The workshop will take at the Institut d’Etudes Scientifiques de Cargese from 26 to 30 September 2016 and will be co-organized by the GDR MesoImage and the GDR "Cold atoms".
Recent years have seen a growing interest in physics of highly disordered optical systems in which light scattering is so strong that substantial deviations from the classical transport theory can be observed. Examples of such systems are suspensions of small dielectric particles, semiconductor or dielectric powders, (...)
College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences of University of Exeter wishes to recruit a Research Fellow to support the work of Dr Jacopo Bertolotti. This post is available from 01 September 2016 for 24 months. The project will develop novel techniques for imaging in turbid and scattering media. In particular the aim is to exploit the correlations of laser speckle to extract information from scattered light and thus retrieve the image of an object hidden inside or behind a (...)
We are searching for a person to work on "Lithospheric imaging by joint inversion of teleseismic wave-forms and gravimetric anomalies - Application to the Pyrenees and the Gibraltar Arc". Please find more details in the announcement in PDF.
Titre : Imagerie 3D de la dynamique du champ de contrainte et de l’endommagement à l’échelle du béton. Expérience sur structures en laboratoire et à grande échelle.
Laboratoire principal - Référent principal : GERS-GeoEND - ABRAHAM Odile email@example.com tél. : 02 40 84 59 18 Directeur du laboratoire principal : ABRAHAM Odile - firstname.lastname@example.org Laboratoire 2 - Référent : GERS-ISTERRE - LAROSE Eric - email@example.com - tél. : 04 76 63 51 64 Spécialité de la (...)
The Congress will take place in Heidelberg, Germany, from 25 to 28 July 2016.
Mathematical Imaging covers mathematical and computational methods for modeling the physics of imaging methods and for providing stable and resolved solutions to the inverse problem of image reconstruction. It captures leading edge fundamental developments in imaging science and has applications in photonics, biomedical imaging, astronomy, and remote sensing. Imaging methods are constrained by the experimental (...)
This issue of EPJ Special Topics will honor the scientific legacy of Roger Maynard. Submissions are open for manuscripts with subjects in the categories below :
Waves in complex media (liquid crystals, magneto-optics, nonlinear media, chaotic media, optics with cold atoms…)
Mesoscopic physics with classical waves (correlations, coherent backscattering, speckles, full statistics, analogies with mesoscopic electon transport….)
Ill condensed matter (superfluidity, spin glasses, (...)
The PPNEC 2016 workshop will take place from March 27 to April 1, 2016 at the Les Houches Physics School. It will focus on most recent progress in quantum electrodynamics and strong quantum correlations with implications to light-matter interaction and switchable materials, photonic and magneto-opto-electronic devices. Cavity effects and cavity polaritons as well as topologically induced bandstructures in complex solids are discussed in theory and experiment specifically with respect to (...)
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manitoba invites applications for a fulltime, tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level in Experimental Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. The position begins July 1, 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter. Experimental Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (CMMP) is identified as a top priority in our Department’s recent Strategic Plan and is tightly linked with the strategic research priority of Materials (...)
The workshop will take place from on May 9-12, 2016 in Ubatuba (Brazil). It will address the properties of many-body systems at the frontier between the microscopic and macroscopic realms. The coupling between light and an ensemble of classical or quantum scatterers, and the induced classical and quantum correlations, will be intensively discussed through lectures and informal discussions. Some of the main topics of interest are listed below :
Anderson localization (...)
The workshop will take place in Brescia (Italy) from June 27 to July 1, 2016. It will gather people with different skills and from different communities, theoreticians and experimentalists, having disordered systems as a common research field.
This meeting has been held with great success every two years starting from 1998 (Arica, Chile) and the last two times in Benasque, Spain and San Antonio, Texas.
This year the workshop will be centered on the following topics :
Quantum transport in (...)
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the Physics Department at the University of Toronto for Theoretical Research in the Science and Applications of Photonic Crystals. Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. with background in condensed matter physics, quantum optics, computational electrodynamics, and/or photonics. Successful candidates will engage in full time research with Prof. Sajeev John in strong light-matter interactions in photonic crystals and light trapping (...)
The "Light in Complex Nanostructures" group atLP2N is interested in the theoretical and numerical study of coherent phenomena in systems composed of classical and/or quantum nano-objects (e.g. plasmonic nanoparticles, atoms, molecules, ...).
We are now looking for a post-doctoral fellow with advanced skills in optical physics and computational electromagnetics to explore a new approach in the modeling of disordered nanostructured surfaces. The work will be supervised by Kevin Vynck and (...)
The Institute of Physics of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Freiburg, invites applications for a Full Professorship (W3) for Theoretical Physics
(Succession of Prof. Grabert) to be filled by April 1, 2016.
The professorship represents fundamental research and teaching in the field of Condensed Matter Theory with a focus on multi-particle theory, complex systems or quantum transport. The methodological expertise of the appointed professor should complement (...)
Nous avons reçu la réponse de l’Institut de Physique du CNRS à notre demande de renouvellement du (...)