Last News! Due to conflicting days with another conference, the organisers postponed Nanometa to March 28-31,2022. An email will soon be sent to all contributors to request confirmation of their presentation during these new dates. 
Dear Participants, Members of the Programme Committee and Supporters of NanoMeta2022,

it is with utmost regret that we have to announce the postponement of NanoMeta 2022.
We aim at having a cutting-edge in-person meeting, where people can share and discuss their latest results.
Unfortunately, the high Covid numbers in Austria and Germany and the appearance of the Omicron variant interfered with our plans. Many countries do not allow travel abroad anymore, and we cannot be certain that Seefeld will be open again for larger events in the first week of January.

As you all need to go ahead and book or cancel, we decided to postpone NanoMeta 2022 to March 28-31, 2022 in Seefeld, Austria.

We have received all your contributions and already scheduled the program. Please find the schedule enclosed. View preliminary Authors’ Index (20 December 2021)

We believe that postponing and holding the meeting a few months later in the year will still give us the live and
in-person experience with vivid discussions that we all treasure so much for the conference.

We hope that you will bear with us, given the current force majeure , and that you will be able to make it also in end of March 2022. Please make sure to adjust your travel/hotel reservation accordingly.

The corresponding authors will shortly receive acceptance/scheduling letters for their papers and a request to confirm their attendance of the postponed Nanometa meeting.

Sincerely yours,
Nikolay Zheludev and Harald Giessen, NanoMeta co-Chairs
Patricia Helfenstein, European Physical Society


NANOMETA aims to bring together the international Nanotechnology, Photonics and Materials research communities where most recent and challenging results and plans are discussed in the informal setting on a glorious mountaineering resort. The technical programme will include invited and selected contributed papers in the areas of:

  • low dimensional photonic materials and phenomena
  • plasmonics and metamaterials, quantum nanophotonics
  • topological light and matter
  • artificial intelligence and nanophotonics
  • advanced nanophotonic applications.

The conference will be organised in two oral parallel sessions (Nanophotonics and Metamaterials) and will feature joint plenary, tutorial and post-deadline sessions to take place from Thursday 6 January (all day) to Sunday 9 January 2022 (all day). The conference timetable will be arranged in a way that permits mid-day breaks for recreational activities and informal contact between participants.

Nanometa 2022 will present plenary and breakthrough talks. The conference will also feature a number of invited talks devoted to recent important advances in nanophotonics and metamaterials science.

Nikolay I. Zheludev, University of Southampton and NTU Singapore
Harald Giessen, University of Stuttgart
Nanometa 2022 co-chairs


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