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WELCOME TO JERUSALEM

It is our great pleasure to invite you to take part in The 7th International Conference on Surface Plasmon Photonics (SPP7), to be held on May 31- June 5, 2015, at the Ramada Hotel, Jerusalem, Israel.

This independent series of biennial conferences is widely regarded as the premier series in the field.  Following the previous conferences, SPP7 will bring together hundreds of plasmonics experts from around the globe, to share their latest results and set the agenda for future developments in the field.

The conference will cover both fundamental aspects as well as applications, to be presented by invited internationally renowned scientists, together with oral and poster contributions. 
  
Jerusalem - home to the three major monotheistic religions - Judaism, Christianity and Islam, is a city rich in history and culture dating back over three thousand years and offers a vibrant blend of ancient and contemporary life.

We encourage you to take this opportunity and benefit from an exciting conference, an attractive social program and a visit to the unique and fascinating sites in Jerusalem and in Israel. 

We look forward  to welcoming  you in Jerusalem in 2015.

Uriel Levy
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Conference Chair

IMPORTANT DATES


Application to Host SPP8 
May 31, 2015
For details click here

SPP7 Conference
May 31 - June 5, 2015
  • POSTER AWARDS

    Best Poster Awards will be presented during the Closing Session of the Conference. 

  • PROGRAM
    DETAILED PROGRAM CLICK HERE

    POSTER SESSIONS CLICK HERE
     
    DETAILED TIMETABLE CLICK HERE
     
    The program covers both fundamental aspects as well as applications, and consists of invited and contributed talks, and poster sessions. It is organized in the form of two parallel sessions with opening and closing plenary sessions. 
  • TOPICS
    1.  Biosensors for Health Care
    2.  Devices for Telecommunications
    3.  Electron-Plasmon Interactions
    4.  Light Concentration for Solar Energy
    5.  Loss Compensation and Plasmon Lasing
    6.  Near-Field Instrumentation
    7.  Nonlocality
    8.  Novel Plasmonic Materials
    9. Quantum Effects