In the past few decades, we have seen an immense amount of curiosity pertaining to light-matter interaction (and also, light-light if you are a Star Wars fan). The breakthrough advent of lasers has been the primal cause and it has led to its application across various fields ranging from medical science to environmental sensing to optical monitoring, and many more. The curiosity is only deepening with time and we, at CISMA, are bringing you closer to understanding the ‘force’ that is driving the field. Europe Meeting for Optical Sensing (EuMOS) brings together distinctive ideas in the field under one roof. We will have a variety of speakers, from PhD students to PIs, speaking about their research and the brightness of its own future. To see you there, we hope.
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Current and Future Events
This webinar will centre on the challenges behind detecting and characterising subatomic particles and their decays. An introductory discussion on the theory and importance behind subatomic particle detection will be provided by Dr Christoph Englert, followed by talks from Prof Monica D’Onofrio, Prof Daniela Bortoletto, Prof Craig Buttar, who will be discussing their work in the ATLAS experiment.
This webinar brings together Prof Jarillo-Herrero, Prof Casiraghi, Dr Mattevi and Prof Samori to discuss 2D Materials
Optical Sensing brought together Prof Robert Hadfield, Dr Adam Polak, Michele Lacerenza and Dr James Bain sharing their insights about single photon detection, spectroscopy, non-invasive biological monitoring and photonics technologies.
This event brings speakers discussing sensing life beyond our planet Earth. The speakers were Prof Charles Cockell, Prof Sara Seager, Yuchen Shang and Prarthana Desai.
Is Science Dead, you ask? Find out from Dr Laura Helmuth, Prof Stephen Allan Burns and Dr Elisabeth Bik.
Hear from Dr Morteza Amjadi, Prof John Rogers, Dr Kianoush Nazarpour and Roy Hotrabvanon about Sensing and Wearable Technologies.
Our vision is to establish a platform where people from different academic backgrounds can exchange knowledge and experiences to grow both professionally and personally. We want to create a positive and dynamic environment that promotes creativity, transferable skills and teamwork.
This unique Meeting aspires to foster collaborations between researchers from Brazil and Scotland sharing a common interest in structured light beams. Doctoral and undergraduate students from both regions come together to share research work and ideas.