February 15th, 2023
|Deadline for the Abstract submission||
The date has been extended!
February 22nd, 2023
|Notification of Acceptance||
The date has been extended!
|March 21st, 2023||Early registration deadline|
|March 21st, 2023||Refunding deadline|
|April 1st, 2023||Registration deadline|
|April 11st, 2023||Conference opening|
|April 16th, 2023||Conference closing|
|April 17th, 2023||Departure day|
The International Conference on Physics of Light–Matter Coupling in Nanostructures (PLMCN) will be held in Medellin (Colombia) on April 11th - 16th 2023.
The PLMCN will be devoted to the fundamental and technological issues relevant to the realization of a new generation of opto-electronic devices based on advanced low-dimensional and photonic structures, such as low threshold polariton lasers, new optical switches, single photon emitters, photonic band-gap structures, etc. It should review recent achievements in the fundamental understanding of strong light-matter coupling, as well as follow progress in the development of epitaxial and processing technologies of wide gap semiconductor and organic nanostructures and microcavities providing the basis for advanced optical studies.
The conference will be open to new emerging field as carbon nanotubes and quantum information.
University of Antioquia
The Conference will be held at the Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín (Colombia).
Because of its transformative nature, the Universidad de Antioquia affects all social sectors through research, teaching and outreach. Research and teaching constitute the pivotal points of the academic life of the University, and both are joined by outreach in order to achieve institutional goals of an academic or social kind.
Calle 70, 52-21, Universidad de Antioquia, Extension Building
Medellín is one of the most rapidly developing cities in the South America. It combines the modern architecture with the heritage of the Spanish colonial period. The city is famous for the sculptures of Botero whose museum is located at the historical centre. After the violent past, Medellín moves to safety and modernity. It offers an excellent infrastructure and facilities for organisation of high-level international meetings. Surrounded by the Andes, the city of Medellín can be considered as an Esmerald of Colombia. The landscape evokes the drive of the colonists who toiled their way through a rugged topography and whose descendants founded this large industrial, ever-thriving city of hard-working, persevering people.
Due to the warmth and friendliness of its people, the year-round spring-like weather, and its gorgeous flowers and mountains, Medellín attracts like a magnet. As a city with great gastronomic, commercial, and tourist offers, it provides countless opportunities for leisure vacations and business.
With a renowned leadership in finance, banking, services, politics, art, culture, communications, fashion, and entertainment industries, the city is a true development axis.
In February 2013, Medellín was chosen as the most innovative city in the world due to its recent advances in politics, education, and social development.
The paisas, as the people from this region of the country are called, have earned a reputation as enterprising and visionary people who are also great Bargaineers. Their proactive spirit, frugality, and hospitality have become proverbial, and they are also famous for loving life on the street and exaggerating their colorful stories.