Quantum- & Nano-Photonics 세미나(Integrated Nanophotonics with Metamaterials, Microcomb, and Atomic Systems)
|일시||Feb. 2(Tue) 2:30 PM|
|연사||Prof. Sangsik Kim (Texas Tech University, USA)|
"Quantum- & Nano-Photonics" 세미나 시리즈를 안내드립니다.
Here we announce our “Quantum- and Nano-Photonics Seminar Series”.
This is the online seminar series organized by KAIST Nanophotonics Cross-Generation Collaborative Lab with the aim to offer a place for the discussion about the recent progress in Quantum- and Nano-Photonics from fundamental to device applications. Experts on various subfields of Quantum- and Nano-Photonics will be invited to give a talk. This seminar is open to anyone who is interested in this topic.
The information for the next talk is given below.
1. Speaker: Prof. Sangsik Kim (Texas Tech University, USA)
2. Title: Integrated Nanophotonics with Metamaterials, Microcomb, and Atomic Systems
3. Venue: Zoom webinar
4. Data/Time: Feb 2nd, 2021 2:30 PM
5. Zoom link to join the seminar:
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