The University of Sydney
    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    6 - 9 December 2015
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    SPIE Smart Nano+Micro Materials and Devices | Nanofabrication, Plasmonics, Solar Cells, Metamaterials

    SPIE Smart Nano+Micro Materials and Devices, a multidisciplinary forum that advanced research in the global use of microfabrication and nanofabrication technologies, was held in Melbourne, Australia, 4-7 December, 2011.
    Microscale and nanoscale research enables promising new materials and applications across many fields including air/water/food quality, energy, security, and medicine.

    A LOOK BACK AT THIS YEAR'S CONFERENCE
    Final program (PDF)
    News and photos from the event
    Plenary presentation powerpoint: "Nanophotonics: solar and thermal applications" by Shanhui Fan of Stanford University (PDF)

    More than 140 presentations were made

    Devices:
     • Solar cells
     • Optical storage: memories, slow light
     • Plasmonics
     • THz applications
     • MEMS/NEMS
     • On-chip communications
     • Lab-on-a-chip: micro-/nano-fluidics
     • Bionic applications: vision aid, bionic-eye
    Methods:
     • Microscopies/nanoscopies/superresolution
     • Sensing: water/food/medicine/security
     • Laser processing of materials
    Fundamentals (Tutorials):
     • Light-matter interaction
     • Plasmonics
     • Lightwaves (solitons, rough waves, nonlinearities)
    Materials:
     • Metamaterials
     • New materials for-photonics/by-photonics
     • Biomimetic materials/engineering
    Emerging Topics/Global Problems:
     • Monitoring of global warming: ozone depletion, flood warning systems
     • Water/food quality
     • Early cancer detection
    Special Sessions:
     • Lighting revolution: all solid-state LED/OLED lighting
     • Teaching of physics

    CONFERENCE CHAIRS
    Saulius Juodkazis, Centre for Micro-Photonics, Swinburne Univ. (Australia)
    Min Gu, Centre for Micro-Photonics, Swinburne Univ. (Australia)

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