Invited speakers

​Confirmed invited ​speakers:

Franco Nori (RIKEN)
"Quantum Nonlinear Optics without Photons, how to excite two or more atoms simultaneously with a single photon, and other unusual properties of ultra-strongly-coupled QED systems"

Jerome Faist (ETH Zurich)​
"Engineeting vacuum fields with metamaterials: effects of non-locality and breaking time-reversal symmetry"

Ido Kaminer (Technion)
"Strong Coupling by Nonlocal Light–Matter Interactions"

Päivi Törmä (Aalto University)
Polarization textures, correlations and sub-picosecond thermalization of Bose-Einstein condensates in strongly coupled plasmonic lattices"
Mikhail Noginov (Norfolk State University)
"Control of Physical Phenomena with Nonlocal Metal-Dielectric Environments"

Wei Xiong (University of California in San Diego)​
"Ultrafast Dynamics and Interactions of Molecular Vibrational Polaritons"

Thomas Ebbesen (University of Strasbourg)
"Chemical and material properties under strong coupling"

Jenny Clark (University of Sheffield)​
"Triplet-triplet annihilation in films, crystals and microcavities"

Ruben Esteban (DIPC, San Sebastian)
"Bringing optomechanics to the molecular scale"
Johannes Feist (University Autonoma de Madrid)
"Ultrafast molecular polaritonics in lossy plasmonic & hybrid cavities"

Matthew Pelton (University of Maryland)
"Room-temperature strong coupling between plasmons and single quantum dots"

Stephane Kena-Cohen (Polytechnique de Montréal)
"Molecular strong coupling and novel structures for manipulating light"
Pavlos Lagoudakis (University of Southhampton)
"Polaritonic computing: a versatile platform for full logic and analogue simulation"

Christian Schneider (University of Würzburg)
"Room temperature Exciton-Polaritons and their Condensates in Optical Lattices"

Jonathan Keeling (University of St Andrews)
"Modelling Organic polariton condensation: Mean-field and beyond"

Jeremy Baumberg (Cambridge University)
"Picocavities: Plasmonic Forces at the Picoscale"

Koen Vandewal (Hasselt University)
Organic opto-electronics enhanced with weak and strong light-matter coupling"

Christoph Lienau (University of Oldenburg)
"Two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy: A powerful tool for probing strong couplings in molecular aggregates"

Joel Yuen-Zhou (
University California San Diego)

"Vibropolaritonic chemistry through dark modes and polariton condensation"



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