Doctoral Summer School on Nanophotonics and Metamaterials

2018 28–01 May–Jun

The School ( is an annual event that is intended for PhDs, Master’s students, engineers, postdocs and researchers who are interested in the fields of nanophotonics and metamaterials. Internationally renowned experts from European, American, Australian, Korean, Saudi Arabian and Japanese universities will deliver a series of lectures on photonics, microwave and optical metamaterials, plasmonics, topological insulators, optomechanics, nanoengineering, THz technologies and on commercialization of scientific results. The list of confirmed lecturers includes: Yuri Kivshar (Australian National University, Australia) Gerd Leuchs (Max Planck Institute For The Science Of Light, Germany) Rémi Carminati (Espci Paris, France) Andrei Lavrinenko (Technical University Of Denmark, Denmark) Q-Han Park (Korea University, Korea) Alexander Poddubny (Ioffe Institute, Russia) Andrea Fratalocchi (King Abdullah University Of Science And Technology (Kaust), Saudi Arabia) Gennady Shvets (Cornell University, USA) Giuseppe Leo (University Paris Diderot, France) Costantino De Angelis (University Of Brescia, Italy) Silvio Hrabar (University Of Zagreb, Croatia) Konstantin Bliokh (Riken, Japan) Christian Pederson (Technical University Of Denmark, Denmark) Note that this year the School will be organized in a scope of the Laser and Photonics Congress ( to be held next week after the school. School participants will be able to attend all the presentations, plenary lectures and exhibitions organized within the Congress. 3 ECTS will be awarded to the students upon successful completion of all the necessary assignments during the School. Registration deadline is April 15, 2018.

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