COMMITTEE

Chairman

Prof. Enzo Di Fabrizio
KAUST, Saudi Arabia

Short biography: Enzo Di Fabrizio is a full professor at PSE Division of KAUST since March 2013. In Italy, he is a full professor of Physics (since March 2013 on leave of absence) (MIUR SSD FIS/01 http://cercauniversita.cineca.it/php5/docenti/cerca.php – website of Italian Ministry of University and Research) at the University Magna Graecia in Catanzaro (http://www.unicz.it/portale/index.php), where he taught courses on general physics, nanotechnology and biophotonics. Moreover, he is founder and director of BIONEM (Bio and Nano engineering for Medicine) laboratory (www.bionem.it).
Since 2007 visiting Professor at IUSS (University Institute of Advanced Study) in Pavia (http://www.iusspavia.it/).
Since July 1th 2009, he became director of Nanostructures Department of Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Genoa head quarter via Morego 30 (http://www.iit.it)

He is in the editorial board of different international scientific journal:
1. Journal of Optic A (http://iopscience.iop.org/1464-4258/page/Editorial%20Board).
2. Frontiers in Nanobiotechnology (www.frontiersin.org)
3. Review Editor in Condensed Matter Physics, part of the journal(s) Frontiers in Physics.

In 2011 he was appointed as a member of ANVUR -National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes- (http://www.anvur.org/?q=it/homepage)

  • Di Fabrizio has published more than 450 papers in international journals, H factor of 54,
    i-10 index=225 and a total number of citation more than 11000.
  • Contributed with chapters to 25 books

He is also the inventor of more than 10 international patents, two of them are registered at KAUST.

Research interests: Professor Di Fabrizio conducts an interdisciplinary activity between physics and biology that includes basic and applied research in nanotechnology. His main interests concern: design and nanofabrication of advanced plasmonic, semiconductor and magnetic devices and materials, optical tweezers based microscopy (applied to biophysics and nanomedicine), Raman spectroscopy for single molecules detection, design and fabrication of nano-devices dedicated to drug delivery, proteomics and single molecule detection, and biophotonic (including photonic
crystal and plasmonic-based devices).

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

The NANOP 2017 Scientific Committee is composed of experienced Professors and Doctors who are in charge of assessing the submitted papers based on the peer review method.

Prof. Teresa Monteiro

Physics Department and I3N, Aveiro University, Portugal

Prof. Youcef Ouerdane

Laboratoire Hubert Curien – UMR CNRS 5516, France

Dr. Alejandro Manjavacas

University of New Mexico, USA

Dr. Vlad Stolojan

University of Surrey, UK

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Prof Alberto Bramati

Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, UPMC, France

Dr Jerome Wenger

Aix Marseille university, France

Giuseppe Leo

Prof Giuseppe Leo

Paris Diderot University, France

Dr Humeyra Caglayan

Tampere University of Technology, Finland

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Dr Urcan Guler

Purdue University, USA

Prof. Jérôme Plain

University of Technology of Troyes, France

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Dr Charles Cornet

FOTON Laboratory, INSA Rennes, France

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Dr Andreas Tittl

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

Dr. Enrico Da Como

University of Bath, UK

Prof. Anton Kuzyk

Aalto University, Finland

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Dr. Annamaria Gerardino

National Research Council (CNR), Italy

Dr Taiichi Otsuji

RIEC, Tohoku University, Japan

Dr. Jaroslav Hamrle

Institute of Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

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Dr. K.V. Adarsh

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal, India

Prof. Nicolas Bonod

CNRS, Aix Marseille Univ, Centrale Marseille, Institut Fresnel, France

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Dr Yannick De Wilde 

Institut Langevin – CNRS, France

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Prof Marco Cannas

University of Palermo, Italy

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Dr Fabrice Charra

Université Paris Saclay, France

Prof. Anna Vinattieri

University of Florence, Italy

 

Marco Felici

Dr. Marco Felici

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Prof. Delphine Marris-Morini

University of Paris Sud, France

Gaddam-Vijaya-Prakash

Prof. G. Vijaya Prakash

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Pavel Zemanek

Prof. Pavel Zemanek

The Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Dr Safi Jradi

Université de technologie de Troyes, France

Dr. Vladimir Liberman

MIT Lincoln Lab, USA

Dr Braive Rémy

C2N-CNRS, France

Dr. Fabrice P. Laussy

University of Wolverhampton, UK

Dr. Nikitas Papasimakis

University of Southampton, UK

Prof. Annamaria Cucinotta

University of Parma, Italy

Dr. Doo Jae Park

Hallym University, South Korea

Ferruccio Pisanello

Dr Ferruccio Pisanello

Italian Institute of Technology, Italy

Prof. Peter O’Donnell

University of Strathclyde, UK

Prof. Hamza Kurt

TOBB University, Turkey

Dr Ilya Shadrivov

Australian National University, Australia

Dr. Andrey B. Evlyukhin

Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Germany

Prof. Martina Gerken

Kiel University, Germany

Dr. Ryan Beams

National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

Prof. Min Qiu

Zhejiang University, China

Prof. Munseok Jeong

Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Dr Arnaud Arbouet

CEMES-CNRS, France

Dr. Vincenzo Giannini

Imperial College London, UK

Prof. Stefania Castelletto

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia

Prof. Mohammad Alsunaidi

Marmara University, Turkey

Prof Jean-Francois Roch

ENS Paris-Saclay, France

Prof. Jalil Ali

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Dr. Jussi Toppari

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Dr. Takaaki Mano

NIMS, Japan

Dr. Alex Rozhin

Aston University, UK

Prof. Dominique Mailly

CNRS C2N, France

Dr. Luiz Gustavo Cançado

Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

Dr. Isabelle Berbezier

Cnrs, Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences De Provence, France

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