All contributions will be reviewed for technical merit and content on the basis of the conference papers submitted by the authors.
All contributions should be presented in English that is the official language of the Conference. No simultaneous translation services will be provided.
Optical control of magnetism:
from fundamentals to nanoscale engineering
Chirality in optical and mechanical metamaterials
Novel functionalities arising from integrated nanophotonics
Light twists at the nanoscale
-surprises, tragedy and usefulness-
Light interaction with nanoresonators: mode volume and quasinormal mode expansion
Deep learning in photonics
The future of the human connectome*
*complete map of the neural connections in a brain
Sensors around us: now and in the future
Nature Photonics – The Inside Story
Excitons in atomically thin semiconductors
Magnetic phase interference in artificial magnetic lattices
True value of disorder
The optics of reef-building corals
Interaction of colloids and cells
China, Hong Kong
Chemically synthesized carbon dots: optical properties and prospects of application
Acoustic response of nano-objects
Intelligent light robots
Germany / Russia
Spin-dependent phenomena in colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals
Alexander Khanikaev (USA)
Please check the Important deadlines in order to be on time with your paper submission.
(before May 10, 2019)
(from May 11, 2019)
|Regular||400 EUR||500 EUR|
|Student||280 EUR||400 EUR|
A foreign citizen traveling to Russia should have a valid passport (expiry date should be no earlier than 6 months after the date of departure from Russia)
and a visa (for almost all foreign visitors, please see the details below).
The deadline for the visa support from the conference organizers is May 31, 2019.
The visa application rules are different depending on the citizenship of the applicant:
For citizens of the following countries:
Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Argentina, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Venezuela, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Colombia, Cuba, Moldova,
Nicaragua, Peru, Serbia, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Uruguay, Montenegro, Chile, South Korea no visa is needed.
Nevertheless, we kindly ask you to contact the Organizing Committee to receive a letter from METANANO 2019 organizers confirming the purpose of your visit to Russia (you might be asked at the Russian customs).
Each participant will receive a visa invitation letter, in printable format, via e-mail if he/she ticks this option in the application form
and fills in the the visa invitation letter application form (will be available after the results of acceptance are announced on March 31, 2019).
EU-citizens (except for citizens of the UK and Ireland) has to submit to a Russian Embassy or Consulate a visa invitation letter issued by ITMO University that takes about 5-10 working days to process.
NON-EU citizens (and citizens of the UK and Ireland) has to submit to a Russian Embassy or Consulate a visa invitation letter issued by the Ministry of Internal Affairs that takes about 25-30 working days to process.
If you require the original invitation to obtain the visa (e.g. citizens of China and Japan), we will be mailing it via courier post.
Please, apply for a visa as soon as possible after receiving the invitation letter to ensure that the visa is issued timely and also check that you have a valid medical insurance.
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Address: 49 Kronverksky pr., St.Petersburg, 197101, Russia