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Reserve the dates for the 10th International ETOPIM

June 21-26, 2015

Professor David Bergman
Professor Valentin Freilikher

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The international ETOPIM Association was formed in Sydney, following ETOPIM 7. Since ETOPIM 1 in 1977, ETOPIM meetings have provided 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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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 random media
  • Plasmonics
  • Magneto-transport
  • Subwavelength resolution in electromagnetic and acoustic imaging
  • Magneto-optics
  • New types of transport phenomena


Convenor Co-convenors
Professor David Bergman
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Professor Valentin Freilikher
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Professor Yakov Strelniker
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
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International Scientific Committee
Professor David J. Bergman (IL)
Professor Mark Brongersma (US)
Dr Sebastien Guenneau (FR)
Professor Andrey N. Lagarkov (RU)
Professor Ad Lagendijk (NL)
Professor Ulf Leonhardt (IL)
Professor Uriel Levy (IL)
Professor Ross McPhedran (AU)
Professor Graeme W. Milton (US)
Professor Meir Orenstein (IL)
Professor Sir John Pendry (UK)
Professor Ping Sheng (HK)
Professor Martin Wegener (DE)


ETOPIM9 was held inthe MMP, Les Jardins du Pharo
Marseille France | September 2-7, 2012

Professor Stefan Enoch and Dr Sebastien Guenneau

National Committee
Prof Mathias Fink, University of Paris, College de France
Prof Philippe Lalanne, University of Paris, CNRS
Dr Anne-Sophie Bonnet-Ben Dhia, CNRS, ENSTA, Paris
Prof Bart Van Tiggelen, CNRS, Grenoble
Dr Andre de Lustrac, CNRS, IEF, Paris
Dr Vincent Laude, CNRS, FEMTO, Besançon
Prof Jean-Pol Vigneron, FUNDP, Namur
Local Committee:
Dr Nicolas Bonod, Fresnel Institute/CNRS, Marseille
Dr Boris Gralak, Fresnel Institute/CNRS, Marseille
Dr Gilles Renversez, University of Paul Cezanne, Aix-Marseille III
Dr Brian Stout, University of Provence, Aix-Marseille I
Prof Gérard Tayeb, University of Paul Cezanne, Aix-Marseille III
Claire Guéné, Congress Secretary