SP18 session at META18 conference

If you are working on plasmonic or/and all-dielectric metamaterials

and performing theoretical or experimental investigations

to understand the fundamentals naturally covered by the carpet of ambiguity
or/and already implementing your insights in emerging applications

Then this session is for YOU!

Join us to brainstorm on how these fascinating streams of photonics research can be utilised in guided wave architectures.
Where? The International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics (META)
When? June 24- July 1
Session Organiser: Alina Karabchevsky, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (IL)

SP18: Novel guided wave configurations with nanostructures for emerging applications

Novel guided wave configurations utilizing artificial sub-wavelength structures made of plasmonic or all-dielectric metamaterials can pave the road to new devices with novel functionalities. These devices can be exploited to manipulate light on a chip in a well-controlled manner. SP18 session at META18 conference will focus on the theory and implementation of advanced integrated photonics meta-devices. A wide range of techniques will be discussed including multipole decomposition, transformation optics, and others for the emerging application such as, but not limited to, the quantum computing, photonic hook, cloaking and sensing.