International Conference and Workshop
on Electromagnetics of Complex Media
Department of Mathematics - University of Glasgow,
Glasgow, Scotland, 5-7 June 1997
CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT
Bianisotropics'97 is devoted to any
aspect of electromagnetics relating to complex media.
The scope of the meeting encompasses a broad spectrum from
fundamental theoretical work to technological applications
for novel devices from the microwave to the optical regimes.
Key areas of research will be emphasized through the following
- Arnold J M (Glasgow) Nonlinear Electromagnetics And Complex Media
- Barron L D (Glasgow) Fundamental Symmetry Aspects Of Chirality
- Busse G and Jacob A (Braunschweig) Measurement Techniques
For Characterizing Handed Microwave Media
- Cloete J H (Stellenbosch) The Status Of Experimental
Research On Chiral Composites
- Kristensson G (Lund) Time--Domain Methods For Complex Media
- Lakhtakia A (State College) Sculptured Thin Films
- Lindell I V (Helsinki) Image Theory Of Complex Media
- Maksimenko S and Slepyan G Y (Minsk) Pulse Propagation
In Linear And Nonlinear Chiral Media
- Vinogradov A P (Moscow) Homogenization Theories Of The Maxwell
Inhomogeneous Media (Review Of Russian Works)
In addition to the 9 invited talks,
33 regular oral presentations are scheduled,
together with a poster session comprising 27
a round--table discussion. The program
which focusses on a variety
of research concerned with theory and applications of
will be spread
over two and a half days.
60 scientists representating institutions from 23 countries
have confirmed their participation.
Registration will commence at 8.30 on Thursday 5 June,
followed by the Opening at 9.00;
the event will close at 13.00 on Saturday 7 June.
Location: Lecture Room E (room 611) and Seminar Room 609/10,
Boyd Orr Building, University Avenue, University of Glasgow.
The Social Program features a Civic Reception
at Glasgow City
Chambers on Thursday 5 June and the official Conference Dinner on
Friday 6 June.
Please address all correspondence and inquiries to the conference
and workshop organizer (email should be used for all correspondence
Dr Werner S Weiglhofer
- Tel: (+44) 141 330 4124 (direct line)
- Tel: (+44) 141 330 5176 (Secretary)
- Fax: (+44) 141 330 4111
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