Speakers

 

Advances in nanowire-based quantum dots for nanolasers and single photon emitters
Yasuhiko Arakawa
University of Tokyo, Japan

 

Optical Antennas; Spontaneous Emission Faster Than Stimulated Emission
Eli Yablonovitch
UC Berkeley

 

Photonic wires and trumpets: an attractive novel platform for quantum optoelectronic devices
Jean-Michel Gérard
CEA/Institut de Nanoscience et Cryogénie, Grenoble, France

 

Frank Glas
LPN CNRS France

 

Strategies for narrowing the size distributions of III-V nanowires
Vladimir Dubrovskii
St. Petersburg Academic University, Russia

 

Nanostructured semiconductors for thermoelectric applications: a theoretical perspective
Peter Kratzer
University of Duisburg, Germany

 

Growth of high aspect ratio semiconductor (nano)structures: back to basics of crystallogenesis
Evelyne Gil
Institut Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France

 

HVPE of III-Nitride nanostructures and nanowires towards optoelectronic devices
Yamina Andre
Institut Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France

 

Thermodynamics of VLS growth
Jonas Johanson
Lund University, Sweden

 

 Recent progress on patterned Ga-assisted growth of GaAs nanowires for optoelectronic applications. 

 Growth of III-V nanowires for infrared sensors.

Ray LaPierre
McMaster University, Canada

 

Gate-controlled plasmonics in single nanostructures

Lucia Sorba
NEST Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy

 

Nanostructuring Gallium Nitirde for Enhanced Light Emission
S. M. Shivaparasad
Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, India

 

Sergey Ivanov
Ioffe Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

Michael Kaliteevski
St. Petersburg Academic University, Russia

 

Nitride nanowires for light emission : from single wire properties to flexible LEDs
Maria Tchernycheva
University Paris Sud, France

 

Nanoimprint lithography as enabler of large-scale fabrication of nanostructures for photonics
Ivan Maximov
Lund University, Sweden

 

III-V core-shell nanowires with defective shells: what's for?
Bruno Grandidier
IEMN Lille, FRance

 

Growth of organized III-V nano structures for quantum technology and energy applications
Anna Fontcuberta i Morral
EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland

 

Monika Craciun
Exeter University, UK

 

A compact photometer based on metal-waveguide-capillary: application to detecting glucose of nanomolar concentration
Hui Huang
DUT, China

 

III-nitride based photonic crystals: recent achievements and prospects
Raphaël Butté
Institute of Condensed Matter Physics (ICMP), Lausanne, Switzerland

 

 Semiconductor Nanowires for Optoelectronic and Energy Applications.

 Nanostructures for Optoelectronics and Photovoltaics.

Chennupati Jagadish
Australian National University

 

Interface dynamics and crystal phase switching in GaAs nanowires.

In situ microscopy for growing nanostructures and measuring structure/property relationships.

Frances Ross
IBM Research, Yorktown Heights, US

 

Strategies for building nanostructures in nanowires
Federico Panciera
University of Cambridge, UK

 

Nanostructured materials for terahertz systems
Andrew Galant
Durham UK

 

Integration of GaAs nanowires in capacitive pressure sensing
Dagou Zeze
Durham UK

 

Carbon-based nanostructures for THz applications
Mikhail Portnoi
University of Exeter, United Kingdom

 

Time-resolved opitical experiments in semiconductor nanowires
Faustino Martelli
CNR Rome

 

InP based nano flags and core shell nanowires
Dan Ritter
Israel Institute of Technology
 
 
Optical properties of III-nitride nanowires : early expectations, current knowledge
Bruno Gayral
CEA/Institut de Nanoscience et Cryogénie, Grenoble, France

 

Metamaterials for THz detection
Yanko Todorov
U Paris Diderot, France

 

Gas sensors based on nanomaterials and VLSI technology

Zenan Tang, Xiaomin Chen
DUT, China

 

Optical characteristics of oxide nanowire

Xiaomin Chen
DUT, China

 

 

Nanostructured semiconductors for thermoelectric applications: a theoretical perspective
Peter Kratzer
University of Duisburg, Germany