TOM5- Nanophotonics


Riad rgb 1 Riad Haidar,
Nicolas bonod2 1

Fresnel (FR)

Rachelgrange Rachel

Zurich (CH)






Photonic nanostructures offer technical and technological solutions with high innovation potential in information and signal processing, health, sensors and light harvesting among other domains.The design of nanostructures is of crucial importance to enhance light-matter interactions and to control field distributions at subwavelength scales. Novel concepts and materials have emerged and opened novel routes for research and development in nanophotonics. The TOM Nanophotonics will feature the latest advances in this very active field of research and will cover both fundamentals and applications. Topics will include metasurfaces, plasmonics, nonlinear optics in nanostructures, quantum nano-optics, topological photonics, bio- and chemo- sensing, all-dielectric nanophotonics, fabrication and material for nanophotonic devices.



•    Metasurfaces & their applications 
•    Nonlinear optics in nanostructures and metasurfaces 
•    Nanophotonics for light harvesting and energy
•    Theory and modelling for nanophotonics and metamaterials
•    Topological and non Hermitian photonics
•    Nanophotonics with 2D materials
•    Deep-learning for nanophotonics
•    Photonic crystals
•    Correlated disordered optical materials
•    Transport in quasiperiodic and random photonic systems
•    Fabrication and material for nanophotonic devices
•    Plasmonic devices 
•    Nanomanipulation with light, optical trapping 
•    Nonreciprocity, and time-modulated nanophotonic materials


Program Committee

Mikko Huttunen, Tampere University, Tampere, Finland

Maria Antonietta Vincenti, University of Brescia, Italy

Kevin Vynck, CNRS Institut Lumière Matière, Lyon, France

Georgia Papadakis, ICFO, Castelldefels, Barcelona, Spain

Ivan Fernandez-Corbaton, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany

Miriam Serena Vitiello, CNR, Pisa, Italy