Bringing together early career scientists, data artists and science editors
The Science Camp 2013 is now over! News on forthcoming editions will be posted as soon as possible.
The Complex Nanophotonics Science Camp was a huge success in bringing together a generation of early career scientists (strictly <10 years from Ph.D.) working in the exciting research area, at the boundaries between nanophotonics, biophotonics and complexity science. The workshop has helped the community that investigates light propagation, localization and its nano-scale interaction with quantum emitters in complex photonic and biological media, which is not represented anymore by a dedicated conference, to come together and discuss the state-of-the-art of the field and the future development. We gathered a new generation of scientists engaging with the topics of complex nanophotonics which is emerging from different fields, from single-molecule nano-optics to biomedical imaging and sensing, from quantum networks to light management for solar cells, from Anderson localization of light to high sensitive biosensing.
During the Camp Ankita Anirban, an undergraduate student at King's College London, interviewed several of the participants and produced a podcast to capture the Science Camp experience. Notice that the file is big and might take a while to load. To download it, right-click on the link and select "Save Link As".