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Casimir Effect and Heat Transfer

06 Jul 2015 - 09 Jul 2015
Prague, Czech Republic (UE)

This workshop deals with the fields of quantum electrodynamics and light-matter interaction in elementary and complex quantum systems. In particular main topics will be: quantum thermodynamics, quantum radiative heat transfer, Casimir effect in and out of thermal equilibrium, quantum thermalization mechanisms, quantum thermal machines, ultracold quantum gases, entanglement, light harvesting complexes. This Focus session of PIERS 2015 will concentrate on recent cut-edge theoretical and experimental findings, with the aim of boosting these emerging research fields toward a deeper fundamental and applicative development.

Invited speakers who already confirmed their participation:

  • G. Adesso, The University of Nottingham - United Kingdom (UE)
  • A. Auffeves, Institut Néel, Grenoble - France (UE)
  • B. Bellomo, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon - France (UE)
  • P. Ben-Abdallah, Institut d'Optique Graduate School - France (UE)
  • S.-A. Biehs, University of Oldenburg - Germany (UE)
  • C. Brand, University of Vienna - Austria (UE)
  • N. Brunner, University of Geneva - Switzerland
  • B. Budaev, University of Berkeley - California (USA)
  • A. Buchleitner, University of Freiburg - Germany (UE)
  • S. Buhmann, University of Freiburg - Germany (UE)
  • M. Campisi, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa - Italy (UE)
  • G. Chen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Massachusetts (USA)
  • J. Chevrier, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble - France (UE)
  • S. Ciliberto, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon - France (UE)
  • L. A. Correa, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona - Spain (UE)
  • H. Courtois, Institut Néel, Grenoble - France (UE)
  • J.C. Cuevas, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - Spain (UE)
  • D. Dalvit, Los Alamos National Laboratory (USA)
  • R. Decca, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (USA)
  • G. De Chiara, Queen's University Belfast - United Kingdom (UE)
  • O. Dhalsten, University of Oxford - United Kingdom (UE)
  • S. Dietrich, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart - Germany (UE)
  • J. Eisert, Freie Universität Berlin - Germany (UE)
  • J. Feist, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - Spain (UE)
  • R. Folman, Ben-Gurion University - Negev (Israel)
  • M. Fromhold, The University of Nottingham - United Kingdom (UE)
  • C. Henkel, University of Oldenburg - Germany (UE)
  • K. Hovhannisyan, ICFO, Barcelona - Spain (UE)
  • B. Huard, École Normale Supérieure de Paris - France (UE)
  • A. Kittel, University of Potsdam - Germany (UE)
  • M. Kruger, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart - Germany (UE)
  • A. Lambrecht, Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Paris - France (UE)
  • B. Leggio, Université de Montpellier - France (UE)
  • P. Maia Neto, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Brasil)
  • S. Maniscalco, University of Turku - Finland (UE)
  • R. Messina, Université de Montpellier - France (UE)
  • P. Milman, Université Paris 7 - France (UE)
  • A. Narayanaswamy, Columbia University - New York (USA)
  • M. Nieto Vesperinas, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - Spain (UE)
  • G. Palasantzas, University of Groningen - The Netherlands (UE)
  • M. Palma, Università di Palermo - Italy (UE)
  • M. Paris, Università di Milano - Italy (UE)
  • R. Passante, Università di Palermo - Italy (UE)
  • M. Paternostro, Queen's University Belfast - United Kingdom (UE)
  • J. Pekola, University of Aalto - Finland (UE)
  • T. Philbin, University of Exter - United Kingdom (UE)
  • F. Plastina, Università della Calabria - Italy (UE)
  • A. Raman, Stanford University - California (USA)
  • L. Rizzuto, Università di Palermo - Italy (UE)
  • M. Rubi, Universidad de Barcelona - Spain (UE)
  • S. Scheel, University of Rostock - Germany (UE)
  • M. Sillanpää, University of Aalto - Finland (UE)
  • B. Van-Tiggelen, LPMMC, Grenoble - France (UE)
  • R. Whitney, LPMMC, Grenoble - France (UE)
  • L. Woods, University of South Florida, Tampa (USA)
  • R. Zambrini, Universitat Illes Balears - Spain (UE)


For more informations, contact Mauro Antezza (mauro.antezza@univ-montp2.fr).

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