School information

A course of the European School on Metamaterials will be held right after the Conference (1-2 September 2017).

The school topic is:

Modelling of metamaterials: numerical methods and homogenization techniques

The school offers a unique opportunity to students and young researchers to meet pioneers and leading experts in metamaterials and get exposure to the latest advancements in this burgeoning research field. Comprehensive lectures will take into account the widespread backgrounds of the audience.

Confirmed Lecturers:

Anne-Sophie Bonnet Bendhia (ENSTA Paris & CNRS, France): Numerical models of sign-shifting permittivity media 

Elena Cherkaev (University of Utah, Salt-Lake City, USA): Inverse homogenization - An inverse problem for the structure of composites

Richard Craster (Imperial College London, UK): Elastic metamaterials and high frequency homogenisation

Agnes Maurel (ESPCI Paris & CNRS, France): Homogenization of thin interface

Ross McPhedran (Sydney University, Australia): Multipole methods in photonics and platonic

Alexander Movchan (University of Liverpool, UK): Chiral elastic metamaterials and directional localisation

Alejandro Rodriguez (University of Princeton, USA): Computational methods and large-scale inverse design in nanophotonics - from nonlinear optics to thermal radiation

Mario G. Silveirinha (University of Lisbon, Portugal): Bridging Electromagnetic and Quantum Metamaterials - A unified homogenization formalism

Igor Tsukerman (University of Akron, USA): Effective medium theories backward in time - From the 21st to the 19th century (Non-Asymptotic and Nonlocal Approximations, Finite Samples, Interface Boundaries)

Martin Wegener (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Germany): 3D metamaterials - It all starts with the design


Click here to download the final program of the school.

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