Imperial College Optics Society (ICOS), a no-profit postgraduate student-driven group supported by OSA, SPIE and the Centre for Plasmonics and Metamaterials in Imperial College London organises optics-centered activities for professional development aimed at graduate students and young researchers across the optical sciences at Imperial and other London universities.
This year, ICOS is launching LOMS (London Optics Masterclass Series) a series of 10 teaching-focused masterclasses by leading researchers in theoretical and experimental optics, which will run during most of 2019. Their aim is to provide graduate students and early-stage researchers across London universities with tools and techniques rooted in cutting edge research, often not yet available on textbooks, in order to spread their use.
The first masterclass, given by guest speaker Prof. Paolo Biagioni from Milan, will be onSuperchirality, and it will take place on Friday 25th January 2019 at 3pm in room B539 of the Blackett Laboratory.
Future masterclasses will follow every 2 weeks, with alternating theoretical and experimental speakers. The next session will be given by Dr. Sebastien Guenneau on Transformation Optics.
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