22 June 2018 Front Matter: Volume 10672
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

A., Aneeth K., 2P

Abdelraouf, Omar A. M., 3R

Admon, Tamir, 0Q

Akulov, Katherine, 1O

Aleksandrov, Alexey E., 35

Alexeeva, Natalia O., 12

Allam, Nageh K., 3R

Alonso-Ramos, Carlos, 28

Andrews, David L., 10

Angervaks, Aleksandr E., 4N

Aquilina, Matteo, 1N

Armoogum, D. A., 0Y

Au, Thi Huong, 34

Azab, Mohammad Y., 1D

Baburin, Alexander S., 4D

Bahabad, Alon, 0Q

Bain, A. J., 0Y

Bain, Jennifer, 08

Balykin, Victor I., 4D

Baranov, Mikhail A., 12

Bardou, Nathalie, 32

Barzanjeh, Shabir, 1N

Bezus, Evgeni A., 3A

Bhaktha B. N., Shivakiran, 3E

Bhattacharya, S., 39

Blacker, T. S., 0Y

Bobrinetskiy, Ivan I., 0A

Bogdanov, Andrey, 4I

Bonod, Nicolas, 4B

Bony, Pierre-Yves, 1R

Borisov, Vladimir N., 4N

Borkunov, Rodion Y., 31

Bouravleuv, Alexey, 1U

Bozhevolnyi, Sergey I., 3M

Bramble, Jonathan P., 08

Breinbjerg, Olav, 1C

Bryukhanov, Valery V., 2S, 30, 31

Buil, Stéphanie, 34

Burger, Sven, 1C

Bykov, Dmitry A., 3A

Cai, Kun-BIin, 3V

Calò, G., 1E

Cassan, Eric, 28

Castillo, J., 3S

Chandel, S., 2P

Chang, Li-Yun, 3T, 3V

Chen, Chun-Yu, 2K

Chistyakov, Alexander A., 0Z, 35

Chou, Wu-Ching, 3H

Cirlin, George, 1U

Cui, Xin, 28

Dadoenkova, Yuliya, 4M

Dagens, B., 1E

Das, Antariksha, 1P

Das, Pratyusha, 3E

Datta, P. K., 39

Davis, Andrew, 2Z

De Angelis, C., 06

de Ceglia, D., 06

de Dood, Michiel J. A., 4H

Deeb, Claire, 32

Dey, A., 39

Dobronosovaa, Alina A., 4D

D’Orazio, A., 1E

Doskolovich, Leonid L., 3A

Durnez, Alan, 32

Dutta Gupta, Subhasish, 2Y

Ecarnot, A., 1E

Egel, Amos, 29

Eizner, Elad, 1O

Eladawy, Mohamed I., 1J, 2G

Eliezer, Yaniv, 0Q

Elkaramany, Essam M. A., 2H

Ellenbogen, Tal, 1O

El-Saeed, Ahmed H., 1D

Emelianov, Aleksei V., 0A

Emeric, Ludivine, 32

Farag, Mohamed A., 1D

Ferrara, B., 1E

Ferreira, M., 11

Forbes, Kayn A., 10

Fotiadi, Andrei, 4M

Froim, Sahar, 0Q

Ganieva, Liutsiia A., 4D

Gauthier-Lafaye, O., 1E

Gérard, Davy, 4B

Ghorai, A., 39

Ghosh, Nirmalya, 1P, 2P, 2Y

Gladskikh, Igor A., 3O

Golovastikov, Nikita V., 3A

Goltyapin, Yaroslav, 35

Gomard, Guillaume, 29

Goswami, Sumit, 1P

Grande, M., 1E

Grange, Rachel, 1U

Gregersen, Niels, 1C

Gu, Qing, 4I

Gutsche, Philipp, 1C

Hadad, Barak, 0Q

Hagedorn Frandsen, Lars, 1C

Haïdar, Riad, 32

Hashish, Mohamed E., 1D

Hassan, Mostafa AbdAllah M., 2Q

Häyrynen, Teppo, 1C

He, Jian-Jun, 28

Heikal, A. M., 2I, 2T

Helmy, Fatma E., 2G

Hermier, Jean-Pierre, 34

Höschele, Jonatan, 0V

Hu, Walter, 4I

Huang, Hsiu-Ying, 3T, 3V

Hussein, Mohamed, 1J, 2G, 2Q

Ivanov, Anton I., 4D

Ivinskaya, Aliaksandra, 1C

Jain, Saumey, 3Q

Jetter, Michael, 0V

Kadochkin, Aleksei S., 4M

Kamalieva, Aisylu N., 24, 3O

Kamel, Ayman Nasar, 1R

Kapitonov, Yuriy, 4I

Karmakar, M., 39

Keijsers, Giel J. G., 4H

Kettler, Jan, 0V

Khalil, Ahmed E., 1D

Kireev, Dmitry, 0A

Konstantinova, E. I., 2S

Korany, Fatma M. H., 1J

Kovalevskyy, Ye. R., 4K

Kovanzhi, P. O., 4K

Krivenkov, Victor, 0Z

Kurt, Hamza, 0E, 17

Lai, Ngoc Diep, 2Z, 34

Lang, Lukas, 1U

Larijani, B., 0Y

Laux, Frédéric, 4B

Ledoux-Rak, Isabelle, 2Z

Lemmer, Uli, 29

Lepeshova, Olga I., 12

Le Roux, Xavier, 28

Lin, Tzu-Neng, 46

Lippi, G. L., 26, 2B

Lis S., Sudha Maria, 3E

Lo, Shih-Shou, 2K

Luong, Mai Hoang, 2Z

Magno, G., 1E

Makarov, Sergey, 4I

Malviya, Nishit, 23

Mao, Fei, 2Z

Marris-Morini, Delphine, 28

Marsh, R. J., 0Y

Masters, T. A., 0Y

Mauthe, S., 2U

Mayer, B., 2U

Melentiev, Pavel N., 4D

Michler, Peter, 0V

Midya, A., 39

Mishra, Jitendra K., 23

Mohamed, Doaa, 2T

Mohamed, Eman, 2T

Moiseev, Sergey, 4M

Monmayrant, A., 1E

Mørk, J., 2B

Moselund, K., 2U

Moskalev, Dmitriy O., 4D

Mubarak, Roaa, 1J

Nabiev, Igor, 0Z

Nabiullina, Rezida D., 3O

Nagar, Harel, 0Q

Nguyen, Chi Thanh, 2Z

O. Hameed, Mohamed Farhat, 1D, 1J, 2G, 2H, 2I, 2Q, 2T

Obayya, Salah S. A., 1D, 1J, 2G, 2H, 2I, 2Q, 2T

Olbrich, Fabian, 0V

O’Shea, Paul, 08

Otero, Nerea, 0A

Ottaviano, Luisa, 1R

Pal, Mandira, 1P

Panajotov, Krassimir, 4M

Pardo, Fabrice, 32

Pareek, Prakash, 23

Parfenov, Peter S., 3O

Paul, Matthias, 0V

Pedersen, Thomas G., 05

Pelouard, Jean-Luc, 32

Petruzzelli, V., 1E

Piscitelli, V., 11

Pishchimova, Anastasiya A., 4D

Polischuk, Vladimir A., 3O

Poperenko, L. V., 4K

Portalupi, Simone L., 0V

Prokopets, V. M., 4K

Pu, Minhao, 1R

Puccioni, G. P., 26, 2B

Quélin, Xavier, 34

R., Ajith P., 2P

Ramaiya, Avin, 0P

Raval, S., 39

Ray, S. K., 39

Razumova, Yuliya A., 12, 33

Renaut, Claude, 1U

Reznik, Ivan A., 12

Richens, Joanna L., 08

Robinson, N. A., 0Y

Rodionov, Ilya A., 4D

Roichman, Yael, 0Q

Romero, Pablo M., 0A

Rosenkrantz de Lasson, Jakob, 1C

Roshdi, Mohammed, 1D

Roy, Basudev, 0P

Ryskin, Alexandr I., 4N

Ryskulov, R. A., 4K

Ryzhikov, Ilya A., 4D

S. Kim, Oleksiy, 1C

Sadrieva, Zarina F., 4I

Saha, Sudipta, 2Y

Samokhvalov, Pavel, 0Z

Samusev, Ilya I. G., 2S, 30, 31

Samy Saadeldin, A., 2H

Sangeeta, 3Q

Santiago, Svette Reina Merden S., 46

Satija, Jitendra, 3Q

Scalora, M., 06

Schäffer, Erik, 0P

Schmid, H., 2U

Schwartz, Tal, 1O

Semenova, Elizaveta, 1R

Serna, Samuel, 28

Shaker, Ahmed, 2G, 3R

Shen, Ji-Lin, 46

Shtrom, Igor, 1U

Sigmund, Ole, 1C

Singh, Ankit Kumar, 2P, 2Y

Singh, Lokendra, 23

Skjølstrup, Enok J. H., 05

Slezhkin, Vasiliy A., 2S, 30, 31

Solovyev, Vladimir G., 12

Søndergaard, Thomas, 05

Sousa, M., 2U

Sribniy, A. Ya., 4K

Starovoytov, Anton A., 12, 3O

Stassen, Erik, 1R

Staudinger, P., 2U

Talite, Maria Jessabel, 3H

Tameev, Alexey R., 35

Tcibulnikova, Anna V., 30, 31

Theobald, Dominik, 29

Thomaschewski, Martin, 3M

Tiguntseva, Ekaterina, 4I

Timofeeva, Maria, 1U

Timpu, Flavia, 1U

Tong, Quang Cong, 2Z

Toropov, Nikita A., 24, 33

Trofimov, Igor V., 4D

Tutgun, M., 0E

V. Lavrinenko, Andrei, 1C

Vartanyan, Tigran A., 24, 33

Veniaminov, Andrey V., 4N

Venugopal, A., 2P

Villares, G., 2U

Villegas, O., 3S

Vincenti, M. A., 06

Vivien, Laurent, 28

Wan, Meher, 3E

Wang, Fengwen, 1C

Xuereb, André, 1N

Yam, V., 1E

Yang, Yuanqing, 3M

Yeltik, Aydan, 17

Yılmaz, Döne, 0E, 17

Younis, B. M., 2I

Yuan, Chi-Tsu, 3H, 3T, 3V

Yvind, Kresten, 1R

Zakhidov, Anvar, 4I

Zhang, Weiwei, 28

Zheng, Yi, 1R

Zolotovskii, Igor, 4M

Zvaigzne, Mariya A., 35

Zyubin, A. U., 2S

Conference Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • Francis Berghmans, Vrijie Universteit Brussel (Belgium)

  • Thierry Georges, Oxxius SA (France)

  • Harald Giessen, Universität Stuttgart (Germany)

  • Paul Montgomery, Université de Strasbourg (France)

Conference Chairs

  • David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

  • Angus J. Bain, University College London (United Kingdom)

  • Jean-Michel Nunzi, Queen’s University (Canada)

  • Andreas Ostendorf, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany)

Conference Programme Committee

  • Mario Berberan-Santos, Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal)

  • Renato Bozio, Università degli Studi di Padova (Italy)

  • Mark L. Brongersma, Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials (GLAM) (United States)

  • Céline Fiorini-Debuisschert, Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique (France)

  • Vincent Ginis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

  • Theodore Goodson III, University of Michigan (United States)

  • Rachel Grange, ETH Zurich (Switzerland)

  • Yasushi Inouye, Osaka University (Japan)

  • Martti Kauranen, Tampere University of Technology (Finland)

  • Arseniy I. Kuznetsov, A*STAR - Data Storage Institute (Singapore)

  • Francois Lagugné-Labarthet, The University of Western Ontario (Canada)

  • Christoph Lienau, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (Germany)

  • Robert Lipson, University of Victoria (Canada)

  • Wolfgang Löffler, Universiteit Leiden (Netherlands)

  • Raúl J. Martín-Palma, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

  • Jesper Mork, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

  • Jean-Luc Pelouard, Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (France)

  • Manijeh Razeghi, Northwestern University (United States)

  • Anatoly V. Zayats, King’s College London (United Kingdom)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Surface Waves

    Vincent Ginis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

  • 2 Sensing

    Jean-Luc Pelouard, Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (France)

  • 3 Structured Light

    David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

  • 4 Plasmonics and Surface Nanostructures

    Claude Renaut, ETH Zurich (Switzerland)

  • 5 Microscopy and Imaging

    Angus J. Bain, University College London (United Kingdom)

  • 6 Subwavelength Optics and Manipulation

    Martti Kauranen, Tampere University of Technology (Finland)

  • 7 Frequency Combs and Localised Interactions

    David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

  • 8 Molecular Photonics

    Vincent Ginis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

  • 9 Nonlinear Optics

    David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

  • 10 Nanolasers

    Rachel Grange, ETH Zurich (Switzerland)

  • 11 Photonic Crystals

    Vincent Ginis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

  • 12 Novel Plasmonics and Surface Nanophotonics

    Anatoly V. Zayats, King’s College London (United Kingdom)

  • 13 Quantum Systems

    Raúl J. Martín-Palma, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

  • 14 Waveguides and Nanoantennas

    Antonio Ambrosio, Harvard University (United States)

  • 15 Quantum Dots

    David L. Andrews, University of East Anglia (United Kingdom)

Introduction

The Photonics Europe conference on Nanophotonics continues to register a significant presence on the international research stage. This year the symposium returned to Strasbourg, its home up to 2008, and in spite of industrial action affecting both local and international rail services, participation was in every respect significantly higher than in 2016. The Nanophotonics conference, seventh in the biennial series, attracted its highest ever number of submissions, and ran a full week comprising a busy schedule of 15 high quality lecture sessions, together with 80 posters. The presentations represented the full span of an evolving, highly distinctive and broadening subject area.

Nanophotonics addresses the many physical systems and interactions in which optical characteristics are very substantially modified—and in some cases become almost entirely determined—by nanoscale features. Here, the character of optical propagation and measurement can involve a complex interplay of structural, spectroscopic, electromagnetic, electronic and quantum optical features. An increasingly extensive range of structures is being actively studied: in addition to ‘conventional’ nanomaterials of organic, semiconductor and biomolecular constitution, an ever increasing number of studies focus on the photonic properties of 2D materials, metamaterials, and plasmonics, with a wide range of applications including sensing, imaging, particle tracking and optical components for IT systems. These and many more areas of research activity are represented in these Proceedings.

We are pleased to thank our all of invited international speakers for eminently stimulating lectures to launch each session. It is also a pleasure to report that not only were all of the oral presentations of a consistently high standard—as was duly reflected in sustaining high audience counts; the posters were also uniformly excellent. The level and quality of student participation in the meeting was especially encouraging, and we were delighted to be able to award two prizes for the best student presentation to Quantitative polarimetric studies of plasmonic quasicrystals [10672-98] and Enhancing transverse spin and transverse spin momentum in micro- and nano-optical systems [10672-107].

It is a pleasure to thank all who contributed to the meeting; those who presented papers and delivered high quality manuscripts for these proceedings, and fellow members of the Program Committee who chaired sessions and generally helped draw the conference together. Finally, we record sincere thanks to all of the members of the SPIE support staff, for uncompromising and characteristic professionalism, enthusiasm, and above all, for their keen support. This was both a highly enjoyable and productive conference and we look forward to returning to Strasbourg for Photonics Europe 2020.

David L. Andrews

Angus J. Bain

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