» Superoscillations - Theoretical Aspects and Applications Symposium

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Symposium Information

Superoscillations were identified independently by Sir Michael Berry and Yakir Aharonov in very different contexts, but in the last several years the communities of mathematicians and physicists have taken increased interest in this phenomenon, both because of its interesting mathematical characteristics, and because of its many potential applications. This symposium is intended not only to present the state of the art on (theoretical and applied) research on superoscillations, but also to look at the future of this field.

The symposium will open the morning of June 15th, with a keynote address presented by Yakir Aharonov, and the rest of the day dedicated mostly to the mathematical theory of superoscillations. On June 16th, we will open with a keynote address presented by Sir Michael Berry, followed by presentations mostly dedicated to the applications of superoscillations.

The symposium will end the evening of the 16th, with a brainstorming session on the future of superoscillation theory.


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+ - Draft Schedule & Abstracts

Day 1

9-9:15 AM - Official Conference Opening.

9:15-10 AM - Yakir Aharonov - Abstract

10-10:30 AM - Andrew Jordan - Abstract

10:30-11 AM - Daniel Alpay - Abstract

11-11:30 AM - Coffee Break

11:30-12 PM - Alain Yger - Abstract

12-12:30 PM - Fabrizio Colombo - Abstract

12:30-3:30 PM - Lunch at the Restaurant on the Sea.

3:30-4 PM - Ahmed Sebbar - Abstract

4-4:30 PM - Justin Dressel - Abstract

4:30-5 PM - Mordecai "Cai" Waegell - Abstract

5-5:30 PM - Jussi Behrndt - Abstract

7 PM - Welcome cocktail reception.

Day 2

9-9:45 AM - Sir Michael Berry - Abstract

9:45-10:30 AM - Nikolay Zheludev

10:30-11:15 AM - Federico Capasso

11:15-11:45 AM - Coffee Break

11:45-12:15 PM - Masud Mansuripur - Abstract

12:15-3:30 PM - Lunch at the Restaurant on the Sea.

3:30-4 PM - Nader Engheta - Abstract

4-4:30 PM - Achim Kempf - Abstract

4:30-5 PM - Giuseppe Strangi - Abstract

5-5:30 PM - Sandu Popescu

5:30-6:30 PM - Final brainstorm meeting and conference conclusion.

7:30 PM - Social dinner on the pool.

+ - Organizing Committee

Fabrizio Colombo

Irene Sabadini

Giuseppe Strangi

Daniele Struppa

Jeff Tollaksen

Cristian Bourgeois - Local Organizing Committee Chair

+ - Venue & Hotel Accommodations

Exterior of Grand Hotel San Michele

The symposium will be held at the Grand Hotel San Michele in Cetraro (CS), Italy.

The best way to get to Cetraro from the United States is by airplane to Rome, and then, either:

  • Rent a car and drive south for 6 hours.
  • Take the train from Fiumicino Airport (Rome Airport) to Stazione Termini, and then take the train to Paola.
  • Take a plane from Rome Airport to Lametia Terme Airport (code SUF).

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