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Institutional research of nanoelectromagnetics


FANEM12Fundamental and Applied NanoElectroMagnetics

Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus, May 22-25, 2012

EU FP7 Project № 266529 BY-NanoERA

About 120 participants from 19 countries participated in the FANEM'12!


Ongoing rapid progress in the synthesis of different nanostructures and their fascinating physical and chemical properties not associated with bulk materials, have motivated a significant and potentially long-lasting increase of human resources and financial investments into this research field all over the world. No other area of materials research combines the exciting progress in fundamental research with the immediate promise of its realization in new devices & products that have both high societal impact and high commercial potential. The potential of nano-sized elements and nano-structured materials for electromagnetic fields manipulation and processing motivates recent invention of a new research discipline - nanoelectromagnetics. This conference aims to provide a forum for scientists specializing in different areas of the nanoparticles and nanostructured materials synthesis and applications to interact with their counterparts working in the areas of electromagnetic theory and applied electromagnetics. We expect fruitful discussions to both stimulate the development of nanoelectromagnetics and introduce the language and the problems of the present-day electromagnetics and photonics to the nano-materials research community. The conference thus has a very wide scope that encompasses various aspects of general theory, modeling, design, synthesis, characterization, applications ranging from commercial thin-film coatings to metamaterials to circuit components and nanodevices.

Original unpublished contributions are invited for oral and poster presentation. All abstracts will be reviewed for novelty, scientific and technological utility, and vision. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • electromagnetic effects in nanostructures: simulation and experiment,
  • carbon nanotubes, graphene and other nanocarbon forms in electromagnetics,
  • nano-cavities, -antennas, and -transmission lines
  • optical nonlinearity on nano-scale
  • nano-structured composite materials and thin films: synthesis and physical chemical properties
  • nano-structured composite materials for electromagnetic shielding and ionization radiation protection
  • ordered  nanostructures and metamaterials for electromagnetic fields manipulation and processing
  • biomedical applications of metallic  nanoparticles and nanocarbons
  • quantum light processing and single-photon devices