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About this event

Web site
congress2013.metam…
When
1621 Sep 2013
Where
Bordeaux, France
Registration deadline
Mar 24, 2013
Organiser
METAMORPHOSE Virtual Institute
Contact address
Finland

Conference

Metamaterials'2013

The Seventh International Congress on Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics – Metamaterials 2013, will comprise a 4-day Conference (16-19 September), and a 2-day Doctoral School (20–21 September). Organized by the Metamorphose Virtual Institute (www.metamorphose-vi.org) and hosted by the Université de Bordeaux (http://www.univ-bordeaux.fr/), this Congress follows the success of Metamaterials 2007-2012 and continues the traditions of the highly successful series of International Conferences on Complex Media and Metamaterials (Bianisotropics) and Rome International Workshops on Metamaterials and Special Materials for Electromagnetic Applications and TLC. The Congress will provide a unique forum to share the latest results of the metamaterials research in Europe and worldwide and bring together the engineering, physics, and material science communities working in the field of artificial electromagnetic materials and their applications at microwaves, millimeter waves, terahertz, and optical frequencies.