FONTE is participating in the Photonic Wave Transition track of the WaveComplexity International Networking Event (WINE 2021) 1-2 Jul 2021 online and from NICE, France.
Networking is a core component of scientific research. However, the current COVID pandemic greately impacts networking and in particular it strongly hinders the construction of new professional networks around early career researchers.
While in the new COVID reality online conferences have taken the place of ‘traditional’ conferences and still allow for rapid and efficient dissemination of new knowledge, nevertheess, this new all-online format only moderately enables actual exchange and direct interaction. WINE aims to address this issue: an online event explicitely oriented towards direct interaction between early stage/early career researchers; the event strongly encourages participants’ active involvement and is build around an online poster exhibition and plenary talk, with space for direct meetings face-to-face, using the ‘Gather Town’ platform. With over 200 participants, this is the perfect event for FONTE ESRs to build and expand the professional networks.
In track Photonic Wave Transitions, the following speakers will exhibit their recent research and interact with participants:
- Stephane Barland : Can some lasers operate as Bose Einstein condensates?
- Kilian Baudin : Condensation of Optical Waves in Multimode Fibers
- Mark Carroll : Bifurcations and Phase Transitions: Squeezing and lasing in lasers
- Himadri_Shekhar Dhar : Nonequilibrium phase transitions and pattern formation in photon condensates
- Mario Ferraro : Exotic nonlinear phenomena in optical fibers: from helical plasma beams to rainbow spiral emission
- Fabian Finger : Emerging long-range magnetic phenomena in a quantum gas coupled to a cavity
- Andrea Fratalocchi : Radiationless Anapole lasers
- Bruno Garbin : Spontaneous symmetry breaking in coherently driven-dissipative coupled nanocavities
- Melissa Hedir : Experimental signatures of zero modes in a non-Hermitian coupled nanocavity system
- Simon Hertlein : New stuff with self-organisation
- Aurelian Loirette—Pelous : Photon condensation in a cavity pumped semiconductor
- Jesper Mork : Nanolasers based on extreme confinement of light
- Fahri_Emre Ozturk : Observation of a non-Hermitian phase transition in an optical quantum gas
- Davide Pierangeli : Learning with nonlinear optical waves
- Amy Roche : The Turn on Transient and Formation of Localised Structures of a Long Cavity Laser
- Matteo Seclì : Spatial and Spectral Mode-Selection Effects in Topological Lasers with Frequency-Dependent Gain
- Ismaël Septembre : Parametric amplification of topological interface states in polaritonic synthetic Andreev bands
- Hassen Souissi : Polariton laser based on GaN waveguide: towards micrometer-long lasers
- Alexis Verschelde : Analysis of the phase locking dynamics of a III-V-on-Silicon frequency comb laser
- Josh Walker : Competing mechanisms for light-induced magnetic self-organization in cold atoms: ground-state coherence vs orientation
- Tao Wang : Methodological investigation into the noise influence on the nanolasers’ large signal modulation
- Michiel Wouters : Nonequilibrium photon condensates