EOS Topical Meetings at Capri
7th EOS Topical Meeting on Optical Microsystems (OµS’17)
3rd EOS Topical Meeting on Optics at the Nanoscale (ONS’17)
7th EOS Topical Meeting on Optical Microsystems (OµS’17)
OµS’17 is the 7th edition of the international conference wholly dedicated to optical microsystems organized by the European Optical Society (EOS) and the Italian Society of Optics and Photonics (SIOF), Italian Branch of the EOS.
Optical microsystems are now able to perform complex sensing and actuation functions, taking advantage of the progress in micro- and nano-technologies to integrate in a smart way optical devices with electronic, mechanical and sensing components. The increasing interest in this field arises from the perspective applications that would significantly improve the quality of life. The list of possibilities offered by these enabling technologies is long and seems to increase day by day. Optical microsystems are finding applications not only in ICT, but also in biotechnologies, medicine, food and environmental monitoring, aerospace and automotive, homeland security, etc. The conference programme will focus on fundamental as well as more applied topics. Biosensors, biochips and lab-on-chip, microfluidic and optofluidic systems, non-linear and quantum optical devices, silicon-based optoelectronics and MOEMS, chemical and physical optical microsensors, new characterization methods for materials and devices, novel imaging techniques, biomimetic devices and systems are among the hot topics of the conference.
- Optical microsensors & microsystems
- Biophotonics, biosensors & biochips
- Microfluidics & optofluidics
- Bio-inspired optical technologies, optical biomimetic devices & systems
- Optical microscopy, imaging & characterization methods
- Optical materials for hybrid & monolithic integration
- Microoptics & optical devices based on novel concepts
- Non-linear optical devices and technologies
- Photonic quantum devices and systems
- Organic optical devices, sources & lasers
- Silicon photonics
- Terahertz devices & systems
- Applications of optical devices & systems
- Aerospace photonics
- Ivo Rendina, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT)
- Eugenio Fazio, Sapienza Università di Roma (IT)
- Pietro Ferraro, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT)
- Dario Ambrosini (Università dell'Aquila)
- Mario Bertolotti, Sapienza Università di Roma (IT)
- Stefano Cabrini, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. / Ca (US)
- Stefania Campopiano, Università Parthenope di Napoli (IT)
- Mathieu Chauvet, Université de Franche-Comté / Besançon (FR)
- Giberto Chirico, Università Milano Bicocca(IT)
- Giuseppe Cocorullo, Università della Calabria (IT)
- Richard De La Rue, University of Glasgow (GB)
- Bahram Jalali, UCLA / Ca (US)
- Bahram Javidi, University of Connecticut (US)
- Francesco Prudenzano, SIOF President (IT)
- Graham Reed, University of Southampton (GB)
- Roberto Rella, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT), Vice-President SIOF
- Ali Serpenguezel, Koç University (TR)
- Jing Hua Teng, A-Star /Singapore (SGP)
- Raffaele Velotta, Università Federico II di Napoli (IT)
- Tetsuzo Yoshimura, Tokio University of Technology (JP)
- NiKolay I. Zheludev, University of Southampton (UK)
3rd EOS Topical Meeting on Optics at the Nanoscale (ONS’17)
New properties in nanoscale structures can be dramatically tuned with size and shape of the nanostructures. Completely different optical behaviors are produced compared to the bulk counterparts, such as narrow line widths for emission, solar energy conversion, etc.
Indeed materials and applications require strong effort to develop spectroscopy and microscopy tools allowing visualization and manipulation of optical properties with nanoscale resolution.
Optics at Nanoscale is a Topical Meeting that covers a spectrum from applied to basic research of this domain providing a forum for all the aspects with the purpose of advancing the state-of-the-art of nanoscale optics.
- Imaging: functional imaging, methods, enhanced resolution
- Materials: metamaterials, photonics crystals, plasmonics, nano-engineered materials, graphene, nonlinearities
- Concepts & functions: optical magnetism, optical mimetism
- Quantum optics at the nanoscale: sources, detectors
Special Session: COST action MP1403 Nanoscale Quantum Optics Work Group 2 Meeting
The COST action MP1403 on Nanoscale Quantum Optics serves as European platform to enhance networking and research collaboration in the rapidly evolving field of quantum nanooptics that has substantial overlap with the topics covered in the UNO workshop series. The second half of the 3rd EOS Topical Meeting on Optics at the Nanoscale (ONS’17) will host the work group meeting on Nonlinearities and Ultrafast Processes in Nanostructured Media (WG2).
Topics of WG2 meeting
- Coherent Control on the nanoscale
- Nanoscale nonlinear response
- Energy harvesting and energy transfer
- Coherent spectroscopy
- Active nanophotonics
- Nanoscale transport
- Didier Felbacq, University of Montpellier (FR)
- Vito Mocella, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT)
- Concita Sibilia, Sapienza Università di Roma (IT)
- Mario Agio, CNR-INO (IT)
- Guillaume Bachelier, Neel Institute Grenoble (FR)
- Sophie Brasselet, Institut Fresnel (FR)
- Emanuela Esposito, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT)
- Javier García de Abajo, Institut de Ciències Fotòniques (ES)
- Philippe Lalanne, Institut d'Optique (FR)
- Kauranen Martti, Tampere University of Technology (FI)
- Walter Pfeiffer, Bielefeld University (G)
- Gennady Shvets, Univ. of Texas, Austin (US)
- Niek van Hulst, ICFO (ES)
- Anatoly Zayats, King’s College (GB)
Dates and Deadlines
|Opening of submission||15 April 2017|
|Abstract submission deadline (extended)||20 June 2017|
|Notification to authors||10 July 2017|
|Publication of programme||15 July 2017|
|Opening of post-deadline submissions||24 August 2017|
|Closing date of post-deadline submission||31 August 2017|
|Early-bird registration deadline||03 September 2017|
How to submit?
All abstracts must be submitted via easychair. Prepare a short abstract (“abstract” in the follow - up to 500 characters) and a long abstract (“paper” in the follow - two-page pdf files that are formatted along the guidelines given in this file).
Users with existing easychair account
To submit please click one of the links below and you will be redirected to the easychair submission system. After the login, click on "new submission" button.
Follow the instructions, step by step, and then use the "Submit" button at the bottom of the form. The required information are:
- Author Information: First name, Last name, Email, Country and Organization For each authors are request. There must be at least one corresponding author.
- Title and Abstract: The title and the abstract should be entered as plain text, they should not contain HTML elements. Abstract up to 500 characters
- Keywords: one per line, at least three keywords.
- Topics: select a topic
- Type of presentation: select a preference of type of presentation (oral or poster)
- Paper: long abstracts must be submitted as two-page pdf files that are formatted along the guidelines given in this file.
- Click on "submit" and you will receive a confirmation e-mail.
Users without existing easychair account
Click one of the links listed below and create a new easychair account. After confirmation follow what written before.
To submit please click one of the links below to be redirected to the submission system.
- 7th EOS Topical Meeting on Optical Microsystems (OµS’17): https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=oms17
- 3rd EOS Topical Meeting on Optics at Nanoscale (ONS’17): https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ons17
Publications in JEOS:RP
Authors can optionally submit a full manuscript of the accepted paper to the Journal of the European Optical Society Rapid Publications (JEOS:RP https://jeos.springeropen.com/). The paper must be an original high-quality contribution connected to the Capri meetings.
Deadline: 30 September 2017. In case of acceptance EOS members receive a special discount on the publication rate.
|The registration includes admission to all Meetings, a copy of the Topical Meeting digest, coffee-breaks and lunches. The participation to the conference social dinner is optional (additional costs: 60 Euro).
(after Sept. 3, 2017)
|Members of SIOF and EOS||350 €||400 €|
|Members of IEEE Photonics, AEIT, SIF, OSA, AIDAA and CORIFI||400 €||450 €|
|Non-members *||450 €||530 €|
|Student members of SIOF and EOS, IEEE Photonics, AEIT, SIF, OSA, AIDAA and CORIFI||200 €||250 €|
|Student members of IEEE Photonics, AEIT, SIF, OSA, AIDAA and CORIFI||250 €||300 €|
|Student non-members *||300 €||360 €|
|COST Meeting participants (students)||225 (150) €||265 (180) €|
|One-day||150 €||170 €|
|* incl. a one-year membership in SIOF and EOS|
Accomodation information can be found here.
Capri is a beautiful and picturesque island in the Gulf of Naples, in the South of Italy. Its mild climate, the numerous monuments and island highlights, and last but not least the excellent Italian cuisine and wine culture make Capri a perfect location for relaxing and enjoying the Mediterranean atmosphere. The Island of Capri has two towns: Capri and Anacapri. If the Piazzetta of Capri is the unrivalled focus of the island's glamorous social life, filled with elegant sidewalk cafes, the pretty historic centre of Anacapri located on the slopes of Mount Solaro is the exact opposite, with its peaceful piazzas and bougainvillea and geranium festooned lanes. It is a concentration of Mediterranean colours, scents, and sounds. Town life here has remained authentic despite the island's tourism: tucked between the houses there are tiny, humble vegetable gardens surrounded by lush tropical plants. A walk around the centre of Anacapri will take you past tiny Neapolitan tailor shops, artisan shoemakers, ladies sitting in the shade outside working on their knitting while exchanging gossip and news...all with the scent of the town's lemon groves that permeates the air.
The EOS Topical Meetings in Capri will be held at the Conference Centre of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, the former Royal Swedish Academy Solar Observatory, Via Ceselle, Anacapri (Na), Italy.
The nearest International Airport to Capri is Naples International Airport (http://www.aeroportodinapoli.it).
From Naples International Airport to train station/port
• From the airport the best and cheapest way to get to the train station/port is the AliBus, a bus departing every 20 minutes that takes passengers to either the train station and to the port in a less than 30 minutes.
• From the port to Capri
The island of Capri can be reached by regular ferry or hydrofoil connections from Naples and other locations like Sorrento, Amalfi and Salerno. Ferries depart from Molo Beverello in Naples, a few steps away from the bus stop.
A regular bus running every fifteen minutes takes from Capri to Anacapri. Tickets can be purchased directly from the bus driver.
See also http://www.capritourism.com/.
Local Organizing Committee
Alessio Crescitelli, Principia Dardano, Antonella Ferrara, Silvia Romano (IMM-CNR)
Biagio Mandracchia, Francesco Merola, Melania Paturzo (ISASI-CNR)
OµS’17 - Mrs. Valentina Di Meo, IMM-CNR, Via Castellino 111, 80131 Napoli, Italy
Phone: +39-0816132488, fax: +39-0816132598
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ONS'17 - Dr. Silvia Romano, IMM-CNR, Via Castellino 111, 80131 Napoli, Italy
Phone: +39-0816132285, fax: +39-0816132598
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.myeos.org/events/capri2017
Monica Gigliotti, Vincenzo Mosca, Vincenzo Palmieri, Domenico Passaro, Loredana Salzano
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Via P. Castellino, 111
80131 Napoli, Italy