Hyderabad — Mahindra University in a bid to bring together experts from India and the rest of the world to discuss the latest advancements in the fields of photonics and metamaterials is set to host the Indo-French Conference on Frontiers in Photonics and Metamaterials (IFCFPM) from April 20-22. The conference is being jointly organised by Mahindra University – Ecole Centrale School of Engineering (India) and Ecole centrale group of institutions (France).
The IFCFPM2023 promises to offer a dynamic platform for attendees to engage with leading experts in the field, present their own research, and cultivate new collaborative relationships. For students, the conference presents a valuable occasion to network with potential employers or collaborators, uncover fresh research paths, and gain invaluable exposure to the latest trends and career prospects.
This conference will bring together global experts and researchers from abroad and India to highlight the state-of-the-art and emerging challenges in optics, terahertz photonics, Biophotonics, and other optics-related fields.
Subject matter experts like Prof. David Payen, ORC Southampton University, Prof. Walter Belardi, Université de Lille, France, Prof. Miguel Alonso, Marseille University, France, Prof. Vengu Lakshminarayan, University of Waterloo, Canada Prof. Achanta Gopal, Director NPL New Delhi, India, Prof. G Ravindra Kumar, TIFR Mumbai, India, Prof. Nikolay Zheludev, Southampton University & NTU Singapore, and many other eminent speakers from around the world are expected to deliver lectures during the programme.