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Scientific Issues
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Plenary and Invited talks

Plenary talks

1. Reinhart Poprawe
Fraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik ILT, Aachen, Germany
Disk, Fiber, Rod, Slab - New laser concepts open new application perspectives

2. Olivier J.F. Martin
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Controlling light at the nanoscale using plasmonic antennas and nanostructures

3. Khishan Dholakia
St-Andrews University, United Kingdom
Structured light fields for the biosciences

Invited talks

Amnon Yariv
California Institute of Technology, USA:
Optical phase-lock loops and new applications for coherent optics

Leonid Karachinsky
A.F.Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia
High-power wavelength stabilized 970 nm range tilted cavity laser

Jürgen Popp
TU Jena, Germany
Raman spectrosocpy application in life science and medicine

Gert von Bally
University of Münster, Germany
Digital holographic phase contrast microscopy: A new technology in Biophotonics

Theo Tschudi
Darmstadt University, Germany
Applications of dynamically controllable Bragg gratings

Libor Kotaèka
Optaglio, Czech Republic
Syntetized holography with resolution 500.000 dpi, holografic dust, computer readed holograms, nanogravure

Roberto LiVoti
Universita di Roma, Italy
Scattering inverse problems applied to rough surfaces

Pavel Cheben
Institute of Microstructural Sciences NRC-CNRC, Ottawa, Canada
Silicon photonics

Alex Nosich
Academy of Science, Kharkiv, Ukrajine
Mathematical modelling of active and nonlinear optical micro- and nanocavities

Mauro F. Pereira
Sheffield Hallam University - United Kingdom
Nonequilibrium many body modelling of intersubband transport and Optics

Romain Quidant
ICFO, Castelldefels (Barcelona), Spain
Revisiting Optics with surface plasmons

Andreas Hohenau
Karl-Franzens Universität Graz, Austria
Passive surface plasmon optics

Ivan Glesk, Ivan Andonovic, Paul.R.Prucnal
University of Strathclyde,UK; Princeton University, USA
Design and demonstration of OCDMA systems with superior scalability

Vassili A. Fedotov and Nikolay I. Zheludev
University of Southampton, UK
Photonic planar metamaterials: spectral selectivity, magnetic mirrors, optical activity and asymmetric transmission

Jiri Homola
Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Prague, Czech Republic
Optical biosensors with surface plasmons