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Prof. Juan José Saenz (UAM)
Scientific Secretary:
Dr. Raquel Gómez-Medina (UAM)
Organizing Committee (MICROSERES-CM):
• Prof. Gaspar Armelles (Magnetic Nanostructures and Magneto-Plasmonic Group, Institute of Microelectronics, IMM-CNM-CSIC)
• Dr. Rafael Blasco (Spanish National Institute for Agriculture and Food Research and Technology, INIA)
• Prof. Concepción Domingo (Institute for the Structure of Matter, IEM-CSIC)
• Dr. Victor Gonzalez (Aptamers Group, Hospital Ramón y Cajal, HRyC)
• Prof. Ginés Lifante (Advanced Materials for Integrated Guided Optics Group, AMIGO, UAM)
• Dr. Raúl J. Martin-Palma (Semiconductor Nanostructures and Biosensors Group, NanoBio, UAM)
• Prof. Juan José Saenz (Moving Light and Electrons Group, MOLE, UAM)
• Prof. Fernando Sols (Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics Group, UCM)
• Prof. Hermann Suderow (INC, UAM)
Technical Committee :
Cristina Roldán (MICROSERES-CM, UAM)
E-mail: Cristina Roldan

Carlos Roldán (UAM)

Braulio García Cámara (Researc Center on Nanoscience)

Manuela Moreno (INC, UAM)
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The MICROSERES Program, founded by the Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid, organizes the International School on Advanced Processes in Optical Sensing and Photonic Applications.
The main goal of the School is to promote and boosts multidisciplinary discussions in physics, optics, biotechnology, chemistry, microelectronics and nanotechnology, in order to explore new concepts and sensing components based on photonic micro-nanosensors. To this aim, we will bring together scientific leaders of research groups from around the world and create an atmosphere of discussion in which both junior and senior researchers would participate in understanding the recent advances in all these fields.

Among other relevant topics, the Lectures will cover discussions on:

- Design of sensors based on micro and nanostructured materials based on the proper combination of resonant plasmonic elements with nanomaterials with electro- or magneto-optical (EO,OM) activity. Sensing with photonic crystals.

- Fabrication and optical properties of Nanoparticles with different electro-optical, magneto-optical, non-lineal optical responses and/or localized surface Plasmon resonances (LSPR), fluorescent molecules and quantum dots, as optical probes.

- Nanoparticle manipulation and controlled diffusion by light forces. Optical tweezers.

- Nano-Optics: Exploring new concepts and sensing components.

- Interactions between nanoparticles with biological tissues. Surface enhancement fluorescence (SEF), Raman scattering (SERS) associated to LSPRs as well as the possible active modulation of EO and OM nanoparticles.

- Bio-functionalization. Biomarkers, surface treatments and optical probe delivery inside the cells.

- Optimization of standard sensor devices and new strategies for sensing of important analytes related to environment and medicine, e.g., detection of biomarkers related to the Alzheimer disease, as well as for detecting traces of prohibited sport-doping substances.

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- Remi Carminati (Institute Langevin, ESPCI-CNRS, Paris, France)
(Fluorescence emitters and photonic nanostructures: A sucessful coupling)

- Alfonso Cebollada (IMM-CNM-CSIC, Spain)
(Magnetoplasmonics: Combining magnetic and plasmonic functionalities)

- Stéphane Collin (Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures, CNRS, France)
(Nanocavities and free-standing nanostructured membranes: IR imaging and biosensing)

- Aristide Dogariu (CREOL, The College of Optics and Photonics, USA)
(Harnessing Light for Sensing and Guiding at Mesoscales)

- Roberto Fenollosa (CSIC, Spain)
(Silicon colloids based photonic nanocavities and applications)

- Francisco J. García-Vidal (UAM, Spain)
(Spoof Surface Plasmon Photonics)

- Philippe Goldner (Chimie-ParisTech, France)
(Coherent Optical Information Processing in Solids)

- Jaime Gómez-Rivas (AMOLF, The Netherlands)
(Semiconductor and Metallic nanoantennas)

- Tom P.J. Han (Strathclyde University, Scotland, UK)
(Two-photon excited fluorescence and applications in distributed optical fiber temperature sensing)

- Laura Lechuga (CIN2, Spain)
(Nanophotonic biosensors: Design, fabrication, integration and real life applications)

- Cefe Lopez (ICMM-CSIC, Spain)
(Photonic crystals and glasses by self assembly)

- Masud Mansuripur (College of Optical Sciences, University Arizona, USA)
(Energy, Momentum, Force and Torque in Classical Electrodynamics)

- Hernan Míguez (ICMSE-CSIC, Spain)
(Nanoporous and mesoporous photonic multilayers for applications in sensing)

- Miguel Moreno (Centro de Astrobiología, INTA-CSIC, Spain)
(Aptamers and their applications in biosensors development)

- Manuel Nieto-Vesperinas (ICMM-CSIC, Spain)
(Partially coherent light at the nanoscale)

- Juan José Sáenz (UAM, Spain)
(Non-conservative Optical Forces on Nanoparticles)

- Jarno Salonen (Univ. Turku, Finland)
(Porous silicon optical multilayer structures in gas sensing applications)

- Santiago Sánchez Cortés (IEM-CSIC, Spain)
(Molecular Detection of Drugs and Pollutants on Plasmonic Nanoparticles by SERS)

- José A. Sánchez-Gil (IEM-CSIC, Spain)
(Shaping nanoparticles for plasmon-enhanced applications)

- Riccardo Sapienza (King's College London, UK)
(Deep-subwavelength imaging of the modal dispersion of light)

- Frank Scheffold (Univ. Fribourg, Switzerland)
(Laser speckle biomedical imaging)

- Sebastian Schluecker (Univ. Osnabruck, Germany)
(Immuno SERS Microscopy: Nanoparticles Probes and Tissues Diagnostics)

- Paz Sevilla (UCM, Spain)
(Design of novel drug delivery systems based on surfaced enhanced fluorescence)

- Vicente Torres (UAM, Spain)
(Porous silicon optical systems: Fundamentals and applications)

- Ivar Zapata (UCM, Spain)
(Ratchets: from driven and noisy to stationary and deterministic)
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