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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four 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.

Abbey, Brian, 17

Afshar, Shahraam V., 3J

Aghili, Sina, 5W

Akhavan, Behnam, 5V

Alameh, K., 10, 4T

Al-Dirini, Feras, 3U

Alhasan, Layla, 52

Ali, Amer, 5T

Alnassar, Mohammad Saleh N., 5P

Annamdas, Venu Gopal Madhav, 16

Anwar, S., 42

Appelt, Christian, 0F

Arbatan, Tina, 52

Argyros, Alexander, 2S

Arifin, N. A., 1J

Arnold, Matthew D., 3S, 5C, 5O

Asundi, Anand, 16

Atakaramians, Shaghik, 0H, 3J

Bagnall, Darren M., 49

Bakas, A., 2H

Balaur, Eugeniu, 17

Batentschuk, Miroslaw, 43

Best, Michael, 12

Bilek, Marcela, 5R, 5V

Bilokur, M., 5O

Blaikie, Richard, 0T

Boretti, A., 47

Botten, Lindsay C., 24

Brabec, Christoph J., 43

Broderick, N., 50

Cartlidge, Rhys, 1W

Casas-Bedoya, A., 19

Castelletto, S., 47

Chan, Peggy P. Y., 52

Chang, Yuanchih, 49

Chen, Cong, 5J

Chen, H., 50

Chen, Huaying, 12

Chen, Sheng, 1R

Chen, Ssu-Han, 2B, 2C

Chen, Weijian, 0F

Cheng, Yuqing, 5B

Cherukhin, Yuriy, 3B

Choi, Haechul, 29

Choi, Kyung Cheol, 2D

Choi, Sang H., 3Z

Choi, Yoonseuk, 29

Christiansen, Silke, 0F

Chung, Chia-Yang, 0D

Čižmár, Tomáš, 40

Collis, Gavin E., 3O

Combariza, Miguel E., 1U

Conibeer, Gavin, 0F

Cortie, Michael B., 3R, 3S, 5C, 5O

Cousins, Aidan, 5Q

Crisostomo, Felipe, 3P

Dai, Xi, 0F

Davies, Michael, 5R

Davis, Timothy J., 57

de Sterke, C. Martijn, 24

Deng, Xiaofan, 48

Denisov, Alexander, 3B

Ding, Boyang, 0T

Disney, Claire E. R., 46

Dowd, A., 5C

Eggleton, Benjamin J., 0I, 19

Evans, Robin, 4W

Evstafyev, Sergey S., 23

Feng, Yu, 0F

Firdous, S., 42

Fisher, Caitlin, 24

Fleming, Simon, 2S

Fooladvand, M., 10

Forberich, Karen, 43

Fountos, G., 2H

Friedrich, Timo, 0Z, 2Y

Fritzsche, Wolfgang, 0X

Fumeaux, Christophe, 20

Galí, Marc A., 3S

Gao, Xiaofang, 0W

Gentle, Angus R., 3S, 5O

Goktas, Hasan, 4L

Goldys, Ewa, 0X, 3Y

Gong, Qihuang, 5B

Gornev, E. S., 2T

Gray, E., 10

Grebenik, Ekaterina, 3Y

Green, Martin A., 1R, 46, 48

Guller, Anna, 3Y, 4G

Harada, Takaaki, 48

Hariz, Alex, 53

He, Yingbo, 5B

Heilmann, Martin, 0F

Henning, Anna M., 5Q

Hewakuruppu, Yasitha L., 3P

Hiramatsu, Kazumasa, 1Q

Hjerrild, Natasha, 3P

Ho-Baillie, Anita, 1R, 48

Holland, Anthony S., 5P

Hossain, Faruque M., 3U

Hossain, Md Sharafat, 3U

Howard, Douglas, 5Q

Huang, Shujuan, 0F, 1R, 48

Huang, Yushi, 0Y, 13, 1W

Hudson, Darren D., 0I

Huynh, Duc H., 4W

Iakimov, Tihomir, 5T

Inglis, David, 0X

Isa, M. I. N., 5U

Ismail, Razali, 3V

Ivanov, Ivan G., 5T

Jagadish, Chennupati, 0O

Jain, Kanika, 52

James, Timothy D., 57

Jiang, Liming, 3U

Kalyvas, N., 2H

Kandarakis, I., 2H

Karlsson, Mikael, 33, 5T

Kaslin, Jan, 0Z, 2Y

Kaysir, Md Rejvi, 2S

Kee, Tak W., 48

Khaledian, Mohsen, 3V

Kharbikar, Bhushan N., 2W

Khiar, A. S. A., 1J

Kim, Min Hyuck, 3Z

Kim, Min-Hoi, 29

Kim, Yong Min, 2D

Kitamori, Takehiko, 0W

Kito, Masanori, 1Q

Kivshar, Yuri S., 3J

Kondyurin, Alexey, 5R

Korobova, Natalia E., 23

Korsunsky, Alexander M., 5S

Kou, Shan Shan, 17

Kr., Sindhu, 2W

Krc, Janez, 43

Kuhlmey, Boris T., 0H

Kumar S., Harish, 2W

Kumari, Madhuri, 0T

Kurkov, Alexander, 4G

Kwok, Chee Yee, 2B, 2C

Lan, Shengchang, 3B

Langley, Daniel, 17

Lapine, Mikhail, 0L

Latzel, Michael, 0F

Lee, Jae-Hyun, 29

Lee, Uhn, 3Z

Lei, Wenwen, 0V

Leiterer, Christian, 0X

Li, Haisu, 0H

Li, Jifeng, 5J

Li, Qiyuan, 3P

Liang, Liuen, 3Y

Lin, Jiao, 17

Lipovšek, Benjamin, 43

Liu, Hao, 3B

Lu, Guowei, 5B

Lu, Hai, 0O

Lu, Yiqing, 3Y

Lu, Yuerui, 34

Lunt, Alexander J. G., 5S

Luong, Stanley, 5P

MacQueen, Rowan W., 2S

Maheshwari, Muneesh, 16

Marpaung, David, 19

Marshall, B. J., 4T

Maurya, D. K., 10, 4T

Mawatari, Kazuma, 0W

McKenzie, David R., 0V, 5R

McPhedran, Ross C., 0L, 24

Mehmood, Nasir, 53

Mesgari, Sara, 0D, 3P

Michael, Aron, 2B, 2C

Michail, C., 2H

Michler, Johann, 5S

Mimaki, Shinya, 2N

Miroshnichenko, Andrey E., 3J

Mitchell, Arnan, 1U

Miyake, Hideto, 1Q

Mo, Z., 50

Moaied, Modjtaba, 2Z

Mohanty, Gaurav, 5S

Monro, Tanya M., 3J

Morita, Y., 4U

Morrison, Blair, 19

Morrison, Karl, 3P

Motogaito, Atsushi, 1Q

Mulvaney, Paul, 57

Nadort, Annemarie, 3Y

Nakamachi, E., 4U

Nawaz, M., 42

Nelson, Melanie R. M., 5Q

Neo, Tee K., 5S

Nesbitt, Warwick, 1U

Nguyen, Phuong D., 4W

Nguyen, Thanh C., 4W

Nodeh, Ali Arasteh, 5W

Noor, N. A. M., 5U

Nugegoda, Dayanthi, 0Y, 13, 1W

Oki, Yuji, 5J

Ooe, Katsutoshi, 2N

Orlov, S. N., 2T

Ostrikov, Kostya (Ken), 2Z

Ozawa, Masaaki, 5J

Pagani, Mattia, 19

Panayiotakis, G. S., 2H

Pang, John Hock Lye, 16

Payne, David N. R., 49

Pei, Jiajie, 34

Petersen, Elena, 4G

Petkovic-Duran, Karolina, 12

Pillai, Supriya, 46, 49

Plöschner, Martin, 40

Pocock, Kyall J., 0W

Pollard, Michael E., 49

Poulton, Christopher G., 0L, 24

Prestidge, Clive A., 0W

Priest, Craig, 0W

Qian, Yi, 3Y, 4G

Qiu, Jing Hui, 3B

Rabus, Dominik G., 1U

Rehman, A., 42

Rehman, K., 42

Ren, Fang-Fang, 0O

Roberts, Ann, 57

Rosa, L., 47

Rosengarten, Gary, 0D, 3P

Ryu, Soichiro, 5J

Sadatnajafi, Catherine, 17

Saiprasad, N., 47

Sakurai, Kohei, 2N

Samoilykov, Vyacheslav K., 23

Sardarinejad, A., 4T

Sarvi, Fatemeh, 52

Schmidt, Timothy W., 2S

Scott, Jason A., 3P

Seferis, I. E., 2H

Shadrivov, Ilya V., 3J

Shahcheraghi, N., 5C

Shekhter, Anatoly, 4G

Shen, Hongming, 5B

Shen, Wei, 52

Sheng, Rui, 1R, 48

Shrestha, Santosh, 0F

Singh, Neetesh, 0I

Skafidas, Efstratios, 3U, 4W

Skommer, Joanna, 0Z

Smith, Geoffrey B., 3S, 5O

Solodovnyk, Anastasiia, 43

Song, Kyo D., 3Z

Sorger, Volker J., 4L

Srivastava, Rohit, 2W

Stern, Edda, 43

Syväjärvi, Mikael, 5T

Tai, Matthew C., 3S

Tan, Hark Hoe, 0O

Tay, C. Y., 4T

Taylor, Robert A., 0D, 3P

Tereshhenko, Anatolij M., 23

Thierry, Benjamin, 0W, 2J, 5Q

Tilley, Richard D., 5Q

Timoshenkov, Alexey S., 23, 2T

Timoshenkov, Sergey P., 23, 2T

Timoshenkov, V. P., 2T

Tjin, Swee Chuan, 16

Topic, Marko, 43

Toprak, Muhammet S., 33, 5T

Tovar-Lopez, Francisco, 1U

Trusova, Inna, 4G

Tsuchiya, Kazuyoshi, 1Y

Tyc, Tomáš, 40

Uetsuji, Yasutomo, 1Y

Umaba, M., 4U

Urban, Matthias, 0X

Valais, I., 2H

Voelcker, Nico, 53

Wakelin, Edgar, 5R

Wang, Chenxi, 0W

Wang, Peng, 2B, 2C

Wang, Qin, 33, 5T

Warkiani, Majid Ebrahimi, 0D

Weiss, Anthony, 5R

Wen, Xiaoming, 0F, 1R, 48

Withayachumnankul, Withawat, 20

Wlodkowic, Donald, 0Y, 0Z, 13, 1W, 2Y

Woffenden, Albert, 3P

Xia, Keyu, 5B

Xu, Renjing, 34

Xu, W., 50

Xu, Wei-Zong, 0O

Yafarov, R. K., 2T

Yakimova, Rositza, 5T

Yang, Chih-Tsung, 2J

Yang, Jianfeng, 0F

Yang, Jiong, 34

Yasoda, Yutaka, 1Y

Ye, Jiandong, 0O

Yeo, Giselle, 5R

Yoon, Hargsoon, 3Z

Yoshioka, Hiroaki, 5J

Yu, Xinghuo, 1U

Yue, Pan, 5P

Zeler, J., 2H

Zhang, Shuang, 34

Zhao, Wei, 33, 5T

Zhao, Yichen, 33, 5T

Zheng, Cheng, 3P

Zhu, Feng, 0Z, 1W, 2Y

Zhu, Shaoli, 3R

Zhu, Yonggang, 12

Ziman, M., 10

Zou, Chengjun, 20

Zou, Longfang, 20

Zvyagin, Andrei, 3Y, 4G

Zych, E., 2H

Conference Committee

Conference Chair

  • Benjamin J. Eggleton, The University of Sydney (Australia)

Conference Co-chair

  • Stefano Palomba, The University of Sydney (Australia)

Conference Program Committee

  • Brian Abbey, La Trobe University (Australia)

  • Andrea M. Armani, The University of Southern California (United States)

  • Marcela M. M. Bilek, The University of Sydney (Australia)

  • Alvaro Casas Bedoya, The University of Sydney (Australia)

  • Peggy P. Y. Chan, RMIT University (Australia)

  • Wenlong Cheng, Monash University (Australia)

  • C. Martijn de Sterke, The University of Sydney (Australia)

  • James Friend, University of California, San Diego (United States)

  • Ewa M. Goldys, Macquarie University (Australia)

  • Daniel E. Gomez, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (Australia)

  • Min Gu, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)

  • Stefan Harrer, IBM Research Collaboratory for Life Sciences-Melbourne (Australia)

  • Stephen Holler, Fordham University (United States)

  • Baohua Jia, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)

  • Saulius Juodkazis, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)

  • Adrian Keating, The University of Western Australia (Australia)

  • Dwayne D Kirk, Melbourne Center for Nanofabrication (Australia)

  • Alexander M. Korsunsky, University of Oxford (United Kingdom)

  • Zdenka Kuncic, The University of Sydney (Australia)

  • Gareth F. Moorhead, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (Australia)

  • David Moss, RMIT University (Australia)

  • Dragomir N. Neshev, The Australian National University (Australia)

  • Fiorenzo Gabriele Omenetto, Tufts University (United States)

  • Kostya Ostrikov, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (Australia)

  • Rupert F. Oulton, Imperial College London (United Kingdom)

  • Min Qiu, Zhejiang University (China)

  • David D. Sampson, The University of Western Australia (Australia)

  • Cather M. Simpson, The University of Auckland (New Zealand)

  • Volker J. Sorger, The George Washington University (United States)

  • Din Ping Tsai, Academia Sinica (Taiwan)

  • Niek F. Van Hulst, ICFO - Institut de Ciències Fotòniques (Spain)

  • Frédérique Vanholsbeeck, The University of Auckland (New Zealand)

  • Seok-Hyun Yun, Harvard Medical School (United States)

  • Yonggang Zhu, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (Australia)

Session Chairs

  • 1A Nanostructured Materials I

    Ann Roberts, The University of Melbourne (Australia)

  • 1B Micro/Nanofluidics and Optofluidics I

    Warwick P. Bowen, The University of Queensland (Australia)

  • 1C Photonics I

    Justin J. Cooper-White, The University of Queensland (Australia)

  • 2A Nanostructured Materials II

    Yuri S. Kivshar, The Australian National University (Australia)

    Mikhail Lapine, University of Technology, Sydney (Australia)

  • 2B Micro/Nanofluidics and Optofluidics II

    Hywel Morgan, University of Southampton (United Kingdom)

    Neetesh Singh, The University of Sydney (Australia)

  • 2C Photonics II

    Isabelle Staude, Friedrich-Schiller University (Germany)

    Antony Orth, RMIT University (Australia)

  • 3A Nanostructured Materials III

    Frank Vollmer, Max-Planck-Institut für die Physik des Lichts (Germany)

    Volker J. Sorger, The George Washington University (United States)

  • 3B Nanophotonics for Biology and Medical Applications I

    Krasimir Vasilev, University of South Australia (Australia)

    Prineha Narang, California Institute of Technology (United States)

  • 3C Photonics III

    Igal Brener, Sandia National Labs (United States)

    Christian Wolff, University of Technology, Sydney (Australia)

  • 4A Nanostructured Materials IV

    Kenneth B. Crozier, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (United States)

    Haisu Li, The University of Sydney (Australia)

  • 4B Nanophotonics for Biology and Medical Applications II

    Baohua Jia, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)

  • 4C Solar Cell Technologies

    Diana Antonosyan, The Australian National University (Australia)

    Alexander L. Gaeta, Columbia University (United States)

  • 5A Biocompatible Materials I

    Yuerui Lu, The Australian National University (Australia)

    Sergey S. Kruk, The Australian National University (Australia)

  • 5B Plasmonics I

    Nikolai Strohfeldt, Universität Stuttgart (Germany)

    Stefan A. Maier, Imperial College London (United Kingdom)

  • 5C Fabrication I

    Mingkai Liu, The Australian National University (Australia)

    Arnan Mitchell, RMIT University (Australia)

  • 6A Medical and Biological Micro/Nanodevices

    Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop, The University of Queensland (Australia)

  • 6B Plasmonics II

    Shaghik Atakaramians, The University of Sydney (Australia)

    Timothy D. James, The University of Melbourne (Australia)

  • 6C Fabrication II

    David D. Sampson, The University of Western Australia (Australia)

    Alexander S. Solntsev, The Australian National University (Australia)

  • 7A Biocompatible Materials II

    Peggy P. Chan, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)

Introduction

In December 2013, the United Nations declared 2015 as the International Year of Light (IYL), recognizing the immense importance of light-based technologies in our lives, for our futures, and for the development of humankind.

In December 2015, the SPIE Micro+Nano Materials, Devices, and Applications symposium and the new Australian Institute for Nanoscience (AIN) at the University of Sydney’s Camperdown campus offered the opportunity to celebrate the culmination of the IYL and heightened global awareness of the importance of light-based technologies, including nanoscience.

The SPIE symposium is an interdisciplinary forum for collaboration and learning among top researchers in all fields related to nano- and microscale materials and technologies. This 2015 event took place over 4 days, 6-9 December, and included both oral and poster presentations with a focus on nanostructured and biocompatible materials, medical and biological micro/nanodevices, micro/nanofluidics and optofluidics, nanophotonics for biology and medical applications, plasmonics, and solar cell technologies and fabrication.

The University of Sydney is Australia’s first university with an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence. Located close to the heart of Australia’s largest and most international city, the Camperdown campus features a mixture of iconic gothic-revival buildings and state-of-the-art teaching, research, and student support facilities. The University of Sydney attracts many of the most talented students in Australia drawn by its range of quality degrees and strong track record of research programs. The University’s academics are leaders in their disciplines nationally and internationally, driving major research initiatives.

Sydney is Australia’s truly international city and one of the world’s most iconic and livable cities in the world, with plenty of open space, famous beaches, glittering harbour, waterways and bushland, great climate and vibrant culture rich of entertainment, cultural activities, and sporting events. Sydney is at the heart of Australia’s economy, and is ranked first in the Asia Pacific in terms of intellectual capital and innovation. Sydney offers a safe and secure environment for individuals and families, with world-class health care, education, transport and telecommunications with a multicultural environment as over a third of Sydney’s population was born overseas.

Benjamin J. Eggleton

Stefano Palomba

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