Congratulations to our Science Camp poster winners…
The 4th Complex Nanophotonics Science Camp – sciencecamp.eu – recently took place in Windsor. The aim of the camp was to bring together a number of early-career scientists, science writers and editors within an informal atmosphere of contributed and invited talks, seminars and debates covering the latest research in nanophotonics.
Elliot Scientific was one of the supporters of the camp, enabling researchers in interconnected disciplines such as biophotonics, plasmonics, bio-sensing, optical imaging, and quantum nanophotonics to meet and mingle, expand their knowledge, break with convention, engage their creativity and foster critical thinking.
Prizes were awarded at the end of the camp for the best talks, and Elliot Scientific sponsored two prizes – one for the best poster, and one for the runner-up.
So congratulations go to Volgia Valentina Vogler-Neuling (ETH Zürich, Switzerland), for winning best poster on Large-area 3D nonlinear woodpile photonic crystal with barium titanate nanoparticles, and Runner-up was Matthew Delaney (University of Southampton) for his poster on Integration of chalcogenide materials with photonics for reconfigurable control of light.
Both winners were presented their certificates by Dr Georgio Volpe from UCL’s Department of Chemistry.