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Invited Keynote and Plenary Talks
 1. A. Alù, “Nonreciprocal Photonics,” Frontiers in Optics: the 102 nd   OSA Annual Meeting and        Exhibit/Laser Science Conference, Washington, DC, September 16-20, 2018, (invited talk). 2.   A.   Alù,   “Slow   Light   and   Nonreciprocity   in   Metamaterials,”   Metamaterials   2018,   Espoo,   Finland,   August 27-September 1, 2018, ( invited talk ). 3.     J.     Vuckovic,     15th     international     conference     on     Near-field     Optics,     Nanophotonics     and     Related Techniques   (NFO-15),   University   of   Technology   of   Troyes,   Troyes,   France,   August   26-31st,   2018, ( plenary talk) . 4.    A.    Alù,    “Nonlocal    Metasurfaces    for    Analog    Computing    and    Quantum    Photonics,”    15 th International Conference   on   Near-Field   Optics,   Nanophotonics   and   Related   Techniques   (NFO’15),   August   26-31, 2018, ( invited talk ). 5.    A.    Alù,    “Wave    Propagation    in    Time-Modulated        Metamaterials,”        IEEE    Research    and    Applications    of Photonics In Defense Conference (RAPID), Miramar Beach, FL, August 22-24, 2018, ( invited talk ). 6.   A.   Alù,   “Non-Reciprocal   Photonics,”   SPIE   Optics   and   Photonics,   San   Diego,   CA,   August   19-23,   2018, ( keynote talk ). 7.   X.   Li,   J.   Shi,   L.   Sun,   M.   H.   Lin,   N.   Mohammadi   Estakhri,   Y.   H.   Lee,   S.   Gwo,   C.   Y   Wang,   A.   Krasnok,   C.   K. Shih,    and    A.    Alù,    “Routing    Eexcitons    in    Atomically    Thin    Semiconductors    Using    Plamonic    Films    and Metasurfaces,” SPIE Optics and Photonics, San Diego, CA, August 19-23, 2018, ( invited talk ). 8.   A.   Krasnok,   Y.   Radi,   and   A.   Alù,   “Coherent   Virtual   Absoprtion   in   Optical   Materials,”   SIAM   Conference   on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science, Portland, OR, July 9-13, 2018, ( invited   talk ). 9.    A.    Kord,    D.    L.    Sounas,    and    A.    Alù,    “Broadband    Non-Reciprocity    in    Spatio-    Temporally    Modulated Metamaterials,”   SIAM   Conference   on   Mathematical   Aspects   of   Materials   Science,   Portland,   OR,   July 9-13, 2018, ( invited talk ). 10.   Y.   Radi,   and   A.   Alù,   “Multifunctional   Metagratings,”   2018   IEEE   International   Symposium   on   Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting, Boston, MA, July 8-13, 2018, ( invited talk ). 11.   N.   Engheta,   “Metastructures   for   Analog   Computing   and   Informatics,”    11th   International   Conference   on Nanophotonics, Wroclaw, Poland, July 2-July 5, 2018, ( plenary talk ). 12.    D.    A.    B.    Miller,    “Self-configuring    integrated    photonic    networks    for    communications,    switching    and processing,” OSA Advanced Photonics Congress, Zurich, Switzerland, July 2-5, 2018. 13.   N.   Engheta,   “Metastructures   for   Analog   Computing   and   Informatics,”   11th   International   Conference   on Nanophotonics, Wroclaw, Poland, July 2-July 5, 2018, ( plenary talk ). 14.    D.    A.    B.    Miller,    “Universal    and    self-configuring    linear    photonic    circuits,”    ePIXfab    Silicon    Photonics Summer School, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium June 11-15, 2018. 15.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Saving   energy   in   information   processing   and   communications   using   integrated   photonics,” ePIXfab Silicon Photonics Summer School, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium June 11-15, 2018. 16.   N.   Engheta,   “Extreme   Platforms   for   Extreme   Functionality,”   2018   Internal   Microwave   Symposium   (IMS), Philadelphia, PA, June 10-15, 2018, ( keynote talk ). 17.   N.   Engheta,   Let   Waves   Do   the   Math ,”   20th   Photonics   North   Conference,   Montreal,   Canada,   June   5-7, 2018, ( plenary talk ). 18.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Arbitrary   self-configuring   linear   transforms   -   optics   that   designs   itself   to   do   anything,” Workshop   on   “Optics   for   information   processing   in   the   21th   century,”   Villa   Finaly,   Florence,   Italy, May 24, 2018. 19.    A.    Alù,    “Tailoring    Light    with    Metamaterials    and    Plasmonics,”    NSLS-II    &    CFN    Joint    User's    Meeting, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Shirley, NY, May 21-23, 2018, ( plenary   talk ). 20.    A.    Alù,    “New    Frontiers    for    Wave    Manipulation    Using    Time-Modulated    Metamaterials,”    International Workshop Meta-Optics and Metamaterials, Daejeon, Korea, April 23-27, 2018, ( invited talk ). 21.   A.   Alù,   “Topological   Phenomena   and   Non-Reciprocity   in   Photonics,   Mechanics   and   Opto-Mechanics,”   the 13th    Annual    IEEE    International    Conference    on    Nano/Micro    Engineered    and    Molecular    Systems, Singapore, April 22-26, 2018, ( keynote   talk ). 22.    D.    L.    Sounas,    and    A.    Alù,    “Breaking    Time-Reversal    Symmetry    with    Nonlinear    Nanophotonics,”    SPIE Photonics Europe, Strasbourg, France, April 22-26, 2018, ( invited talk ). 23.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Arbitrary   and   self-configuring   photonic   circuits,”   9th   Annual   SU2P   Symposium,   21st   22nd May 2018, Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow,   UK. 24.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Reducing   energy   and   increasing   capacity   –   new   directions   for   integrated   optics   in   handling information,”   International   Day   of   Light   Presentation,   Politecnico   di   Milano,   Milan,   Italy,   May   17, 2018. 25.   A.   Alù,   “Tailoring   Optical   Wavefronts   with   Metasurfaces,”   MRS   Spring   Meeting,   Phoenix,   AZ,   April   2-6, 2018, ( tutorial talk ). 26.   A.   Alù,   S.   Mann,   M.   Tymchenko,   and   D.   L.   Sounas,   “The   Delay-Bandwidth   Limit   in   Nanophotonics   and Electrostatic   Wave   Propagation   in   Time-Modulated   Lattices,”   MRS   Spring   Meeting,   Phoenix,   AZ,   April 2-6, 2018, ( invited talk ). 27.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   Optics   that   designs   itself   to   do   anything ,”   Applied   Physics   Seminar,   Harvard   University, March 31, 2018. 28.   D.   L.   Sounas,   S.   Mann,   and   A.   Alù,   “The   Time-Bandwidth   Limit   in   Optical   Nanostructures   and   Its   Relation to    Nonreciprocity,”    2018    International    Applied    Computational    Electromagnetics    Society    (ACES) Symposium, Denver, CO, March 24-29, 2018, ( invited talk ). 29.   R.   Baets,   “An   exploration   of   on-chip   waveguide   based   modalities   for   ultra-compact   and   low-cost   Raman spectroscopy,” International Conference on Biomedical Photonics, France, (2018), ( invited talk ). 30.   G.   Roelkens,   “Frontiers   in   III-V   laser   integration   on   silicon   photonic   integrated   circuits, ”   International Semiconductor Laser Conference, United States, (2018), ( invited talk ). 31.   G.   Roelkens,   J.   Zhang,   A.   De   Groote,   J.   Juvert,   N.   Ye,   S.   Kumari,   J.   Goyvaerts,   G.   Muliuk,   S.   Uvin,   G. Chen,   B.   Haq,   B.   Snyder,   J.   Van   Campenhout,   D.   Van   Thourhout,   A.   Trindade,   Transfer   printing   for silicon   photonics   transceivers   and   interposers,”   IEEE   Optical   Interconnects   Conference   (OI),   United States, (2018), ( invited   talk ). 32.   D.   L.   Sounas,   Y.   Radi,   and   A.   Alù,   “Metagratings:   A   Novel   Paradigm   for   Efficient   Wavefront   Control,”   2018 International    Applied    Computational    Electromagnetics    Society    (ACES)    Symposium,    Denver,    CO, March 24-29, 2018, ( invited talk ). 33.   J.   Vuckovic,   DATE   (Design,   Automation,   Test   and   Embedded   Systems)   Conference   Dresden,   Germany, March 21, 2018, ( keynote talk ). 34.     A.     Alù,     “New     Frontiers     for     Wave     Manipulation     Using     Time-Modulated     Metamaterials,”     Antenna Symposium at Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 21, 2018, ( keynote   talk ). 35.   A.   Alù,   “From   Cloaking   to   One-Way   Mirrors:   The   Fascinating   Physics   of   Metamaterials,”   Open   Readings 2018,   61 st International   Conference   for   Students   of   Physics   and   Natural   Sciences,   Vilnius,   Lithuania, March 20-23, 2018, ( plenary talk ). 36.   N.   Engheta,   “Can   We   Do   Math   and   Solve   Equations   with   Metamaterials?”   in   Nanophotonics   2018-   The Next   Frontiers,   CUDOS,   An   ARC   Center   of   Excellence,   Australian   National   University,   Canberra, Australia, March 6-7, 2018, ( invited talk ). 37.   Y.   Radi,   D.   L.   Sounas,   and   A.   Alù,   “Metagratings:   Tailoring   Light   Over   a   Surface   with   Large   Efficiency,”   SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, January 27- February 1, 2018, ( invited talk ). 38.   M.   Junior   Mencagli,   N.   Mohammadi   Estakhri,   B.   Edwards,   N.   Engheta,   “Wave   Platforms   for   Solving Integral   Equations   in   Spatial   Domains,”   SPIE   Photonics   West,   San   Francisco,   CA,   January   28-February 1, 2018, ( invited talk ). 39.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Self-configuring   complex   optics,”   (Keynote   invited   paper)   SPIE   Photonics   West,   San Francisco, CA, January 30, 2018, Paper 10540-43. 40.   A.   Alù,   “Topological   Photonics,   Slow   Light   and   Non-Reciprocal   Transport   Based   on   Temporal   Modulations,” the   48 th Winter   Colloquium   on   the   Physics   of   Quantum   Electronics,   Snowbird,   UT,   January   7-12, 2018, ( invited   talk ). 41.    A.    Alù,    “Wavefront    Transformation    Using    Metasurfaces,”    Optimized,    Arbitrary    and    Reconfigurable Optics Workshop, Stanford, CA, November 16-17, 2017, ( invited talk ). 42.   D.   A.   B.   Miller ,   “Arbitrary   and   self-configuring   photonic   circuits   for   sensing   and   processing,”   IEEE   Avionics and Vehicle Fiber-Optics and Photonics Conference, New Orleans, LA, Nov. 9, 2017. 43.    D.    A.    B.    Miller,    “Saving    energy    in    information    processing    and    communications    with    optics,”    ECE Department Distinguished Lecture, George Washington University, Nov. 1,   2017. 44.    A.    Alù,    “Topological    and    Non-Reciprocal    Photonics    and    Phononics,”    Photonic    Topological    Insulators, Banff, Canada, September 10-15, 2017, ( invited talk ). 45.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Arbitrary   and   Reconfigurable   Optics   –   New   Opportunities   for   Integrated   Photonics,”   OSA Frontiers in Optics, Washington DC, Sept. 19, 2017. 46.    D.    A.    B.    Miller,    “Novel    integrated    and    self-configuring    photonics    for    sensing,    communications    and processing,” University of Bristol, UK, Sept. 7, 2017. 47.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Arbitrary   and   reconfigurable   optics,”   Universitat   Politècnica   de   València,   Spain,   Sept.   4, 2017. 48.    D.    L.    Sounas,    H.    Chalabi,    and    A.    Alù,    “Metasurfaces    with    Advanced    Reflection    and    Transmission Properties   Based   on   the   Principle   of   Resonant   Coupling,”   the   32 nd   International   Union   of   Radio   Science General Assembly & Scientific Symposium, Montreal, Canada, August 19-26, 2017, ( invited talk ). 49.    A.    Alù,    D.    L.    Sounas,    A.    Krasnok,    and    F.    Monticone,    “Embedded    Eigenstates    and    Coherent    Virtual Absorption    in    Metamaterial    Structures,”    the    32 nd International    Union    of    Radio    Science    General Assembly & Scientific Symposium, Montreal, Canada, August 19-26, 2017, ( invited talk ). 50.   A.   Alù,   “Topological   and   Non-Reciprocal   Photonics,”   SPIE   Optics   and   Photonics,   San   Diego,   CA,   August 6-10, 2017, ( keynote talk ). 51.     A.     Krasnok,     F.     Monticone,     and     A.     Alù,     “Embedded     Eigenstates     and     Virtual     Absorption     Using Metamaterials,” SPIE Optics and Photonics, San Diego, CA, August 6-10, 2017, ( invited talk ). 52.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Novel   integrated   and   self-configuring   photonic   architectures   for   sensing,   communications and   processing,”   OSA   Topical   Meeting   on   Integrated   Photonics   Research,   Silicon   and   Nano-photonics, New Orleans, Louisiana, July 27, 2017. 53.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Attojoule   optoelectronics   –   saving   more   energy   with   optics,”   IEEE   Photonics   Society Summer   Topical   Meeting   on   Low   Energy   Integrated   Nanophotonics,   San   Juan,   Puerto   Rico,   July   11, 2017, ( tutorial talk ). 54.   D.   L.   Sounas,   and   A.   Alù,   “Non-Reciprocal   Electromagnetics   in   Time-Varying   Systems,”   the   IEEE   AP-S Symposium   on   Antennas   and   Propagation   and   USNC-   URSI   Radio   Science   Meeting,   San   Diego,   CA, July 9-14, 2017, ( tutorial talk ). 55.   D.   L.   Sounas,   Y.   Radi,   G.   D’Aguanno,   and   A.   Alù,   “Reconfigurable   and   Time-   Varying   Metamaterials,”   the IEEE   AP-S   Symposium   on   Antennas   and   Propagation   and   USNC-URSI   Radio   Science   Meeting,   San Diego, CA, July 9-14, 2017, ( invited talk ). 56.     D.     A.     B.     Miller,     “Attojoule     optoelectronics     –     saving     more     energy     with     optics,”     Sandia     National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 25, 2017. 57.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Attojoule   optoelectronics   –   saving   more   energy   with   optics,”   IEEE   Photonics   Society Optical Interconnects Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 6, 2017, ( plenary talk ). 58. D. A. B. Miller, “Arbitrary and reconfigurable optics,” Caltech, May 25, 2017. 59.    D.    A.    B.    Miller,    “Attojoule    optoelectronics,    silicon    photonics,    free-space    optics,    and    the    10    fJ/bit interconnect,”   OSA   Optoelectronics   Technical   Group   meeting,   CLEO   2017,   San   Jose,   CA,   May   16, 2017. 60 .   A.   Alù,   Balanced   Gain   and   Loss   and   Parity-Time   Symmetry   in   Metamaterials ,”   CLEO   2017,   San   Jose,   CA, May 14-19, 2017, (tutorial talk) . 61.   A.   Alù,   “Beyond   Passive   and   Linear   Metasurfaces:   Nonlinearity,   Nonreciprocity   and   Gain,”   The   Rank   Prize Funds    Symposium    on    Electromagnetic    Metasurfaces,    Grasmere,    United    Kingdom,    March    13-16, 2017, ( invited talk ). 62.   D.   A.   B.   Miller,   “Optics   to   save   energy   in   information   processing   and   communications,”   IEEE   Photonics Society, Santa Clara Chapter, March 7, 2017. 63.   D.   L.   Sounas,   and   A.   Alù,   “Non-Reciprocal   Wave   Manipulation   with   Non-Linear   Metasurfaces,”   2017 International   Workshop   on   Antenna   Technology   (iWAT),   Athens,   Greece,   March   1-3,   2017,   ( invited talk ). 64.    D.    A.    B.    Miller,    Optics    to    save    energy    in    information    processing    and    communications,”    Optics    and Electronics Seminar Series, Stanford University, February 13, 2017. 65.   L.   Quan,   D.   L.   Sounas,   and   A.   Alù,   “Non-Reciprocal   Wave   Propagation   in   Zero-   Index   Materials,”   the   2017 SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, January 28- February 2, 2017, ( invited talk ). 66.    D.    A.    B.    Miller,    Optics    to    save    energy    in    information    processing    and    communications,”    Emerging Technologies Summit, Stanford University, January 10, 2017. 67.    F.    Monticone,    and    A.    Alù,    “Trapping    Light    in    Plain    Sight:    Embedded    Photonic    Eigenstates    Using Metamaterials,”      6th      International      Topical      Meeting      on      Nanophotonics      and      Metamaterials (NanoMeta), Seefeld, Austria, January 4-9, 2017, ( invited talk ). 68.   A.   Alù,   “Designer   Matter:   Fascinating   Interactions   of   Light   and   Sound   with   Metamaterials,”   2016   MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, November 29-December 2, 2016, ( plenary talk ). 69.   A.   Alù,   “The   Fascinating   Optics   of   Plasmonics   and   Metamaterials,”   2016   MRS   Fall   Meeting,   Boston,   MA, November 29-December 2, 2016, ( tutorial   talk ).
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