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International Nano-Optoelectronics Workshop
St. Petersburg, Russia and Würzburg, Germany
July 24 - August 6, 2011


Co-Chairs

Connie Chang-Hasnain

Vladimir Dubrovskii

Alfred Forchel

University of California

Berkeley

Academic University

St. Petersburg

University of Würzburg

Würzburg

USA

Russia

Germany


 

Objectives

The physics of nanoscale materials and the devices based on them has now become an important area for research and development in both academic and industry laboratories.  The iNOW 2011 workshop will engage participants in considerations of state-of-the-art nanoscale semiconductor processing and synthesis, the new physics of tailoring material’s optical and electrical properties, new advances in characterization techniques, and new devices with novel functionalities.

As in the past, iNOW 2011 features tutorial-style talks, poster sessions presented by students and young scientists, rump sessions by leaders from industry, and several excursion trips to famous sites, including the Lower Park in Peterhof, world-class museums in Hermitage, a city tour of Kunstcamera and a visit to unique castles and cathedrals in Bavaria. 

The workshop promises ample opportunities for interaction, inspiring presentations, exciting discussions, and invigorating debates. We hope your experiences here will stimulate future collaborations and spark future breakthroughs.

Duration

                           18:00, Sunday, July 24th to ~23:30 Friday, August 5th, 2011

deadlines

5/10/11

Registration on line

(Passport personal data form must be submitted with registration to avoid delay in obtaining invitation letter for Russian VISA application)

5/10/11

Registration fee wired to University of Würzburg

5/25/11

Abstract Submission

 

Technical Topics

Photonic Crystal and Devices

Quantum Dots, Nanowires and Nanostructures

Physics of Nanostructures

Plasmonics and Left-handed Materials

QD and Quantum Cascade Lasers

Nanowires and Nanolasers

Solar Cells

GaN LEDs

Integrated Photonic Circuits

High-speed Lasers and Detectors

Applications

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Field Trip

Details to be provided.

Excursion Trips

Details to be provided.

 

Steering Committee

Zhores Alferov, Academic University St. Petersburg

Markus Amann, Technical University of München

Yasuhiko Arakawa, University Tokyo

Dieter Bimberg, Technical University of Berlin

Connie Chang-Hasnain, UC Berkeley (ex-officio)

Zhangyuan Chen, Peking University

Vladimir Dubrovskii, Academic University St. Petersburg (ex-officio)

Alfred Forchel, University Würzburg

Tingye Li, AT&T Labs (Retired)

Tien P. Lee, Telcordia (Retired)

Yi Luo, Tsinghua University

Fumio Koyama, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Ivan Kaminow, UC Berkeley

Lars Thylen, Royal Institute of Technology


Local Organizing Committee

St. Petersburg:

Vladimir Dubrovskii, Chairman

Abgar Orbeli

Evgeny Mosgovoi

Yuri Bystrov

George Cirlin

Zhanna Sokolova

Maria Sudenkova

Elena Sibireva

Würzburg: 

Alfred Forchel, Chairman

Martin Kamp

Stephan Reitzenstein

 

Special Nobel Session on Monday, July 25, 2011 (New Peterhof)

Professor Zhores Alferov, Academic University St. Petersburg

Nobel Laureate in Physics, 2000