4th EOS Topical Meeting on Terahertz Science & Technology (TST 2014)
- Petr Kužel - Institute of Physics of the ASCR / Czech Republic
- Alessandro Tredicucci - NEST, CNR-NANO / Italy
- Richard Averitt - Boston University / United States
- Jean-Louis Coutaz - Université de Savoie / France
- Giles Davies - University of Leeds / United Kingdom
- Rupert Huber - Universität Regensburg / Germany
- Peter Uhd Jepsen - Technical University of Denmark / Denmark
- Wojciech Knap - Université Montpellier II / FR
- Martin Koch - Philipps-Universitaet Marburg / Germany
- Paul C.M. Planken - Delft University of Technology / Netherlands
- Koichiro Tanaka - Kyoto University / Japan
- Masayoshi Tonouchi - Osaka University / Japan
- Karl Unterrainer - Technische Universität Wien / Austria
- Miriam Serena Vitiello - NEST, CNR-NANO / Italy
- Hartmut Roskos, Goethe University Frankfurt (DE) – Keynote
- Fritz Keilmann, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (DE) – Masterclass
- Jun Kono, Rice University (USA) – Masterclass
- Christoph Deutsch, Technical University Wien / Austria
- Mona Jarrahi, University of Michigan / USA
- Michael Johnston, University of Oxford / UK
- Tobias Kampfrath, Fritz Haber Institute / Germany
- Toshihiko Kiwa, Okayama University / Japan
- Alexey Kuzmenko, Geneva University / Switzerland
- Jean-François Lampin, IEMN Lille / France
- Joo-Hiuk Son, University of Seoul / Korea
- Vincenzo Spagnolo, Politecnico di Bari / Italy
- Frederic Teppe, Université Montpellier 2 / France
- Emission of THz radiation (QCLs, HEMTs, FELs, synchrotrons, nonlinear optics etc.)
- Detection of THz radiation (quantum dots, single photon detectors, time-gated, transistors etc.)
- THz integrated optics, waveguiding, plasmonics, metamaterials, photonic crystals
- Interaction of THz radiation with matter (dielectrics, semiconductors, nanostructured materials, graphene, liquid-state dynamics, chemistry, biology, ultrafast spectroscopy etc.)
- Nonlinear phenomena induced by THz radiation
- THz far-field and near-field imaging, THz microscopy and microspectroscopy
- Remote sensing of gases and chemical / biological agents
- THz applications (security, telecom, remote detection etc.)
Members of Optical Society of Japan are entitled to register with EOS-member fee.
|FEES||Non-EU participants, EU companies and businesses (except Finland) with VAT number*||Private persons, companies and businesses in Finland with VAT number (incl. VAT 24%)**|
|Early-bird for members||490.00 €||607.60 €|
|Early-bird non-members||560.00 €||694.40 €|
|Early-bird student members||320.00 €||396.80 €|
|Early-bird student non-member||350.00 €||434.00 €|
|Late non-members||620.00 €||768.80 €|
|Late student members||380.00 €||471.20 €|
|Late student non-members||410.00 €||508.40 €|
*EU companies and businesses with VAT number: reverse charge for VAT payment applied according to the Finnish VAT act §65 and EU VAT directive articles 44 and 196.
**Private persons etc. from EU: VAT 24% according to the Finnish VAT act §69H.
Contributions are accepted for oral and poster presentation. All accepted contributions are to be published in the digest CD-ROM which will be available at the beginning of the meeting. All authors are requested to register separately from abstract submission.
Journal Papers in JEOS:RP
Presenters at an EOS Topical Meeting are kindly invited to consider the submission of a manuscript about their research to the EOS open-access on-line journal JEOS:RP (Journal of the European Optical Society, Rapid Publications, www.jeos.org). A 20% discount will be applied to the author fee. JEOS:RP publishes articles about recent scientific research and technological innovation as well as review papers about a topic in science or innovation from the recent past. A contribution should be original and will be subjected to the journal’s standard anonymous peer review process for scientific quality. The average time-to-publication of the journal is of the order of 75 days.
Camogli (Camuggi in Genoese dialect) is a small Italian fishing village and tourist resort located on the west side of the peninsula of Portofino, on the Golfo Paradiso in the Riviera di Levante, a half-hour train ride from Genoa. The name means “House of wives" (Casa delle Mogli), a reminder that in old times the main occupation of Camogli’s men was seafaring.
Camogli, now lives mainly from tourism, but has preserved the charm of the ancient medieval core, characterized by uphill alleys, steps, porches, and by the typical tall houses very close to each other, with colourful façades overlooking the harbour, where many kinds of boats are moored.
The conference will be hosted at the Cenobio dei Dogi, a hotel of long-standing history, where tradition and elegance combine to create an exclusive atmosphere.
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