The IV edition of TERAMETANANO, the International Conference on Terahertz Emission, Metamaterials and Nanophotonics, will take place in Lecce (Italy) from 27 to 31 of May 2019 in the 16th-century Castle of Charles V with two special nights that will be held, weather permitting, in an original Theatre of Roman period.
TERAMETANANO is an annual conference that gather physicists studying a wide variety of phenomena in the areas of nano-structures, nano-photonics and meta-materials, with special attention to the coupling between light and matter and in a broad range of wavelengths, going from the visible up to the terahertz.
The presentations will cover, both from an experimental and theoretical point of view, the optical and electrical properties of advanced nano-scale systems, such as two-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures, nano-crystals, Transition Metal Dichalcogenides, hybrid systems and heterostructures.
In this edition a particular attention will be given to young researchers and PhD students which are encouraged to participate in order to promote discussions and collaborations on new ideas and challenges arising in the community. In addition to the oral contributions an opportunity to present their work will be given to the best 10 posters in an elevator pitch session.
Topics of the TERAMETANANO-4 include but are not limited to:
Organic and hybrid semiconductors
TMD (Transition Metal Dichalcogenide)
Mete Atature - University of Cambridge
Jeremy Baumberg - University of Cambridge
Alberto Bramati - École Normale Supérieure
Simone De Liberato - University of Southampton
Elena Del Valle - Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Johannes Feist - Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Antonio Fernandez-Dominguez - Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Mikhail Glazov - Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute
Alexey Kavokin - Westlake University
Stéphane Kéna-Cohen - Polytechnique Montréal
Na Young Kim - University of Waterloo
Fabrice Laussy - University of Wolverhampton
Tim Liew - Nanyang Technological University
Stefan Maier - Imperial College London
Michał Matuszewski - Polish Academy of Sciences
Vinod Menon - City College of New York
Mikhail Portnoi - University of Exeter
Armando Rastelli - Johannes Kepler University
Jaime Gomez Rivas - Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Ivan Shelykh - University of Iceland
David Snoke - University of Pittsburgh
Jerome Tignon - UPMC and École Normale Supérieure
Alessandro Tredicucci - University of Pisa