ETOPIM

ETOPIM is the premier international society for scientists researching all aspects of the science of Composite Materials

Reserve the dates for the 10th International ETOPIM

ISRAEL
June 21-26, 2015

Convenors:
Professor David Bergman
Professor Valentin Freilikher


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International ETOPIM Association ...

ETOPIM International Association, Inc. is incorporated in New South Wales, Australia.

The Association exists to promote internationally the knowledge, research and dissemination of information in the field of Electrical, Transport and Optical Properties of Inhomogeneous Media and associated research fields, through conferences, seminars and other such electronic or printed media as may be agreed by the committee.

Committee rules are the standard rules of association in the State of New South Wales, with modifications. Meetings may be scheduled as telephone or video conference calls, or conducted by eMail.

Conferences of ETOPIM

ETOPIM conferences provide a unique forum for experimentalists and theorists to meet together and advance their understanding of the electrical, transport and optical properties of inhomogeneous media. ETOPIM conferences bring together international specialists to discuss progress in areas of topical interest, emerging research areas of international significance, and subjects of particular concern to the host country.

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ETOPIM 9 in Marseille, please register and submit abstracts here.  Your contribution will influence the direction and topics chosen for the program.

ETOPIM 10 - Reserve the dates for the:

10th International ETOPIM | June 21-26, 2015

Neveh Ilan, Israel


 

Main topics will include:

  • Electromagnetic and optical properties of meta-materials
  • Transport and localization in a random medium
  • Plasmonics
  • Magneto-transport
  • Subwavelength resolution in electromagnetic and acoustic imaging
  • Magneto-optics
  • New types of transport phenomena