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Nanonics is pleased to announce the first Near-Field NanoPhotonics Workshop and a Multiprobe School. NSOM and MultiProbe NSOM have emerged as the premier tools in Photonics and Plasmonics characterization whether in silicon photonics, photonic band gap materials or plasmonic nanofocusing.
We are proud to announce that Professor Federico Capasso of Harvard University will be a plenary speaker at this event.
This symposium is hosted by the laboratory of Professor Michael Naughton of Boston College's Physics Department and will focus on fundamental and applied developments in near-field optics as a confluence of imaging with super-resolution the amplitude and phase of the electromagnetic field correlated with 3D structure. Nanonics users, who have been at the forefront of this rapidly growing field, will be featured and will present how they are using the near-field in defining new horizons in photonic nanocharacterization. The symposium will be followed by a hands-on near-field Multiprobe School.
Monday July 21 will feature invited and contributed presentations as well as a poster session for students.
The Multiprobe School will convene on Tuesday, July 22 and will feature hands-on instruction dedicated to explaining and exploring the revolutionary multiprobe technology as applied to near-field. All events will take place on the campus of Boston College.
Space is limited and early registration is advised. Please check the symposium website (www.nanonics.co.il/company/news/near-field-nanophotonics-symposium-boston.html) or details.
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