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Confirmed Professors

School 1: NanoOptics and NanoPhotonics
(October 26-27, 2009)

Javier Aizpurua (DIPC, Spain)
Basic aspects of optical response in nanostructures
Course 1: Optical response in metallic nanoantennas
Course 2: Optical response in semiconductor quantum dots

Remi Carminati (ESPCI, France)
Single dipole emitters in nanostructured environments
Course 1: Dipole radiation: From classical to quantum
Course 2: Single-molecule fluorescence in complex environments

Rainer Hillenbrand (CIC nanoGUNE Consolider, Spain)
Basics and applications of near-field optical microscopy

Luis Froufe (ICMM-CSIC, Spain)
Photonic crystals
Course 1: Introduction
Course 2: Light emission and transport

Juan Jose Saenz (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)
Electromagnetic and light forces on small particles
Course 1: Scattering, absorption and radiation pressure
Course 2: Non-conservative light forces

Niek van Hulst (ICFO, Spain)
Course 1: Single molecules & single photon emitters
Course 2: Adressing the nanoscale by far and near field optical methods

School 2: nanoICT modelling issues (October 29-30, 2009)

Rafael Gutierrez (Dresden University of Technology, Germany)
Modeling charge and phonon transport at the nanoscale
Course 1: Charge and phonon transport in single molecules: thermoelectricity and mechanical effects at the molecular scale
Course 2: Charge propagation and dynamics in biomolecular systems

Uzi Landman (Georgia Tech, USA)

Massimo Macucci (Pisa University, Italy)
Transport and Noise in Nanoelectronic Devices
Course 1: Numerical techniques for the simulation of transport in nanoscale devices
Course 2: Numerical simulation and measurement of noise in nanodevices

Yann-Michel Niquet (CEA/INAC, France)
Modeling the electronic, optical and transport properties of semiconductor nanowires

Pablo Ordejon (CIN2, Spain)
Simulations of nanoscale phenomena with SIESTA
Course 1: Fundamentals
Course 2: Advanced concepts and applications

Stephan Roche (CEA-INAC, France)
Modelling mesoscopic charge transport in nanomaterials
Course 1: Introduction to efficient order N computational transport methodologies
Course 2: Applications to carbon nanotubes and graphene based materials

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