General information

Proceedings publication

All submitted papers (2-4 pages in length) will be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers. The reviewers are encouraged to give constructive comments and suggestions to the authors. After the Technical Program Committee will make the decision, the authors will receive the review comments and recommendations. The authors of accepted papers will have a possibility to make updates of their papers based on the review comments and suggestions. The final versions of the Conference Proceedings will be published in IOP Journal of Physics: Conference Series and indexed in Scopus and WOS. The following downloadable packages contain the IOP Conference Proceedings templates together with the License to Publish Agreement and other additional documents you may need. They also contain detailed advice on preparing your paper, including examples showing how to prepare and style references.
Note that for invited, keynote and plenary speakers short abstracts (~250 words) are acceptable, however, we would kindly ask you to use the usual proceedings template provided on the webpage.

Proceedings templates

These are standard AIP templates. Please note that we ask all authors to prepare their article in single-column format only.

Submission of conference papers

Please use Microsoft word or LaTeX templates. Paper length should be 2-4 pages.

Conference Format

All contributions will be reviewed for technical merit and content on the basis of the conference papers submitted by the authors.

Language

All contributions should be presented in English that is the official language of the Conference. No simultaneous translation services will be provided.

Topics

  • Plasmonics and Nanophotonics
  • Quantum Photonics
  • Photonic Crystals
  • Bionanophotonics
  • Nanomaterials and Nanoengineering
  • Metasurfaces and their applications
  • Nonlinear Optics
  • Physics of Excitons
  • Nanoantennas and Nanocircuits
  • Solar Energy
  • THz Technologies
  • Imaging and Sensing
  • Acoustic and Elastic Metamaterials
  • Microwave and Optical Metamaterials
  • Emerging Applications
  • Medical Applications

Special Sessions

1. Active and nonlinear semiconductor metasurfaces

Organizers: I. Staude & M. Shcherbakov



2. Graphene and 2D Materials

Organizer: V. Volkov

Session is organized in a partnership with the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology




3. Single photon detection, generation and applications

Organizers: A. Akimov & D. Zuev



4. Toroidal response: from meta-atoms to metamaterials



5. MRI and microwave applications of metamaterials

Organizer: S. Glybovski



6. Quantum simulations of materials using ab-initio calculations

Organizer: R. Polozkov



7. Optomechanical manipulation: fundamentals and applications

Organizers: P. Ginzburg & A. Shalin & M. Petrov



8. Bionanotechnology

Organizer: M. Zyuzin



9. Spintronics and spin-dependent phenomena in magnetic solids

Organizers: D. Yudin & O. Eriksson



Plenary speakers

Keynote speakers


Invited speakers


regularly updated

Speaker Talk
Vladimir Anisimov
Institute of Metal Physics
Russian Federation
Strongly correlated materials from ab-initio calculations
Vasily Astratov
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
United States
Label-Free Super-Resolution on the Rise
Viktoriia Babicheva
University of Arizona
United States
Metasurfaces with hyperbolic-medium multipole resonators
Victor Balykin
Institute for spectroscopy
Russian Federation
Planar plasmonic optics: from basic elements to quantum generator
Miguel A. Bandres
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Israel
Topological Insulator Laser
Denis Bandurin
The University of Manchester
United Kingdom
Electron hydrodynamics in graphene
Pavel Baranov
Ioffe Institute
Russian Federation
Spin colour centres in SiC as a material platform for quantum photonics and communications, sensing and information processing at ambient conditions
Alexey Basharin
National University of Science and Technology (MISiS)
Russian Federation
Transparency effects in Metamaterials: Kerker conditions, anapole excitation, the role of multipoles
Oliver Benson
Nano-Optics
Germany
Plasmon-empowered Non-Classical Light Sources
Leonid Butov
University of California San Diego
United States
Indirect excitons
Martin Caldarola
Single-molecule optics
Netherlands
Gold nanorods as absolute nanothermometers
Igor Chestnov
Vladimir State University
Russian Federation
Nonlinear phenomena in exciton-polariton condensates
Arkady Chipouline
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Russian Federation
Passive and active toroidal structures
Costantino De Angelis
Department of Information Engineering
Italy
AlGaAs nanoantennas: harmonic generation and photon management at the nanoscale
Alexandre Dmitriev
Department of Physics
Sweden
Magnetoplasmonics: magnetic control of light in the nanoscale landscapes
Vladimir Drachev
University of North Texas
United States
Plasmon coupled super- and sub- radiance from dye shells
Oleg Egorov
Technische Physik
Germany
Ultrafast nonlinear phenomena in polaritonic wires
Daniel Erni
General and Theoretical Electrical Engineering (ATE)
Germany
Multi-functional RF coils for ultra-high field MRI based on 1D / 2D electromagnetic metamaterials
Andrey Evlyukhin
Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.
Germany
Multipole approach for characterization of metasurface optical properties
Wei Fang
College of Optical Science and Engineering
China
High-purity, electrically-driven, and room-temperature single-photon sources
Aleksey Fedorov
Russian Quantum Center
Russian Federation
New frontiers for quantum networks
Ivan Fernandez-Corbaton
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Germany
Using symmetry and symmetry breaking in nanophotonic design
Sergej Flach
Center for Theoretical Physics of Complex Systems
Korea, Republic of
Interacting Disordered Discrete Time Quantum Walks
Romain Fleury
Laboratory of Wave Engineering
Switzerland
Non-Hermitian metamaterials for light and sound
andrea fratalocchi
Kaust university
Saudi Arabia
Artificial intelligent camouflage materials: fundamentals and applications
Johannes Frueh
Micro/Nano Technology Research Centre
China
Gold and Silver Nanoparticle Blinking for Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy using Standard Microscope Cameras
Dmitry Gorin
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Russian Federation
PHOTONIC AND ACOUSTIC TOOLS FOR IMAGING, NAVIGATION AND ACTIVATION OF REMOTE CONTROLLED THERANOSTIC CARRIERS
Maxim Gorkunov
Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography
Russian Federation
Liquid-crystal-tunable optical metasurfaces
Anthony Grbic
Radiation Laboratory
United States
Cascaded and Compound Metasurfaces
Niels Gregersen
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
How to design a good single-photon source?
Ognjen Ilic
California Institute of Technology
United States
Optomechanics and complex dynamics across many length scales: from structured nanoparticles to cosmic lightsails
Nail Inogamov
Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation
Thermomechanical ablation caused by ultrashort action of laser excited plasmonic field
Masanobu Iwanaga
National Institute for Materials Science
Japan
Recent progress in emittance-controlled optical metasurfaces
Bjarke Jørgensen
Newtec Engineering A/S
Denmark
Graphene based broadband photodetectors for food inspections
Anatoly Kamchatnov
Institute of Spectroscopy Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation
Oblique solitons in atomic and polariton condensates
Antonios Kanaras
Physics and Astronomy
United Kingdom
Programmed assembly of inorganic nanoparticles
Alina Karabchevsky
​Electrooptical Engineering Unit and Ilse Katz Institute for Nanoscale Science & Technology
Israel
Novel metamaterials on waveguides
Oleg Kibis
Novosibirsk State Technical University
Russian Federation
Electronic properties of quantum rings dressed by a high-frequency electromagnetic field
Sebastian Klembt
Technische Physik
Germany
Polariton lattices: From photonic simulators to topological effects
Vasily Klimov
Dukhov Research Institute of Automatics (VNIIA)
Russian Federation
Size and host-medium effects on topologically protected surface states in 3D optical waveguides
Vadim Kovalev
A.V. Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics
Russian Federation
Nonlinear valley Hall transport in two-dimensional Dirac semiconductors
Dmitry Krizhanovskii
The University of Sheffield
United Kingdom
Exciton-polaritons in semiconductor microcavities with 2D materials
Fabrice Laussy
University of Wolverhampton
United Kingdom
Photon correlations in both time and frequency
Andrei Lavrinenko
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
Laminae metamaterials: material platforms, properties and applications
Snezana Lazic
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Spain
Surface acoustic wave modulation of single photon emission from GaN/InGaN nanowire quantum dots
Ray-Kuang Lee
National Tsing Hua University
Taiwan, Province of China
Exploring directional light scattering by means of the phase diagram
Giuseppe Leo
Université Paris Diderot
France
AlGaAs nonlinear nanophotonics: harmonic generation with grating-assisted and hybrid nanostructures
Xiangping Li
Institute of Photonics Technology
China
Structured surfaces for structured light and multi-functionalities
Tao Li
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
China
Dispersion engineered optical meta-devices
Stefan Maier
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Germany
Dielectric and low-dimensional-materials nanocavities for non-linear nanophotonics and sensing
Manuel Marques
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Spain
Dynamics of electric dipoles in fluctuating light fields: From gravity like interactions to accelerated expansion
Alexey Maslov
Department of Radiophysics
Russian Federation
Generation of propagating quasistatic fields using ultrashort laser pulses in electro-optic crystals
Stanislav Maslovski
Instituto de Telecomunicacoes
Portugal
Conjugate impedance matched metamaterials: Physical modeling and wave interaction effects
Igor MEGLINSKI
University of Oulu
Finland
Orbital angular momentum of light for the diagnosis of brain tissues
Yahya Moubarak Meziani
Salamanca University
Spain
Asymmetric dual grating gate graphene field effect transistors for detection of terahertz radiations.
Andrey Miroshnichenko
UNSW Canberra
Australia
Anapole excitation with dielectric nanoparticles
Andrey Moskalenko
Department of Physics and Center for Applied Photonics
Germany
Driven dynamics of electrons interacting with light in graphene nanostructures
Andrey Moskalenko
Department of Physics and Center for Applied Photonics
Germany
Tracing pulsed squeezed light in the mid-infrared with subcycle resolution
Egor Muljarov
Cardiff University
United Kingdom
Phonon-induced dephasing in quantum dots coupled to an optical microcavity
Takashi Nakajima
Institute of Advanced Energy
Japan
Controlled morphological and optical properties of metal-polymer nanocomposite films fabricated by a mid-infrared laser
Justus Ndukaife
Vanderbilt University
Nigeria
New frontiers for nanoparticle trapping and manipulation with designer thermoplasmonic metasurfaces
Alexey Nikitin
Donostia International Physics Center
Spain
Near-field optics with Van der Waals materials
Sergey Nikitov
Kotel'nikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics
Russian Federation
Magnonics- new chaper of spintronics and magnetoelectronics
Azim Nukhov
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Russian Federation
Creation of metamaterials from layered quantum structures based on graphene
Tavakol Pakizeh
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Iran, Islamic Republic of
Optical Interaction Effects in Nanoplasmonic Antennas
Teresa Pellegrino
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Italy
Magnetic Nanocrystals of cubic shape and their assemblies to tackle cancer
Ovidio Y. Peña Rodríguez
Instituto de Fusión Nuclear
Spain
Tailoring the optical response of plasmonic nanoparticles with femtosecond laser pulses
Alexander Poddubny
Australian National University / ITMO University / Ioffe Institute
Australia / Russian Federation
Unidirectional Third Harmonic Generation from Photonic Topological States
Vladimir Popok
Aalborg University
Denmark
Surface Patterning of Size-Selected Metal Nanoparticles by Cluster Beam Technique
Alexander Popugaev
Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS
Germany
A Technique for Efficient Design of Distributed Circuits for MRI Applications
Mikhail Portnoi
University of Exeter
United Kingdom
Terahertz transitions in carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons
Ilya Radko
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
Modification of the optical readout fidelity of single electron spins at NV centers in diamond
Ronen Rapaport
The Racah Institute of Physics and the Applied Physics Department
Israel
Nanophotonics with interacting exciton systems
Mengxin Ren
The Key Laboratory of Weak-Light Nonlinear Photonics
China
Functional Metasurfaces for Linear and Nonlinear Control of Light
Junsuk Rho
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)
Korea, Republic of
Recent progress in hyperbolic metamaterials: imaging, light trapping/focusing, negative refraction and active switching
Carsten Rockstuhl
Institute of Theoretical Solid State Physics and Institute of Nanotechnology
Germany
Homogenization of metamaterials with strong spatial dispersion
Almas Sadreev
Kirensky Institute of Physics
Russian Federation
Near bound states in the radiation continuum in circular array of dielectric rods
Ivan Savenko
Center for Theoretical Physics of Complex Systems
Korea, Republic of
Designing complex potentials in semiconductor microcavities
Joerg Schilling
ZIK SiLi-nano/Institute of Physics
Germany
Spontaneous emission enhancement of Ge(Si) quantum dots embedded in silicon Mie-resonators
Evgeny Sedov
Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics
Russian Federation
Zitterbewegung of exciton-polaritons in microcavities with the spin-orbit interaction
Elizaveta Semenova
Technical University of Denmark
Denmark
Epitaxy of Quantum Dots operating in the 1.55 µm wavelength range for device applications
Frank Setzpfandt
Institute of Applied Physics
Germany
Second-Harmonic Generation in Dielectric Metasurfaces
Ilya Shadrivov
Australian National University
Australia
Dielectric metasurfaces for Terahertz wave manipulation
Alexander Shalin
ITMO University
Russian Federation
Tractor beams at metamaterial substrates
Maxim Shcherbakov
Cornell University
United States
Photonics of time-varying metasurfaces
Timur Shegai
Chalmers University of Technology
Sweden
Modified excited states dynamics in the localized plasmon – exciton hybrids
Constantin Simovski
Aalto University
Finland
Light Trapping In Thin-Fim Solar Cells: Gain in Spite of Defects
Constantin Simovski
Aalto University
Finland
Decoupling of Dipole Antennas by a Split Loop
Petr Siyushev
Institute for Quantum Optics
Germany
Fourth-group-elements-based color centers in diamond as a novel qubit candidates
Pavel Sorokin
National University of Science and Technology MISiS
Russian Federation
New 2D materials with specific atomic structure and physical properties
Kestutis Staliunas
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC)
Spain
Management of light patterns based on local Hilbert transform
Isabelle Staude
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Germany
Mie-resonant semiconductor metasurfaces for active, tunable and nonlinear photonics
Yury Stebunov
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Russian Federation
2D Materials for Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensing
Nicolas Stenger
Department of Photonics Engineering
Denmark
Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy in plasmonic structures at the nanometre scale
Andrey Sukhorukov
Nonlinear Physics Centre
Australia
Shaping and imaging quantum light with metasurfaces
Sergey Sukhov
CREOL
United States
The zoo of nonconservative optical forces
Mikhail Sumetsky
Aston University
United Kingdom
Ultraprecise nanophotonics at the optical fiber surface
Dmitry Svintsov
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Russian Federation
Active plasmonics in van der Waals heterostructures
Michele Tamagnone
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Italy
Tunable Metasurfaces Using 2D Materials: Experiments, Bounds and Applications
Dmitry Tatarnikov
Topcon Positioning Systems
Russian Federation
Periodic Structures, High Impedance and Semitransparent Surfaces in Antennas for Centimeter and Millimeter Precision of Positioning with the Global Navigation Satellite Systems
Denis Tihon
Université catholique de Louvain
Belgium
High impedance MRI tunnel analysis with integral-equation methods
Sergei Tikhodeev
M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Federation
Resonant states in chiral photonic structures to control the circular polarization of emitted photons
Alexander Timin
RASA center in Tomsk
Russian Federation
Microcapsules as universal biocompatible platform for intracellular delivery of coding/noncoding nucleic acids
Oleg Tretiakov
Tohoku University
Japan
Skyrmions and Antiskyrmions in Antiferromagnets
Giorgos Tsironis
Department of Physics
Greece
Complexity and self-organization in superconducting metamaterials
Alexey Ustinov
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Germany
Quantum metamaterials made of superconducting qubit
Igor Vlasov
A.M. Prokhorov General Physics Institute
Russian Federation
Luminescent nanodiamonds as a material platform for production of single photon emitters
Valentyn Volkov
SDU Nano Optics
Denmark
Hybrid graphene-nanometallic structures
Nina Voronova
National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
Russian Federation
Anisotropic superfluidity in organic microcavities
Cheng Wang
City University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Nonlinear photonics in integrated lithium niobate platform
Jeong Weon Wu
Physics departtment
Korea, Republic of
intramolecular charge transfer neadby hyperbolic metamaterial
Yi Xu
Department of Electronic Engineering
China
Exotic optical scattering mediated by toroidal dipole moment in nanoparticles
Alexey Yashchenok
Skoltech Center for Photonics & Quantum Materials
Russian Federation
Layer-by-layer particulate systems as a potential platform for use in theranostics
Pavel Zemanek
Czech Academy of Sciences
Czech Republic
Experimental stochastic systems based on optical forces
Lei Zhou
Physics Department
China
Multifunctional, High-efficiency, Tunable Metasurfaces to Control Electromagnetic Waves
Zhang-kai Zhou
School of Physics
China
Plasmon-Exciton Interaction in Metal-Two Dimensional Materials System
Elena Zhukova
Moscow institute of physics and technology
Russian Federation
Charge transport mechanisms in macroscale CNT films

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Conference program

List of posters


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  • 30 March 2018 - Submission deadline
  • 15 April 2018 - Extended deadline for paper submission
  • 30 May 2018 - Results on paper acceptance
  • 15 June 2018 - Grant application deadline
  • 25 June 2018 - Results on grant applications

  • 17 - 21 September 2018 - METANANO Conference

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METANANO 2017 in Vladivostok, Russia


In 2017 METANANO was held in Vladivostok which is included into National Geographic Top 10 oceanfront cities with glittering seascapes.

The Conference brought together more than 230 scientists and researchers from all over the world.


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