes at the nanoscale.  We use different classes of artificial nanostructured materials by exploiting bottom-up an top-down approaches. Among them, hyperbolic metamaterials (HMMs) have demonstrated extraordinary properties, they are bulk three-dimensional sub-wavelength structures which are non-magnetic and anisotropic in permittivity. The emerging field of HMMs promises a variety of applications such as negative refraction, sub-wavelength imaging, spontaneous emission enhancement and biosensing.

Nanoplasm Lab is also equipped to perform ultimate ultrafast spectroscopy investigations to study the interplay and the dynamics between plasmons and excitons in plexcitonic nanostructures. Our particular interest lies in the resonant energy transfer processes leading to metal enhancement effects and low-loss metamaterials, including virus based bio-nanoparticles for advanced imaging.

We are also interested to learn from nature how to create materials with life applications without threatening the life, without harming the environment and by exploring natural strategies in the framework of the scientific initiative “From Life to Life”.

Currently, we are exploring several fascinating topics:

·         Extreme Optics of Metamaterials for Biosensing and Sub-Wavelength Imaging

·         Nanotechnologies at the interface between Physics, Biology and Medicine

·         Plasmon-Exciton Coupling and Spontaneous Emission Enhancement in Nanocavities

·         Plasmonics and Nanophotonics of Metallo-Dielectric Nanostructures

·         Electromagnetic Properties of Intrinsically Active and Tunable Photonic Metamaterials.

These topics allow us to realize a cutting edge research program in the areas of soft-condensed matter, nano-science, spectroscopy, nano-optics and photonics.

International Conferences and Meetings

Nanoplasm 2018 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

Nanoplasm 2018 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

International Conference on Plasmonics and Nanophotonics Cetraro (CS) - Italy - 10 - 15 June...

Metamaterials' 2018 - Espoo (Finland) 27-31 August 2018

Metamaterials' 2018 - Espoo (Finland) 27-31 August 2018

Aalto University (Espoo, Finland)The 12th International Congress on Artificial Materials for...

EMP18 - Montréal (Québec)

EMP18 - Montréal (Québec)

International COnference on Energy, Materials and Photonics Montréal 8 - 11 July...

  • Nanoplasm 2018 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

    Nanoplasm 2018 - Frontiers in Plasmonics and Nanophotonics

  • Metamaterials' 2018 - Espoo (Finland) 27-31 August 2018

    Metamaterials' 2018 - Espoo (Finland) 27-31 August 2018

  • EMP18 - Montréal (Québec)

    EMP18 - Montréal (Québec)

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