BELGRADE 29th October 2020 / Institute of General and Physical Chemistry, Studentski trg 12/V, University of Belgrade
The SYMPOSIUM gathers experts from different fields such as quantum optics, the foundation of physics, nanophotonics, plasmonics, biophotonics, nonlinear optics, and nanolithography, to highlight from different viewpoints, the new and perspective research in the field of quantum technology at the dawn of the second quantum revolution. The invited speakers are renowned scientists in their respective fields and will talk about the different aspects of light-matter interaction and control of intermolecular forces using the light and structuring of matter at the nanoscale.
'Harmonic light scattering as a tool to study molecular interactions'
KU Leuven, Belgium
'Strong coupling and symmetry breaking in plasmonic structures'
'Quantum weak measurements: from quantum foundations to sensitive optical measurement'
'Revealing the classical nature of gravity in a Stern-Gerlach Humpty-Dumpty experiment'
Aix Marseille Univ CNRS, Centrale Marseille, Institut Fresnel, France
'Fluorescence control by photonic structures in biological organisms'
Senior Researcher, University of Exeter, UK
'Photoelectric conversion via local heating'
University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan
'Broadband Energy-Entangled Photons for Quantum Metrology'
Institute for Applied Physics, University of Bern, Switzerland
'Merging Intermolecular and Casimir forces with Photonics: Classical and Quantum Approach'
Institute of Physics, University of Belgrade, Serbia / UMONS, Belgium
Branko Kolaric (Chairman), Serbia & Belgium / Andre Stefanov, Switzerland / Bjorn Maes, Belgium / Thomas Durt, France / Sebastien Mouchet, UK & Belgium / Thierry Verbiest, Belgium / Yves Caudano, Belgium / Wakana Kubo, Japan / Bojana Bokic, Serbia / Stephen O'Regan, United States of America
Stevan Blagojevic, Serbia / Darko Vasiljevic, Serbia / Aleksandra Radulovic, Serbia / Marina Simovic-Pavlovic, Serbia / Stephen O'Regan, United States of America