Waves in Complex Photonic Media II: Mathematics, Physics & Engineering
From Wednesday, 03 june 2020 to Friday, 05 june 2020
EVENT NOW PART OF EOSAM 2021 CONFERENCE:
Due to the sanitary and travel restrictions, the event was postponed in 2020 but now found a new home under the EOS Annual Meeting, EOSAM 2021, to be held in Rome, Italy, 13 - 17 September 2021. If restrictions still prevail, the event will be held online. Read more about the topical meeting here.
We will see you at EOSAM 2021: www.eosam2021.org
The Topical Meeting will be held in the beautiful scenery of Italy, Anacapri, in the Island of Capri between 3rd and 5th of June, 2020. A long list of world-renowned experts in the field of optics in complex media have been invited to speak at the event. Join them and find out the most recent research in the field.
Luca Dal Negro, Boston University (USA)
• Complex electromagnetic media
List of Invited Speakers
Eric Akkermans (Technion, Israel)
Jacopo Bertolotti (Exeter University, UK)
Mark Brongersma (Stanford, USA)
Hui Cao (Yale, USA)
Rémi Carminati (Institut Langevin, ESPCI Paris, PSL University, France)
Didier Felbacq (Montpellier University & CNRS UMR, France)
Marcel Filoche (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Vincenzo Galdi (University of Sannio, Italy)
Azriel Genack (CUNY Queens College, USA)
Dario Gerace (University of Pavia, Italy)
Uwe Grimm (Open University, UK)
Kirill Koshelev (ITMO University, Russia)
Tsampikos Kottos (Wesleyan University, USA)
Eli Levy (Technion, Israel)
Lorenzo Marrucci (University of Naples, Italy)
Christian Morfonios (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Fiorenzo Omenetto (Tufts University, USA)
Lorenzo Pavesi (University of Trento, Italy)
Walter Pfeiffer (University of Bielefeld, Germany)
Felipe Pinheiro (University of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil)
Francesco Riboli (INO-CNR, Italy)
Alejandro Rodriguez (Princeton, USA)
Savo Romolo (ETH, Switzerland)
Bahaa E. A. Saleh, (CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida, USA)
Luca Sapienza (Southampton University, UK)
Riccardo Sapienza (Imperial College, UK)
Patrick Sebbah (Bar Ilan University, Israel)
Moti Segev (Technion, Israel)
Fabrizio Sgrignuoli (Boston University, USA)
Vladimir Shalaev (Purdue University, USA)
Salvatore Torquato (Princeton University, USA)
Bart Van-Tiggelen (Ipmmc-CNRS, France)
Silvia Vignolini (Cambridge University, UK)
Diederik Wiersma (LENS and INRIM, Italy)
Abstracts can only be submitted online via Conftool registration system
Authors are requested to submit an abstract, minimum of 500 words and a maximum of three pages and preferably with at least one figure. Please use the EOS abstract template for your submission.
Contributions will be accepted for oral and poster presentation, please indicate preference.
Registration will open on April 15, 2020.
CNR Conference Center
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 (CNR), the former Royal Swedish Academy Solar Observatory, Via Ceselle, Anacapri (Na), Italy.
Accomodation information can be found here.
The nearest International Airport to Capri is Naples International Airport.
From Naples International Airport to train station/port
From the port to Capri
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/.
How to get to CNR Conference Center
Guests traveling to Anacapri by bus should descend at the “Bar Grotta Azzurra” bus stop. It’s the 4th stop after “Piazza Vittoria”, the main bus stop in Anacapri (usually announced by the driver, who simply calls out “Anacapri”). Feel free to ask the driver to let you know when the bus gets to the Bar Grotta Azzurra stop. From here, you’ll need to walk down Via Pagliaro for about 200 meters until reaching a junction. Turn left and walk uphill for circa 50 meters.
Local Organizing Committee
Silvia Romano (IMM-CNR, Italy)Fabrizio Sgrignuoli (Boston University, USA)