Strasbourg Convention & Exhibition Centre
Strasbourg, France
22 - 26 April 2018
Conference EPE101
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Abstract Due:
25 October 2017
Submission website is open. Late submissions will be considered

Author Notification:
26 January 2018

Manuscript Due Date:
26 March 2018

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The metamaterials revolution was initiated nearly two decades ago, and the field has advanced rapidly – offering flexible control over many wave phenomena, which natural materials cannot provide, and new solutions for all kinds of applications using light. Artificial material designs present a wealth of previously unimaginable functionalities; Ideas map beautifully onto other areas like acoustics; New concepts and applications are proposed on an almost daily basis, and commercialization opportunities are becoming apparent. This conference will bring together the global community of interdisciplinary researchers working in this exciting and multi-faceted field. A broad family of metamaterials and metasurfaces will be presented, emphasizing the dramatic interactions of advanced, artificial sub-wavelength structures with electromagnetic radiation, together with their many applications.

The conference programme will feature keynote, invited, oral and poster presentations on topics including, but not limited to:

  • metasurfaces
  • active, tunable, switchable and reconfigurable metamaterials
  • nonlinear metamaterials
  • hyperbolic metamaterials
  • plasmonic metamaterials
  • metamaterials with extreme and near-zero parameters
  • new materials for metamaterials
  • all-dielectric metamaterials
  • quantum and superconducting metamaterials
  • chiral and bianisotropic metamaterials
  • light generation, gain, compensation of losses
  • transformation optics with metamaterials
  • sub-wavelength concentration of light and imaging
  • waveguide integration, metadevices and metamaterial-based photonic systems
  • multiphysics and acoustic metamaterials with electromagnetic analogues
  • novel effects in metamaterials and metasurfaces (PT-symmetry, topological insulators)
  • sensors, light-harvesting, bio-photonic, and other applications
  • analytical and numerical modelling of metamaterials
  • micro-/nanofabrication and synthesis of metamaterials and metasurfaces.
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