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Summer School Perspective on Photonics: Investigating the Route from Materials to Devices

Date Mo, 25.07.2016 - Fr, 29.07.2016
Time All day
Location GOLFHOTEL Les Hauts de Gstaad, Switzerland
Program The five-day summer school aims at providing a broad understanding of the materials, devices and spectroscopic characterization techniques that are relevant within the field of photonics. In this perspective, the organizers hope to stimulate communication between the various researchers involved and facilitate collaboration. A range of lectures will be given that will take you down the road from materials to photonic devices.

The Summer School will take place in Golfhotel Les Hauts de Gstaad, Switzerland.

Important Dates:

Deadline for application June 1st
Notification to participants June 5th
Deadline for payments June 15th
Deadline for poster abstract June 15th

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